Lessons from Dog

Discover 10 life lessons from dog, whether it’s a Husky, Labrador, Beagle, Doberman, Pit Bull, Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Shih Tzu, Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Rottweiler or other dog breeds. Dogs embody loyalty, playfulness, and wisdom often overlooked in the dog house. Let’s learn some life lessons from dogs:

1. Listen To Everything

Dogs are blessed with amazing power to listen. They can notice the dropping of a needle from a distance. Though they listen to everything, they react only to strange sounds.

Lesson: Listen carefully before reacting to anything. Also, react only when needed. This life advice can save you many unnecessary fuss and commotion.

2. Unconditional Love

Dogs’ love for their master is unconditional. They love their masters in every situation and condition. It is true love and respect they give to their masters.

Lesson: The emotional support animals give to their master teaches one thing. Humans should also support each other unconditionally. Your unconditional love to your family and friends will enhance your value.

3. Obedience


Dogs are loyal to their masters. They obey whatever their masters say. People like dogs because of the obedient nature of dogs. Lessons from pets tell us obedience is a jewel. 

Lesson: Obedience can increase your value for your elders at home and seniors at the office. It will make you reliable and an asset to your bosses.

4. Be Kind To Everyone

Dogs greet everyone at home. They wait eagerly for every family member to come home and welcome each member with their playful activities.

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Benefits of Drinking Coffee 

10 Surprising Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee: Let’s have a coffee! Every time you feel exhausted or need quick energy, you want to drink this beverage because of its stimulating effect on the body and mind. It contains caffeine that gives instant energy. However, it has a bitter taste and it is slightly acidic as well, people love drinking coffee. So, what coffee benefits make it popular? Also, how much coffee you should drink daily?

Here are some of the surprising benefits of drinking coffee

1. Instant Energy

Coffee has health and caffeine for the central nervous system that is responsible for fighting fatigue and increasing energy levels. When you drink coffee, it starts a chemical reaction in your brain. The receptors of a neurotransmitter called adenosine are blocked and others including dopamine are increased. It results in a quick boost of energy levels.

2. Boosts Mental Health

A recent coffee research has linked this hot beverage to mental health. It is suggested that drinking coffee could lower the risk of certain neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. A further study suggests drinking a moderate amount of coffee could lower the risk of cognitive decline and dementia.

3. Supports Heart Health

Daily coffee is good for your heart. There are different studies on how drinking coffee affects the heart. Some researchers found drinking three to five cups daily reduces the risk of heart problems by 15%. Another research suggests drinking three to four cups daily to lower the risk of stroke by 21%. However, people with hypertension need to control their caffeine intake as it can affect blood pressure levels.  

4. Anti-Depressant 

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Believe it or Not

History is taught in schools but you are taught what the government wants you to learn. The objective of learning history is to know the development of civilization, polity, economy, and science.

You learn about important civilizations, personalities, and dates. But no teacher will tell you about unbelievable facts. So, I decided to compile historical facts that you won’t believe were true.

Welcome to my class on weird history. After this class, you will find history to be stranger than fiction. But I don’t want to give you any lesson on history. My objective is to highlight the creative thinking of our forefathers.

1. Abraham Lincoln In The Wrestling Hall Of Fame

My first chapter on curious history is about the sixteenth president of the US, Abraham Lincoln. He was also a 6’4” tall wrestler. Also, like politics, he attained a great height in wrestling. Out of the 300 contests he participated in, he lost only one. This feat made him an elite fighter in New Salem, Illinois.

2. George Washington Opened A Distillery After Presidency

Strange but true that the first president of the US, George Washington started making whiskey after his presidency. Also, his distillery became the largest distillery by 1799. It was producing the highest over 11,000 gallons of uncaged whiskey at that time. 

3. Dance Epidemic Of 1518

The next in the line of historical oddities is the dance epidemic. In 1518, the people of Strasbourg were gripped by a sudden and uncontrollable urge to dance. It was named “dancing plague” and it saw people dancing until they died of exhaustion or other complications.

4. Boston’s Deadly Molasses Flood 

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Google Doodle’s Dual Celebrations Today

Google Doodle’s Dual Celebrations

Google Doodle is celebrating Sweden’s National Day today. Every year on June 6 Sweden commemorates the Sveriges Nationaldag or National Day. In the pages of history, Sweden got its first king on 6 June 1523 when Gustav Eriksson Vasa took the country’s reins after a long-drawn struggle for independence from foreign rule. Today’s Google Doodle features Sweden’s national flag in blue and yellow colors waving to the world. The largest search engine wants the world to know about Sweden’s history and become a part of its celebrations.

When Did Sweden Recognize 6 June As National Day?

In 2004, Sweden declared 6 June as a public holiday to allow people to commemorate the victory of Sweden over a foreign rule. Since then this day has become a symbol of patriotism and pride for Swedish citizens. They celebrate this day with much zeal and fervor.

