New Delhi, Oct 12 : In an age of Instagram and capturing images on cellphones, photographer Ankit Chawla makes prints the old-fashioned way, producing stunning visuals of newborns, pregnant mothers and children on a variety of media and with a distinct vintage look, saying "you can't beat the moment an image appears".
New York, Oct 12 : The more individuals perceive themselves as "citizens of the world", the less they would contribute to public goods, says a new study.
New Delhi, Oct 12 : India's youth, like their counterparts elsewhere, are increasingly searching for their love online, thanks to a range of dating apps available on the internet.
New Delhi, Oct 11 : With increasing interest in health and fitness to counter the effects of a modern stress-filled lifestyle, various fusion and experimental fitness methods like aqua aerobics, with its "therapeutic" effects, have become a "growing trend", say experts.
New Delhi, Oct 10 : What if you visit a trendy restaurant and the answer to every query is "Yes Minister". Surprised? These words will surely be heard if you are at the multi-cuisine "Yes Minister" - where pulsating music, engaging games, innovative concoction of drinks and food greet visitors.
New Delhi, Oct 10 : Lets look for him in Gokul and Brindaban Or lets look for him in Barsana....
New Delhi, Oct 9 : Minimalism with maximum impact seems to be the quintessential essence that sets Neha Puri Dhir apart from the rest. Finely stitched and dyed multiple times, Dhir's canvas is the humble fabric that makes the medium more eye-catching. Her ongoing exhibition titled SHUNYA at the Visual Arts Gallery at India Habitat Centre is inspired by the innumerable possibilities offered by geometry.
London, Oct 9 : If you get distracted by a pretty face that floats into your field of view at workplace or while driving, do not feel guilty. Getting distracted by a face is natural so much so that even facial expressions can cause distraction, a new study finds.
Washington, Oct 9 : Crime dramas are not for a momentary thrill as people who watch television programmes in which sexual predators are punished may avoid sexual predatory behaviour in real life, a new study suggests.
London, Oct 9 : Men are most jealous of sexual infidelity but when it comes to women, emotional infidelity is what makes them the most jealous, reveals a study.
Srinagar, Oct 9 : As the marriage season peaks in Kashmir this autumn, the traditional Kashmiri Wazwan cuisine is being savoured at marriage parties with gusto these days.
New Delhi, Oct 9 : Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated across the country with fervour and reverence on October 2. The international community along with the United Nations too joined hands in celebrating this day as the "International Day of Non-Violence". The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon in his message reiterated the courage and determination of Mahatma Gandhi in achieving world peace "at a time of escalating conflicts, violent extremism, displacement and humanitarian need".
London, Oct 8 : Young female chimpanzees are smarter than males in object manipulation - seemingly in preparation for adult tool use - as they display greater diversity in manipulation, a study finds.
New York, Oct 8 : "Health buddies" on Facebook can inspire you to hit the gym or motivate you to do yoga in the neighbourhood park, resulting in a new, fitter you.
New York, Oct 8 : They may be impulsive, but narcissists are not as ready risk-takers as they are often made out to be, new research has found.
London, Oct 8 : Do you know that your digital activity betrays a lot about your culture, work schedules, leisure activities and sleep patterns? A new study finds that people tend to have their personal rhythm of digital activity.
New York, Oct 8 : A mere "black"-sounding name makes people imagine a larger, more dangerous person, finds a new study that explores racial bias and how people use their mind's eye to imagine someone as either threatening or high-status.
London, Oct 8 : The idea that most people would prefer to die at home is not as strong as previously thought, finds a study, suggesting that for some, the comfort of home is not always the best or preferred place to leave this world.
New Delhi, Oct 8 : He's a masterchef who has tempted food aficionados with his culinary skills for well over 20 years. No wonder then that when you visit a restaurant by Sanjeev Kapoor, you enter it with great expectations -- and it's a fulfilling experience for the taste buds and ambiance.
New York, Oct 7 : When it comes to perform better at the workplace or on the academic front, showing some "intellectual arrogance" and not "intellectual humility" will help you get better visibility and treatment, says a surprising study.
Washington D.C., Oct. 6 : A new study has revealed that teenage girls, who compulsively text are associated with poorer school performance than their male counterparts.
Washington D.C., Oct. 6 : A new study has revealed that when relationships at the place of work are good, both positive and negative humour by leaders can improve the employees' job satisfaction.
Washington D.C., Oct 6 : A new study has revealed that not just pregnant women, men who are about to become fathers also goes through lot of stress and depression.
London, Oct 5 : A man found the love of his life when he inadvertently logged into her Facebook account thanks to a technical glitch on the site.
New Delhi, Oct 3 : The life of Lord Krishna provides ethos, inspiration and devotion to many. The deity's influence on art is as entrenched and deep-rooted as the belief on his mythical life and times. Among the many art forms inspired by Krishna is the delightful, yet dying, Pichwais tradition.
London, Oct 3 : While a bit of encouragement or a small "thank you" can motivate workers to do simple tasks, such verbal praise for a complex task could rob employees of their inner drive, new research has found.
New Delhi, Oct 3 : Beer is the people's drink, they say and Germany, which is one of the world's biggest consumers of the alcoholic beverage, lives by that principle every year with the famed Oktoberfest. India, too, is not far behind in the festivities, as the "desi" version of the iconic volkfest is being celebrated in full swing in the national capital and its suburbs.
