Author: Rabbi It

 On Wednesday, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich played out a UEFA Champions League classic at Allianz Arena, with the visitors winning 3-2 to take a one-goal lead into the second leg next week. As Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Thomas Muller goals were not enough for the hosts, Kylian Mbappe was the hero with two goals and Marquinhos added another before being forced off injured. Owing to several absences on both sides, Mauricio Pochettino and Hansi Flick were forced to rearrange their starting XIs, but there was plenty of star power left on the field in Bavaria, and it took only…

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Vladimir Putin signs legislation authorizing him to serve two more terms as Russia’s president. MOSCOW, Russia — Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday that allows him to stay in power until 2036, formalising constitutional reforms approved in a referendum last year. Putin’s prior term limits were reset in the July 1 constitutional referendum, enabling him to run for president two more times. The reform was approved by the Kremlin-controlled legislature, and the related legislation, signed by Putin, was published on an official legal information portal on Monday. The 68-year-old Russian president, who has been in power for…

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The Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, is a standardized test that tests a person’s reasoning and analytical abilities in reading, writing, and mathematics. The exam is not subject-specific, and it does not necessitate specialised knowledge of a single college course.The test provides universities with a broad assessment of a student’s ability to perform the rigorous problem solving and critical thinking needed in graduate school. Most graduate school programes, with the exception of law school and medical school, include the GRE. The ratings are compared to the rest of a student’s graduate school application, which includes their college GPA, instructor reviews,…

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We’ve concentrated on the individual drivers of success for generations: ambition, hard work, creativity, and luck. However, in today’s drastically altered world, our ability to succeed is becoming increasingly dependent on how we interact with others. Adam Grant, an award-winning scholar and the highest-rated professor at Wharton, explores the unexpected forces that shape why certain people climb to the top of the performance ladder while others fall to the bottom in his book Give and Take. Give and Take has been praised by social scientists, market thinkers, and corporate leaders for opening up a new way of thinking about jobs,…

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The most complete collection of yoga asanas ever photographed, and the first-ever to categories an astonishing 2,100 yoga poses. This beautifully designed book is a must-have for yogis of all levels and every practice. 2100 people Asanas is a one-of-a-kind, painstakingly designed set of yoga poses and modifications. It’s also a beautiful work of art, highlighting the human form’s elegance and athleticism. Each photograph depicts a master yogi executing the pose flawlessly.

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Hundreds of thousands of foreign students study in the United Kingdom each year, maintaining the country’s high popularity. With a diverse population and a reputation for prestigious education, the United Kingdom is an obvious choice for international students. And what better place to learn English than the nation that invented it for students from all over the world? The UK offers a rich experience for foreign students with an outstanding higher-education system and hundreds of world-class universities. Our Research UK resource is designed to help international students learn more about studying in the UK. It includes sections on selecting the…

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The character and accomplishments of Napoleon Bonaparte have often split critics and commentators. Frank McLynn draws on the most recent scholarship in this persuasive biography to shed new light on this most paradoxical of men—as military leader, lover, and emperor. McLynn follows Napoleon’s incredible journey from his Corsican origins, through the years of the French Revolution and his military victories, to his coronation in 1804 and eventual defeat and imprisonment. Napoleon was both an existential hero and a plaything of Fate, a mathematician and a mystic, an intellectual giant and a spiritual pygmy, as McLynn beautifully reveals.       

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Minor 4.0-magnitude Earthquake in Los Angeles A slight earthquake shook the Los Angeles area early this morning.The epicentre was just east of the Los Angeles International Airport, near Century Boulevard on the south side of Hollywood Park, according to the US Geological Survey.It was also very deep, at 12 miles.  The quake struck at 4.44 a.m. local time on Monday. Light shaking was reported throughout the greater metropolitan area, according to the USGS, with no major damage forecast.Several foreshocks, the strongest of which was magnitude 3.3, preceded the quake, which was accompanied by a series of minor aftershocks.

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Gray’s Anatomy: The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice, 41e is the latest edition of a classic medical textbook that has been in continuous publication for over 150 years. Originally published in 1858 by Henry Gray and Henry Vandyke Carter, this text has become one of the most important resources for medical students and professionals around the world. The latest edition of Gray’s Anatomy is a comprehensive guide to the human body, covering everything from the basic structures of cells and tissues to the complex systems that keep us alive. It includes detailed descriptions and illustrations of the anatomy of every…

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The Fulbright Scholarship 2022 (Master’s and PhD) Program has been announced by the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan. The Program covers all costs associated with pursuing a graduate degree, including tuition, maintenance, insurance, and air travel. All candidates will be eligible to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE General) this year, and the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) requirement from last year has been eliminated. Application deadline for Fulbright Scholarship-2022: June 9, 2021.  The Fulbright Masters and PhD Program supports master’s and doctoral studies in the United States. Tuition, required textbooks, airfare, a living stipend, and health insurance are…

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