25 Nov 2013
Sydney: England batsman Jonathan Trott has left the tour of Australia with a "stress-related illness", it was announced on Monday, a day after the tourists suffered one of their biggest Ashes defeats.
05 Dec 2013
Boston: Young Americans are unhappy with virtually every major thing President Barack Obama has done since he was re-elected, but they would still vote for him today, according to the results of a Harvard University survey released on Wednesday.
14 Oct 2013
London: Nail biting, excessive smoking, obesity and overeating are some of the symptoms of stress, which can be overcome with a balanced diet and by drinking enough water in a day.
28 Nov 2013
Raiganj (West Bengal): Had it not been for the huge interest being paid to the Centre on loans taken by the erstwhile Left Front Government, large-scale employment would have been possible in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said.
19 Nov 2013
New Delhi: Indian workers are among the most satisfied with their jobs globally, and nearly one in five Indians like their jobs so much that they would even work for free, says a survey.
14 Nov 2013
Jammu: Tension on the Line of Control and the international border directly impacts the tranquillity and development process in Jammu and Kashmir and endangers life and property of the people, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said Wednesday.
09 Dec 2013
Toronto: Children whose parents have high levels of stress are more likely to be obese, a new study led by an Indian-origin scientist has warned.
02 Sep 2013
New York: Tickling the funny bone of your interviewer might land you the job! Job candidates with a sense of humour are more likely to be hired, a new study has found.
21 Oct 2013
Chandigarh: Haryana government has decided to provide exgratia of Rs 10 lakh and job to family member of police official killed during duty.
06 Dec 2013
New Delhi: Union Minister Jairam Ramesh, one of the key authors of draft bill on Telangana, said that the Group of Ministers (GoM) tried to do an ‘honest job’ and its report should be seen in its totality.