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Ants and Plants- An Example of Mutual Co-operation

We often ignore various things present around us because their presence does not seem important to us. Ant is also a great example of that. Ants sometimes do impressive job by protecting the plants from enemies. There is a plant named Cordia Nodosa in Peru and there is an ant species known as Allomerus octoarticulatus in Amazon.

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  • Human V/S Robots at Workplace in Future
    23 Sep 17

    With rapid changes in technologies the machines are replacing men at workplace as they insure accuracy in work and saves time. A set of habitual behaviour, cognitions and emotional activities that evolve from biological and environmental factors is called personality. As robots are coming into us.. Show more

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  • Recording and Animating of Dreams Will Change Future
    22 Sep 17

    34th Annual Conference of the International Association was conducted in Anaheim, California. The conference was on the Study of Dreams. Inspiring researchers and clinicians who have worked on the field of dreams witnessed this conference.

    Daniel Oldis who is a lucid dreaming a.. Show more

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  • 'Slow Motion' Earthquakes in New Zealand
    21 Sep 17

    An Earthquake is a natural phenomenon that occurs when sudden energy is released by earth. It typically causes great destruction, as a result of movements within the earth's crust or volcanic action. There is a kind of slow motion earthquake that occurs over days to weeks be considered to be able.. Show more

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  • A Balance Amount of Folic Acid to Lower the Risk of Autism
    20 Sep 17

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  • Delhi’s Forgotten Historical Gems
    19 Sep 17

    Delhi has given shelter to everyone and it’s a place full of historical monuments. These places remind us the stories of ancient times and early India. It’s often called a best .. Show more

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  • An Eye on Earth- Search of Hidden Worlds
    18 Sep 17

    A group of scientists from Queen's University Belfast and the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Germany have come out with a new discovery that find out that how an alien observer can able to detect our Earth using our own techniques. They found that at least nine planets are well.. Show more

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  • Builder of Lutyens’ Delhi: Sir Sobha Singh
    17 Sep 17

    Sardar Bahadur Sir Sobha Singh was the father of well-known Indian writer Khushwant Singh. He was a civil contractor and leading builder of Lutyens’ Delhi and real estate owner of Delhi. He was born in a small village lura Hadalji in Khushab, Shahpur District which was a part of British Ind.. Show more

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  • Brain Stimulation; a Boon for Children with Learning Difficulties
    16 Sep 17

    Maths is something that most of the children find challenging and thus it’s become essential to help those with difficulties to learn better. The learning capacity of children depends upon the different educational and cultural backgrounds, and the developmental conditions. Now-a-days a tec.. Show more

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  • Reduced Navigational Skills- A Sign of Neurodegenerative Disease
    15 Sep 17

    A human mind performs a number of functions all the day, even when we are sleeping. With the help of our mind, we are able to live a normal life. Navigation is a technique to focus on the process of monitoring and controlling the movement from one place to another. Ageing affects the capacity of .. Show more

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  • Machine-learning Earthquake Prediction in Lab
    14 Sep 17

    The vibrating of the surface of the Earth, resulting from the sudden release of some kind of hidden energy in the Earth's lithosphere that creates seismic waves is termed as earthquake. Predicting the earthquakes accurately has always been a challenge for scientists. A fault is a fracture or zone.. Show more

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  • Enjoy the Benefits of Practicing Yin Yoga
    13 Sep 17

    The Yin Yoga is conceptualized out of Taoist concept of yin and yang. It means opposite and complementary principles in nature. Yin is all about stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of things while yang is about changing, moving and revealing aspect. Our body has both yin and yang components.

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  • White Revolution and Its Impacts on Indian Economy
    12 Sep 17

    India is a vast South Asian country with diverse terrain and a huge population. It is suggested by the experts that the population is growing faster than other populous nations. As per the experts, the population boom could pose cert.. Show more

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  • The Wrap up Journey of Cassini
    11 Sep 17

    In an endeavour to unfold the mysteries of Saturn NASA launched “Cassini” orbiter on Oct. 15, 1997. It is a joint project of NASA, the European and the Italian space agency. In 2008, Cassini successfully completed its four years of initial mission and continued its journey until now.<.. Show more

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  • The Padma Bhushan Awardee Shiv Nadar
    10 Sep 17

    The Indian industrialist and philanthropist, Shiv Nadar, is the founder and chairman of HCL and the popular Shiv Nadar Foundation. The HCL was founded by Nadar in mid-1970s. He transformed the IT hardware company into an IT enterprise within a span of three decades. He was consistent in reinventi.. Show more

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  • ADHD, Really a Sleep Related Issue?
    09 Sep 17

    ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. A disorder characterized by a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity/impulsivity that occurs in academic, occupational, or social settings. Not to complicate much, it simply means not being able to concentrate on anything i.. Show more

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  • Why People Yawn Even If They Are Not Tired?
    08 Sep 17

    Is it true that yawning is transferable? With the help of a new study the scientists at the University of Nottingham have come up with an answer. As per the experts, the human propensity for contagious yawning is.. Show more

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  • Creation of ‘Death Clouds’ of Fungal Spores Killing Gypsy Moths
    07 Sep 17

    A new Cornell study stated that a fungus can kill the populations of gypsy moths. It has the capacity to create ‘death clouds’ of spores which can travel for more than 40 miles. The death clouds of spores can potentially infect populations of invasive moths.

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  • “Anti-Inflammatory Therapy” a Ray of Hope for Lung Cancer
    06 Sep 17

    Lung cancer is caused by “Smoke” however; even a non-smoker can have the cancer by exposure to second hand smoke. Other exposures at the workplace, like asbestos, diesel particles or other chemicals can also cause cancers. As lung cancer doesn’t reflect o.. Show more

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  • Read Here! Scientists’ Views on Purchasing Habits of People
    05 Sep 17

    Recently scientists have conducted a study that stated, people who are extraverted and on low incomes buy more luxury goods than their introverted peers. They do it to compensate for the experience of low financial status. As per the psychologists, people living on a low income often feel low and.. Show more

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  • Jupiter’s Moon Io Found with Lava Waves
    04 Sep 17

    Scientists have really contributed in education news by spotting two lava waves on Jupiter’s moon. They detected the two massive waves which were sweeping across the largest lava lake on the planet’s moon Io. Io is the most volcanically active body in our solar system.

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  • No One Can Forget the Pioneer of Pop Dance: Michael Jackson
    03 Sep 17

    The American singer, songwriter and dancer, Michael Joseph Jackson, is also remembered as “King of Pop”. He was the best-selling music artist at the time of his death. He was one of the most popular entertainers in the world. He received a lot of recognition and became a global figure.. Show more

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  • Surprising! Sambhar’s Origin is Not from Southern India
    02 Sep 17

    Sambhar is almost everyone’s favorite and is believed to be a dish from South India. Sambhar which is so intrinsic to Tamil Nadu cuisine can actually track its origin to Maratha ruler Shivaji’s son. It is known that Shivaji’s son Sambhaji once attempted to make a dal for himself.. Show more

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  • Are You Aware About Johari Window?
    01 Sep 17

    Have you ever imagined that there could be a pattern that can help you to improve relationships? Let us introduce an old technique, popularly known as The Johari Window. This unique technique is created by combining two words that are Joseph Luft (1916–2014) and Harrington Ingham (1916.. Show more

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  • More Places to be Affected by Earthquakes
    31 Aug 17

    Earthquakes occur half a million times each year worldwide. This has been estimated by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Most of the earthquakes are too small that will rattle your teacup. But there are some earthquakes which can create havoc like the 2011 quake off the coast of Japan or last ye.. Show more

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  • Gene Therapy Can Fight Several Allergies
    30 Aug 17

    A team of scientists at the UQ Diamantina Institute has successfully 'turn-off' the immune response which causes an allergic reaction in animals. The study was led by Associate Professor Ray Steptoe. The scientists stated that when people have an allergy and asthma erupt, the symptoms they experi.. Show more

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  • New Rs 200 Note in India Issued By RBI
    29 Aug 17

    Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued the much awaited Rs 200 denomination notes on 25th August, 2017. This happened for the first time in the history of India that the Central Bank issued a 200 denomination currency note. The new yellow colored 200 note is available at the selected offic.. Show more

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  • Icy Moon Tethys Illuminated by Saturn Shine
    28 Aug 17

    Cassini Spacecraft captured the night side of icy moon Tethys that was illuminated by the shine of Saturn or by the sunlight reflection by Saturn. With respect to Cassini, Tethys was located far side of the Saturn. If an observer looks upward from the moon’s surface towards Cassini, then th.. Show more

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  • Fascinating Facts about the Best Hockey Player Dhyan Chand
    27 Aug 17

    Dhyan Chand is universally contemplated as the best hockey player of all time. He played an essential role in India winning three consecutive Olympic gold medals in 1928, 1932 and 1936. Chand’s goal scoring talent was exception.. Show more

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  • Unique Molecular Signature Gifted in Premature Births
    26 Aug 17

    It is found that the pre mature births develop such kind of brain that tries cellular approach to face interrupted development. The cerebellum of an infant gets a distinct molecular structure. One in 10 US babies are affected by premature birth and it is linked to altered metabolite profiles in c.. Show more

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  • Children Can Be More Creative if Parents Gift Them with Learning Material
    25 Aug 17

    Experts have suggested that parents should provide children with learning materials such as books and toys. As per the suggestion, learning material engage children in meaningful conversations during infancy and toddlerhood are likely to develop early cognitive skills. Along with this, these cogn.. Show more

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  • The Toxic Air of Delhi is Now Less Harmful
    24 Aug 17

    A recent study has found that the ultrafine particulates constituting Delhi’s air which are mainly PM2.5 and PM10 are comparatively less harmful chemical components. The study was undertaken by Scientist Gufran Beig who was a project director of System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting.. Show more

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  • Dosing Antibiotics in Poultry Farms Harms Humans
    23 Aug 17

    A new study has warned that love for chicken delicacies involves high risk of health issues. The threat not only surrounds India but the entire world. An Indo-American study tells that Punjab is famous for its large and extremely crowded poultry farms. These may be developing ‘super bugs&rs.. Show more

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  • Now Solar Energy Will Be Used in Golden Temple’s Langar
    22 Aug 17

    Recently a Mumbai based Enpar Group has provided Punjab Energy Development Agency with an offer to donate a solar-powered steam cooking system. Golden Temple’s Guru Ram Das Langar Hall is the biggest commun.. Show more

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  • Earth May Appeared As Gigantic Spheres of Warm Mud
    21 Aug 17

    A new study on Earth suggested that it started as huge balls of warm mud and not as rocky asteroids. Earlier it was viewed by scientists that the planet Earth was built from rocky asteroids. In fact it’s not even Earth, but other planets in our solar system too have a possibility of being o.. Show more

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  • Mātā Amṛtānandamayī Devī: Our Loving Amma
    20 Aug 17

    “She has different names; some call her Devi and other calls her Amma (Mother). ”Mātā Amṛtānandamayī Devī is a well known spiritual guru from southern India. 58 years old loving Amma is usually famous as the "hugging sain.. Show more

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  • Fabric-Based Sensor Bringing Revolution into Fitness World
    19 Aug 17

    A new soft, stretchy fabric – based sensor has been developed by a team of scientists that has the potential to transform any piece of clothing into a fitness tracker. The sensitive sensor moves and flexes along with the person’s body to accurately detect any sort of movement.

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  • Aristotle and His Philosophical Journey
    18 Aug 17

    The well known Greek philosopher Aristotle is famous for his contribution of both symbolic logic and scientific thinking to Western philosophy. He had a huge role in making advances in the branch of philosophy known as metaphysics, moving away from the idealism of his mentor Plato to a more exper.. Show more

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  • Reduce Pollution with No Negative Influence on GDP
    17 Aug 17

    The new study has found regulation which will help in reducing pollution efficiently. The regulation will also not negatively affect GDP. A new research shows that the air pollution policy can reduce the extent to which population growth in urban cities causes an increase in pollution emissions. .. Show more

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  • Meet Checkpoints on T Cells to Attack Tumors
    16 Aug 17

    A research report showed the checkpoint inhibitors that can fire up various types of T cells to attack tumors. In detail it can be explained as there are cancer immunotherapies that are able to block two different checkpoints on T cells. It launches immune attacks on cancer by expanding different.. Show more

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  • One Mistake That Every Shopaholic Does
    15 Aug 17

    Contain yourselves people, because we’ve got all the secrets and insider suggestions that are freshly discovered by the experts.

    As per a recent study consumers make poor purchase decisions.  Michael Tsiros, professor of marketing at the University Show more

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  • Telepresence Will Definitely Revolutionize Scientific Exploration
    14 Aug 17

     A new virtual approach to scientific exploration has been disclosed by researchers. This new approach to science in space is called by them as exploration telepresence. Recently, Apollo astronauts on the moon spoke with Mission Control on Earth. There was an observable time gap between a st.. Show more

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  • Let’s Meet the Father of Amazing Science
    13 Aug 17

    When you think about famous scientists, those who changed the world and things you probably didn’t know, which are the few names that pop up in your mind? Few of them are CV Raman, Homi J. Bhabha, Visvesvaraya and many more. However, besides all these well-known names, Sir Shanti Swaroop Bh.. Show more

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  • Enjoy the Advantages of Kitchen Garden
    12 Aug 17

    Kitchen Garden is the need of the hour of every house. We all have some free space in our houses like balcony, courtyard or terrace which could be easily used to craft a kitchen garden. There are multitudes of advantages of keeping a kitchen garden that can be very beneficial for health.

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  • A Neutron Is Capable of What You Earlier Believed
    11 Aug 17

    Scientists have found new capabilities of a neutron. A team from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory joined hand with industry partners to perform the test.

    The scientists tried to discover whether a high-performance alloy that is promising for automotive applications.. Show more

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  • Beware! Exposure to Ozone Can Cause Cardiovascular Diseases
    10 Aug 17

    A new study of Chinese adults came across the risks involved in health changes due to exposure towards ozone. Ozone pollution can lead to impaired lung function that can cause cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, high blood pressure and stroke. The study was performed on 89 healthy adult.. Show more

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  • Epinephrine for Children Suffering from Asthma
    09 Aug 17

    As per the researchers, Asthma is a common long-term inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs. It is characterized by variable and chronic symptoms, reversible airflow obstruction, and bronchospasm.

