26 Mar 2012
Very soon the traditional Indian language Sanskrit will be a part of the space, with the United States of America (USA) mulling to use it as computer language at NASA. After the refusal of the Indian Sanskrit scholars to help them acquire command over the language, US has urged its young generation to learn Sanskrit.
26 Apr 2016
New Delhi: IITs have been asked to teach Sanskrit language for facilitating study of science and technology as reflected in its literature, Lok Sabha was told yesterday.
04 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Software giant Microsoft will host the maiden edition of its Machine Learning and Data Sciences Conference in India this year, highlighting importance of the Indian market in terms of future deployment of these new emerging technologies.
18 Jul 2016
Washington: Cinnamon, the aromatic household spice that is often added to food items to enhance flavour, may improve learning ability, a new study led by an Indian-origin scientist has found.
22 Aug 2016
London: Letting your children take a quick nap during study hours could help them recall faster what they studied and make relearning easy, leading them to remember the exercises even six months later, researchers say.
11 Feb 2016
Mumbai: For the last few days, Sushant Singh Rajput has been in 'deep waters' — and he is enjoying it. As part of his prep for Dinesh Vijan's debut directorial 'Raabta', the actor has been undergoing training in open water swimming for a crucial sequence in the film. Sushant has been paired opposite Kriti Sanon in the love story.
07 Apr 2016
Mumbai: Actor Ranveer Singh is busy learning dance forms like 'hip hop' and 'tango' for his next film 'Befikre'.
13 Mar 2016
Mumbai: Despite India losing their World Twenty20 warm-up game against South Africa, opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan believes his knock of 73 was a great learning experience which made him wiser.
28 May 2016
London: Parents, take note! Babies find it easier to learn words with repetitive syllables rather than mixed sounds, a new study has found.
02 Feb 2016
Mumbai: Maharashtra government informed the Bombay High Court that it has recently come out with a resolution allowing student writers for slow learners or those suffering from learning disability in the forthcoming SSC and HSC Board examinations in the state.