Which online poker game style will suit you?

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Poker is one of the most famous games out there. And giving the pandemic, more and more people have indulged in online poker because they act like push-ups for brains. So if you want to indulge in something that requires your 100% concentration and strengthens your brain and nerve cells, then playing poker is the right option for you.

Poker is not just a game. It boosts mathematical skills and develops social skills as well. Poker is one such game that teaches patience and helps in logical thinking. If you have been dealing with anxiety issues or if lack of

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This Start-Up Is Gifting Brand-Spanking-New BMW G 310 R And KTM Duke 390 Motorcycles To Its New Joinees!

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Fintech start-up in our country BharatPe has created a new approach to welcome new staff. As a welcome gift, some companies put a new bag, some company products, and other little items in hampers. BharatPe, on the other hand, has taken the welcome gift to a whole new level. New employees are being gifted BMW motorcycles. The company’s first batch of BMW motorcycles were delivered to the company’s new IT managers.

Ashneer Grover, founder, and CEO of BharatPe, announced on LinkedIn the perks of joining the fintech firm have now been extended to product managers too. In the LinkedIn post,

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Education CIOs fast-track digital transformation

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A local study by global market intelligence service IDC reveals that South African universities have had to ramp up their compute power to accommodate the increase in online learning since the onset of the pandemic and the resulting move toward hybrid learning models. The study, titled “Post-Pandemic IT Infrastructure in South African Universities”, was announced by Dell Technologies this week.

The study analyses key trends shaping the higher education sector in South Africa and gauges the adoption of IT hardware, server, and storage equipment among universities in the country. The study also looks at some of the drivers of adoption

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‘Weird and gimmicky’: police chiefs condemn Boris Johnson’s crime plan | Police

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Police chiefs have condemned Boris Johnson’s high-profile strategy to tackle crime as “weird and gimmicky”, while plans to increase stop-and-search were criticised for ignoring the evidence.

The crime initiative was supposed to show the Johnson government gripping the agenda. But senior police officers, the rank and file, opposition politicians and even some in business rebuked it.

The criticism of Johnson’s crime plan is the latest in a series of setbacks for the prime minister’s domestic relaunch, after his landmark “levelling up” speech was mocked for being light on detail and his plan to overhaul social care delayed by Treasury wrangling

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$1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill vote this week? Here’s the latest

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The infrastructure plan could get a vote in just days.


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A bipartisan infrastructure bill totaling $1.2 trillion was released by a group of 10 senators late Sunday night. It’s called the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (PDF) and a vote could take place “in a matter of days,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said. Among other things, the bill includes new federal investments for roads and bridges, broadband internet, transit and electric utilities. It could amount to one of the biggest investments in infrastructure in over a decade.

The agreement doesn’t include spending earmarked for

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Crisis planning in a crisis? How to make it work

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The problem with crisis planning is that the details you need to know to effectively plan are usually only revealed to you when the crisis is already in full swing.

This meeting of theoretical and practical is often the reason behind dropping or rewriting existing plans.

After all, who had plans in place which could have helped for the events of the last 18 months?

But through all this upheaval, schools have adapted again and again. So what lessons can we learn from this to help us the next time a crisis – whatever it may be – arises.

Communication:

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