    A New research has claimed that half of the kids suffering from, Asthma and Immuno.. Show more

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  • What do you do to save the Forest?
    08 Aug 17

    The entire world is aware about the deforestation because of several activities. However have you ever developed any idea that how you can also help to stop deforestation from earth.

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  • Solar System’s Last Habitable Planet Might Be Earth
    07 Aug 17

    It has been long theorized by scientists that when the sun begins to grow warmer, its extreme heat will make our earth uninhabitable on its own. The sun will grow hot enough to cause serious issues for Earth. At the very same time it will also result in warming some of the icy moons in our Solar .. Show more

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  • Woman of the Millennium: Indira Gandhi
    06 Aug 17

    Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi was the first and till date the only female Prime Minister of India. The central figure of the Indian National Congress party was born on 19th November, 1917. She was the daughter of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The years she served .. Show more

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  • Infant Know Much More Than We Expect
    05 Aug 17

    How many times you got puzzled while thinking about how your infant’s future would be? Except for the truth that you’re newborn is just too small to consider your expectations. Anyways, we have latest news for you that have come from the street of science and discoveries. A new study .. Show more

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  • Discovered a Robust Catalyst to Split Water into Hydrogen and Oxygen
    04 Aug 17

    Scientists have developed a single and robust catalyst that can split water into hydrogen and oxygen. It has been developed with Earth – abundant materials that closely reach to the efficiency of more – expensive platinum.

    Scientists at Rice University and the University of Ho.. Show more

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  • Building Dikes May Costs Higher Than Its Initial Cost
    03 Aug 17

    An international team of scientists found on a global scale through their study that the economic and long – term benefits of constructing dikes to minimize flood damage far outweigh their initial cost. They also found that it is possible to reduce economic damage from river floods in the f.. Show more

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  • Start Yoga to Get Rid of Back Pain
    02 Aug 17

    A study has shown that yoga is a perfect remedy that can cure back pain. The researchers, with the VA San Diego Healthcare System and the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, have recently conducted a study.

    It’s been found through the research that veterans, on w.. Show more

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  • Piggy Coin: Could be a Way to Make Children Learn Cryptocurrency
    01 Aug 17

    Cryptocurrency can really teach children about technology and finance. An initiative known as Piggi Coin has been launched in a bid to teach children about Bitcoin or digital currency. It is specifically designed for children. It is built by using same functioning principles of bitcoins.

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  • How New Methodology Provides Unique Views of the Sun
    31 Jul 17

    Have you ever imagined how the mysterious magnetic field or about its effect on Earth's atmosphere? To satisfy everyone’s curiosity the scientists at the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Show more

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  • The Legendary Chanakya and His Powerful Vision
    30 Jul 17

    The great Chanakya was an Indian teacher, philosopher, economist, jurist and royal advisor. He is also recognized by his other names as Kautilya or Vishnugupta. He is the author of Arthashastra which is the ancient Indian political treatise. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of political.. Show more

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  • Signs can Help to Understand Infants’ Developing Brain
    29 Jul 17

    It sounds wired when you read that dirty diapers of infants can help you to understand their brain development, though it is true. Many times pediatricians advise the parents to dutifully check the contents of each one because the color and consistency of what they leave behind can inform a lot a.. Show more

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  • Approach Any Problem with These 6 Thinking Hats
    28 Jul 17

    Edward de Bono designed these 6 thinking hats of different colors as a tool for group discussion and individual thinking. Six thinking hats could be used to first explore the problem, then develop a set of solutions and finally choose a solution after critical examination of solution set.

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  • Why to Worry When Music is there to enhance Your Health
    26 Jul 17

    Since centuries scientists and all the ancient doctors have proved that music has that superpower to nurture the well-being of anyone. The scenario of today where sedentary lifestyle has bullied the health of almost every person around. Music is the only way to relax, to distract from stressful s.. Show more

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  • ‘PRINCIPAL PIPELINES’ TO IMPROVE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP in US
    25 Jul 17

    School districts and states in USA are struggling with shortage of highly effective principals for all their schools. And data on the amount of resources needed for doing this is unavailable.

    A concept called ‘principal pipelines’ is being employed to help school districts in .. Show more

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  • Replication of Nascent Planetary Systems: A Matter of Observation
    24 Jul 17

    Astronomers are having huge debates since a long time over a mystery on simulating nascent planetary systems. ‘Synthetic Observations’ could help in explaining it and solving this mystery. New technologies with detection capacity and planet hunting missions like NASA’s Kepler sp.. Show more

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  • Karnam Malleswari: The Weight Lifting Athlete
    23 Jul 17

    India has given many sport’s stars to the world, Karnam Malleswari is one of them. Born in a small village of Andhra Pradesh called Srikakulamn, Karnamis bagged many medals for the country in the field of weight lifting. She started following her dreams at the tender age of 1.. Show more

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  • ROLE OF EDUCATORS IN FOSTERING SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL SKILLS IN STUDENTS
    22 Jul 17

    Recent research has found that students benefit good grades when they have social and emotional skills like growth mindset, grit, and a sense of belonging to that school. So, research was carried out to find how educators can help them build these skills.

    They found that educators are awa.. Show more

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  • LIVING IN POVERTY NEIGHBORHOOD AFFECTS ACADEMICS
    21 Jul 17

    Researchers have examined over a period of 12years before and after the great recession 2008 how family and neighborhood poverty affected children’s classroom behavior and academic skills when they begin school.

    They used data from 1998 and 2010 from Early .. Show more

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  • New Safety Guidelines to Reduce Danger of Minor Earthquakes
    20 Jul 17

    One of the issues created by hydraulic fracturing is minor earthquakes resulting in severe losses. Researchers have advised new set of safety guidelines to prevent minor earthquakes produced due to hydraulic fracturing.

    Researcher Developer Dr Rachel Westwood, Research Fellow Mr Sam Toon,.. Show more

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  • Scientists Rediscovered JFK’s Back Problems
    19 Jul 17

    Scientists have, recently, taken a new turn while researching the diseases faced by 35th President of the U.S. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. A popular word "Camelot," was a term used by people to describe the John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) presidency after JFK's death.  It is believed that the sug.. Show more

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  • GOOGLE STREET VIEW IMAGES USED FOR STUDYING URBAN CHANGE
    18 Jul 17

    Google Street View has gathered millions of street view images for the past decade from across the U.S. Additionally, it keeps those maps regularly updated by re-photographing the places.  This rich database has been used by researchers to follow cities through time.

    Nikhil Naik and .. Show more

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  • New Data Supported Theory of Planet Nine
    17 Jul 17

    Scientists continue to argue about the existence of a ninth planet within our Solar System. In 2016, researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech, USA) announced that they had evidence of the existence of this object, located at an average distance of 700 AU or astronomical un.. Show more

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  • KALIDASA- THE GREAT SANSKRIT POET
    16 Jul 17

    Kalidasa was one of the greatest Sanskrit poets of India. It is estimated that he lived between the 4th and 5th century AD. His biography provides loads of details about his life style and the places he travelled.

    He wrote epic poems in classical Sanskrit to be utili.. Show more

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  • Scientists Create Truly-Secure Global Communication Network
    15 Jul 17

    Scientists from The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT, President: Hideyuki Tokuda, Ph.D.) have created a mind blowing technology by using a microsatellite. This latest technology is world's smallest and lightest quantum-communication transmitter (SOTA) onboard .. Show more

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  • Brain Training Has No Improvement in Decision – Making Process
    14 Jul 17

    A study done by researchers found that commercial brain training with Lumosity had no effect on decision making process and cognitive function of brain. World witnessed a rising popularity of commercial brain training programs since last decade.

    People adopt such training programs in thei.. Show more

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  • HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND CLIMATE FORECASTERS SHOULD WORK TOGETHER
    13 Jul 17

    Dr Aparna Lal, lead researcher from The Australian National University (ANU) says that health researchers often were not included for discussing and planning about the emerging climate events.

    She says that more collaboration between climate forecasters and health professionals ahead of e.. Show more

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  • Link between Food Allergies and Childhood Anxiety
    12 Jul 17

    Scientists have discovered a link between food allergies and childhood anxiety. The research took place at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health and Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology and Alber.. Show more

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  • Printing of 200 Rs Note Begins
    11 Jul 17

    From demonetization, India is now moving to re monetization. The Central bank has started printing the 200 Rs note and that too for the first time. This step intends to ease the consumer transactions. It is quite easily understandable that this step will add to the ease of operatio.. Show more

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  • The Lake on Titan Could Help Future Space Probes
    10 Jul 17

    Scientists from The University of Texas at Austin have found that most waves on Titan's lakes reach only about 1 centimeter high. The research shows that a serene environment could be good news for future probes sent to the surface of that moon.

    It has been proven in past that Titan is th.. Show more

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  • E. Sreedharan: The Metro Man of India
    09 Jul 17

    Elattuvalapil Sreedharan, popularly known as “The Metro Man of India” is an Indian Civil Engineer and former Indian Engineering Services officer. Sreedharan is the mastermind behind the Konkan Railway and the Delhi Metro Project, which was laid under his guidance and leadership as the.. Show more

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  • Learn and Experience Time-Lapse Photography
    08 Jul 17

    Time Lapse photography is in use by various film makers these days. One will experience the art of time lapse in different scenes of movies and songs. In time lapse, when a video is played at a normal speed, time appears to move fast and thus lapsing.

    Time lapse photography is defined as .. Show more

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  • Restricting Key Chemical in Brain Extends Auditory Learning
    07 Jul 17

    Learning language or music is easy during childhood, but this capacity dramatically declines with increasing age. Scientists have proven from a study using mice that controlling an important chemical messenger in the brain extends successful auditory learning into adulthood.

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  • Air Pollution Can Seriously Impact Life Expectancy
    06 Jul 17

    Reducing the consumption of fossil fuel will be beneficial in lowering air pollution. A new study came out in the August issue of Ecological Indicators. It showed that when pollutants are increased in an air of 10 micrograms per cubic meter then it cuts life expectancy of a victim by 9-11 .. Show more

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  • The Hidden Connection between Anxiety and Sleep
    05 Jul 17

    We always tend to experience longer and sleepless nights when we are in stress or are anxious about something. Such emotions inflict wakefulness and can also turn you into an insomniac.  Scientists have now spotted neurons that play crucial roles in connecting sleep with emotions. The resear.. Show more

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  • GST and Its Effect on Education Sector
    04 Jul 17

    Considering education as a base of the economy, Indian government has taken few necessary steps to make the GST much friendly to this crucial sector. It has been a fundamental right since the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act was passed by the Parliament in 2009. Thus, i.. Show more

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  • Our Solar System
    03 Jul 17

    The Solar System consists of the Sun and other celestial bodies revolving around it as a result of the gravitational pull. These celestial bodies include eight planets, their 165 known moons and three dwarf planets named Ceres, Pluto, and Eris. However, billions of other small bodies are also a p.. Show more

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  • 'The Nobel Peace Prize Winner- Kailash Satyarthi'
    02 Jul 17

    Today we have an inspirational story for you, based on the life of a person who never loose hope and efforts for the education of children. This story is about a child right activist Kailash Satyarthi, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 with Malala Yousafzai.

    Before getting t.. Show more

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  • Bokeh: A Beautiful Art Used in Photography
    01 Jul 17

    The origin of word Bokeh came out from the Japanese word boke which means “blur” or “haze”. The other word from where it is derived is boke-aji which means “blur quality”. Bokeh which is widely used in photography and cinematography is defined as .. Show more

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  • Key Differences in Solar Wind Models
    30 Jun 17

    Predicting space weather is a big challenge and important too, as it directly impacts the telecommunications and other satellite operations on Earth. Predicting space weather requires a detailed understanding of the solar wind and complex computer calculations. A new research at the University of.. Show more

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  • Drone by Australian Engineer Will End Deforestation
    29 Jun 17

    Due to heated debates around the globe on climate change, environmentalists have been promoting plantation of trees to sustain life on earth. To combat environmental issue, an Australian engineer has developed drones which will plant one billion trees every year.

    The lady behind this grea.. Show more

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  • Want to Feel Stronger and Thinner?
    28 Jun 17

    According to a new research by UBC School of Health and Exercise Sciences, a single bout of 30 minutes exercise can make a woman feel stronger and thinner. And the positive effects of the session last for quite long, even beyond the activity.

    “Women have a tendency to feel and think.. Show more

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  • Operation Flood: A Big Time Economic Success
    27 Jun 17

    Operation Flood in India which is commonly known as “White Revolution” was launched in 1970. This was a project of National Dairy Development Board and it was the world’s biggest dairy development program. The program made India the world’s largest milk producer from a nat.. Show more

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  • CANCER RISK FOR MARS ASTRONAUTS DOUBLES
    26 Jun 17

    Cosmic rays, like titanium and iron and atoms, because of their very high rates of ionization, devastate the nucleus and cause mutations in the cells they traverse, and thus cause cancer.

    Earlier studies predicted that astronauts are at the risk of circulatory diseases central nervous sys.. Show more

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  • Raja Ram Mohan Roy: The Real Hero of 18th Century
    25 Jun 17

    The Pioneer of modern Indian Renaissance, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, is a real hero. Today, we know him for his great efforts for the society. He brought remarkable reforms in the 18th and 19th century India. The list of his efforts include.. Show more

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  • Know Different Names of Your Favorite Gol Gappas!
    24 Jun 17

    The spherical and yummy “GOL GAPPAS” are the favorite of almost everyone. This mouth – watering dish has got different names in different states of India. One such name is Pani Puri which is used in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and even in N.. Show more

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  • Stress Grants Lifelong Vulnerability, Said Scientists
    23 Jun 17

    According to a new study, early stress confers lifelong vulnerability causing alterations in a specific brain region. The study was conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The study shown early life stress increases lifelong susceptibility to stress through long-lasting transcri.. Show more

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  • May 2017 Analyzed as Second Warmest May
    22 Jun 17

    In 137 years of modern record-keeping, May 2017 was found to be the second warmest May. The records were analyzed by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. The scientists found this by a monthly analysis of global temperatures at Institute.

