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December reads on history, mythology and spirituality

Here's what's on our bookshelf for the December of 2020:

Stuart Broad reveals ‘anger’ at England Test axe

Broad was in England's 13-man squad for the series opener, the first major international cricket since the coronavirus lockdown.

Boris Johnson says will not ignore anger over racial injustice

"I will not support those who flout the rules on social distancing," he said.

Netizens rage over killing of Kenya’s rare white giraffes

Northern Rangelands Trust (@NRT_Kenya) shared the news of killing of white girraffes on their Twitter handle along with a release

List of common tactics used by hackers to steal data

Two basic types of Social Engineering Tactics are phone and digital

Shivraj Singh Chouhan demands death for rapists

The former chief minister used the hashtag "#DeathForRapists" at the end of the post related to the death of Unnao victim

Worrisome that people have lost faith in justice system: Kejriwal

All the four accused in the rape-and-murder case of a 25-year-old woman Hyderabad veterinarian last month were killed in an exchange of fire with police on Friday morning

Anger spills out on streets of Telangana

Large number of people, especially women and girls, take out rallies in the two Telugu States to protest the ghastly incident

Echoing the ethos of dominant civilisations

An autobiographical travelogue, Dream Beyond Shadows by Kartikeya Ladha shows how sensitive and appreciative the book is to the natural world

Emotional health crucial for happiness

Good thoughts and speaking out will keep you stable over time

How to cope with the difficult individuals

Dealing with a passive aggressive person is a tricky business

Researchers identify 27 distinct states of emotion

A new study challenges a long-held assumption in psychology that most human emotions fall within the universal categories of happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, fear...

Frequent incidents of violence at ATMs, banks

A State Bank of India (SBI) branch was on Tuesday vandalised in Varanasi, the Prime Minister's parliamentary constituency, with account holders angry that the bank closed its doors.

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