75 million-year-old fossilized dinosaur ‘blood’ discovered

Researchers have discovered 75-million-year-old red blood cells and proteins inside fossilized dinosaur bones.

Haryana to get country’s first National Cancer Institute

The country's first National Cancer Institute is reportedly going to be set up at Badhsa in Haryana's Jhajjar district.

Here’s how ‘homophobia’ affects your health

In a new study, researchers have looked into how homophobia affects the heath of gay people.

May-borns have lowest disease risk, October counterparts, highest

A team of data scientists has found connections between birth month and health.

We all have a ‘bias blind spot’

A new study has found that everyone has a bias blind spot. The research from Carnegie Mellon University, the City University London, Boston University and the University of Colorado, Boulder...

Revolutionary ‘trigger’ paves way to halt breast cancer spread

Scientists will now be able to find new therapies to halt the spread of breast cancer tumour, thanks to the revolutionary discovery of the disease's trigger.

Future computers with better performance, reduced cost come closer to reality

Researchers have developed a relatively simple, robust and versatile process for growing crystals made from compound semiconductor materials that will allow them be integrated onto silicon wafers, whi

World’s first ‘feeling’ prosthetic leg provides new hope for amputees

Austrian surgeons have innovated world's first artificial limb that has sensors which sends signals to the brain and allows the patient to feel the leg like a real one.

Sleep problems can make you less satisfied in life

A new study reveals that if a person has sleep problems during his midlife, it could lead to lower life satisfaction in long term.

NASA refutes claim of ‘ asteroid apocalypse’ in September

NASA has been forced to address radical claims about a giant asteroid that will soon destroy humanity and stated that there will be no "asteroid apocalypse" in September.

Supersonic parachute on NASA’s ‘flying saucer’ fails in test

The biggest supersonic parachute ever deployed, was torn apart during the second flight test of NASA's Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) vehicle on June 8.

Mahindra Holidays increase stakes to 88% in Holiday Club Resort Oy, Finland

Mahindra Holidays and Resorts India have further increased their stakes to 88 per cent in Holiday Club Resort Oy, Finland (HCR)

Evolution is ‘unpredictable and irreversible’

A recent study has shown that evolution is unpredictable and irreversible.

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Glass detected on Mars may provide clues about past life on planet

Researchers have spotted glass on Mars that might provide clues about the past life on the 'Red' planet.

Fatal disease malaria can now be controlled with housing improvements

Scientists have claimed that housing improvements in certain settings can help eradicate malaria.

‘Low’ life satisfaction linked to ‘high’ mortality risk in older adults

A new study has showed that greater life satisfaction in adults older than 50 years of age is related to a reduced risk of mortality.

Can creativity lead to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder?

If you are much of an artistic person and have those 'creative' genes in you, then your risk of developing schizophrenia and bipolar disorder according to new research is very high.

Most detailed view ever of distant galaxy’s star-forming regions

ALMA's Long Baseline Campaign has produced a spectacularly detailed image of a distant galaxy being gravitationally lensed.

Modern housing could cut risk of malaria by up to half-study

Modernising mud huts and other traditional housing could significantly cut the risk of malaria for people living in some of the highest risk areas of Africa, Asia and South America, according to new r

Hong Kong to issue ‘red alert’ for travel to South Korea as MERS spreads

Hong Kong said on Tuesday it would issue a red alert against non-essential travel to South Korea where eight new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) were reported, bringing the total to 9

Indian Railway introduces hassle-free Mussoorie Rail Tour Package

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has launched a weekend Mussoorie Rail Tour Package that includes confirmed rail reservations, meals, sightseeing and stay in a reputed hotel

TajMahal rated 3rd most popular landmark in the World:TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor has announced its Travellers’ Choice awards for Landmarks

“New tourism policy to set up National Tourism Authority and Medical Tourism Promotion Board”

After a long wait of 14 years, India is all set to welcome a new tourism policy expected to be announced anytime this month

‘Deadly’ stroke ages your brain function by eight years

In a new study, scientists have found that stroke claims eight years worth of your brain function.

Thinking about results in advance can help conquer ‘ethical dilemmas’

Thinking about the long-term results before giving in to temptation while facing an ethical dilemma can actually help you take the right decision.

Expedia Summer Travel Report 2015: Indians Vacationing in EMEA this Summer, Exploring South America & Far East

Expedia, one of the world’s largest online travel agency, today released the Summer Trend Report 2015, an analysis of vacation ...

Relief India Trust’s success story of treating five-year old disabled girl

Relief India Trust (RIT), a NGO providing support to children belonging to lower income strata, has successfully treated a five-year old girl, who had severe injuries to her head and paralysis of the

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