19 Sep 2014
London: If high levels of sound disturb your sleep at night, you can now turn your smartphone into a noise sensor for further action as researchers have now developed an app that lets you map noise.
09 Apr 2016
New York: Consuming pears everyday may improve blood pressure and vascular function in middleaged people with metabolic syndrome (Mets), a study has found.
20 Jul 2016
New York: The key element in our decision-making that serves to both gauging errors and revising our approach is confidence, suggested a new study.
21 Jan 2016
Mumbai: John Abraham says that one of the principles in his life is to avoid dancing at marriage functions. For the actor-producer, the act is below his dignity.
24 May 2016
Toronto: A constantly crying baby can not only hamper your peace, it can also rattle your brain functions and alter the way you think and act to make daily decisions, a study has found.
03 Dec 2015
New York: Watching TV for more than three hours a day and having low physical activity as a young adult is associated with worse cognitive function in midlife, said a new study.
01 Jun 2016
Panaji: Goa state RSS chief Subhash Velingkar said the Sangh will boycott all state government functions attended by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and BJP politicians in power to protest the government's alleged pro-English policy.
06 Nov 2014
Kathmandu: In an apparent bid to reach out to Nepalis living close to the Indian border, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address two public functions during his upcoming visit to Nepal. These will take place in two religious destinations: Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, and Janakpur, which is closely associated with the Hindu epic Ramayana.
17 Jan 2016
New Delhi: Police in the national capital and neighbouring states will keep a vigilant eye on “drones”, which have been perceived as a major threat to security especially in view of the Republic Day celebrations ahead.
27 Dec 2014
New York: Researchers have discovered that identifying brain variations may help physicians predict who would respond positively to surgeries to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).OCD is a debilitating disorder characterised by repetitive intentional behaviours and intrusive thoughts.