16. He also appeared as a supporting actor in the box office hit Life in a...Metro by Anurag Basu. He won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for the film. His chemistry with actress Konkana Sen Sharma was praised. He also received the same award for his supporting role for the movie The Namesake, directed by Mira Nair and an adaptation of Jhumpa Lahiri's book of the same name. … [Read more...] about Irrfan Khan Passes Away: Interesting Facts About India’s Most Versatile Actor
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11. He Breadcrumbs On You Those who don't know, breadcrumbing is a scenario where a person behaves in a weird way. He/she will show interest in you and will then make you feel left out. The person will talk to you only when he/she feels like and then he/she will ignore you until there's an urge to talk again. If your guys do the same to you and always give mixed signals such as sending you a sweet text and then giving you a cold shoulder, then you need to be alert. He may not be interested in you and would be playing with your feelings. … [Read more...] about Heartbreak Alert! 11 Signs He Is Pretending To Be Interested In You
Another key misconception identified in our study was on the level of brain injury a concussion is thought to represent. Very few athletes and coaches correctly understood that a concussion represents a mild traumatic injury. Interestingly, those athletes who believed a concussion represents a severe brain injury reported engaging in more sparring sessions per week and fewer indicated they had suffered a concussion in the past year relative to those who understood the actual level of severity a concussion represents. This finding introduces how education on even basic concepts may help, as the understanding of this general idea led to safer behaviour and likely a more realistic perception of concussion occurrence. Therefore, big changes appear to be achievable through small steps. … [Read more...] about The Vicious Cycle of Concussion Ignorance in Combat Sports
Techniques, tactics, and technologies in subject control and self-defense baffle the world of police officers well before they baffle the general public—especially when definitive guidelines and application principles are not given or understood. For example, many control techniques lead to pain responses if executed with subject resistance. Continuing or exceeding this use of control beyond compliance becomes problematic from a legal standpoint. That is, once applied, has the subject now become a threat? Are they belligerent? Pepper sprays conducted energy weapons (taser), and batons, which are functional and reasonable, do not control individuals but subdue them and incapacitate them to the point that physical control (hands-on) can be established. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
Some have piecemeal programs that are much disliked by teachers and students alike. Many of these programs were hastily put together, lack engaging content, require little of students, and are not challenging. Beyond the poor quality of most online learning programs, teachers lack experience in using them. Online teaching requires special skills and talents, including an understanding of how to use the technology, learning how to manage a classroom online, supplementing courses with engaging video and visuals, and developing strategies for doing group projects that help to keep kids engaged and learning. … [Read more...] about Will Distance Learning Produce a Coronavirus Virus Slump?