29 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The government on Friday carried out a major administrative reshuffle, making 16 senior level appointments and placing Sunil Arora as Information and Broadcasting Secretary, Shaktikanta Das as Economic Affairs Secretary and Hansmukh Adhia as Revenue Secretary.
31 Aug 2015
New Delhi: SS Rajamouli's much popular film 'Bahubali' that broke all box office records in Bollywood was an outstanding combination of perfect acting and great visual effects. With this a newly released VFX breakdown video of 'Bahubali' has taken internet by storm.
01 Sep 2015
New York: The more hours people in their 30s spend watching television each day, the higher the likelihood that they will have a greater body mass index and bigger waist circumference five years later, a 15-year study has found.
17 Aug 2015
London: Spending too much time online can cause you to forget things, daydream or face other 'cognitive failures', a new study has warned.
15 Aug 2015
New York: Stressful events are not associated with cancer, researchers have said, adding that people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are not at the risk of developing the deadly disease.
14 Aug 2015
Washington: Think you are very smart? You may be browsing the Internet too much! Actively searching the Internet inflates our sense of the knowledge we actually possess, a new study has claimed.
30 Jun 2015
Washington: A new technique that uses Twitter data can discover potentially dangerous drug interactions and unknown side-effects even before doctors and researchers have heard of them, scientists say.
04 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Undoubtedly, Coca Cola seems to be emerging new national drink of the country. With the growing addiction and love for the beverage, we unfortunately forget the dangerous harms cola can cause to the body. Take a look at what really happens to your body within an hour of consuming your beloved drink.
30 Jul 2015
London: While drinking your daily cup of coffee can help you stay sharp, modifying your habit by increasing coffee consumption over time may increase risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI), early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and dementia, says new research.
22 Apr 2015
London: The reason why women in general are more sensitive than men to adverse effects of drugs could be due to the different ways the drugs affect males and females at cellular levels, says a new research.