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  • Health Benefits and Risks of Broccoli
    21 Jun 17

    Broccoli is a vegetable packed with nutrients and health benefits. It has high amounts of fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and potassium; and some amounts of phosphorus, zinc, magnesium and iron. Further, it is low in calories and sodium; and is fat-free.

    It is also rich in antiox.. Show more

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  • How is the GDP of India Calculated?
    20 Jun 17

    Gross Domestic Product, also known as GDP is used all across the globe as the single standard indicator to measure the health and status of an economy. All important stakeholders of the economy including the media keep a very close watch on GDP estimates. It provides one single number representin.. Show more

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  • Scientists Observe, the Amount of Water Needed To Carve Martian Valleys
    19 Jun 17

    A recent research has proven that an amount of water needed to carve Martian valleys.Before this many studies had suggested the presence of the ocean, active hydrologic cycle.However, a new study led by Northern Illinois Show more

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  • LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI
    18 Jun 17

    Lal Bahadur Shastri, the second Prime Minister of independent India, was a man of exceptional will-power. In 1965, he successfully led India through Indo-Pakistan War. He popularized the slogan ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’. This soft-spoken, yet bold leader who was against the prevailing cas.. Show more

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  • New Genes for Intelligence Got Identified
    17 Jun 17

    A large dataset of 78,000 individuals were studied by scientists. They were studied to get information on DNA genotypes and intelligence scores. A team of scientists discovered novel genes and biological routes for intelligence.

    One of the most researched traits in humans and higher intel.. Show more

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  • Build Your Mental Strength with These Exercises
    16 Jun 17

    Achieving goals have become difficult with so many distractions these days. Building mental muscles are very important to persevere in whatever work one intends to do. These three exercises will help in building mental muscles stronger and sharper.

    First is counting your blessings as stud.. Show more

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  • SAHARA GREENING STRENGTHENS TROPICAL CYCLONE ACTIVITY
    15 Jun 17

    Tropical cyclones can cause devastations, including loss of human lives and expensive damages. Researchers from the Department of Meteorology at Stockholm University (MISU) have created a series of model simulations to analyze tropical cyclone activity- the mid-Holocene which occurred during a wa.. Show more

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  • Cash Rewards for Weight Loss
    14 Jun 17

    A recent study has revealed that by giving away rewards to the participants entering a weight loss program, one can increase both the duration and magnitude of weight loss. This can be achieved with a low cost strategy with apt use of rewards. The study has been published in a journal called &lsq.. Show more

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  • GST And Its Impact on Educational Institutes
    13 Jun 17

    According to the experts, Indian government needs to think progressively like a business partner to achieve its targets of 'Study in India'. 

    The experts stated that the significance of education cannot be destabilized i.. Show more

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  • ONLINE VOLUNTEERS HELP LOCATE AN EXPLODED STAR
    12 Jun 17

    The Australian National University invited volunteers to take-part in the University's search for exploding stars called supernovae. The scientists will utilize these to measure the Universe and its growth acceleration.

    The volunteers were provided with a web portal on Show more

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  • BIOGRAPHY OF LORD SWARAJ PAUL
    11 Jun 17

    The Britain-based business philanthropist and tycoon, Lord Swaraj Paul, was born in 1931 in Jalandhar, Punjab. He studied at the Punjab University before joining the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States, to obtain his Masters .. Show more

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  • REPETITIVE EXPOSURE TO NEW WORDS ENABLES LANGUAGE LEARNING
    10 Jun 17

    Lilli Kimppa, a researcher from the University of Helsinki has studied and reported the acquisition of language in the brain. She used electroencephalography (EEG) to measure the neural activation of Finnish-speaking volunteers during auditory tasks in which repetitions of Finnish wo.. Show more

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  • VISUAL CORTEX MATURES LATER THAN PREVIOUSLY BELIEVED
    09 Jun 17

    The visual cortex is the vision-processing center of the human brain. It was earlier believed to mature and stabilize by the first 5-6 years of life.

    Under a new study by the McMaster University, neurologists analyzed proteins in brain-tissue post-mortem samples from 30 people in age betw.. Show more

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  • DIESEL POLLUTION HARMFUL TO THE HEART
    08 Jun 17

    A large community-based cohort study by the European Society of Cardiology has revealed that diesel pollution is harmful to the heart.

    The particulate matter (PM) emitted by diesel road vehicles is linked with higher risk of heart failure, heart attack, and death, says the research lead. .. Show more

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  • Deep Brain Stimulation Technique Studied By Scientists
    07 Jun 17

    The scientists have been working on a study and collection of patient outcomes which they have named as Deep brain stimulation technique. Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) has proven its effectiveness in different types of psychiatric disorders, neuropathic pain and neurodegenerative diseases.

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  • MYANMAR- RAPIDLY LOSING ITS INTACT FOREST COVER
    06 Jun 17

    Myanmar is one of the countries with extensive forest cover in Southeast Asia. Its forests have been providing habitats for endangered species. However, this forest cover is rapidly declining due to economic and political change, says a recent study.

    Regions which were inaccessible becaus.. Show more

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  • Nasa Mission Investigates Astronaut Vision Issues
    05 Jun 17

    The scientists from NASA are trying to investigate their new findings that can help to address astronaut vision issues. Retired astronaut Scott Kelly, NASA's Human Research Program, was also a part of the mission.

    The Research Program was focused on comparing previous six-month mission fi.. Show more

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  • YAOSHANG- THE MANIPURI STYLE HOLI
    04 Jun 17

    Yaoshang is the Holi festival of Manipur. It is celebrated for 5 days, commencing from the full moon day in the month of Phalgun. Fund for celebrating the festival is collected from their localities by boys and girls. Spraying a variety of colors on one another, dancing, grand feasts, and singing.. Show more

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  • FILM DIRECTOR GURU DUTT
    04 Jun 17

    Vasanth Kumar Shivashankar Padukone, better known as Guru Dutt, was an Indian actor, producer and film director. He was bor.. Show more

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  • READING IN INFANCY BOOSTS READING AND VOCABULARLY SKILLS
    03 Jun 17

    Mothers and their babies from an urban public hospital’s newborn nursery were recruited for the study. Over 250 pairs between 6 months and 4 ½ years of ages were monitored for their degree of understanding of words, and for early reading and literacy skills.

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  • MASSIVE GALAXY CLUSTERS OF ABEL 370 STUDIED
    29 May 17

    NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is excellent in observing multitudes of galaxies tossed across time and space. A remarkable example is Abell 370, a galaxy cluster, which comprises of several hundred assorted galaxies bound together by the collective pull of gravity.

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  • Vinod Khosla: A Journey of Success through the Route of Failure
    28 May 17

    How many times we try and fail to achieve the set goals of our life. Today we are talking about the living legend Vinod Khosla, a renowned businessman who started his journey from a zero.

    Vinod Khosla is an Indian-born American Show more

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  • CBSE Class 12th Board Exam Results 2017 Delayed
    27 May 17

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII results were suspended by the board at the last minute. Earlier the results were supposed to have been announced on Wednesday, following a court order asking it to do so.

    Unlike individual state boards, the CBSE board exams co.. Show more

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  • DARK MATTER HAS NEW LIMITATIONS
    26 May 17

    In 1977 Roberto Peccei and Helen Quinn introduced particles known as Axions which had imaginary existence. These particles have been in news recently because their existence can clarify the dark- matter. The researchers have calculated the relation between axion and photons. A team of Internation.. Show more

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  • Scientists Discovers Links between Human Tooth and Sun
    25 May 17

    A team of researchers from the University of McMaster have revealed the story of humanity. The team has done a research to know about the relationship of humans with the sun.

    To find out the answers, the .. Show more

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  • Salty Food Makes You Hungry
    24 May 17

    According to a new study salty food makes you hungry rather than thirsty.  The study is done by the scientists from the Max Delbrûck Center for Molecular Medicine in Show more

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  • The Human Resource Ministry to Change No Detention Policy for Class 5 & 8
    23 May 17

    The Government is going to change the no detention policy for class 5 and 8. The Human Resource Ministry has decided to change the earlier policy that promoted all the students from Class 5 and 8. According to the new policy, all the students have to pass the examination. Few other states have al.. Show more

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  • Changes in Martian Rainfall Shapes Mars
    22 May 17

    A Team of scientists has discovered the process of how changes in Martian rainfall shaped the planet. The researcher has shown that heavy rainfall on Mars is responsible for the reshaped face of mars. Additionally, the rain has also carved out river-like channels in its surface billions of years .. Show more

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  • YAMINI KRISHNAMURTHY
    21 May 17

    Mungara Yamini Krishnamurthy is a renowned Indian dancer of the dancing styles- Kuchipudi and Bharatnatyam. She was born on 20 December 1940, in Show more

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  • EARLY VISION INTERVENTIONS NECESSARY FOR ACAMEDIC PERFORMANCE
    20 May 17

    Through a multidisciplinary study, researchers from the Queensland University of Technology have analyzed how vision can affect the ongoing learning of a child.

    For assessing their vision quality, children were asked to perform a variety of near vision learning tasks like mathematics and .. Show more

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  • Human Are Better At Sniffing Out Scents
    19 May 17

    Scientists from the Rutgers University have done a research that breaks the old myth that animals are better at sniffing out scent. The research was led by neuroscientist John McGann, associate professor in the D.. Show more

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  • Big Cats at Higher Risk, Warned Scientists
    18 May 17

    According to a recent research by the scientists, the number of big cats has gone down due to prey loss. A research has been done by the researchers from the Oxford University in the UK. It is being investigated that animals which are alive today are on an average of 25 per cent of their preferre.. Show more

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  • POVERTY RISK CALCULATOR DESIGNED FOR AMERICANS
    17 May 17

    During the presidential campaign conducted by Donald Trump last fall, millions of Americans were attracted by his message with an objective of restoring jobs and decreasing economic insecurity.

    In this relation, two experts on economic hardship- Mark Rank and Thomas Hirschl have now come .. Show more

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  • Beetroot Juice Beneficial for Heart Diseases
    16 May 17

    A study has been published in the American Journal of Physiology- Heart and Circulatory Physiology which states the consequences of nitrate supplementation on sympathetic nerve movement. As per this new study the dietary nitrate may lessen over stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system that h.. Show more

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  • Bricks from Martian Soil: New Method by Scientists
    15 May 17

    Recently the scientists have invented a new method that will make it easy to settle on Mars. As per the scientists, they have invented a recipe through which the planet's red soil can be transformed into bricks without an oven or additional ingredients.

    The scientists have stated that thi.. Show more

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  • P. T. USHA: A LIVE EXAMPLE OF SPEED AND ENDURANCE
    14 May 17

    Born in the coastal city of the southern Indian region, Kozhikode, Pilavullakandi Thekkeparambil Usha is popularly known as P. T. Usha. She is noticed as one of the iconic women athletes of track and field who she is named as Payyoli Express... Show more

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  • 5 TACTICS TO RECALL NEW WORDS EASILY AND QUICKLY
    13 May 17

    Learning and recalling new vocabulary could be faster, easier, effective, and fun with some tactics. Write down the word in the center of a paper. Now draw lines from it like a spider’s web. At the end of each line draw or write something connected with the word. All these will get connecte.. Show more

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  • Humans Change Earth's Chemistry After Death
    12 May 17

    Scientists from the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague have done a research on the human bodies. According to the scientists, whether human bodies are buried or cremated, they leak iron, zinc, sulphur, calcium and phosphorus into the ground that may later be used as farms, forests .. Show more

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  • SLOWER LEAF LITTER DECOMPOSITION IN WARM TEMPERATURE
    11 May 17

    The time taken for leaf decomposition may be the key to comprehend how temperature affects ecosystems, say the ecologists from Kansas State University.

    They used the data of leaf litter in streams and rivers from 1,025 publications for their study. They did so because plant materials cons.. Show more

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  • Changing Habits Are Responsible For Obesity in Students
    10 May 17

    Gone are the days when students used to play and participate in sports activities. However, today children are more into gadgets, they like sitting, eating, and sleeping instead of playing on the ground. With all these and lack of physical activities makes them fat and they tend to gain weight. Show more

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  • PRICE AWARENESS DECREASES ENJOYMENT OF A PRODUCT OR EXPERIENCE
    09 May 17

    Usually people who purchase a product like an electronic device, car or music album want to enjoy it as long as possible. But researchers have found through a series of experiments that getting aware of the product’s price can decrease one’s satisfaction more quickly.

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  • Stars to Tell Us More about Early Solar System
    08 May 17

    Scientists from NASA have sent a NASA's SOFIA aircraft over the Pacific west of Mexico. This aircraft is loaded with a 2.5-meter telescope in the back and exposed of most creature comforts .. Show more

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  • TENZING NORGAY
    07 May 17

    Tenzing Norgay was born on 29May 1914 in Nepal. He was employed in the British Mount Everest reconnaissance expedition in 1935.

    He participated in several expeditions thereafter. In 1947 the Swiss expedition which successfully reached the main summit of Show more

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  • Two Languages Develop simultaneously but independently in Bilingual Children
    06 May 17

    A new study conducted on Spanish-English bilingual children finds that when children learn two different languages from birth, each language takes its own independent course. The research has already been published in the journal ‘Development Science’ by researchers at the Florida Atl.. Show more

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  • 3D PRINTING WITH MARTIAN AND LUNAR DUST-BASED INKS
    05 May 17

    Researchers from the Northwestern University have demonstrated the potential of 3D printing structures with simulants of Martian and lunar dust. These Martian and lunar dust simulants are NASA-approved, and bear similar particle shapes, compositions and sizes to the dusts on Mars and moon surface.. Show more

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  • NEW FORM OF PHOTOLYSIS DISCOVERED
    04 May 17

    Saturated fatty acids and carboxylic acids are richly available all through the environment. Earlier it was believed that these react with hydroxyl radicals, and remain unaffected by sunlight.  These conclusions were on the on basis of the observations of these molecules in a dissolved solut.. Show more

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  • Stay Fit to Score High
    03 May 17

    Research has shown that having stronger muscles helps children in having better memory. The researchers evaluated 79 children between the age of 9 and 11. They were assessed on the basis of muscular and aerobic fitness.

