New Delhi, March 31 : Summer season brings along various skin related problems including rashes, tanning and sunburn. From following the essential routine of cleansing, toning and moisturizing to maintaing a healthy diet, expert suggests various tips of taking care of yourself in the hot and humid weather.
New York, March 31 : Low family income can affect the brain development of children, new research says.
London, March 31 : For veterinary doctors, here is a sound piece of advice: Play some classical music when clinically evaluating cats as they love to relax when some classical compositions are in the air.
Washington, March 31 : Kids who sip drinks now and then, tend to start drinking earlier than those who don't.
Washington, Mar 31 : A new study has revealed that prolactin, the hormone that stimulates milk production in nursing mothers, fosters bond between parents.
Washington, Mar 31 : A new research has demonstrated that e-cigarettes are being accessed by teenagers who are both smokers and non-smokers.
New York, March 31 : An apple a day will not only keep the doctor away but may also keep the pharmacist away! This is because apple eaters are likely to use fewer prescription medications, a new study says.
New York, March 31 : It's loony to blame the full moon for things going crazy at hospital emergency rooms or in birth wards as moon has nothing to do with the timing of human births or hospital admissions, shows a research.
New York, March 31 : A hormone known for stimulating milk production in nursing mothers also promotes love making between parents, says a new research.
By Satish Agnihotri : The low and declining sex ratio in the country is no longer a subject matter of debate or doubt. The child (0-6 years) sex ratio has declined from 962 in 1981 to 945 in 1991, 927 in 2001 and to 918 in 2011. If we had the same sex ratio in 2011 as in 1981 we would have had 3.9 million more girls. This is the number of girl children that have been eliminated. The danger is real and present and needs urgent response.
Washington, Mar 30 : A new research has revealed that younger motorists and females were more likely to use their cell phones while driving than the older motorists and males.
Washington, Mar 30 : A new study has suggested that people are hardwired to fall out of love and move onto new romantic relationships.
Washington, Mar 30 : A new research has found that parents usually misunderstand their healthy child is an obese child or not and ignore the official parameters.
Wellington, Mar 30 : A new study has shed light on children's TV habits suggesting that traditional television is still how most of the children surveyed consumed media.
Nuremberg (Germany)/Kolkata, March 30 : People in India and Ukraine spend just over 13 hours a week cooking, compared to the international average of less than six and a half hours each week, a study revealed on Monday.
London, March 30 : Allowing workers to choose the slot of hours they want to work in is good for their well-being, says a study from Loughborough University, England.
New York, March 30 : Women who are passionately in love idealise their partners' faces, according to a new study which tried to find out how love affects people's perception of their partners' appearances.
London, March 30 : If your girlfriend insists on clicking her selfie from the right-hand side, then she is not alone. Women ensure that the camera always captures their best side -- and almost half of women say that they will always turn a particular way when confronted with a camera.
By Fakir Mohan Pradhan, Research Associate, Institute for Conflict Management : The Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) has owned responsibility for a series of violent actions in Kerala towards the end of 2014 and beginning 2015, for which authorities had earlier 'suspected' Maoist involvement. In the latest issue ofPeople's March (Vol.13, No 3, Jan-March 2015), the Maoists claim,
By S. Binodkumar Singh, Research Associate, Institute for Conflict Management : On March 30, 2015, 41 people including 35 cadres of Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M)-led 30-party alliance, five Policemen and one minor were injured in clashes between Police and demonstrators during the lathi (baton) rally organized by the alliance across the country against attempts to draft the Constitution through the majority voting process, instead of consensus.
Patna, March 30 : This is one problem that has sent train drivers scurrying for cover -- a monkey that has attacked three of them in Bihar's West Champaran district after a train overran another monkey.
London, March 30 : Parents of obese children may not be able to recognise that their kid is overweight unless they are at very extreme levels of obesity, new research led by an Indian-origin scientist shows.
Toronto, March 29 : Bill alerts from mobile phone companies in your email or via SMS are meant to inform you when you are about to exceed their plan limit and make the things better. But just the opposite may be happening, find researchers.
Kuala Lumpur, March 29 : A video survey conducted by a television channel has shown Malaysia's ethnic Indian men saying that they will not marry rape victims.
New York, March 29 : A century-old belief that high daylight levels in schools could prevent short sight or myopia may be true even today, suggests a study.
New York, March 29 : If you thought you can trick yourself into eating less if you use a smaller plate, you are wrong, warns a new study.
New York, March 29 : Among birds the world over, natural selection - during migration, breeding in subtropical locales and care of young - is as powerful as sexual selection, researchers have found.
By Vikas Datta : A realm of unimaginable riches or knowledge, or where time stands still and aging stops... mankind always had a penchant for dreaming up places like Atlantis, El Dorado, Shangri-La, Iram of the Pillars and the like and then making huge efforts to find them. Conversely, some actual places achieved fabled status due to hazy information - like this African city, once an unparalleled hub of knowledge and trade but now a forgotten and impoverished backwater, though ending up in the English language as a synonym for any mysterious but outlandish place.
