Tamil Nadu board SSLC June 2017 result declared, check it here

Tamil Nadu’s directorate of government examinations has declared the results of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC)or Class 10 board June 2017 examination. Steps to check Tamil Nadu Board SSLC June 2017 exam results: 1) Visit website of Tamil Nadu’s directorate of government examinations 2) Click on link for SSLC June 2017 – Provisional Mark Sheet for Candidates 3) Key in desired details on login page that opens (Registration number, Date of birth and captcha code) 4) Click on view result 5) Result will be displayed on the screen 6) Download result…

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Women and MBA: Is it right to kill your dream to start a business?

India has truly become a ‘startup nation’. Over the last few years, the country has seen tremendous growth towards creation of innovative new businesses, which has given rise to a new breed of young start-ups and entrepreneurs. However, despite this, opportunities for female entrepreneurs to establish themselves can be thin on the ground. Even with all of the advancements that women have made in the business world, there are still several challenges they can face when starting up businesses of their own, which hinder their development… Difficulty in raising funds…

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Fear of trees and rain? Yes, it exists!

We have heard about how people fear clowns and things like water and heights. But there are several offbeat phobias that may appear trivial to you, but which trigger deep anxiety… 1) Xanthophobia: Those who fear of the colour yellow are afraid of anything in that hue, including the sun and maybe your yellow umbrella. 2) Hylophobia: Greenery can also trigger deep fear in folks. It’s called Hylophobia. 3) Ombrophobia: This describes fear of rain and can make people want to stay indoors in the wet weather. 4) Nomophobia: We…

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Jharkhand Board Class 12 arts result declared at jac.nic.in, 71.95% pass, check it here

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) on Tuesday declared the result of the humanities stream of Class 12 board examination. The overall pass percentage is 71.95%. The pass percentage of boys is 69.19% and for girls it is 74.02%. Candidates can check their results on council’s official website jac.nic.in after they are uploaded on the website. Click on the link for Class 12 arts result and key in the required details (like roll code and roll number). The result will be displayed on the screen. This year, the exams between February…

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Does It Make Sense for Investors to Pay Carried Interest?

For years, I have resisted paying carried interest to accelerators as a way to invest in start-up companies because I have thought about the decision incorrectly. Recently, a couple of smarter investors than me set me straight by getting me to focus on what really matters — the math. Over the years I have resisted paying carry for two reasons, neither of which is very good. First, I get a lot of utility out of investing in startups. I like working with and talking to founders. If I put money…

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Mothers-To-Be Stop Stressing, It Might Put Child at Future Risk of Binge Eating

A large section of the world is grappling with the issue over-eating, which is becoming one of the major reasons of obesity among the masses today.People who overeat or have atendency to binge into food every now and then, more than an average man/woman would have a clinical disorder called binge eating disorder (BED). People with BED compulsively eat large amounts of food in a short amount of time and feel a sense of guilt or shame afterwards. And they do so often: at least once a week over a…

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Video technology in the A-League It is important VAR use is restricted to clearly wrong decisions

Skewing away from that basic rule will open up all sorts of problems, grey areas and furious debates over interpretation that football does not need. Amidst all the hysteria, particularly on social media, over the decision to award Jordy Buijs’ goal for Sydney FC against Perth Glory, fans need to distinguish two very different arguments. 1) Should we actually have the VAR at all in football? 2) Should Bobo have been adjudged to have interfered with Dino Djulbic in the A-League semi-final on Saturday night? If, as you suspect it…

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AI is so rampant it’s now impacting our sex lives Here’s how to stop it taking control

We’ve reached an inflection point with AI. It’s in the news we consume and the general cultural conversation, but there are also more tangible markers we can point to. In just two years Amazon’s Echo, and as a result Alexa, is in more than six per cent of American homes. By 2020, people will be making 200 billion voice searches every month. Or, if you prefer using the market as a bellwether, $5.4 billion (£4.2bn) was invested in AI startups in 2016 – a sum that doesn’t reflect the amount…

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Which Travel Search Site Is Best It Depends on Your Goals

In the beginning, you called an airline or travel agent when you wanted to book a trip. But if you’ve done any traveling at all within the last 15 years, you’ve probably come across a fare aggregator or metasearch site. Hundreds of perfectly legitimate ones exist; you’ve undoubtedly heard of Expedia, Priceline and Hotwire, to name three. Does it matter which site you use, or are they all basically the same? These online travel agencies, or O.T.A.s, and search sites scrape data from other sources, reorganize it and present it…

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Planning for Your Club’s Next Big Meet-Up: How to Make It Happen

For a lot of people, joining clubs is a great way to meet many like-minded individuals who can provide them with a sense of belongingness within an exclusive community. If you’re the leader of a successful club, you’re probably already aware of just how much a lot of your members look forward to meeting others within your community. That’s why meet-ups are a fantastic way to engage with your members and to have them forge stronger bonds among one another. How do you go about the business ofplanning for your…

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