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Women in the enclosure made efforts to save the girl and even used sticks to hit the men misbehaving with the girl and afterward managed to escort her out of the enclosure.
Misbehaving chronicles Thaler's role in the development of behavioral economics as an academic discipline from about 1970 to the present.
IANS Ileana D'Cruz, who is currently busy promoting her upcoming film Baadshaho, took to social media to lash out at a fan for misbehaving with her.
Actress Ileana D'Cruz, who is currently busy promoting her upcoming film Baadshaho , took to social media to lash out at a fan for misbehaving with her.
The girl was allegedly misbehaving in class and sitting in the teacher's chair without his permission.
FEROZEWALA -- A fake pir was thrashed by women in Ferozewala for misbehaving with a girl on Saturday.
However, new Close Circuit Television (CCTV) camera video showed the female passengers misbehaving with the FIA lady constable, before being tortured by another female staff member.
When teachers think empathically, and not punitively, about misbehaving students, they cultivate better relationships and help reduce discipline problems, Stanford research shows.
So, attackers can easily compromise MANETs by inserting misbehaving nodes into the network.
I can't even think of misbehaving with any officer," he said.
Two policemen were taken into custody on the charges of misbehaving with and intimidating hospital staff.
It found that more than three quarters (77%) agree that encouraging tougher discipline for misbehaving students would help all children to achieve their goals.