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Emotional Intelligence: Is EQ the X-factor that makes successful leaders in the workplace?
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Emotional Intelligence: Is EQ the X-factor that makes successful leaders in the workplace?

Ancient psychologies and wisdom in India explored mindfulness to shape our minds, and not just to be passive victims of circumstance.

Math whiz Agnijo Banerjee talks about his new book, working with mentor David Darling
Life

Math whiz Agnijo Banerjee talks about his new book, working with mentor David Darling

Agnijo Banerjee, who has an IQ of 162, has written a book with his mentor David Darling, which explains complex mathematical concepts in a simple language

Kautilya Pandit, also known as 'Google Boy' meets Super 30 founder Anand Kumar
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Kautilya Pandit, also known as 'Google Boy' meets Super 30 founder Anand Kumar

Kautilya Pandit, the 9-year old who shot to fame after appearing in KBC and impressing Actor Amitabh Bachchan in 2013 visited Super 30 founder Anand Kumar.

Early marijuana use may cause abnormal brain function, lower IQ: Study
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Early marijuana use may cause abnormal brain function, lower IQ: Study

Early use of marijuana — the most commonly used illegal substance in the world - may cause abnormal brain function and lower IQ, a new study has warned.

The smarter you are, the longer you live, says study
Life

The smarter you are, the longer you live, says study

eyond making smarter choices in life, intelligent people also live longer because they have biology working in their favour, according to a new study.

Hooked to pot before age 18? You may hamper intelligence
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Hooked to pot before age 18? You may hamper intelligence

Researchers from Britain and the United States found that persistent and dependent use of cannabis before the age of 18 may have a so-called neurotoxic effect, but heavy pot use after 18 appears to be less damaging to the brain.

Intelligent women 'more likely to take illegal drugs': Study
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Intelligent women 'more likely to take illegal drugs': Study

Intelligent women, according to researchers, think they are more open to new experiences and they don't believe it's risky trying drugs once or twice.