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Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton pay tribute to B.B. King at Mississippi Funeral

President Barack Obama and Bill Clinton paid tribute to late Blues legend B.B. King at his Mississippi Funeral.

Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton pay tribute to B.B. King at Mississippi Funeral

Why you should consume ‘eggs’ with your raw veggies

Next time you visit a salad bar, consider adding cooked eggs to your raw veggies as a new study shows that this combination will increase nutritive value.

Why you should consume ‘eggs’ with your raw veggies

New, less-invasive method to detect kidney disease

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have identified a new, less-invasive method using Raman spectroscopy...

Kidney disease News

Why we browse Facebook when we want to take a break

So although Facebook might not have been designed with the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex in mind, the social network is very much in sync with how our brains are wired.

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Secrets of ‘dark universe’ may soon be unraveled

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), whose construction officially began at a traditional stone-laying ceremony outside La Serena, Chile on April 14th, is slated to start scanning the heavens i

Secrets of ‘dark universe’ may soon be unraveled

No child’s play

Smart strategies, TV-to-tablet formats, new shows... kids’ channels are going all out, as they enter the busiest time of their year: the holiday season.

No child’s play

The top 10 species of 2015

THE TOP 10 new species of 2015 have been announced, with the list including a ‘chicken from hell’, a cartwheeling spider and a pufferfish that makes crop circles under the sea.

The top 10 species of 2015

A culinary journey

Every dish at Indian Accent, which is now in its sixth year, exists for a reason and you must discover that reason on your own.

A culinary journey

Destination flavour

The number of open-air food festivals with pop-up food stalls, food tastings, and chefs conducting live demos and interactive workshops is growing robustly. And it’s a trend that’s now visible acr

Destination flavour

Levi’s and Google team up to create ‘touch-sensitive’ clothes

Renowned American clothing chain Levi's has joined hands with Google to bring you their touch-sensitive fabric inside your jeans.

Levi’s and Google team up to create ‘touch-sensitive’ clothes

Sleep helps us learn and memorise: Study

Scientists have found the underlying mechanism of how sleep helps us learn and memorise.

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How green tea could cut prostate cancer development in men

In a new study, scientists have revealed that a component found in green tea may help reduce development of prostate cancer in men facing high risk.

How green tea could cut prostate cancer development in men

NASA’s Cassini to take one last look at Saturn’s moon Hyperion

NASA's Cassini spacecraft will take final close-up look at Saturn's huge and irregularly shaped moon Hyperion on May 31.

NASA’s Cassini to take one last look at Saturn’s moon Hyperion

Climate change: Extreme heat wave in India could be a reason

A new research has revealed that increasing heat wave in India could be another manifestation of drastic climate change.

Climate change: Extreme heat wave in India could be a reason

How your personality decides your biscuit eating habit

If you are a shy person by nature, you may like to munch on Rich Teas, while short-tempered people prefer Ginger Nuts, claims a new study.

How your personality decides your biscuit eating habit

Cancer cases on the rise, but death rate is falling

A new research has found that prostate and breast cancer cases have been increased in past years, but cancer death rates are declining in many countries.

Cancer cases on the rise, but death rate is falling

Mystery behind Swiss cheese holes revealed

While you may have thought all sorts of reason behind why there are holes Swiss cheese, including mice eating their way through, it turns out it's dirt that causes such gaps in food.

Mystery behind Swiss cheese holes revealed

Singapore Airlines’ A380s to adopt special livery to celebrate nation’s Golden Jubilee

Singapore Airlines is celebrating the nation’s Golden Jubilee by having two Airbus A380s in a special livery, featuring a large Singapore flag-themed design on the fuselage

Lifestyle News

Tripadvisor announces Travellers’ Choice Hill Station Hotels

With a large part of India in the grip of rising heat wave, an escape to the hills is on top of every family’s vacation itinerary

Lifestyle News

Modern humans migrated out of Africa from Egypt unlike previously believed

It turns out that modern human populations took the route out of Africa from Egypt, finds a new study.

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Now, travel around the world in a first portable ‘eco pod’ luxury hotel

Now you can travel around the world and live in a luxurious hotel at the same time, thanks to a new innovative egg-shaped eco pod.

Now, travel around the world in a first portable ‘eco pod’ luxury hotel

Like Earth, Mars also has visible ‘aurorae’

For the first time the occurrence of aurorae, a natural light display in the sky, has been predicted on Mars by the researchers.

Like Earth, Mars also has visible ‘aurorae’

This is why South Asian people are poor at managing diabetes in UK

A new study has observed the poor outcomes of South Asian people with diabetes in the UK suggesting that fatalistic and treatment beliefs are often a hindrance to managing the condition.

This is why South Asian people are poor at managing diabetes in UK

Airline passengers happiest when using technology: SITA

Happy passengers are the ultimate goal of airlines and airports and new research from global IT provider SITA proves that technology can help

Airline passengers happiest when using technology: SITA

Perfume scientists use nose expertise to design ‘stink-less’ latrines

Perfume researchers have combined nose expertise and technology to come up with less odorous latrines.

Perfume scientists use nose expertise to design ‘stink-less’ latrines

This is what our ‘toddler’ solar system looked like billion years ago

Scientists have found a young planetary system which may enable them to understand what our own solar system looked like as 'toddler' billions of years ago.

This is what our ‘toddler’ solar system looked like billion years ago

Focus on pros of healthy foods, than cons of junk ones

In order to make your loved one take up a healthier diet, it's better to tell them what to eat than what not to, says a new study.

Focus on pros of healthy foods, than cons of junk ones
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