    It was found that the mu.. Show more

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  • Punjab’s Cotton Turned into ‘White Gold’ Again
    02 May 17

    “White Gold” is a term used by farmers for Cotton on its higher productivity. They regard it like this because of Cotton’s ability to bring high remuneration for farmers. The land under cotton in Punjab is also going to increase. It is expected to rise by more than 50 per cent. .. Show more

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  • Someplace Like Earth
    01 May 17

    If you look up in the sky with a high powered telescope and observe the constellation Cetus, you will notice a small red star shinning at the tail of the constellation.

    Scientists are saying that, that red star may actually be the answer to the question that if there is life outside the s.. Show more

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  • Award Winning Indian Author: Ruskin Bond
    30 Apr 17

    Every child knows Ruskin Bond as their favorite writer and poet.Ruskin Bond has written many stories for students which they can not forget for their entire write. Indian author of British descent, Ruskin has created more than 500 books, novellas, poems, and novels.

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  • Book Banks: A Big Initiative for Children
    29 Apr 17

    Government is trying a lot since a long time to announce certain measures to reduce the number of books being printed. They are deliberately finding ways to involve students in these measures and preserve environment.

    Punjab Government has decided to establish book banks in an effort to m.. Show more

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  • Love it or Hate it- Marmite May Affect the Functioning of Brain
    28 Apr 17

    Marmite is the brand name for a product sold worldwide as a food spread. Its origin comes from Britain as well as New Zealand. The Unilever owned product is made from yeast extract and is known to be very popular bread spread across the globe.

    Now, scientists at the University of New York.. Show more

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  • Nature Playtime for Health
    27 Apr 17

    Children today are reporting about an increase in attention disorders and issues of depression. This is the first time in human history that the issues are being observed at such a large scale.

    Studies have shown an increased health issues, chi.. Show more

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  • Do Salty Foods Make You Thirsty?
    26 Apr 17

    Everyone would have heard about feeling of thirst after eating salty foods. New studies showed a different side to this. A study was done during simulated mission to Mars. An international group of scientists found that salt diminishes the thirst factor. Eating salty diet increases hunger due to .. Show more

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  • INDIA SEEKS TO CEASE IMPORTING UREA
    25 Apr 17

    India is the world’s second largest urea consumer. As currently its own production of the crop nutrient is boosted, the country seeks to cease imports in 5 years time.

     In India, where 14% of the economy derives from agriculture, 24.5 million tons of urea was produced in the ye.. Show more

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  • ASTRONOMERS USE ALMA TO INVESTIGATE DEEDEE
    24 Apr 17

    Astronomers have used ALMA to investigate our solar system’s far-flung planetary body- 2014 UZ224, also known as DeeDee. The study which has given extraordinary details of DeeDee has been published in Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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  • Sundar Pichai: His Genius Made Him Google’s CEO
    23 Apr 17

    Pichai Sundararajan is an Indian born American computer scientist and executive. He is the current CEO of Google, Inc. He was born in Madras and grew up in a cramped home.  His father who was an electrical engineer in British multinational GEC ensured Pichai to have good education.

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  • Google Donates 54 Crores to India
    22 Apr 17

    As an attempt of philanthropy, Google has donated around 54 crore to four non-profit organizations in India. The aim of this is to promote education in India. It is being said that the grant will help promote and improve the learning experience of students in India.

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  • Stress Invokes Pro-Social Behavior in Humans
    21 Apr 17

    Recently, the scientists from the University of Vienna have observed the positive side of stress. The scientists have said that stress is known as a vital psycho-biological mechanism. This mechanism prepares human organism to manage aggressive situations.As per the observation by the researchers,.. Show more

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  • Observatories to Predict Accurate Earthquake Occurrences
    20 Apr 17

    Government has proposed to install 31 new seismological observatories in various parts of the country. This step will help the concerned authorities to identify and record the earthquake occurrences more accurately. This is supposed to get implemented by March next year.

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  • Dengue Becoming All Time Issue for People
    19 Apr 17

    Aedes mosquitoes show high breeding only during rainy season. Now, aedes and the diseases spread by them are prevalent in all the seasons. Scientists told that it is a man-made issue. It is because of unhealthy activities like large scale construction and poor maintenance of overhead tanks. Both .. Show more

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  • New Menace of Biometric Identity Theft
    18 Apr 17

    The new identification technology of Aadhaar card has widely spread all over India. The biometric based identity is now used by more than 1.1 billion people in India. Reports say that India’s use of biometric identification ranges wider than any other country.

    Along with the ease of.. Show more

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  • OUR MOON’S FORMATION- A WHOLE NEW STORY
    17 Apr 17

    Scientists believe that our moon formed some 4.5 billion years ago when a Mars-sized rocky object, referred to as a protoplanet called Theia, crashed into the young earth. This collision threw debris from both the earth and the protoplanet into the orbit. Eventually some of the debris stuck toget.. Show more

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  • Jamshed Ji Tata
    16 Apr 17

    The legacy of the Tata Industries started with the great industrialist Jamshed Ji Tata. He has been given the title of ‘Father of Indian Industry’.

    He started his career at a very early age and struggled his way to reach great heights.  He worked for his father till the a.. Show more

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  • Air India Will Open Aviation University
    15 Apr 17

    Air India is soon going to establish their Aviation University offering several programs to students. It is going to add more revenue to Air India on a long term. Airline officials also said that Air India has already started working on this. It is one of their ways to improve their financial pos.. Show more

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  • The Discovery of Pristine Water’ Surface Tension
    14 Apr 17

    What makes the water droplet assume the spherical shape and produce bubbles and foam? It is the surface tension of water. Surface tension is the measure of the cohesive force which is caused due to the attraction of particles in the surface layer by the liquid, to reduce the surface are to minimu.. Show more

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  • A ‘Bionic Leaf’ Could Help Feed the World
    13 Apr 17

    The increasing population all over the world is a big concern and the cause of many known as well as unknown problems we suffer from. One major problem is the challenge of feeding the world. To initiate the next agricultural revolution, researchers have invented a bionic leaf. The leaf works in m.. Show more

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  • EARLY PET EXPOSURE BOOSTS IMMUNITY
    12 Apr 17

    A new study by the University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry has found that babies from families with dog pets had increased immunity.

    Anita Kozyrskyi, the study lead, who is one of the world’s leading researchers on gut microbes, says that the period of exposure is ho.. Show more

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  • The Night-Time Earth from Space
    11 Apr 17

    When seen from the space the night time view tells us a tale about everything ranging from electricity consumption to population and poverty.

    Researchers have now developed an online mechanism which can merge the night-time light data of the last 21 years. This will help in understanding .. Show more

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  • Comet 67P’s Surface Undergoing a Lot of Changes
    10 Apr 17

    The surface of comet 67P/ Churyumov – Gerasimenko went through a lot of activities. This happened in its recent tour through solar system. This is indicated by images returned from European Space Agency’s Rosetta Mission.

    University of Colorado Boulder presented this new study.. Show more

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  • Jagdish Chandra Bose
    09 Apr 17

    Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose, was a Bengali mathematician, physicist, biologist, biophysicist, botanist and an archaeologist altogether. Such brilliance in a single mind is rare to find. He was born during the British Raj in Munshiganj (present day Bangladesh) on November 30, 1858. He was .. Show more

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  • Greener Classrooms for the Rescue
    08 Apr 17

    Classrooms play an integral role in the over-all development of a child. The environment of a class matters a lot when it comes to forming a behaviour or opinion about the things in the world.

    With the problem of environmental degradation increasing day by the day, the need to inculcate i.. Show more

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  • Why Do We Understand Other People After the Age of Four?
    07 Apr 17

    Why is it that suddenly after reaching the age of four, we start to understand that other people have a thought process and that their view of the world is usually different from our own. Researchers in Leiden and Leipzig have explored how it works. The research was published on March 21 in Natur.. Show more

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  • PIL on Climate Change Filed By a 9 Year Old Girl
    06 Apr 17

    Ridhima Pandey is a 9 year old girl from Nainital, Uttarakhand who has taken a big responsibility. The girl filed a PIL in National Green Tribunal (NGT). She demanded analysis on climate change, a list of sources of greenhouse gas emissions and inspection of forest diversion cases.

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  • Sleep Apnea Affecting Your Child’s Brain
    05 Apr 17

    You think your child is relaxing while he sleeps? You may be wrong. Studies show that sleep apnea has a bad impact in a child’s brain development.

    Sleep apnea is a condition, in which a person’s breathing is suddenly interrupted while sleeping. The person stops breathing all o.. Show more

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  • Uniform Fee for Tech Students
    04 Apr 17

    India is aiming at a uniform fee structure in all the tech institutes. A proposal has already been submitted for conducting a common entrance test and achieving a balanced teacher-student ratio. The Information Technology sector in India is currently estimated at USD 155 billion.

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  • Say Hi to Aliens
    03 Apr 17

    Doughlas Vakoch is president of METI (Messaging Extra-terrestrial Intelligence) international in San Francisco, Calif. He has been thinking of what to say to the aliens, when such a thing would be possible. Led by Vakoch, his group focuses on broadcasting signals to the outer space. They hope to .. Show more

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  • R.K.Narayan the Man behind Malgudi
    02 Apr 17

    R.K. Narayan is one of the most popular Indian English storytellers amongst children. Children have grown by reading and listening to his spectacular stories. Some of the facts about him are rarely known by anyone.  Children would be surprised to know that his first published work was a book.. Show more

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  • Let’s Make Ecosystem Better
    01 Apr 17

    Lord Nicholas Stern, a world famous economist and environmentalists from London gave a seminar in Nagpur. The seminar was organized by Maharashtra forest department on “Forests, Climate Change and the future of young India”

    Stern told students that every year Earth’s tem.. Show more

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  • Screens from a new perspective
    31 Mar 17

    The American Academy of Paediatrics has released guidelines telling them about the effective ways for children to use media. Although they have not rejected the harmful impact of long hours in front of the screen but have given the parents a solution for this rising issue of gadget and media addi.. Show more

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  • Skip for a Healthy Heart.
    29 Mar 17

    Skipping is considered just a hobby but it could be the new way to have a healthy hearts forever.  Children these days are so gadget savvy that getting them to enrol in a specific sport is a tough task for the parents.

     Skipping can c.. Show more

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  • Trump puts Indian IT industry in danger
    28 Mar 17

    H-1B visa holders will soon be facing difficulties, due to the new administration policies for legal immigrants by Donald Trump. A large part of this H-1B group is occupied by the Indian Information Technology industry. This will lead to difficulties for a large number of students, as India has t.. Show more

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  • X-Ray Signal Hints Presence of Decaying Dark Matter
    27 Mar 17

    We have studied that anything that occupies space and has weight is matter. But the case does not hold true when it comes to the universe. In-universe any such thing is called Dark Matter. It is an object or a particle which does not seem to emit any radia.. Show more

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  • Harshvardhan Zala : The Drone Specialist Teen
    26 Mar 17

    During the 8th edition of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, Harshvardhan Zala has created history.  The only one name that kept buzzing at the VGGS was his. The 14-year-old child prodigy signed a 5-crore deal with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of Gujarat.

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  • Write To Express
    25 Mar 17

    The overall development of a child is of great significant today. But people tend to forget that it’s not just at school, where a child can hone his learning skills. Extracurricular activities can also help in achieving the goal. One such activity could be creative writing.

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  • ELECTRICITY GENERATING TREES DESIGNED
    24 Mar 17

    Scientists from the Lowa State University have designed a device that mimics a cottonwood tree. It leaves and branches generate electricity while swaying in the wind.

    Tiny strips of special plastics located inside the leaf stalks emit electricity when the wind bends them- a process called.. Show more

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  • Volcanic Emissions- A New Concern
    23 Mar 17

    When a volcano erupts, along with the ash and lava, there is another element that it gives out. It is the gas emitted. This gas is made up of water vapour laced with heavy metals. Volcanoes continuously exhale water vapour which is laced with heavy metals, co2, hydrogen sulphide and .. Show more

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  • ANSD: A Form of Hearing Loss
    22 Mar 17

    Auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD) is a disorder related to nerves that control hearing, the ear and sound. Causes of ANSD are unknown. It poses higher risk of occurrence in babies born prematurely or who have a family history of this condition.

    ANSD is a disorder where sound en.. Show more

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  • Parents’ Support Affects Children’s Outlook on Exams
    21 Mar 17

    Success is crucial in life. But what is success? Is it scoring well in exams, or being the top of the class, or getting admission in top-most reputed colleges, or earning a salary in 7 digits, or buying a house, or all of this? Society tries to quantify success using all these parameters. Often p.. Show more

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  • Biggest Stellar Heartbeat Discovered!
    20 Mar 17

    Iota Orionis is the brightest star in the constellation Orion's sword. It is easily visible with the naked eye. Astronomers have discovered a queer phenomenon in this star that could lead to various further researches and help in gaining better understanding of massive stars.

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  • The Human Computer
    19 Mar 17

    Born in Bengaluru, on, on 4 November 1929, Shakuntala Devi was given the title of “The Human Computer” for her fascinating skills of calculations. She was not just a mathematical genius but also an Indian writer and a child prodigy. Even after being born in an impoverished family she .. Show more

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  • Pets: Super Best Friends of Children
    18 Mar 17

    A new study suggests that a child’s best companion is a family pet. It is reported that it’s easy for children to get along with a dog or a cat. They feel more comfortable in their relationships with pets than with their brothers and sisters.

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  • Designing the Fuel-Efficient Aircraft of the Future
    17 Mar 17

    Researchers are using the Stampede supercomputer to design novel and fuel efficient wing designs for jets. The motto is to develop tools that can help the industry build a more efficient aircraft. The researchers are exploring wings with longer spans, made of complex composites that morph during .. Show more

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  • Monitoring Coral Genes Can Help Avert Bleaching
    16 Mar 17

    Corals are an integral part of our ecosystem. Coral reefs are the largest biological structures on Earth. So, what are corals? As many people commonly misunderstand, corals are not plants. They are actually animals! They are just not like conventional animals. They attach themselves permanently t.. Show more

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  • Outdoor Programs to Help Improve Life of ASD Affected Children
    15 Mar 17

    A new study was conducted by the Tel Aviv University on the problems of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It states that outdoor challenged based interventions may be effective in reducing the overall severity of ASD.

