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Inspired by ‘Manikarnika’? Here are 10 lesser known warrior queens of India

Inspired by ‘Manikarnika’? Here are 10 lesser known warrior queens of India

As Manikarnika is all set to release tomorrow, we list down 10 warrior queens of India whose stories of bravery and courage will both ins...Read More

Using Facebook for news could narrow range of sources

Using Facebook for news could narrow range of sources

New York: People who seek out news from social media may have less diverse sources of information and are at higher risk of becoming trap...Read More

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Universe on the brink of collapse?

London: The universe may one day collapse and everything in it – including the Earth – will be compressed into a small, super hot hard ba...Read More

New compound reduces joint inflammation in arthritis

New compound reduces joint inflammation in arthritis

Washington: Researchers have developed a compound that can significantly reduce joint inflammation in animal models of rheumatoid arthrit...Read More

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Viewing news of trauma worse than experiencing it: study

Washington: After the Boston marathon bombings, people who spent six hours a day scouring media for updates were more traumatised than th...Read More

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39 genes behind alcoholism identified

Washington: Hooked on alcohol? Your genes may be to blame!

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Scientists build world’s most accurate clock

Washington: Scientists claim to have developed the world’s most precise clock made from the element ytterbium, whose ticking rate varies ...Read More

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Human foot not as unique as originally thought

London: Mechanisms of the human foot are not as unique as originally thought and have much more in common with the flexible feet of other...Read More

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New camera clicks sharpest ever pics of night sky

Washington: A new type of camera snaps the sharpest images of the night sky than ever before, achieving image resolution that could see a...Read More

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Blame mom for your wrinkles!

Washington: Our mothers’ genes may be responsible for how quickly we grow old, according to a new study which found that moms can pass on...Read More

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Schizophrenia symptoms tied to faulty brain ‘switch’

London: Psychotic symptoms such as voices in the head or hallucinations experienced by people with schizophrenia could be caused by a fau...Read More

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NASA recycles spacecraft to hunt for asteroids

Washington: A hibernating NASA spacecraft has been called back into service to identify potentially hazardous near-Earth objects and sear...Read More

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Playing video games can boost brain power

London: Certain types of video games can train the brain to become more agile and improve strategic thinking, scientists have found.

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When India travel makes you a `high threat’!

Washington: South Asians in America have reacted with a sense of horror at a US Defence Department online security training test that pro...Read More

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Ageing gene may be behind blood cancer

London: A defective gene that influences ageing may lead to blood cancer by boosting the ability of tumour cells to survive, a new study ...Read More

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Galaxies had ‘mature’ shapes 11.5 billion years ago

Washington: Mature-looking galaxies existed much earlier than previously thought, when the universe was only about 2.5 billion years old,...Read More

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Four cups of coffee a day may shorten lifespan: study

Washington: Drinking four cups of coffee a day may endanger health in under-55s, a large study on over 40,000 individuals has claimed.

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Facebook use may make you gloomy

Washington: Facebook helps people feel connected, but at the same time using the social networking site makes them unhappy, a new study s...Read More

Celebrate I-day, go for tricolour food, clothes

Celebrate I-day, go for tricolour food, clothes

New Delhi: Independence Day craze has caught on in a big way. Restaurants, fashion designers and e-commerce websites are offering tri-col...Read More

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Brain scans may help diagnose dyslexia

Washington: Brain scans may help diagnose people with the common reading disorder dyslexia, a new study suggests.Dyslexia is usually diag...Read More

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