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1.2 billion live on less than USD 1.25 a <strong>day</strong>, says UN chief

1.2 billion live on less than USD 1.25 a day, says UN chief

18 Oct 2014

United Nations: More than 1.2 billion people are living on less than USD 1.25 a day and 2.4 billion are living on less than USD 2 a day, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.

1.2 billion people,   less than USD 1.25,   UN chief,   Ban-Ki moon,   poverty,   government,  
<strong>How</strong> the violin got its shape over centuries

How the violin got its shape over centuries

09 Oct 2014

London: The first violins appeared in 16th century Italy and since then their designers have continued to incorporate numerous innovations to improve the acoustical properties and playability of violins, says a study.

violin,   acoustical properties,   violin makers,   Maggini,   Stradivari,   Amati,   Stainer,  
Shiv Sena takes out advertisements on poll <strong>day</strong>

Shiv Sena takes out advertisements on poll day

15 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Advertisements by the Shiv Sena on Wednesday showed itself as the prime contender for power in Maharashtra as the Assembly elections got under way.

Shiv Sena,   BJP,   Congress,   Polling,   Maharashtra Assembly polls,   ,  
<strong>How</strong> curiosity drives learning

How curiosity drives learning

04 Oct 2014

New York: It is well known that curiosity makes learning easier and a study led by an Indian-origin researcher has now found what happens in our brains when our curiosity is piqued.

curiosity learning,   brain,   hippocampus,   reward circuit,   motivation,  
4th ODI: Bravo wins toss, elects to field against India

4th ODI: Bravo wins toss, elects to field against India

17 Oct 2014

Dharamsala: West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and put India in to bat in the fourth cricket one-dayer here on Friday.

Dwayne Bravo,   India-West Indies,   toss,   Dharamsala,   one-day series,   fourth ODI,  
Toddlers know <strong>how</strong> not to make adults angry

Toddlers know how not to make adults angry

08 Oct 2014

Washington: Children as young as 15 months can detect anger when watching other people's social interactions and then use that emotional information to guide their own behaviour, shows new research.

Toddlers,   emotion,   emoter,   toys,   facial expression,  
3D brain to unravel <strong>how</strong> memories are made

3D brain to unravel how memories are made

08 Oct 2014

London: To unlock the mystery how memories are formed, researchers have developed a new method for creating 3D models of memory-relevant brain structures.

3D brain,   memories,   brain structure,   hippocampus,   neurons,  
Gujarat to <strong>celebrate</strong> 'Gyan Saptah' from today

Gujarat to celebrate 'Gyan Saptah' from today

01 Sep 2014

Ahmedabad: Gujarat government has planned week-long celebrations 'Gyan Saptah' for Teacher's Day from September 1 to 5 during which several activities including cleanliness drive in villages will be organised.

Gyan Saptah,   Gujarat,   Teacher's Day,   BJP,   Anandiben Patel ,  
Music festival to <strong>celebrate</strong> 100 years of Begum Akhtar

Music festival to celebrate 100 years of Begum Akhtar

04 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A two-day festival from October 6 will celebrate the centenary of the inspiring works of ghazal and thumri singer Begum Akhtar, the organizers said on Friday.

Music festival,   Begum Akhtar,   Jamal-e-Begum Akhtar,   Pankaj Udhaas,   Anoop Jalota,   Penaz Masani,  
<strong>How</strong> Facebook boosts self esteem

How Facebook boosts self esteem

04 Oct 2014

New  York: If you have had a bad day, chances are you might end up spending time on social networking sites like Facebook with people who are worse off, says a study.

Facebook,   Social Networking Site,   Knobloch-Westerwick,   Ohio State University,   Twitter,   ,  

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