Career Guidance Portal Now Live For J&K Students

The portal was e-launched by Principal Secretary School Education, Dr. Asgar Samoon SRINAGAR- Department of School Education launched Career Guidance Portal for the students of Jammu & Kashmir on Saturday. The portal was e-launched by Principal Secretary School Education, Dr. Asgar Samoon, during a Joint Review meeting here at Directorate of School Education Kashmir. It is a structured and well programmed portal developed to help students in choosing a right career after completing their secondary or higher secondary education. Dr. Samoon, after  the e-launch, revealed that  the initiative is first…

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What is Covid–19?

Coronaviruses (Cov) consist of a handful of viruses that can be transmitted between animals and people. These illness range from the common cold to more severe diseases such as the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS-Cov) and the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-Cov). A new strain of coronavirus that has not been previously identified in humans is the novel coronavirus or the COVID-19. COVID-19 infection can cause mild to severe disease and can be fatal in some people. Common symptoms in infected cases include fever, sore throat, coughing, suffering from short…

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Shoaib Akhtar’s career would have ended early if Jagmohan Dalmiya had not helped: former PCB chief

A former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has revealed that had it not been for the help extended by the late ICC chief Jagmohan Dalmiya, fast bowler Shoiab Akhtar’s career would have ended in 2000-01. In 1999, the International Cricket Council had told the PCB that speed merchant Akhtar’s bowling action was under scrutiny. Former BCCI chief Damiya, one of India’s biggest cricket administrators, served as the ICC’s president from 1997 to 2000. “Jagmohan, who had been president of the ICC and was an influential voice, supported us…

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Antarctic Regions Body

The Arctic and Antarctic Regions — are special areas in climate, geographical position and concentration of natural resources. This areas — are valuable source of scientific data about the past of our world. They help looks into to comprehend how global climate changes and make precise projections for future. Not long ago scientists used ground vehicles and satellite images for their research. For a very long time drones were not suitable to be used in the Arctic because the freezing cold harmed electronic devices and gale-force wind knocked over the…

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Design 101: How To Get The “Minimalist-Maximalist” Look

Many home owners find the appeal of minimalist design too sterile for a full-time living space, but also feel maximalist options tend to include such a wide assortment of pieces that impact is lost in the clutter. While both styles also have their points of appeal, it’s clear that many people do not want the empty, open spaces minimalist approaches build any more than the sense of a completely filled room that critics of maximalist design often call attention to as a source of claustrophobia. That leads to the new…

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How Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Donating to Fight the Coronavirus Pandemic

Fashion and beauty brands are the latest to launch initiatives to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Indie and established names are making donations or raising funds for various organizations that are fighting the impact of COVID-19 on local and national communities. Several brands, including beauty brands Farmacy and Grande Cosmetics, as well as contemporary fashion label Everlane, are donating to Feeding America, the nationwide network of food banks that is providing meals to children and low-income individuals. Celebrity-founded brands are also launching giveback initiatives. Kim Kardashian West’s Skims shapewear brand is donating 20 percent of sales from its cotton collection…

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What Should We Know About the President’s Health?

VAL LAWLESS / SHUTTERSTOCK / ARSH RAZIUDDIN / THE ATLANTIC Regardless of who wins the Democratic primary, the 2020 presidential election will feature two septuagenarian candidates, either of whom, if elected, would be the oldest person ever sworn in to office. It’s hardly surprising, then, that voters want more information about the candidates’ health, especially as the coronavirus rips across the country and presents an outsize threat to older people and those with preexisting conditions. Bernie Sanders recently suffered a heart attack. Joe Biden’s meandering statements have raised concerns about whether…

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Franklin Regional bowlers win regional title in dramatic fashion

Alex Smith’s 10th-frame strikes led Franklin Regional to a WPIBL Western Regional Championship. Tears formed at the corners of Alex Smith’s eyes. A typically stoic bowler, he was overcome with emotion as he readied himself for one of the biggest throws in his career. “Honestly, there’s usually nothing going through my mind in those moments other than I know what I need to do because I need to make my team proud,” Smith, a Robert Morris commit, said. “I just needed to do my part.” Franklin Regional’s anchor could all-but…

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Developer Who’s Visually Impaired Finds Career Rebirth Using Oracle APEX

Vladimir Goncharov wasn’t born blind, but he’s been losing his eyesight progressively since early childhood. As an adult, his developer career has involved learning new workarounds to stay ahead of his failing sight due to retinitis pigmentosa—like using bold type, then white-on-black type, then big monitors, and finally screen readers. Developer Vladimir Goncharov says that working in Oracle APEX brought such renewed energy to his career that he calls it his “second birth.” ORACLE Trained as a developer, he became an Oracle database administrator because it involved more thinking and…

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As Coronavirus Lockdowns Hit Supply Chains, Luxury Fashion Is Not Immune

Topline: Luxury retailers have been hit by a double-whammy of falling demand from Chinese buyers, and lockdowns across major manufacturing regions in Italy that have now spread nationwide. Suppliers of textiles and leather goods told Reuters that demand had been slashed from the likes of Gucci, Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo. “We were producing 880 to 1,000 bags a month for Gucci. In February we made 450 and we have no orders for March,” one owner of a supplier to the Kering-owned luxury brand told Reuters. Italy has the largest cluster of Covid-19 cases outside…

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