    Statistics say that one in 68 children in US is diagnosed with USD every .. Show more

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  • A New Aspect to Use Cotton
    14 Mar 17

    Cotton is the staple crop of South Plains. New industry is going to use its incredible properties to save nature. A new study reveals that loose form of finer raw cotton helps in oil absorption. Environmental cleanup can be performed by using it. It’s a new method for oil spill remediation... Show more

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  • Examining Exploding Starts Through the Atomic Nucleus
    13 Mar 17

    Imagine being able to view microscopic aspects of a classical nova, a massive stellar explosion on the surface of a white dwarf star (about as big as Earth). That too, in a laboratory rather than from afar via a telescope. A safe way to study these events in laboratories on Earth is to investigat.. Show more

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  • Amartya Sen: A Welfare Economist
    12 Mar 17

    Amartya Sen is an Indian economist and philosopher. He has been awarded the Nobel Prize (1998) and the Bharat Ratna (1999) for his contribution to welfare economics. Born in November 1933, he experienced the Bengal famine of 1943 in which millions died. This left an everlasting impact on him and .. Show more

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  • Pre School- A Nest For the Early Birds
    11 Mar 17

    Preschool offers many benefits. It can be a great place for children to interact with peers and learn valuable life lessons such as taking turns, sharing your beholding and team work. It sets them up for Kindergarten and beyond. For a child, entering a new preschool environment filled with unfami.. Show more

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  • fMRI Headbands to Improve Conversations
    10 Mar 17

    Even in the greatest conversations, a loss of information takes place during exchange. The main issue is that the audience rarely understands what the speaker wants to covey.

    The question is how to improve this exchang.. Show more

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  • Brake Dust: A Serious Health Hazard for Children
    09 Mar 17

    Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have found that how fine metal emissions from brakes and other automotive systems forms a cloud in the air and stay suspended in the busy roadways. It has created a lot of respiratory health issues amongst different age groups of people.  

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  • Healthy Snacking Benefits in Children
    08 Mar 17

    Recent reports have shown that healthy snacking in children has several benefits. Snacks are essential for children as they need good nutrition. Nutrition promotes growth and development, and helps in building stronger immune system. It also increases energy and the ability to focus.

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  • Water-Rich Cosmic Dust Acts like Parachute
    07 Mar 17

    Researchers have found that water-rich cosmic dust is twice as more likely to survive atmospheric entry than dry cosmic dust. Cosmic dust is formed when collision between asteroids or entry of comets in the inner solar system results in crumbling of particles into dust. Some of this dust rapidly .. Show more

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  • Learning Sign Language as a Second Language
    06 Mar 17

    Language is a strong tool. It binds us together as a community. It helps in sharing ideas, expressing emotions and connecting with fellow human beings. There are about 7000 languages spoken around the world. You might be able to speak or understand 2 or 3 languages out of these many languages. Or.. Show more

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  • Anita Ratnam: A Dance Icon
    05 Mar 17

    A highly respected dancer, choreographer, writer and speaker. An advocate of contemporary Indian dance and classically trained in Bharatnatyam. It is difficult to say whether Dr. Anita Ratnam dances to express herself or her expressions let themselves dance out to reveal inspirations. She has a c.. Show more

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  • HA-UREA NANO-HYBRID FOR NEW GREEN REVOLUTION
    04 Mar 17

    Urea is a nitrogen fertilizer prevalently used. Its drawback is that it quickly breaks down in wet soils to form ammonia. This ammonia gets washed away, causing an important environmental issue. Further, the fast decomposition also reduces the quantity of nitrogen absorbed by the roots of crops. .. Show more

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  • Brain’s Mood-Controlling Chemical Serotonin
    03 Mar 17

    The scientists from University of Utah School of Medicine said it is not uncommon for cells in the brain to preferentially activate one copy over the other.

    For the study the researchers did an experiment on one region of the newborn mouse brain. The results showed that there are times wh.. Show more

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  • Use of Oil and Gas Wastewater as Dust Suppressant under Scrutiny
    02 Mar 17

    Using oil and gas wastewater as dust suppressants on roadways may or may not be an environment-friendly option. A study will soon study how contaminants from wastewater get transported to nearby water resources and their impact.

    The concern rose in northwest Pennsylvania where the expansi.. Show more

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  • Cells Behave Differently When Removed From Their Environments
    01 Mar 17

    Scientists from the lab of Professor Bart De Strooper in collaboration with scientists from ULB successfully transplanted human neural cells into mouse brains. This brain was containing amyloid plaques known as one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease.

    After the research the scientists.. Show more

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  • NOVEL WORKFLOW TO DEVELOP NEW MATERIALS
    28 Feb 17

    Finding new functional materials is a sensitive job. Looking for very specific properties in a small group of known materials is even harder. A team of researchers have overcome this. They built a database of known materials. And then they used machine learning, a sub-discipline of computer scien.. Show more

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  • More Gas Giants Waiting to be Discovered
    27 Feb 17

    Carnegie's Alan Boss in his study predicts a large number of undiscovered gas giants orbiting Sun-like stars. His simulations indicate that these gas giants exist at distances similar to those of Jupiter and Saturn from the Sun.

    This study could help in resolving the debate over the forma.. Show more

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  • Buddha’s Lesson for a Pure Mind and Soul
    26 Feb 17

    Mindfulness is the quality state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations.

    Some studies have also suggested that mindfulness can help children improve their abilities to pay attenti.. Show more

  • Giant Winged Reptile Terrorized Ancient Transylvania
    25 Feb 17

    Imagine a flying reptile that has a wingspan of 10 metres, a skull that is half a metre wide, and large muscle masses. This giant is a pterosaur that might have been the most formidable predator that ruled ancient Transylvania. Pterosaurs are flying reptiles that existed in the Cretaceous period .. Show more

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  • First Planet-Induced Stellar Pulsations
    24 Feb 17

    A team of astronomers from MIT and elsewhere have observed a star pulsing in response to its orbiting planet. The star known as HAT-P-2 is circled by a gas giant measuring eight times the mass of Jupiter. Additionally, this star is about 400 light years from Earth, said the scientists.

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  • Global Warming and Its Affects on Sea Turtles
    23 Feb 17

    A recent study on global warming shows, certain changes in the environment affects the sea turtles along with other wildlife. Since the level of global warming has exceeded too many animals have naturally built an ability to adapt to such dramatic climate changes.

    The biologists have also.. Show more

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  • Cleanliness Can Fight Diseases
    22 Feb 17

    As per a new study conducted by the child experts, cleanliness can keep most of the diseases at bay. Additionally, it is very important for parents to teach their child about the healthy habit of cleanliness right from an early age. As per the analysts the habit of cleanliness is connected to the.. Show more

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  • FATTY FOOD LOVERS, BEWARE!
    21 Feb 17

    Previous studies have associated high fat consumption with the risk of cardiovascular diseases. But, the current study at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, US, analyzed 3,349 participants who were at high cardiovascular risk but free of diabetes. After a follow-up for four-and-half y.. Show more

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  • ISRO Made a World-Record by launching 104 Satellites
    20 Feb 17

    Indian Space Research Organization has touched a huge success after a world-record launch of 104 satellites on Feb-15-2017.  The day is now recorded in the list of historical events.

    With this recent achievement, India h.. Show more

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  • POET, NOVELIST AND ESSAYIST - AMRITA PRITAM
    19 Feb 17

    Amrita Pritam was a popular Indian poet and writer, who wrote in Hindi and Punjabi. She is acknowledged as the first eminent Punjabi woman essayist, novelist and poet. She is also considered the leading Punjabi poet of the 20th century who is adored equally in India and Pakistan.

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  • ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE INFLUENCES STUDENTS’ EMOTIONS AND VICE-VERSA
    18 Feb 17

    A study reveals that the learning and cognitive performance of students can be affected by their emotional reactions to learning.

    The study conducted on 3,425 German students from grades 5 to 9, investigated how the students’ emotions like boredom, anxiety and enjoyment in a school .. Show more

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  • MATERIAL CONVERTS MULTIPLE ENERGY FORMS INTO ELECTRICITY
    17 Feb 17

    There are many forms of energy surrounding us. These include the heat in the room, sunlight and one’s movements. All these normally go wasted. Scientists from the University of Oulu, Finland, have discovered a material which can simultaneously convert multiple forms of energy into electrici.. Show more

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  • Tsunamis Can Be Halted before Hitting Earth’s Shoreline
    16 Feb 17

    Through a research, the scientists have come to a conclusion that lives could ultimately be saved by using acoustic-gravity waves (AGWs) against tsunamis.

    A research led by Dr Usama Kadri from Cardiff University's School of Mathematics demonstrated how tsunamis are triggered by earthquake.. Show more

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  • DEALING WITH BIRTHMARKS
    15 Feb 17

    Babies are often born with temporary blotches or pimples that soon disappear. Sometimes, these marks appear on their skin shortly after birth. These range from disfiguring to hardly noticeable. But, however they may be, they can be upsetting.

    Birthmarks can be raised or flat; have differe.. Show more

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  • New Applications That Keep Your Grey Cells Active
    14 Feb 17

    Students preparing for ‘All India’ level competitive exams will now have more opportunity to crack the exam and score better. There are several apps that can help those who are willing to secure top position. Online apps such as BYJU’s and Toppr are getting famous among thousand.. Show more

  • RESEARCH AIDS UNDERSTANDING MOON’S HISTORY BETTER
    13 Feb 17

    A recently published NASA-funded research in Icarus says that powerful solar storms can spark soils at the moon’s poles.

    Moon has no atmosphere. Hence its surface is exposed the harshness of the space environment. The top-most layer of the moon, comprising of rock and dust, i.. Show more

  • THE FIRST INDIAN NOBLE PRIZE WINNER FOR PHYSICS- C.V.RAMAN
    12 Feb 17

    Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, the first Indian who received the Nobel Prize in Physics was born in Tamil Nadu, India, on 7.10.1888. He was a brilliant student.

    At the age of 11, he passed his matriculation examination; and at 13, he passed his F.A exam with a scholarship.  He won.. Show more

  • Mystery of Sensory-Prediction in Premature Babies Solved
    11 Feb 17

    Scientists at Princeton University, the University of Rochester Medical Center and the University of Rochester have solved the mystery of sensory- prediction in premature babies.

    As per the findings, babies born premature do not use their expectations about t.. Show more

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  • OVERLEARN TO LOCK IN, SAYS RESEARCH
    10 Feb 17

    Everyone who learns- be it an actor learning lines or a teacher learning to teach key factors to students, or a musician learning music, has to sink the learning into his brain.

    Previous studies and the current one show that when one learns a new task and then shortly follows it with lear.. Show more

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  • VARIED RESPONSE OF LAKES TO NITROGEN DEPOSITION
    09 Feb 17

    Food webs of boreal lakes worldwide have been receiving no nitrogen deposition since ancient times. Now, these are expected to get an increased availability of inorganic nitrogen.

    Simultaneously, certain factors are leading to an increase in the dissolving of terrestrial organic carbon lo.. Show more

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  • Food Insecurity Brings Changes in Children
    08 Feb 17

    Scientists from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and Boston Medical Center (BMC) analyzed 23 peer-reviewed articles. Through the studied articles the researchers observed associations between FI and adverse childhood developmental-behavioral outcomes.

    As per the researchers, th.. Show more

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  • Man from Kerala Invented a Technology to Help Differently Abled
    07 Feb 17

    Biju Varghese, an engineer from Kerala, India, has invented a technology that allows people in wheelchairs to drive using a hand-operated brake, clutch and accelerator lever. Additionally, this device can be fitt.. Show more

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  • Finding Life beyond Earth with the Right Tool
    06 Feb 17

    A new tool is developed by Scientists that can look for signs of life with 10,000 times more sensitivity than instruments carried on previous spaceflight missions.

    One path of finding life on other planets -- or.. Show more

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  • Astronaut Kalpana Chwala: The Kohinoor of India
    04 Feb 17

    Born on March 17, 1962, Kalpana Chawla is an idol for many. Today we know her as an Indo- American astronaut and the woman from India who went on a space mission.

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  • Jossa’s Instructs School Education Boards in India
    04 Feb 17

    IIT JEE 2017: JoSAA tells school boards to give a cut-off for top 20 percentile of class 12 examination results before June 10’ 17. The JEE Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) has taken this step to avoid any hindrance in admissions to the Indian Insti.. Show more

  • NEW DEVICE MEASURES LIGHT IN VISIBLE SPECTRUM
    03 Feb 17

    For measuring incredibly fast optical phenomena, something more than a good stopwatch is necessary. The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University have come up with a device for this. It is called an optical frequency comb.

    Normal lasers contain a single frequency of .. Show more

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  • 1816 MACKEREL YEAR AND TODAY’S CLIMATE CHANGE
    02 Feb 17

    In 1815, at Mt.Tambora, Indonesia, the world’s largest recorded volcanic eruption occurred. A team of New England-based researchers conducted a multi-layered, multi-disciplinary study on its catastrophic effects on commercial fisheries and coastal fishes in the Gulf of Maine. This may conve.. Show more

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  • UTAH LAW SCREENS CMV-POSITIVE INFANTS
    01 Feb 17

    In the US, cytomegalovirus (CMV) is the most frequent congenital infection, affecting approximately 30,000 newborns or 1 in 150 children each year. In Utah, this roughly equates to one newborn per day.

    A newborn with CMV infection does not exhibit any symptoms. But the virus is likely dam.. Show more

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  • A New Framework Suggested for Sc-Co2 Estimation
    31 Jan 17

    The social cost of carbon (SC-CO2) is a net estimate, in dollars, of the damages caused by society in the form of carbon dioxide emissions in a given year.

    It takes into account both the benefits and disadvantages associated with per metric ton of CO2 emissions. Fact.. Show more

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  • TRAPPIST Telescope shows Characteristics of the Dwarf Star
    30 Jan 17

    A magazine called Astrobiology Magazine churning out stories from the past year. The Story of ‘Astronomers using the TRAPPIST telescope’ is number 5 in the list. Originally, the story was published on May 2, 2016. As per the reports, .. Show more

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  • Scientists Showcases New Computational Modeling
    27 Jan 17

    Scientists at the University of Tsukuba have introduced a new computational modeling approach that provides precise 3D data of anatomical distribution. Through the study, the scientists claimed that the new computational modeling approach can provide data on air flow, vortex formation, and lift a.. Show more

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  • Psychological Therapies Can Prevent Eating Disorder in children
    25 Jan 17

    As per the scientists eating disorder in children, commonly known as Binge Eating disorder, can be treated with the help of psychological therapies.

