16 Jul 2016
Boston: In a startling discovery, scientists have found that immune system can directly affect, and even change, social behaviour, a finding that may have great implications for neurological diseases such as autism-spectrum disorders and schizophrenia.
17 Apr 2015
Siliguri: The cycle rally organized by Indian Army to create awareness on social issues reached Siliguri town on Friday after covering a distance of around 2,000 kilometres.
16 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The stunning Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif turns 33 today. As promised, she has made her debut in the digital world by logging on to Facebook.
03 Jul 2016
Washington: Three students from US universities, including an Indian girl, were among 20 hostages hacked to death by ISIS militants in a terror attack at a restaurant in Bangladesh capital's high-security diplomatic zone.
12 Jan 2016
New York: If you are planning to add yet another new member to your family, think again! A new study has found that children in larger families are more likely to fall behind in cognitive achievement and have behavioural and other problems.
02 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Terming Ishant Sharma's verbal duels with the Sri Lankans a "pathetic display of aggression", former India captain Bishan Singh Bedi has said Test skipper Virat Kohli needs to control his own belligerence and be a role model for his players.
15 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Against the backdrop of recent attacks on dalits and Muslims, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said social evils will have to be dealt with "sternly" and with "sensitivity" as survival of the society is impossible if there is no social unity.
11 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Cricketers nowadays are not just creating buzz on the field but on social media as well. Their popularity has crossed the boundaries of stadium and reached social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
06 May 2015
Washington: Just like humans, dolphins form highly complex and dynamic networks of friends, preferring to mingle with some fellow dolphins while avoiding others, scientists say.
11 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, scientists say.