30 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Do you wish to reduce weight within 10 ten days? If you eat right, perform the correct exercises and follow a healthy regime, you are bound to lose the excess pounds.
29 Jul 2015
Kendrapara (Odisha): While nation mourns the death of the 'peoples' President", an orphaned girl from a far flung village of Odisha remembers the gesture of A P J Abdul Kalam towards her HIV positive siblings ten years ago.
27 Jul 2015
Washington: Researchers are studying issues such as what type of information and propaganda from terror organisations go viral on the social media, how that information spreads and what kind of people/groups participate in its spread.
24 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Usain Bolt, world's fastest man, won three Gold medals each at 2008 Olympic games in Beijing and 2012 Olympic games in London. Regarded as the fastest person ever and nicknamed ‘Lightening Bolt’, he is considered to be the world’s most marketable athlete ever.
24 Jul 2015
MUMBAI: With only a tiny share of the world's fastest-growing major smartphone market, Apple Inc is stepping up its push into India, with a first targeted TV advertising campaign, expanded retail network and promotional financing schemes.
07 Jul 2015
New Delhi: If you want to put your best foot forward with your fashion sense in college, but have a limited budget, take care of how you shop. Go for unbranded products and fetch online deals.
11 Jul 2015
Harare: Pleased with his match-winning hundred in the cliffhanger against Zimbabwe, Indian batsman Ambati Rayudu said observing Mahendra Singh Dhoni handle pressure has helped him learn how to control the game in tough situations.
30 Jun 2015
London: Scientists have documented for the first time the DNA damage which can occur to the skin from the full range of ultraviolet radiation from the sun, leading to skin cancer.
23 Jun 2015
Toronto: Australia's shocking loss to Eastern Canada here in 1975 followed a night when the tourists were tricked into partying hard, recalls a senior cricket official.
20 Jun 2015
New York: The polio virus can continue to transmit silently for more than three years with no reported cases, says a study that suggests continued surveillance even after eradication of the disease.