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سبحان الله والحمد لله ولا إله إلا الله والله أكبر ولا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله العلي العظيم , വായനയുടെ ലോകത്തേക്ക് സ്വാഗതം, അറിവിന്റെ ജാലകം നിങ്ങളെ കാത്തിരിക്കുന്നു..., "try to become a person who can appreciate the help of others, a person who knows the sufferings of others to get things done, and a person who would not put money as his only goal in life"

Jul 3, 2017

Six ways successful people stay calm in a crisis

Six ways successful people stay calm in a crisis

By Jane Burnett
Jun 29, 2017

It happens to the best of us. Things go off the rails at work, you witness someone on your team verbally explode because something isn’t working out in their favor, or after too much frustration, you have a meltdown of your own.
But before things go too far, here’s how to stay calm on days like these.

Don’t lose it

Losing your temper could wreck your career. You risk losing the standing you’ve attained so far: It tells your managers that you can’t be trusted with responsibility, and it tells your peers that you don’t have a handle on your own life. Plus, freaking out could make everything worse— not only for you, but also for your coworkers. When there’s a crisis, everyone needs to focus on the underlying problem and row in the same direction to fix it — not cater to your mood.

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Bring in Stringent Laws to End Mob-Lynching, Punish the Culprits


Petitioning President of India 

Bring in Stringent Laws to End Mob-Lynching, Punish the Culprits


We, on behalf of Muslim India, urge you to sign this petition for our demand to bring in stringent laws to criminalise mob-lynching and give justice to the victims by punishing the culprits and giving compensation of 35 lakhs to the family of each victim.
In already reported cases, more than twenty Muslims have been killed in various parts of the country. Most of them were killed for allegedly eating or storing beef. Some of them have been killed on the basis of rumours that they were transporting cows to slaughter houses or for being potential cow-thieves. In none of these cases, the culprits have been brought into the book. More alarmingly, in most of the cases, the victims themselves have been implicated in false charges and continually harassed. To cite just an example, Muhammed Akhlaq was lynched in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh on 28 September, 2015 for allegedly storing beef. Rather than bringing the culprits into the book, what unfolded in later months at Dadri was more horrifying. A case was filed against the family for allegedly killing a calf and the family was continuously harassed. They had to finally flee the village and now are living in Delhi.

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How you can prove you are not a terrorist