This is what i just shared my thought in my previous blog.. which came in a reality..


Jai Hind.



Hate Exercise? How Talk Therapy May Help

If you hate to exercise, you may benefit from a type of talk therapy that helps people accept negative feelings and uncomfortable sensations.

Several recent studies suggest that this therapy, called acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), can boost people’s physical activity levels and improve fitness in those who previously didn’t exercise at all.

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Toys Like Me: Why Diversity in Barbie Dolls and Legos Matters

Mattel Barbie Body Types
Today, Barbie announced the expansion of its Fashionistas doll line to include three body types – tall, curvy and petite – and a variety of skin tones, hair styles and outfits. With these additions, girls everywhere will have infinitely more ways to play out their stories and spark their imaginations through Barbie. (PRNewsFoto/Mattel)

Playtime could broaden kids’ perspectives and ideas of what is “good” when it comes to body image, as new, diverse toys come onto the market, sociologists say.

Last week, Mattel announced a new line for its iconic Barbie that includes dolls with tall, curvy and petite body types. These dolls have seven skin tones, 22 eye colors and 24 hairstyles, Mattel said in a news announcement.

Meanwhile, Lego plans to sell a minifigure in a wheelchair in its “Fun in the Park” building set this June, Lego spokesman Michael McNally said.

Dutch Police Deploy Drone-Disabling Birds of Prey

For law enforcement officers around the world, partnering with animals is a time-honored tradition. Mounted police do their duty on horseback — and, in some countries, camelback. Specially trained dogs serve and protect by sniffing out drugs and explosives. But in the Netherlands, police officers are inaugurating a new species of animal partner — eagles — to take down illegal aerial drones.

Google Self-Driving Car at Fault for Bus Crash

One of Google’s self-driving cars crashed into a bus last month, marking the first time a vehicle in the company’s robotic fleet caused a collision, according to an accident report filed to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

The report says the crash took place on Feb. 14 in Mountain View, California, between Google’s self-driving Lexus RX450h and a public transit bus. The collision occurred after Google’s autonomous vehicle (AV) came to a stop and tried to maneuver around sandbags that had been positioned around a storm drain, according to the accident report.

The robotic vehicle was traveling at less than 2 mph (3.2 km/h) and the bus was traveling at about 15 mph (24 km/h) at the time of the crash, according to the report. There were no reported injuries, but the robotic Lexus RX450h sustained damage to the left front fender, left front wheel and one of the sensors on the driver’s side, the report said.