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Saturday, 29 July 2016 SURAT: A woman, holding a toy gun, mowed down her nine-year-old son with her car before being lynched by the mob outside her house in Surat on Friday evening, after she was allegedly caught eating in front of her sons.According to reports, the woman had eaten in front of her nine-year-old son and then went out of the house. She was caught by the mob outside the house and was thrashed before being dragged out of the house. She was then thrashed and her car was damaged.The woman's son reportedly tried to break her legs. The mob then dragged the woman along with her car till they reached the town's main road. There, people raised an alarm and the police reached the spot.The woman was taken to hospital, where her condition is reported to be stable.The police said the woman is a single mother. They are yet to ascertain whether the woman was involved in any criminal activity. Wednesday, 26 July 2016 THE STUDENT's first reaction when they learn their subject is not their cup of tea is always the same – a feeling of dread. Their professional path looks uncertain. But this is a fear they must overcome, say two professors from Jawaharlal Nehru University.Kruti Bhatia, an assistant professor of English literature, and Prabha Agarwal, an associate professor of psychology, say they have met a number of such students who had agonised over the prospect of giving up on their studies. They say their advice to such students is always to resist the temptation to quit because "they are the future".While it is common for students to struggle with the idea of studying a subject that they don't really like or have an affinity for, it is a mistake to make the struggle too much to deal with.Professor Bhatia says students who are determined to stick with their studies and overcome doubts can do so by defining a non-negotiable goal and sticking to it. It is important for them to set a personal goal. They should put this goal in writing. But she says the most important thing to help such students stick to their goal is to make sure the goal is realistic.Prof Agarwal says setting a goal is the only way to overcome a fear of failure. She says students who are not sure of their skills or are afraid that they will not be able to meet the requirements of the academic programmes they are enrolled in can give themselves

 

 

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