London, May 23 : A team of international researchers has evaluated the pivotal relationship that exists between mankind and fire, hoping it would help policymakers "reassess their attitudes" towards how to deal with fire in the natural world.
Toronto, May 23 : If you are never tired of posting selfies on Facebook and Instagram, it is time to sit back and look at your face carefully. According to the researchers, most people who post regular selfies are not attractive and overestimate their beauty which may make them narcissists.
One of the fondest memories of my early teenage days was scrounging for music CDs at stores. At that time, I was completely oblivious about the internet and didn't even own a computer. The notion of high-speed online music streaming and searching for music on smartphone apps was still like a dystopian dream.
London, May 21 : Every time a cow burps or farts, it belches out methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that is 25 times as potent as carbon dioxide and now, a team of researchers wants to fight it to save the world.
Washington D.C, May 21 : Turns out, women watch more porn after getting married, while the opposite is the case for men
London, May 21 : Sexual conflict between males and females can lead to changes in the shape of their genitals, finds a new research conducted on burying beetles.
New York, May 21 : Men with genetic make up linked to social dominance and leadership are seen as more desirable romantic partners by members of the opposite sex, a study says.
Here are some of the recipes for Gadre Premium Seafood by Michelin Star Chef Vikas Khanna. Crab Sticks is one of the signature product of the company.
About 350 people die every day on India's roads - more than any other country - with those under 18 and two-wheeler riders most vulnerable, according to various data.
New Delhi, May 20 : As the mercury levels are soaring in north India, being out in the sweltering heat can result in heat stroke which can be extremely harmful, even fatal, says an expert.
New Delhi, May 20 : Polish your shoes well, go for shoe rotation and more to keep your footwear in good condition, says an expert.
New Delhi, May 20 : Are you a stylish male wondering which hair cut to go for this season or just what is trending? Danish Batra Founder, Hair Masters Luxury Salon, Punjabi Bagh, Ashok Vihar, Chandigarh shares tips for men on their hair styles in this summer-monsoon season.
Washington, May 20 : The average age at which a child can get his or her first smartphone has now come down to 10.3 years, media said on Friday.
New Delhi, May 20 : The consumption of whisky in its traditional avatar has long been in vogue in the country, but whisky cocktails are also gaining popularity as more Indians are travelling overseas and experiencing international drinking trends.
Washington D.C, May 20 : People with intellectual disabilities are more likely to fall prey to the social media predators, according to a recent study.
New York, May 20 : People with intellectual disabilities or those extremely social and trusting are more susceptible to exploitation and abuse on social media platforms like Facebook, researchers have revealed.
I never used to be a risk-taker but then I had children who would play in the park and say things like: "Daddy, close your eyes and open your mouth." You soon learn what true courage is.
Washington D.C, May 19 : There are many paths to success, but the significance of grit in helping you reach that goal has been greatly overstated, according to an Iowa State University psychologist.
Toronto, May 19 : Parents, please take note! Researchers have found that the more time teenagers spend splitting their attention between various devices such as their phones, video games or TV, the lower their test scores in maths and English tend to be.
Toronto, May 19 : The perception that you are smart and funny, and therefore have more following on Facebook may be wrong, as according to a new study on online social media networks "our friends really have more friends than we do".
Washington D.C, May 19 : In this digitally-ruled world, checking social media while watching TV or online shopping while on the phone has become a norm. According to a recent study, this type of media multitasking can be hindering your kid's performance at school.
Washington D.C, May 19 : If you think you're pretty popular, then you may want to rethink your life, as according to a new study, you aren't.
New Delhi, May 18 : Taking precaution is the best way to deal with the problems that harsh ultraviolet rays can cause to your skin and hair, says an expert.
London, May 18 : Don't pluck that flower at night for the plant might be sleeping after a long day in the sun, suggests new research that measured the changes in the shape of plants during the day and night cycle.
New York, May 18 : Your happiness in a relationship and how much energy you devote to maintain that relationship depend on how the partner compares with other potential mates you may have, suggests new research.
New Delhi, May 18 : Smartphone shipments are on the decline globally. Devices launched with same features and specifications and price cuts are so far unable to make a visible impact. So what is going to drive the sales numbers? The answer is content, and global and Indian internet-based video streaming service providers have spruced up efforts to woo the Indian consumers.
Washington D.C, May 18 : A team of researchers has discovered new insights into what is behind the most iconic feature of the world's tallest land animal, the giraffe.
Washington D.C, May 18 : Not everyone has a work schedule that resembles the traditional nine-to-five day and now, a recent study has revealed how a shift job can affect your cognitive functions.
Mumbai, May 17 : Wear hair in braids and avoid frequent hair wash to maintain your hair during summer time, says an expert.
Washington D.C., May 17 : According to a recent study, youths who use social media are more likely to develop a "pick-and-choose" approach to customise their faith, regardless of what their religious tradition teaches, than those who do not use social media.
Washington, D.C., May 17 : According to a new study, children's brains respond more strongly to the mother's voice than the voices of women they do not know.