London, March 28 : Playing music by professional musicians can enhance the activity of genes involved in motor functions learning and memory, a new study has found.
By Veturi Srivatsa : All the talk of heart and mind on the eve of the India-Australia semifinal was nothing but an expression of the lurking fear that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will, after all, not be returning with the cricket World Cup he had won four years ago.
By Amulya Ganguli : If Rahul Gandhi is in retreat in a Buddhist monastery in Myanmar, as rumours have it, then he can be said to be imitating, in part, the Sakya prince who left home and hearth 2,500 years ago to find out the meaning of life.
New York, March 28 : Besides satisfying your appetite, the food that you love the most can also make you feel connected socially when you feel lonely, says a study.
By Saeed Naqvi : The stunning victory of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on February 10 in Delhi coincided with the global liberal order in disarray.
London, March 27 : Foraging bats obey their own set of 'traffic rules', chasing, turning and avoiding collisions at high speed, reveals a new research.
Washington, March 27 : A new study carried out by a team of US researchers has identified the psychological roots of certain social deviant behaviours, pinpointing them as caused by discrimination due to race, gender or belonging to a certain group.
By Imran Khan, Gaya (Bihar), March 27 : A group of beggars in this Bihar town has opened their own bank, which they run and manage to provide financial security in times of crisis.
New York, March 27, : Gender stereotypes about women's ability in mathematics negatively impact their performance, says a new study from Indiana University (IU) in the US.
London, March 27 : Scientists have found evidence that contradicts the dominant theory of our evolution - that our genus, Homo, evolved from small bodied early humans to become the taller, heavier and longer legged Homo erectus that was able to migrate beyond Africa and colonise Eurasia.
New York, March 27 : High-fat diet can affect brain health and promote changes in your behaviour, including increased anxiety, impaired memory, and repetitive behaviour, warns a new study.
By M.R. Narayan Swamy : As Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins to build a relationship with Sri Lanka's new leadership, the one thing he needs to be wary of is the extremist Tamil position in the island nation.
By Nury Vittachi : I so hate that Eminem song that uses a police siren as an instrument. Every time it's on the car radio I have a heart attack. Why are the police following me and why can't I see them?
Washington, Mar.26 : Rarity of interfaith marriage has been recently explained by the assumptions on the open-mindedness.
Melbourne, March 26 : Across a number of faiths and cultures, people tend to date and marry others who share their religious beliefs. This is due to inferences about religious people's personalities, reveals a new study.
London, March 26 : Noisy and cramped conditions in trains, planes and airports are discouraging many commuters and business people from working while travelling, new research shows.
New York, March 26 : If you are on photo-sharing app Snapchat, make sure that you don't share your more intimate photos and posts with friends.
New York, March 26 : People are hardwired to fall out of love and move onto new romantic relationships, shows research from Saint Louis University.
London, March 26 : Better education may help you earn more, but it may not make you a lot happier than those with low educational attainment, a new study claims.
Melbourne, March 25 : If you are looking for a job change, you may be glad of this survey which offers the top most questions that may be asked at interviews this year.
Washington, March 25 : When we look at a known word, our brain sees it like a picture, not a group of letters needing to be processed, reveals a new research.
Washington, Mar.25 : Buying breast milk online is dangerous and puts babies' health at risk, warned experts.
Melbourne, Mar.25 : A woman claims to have the best sex ever of her life with a tree named Tim and she plans to marry him.
Wellington, Mar 25 : A one of a kind teapot racing will feature at the CubaDupa festival in Wellington where ten converted teapots from various Steampunk groups around New Zealand will tackle the obstacle course.
New York, March 25 : Ever wondered why many people prefer handmade products over machine made ones, especially when gifting one to a dear one? It's because handmade product exude warmth and a sense of love, says a new study.
New York, March 25 : Researchers from the Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered a biological clue that could help explain why some drinkers develop a dependence on alcohol while others do not.
By Sheikh Qayoom, Srinagar, March 25 : Hardly anyone among the younger generation of Kashmiris would know what is a 'Shab Deg' and yet the mere mention of the word triggers nostalgia and tickles the taste buds of middle and elderly people even today.
London, March 25 : Children as young as five are less likely to help a person in need when other children are present and available to help, new research shows.
New York, March 24 : While healthy individuals find it very difficult to resist the temptation of a mouth-watering delicacy, especially when they are hungry, anorexics face no such trouble as hunger does not increase their intensity of food rewards, says a new study.
London, March 24 : Do you force your kids to spend too much time on maths and science? Researchers have found that just an hour of homework can produce very good results.
Washington, March 24 : A new device launched yesterday will help people to keep track of things they would hate to lose.
By Giriraj Bhattacharjee, Research Assistant, Institute for Conflict Management : Insurgencies in India's Northeast have seen repeated cycles of reverses and resurgence. Most States in the region remain poorly governed and, on a wide range of parameters.