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Drinking coffee may lower risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s: Study

Your morning cup of coffee may protect you against developing both Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, scientists claim. Scientists from the suggest that there could be more to that morning jolt of g

Air pollution may up autism risk in children: Study

Exposure to sources of outdoor pollution such as vehicle exhausts, and industrial emissions can increase a child's risk of developing autism spectrum disorder by up to 78 per cent, a study has warned.

Happy Diwali 2018 wishes, WhatsApp messages, photos, images, greetings, SMS, quotes

Wish you a very Happy Diwali 2018! Here are bunch of wishes, WhatsApp messages, images, photos, SMS, and greetings you can send to your friends and family.

Happy Diwali 2018 gift ideas: 6 things you can give to your loved ones

Happy Diwali 2018: Have you not bought anything for your loved ones yet? Here are some cool gift ideas to help you out.

United Nations says earth’s ozone layer is healing

Earth's protective ozone layer is finally healing from damage caused by aerosol sprays and coolants, a new United Nations report has said.

Ayurveda departments to be opened in new 19 AIIMS, says Shripad Yesso Naik

Ayurveda departments will be opened in all the new 19 AIIMS and approval has been received from the Home Ministry to set up such departments in seven hospitals of the Border Security Force (BSF) and o

Artificial Intelligence will match human intelligence by 2062: Expert

In less than 50 years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will match humans on traits like adaptability, creativity and emotional intelligence, an expert has predicted.

Excess noise may increase heart disease, stroke risk: Study

Chronic exposure to excess noise may increase the risk of heart disease and stroke by activating a brain region involved in stress response, a study warns. This response in turn promotes blood vessel

NASA grants $7 million for new life detection

NASA has awarded nearly $7 million for a fresh interdisciplinary project to detect new, non-Earth-like life on Mars, Jupiter and Saturn's icy moons.

India’s first 3D printed house may be build within a year

The start-up called Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions aspires to completely automate construction, including placement of reinforcements and finishing, by re-envisioning the construction process.

NASA detects smiley in new galaxy

On Saturday, it posted an image on its Instagram handle that showed two yellow orbs above an arc of light -- painting a smiley face in space.

First moon walk’s commemorative plaque sold for $468,500

A commemorative plaque brought to the moon on the Apollo 11 mission went under the hammer for USD 468,500 in Texas, as part of a huge collection that once belonged to late astronaut Neil Armstrong, au

E-commerce: The festive sale cacophony

To publicise the sale, Amazon had a festival band generate buzz on ground, at metro stations and airports, and with its partnership with Sony Music, the company held a 90-minute digital music concert.

Eveready: charting out a new course

In the last seven-eight years, batteries as a category has been growing at a CAGR of 2-3% (volume). Today, remote controls are the biggest consumers of batteries in India.

Findings that cell phone radiation causes cancer in rats do not apply to humans, say experts

A recent US study claiming that radio-frequency radiation emitted by cell phones causes cancer in rats does not apply to humans.

Artificial Intelligence system decodes causes of religious conflict

PTIScientists have developed an artificial intelligence system that can help better understand what triggers religious violence.

Clinical trials on Ayurvedic medicine against dengue underway: Shripad Naik

Clinical trials on Ayurvedic medicine against dengue are in progress and it will be launched at the earliest possible time, Union Minister of State for AYUSH Shripad Naik said.

Ultralight ‘supermaterial’ made using plastic bottle waste

Scientists have developed a way to convert plastic bottle waste into flexible and durable aerogels that could be used for heat and sound insulation in buildings, oil spill cleaning, and as a lightweig

Book Review: Hindol Sengupta’s The Man Who Saved India

A biography of Sardar Patel drives home the point that the towering personality never got his due

Book Review: Amit Dutta’s ‘Invisible Webs: An Art Historical Inquiry into the Life and Death of Jangarh Singh Shyam’

A book charts the flawed trajectory of modern Indian art, with a focus on the most famous suicide of a painter in independent India.

Book Review: Paulo Coelho’s Hippie

Paulo Coelho’s latest is about the journey that helped him in his search for meaning.

Changing face of Diwali: Less crackers, lesser sweets – how the mega Indian festival is changing

From healthier indulgences and green crackers to innovative lights and a surge in vacations, the festivities have undergone a quiet metamorphosis over the years.

The delicacies of Goa: All you need to know about Catholic Hindu, Saraswat and Muslim cuisines of the state

Goan cuisine has never been about complex ingredients. It’s about local spices, traditional home cooking and fresh produce. And all the three cuisines of Goa—Catholic Hindu, Saraswat and Muslim—

French Wine is passion imbibed in countrymen’s DNA

How does one define Frenchness? A survey long ago listed these as the top three factors: to speak French; to believe in ‘Liberty, Equality & Fraternity’; and, finally, to know how to appreciat

Mathura boy Ankur Gautam wins Mr India Manhunt 2018 title

Ankur Gautam, 25, won the ‘Mr India Manhunt 2018’ title which was organised by Skywalk Entertainment at The Umrao, Samalkha in the national capital.

Why a WiFi failure makes you angry?

Do you get frustrated and angry when your WiFi connection stops working? It could be because of your personality, says a research.

Over 300 national, global neurologists participate in 11th Continuing Medical Education seminar

More than 300 national and global neurologists participated in a day-long 11th Continuing Medical Education (CME) seminar.

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