New York, May 17 : In spite of their knowledge of medical treatment and outcomes, doctors do not die differently than everyone else. They are likely to spend as much time in hospitals in the last months of life as we do, a new research has found.
New Delhi, May 16 : Work on the eyes, highlight your cheek bones and contour your face well with bronzer to get the perfect 'mommy to be' look, says an expert.
By Somdatta Saha, New Delhi, May 16 : Pregnancy is one of the most precious period for a woman which is marked with babyshower. Hence every woman dreams for a perfect look to celebrate it.
New Delhi, May 16 : After a long, tiring day at work, all we look forward is to unwind, have a chilled drink and maybe a nibble or two. Located next to the hustle and bustle of corporate Connaught Place is Informal, and as the name suggests, this is the place office-goers should visit to leave behind the hurdles of work.
Washington D.C, May 15 : A new research has examined how consumers' beliefs about karma influence their responses to charitable appeals in advertising.
Beijing, May 15 : At times when we want something and things are unavailable, we end up picking the closest substitute. But a new study suggests that we would be better off and happy picking something that is not-so-similar alternative.
New York, May 15 : With the world growing increasingly social with a large number of people connecting online, privacy management has become a more collaborative issue, finds a new research.
Interviewer: "And exactly how much leadership experience do you have?" Me: "Does being admin of a Whatsapp list count? Because I had 20 names on one before I accidentally deleted it." He wasn't impressed by that or anything else I said. Some folks have the gift of the gab and some don't.
Washington D.C, May 14 : A new study has found that the girls from progressive societies do better at mathematics.
Washington D.C, May 14 : If you want to hold on to your memories, then hit the sack for some deep sleep as a new study suggests so.
Melbourne, May 14 : It's not just the size and how they are cut, women's and men's shirts also differ in how they are oriented.
New York, may 13: When you lead a busy life and don't have time to cook a well balanced meal, it can be challenge to eat healthy and maintain an optimal body weight.
New York, May 13 : A sixth sense can keep a driver safe even when he or she is absent-minded or emotionally-charged but not when they text while on the wheels, a team of US researchers has found.
New Delhi, May 13 : Turn to chilled rose water, sesame seeds, dried mint leaves, honey and cucumber juice to decode the secret of glowing skin, says beauty expert Shahnaz Husain.
New York, May 13 : When applying for a job, women seek positions with fewer applicants than men - a factor that could partly explain why we see fewer of them in the corporate boardrooms, new research suggests.
London, May 13 : Having a good job along with a satisfied professional status is what people want in their early 30s, says a study, adding that the higher the income, the less likely it is that that the individual will become lonely.
Washington D.C, May 13 : A new study has suggested that a "sixth sense" that prevents distracted drivers steering into danger gets interrupted when we text at the wheel, which results in accidents.
New Delhi, May 12 : Want to sip cocktails of different countries? How about indulging in some heavenly cocktails across the globe at home? This summer, check out these recipes by Nick Ord, a Diageo liquid expert with United Spirits Ltd.
New Delhi, May 12 : The role of a woman has immensely changed over the last couple of decades. Today's woman is educated and well-informed. She is versatile and efficiently multitasks and balances work and home. She is conscious about her looks and also of her health and fitness. In spite of a hectic demanding lifestyle, she has to look youthful, healthy and fit.
New Delhi, May 12 : With the market booming with international brands like Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Michael Kors, there are a lot of fakes which are selling like hot cake too. But with a little care, you can escape getting cheated.
New York, May 12 : A sixth sense steadies drivers' hands and helps them stay on track, even when they are absent-minded or emotionally upset, except when they are engaged in texting on their mobile phones, a study says.
New Delhi, May 12 : Stained or yellow nails are appealing. Prepare a mixture of glycerine, rose water and lemon juice, eat well and more to get white nails, says an expert.
Washington D.C, May 12 : When climate took a turn towards the cold around 40,000 years ago, it doomed Neanderthals, according to a recent study.
Washington D.C, May 12 : As per a team of researchers, boosting a teen's ability to cope with online risks, rather than trying to stop them from using the Internet, may be a better parental strategy for keeping them safe.
Washington D.C, May 12 : Logging on to social media sites frequently throughout the week puts you at a greater risk of developing eating and body image concerns, suggests a recent study.
London, May 11 : There is good news for mango lovers! You may soon be able to tell how ripe a mango is without having to taste it as researchers have identified a way to "sniff" the ripeness of the fruit.
Washington, D.C., May 11 : A new study has found the perceptions of fairness changes can alter the health of employees at work places. For instance, those who experienced more fairness on average over the period reported better health.
Washington D.C., May 11 : When we don't get what we want, we settle for the second best instead of picking the closest substitute. But, a new study has suggested that we would be better off picking a not-so-similar alternative.
Washington D.C., May 11 : A recent study has revealed that the bad experiences a person has can make him strongly remember the negative content itself, but only weakly remember the surrounding context in the brain.