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  1. Constant Changing of Fuel Prices Effects on Common Sri Lankan People



    Fuel has to turn into a crucial part of our daily life, and without it, we canít even think of our life. But the fuel prices are increasing at a skyrocketing speed and in the end, itís going to affect each and everything that we use and consume in our daily life. Fuel hike directly or indirectly affects all the main sectors like transportation, auto, textiles, food and etc. Because of manufacturing and transportation the prices of daily necessary ...
  2. Simple Guide to Overcome your Smartphone Addiction




    We are living in an era of continuous digital distraction. Most studies say people check their smartphones about 150 times a day. The average individual spends nearly 4 hours a day on the phone. That is 28 hours a week. That is a part-time job and itís practically a full-time job.

    But thatís only the average person. Think about you, how much time you actually spend on your Smartphone?

    The yearning to pick up
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  3. An Outlook of Automation and Humanís Future Work




    Will automation, AI and robotics lead to a jobless future, or will their productivity allowed us to explore and innovate? Is the influence of these new technologies to be frightened, or an opportunity to reconsider the structure of our work lives and confirm an impartial future for all?

    Automation and artificial intelligence are converting industries and will contribute to financial growth through aids to productivity. Meantime,
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  4. How to keep your new year's resolutions



    Another year is ending and we are ready to welcome a brand-new year. At the beginning of every year, we discover ourselves questioning how to keep our New Year's resolutions alive that we have created for ourselves. It's a renowned joke that the fitness centre crowds flow in January, just to reedy back out by mid-February. Often it feels like resolutions are just fated to be broken. But resolutions are the very fruitful ways to set goals and ...
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  5. Instagram changed the way we Eat



    Food has inevitably turned out to be a form of social currency. There is no surprise that the meals we make are becoming brighter and more photogenic. But does #instafood taste as good as they look in the pictures?

    Most of us love food sharing. Not certainly in the real sense, since that would mean giving something delicious to others. That gesture is kept for the folks who are dear to us. But for the rest of the universe, the ...
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