To empower people to take the reins of their life in their own hands, ICC Advanced Toastmasters Club’s Ignite Possibility programme recently saw its 6th segment with a lecture by Sukhdeepak Malvai, renowned transformational trainer and coach.
He is a biker at heart. His motorcycle is a kind of his soulmate. He not only enjoys the soothing effects of riding a bike but also customises his two-wheeler to make it look unique and special.
“We are very fortunate to live in the age of advanced technologies. With the help of modern equipment, we can look deep into the sky and see different objects that could not be seen even by emperors and kings in the past.”
Having good expectations of Allah, The Exalted, is a great act of worship that a believer should fill his heart with in all his states and throughout his life.
World Braille Day, celebrated since 2019, is observed on January 4 every year to raise awareness about the importance of Braille as a means of communication in the full realisation of the human rights for blind and partially sighted people.
How many times have you missed an important meeting just because you have forgotten? How many times have you missed a special occasion because it slipped your mind? How many times didn’t you wish someone a happy birthday or a happy anniversary because you didn’t remember?
Winter isn’t usually the easiest season for any- body struggling with their mental health. Even those who breeze through the rest of the year can find their general mood lagging around this time, with increased stress levels, anxiety and even depression.
Aaesha Fathima Basheer, Grade-IV student of MES Indian School, earned a silver medal for securing the second position in Harangue (Declamation) in the Math?phi