14 Jul 2014
New Delhi: If you cannot resist the sweets kept in your refrigerator and crave for food even after a sumptuous meal, you could be a victim of overeating, warn health experts.
08 Aug 2014
New Delhi: As its smartphone sales stutter and a generational leadership succession looms, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is under pressure to reinvent itself to be more innovative, but not lose the rigor and focus that made it a global powerhouse.
19 Jul 2014
Rio de Janeiro: Former World Cup winning captain Dunga is the favorite on a short list of candidates to coach Brazil's national football team, two sources with direct knowledge of the situation said on Friday.
17 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday batted for ‘human rights’ of gays and said it was the government's job to protect their rights.
28 Jun 2014
New York: In a latest breakthrough, scientists have revealed that Chronic, toxic stress like poverty, neglect and physical abuse early in life can negatively affect a person resulting into behavioural disorders and increased cumulative life stress.
07 Jul 2014
New York: Scientists as part of their latest innovation are working on a smartphone app that will test your stress level easily as well as cost-effectively.
15 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Microsoft Corporation is planning its biggest round of job cuts in five years as the software maker looks to integrate Nokia Oyj's handset unit, a media outlet reported, citing people with knowledge of the company's plans.
17 Aug 2014
London: India is staring at yet another humiliating defeat in the series as England took a big 237-run lead in the first essay, but off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin exuded confidence that the visitor's would do a better job with the bat in the second innings of the fifth and final cricket Test.
13 Jul 2014
Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal is in no mood to take a break after leading his country to third place at the World Cup on Saturday, as he will start working with new employers Manchester United from Wednesday.
01 May 2014
Berlin: A new study reveals that observing someone who is in a stressful situation, is enough to make our own bodies release the stress hormone cortisol, which proves that stress can be contagious.