30 Apr 2015
Kathmandu: What took moments to flatten will take years to rebuild. In mere seconds a powerful earthquake devastated a swathe of Nepal.Rebuilding the impoverished Himalayan nation's fragile economy will require a long slog, financed by foreign aid and money from its army of overseas workers.
30 Apr 2015
Kathmandu: What took moments to flatten will take years to rebuild. In mere seconds a powerful earthquake devastated a swathe of Nepal.
18 Apr 2015
New Delhi: If you've planned to hit the road this summer, read our checklist based on expert advice from medical professionals and travel planners for a hassle-free trip.
28 Apr 2015
New Delhi : Tanning is inevitable this summer even if you choose to cover up completely or plan to use a sunscreen. But a few simple home remedies like using cabbage leaves or exfoliating with almonds on the affected areas can help in skin lightening.
28 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Papaya is an amazingly delicious fruit referred to as ‘fruits of angels’. It is easily available and affordable. You can grow it in your kitchen garden as well. Papaya’s nutritional benefits are really amazing. Here, we share with you some benefits of papaya-
02 Apr 2015
New Delhi: When the sun scorches nice and bright, it's advisable to pay special attention to your skin. Keep yourself hydrated and use sunscreen among other things to save your skin from damage, says an expert.
27 Apr 2015
London: Want to get rid of a nagging thought or the pesky lyrics you heard a week ago? Well, chew gum, advises a new study. The phenomenon where you just cannot get out of your head a catchy song for days or even weeks is known as an earworm or brainworm. The effect has been studied before, but its cause, and how to get rid of it, is not known.
22 Apr 2015
New York: The composition of your News Feed on your Facebook page is about to change. From now, you will see more content from your close friends and less from Pages and publishers, the social networking giant has announced.
09 Apr 2015
Melbourne: How do some people turn killers and have no guilt about their actions? That's due to a brain mechanism that justifies killings, says a study.
21 Apr 2015
London: Listening to your heart more often, not just when you are petrified or excited, may confer great benefits as researchers believe that being aware of the heart's rhythm could give people more control over their behaviour.