Artificial light at night may be harmful

Inadequate exposure to natural light during the day and overexposure to artificial light at night can actually mess...

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Over million young stars found in nearby galaxy

Astronomers have discovered more than a million young stars forming in a hot, dusty cloud of molecular gases in a tiny galaxy near Milky Way.

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Green tea could help improve MRIs: Study

An Indian origin researcher and his colleagues have successfully used compounds from green tea to help image cancer tumours...

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NASA spacecraft finds mysterious dust cloud on Mars

NASA's MAVEN spacecraft has observed two unexpected phenomena in the Martian atmosphere...

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2015 to be observed as ‘Visit India Year’ in China

The year 2015 is being observed as the "Visit India Year" in China. Various promotional activities are being organised to showcase and promote the varied tourism destinations in India

2015 to be observed as ‘Visit India Year’ in China

Longer breastfeeding duration tied to higher IQ

Longer duration of breastfeeding is linked to higher IQ and greater earnings in adulthood, a new study has found.

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Thomas Cook launches Thomas Cook Gift Card

Thomas Cook (India) has launched its latest travel solution- the 'Thomas Cook Gift Card' in association with one of the leading provider of Gift Card and stored value solutions in South Asia and the M

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Future of air travel is personalisation: SITA

The ‘connected passenger’ has become a reality, with 97 per cent of airline passengers carrying at least one personal electronic device

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TripAdvisor compares cost of host cities for quarter & semi finals of ICC WC 2015

With the Indian cricket team making a place in the quarter finals the fervour of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in India is only set to rise

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Diabetes drugs may trigger heart failure: Study

Sugar-lowering drugs prescribed to patients with diabetes may pose an increased risk of heart failure in these patients...

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Saturn-like ring system detected around minor planet Chiron

There are only 5 bodies in our solar system that are known to bear rings - Saturn and to a lesser extent, rings of gas and dust encircling Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune.

Saturn-like ring system detected around minor planet Chiron

Finger test may help predict schizophrenia

The ratio of the lengths of the index finger and the ring finger in men may be an effective predictor of schizophrenia, scientists have found.

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Taj Mahal emerges as top Google Street View destination

Agra's tourist attraction Taj Mahal has emerged as the most popular in Asia for global 'virtual travellers', according to Google.

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Star leaving Milky Way at record speeds detected

Astronomers have identified the fastest ever star on an escape trajectory from the Milky Way - travelling at a record breaking speed of 1,200 km per second.

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Nvidia GPUs help unravel “Origami-like” behavior of human genome

Using Nvidia GPUs, researchers from Baylor College of Medicine, Rice University, MIT and Harvard University have for the first time mapped how the human genome...

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Experimental cholesterol drugs cut heart risk, but questions remain

Studies of a new class of experimental cholesterol-lowering drugs signal that they can reduce by half the risk of heart attack and other major cardiovascular problems compared to standard treatment al

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Swine flu: Over 1,700 dead in country, threat remains positive

With 36 more deaths drove the swine flu toll past the 1700-mark while the total number of people suffering from the contagious disease reached...

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25 pct women diabetics stand chance of gestational diabetes

bout 22 to 25 per cent of women in India stand a chance of being affected with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus...

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NASA to test new augmented reality glasses for astronauts

NASA is developing augmented reality glasses that could help ISS astronauts carry out difficult repairs in space...

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Anti-herpes drug may help treat HIV: Study

The finding rebuts earlier scientific assumptions that Valacyclovir (Valtrex) required the presence of the other infection to benefit patients with HIV-1...

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Laser technique can turn brown eyes blue!

A US-based company has developed a 20-second laser procedure that permanently turns your brown eyes blue.

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Romance in the air

The Courchevel cable car is the latest addition to Airbnb’s ‘A Night At’ series, offering overnight accommodation in money-can’t-buy venues around the world

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Biting big

Maintaining quality and achieving fast-paced growth can be a tough balancing act in the business of food. Rohit Aggarwal of Lite Bite Foods tells us how to walk the tightrope

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Facebook ratings reflect quality of care in hospitals

How hospitals are rated on Facebook may reflect how well they perform on a widely-used measure of quality care, a new study has found.

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PM Modi announces Visa on Arrival for Sri Lankans from April 14

PM has also revealed Air India's plans to start direct flight between New Delhi and Colombo

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New genome editing technology to treat blood cancer

Australian researchers have developed a new genome editing technology that can target and kill blood cancer cells with high accuracy.

New genome editing technology to treat blood cancer

India, US researchers clash over swine flu strain mutation

H1N1 influenza, also known as swine flu, has killed more than 1,500 people in India this year, compared with 218 in 2014.

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