01 Feb 2016
Washington: Changing phases of the Moon affect the amount of rainfall on Earth, though very slightly, scientists have found for the first time.
04 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Being one of the most deadliest disease, February 4 has been dedicated to spread the awareness about Cancer. Though one cannot really tell what all these cancer-struck people are going through, spreading awareness about it would be a little help on their part.
03 Feb 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today stayed a Bombay High Court order and allowed the Maharashtra government to hold an event at Girgaum Chowpatty beach in Mumbai to kickstart the 'Make in India Week' programme, which will be attended by the Prime Minister.
05 Jan 2016
Sydney: New Year resolutions are not as hard to stick to as people generally assume if you follow a few simple methods, says a psychology lecturer at the University of New South Wales in Australia.
27 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Actress Rekha, who was honoured with the Yash Chopra Memorial Award, says that the filmmaker taught her how to love and inspired her to write 'shayri'.
30 Jan 2016
Washington: Exposure to second-hand smoking may make children obese and amplify their risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, a new study has warned. Researchers looked at passive smoke exposure in 220 overweight or obese boys and girls aged between 7 and 11 years.
01 Feb 2016
Washington: US Presidential aspirants are making a final push before today's first nominating contest in Iowa where Donald Trump leads the Republican side while Bernie Sanders poses a top challenge to Hillary Clinton among Democrats.
12 Dec 2015
Toronto: The rotation of the Earth's core holds a clue to understanding global sea-level rise, scientists believe.
30 Dec 2015
New York: All geared up for the New Year bash and ready to declare your resolution? Just hold on. New research has found that the secret to a successful New Year's resolution may lie in, well, keeping it a secret or at best asking yourself a question.
28 Jan 2016
London: Giving common anti-depressants to children and young adults may put them at a greater risk of developing aggression and even suicidal tendencies, warns a study.