    These therapies are divided into two parts such as ‘family therapy’ and ‘cognitive-behavioral therapy’. The scientis.. Show more

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  • DELHI GLOBALLY LAGS BEHIND IN HEALTH CARE
    24 Jan 17

    A new report by the New York University suggests that the progress of health care system in Delhi is insufficient for a global city.

    India has economically grown over the past decade. It has accomplished many innovations and productions in the health care and pharmaceutical field. But it .. Show more

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  • AN ASTEROID AIDS STUDYING PLANET FORMATION PROCESS
    23 Jan 17

    NASA has planned a robotic mission to investigate “16 Psyche”, a 200-km-wide asteroid situated in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. The robotic mission to be launched in 2023 will reach 16 Psyche in 2030.

    Psyche 16 contains large amounts of nickel and iron, and small.. Show more

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  • TABLET DEVICES- AN EFFECTIVE APPROACH FOR MANAGING DEMENTIA
    21 Jan 17

    Dementia is a health condition where patients exhibit a decline in memory or other thinking skills, which affects their ability to execute day-to-day activities.

    A new study by Ipsit Vahia, medical director of Geriatric Psychiatry Outpatient Services, McLean Hospital, says that using tabl.. Show more

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  • Fluctuations of Wind Energy Depends on the Natural Variability of Resources
    20 Jan 17

    Scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have explained the turbulence theory. The scientists used turbulence theory combined with experimental wind plant data to explain the statistical nature of wind power fluctuations. Through the research the sc.. Show more

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  • Warm Temperature Affecting Arctic and Antarctic Ocean
    19 Jan 17

    A study shows both Arctic and Antarctic Ocean bears record lows in sea ice extent in November. Additionally the scientists have observed that the ice in these oceans retreat at a time when the region faces the cold darkness of winter.

    The stud.. Show more

  • ALL ABOUT PROTEINS
    18 Jan 17

    Proteins build, maintain and replace your body tissues. Your muscles, organs and immune system are composed mainly of proteins.

    Proteins are made up of long chains of basic units called amino acids. There are 22 different amino acids. 13 of these can be synthesized within your body. The r.. Show more

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  • Fixing Overuse and Underuse of Health Care Can Improve Health
    17 Jan 17

    A recent study led by an Australian author, Professor Adam Elshaug from the University of Sydney, has shown both overuse and underuse of medical care are extensive problems. This happen side-by-side in different countries, within countries and among populations.

    This is not all, the resea.. Show more

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  • NEW OPTICAL DEVICE CORRECTS SUN’S IMAGES
    16 Jan 17

    A new cutting-edge optical device has been developed at the Big Bear Solar Observatory, New Jersey Institute of Technology. This device rectifies the sun’s images distorted by several layers of atmospheric turbulence. This provides scientists with the most accurately detailed r.. Show more

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  • STAR-GRAZERS PLUNGING INTO A YOUNG STAR DETECTED
    13 Jan 17

    Nasa’s Hubble Space Telescope has detected comets plunging onto a star. This star named HD 172555 is only 23 million-years old and is located 95 light-years from earth. The presence of these comets was concluded by detecting gas which probably is their icy nuclei’s vaporized remnants... Show more

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  • Existence of Hot Hydrogen, Found on Earth’s Climate
    12 Jan 17

    Scientists have revealed few hydrogen atoms in the thermosphere. The thermosphere is commonly known as the upper layer of Earth’s climate. The scientists have said that the new finding has changed their previous understanding of the hydrogen distribution. Additionally, the understanding of .. Show more

  • SLEEP DEPRIVATION’S HEALTH IMPLICATIONS
    11 Jan 17

    An important concern for urban people is lack of sleep. It silently triggers several health issues in them. Getting sufficient sleep aids in building up your immune system and regulating different hormones. Human body needs some 7-9 hours of night sleep after a hectic day’s work.

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  • Working-Class Jobs Devastate the Labor Market
    10 Jan 17

    Through a new study, the scientists have analyzed that the earning gap between working class and labour class people have returned to 1950 again. The economists from the University of Duke and University of Chicago have done the research to measure the median earning gap between black and white m.. Show more

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  • CONTINUOSLY EMITTED GRAVITATIONAL WAVES IN NUETRON STARS
    09 Jan 17

    A recent research shows that a population of neutron stars spins much slower than expected. Professor Sudip Bhattacharyya, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, and Professor Deepto Chakraborty, MIT, USA, has found this. Neutron stars are the densest objects observed in the unive.. Show more

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  • SODIUM EMBEDDED CARBON INVENTED
    07 Jan 17

    The presence of a little sodium in carbon-based energy technology enhances the performance of electrodes by two-folds than that of the three-dimensional graphene which is currently in use. A new research conducted at Michigan Technological University by Yun Hang Hu, professor of materials science.. Show more

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  • First Functional Biological Pacemaker from Human Stem Cell
    06 Jan 17

    Scientists from the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University Health Network have developed an alternative of the electrical pacemaker. The scientists have created a biological pacemaker for which they have used cells from stem cells. The scientists have said that their newly developed .. Show more

  • Childhood Program Are Essential For Children’s Academic Success
    05 Jan 17

    The child experts have suggested that it is essential to understand the genetic factors that can impact on the children’s school success right from the beginning. Additionally, analyzing the impact of preschool programs on the career and future of the child is also important.

    It has.. Show more

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  • Running Can Improve Brain’s Function and Structure
    04 Jan 17

    Researchers from the University of Arizona have claimed that running can affect the brain structure and function. The scientists have done an MRI scan that shows runners' brains have greater functional connectivity than the brains of more sedentary individuals. For the researchers, the scientists.. Show more

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  • Scientists Rediscovered the Autism Brain Response Theory
    03 Jan 17

    Scientists from the university of Rochester Medical Center Department of Neuroscience have analysed the responses of brain with autism. As per the study, there is no computable variation in the response of people with autism towards repeated visuals and tactile stimuli.

    According to the n.. Show more

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  • Income Inequality Affects Countries Democracy
    02 Jan 17

    Researchers from the University of the Michigan State University political science have done a new research on election and its effects on poverty. The researchers said that the rising income inequality makes the democratic-satisfaction gap wider between electoral successors and losers. For the s.. Show more

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  • Researchers Found Strange Molten Metal Beneath Earth’s Core
    31 Dec 16

    The scientists have currently discovered strange signs of a swiftly moving river of molten metal in Earth’s core, buried thousands of miles below our feet. The metal is similar to the atmosphere’s jet stream, said the scientists. The scientists said the molten metal environment can be.. Show more

  • Scientists Discovering Graphene and Its Features
    30 Dec 16

    Researchers from MIT and others have currently peeled off the secret layers of graphene. The researchers are aimed to study the behavior including why the friction varies as the object sliding on it moves forward, instead of remaining constant as it does with most other known materials.

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  • Scientists Scales the Level of Co2 in Arctic
    29 Dec 16

    A team of scientists from the US has recently done a research on the melting snow or the sink of CO2 during spring. The research has been done by the scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, in collaboration with a team of other scientists.

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  • Allergy Treatment Affects Immune System
    28 Dec 16

    Researchers from North Carolina State University and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have prepared a method that can help to reduce the effects of histamine. It is been known that allergic reactions are driven by mast cells and basophils. The mast cell is the inflammatory cell found in ti.. Show more

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  • STEM INTERVENTIONS PROVED IMPACTLESS ON EXAM RESULTS
    27 Dec 16

    The UK government has been a lot concerned that the number of its students interested in subjects like science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are much lower than that in other countries. Since it felt that these subjects are vital to its economic growth, it offered STEM enrichme.. Show more

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  • Scientists Find Evidence of New Planet Formation
    26 Dec 16

    The scientists have discovered the formation of planets around young star also known as HD 163296.

    The astronomers have used the Atacama Large Millimeter/sub millimeter Array (ALMA) enclose compelling evidence that two newborn planets, each about the size of Saturn. The scientists have ex.. Show more

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  • NEW MATERIALS TO STORE HYDROGEN EFFICIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY
    23 Dec 16

    Jose Mendoza-Cortes, a researcher from the Florida State University has designed new materials to store fuel hydrogen more efficiently and economically in vehicles and other devices which utilize clean energy. He is an assistant professor in the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. He wanted to figur.. Show more

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  • Pollution Affects Pulmonary Vascular Function
    22 Dec 16

    As per the report by Dr Jean-Francois Argacha, a cardiologist at the University Hospital (UZ) Brussels, Belgium, pollution is affecting the function of blood vessels. The cardiologist has claimed that the study a.. Show more

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  • BROWSING CAUSES POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
    21 Dec 16

    The researchers at the Michigan State University studied laptop usage in an introductory psychology course. Analysis was done by logging onto a proxy server whenever a student went online. The intelligence and motivation levels of these students were measured by their ACT scores and an online sur.. Show more

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  • MARINE WORMS WITH LONG LARVAL STAGE FOUND
    20 Dec 16

    In their early development, most animals have an adult-like structure. But a recent research has found that some marine worms live with just a little more than a head for months together. This marine worm is known as acorn worm (Schizocardium californicum).

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  • Powerful Wind Detected On Giant Planet
    19 Dec 16

    A group of scientists have discovered that the gas giant HAT-P-7b is affected by large scale changes in the strong winds moving across the planet. As per the scientists’ observation, these strong winds are likely to lead to catastrophic storms. As per the scientists, this is the first time .. Show more

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  • Link between Working Memory and Children’s Learning
    17 Dec 16

    The scientists, from National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), have revealed a strong connection between "working memory" and how children learn. The scientists said there are several people who find it d.. Show more

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  • X-Ray Imaging Technique Developed By Scientists
    16 Dec 16

    The scientists have successfully developed an X-Ray imaging technology that can detect bomb as well as breast cancer. The scientists have made this technique in such a way that it can translate into various beneficial applications such as security and healthcare.

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  • Effective Solution to Reduce Pollution
    15 Dec 16

    China has currently come up with an effective idea to reduce pollution from the environment. Since many Chinese cities are facing the worsening environment quality, the country is planning to adopt environment-friendly Plug-in electr.. Show more

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  • Experts Update Digital Media Suggestions For Children
    14 Dec 16

    Experts from the American Academy of Pediatrics stated that it is important for parents to keep an eye on their children’s usability of digital media.

    The experts have advised that the media should be restricted to one hour a day only. Additionally, the media should also engage high.. Show more

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  • Alert! Warm Water Can be Dangerous for Health
    13 Dec 16

    The scientists from the University of Florida have conducted a research that showed the warm water is not good for health. As per the study bottled water is harmful if it is left at warm places for a long period .. Show more

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  • UNUSUAL “SOLITON” WAVES EXPLAINED AFTER 50 YEARS
    12 Dec 16

    Solitary waves called solitons are one of the most puzzling curiosities of nature. As they travel, these waves maintain their shape and energy instead of dispersing or dissipating. The new study was published by a team of physicists, mathematicians and engineers in the PRL (Physical Review Let.. Show more

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  • Scientists Captured Brain Activity during Human Thoughts
    09 Dec 16

    With the help of fast ‘FMRI’ the scientists have followed human thought by capturing rapidly fluctuating brain actions. FMRI, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging is considered as a measuring technique that counts the transformations in blood oxygenation.

    Earlier the FMRI tec.. Show more

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  • SAD MUSIC MIGHT STIMULATE POSITIVE EMOTIONS
    08 Dec 16

    A new Japanese study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology says that sad music might stimulate positive emotions. Its findings help decode why people love listening to sad music, says the researchers from the RIKEN Brain Science Institute, and Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan.. Show more

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  • CHILD’S MATH ACHIEVEMENT ENHANCED BY MOTHER’S EARLY ASSISTANCE
    07 Dec 16

    Early knowledge in math has a significant bearing on children’s achievement in later life, just like that of early literacy. A new research was conducted by scientists at the Boston College in this regard. Its findings were published in the journal of Child Development.

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  • India Failed to Achieve English Proficiency
    06 Dec 16

    As per the current reports, China is improving their general English proficiency with each passing day. On the other hands, India has lost two spots in English proficiency rankings. According to the new report by Swedish Education Company, EF Education India is placed at the 22nd spot.

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  • NEW RESEARCH EXPLAINS EARTH-MOON SYSTEM EVOLUTION
    05 Dec 16

    One of solar system’s strangest bodies is the earth’s closest neighbor- the moon. Its orbit lies strangely far from the earth, with an unusually large orbital tilt. Scientists have found this quite strange and have been unable to explain a scenario that has lead to the cu.. Show more

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  • MICRO-BUBBLES TO POWER MICRO-ROBOTS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS
    03 Dec 16

    A new approach which wirelessly powers micro-robots for biomedical applications has been developed by the research team at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany.

    For developing a wireless micro-robot for biomedical applications, a small-scal.. Show more

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  • FISHES SEND RED SIGNALS TO COMMUICATE IN THE DEEP BLUE SEAS
    02 Dec 16

    A recent research has found out that fishes communicate in the deep blue seas with their red signals. Some fishes have fluorescent cells which absorb blue light from the bluish grey surroundings of the deep sea, and emit it as red light. The ecological significance of this mechanism has been stud.. Show more

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  • Artificial Intelligence Can Change Lives: Stephen Hawking
    01 Dec 16

    The scientists Stephen Hawking stated that the artificial intelligence can change the world. As per the statement, the Artificial Intelligence has the power to eliminate poverty and disease. However at the same time AI put the human civilization at its end.

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  • WORLD’S LONGEST QUANTUM COMMUNICATION LINE LAUNCHED BY CHINA
    30 Nov 16

    China on 20 November 2016 launched the world’s longest secure communications network which is 712 km long. It runs from Hefei, the capital of Anhui province, to Shanghai, the financial hub of China. It is said to own ultra-high security.

