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.
13 Jan 2015
New Delhi: If you are single child at your home, you earn more clout and are treated as prince or princess that brings many royalties your way. You have no point to regard yourself as a lone child in this big world rather you should enjoy the perks of being one. Here, we are listing the advantages of being an only child of your parents.
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.
05 Aug 2016
New York: Exercise causes the formation of new neurons in a critical brain region which does not erases old memories, according to a study conducted by an Indian-origin researchers.
07 Jun 2016
New York: Practising yoga regularly may help cancer survivors sleep better and have an improved quality of life, a new study suggests.
19 Sep 2016
London: Do you feel shy at a social gathering? Take heart, you only need a glass of beer to talk, socialise and connect with people, a study has found.
28 Jun 2015
Thiruvananthapuram: After almost two decades, a Sanskrit movie, depicting the life of 17th century Keralite poet-scholar Unnayi Warrier, is getting ready and is expected to hit the screens by September this year. When completed, this will be the third Sanskrit film in the history of Indian cinema.
05 Sep 2016
London: Increased physical activity among patients with a type of lung disease could reduce their risk of anxiety as well as depression, a study has found.
18 Aug 2016
Washington: Listening to music can be beneficial for cancer patients as it leaves a positive impact not just psychologically but physically as well by alleviating symptoms of anxiety, pain, fatigue and boosting quality of life, a new study has suggested.
16 Aug 2016
New York: Living a sedentary life can be a potentially independent risk factor for heart disease and stroke, warns a study, suggesting to "sit less and move more".