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Fourteen Years After Its Release, Should You Bother Getting Started With World of Warcraft?

HIGHLIGHTS 2016’s Legion is the latest expansion to World of Warcraft It brings dramatic changes to this 14-year-old game It’s the best entry point for newcomers to World of Warcraft World of Warcraft is one of the longest-running and most popular massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) around. It’s seen spin-off card games, movies, and novels too. Since its inception in 2004, ... Read More »

World Book Fair 2018 starts today at Pragati Maidan: What to expect at the booklovers’ event

  World Book Fair, the 26th edition of the book fair is starting from today in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The fair, this year, is themed around environment-related issues such as climate change, global warming, and water pollution. Important details about the event: Children’s books are going to be a highlight at this edition of the fair which will include ... Read More »

How Blockchain Technology Is Changing The World Of Digital Finance

Everyone knows somebody who refuses to transact in anything but cash. They don’t understand transacting without a physical medium; they enjoy the feeling of control and security that cash brings, as opposed to numbers changing on their phone screens. Anecdotal evidence of a variety of different scams utilising frailties in digital payment systems further encourages this belief. Fraudulent transactions cost ... Read More »

FIFA U-17 World Cup: WB students will get 5000 free passes for each match

India is eagerly waiting to hold the FIFA U-17 World Cup at Kolkata’s Salt Lake Stadium from October 8, and for the students of the state, the West Bengal government is doing its best to make it an event to remember. A senior official from the WB Education department stated that they are making arrangements to provide the school and ... Read More »

Divinity: Original Sin 2 review impressions: Saving the world as a face-stealing skeleton

Original Sin 2 is the highly anticipated sequel to an unanticipated hit.  Divinity: Original Sin took me by surprise in 2014. For the most part, the revival isometric RPG revival focused on reviving the classics of old—Pillars of Eternity in particular, with its Infinity Engine stylings, but Wasteland 2, Tyranny, and Torment: Tides of Numenera didn’t stray too far from the template. But then there was Divinity, which I ... Read More »

World University Rankings 2018: IISc ranked highest from India, overall ranking falls

Indian institutes performed poorly for yet another year in the World University Rankings 2018 released on Tuesday. The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was the highest ranked institute from the country, but it slipped from the 201-250 band to the 251-300 one. The fall was attributed to a drop in its research influence score and research income. Similarly, IIT Delhi ... Read More »

Want a Better, Safer World? Build a Finance Facility for Education

Students at the Kuje School near Abuja, Nigeria sit outside the classroom. (Photo courtesy of A World at School/Nick Cavanagh) The global education crisis can seem overwhelming. Today, there are 263 million children and young people throughout the world who are not in school, and 60 million of them live in dangerous emergencies. Fast forward to 2030, and our world ... Read More »

Call of Duty: World War 2 Trailer, Release Date, Campaign, and Private Beta Officially Revealed

After much teasing and several leaks, Call of Duty: World War 2 has finally been revealed with a trailer showing off what to expect and information pertaining to its release date and private beta. Call of Duty: World War 2’s release date is November 3 and there will be a Call of Duty: World War 2 private beta for those ... Read More »

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Oxford University Press (OUP), the world’s largest university press, will participate at the New Delhi World Book Fair to be held from January 7 to 15. Visitors to the OUP stall at the World Book Fair will have a chance to look at OUP’s education, reference and academic titles covering a wide range of subjects and domains, including children’s books ... Read More »

This week in games: Steven Seagal joins World of Warships, Forza Horizon 3 goes wintery

Battlefield. Titanfall. Call of Duty. Tyranny. Dishonored 2. Where’s a person supposed to find the time to play all these games? Let alone care about news. This week, Forza Horizon 3 gets a demo and teases its first expansion, Mass Effect teases next week’s teaser, and Steven Seagal hits World of Warships. This is gaming news for October 31 through ... Read More »