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  • Scientists Uncovered the Hidden Hand of Shakespeare
    29 Nov 16

    The researchers have revealed the link between Shakespeare and the 16th-century play. As per the literary scholars from Australia, the five scenes in the 1592 tragedy, ‘Arden of Faversham’, were penned by Shakespeare. The.. Show more

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  • Cbse To Offer Scholarship To Single Girl Child
    28 Nov 16

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) offers merit scholarships to meritorious single girl children who have passed the 2016 class-10 examination from any of the CBSE-affiliated schools in the country. Applications are invited from the eligible candidates for this scheme. The online app.. Show more

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  • China Connects to Tibet
    25 Nov 16

    China has developed the World’s highest tunnel that connects to Tibet. As per the reports the tunnel has been made at the cost of USD 170 million. The developer sa.. Show more

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  • India- China Collaboration to Explore Hiuen Tsang’s Discovery
    24 Nov 16

    Currently China is shaking hands with Bihar Government to discover and excavate several spots in Pataliputra. China is planning to invite India soon with an aim to rediscover the findings.

    The team wants to understand the dis.. Show more

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  • Scientists Found the Speediest Animal
    23 Nov 16

    The scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Germany have discovered that the Brazilian free-tailed bats are the fasted flyers. When we talk about animals’ fast-flight capabilities, birds grab everyone’s attention as they are counted as the speediest ones.

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  • 2016 Year of Super Moons
    22 Nov 16

    The year of 2016 has come up with lots of surprises but our sky has become much brighter with the existence of super-moons. Super moon refer to an unusually large and bright moon. This year the first super moon stepped on October 16, and the second on November 14. As per the scientists during the.. Show more

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  • An Iron-Nickel Meteorite Noticed By the Scientists
    21 Nov 16

    The scientists of the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) project have captured some images of an iron-nickel meteorite. The scientists have confirmed that the found image is an iron-nickel meteorite. Moreover, the scientists are hoping that the meteorite may have fallen from the Red Planet's sky.

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  • Efficient Robotic Tutors for Smart Generation
    19 Nov 16

    The scientists have created an amazing idea that can increase students’ interest toward studies. The scientists have named this idea as robot tutor. These smart tutors find out whether the students are interested in studies or not. Moreover, after detecting the distracted students these new.. Show more

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  • Organs-On-Chips Hugely Simplifies Data
    18 Nov 16

    The scientists from Harvard University, research department have developed a 3-D- printed organ-on-a-chip that can sense information. The scientists have claimed that this newly developed technology can make the scientists’ lives easy. The 3-D-printed organs-on-chips with integrated sensing.. Show more

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  • ‘No Detention’ Policy to Change for Class 5th to 8th
    17 Nov 16

    The Indian government is considering of canceling the No- detention policy of students studying from class 5th to 8th. The policy was introduced earlier by UPA government. Currently the Human Resource development panel is planning to scrap the old policy and implement new policies across the nati.. Show more

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  • CBSE Mandatory Disclosure Order to Schools
    16 Nov 16

    Currently, CBSE has ordered all the schools coming under the Central Board of Secondary Education to disclose their Information publicly. As per the orders, schools across India have to disclose information related to schools on their website.

    Earlier the Board has simply advised this ter.. Show more

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  • Panic Button: Mandatory for Human Safety
    15 Nov 16

    The Indian government has decided to keep the ‘Panic Button’ on the priority list for the safety of humans. As per the announcement the panic button will be mandatory for all cell phones to be used in India. The mandatory.. Show more

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  • Spell like Harry Potter in New Feature by Google
    14 Nov 16

    Google has featured a new technique for smartphone users. This newly developed feature will help the users to spell magic words just like Harry Potter. Smartphone users can enter in the world of magic by using one click on their smartphone. The developers said that, by just saying “Ok Googl.. Show more

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  • App That Can Identify Mental and Physical Injuries
    11 Nov 16

    A smartphone-based app has been developed by the scientists which is beneficial for athletes. The scientists have claimed that this new app can record physical injuries and mental health symptoms. The app is capable of capturing 99 percent accurate results, said the researchers. Additionally, the.. Show more

  • Spinach: A Natural Detector
    10 Nov 16

    Many of us may be aware about the health benefits of spinach. But the scientists have found other fruitful factors of the greenie spinach that include the quality of detecting landmines. Yes, you read it right; the scientists have said that spinach can detect explosive material inside the soil. A.. Show more

  • Link between Human and Neutron Star
    09 Nov 16

    The researchers have done an amazing study that shows a connection between a neutron star and human cell. According to the study, the outer layer of the neutron star has a similar shape as our cellular membranes. Neutron stars are space body with super strong magnetic powers, made out of distorte.. Show more

  • Artificial Intelligence, Identifies Violation of Rights
    08 Nov 16

    Be aware of new artificial intelligence system (AI) made by the scientists to judge the human right trials. The scientists have made a millennium method which is capable of predicting the results of judicial decision accurately, in major international courts. A study has also been conducted by Un.. Show more

  • New Structure For Long Lasting Batteries
    07 Nov 16

    How many times it happens that you are working on your smartphone or tab and you stuck between because of your battery power? To reduce the battery issue in smartphones, tablets and electrical vehicles, scientists have introduced a new method. The development has been done by the researchers from.. Show more

  • New Technology to Detect Faulty FB, Twitter Posts
    05 Nov 16

    The researchers have created a new device that can sense people who post wrong reviews through multiple social media accounts to promote opinions. A research has been conducted by the scientists from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) in the US. According to the analysts, this practice.. Show more

  • Alert! Air Pollution May Linger For Generations
    04 Nov 16

    The researchers warn people of pollution and its trans-generational effects. According to a new study, the bad impact of air pollution is the biggest risk for the environment. As per the research by World Health Organization, the unfavorable effect of air pollution may remain in Delhi for future .. Show more

  • Class 10 Board Exams to Be Reintroduced
    03 Nov 16

    The Government is planning to make class 10th board exams mandatory from 2018. India’s largest national school test-conducting body, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), may set the questionnaire from 2018. In 2011.. Show more

  • Running Can Boost Exam Scores
    02 Nov 16

    According to a research a moderate running after learning increase the capacity of learning and remembering things. The researchers have also suggested a moderate running for students to remember things and information.The research has been done by the scientists from University of Applied Scienc.. Show more

  • The Sensory Powers of Spiders
    01 Nov 16

    A current research has revealed that spider can organise the worry and rigidity of their webs. According to the study, spider manages the process by using their sensory powers. Oxford University’s scientists have discovered that spiders use their sensory powers to position and spot prey as .. Show more

  • Illness Tracker Fabric by India-Origin Scientist
    28 Oct 16

    An Indian-origin scientist at the University of Rhode Island is planning to convert wearable cloth that can sense illness as well as can keep a health tracker.

    The research has been led by Kunal Mankodiya, Director of the University's Wearable Biosensing Laboratory. According to Mankodiya.. Show more

  • Researchers Found a Secret Nazi Base of Hitler
    28 Oct 16

    The researchers have revealed a secret Nazi base. According to the scientists, this Nazi base was built on straight commands from the German dictator Adolf Hitler, situated 1,000 kilometers from the North Pole. The researchers have found the location that is known as 'Schatzgraber' or 'Treasure H.. Show more

  • Pune Telescope Received Last Signal of European Lander
    27 Oct 16

    A huge telescope near Pune tracked the last signal sent from an aspiring European Space Agency mission. The Giant Meter Wave Radio Telescope (GMRT) is situated at Khodad, about 80 km north of Pune. 

    As per the reports this telescope has 30 big dish antennas, each of a 45-meter diamet.. Show more

  • Scientists Found New Bacteria Community
    26 Oct 16

    The researchers have currently discovered new microbial below the earth. The study was led by the researchers from the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and UC Berkeley. According to the scientists, the DNA sequencing has been done at the Joint Genome Ins.. Show more

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  • Ancient DNA Reveled Unidentified Bison-Cattle Species
    25 Oct 16

    The scientists have discovered a new species with the help of an ancient DNA. The new species have been named as ‘Higgs Bison’ by the researchers, which is likely to be a hybrid of Bison-Cattle.

    The species is being discovered by an inte.. Show more

  • Talk Reorganization App by Scientists
    24 Oct 16

    Developers from Microsoft have developed a technology that can identify the talk in a conversation. The scientists have claimed that their development has the capacity to identify the words of any dialogues. The technology has been created by a team of researchers and engineers from Microsoft. Ac.. Show more

  • Illegal Poaching Is Affecting Helmet Hornbill
    22 Oct 16

    An increasing demand of hornbill “ivory” has pushed the species of Helmet Hornbill into danger. An official from wildlife trade watchdog TRAFFIC has stated that the poachers are in search of hornbill’s species in Borneo’s western forests. According to the officials, demand.. Show more

  • Identification Manual for Tourists by Bandhavgarh Reserve
    21 Oct 16

    Currently Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh is working on a system that enables the visitors to identify the big cats by their characteristics. This is the first time that a National Reserve Park has done something which contradicts the Pan- India norms. As per the reports the National .. Show more

  • Asgardia, the First Outer Space Nation
    20 Oct 16

    Experts have revealed a New Nation state in the space. A report has showed that Asgardia can open up the access to space technologies. A team of scientists and legal experts have claimed Asgardia as the first nation state in space.

     

    There is an old believe that space explora.. Show more

  • Disappeared Pile of India and Eurasia
    19 Oct 16

    A study has discovered that half the real mass of India and Eurasia gone into the Earth's interior many years ago. The study was led by researchers at University of Chicago in the US. The researchers said, 60 million years ago, huge pile of India and Eurasia disappeared before the two landmasses .. Show more

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  • Kind People Are Happier Than Others
    18 Oct 16

    According to a recent study kindness can improve happiness. The research has claimed that being kind to others can slightly improve subjective well-being in humans. The study was led by the universities of Oxford and Bournemouth has done systematic review of the scientific literature.

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  • Bees Can Learn Skills Too
    17 Oct 16

    According to the Queen Mary University of London, bees can also have a learning capacity. The researchers did an experiment, through which they observed that insects can transfer skills through generations.

    According to the study animals including insects have more capacity to spread and .. Show more

  • Smartphone Can Smartly Control Live Bacteria
    15 Oct 16

    Stanford University has come up with a new smart phone microscope called LudusScope. The name was suggested after the Latin word ‘Ludus’ that refers to elementary school or play games as per the researchers. The scientists have claimed that this smart microscope can detect microbes th.. Show more

  • Motor Cortex Controls Humans’ Decisions
    14 Oct 16

    The scientists have revealed that human decisions are controlled by the brain. As per the study the scientists have found the evidence that challenges the traditional belief. Traditionally it is believed that the motor cortex functions the response mechanism without affecting the choice itself. Show more

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  • Scientists Finds Technology to Identify Water Pollution
    13 Oct 16

    The researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have created a DNA-based device. This newly developed device can detect and distinguish sources of microbial contamination in water. The research was done with the help of a PhyloChip that.. Show more

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  • October: Best Month to Watch the Super moon
    12 Oct 16

    According to the expert 16th October is going to be the best day to watch the full moon along with other planets such as Venus, Saturn and Mars. Astronomers also suggested to the sky-watchers that evening is the best time to see other planets as Jupiter can be seen in the early morning.. Show more

  • Avoid Sugar Drinks for Better Health
    10 Oct 16

    A research has showed that beverages with extra sugar can increase the risk of cancer. A Professor from Louisiana State University Health Sciences in New Orleans has suggested avoiding sugary beverages.

     

    Beverages such as sweetened soda, sugar-containing fruit juices and spo.. Show more

  • Scientists Find Substitute for 2D Graphene
    07 Oct 16

    According to a nature study two-dimensional boron is best material for stretchable electronics. The study has found that two-dimensional material such as graphine is a tough to apply on flexible electronics.

     

    Collaboration of the Rice lab of theoretical physicist Boris Yakob.. Show more

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  • Meditation Helps Tame Emotions
    06 Oct 16

    A recent study has observed that meditation can help to mild the emotions. The research has shown some miraculous effects on aggressive emotion. It has been found that people who do meditation get natural mindfulness.

     

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  • Raven and Crows Have Small but Clever Brains
    05 Oct 16

    A research at a University in Sweden has suggested that crows and ravens have intelligent brains. The researchers have compared the intelligence of crow and ravens with Chimpanzees.

     

    The analysts said that the neuronal quality and the structure of the birds' brains play an e.. Show more

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  • Evaluate Your Search Engine
    04 Oct 16

    Whenever you search something on internet, you choose a search engine. Internet is known as a complicated combination of computers, software, and maths. This whole complex combination helps you to find out your search.

     

     Some of the famous search engines such as Google,.. Show more

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  • Healthy Bacteria Inside Human Body
    03 Oct 16

     

    The scientists from MIT have created a protective layer that can save the healthy bacteria. The team of MIT scientists has produced a plan for delivering wide numbers of beneficial bacterial to the human digestive system.

     

    The protective layer can save the bac.. Show more

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  • Music as a Part of Curriculum Activity For Children
    01 Oct 16

    Many studies have proved that music plays an essential part in brain development. Every human like and enjoy music by listening, playing an instrument or singing. A recent study has proved that music helps in language improvement and in reasoning.

     

    Students who learn music i.. Show more

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  • Puzzling Fact about Universe
    30 Sep 16

    A new study has claimed that our universe is constant and it does not have any sense of preferred location. As per the study the universe does not move or stretch however it increases consonantly in every direction.

     

    The scientists have suggested that the galaxy which covers.. Show more

  • 15,000 Living-Viruses in Oceans
    29 Sep 16

    A new research from Ohio State University has discovered many type of viruses inside the ocean. The scientists have analyzed the data which showed that more than 15,000 new kinds of viruses reside under the ocean.

     

    A research by the team of scientists focused on the positive.. Show more

  • Micro Solar Domes to Light up Lives
    28 Sep 16

     

    Dr S. P. Gon Chaudhary, an Electrical Engineer from Jadavpur University has created a device that is lightning up millions of lives living in slum areas. Dr Chaudhary, an expert in the area of renewable energy has worked in this field for the last 25 years. He has created th.. Show more

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  • Brain Uses Mathematics to Make Sense of the World
    27 Sep 16

    The researchers from Princeton University US have claimed that the human brain is better in mathematics. The study showed that a human brain perform simple mathematics to solve the problems.