How Sweden Celebrates National Day?

The celebrations start with people visiting the royal family at the Skansen museum and offering flowers. Later in the day, they participate in a variety of activities planned by government agencies and social organizations. People keep visiting Skansen which is also the largest open-air museum in the world to pay their homage to the royal family. They join the Walking Orchestra and go to parks for picnics. Children offer flowers at Skansen and participate in activities such as drawing their flag. Also, people enjoy feasting on Swedish delicacies including cakes, seafood, and beverages. Picnicking has become a favorite activity on National Day.

Celebrating Jeanne Córdova

Google Doodle has another celebration lined up for today. It is the day to celebrate the work of Jeanne Córdova who was a leading Chicana lesbian activist, feminist, and renowned author. But she is better known for … Read more

7 Most Awaited TV Shows For June Release

Most Awaited TV Shows

TV has an upper hand over theaters this June with some of the most fascinating shows beginning in this month. So, grab your popcorn and keep cold drinks ready to sip while watching the following shows on TV. Believe us it is going to be more than exciting for you and your entire family.

The Acolyte

The first two episodes of the newest Star Wars franchise were dropped on Disney+ on June 4 and the remaining six episodes will be released weekly. The Disney+ subscribers can join the respected Jedi Master in the investigation of a series of crimes. The latest series promises more thrill and action.

House of the Dragon

The wait for the release of the second series of House of the Dragon for HBO subscribers will be over on June 16. The second series will consist of 8 episodes and they are expected to be as thrilling as the first series which one nine Emmy Award nominations. Considering the earlier episodes, you can expect more in the latest series.


Netflix has brought a new drama series for its subscribers and this series is going to be exciting in many ways. The story revolves around a group of people in South London. They unexpectedly develop superpowers and the only thing connecting them is their color. They are all Black. See how their daily life is affected by superpowers.

The Bear

The third season of the award-winning comedy-drama series The Bear will begin on June 27 on FX on Hulu. Also, the producers have announced the fourth season of the series soon after the third season. So, you have back-to-back entertainment this June. The earlier two series have already earned critical acclaim for writing, acting, and direction.

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Vivo X Fold 3 Pro With Carbon Fiber Hinge

Vivo X Fold 3 Pro With Carbon Fiber Hinge

Vivo Fold 3 Pro is all set for India launch on June 6 confirmed Vivo on X through its official handle. The announcement reads “Meet the Vivo X Fold 3 Pro. This is more than just another fold phone. This is India’s best fold ever. It’s slimmer, lighter, brighter, bigger, and more powerful than any other fold phone you’ve seen before. Stay tuned.” It comes with a carbon fiber hinge that the company claims can work up to 500,000 folds.

Vivo X Fold 3 Pro Price

Vivo X Fold 3 Pro will be available for sale on Vivo India’s online stores. Flipkart also has the rights to sell Vivo X Fold 3 Pro. The sale will commence on June 6 soon after the official release of the phone. The expected price of the phone could be 1.15 lakh.


It features a 6.53-inch AMOLED cover display with 1172 x 2748 pixels resolution and an 8.03-inch LTPO AMOLED with 2200 x 2480 pixels resolution. Also, it comes with Dolby Vision and HDR10+ support. It has a refresh rate of 120Hz and peak brightness is 4,500 nits.


Vivo X Fold 3 packs the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset that is based on a 4nm process. Paired with an Adreno 750 GPU, this chipset is capable of handling all the graphic-intensive tasks. According to early predictions, the phone could come with up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and up to 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage.


Vivo X Fold 3 offers a unique triple camera setup including a 50MP ultra-sensing primary camera with OIS, a 64MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, and a 50MP ultra-wide lens. A 32MP front camera is also provided for taking selfies, recording videos, and … Read more

Skin Habits

Most skin problems arise due to poor diet and bad skincare habits. If you aren’t eating a healthy diet, you are weakening your skin from the inside. Similarly, hiding skin problems, using DIY methods, and not seeing a dermatologist on time can escalate the problems. For example, if you need a concealer all the time, you aren’t following a suitable skincare routine.

Here’re the poor skincare habits that are doing more harm to your skin than good

Over-scrubbing your skin

Facial scrub is necessary to exfoliate and cleanse your face. It removes dead skin cells to unveil the healthy skin underneath the flaky skin cells. However using facial scrubs too often can result in flaky, dry, and sensitive skin. You will notice that your skin has become tight and shiny due to redness. Exfoliate your skin according to its condition like 5 times a week for oily skin and once a week for sensitive skin. Also, you should use only chemical-based facial scrubs that are safe for all skin types.