New York, Oct 3 : If a look at the piling dishes in the kitchen sink after a long day gives a headache, just take a deep breath and plunge into action! New research has found that washing dishes with full concentration may calm the mind and reduce your stress.
Washington D.C., Oct. 2 : A new study has revealed that lasting increases in income improve well-being, but extra work makes people more dissatisfied.
Washington, Oct 2 : Ever wondered why air crashes happen so frequently even with the best of pilots flying state-of-the-art automated jets? That's because humans are poor at monitoring tasks, according to a NASA-initiated study.
Toronto, Oct 2 : Have you ever realised that more than 80 percent of the names mentioned in the media are those of men? The more mentions a person receives in the media, the higher the chances are that this person is a man, a new study reveals.
New Delhi, Oct 2 : The world needs a paradigm shift towards universal peace.
New Delhi, Oct 2 : With technology fast becoming an integral part of people's lives, parenting has also undergone a sea change in the last few years. In nuclear families, parenting apps are helping couples raise their offspring in a much more efficient and secure way.
Toronto, Oct 1 : A majority of people who play Facebook game like FarmVille resort to cheating to advance their own scores and they think that it is all right to cheat in a social network game, new research suggests.
New York, Oct 1 : While millennials spend most of their budget for online media content on movies, television and music, a majority of them spare some amount for paid news content too, new research has found.
New York, Oct 1 : Positive relationship with siblings improves mental health and lowers the risk of engaging in risky behaviours during adolescence, suggests new research.
New York, Oct 1 : Constantly thinking about a potential sexual partner that you once met at your workplace or in the neighbourhood is more detrimental to committed relationships than current friends on Facebook, an interesting research has revealed.
Chandigarh, Oct 1 : Every evening, things change at the inner market in Chandigarh's upscale Sector 8. The regular shops wind up business around 8 p.m. and the shoppers are gone. But the whole place lights up to a different world as the eating shops go full steam and the foodies literally come in hordes to satisfy their taste buds and hunger pangs.
Srinagar, Sep 29 : Adjectives pitter-patter like a steady drizzle during my chat with three friends who have just returned from a trip to Ladakh in north India.
New York, Sep 30 : Attending to your smartphone while spending time with your partner may come at a far greater cost than you imagine as researchers have found that use of cellphone can ruin romantic relationships and increase levels of depression.
Kolkata, Sep 30 : If food could transport one back in time, then Nahoum and Sons, the 113-year-old Jewish bakery here undoubtedly takes the cake.
London, Sep 30 : Your tweets can reveal more than you intend to as researchers have found that it is possible to know a Twitter user's income level simply by looking at the words that he or she uses to post messages.
New Delhi, Sep 29 : The way you eat French fries can reveal bits about your personality!
Washington D.C., Sept 29 : A new study has revealed that men are more likely to be seen as creative thinkers than women.
London, Sep 29 : If you are generally positive about life and inspires others too to lead a happy life, chances are that you harbour a special set of brain connections not found in people with negative thoughts, researchers report.
New York, Sep 29 : It is possible to identify an individual's ancestral background based on his or her fingerprint characteristics, new research has found.
Washington. D.C., Sept. 29 : It seems getting that perfect selfie with your pets won't be a struggle anymore, thanks to the Pooch Selfie device.
New York, Sep 29 : People still tend to associate the ability to think creatively with stereotypical masculine qualities, says a new study.
Toronto, Sep 29 : Go check if your televisions set is fixed or placed properly as a toppled TV may cause injury to your toddler playing underneath or close to it. According to researchers, TV sets falling onto young children are causing an increasing number of severe neck and head injuries.
New York, Sep 29 : Broadband availability increased the incidence of racial hate crimes committed by lone-wolf perpetrators in the US during the period 2001-2008, say researchers, including one of Indian origin.
Washington D.C., Sept. 29: It's a delight for all the Oreo lovers as the master minds behind this delicious treat have revealed that they will soon unveil a new flavour.
New Delhi, Sep 28 : Three recent incidents in Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Telangana demonstrate improving levels of intelligence penetration of Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) ranks.
New Delhi, Sep 28 : Always wear a nude or beige colour brassiere under white outfits and use a paper clip to turn a brassiere into a racerback, says an expert.
London, Sep 28 : Can trimming out someone from your Facebook friends' list land you in the dock? In Tasmania it did, where a tribunal has ruled that 'unfriending' someone on Facebook amounts to workplace bullying.
New York, Sep 28 : Do you think you are special because you are creative? Well, this sense of entitlement can have some unpleasant side-effects, such as turning you into a liar and making you steal at the workplace, says a new study.
New York, Sep 27 : While exploring the news habits of millennials (those born after 1980), researchers have identified four distinct groups of news consumers among the teenage population.
Panaji, Sep 27 : At a barren paddy field near the picturesque Siridao beach, hundreds of crazed onlookers cry 'Rocky, Rocky', while another set amongst the audience shouts 'Rambo, Rambo' as two bulls ram their giant heads against each other again and again.
New Delhi, Sep 26 : Male rights groups working for "gender-neutral" family laws on Saturday demanded implementation of the Law Commission of India recommendations to make shared parenting mandatory.
Washington D.C., Sept. 26 : Your dream of working from home or an exotic location might just come true as a start-up founder encourages his staff to get out of the office, explore the world and work from the place of their choice.
New York, Sep 26 : With more and more free porn websites bombarding the internet, men are increasingly becoming more accepting of online porn but women remain more opposed to pornography, a significant study has revealed.