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Happiness not valued equally across cultures

Happiness not valued equally across cultures

20 Mar 2014

Melbourne: Many individuals and cultures tend to be averse to happiness, fearing that enjoying the moment will cause something bad later on, a new research has found.

Happiness,   Happiness not valued,   cultures,   Mohsen Joshanloo ,   Dan Weijers ,   minimise sadness,   less valued emotion,   ,  
Feeling of <strong>sadness</strong> lingers on longer

Feeling of sadness lingers on longer

31 Oct 2014

London: It's official. A sad feeling lasts longer than being ashamed, surprised, irritated or even bored. According to a study, sadness often goes hand-in-hand with events of greater impact such as death or accidents.

Feeling,   sadness,   ashamed,   surprise,   fear,   disgust,   boredom,  
Depressed dads turn toddlers into troubled kids

Depressed dads turn toddlers into troubled kids

13 Mar 2015

New York:  Not just mothers but new fathers who are depressed do not make as much eye contact or smile at  their toddlers, leading them to develop troubling behaviour such as hitting, lying, anxiety and sadness as they grow, new research has found.

Depressed dads,   Toddlers,   Troubled kids,   Behaviour,   Lying,   Anxiety,   Sadness,  
New Lok Sabha: Elation, bonhomie and <strong>sadness</strong>

New Lok Sabha: Elation, bonhomie and sadness

04 Jun 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday walked over to the Opposition benches and greeted Sonia Gandhi and other leaders with folded hands as the members, a majority of them newcomers, assembled for the first time in the 16th Lok Sabha, but the celebratory mood was tinged with sadness at the loss of a member and minister.

Lok Sabha,   Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Gopinath Munde,   Rahul Gandhi,   LK Advani,   Murli Manohar Joshi,  
Green approach to development can <strong>minimise</strong> human tragedy: Expert

Green approach to development can minimise human tragedy: Expert

28 Jun 2013

A ‘green approach’ to development, including replanting of trees, regulating pilgrim traffic and guidelines to ensure that buildings are constructed at least 100 metres away from river banks could minimise the human tragedy of the kind that hit Uttarakhand, an environmental expert says.

Green approach,   Uttarakhand,   National Ganga River Basin Authority,   People's Science Institute,   Dehradun,  
Philips to localise products to <strong>minimise</strong> impact of rupee fall

Philips to localise products to minimise impact of rupee fall

29 May 2012

Consumer electronics firm Philips on Tuesday said it will start producing some of its imported products, including induction cooker tops and shavers, in India to reduce the impact of rupee depreciation in future.

Philips Electronics,   localise products,   rupee fall,   launched new electric cooker,   ADA Ratnam ,  
Nadal speaks of <strong>sadness</strong> over Maria de Villota’s death

Nadal speaks of sadness over Maria de Villota’s death

12 Oct 2013

Shanghai: Tennis world number one Rafael Nadal on Friday spoke of his sadness over the death of Spanish former Formula 1 test driver Maria de Villota, whose body was found in a hotel room in Seville.

Formula 1,   Rafael Nadal,   Maria de Villota,   Duxford Airfield,   Shanghai Masters,  
Jokes, compassion, <strong>sadness</strong> and rage sum up gamut of emotions post Brazil defeat

Jokes, compassion, sadness and rage sum up gamut of emotions post Brazil defeat

09 Jul 2014

Brasilia: "Brazil have Neymar; Argentina, Messi; Portugal, Ronaldo but Germany have a team” was just one of the sardonic comments doing rounds on the social media, which became a virtual meeting point for millions of Brazilians after Tuesday’s 7-1 hiding by the Germans.

Brazil defeat,   Germany,   World Cup,   sadness,   Twitter,   social media,   Brazil football,   FIFA 2014 World Cup,  
Ban night weddings to <strong>minimise</strong> road mishaps, demand Khaps

Ban night weddings to minimise road mishaps, demand Khaps

29 Oct 2012

Haryana's Khap panchayats, who have already received flak over their moral policing-blended diktats, on Sunday asked the state government to ban marriage functions at night as it would lessen cases of drunken driving by keeping off youths from alcohol.

Khap panchayats,   ban on night weddings,   road mishaps in Haryana,   Haryana's Khap panchayats,  
Couples see anger but miss <strong>sadness</strong> during spats

Couples see anger but miss sadness during spats

23 May 2012

Married couples are usually good at recognizing each other's emotions while they are fighting, researchers say.But if your partner is angry, that might tell more about the overall climate of your marriage than about what your partner is feeling at the moment of the dispute, according to a study conducted by a Baylor University researcher.

Spat during couples,   Couples’ relationship,   Anger ride over emotion,   Married couples’ behaviour ,  

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