Relying solely on an anti-wrinkle cream

An anti-aging cream can do wonders for your skin but why wait for wrinkles and fine lines to appear on your face. If you moisturize your skin regularly, you can delay the appearance of aging signs. Also, you should avoid the sun as much as possible and always wear an SPF of at least 30 when going out in the sun. However, some dermatologists suggest applying a quality SPF even when aren’t going in the sun.

Drying your wet face with a towel

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T20 World Cup 2024: Latest Info On Match Schedules, Venues, And Live Streaming

T20 World Cup 2024

T20 World Cup 2024 will start on June 1 in the US and June 2 in India. The ninth edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will see 40 matches. Also, it is the first time in the history of the T20 World Cup that 20 teams will participate in the tournament. T20 World Cup began in 2007 and India was the first crowned champion of the tournament.

T20 World Cup 2024 League Stage

ICC has divided the 20 participating teams into four equal groups for the first stage of the tournament. Two teams from each group will qualify for the Super 8 or the second stage of the tournament. Here it is interesting to note that the Super 8 teams will be selected on their pre-determined overall ranking instead of their league positions. It will provide the teams an advantage of past performance.

League Stage Groups

Group A: India, Pakistan, Ireland, United States, Canada
Group B: Australia, England, Namibia, Oman, Scotland
Group C: Afghanistan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Uganda, West Indies
Group D: Bangladesh, Netherlands, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka

T20 World Cup Super 8

The qualifying teams will be split into two groups for the Super 8 single-round robin league that will see two teams from each group qualifying for the semi-finals.

Following is the Super 8 format according to pre-determined seedings of the participating teams

Group 1: India (A1); Australia (B2); New Zealand (C1); Sri Lanka (D2)
Group 2: Pakistan (A2); England (B1); West Indies (C2); South Africa (D1)

T20 World Cup Venues

United States

The US will host 16 matches in New York, Texas, and Florida. But all eyes will be on New York which will play 8 matches including India and Pakistan.

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Cyclone Remal To Make Landfill Today At Coastal Areas Of West Bengal 


The deep depression over the Bay of Bengal developed into a cyclone on Saturday triggering the India Meteorological Department to issue a stern warning for the coastal areas of West Bengal and northeastern states. Cyclone Remal as named by Oman will also make a landfill in the coastal region of Bangladesh. IMD in a special bulletin issued on Saturday said that the cyclone is expected to hit the coastal areas by Sunday midnight and bring extremely heavy rainfall to the affected areas for two days. Also, the IMD said the wind speed could be up to 135 kmph during the cyclonic activity.

Red Alert For Fishermen

The weather office has issued a red alert for fishermen. They are advised to stay safe from the sea which will remain rough and stormy during cyclonic activity. The sea could breach the limit of the astronomical tide during the cyclone leading to inundation of low-lying coastal areas predicted by the IMD. The good thing is that the authorities have taken cognizance of the alert and started preparations to rescue people to safe places.

Kolkata Suspends Operations

The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport has already suspended operation till the green signal from the Met Office that has predicted extremely rough weather conditions with heavy rainfall during its landfill. All 394 flights including domestic and international stand cancelled in the wake of the cyclonic activity.

NDRF Takes Charge

NDRF Inspector Zaheer Abbas confidently said that their team was fully prepared to handle the situation. He further said that their soldiers were well-equipped to handle every kind of disaster. They were ready for tree falling due to landfill and flood rescue in inundated areas. In northeastern states, Tripura is also closely monitoring the situation. The … Read more

National Science Day: A Celebration of Discovery and Innovation

What is it?

National Science Day is a day dedicated to celebrating the remarkable achievements of the scientific community and fostering a passion for science among the public. It is observed annually in India on February 28th.

Why We Celebrate

This specific date marks the anniversary of a momentous scientific discovery by Indian physicist Sir C. V. Raman. In 1928, on February 28th, he announced the discovery of the Raman effect, which revolutionized our understanding of light-matter interaction. This groundbreaking discovery earned him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930, making him the first Asian scientist to receive the prestigious award in any scientific field.


The National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC) proposed the idea of National Science Day to the Government of India in 1986. Recognizing the importance of science in national development and progress, the government officially declared February 28th as National Science Day in the same year. Since then, it has become an annual event celebrated throughout the country.

How to Celebrate

National Science Day is a vibrant occasion marked by various activities across schools, colleges, universities, and research institutions. Some common ways to celebrate include:

  • Science exhibitions: Showcasing scientific concepts, experiments, and inventions to ignite curiosity and inspire young minds.
  • Science quizzes and competitions: Providing students with challenging and engaging opportunities to test their scientific knowledge and understanding.
  • Lectures and seminars: Renowned scientists and experts sharing their knowledge and research findings with the public.
  • Science film screenings: Creating awareness and interest in scientific concepts through documentaries and educational films.
  • Visits to science museums and research laboratories: Offering the public a firsthand glimpse into the world of scientific research and discovery.

Special Top Quotes:

  • “Science is not only a collection of
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