     

    The scientists also added that gradually the brain assembles the complicated observ.. Show more

  • Super Small Sensors for Human Body
    23 Sep 16

    The scientists have developed tiny device (fitbits) that can be implanted inside human body and brain. According to the claim by the researchers these sensors are as small as dust & can be worn as a fitness device. The scientists have tested the device on rats to get the successfully results... Show more

  • New Discovery on Corns Brings Good News for Farmers
    22 Sep 16

    Scientists from Iowa State University are on a research-trip and are on the verge to get better farming solutions for the cultivation of corn. According to an assistant professor of the university research will identify growth of corn beyond suitable environment.

     

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  • Extraordinary Pattern Found in Solids to Act like a Liquid
    21 Sep 16

    The scientists from of Central Florida in the US have developed a strange material that can work as a liquid without turning it into a liquid. During the research the scientists took a small size non flammable COF-5, which was created by humans. They compressed .. Show more

  • Octobot: Flexible, Wireless Robot
    20 Sep 16

    A team of three hundred scientists from Harvard University have created a robot that is neither mechanical nor electrical. These tiny Octobot can easily fit on the human palm as these have been created wit.. Show more

  • Are You a Mathematics Champ?
    19 Sep 16

    A new study by researchers from University of Texas, US has announced that students who can solve advanced level mathematics have higher chances to migrate.  According to a data developed by the researchers showed that people who did well in their academics and had control over their future .. Show more

  • Want To Live Long? Read A Book
    17 Sep 16

    Are you a bookworm who just sit in the corner and enjoy reading? So here we have good news for you. According to a new study reading can offer you a long life.

     

    More than this the researchers have also claimed that people who read books live longer than those who do not. Rea.. Show more

  • Migrating Birds Travel Faster In Spring
    16 Sep 16

    A study on migrating birds has revealed that birds prefer to fly faster in spring than in fall. As the breeding time comes near, birds start flying faster as they have wide distance to travel. Moreover arriving late to their breeding grounds can change their generative success.

     

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  • Submarine for ‘Titan’
    15 Sep 16

    Scientist from NASA is planning to send a submarine to Saturn’s Moon. The experiment was done to explore the depth and life on the planet. Saturn’s moon is widely known as Titan because of the dense atmosphere.

     

    According to the scientists unlike The Earth Titani.. Show more

  • Fabric That Can Keep You Cool
    14 Sep 16

    Have you ever thought of any fabric rather than cotton that can keep you cool from inside? Scientists from America are focusing on creating a material that could keep the body cool.

     

    This new cloth is a blend of.. Show more

  • Conversion of Sand into Fertile Soil by Scientists
    13 Sep 16

    A team of scientists from Chongqing Jiaotong University, China has successfully converted sand into fertile soil. This has been done with the help of a paste. The paste which has been made up of plant cellulose c.. Show more

  • Protective Shield for Food Items
    12 Sep 16

    A researcher from US has come up with an idea to protect food items. A US based scientist has developed an environment friendly thin plastic wrap. These films are made from milk proteins and can protect food to get spoiled.

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  • Prevention of Scars by New Compounds
    09 Sep 16

    Scientists from Indian origin have invented some new effective compounds.

    The creators have claimed that the new discovery can stop scars’ development.

     

    People can get rid-off scars as well as it can help people with burn and scaring disorders.

    The rese.. Show more

  • Fossils of Pterosaur from Jurassic Discovered
    08 Sep 16

    A new study has found a new species from the group of flying reptiles called pterosaur in South America’s Patagonia region. The researchers have named it ‘Allkauren Koi’ where ‘all’ stand for ‘brain’ and ‘karuen’ for ancient in Tahuelche langu.. Show more

  • Banana Supply Is At Great Risk
    07 Sep 16

     

    Banana which is known as the world’s leading fruit can be wiped out globally claimed a study. Analysts have warned that the danger might be coming from a compound called Sigatoka.

     

     Sigatoka is created by three fungal diseases, which can blank out t.. Show more

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  • Global Warming a Cause for Waterborne Diseases
    06 Sep 16

     

    A new study has found the link between global warming and rise of ‘waterborn diseases’. The scientists have mentioned that rising temperatures can be the reason behind the growth of vibrio- infections.

     

    Warterborn diseases that include food poisoni.. Show more

  • Dr. Radhakrishnan an Iconic Teacher
    05 Sep 16

    Once the great Greek philosopher said, “Those who educate children well are more to be honoured than they who produce them.”

    On the honour of teacher’s Day, we all remember Dr.Radhakrishnan, India’s 2nd president. But why do we celebrate our teacher day .. Show more

  • Culinary Skills in Kids Can Gift Them a Healthy Life
    03 Sep 16

    A study has revealed that children who learn cooking at an early age of seven to eight can lead a healthy lifestyle. According to a research kids who developed cooking skills right from the early age can prepare more than five meals per week afterwards in their li.. Show more

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  • ISRO Ready for Two Satellite Launches
    02 Sep 16

    The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has scheduled to launch two satellites in the month of September.

     

    According to the report by ISRO, it was scheduled to launch four key satellites within three months and lock to seventy satellites in the coming year.

    Two.. Show more

  • HUMAN BEHAVIOR TOWARDS NATIVE LANGUAGE
    01 Sep 16

    A new study by (SISSA) International School of Studies has discovered that humans are culturally biased toward their native language speaker.

    Not only this, the study has also revealed that kids from their early chi.. Show more

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  • Earth-Like Planet outside Our Solar System
    31 Aug 16

    A team of scientists have discovered a new earth like planet outside our solar system. This new planet has been named as ‘Proxima b’ because of its dwarf like size.

    According to the scientists, this newly found planet is 1.3 times as huge as Earth that revolves around a.. Show more

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  • CONNECTION BETWEEN LOSSLESS AND HUMAN BRAIN
    30 Aug 16

     

    Now if you are thinking about how do people easily recognize the complex pattern of songs, so here is the answer.

     

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  • Coin, Statue to Mark Mother Teresa’s Sainthood
    29 Aug 16

    To mark Mother Teresa’s sainthood ceremony in Vatican on September 4, a postal cover, coin and statue will be dedicated to the late Roman Catholic Nun.

    Indian Post will release first of its kind, unique postal and numismatic cover of Mother Teresa made of pure silk on September 2. Show more

  • Reach In and “Touch” Objects in Videos
    24 Aug 16

     

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is developing a new imaging technique that will help you reach in and “touch” objects in video.

    With the help of conventional cameras and algorithms, the technique known as Interactive Dynamic Video looks at almost hid.. Show more

  • Venus like Exoplanet Possess a Thin Oxygen Atmosphere
    23 Aug 16

    Astronomers were intrigued by a distant planet GJ 1132b after its discovery last year. This planet has a temperature of approximately 450 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas it is situated just 39 light-years from Earth.

     

    A Harvard astronomer Laura Schaefer and her team looked at th.. Show more

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  • Sunlight a Solution For Dye Waste
    22 Aug 16

     

    The scientists have developed a photocatalyst using titanium dioxide doped with red seaweed polymer carrageenan to degrade the dyes. The Central Salt & Marine Chemicals Research Institute Bhavanagar, Gujarat have been able to totally degrade three industrial dyes- methyl orange.. Show more

  • A Conservation Women Brigade to Save Rare Bird in India
    20 Aug 16

    Hargilla Army, a conservation brigade of 70 local women of Assam’s Brahmaputra Valley has been successful in reducing fear and protecting the .. Show more

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  • CBSE Math’s Paper to Get New Pattern in 2017
    19 Aug 16

     

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a statement on 17th August, 2016 about the difficulty level of the mathematics paper for the upcoming year’s Class XII board exams. The board stated that .. Show more

  • A New Opportunity for ITI Graduates
    17 Aug 16

     

    In a new guideline announced by National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) students undergoing vocational training will be able to obtain a class 12 certificate that will be equal to an intermediate certificate from Central and State  Boards.

     

    The NIOS i.. Show more

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  • India to Get Six New IITs
    16 Aug 16

    The Institutes of Technology (Amendments) Act, 2016, got President Pranab Mukherjee’s consent on 11th August, 2016. As per this act, six new Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) will set up in the country. IIT’s will be started in Kerala, Goa, Dharwa.. Show more

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  • Billabong High International, Noida hosted The Chronicles of Discourse – an Inter School Symposium
    12 Aug 16

    Billabong High International School, Noida (BHIS Noida) in collaboration with Hindustan Times PACE organized an Inter School literary event ‘The Chronicles of Discourse’ on the 4th August. The event was aimed at channelizing the positive energies of young learners across schools towar.. Show more

  • Central Government Grants Scholarships to Over 3,500 J&K Students
    11 Aug 16

    This year, the Central Government has awarded scholarships to over 3,500 students from Jammu & Kashmir to enable them to pursue higher education outside the state. These scholarships are worth Rs. 75 crore.

    "Earlier, the quota for Jammu & Kashmir students in engin.. Show more

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  • No Uniform Syllabus for CBSE and State Boards, Says Government
    10 Aug 16

    On Monday, Lok Sabha was informed that no proposal for a uniform syllabus in CBSE and state boards will be given by the government as it does not cater to the local issues such as culture and language.
    "The common curriculum does not consider the local contexts such as culture and language,.. Show more

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  • Single Teacher in Over 98,000 Primary Schools Managing the Academics, Says RTE
    09 Aug 16

    According to a report of the Right of Education (RTE) Forum, over 98,000 primary schools across the country are being managed by single teachers for all the classes between first to fifth standard.
    The inadequate number of teachers and lack of rationalization in postings are among the prime.. Show more

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  • DU’s evening law classes to be scrapped off due to poor facilities
    08 Aug 16

    The Bar Council of India (BCI) has submitted an adverse report regarding the evening law classes facilities of DU, which will be shut down and the student intake will be trimmed by around 800. The report was submitted to the university on August 6.

    “The matter has been approved in t.. Show more

  • Evaluation Plan for Schools In Capital
    06 Aug 16

    An evaluation plan was developed by the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT) of Delhi for only Delhi schools.

    The plan was launched in the presence of 1,024 heads of school, 150 mentor teachers and officials. Training on the programme, Dilli Shaala Siddhi, based on .. Show more

  • Government Makes New System of Ranking Educational Institutions
    05 Aug 16

    The Human Resource Development Ministry will ask educational institutions to publish data like number of teachers, infrastructure and students among others on their own websites. The general audiences will now have a say in the government rankings awarded to these institutions. This is an attempt.. Show more

  • Maxfort School, Pitam Pura & Rohini Taken Over by Government
    04 Aug 16

    Two branches of privately-run Maxfort School was taken over by the govt. on Wednesday after Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung’s nod on Tuesday night.

    Basis on the complaints the school was collecting regarding capitation fee and denying admission to poor students under the EWS quota, .. Show more

  • Adult & Adolescent in Same Class Can Cause ‘Behavioural Problems’
    03 Aug 16

    Under the new rules for Delhi government-run schools, which came into effect this year, a child older than four years will not be given admission in nursery. Similarly, a seven-year-old will have to be in Class 2 and a 17-year-old in Class 12. “If an adult is in the same class as an adolesc.. Show more

  • District Administration Decides to Initiate Anti-Ragging Measures
    01 Aug 16

    Three months after two 11th standard students were beaten up in Delhi Public School, Noida by their seniors, the District Administration decided to take an initiative for anti-ragging. District Magistrate, NP Jindal on Sunday, had asked all the educational institutes of Noida & Gre.. Show more

  • Online Courses Offered by Other Universities Can Now Be Taken by Students
    28 Jul 16

    The University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked the country’s central universities to introduce online courses under the government’s ambitious Swayam (Study Web of Active Learning by Young and Aspiring Minds) platform.
    The students will be allowed to take online courses of sel.. Show more

  • DU Graduates Will Now Have to Apply for ‘Degree Certificate’
    27 Jul 16

    The convocation for DU students this year has not been held till date. This is the first time that there has been an undue delay in the convocation. Till 2014, the ceremony used to be held in March, but last year it was held in May. This year, there has been no information about the dates. As per.. Show more

  • Crèches-Cum-Day Care Opening to Educate Children & Improve Slum Life
    26 Jul 16

    A day care centre-cum- crèches was opened in Bhajanpura two months ago, making it easier for the residents of the nearby slums to continue with their daily work, while having a satisfaction of keeping their children safe. Some of the children stay on till lunch; others stay there till 5pm... Show more

  • CIC Says, School, Teachers will be Liable to Pay Compensation for Hitting Students
    25 Jul 16

    Central Information Commission in an order said that a school and teacher will be held liable to pay compensation, if any student undergoes corporal punishment.

    The commission has directed Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) to disclose whether they have framed any policie.. Show more

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  • Manish Sisodia Asks Delhi Teachers to Cut Down Syllabus by 20%
    22 Jul 16

    Deputy Chief Minister & Education Minister, Manish Sisodia, has asked the school teachers to reduce the curriculum by 20%. “We were told we won’t be allowed to reduce the syllabus, so we have told our teachers verbally not to teach 20%syllabus and not to use it to test students. W.. Show more

  • New Students Will Have to Sign Decency Affidavit, Asked Film and Television Institute of India
    22 Jul 16

    After witnessing last year’s protest by the students against appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as Chairman, Film and Television Institute of India has asked the new batch to sign a decency affidavit. The affidavit is a general conduct for declaration of maintaining decorum in campus and not i.. Show more

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  • Manish Sisodia Seeks A Plan for 1.25 Lakh Students’ Admission
    21 Jul 16

    Delhi Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia asked DU Vice-Chancellor to come up with a detailed plan for the admission of 1.25 lakh students of Delhi, who passed out of class 12th, but couldn’t get admission for higher studies.
    “I am standing today at a moment, where there is a .. Show more

  • Sewage Plants to be Set-up in 12 Schools by NDMC
    21 Jul 16

    The New Delhi Municipal Corporation has decided to set up sewage treatment plants in 12 schools across Delhi. The size of these plants will depend on the space available. The treated water will be used to maintain horticulture around the premises.
    The council is working closely with National.. Show more

  • Tips and Tricks to Give Your Best at NEET 2
    20 Jul 16

    After the confusion regarding the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test in May this year, the Supreme Court has ordered that the second part of the exam will be on July 24, 2016. Students who appeared for NEET 1 know that the question paper was according to last year’s AIPMT pattern. NEET .. Show more

  • Foreign Universities May Come to India
    19 Jul 16

    The Commerce Ministry has initiated a discussion with the Human Resource Development (HRD) upon allowing foreign universities to open up campuses within the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as it will allow them to avoid heavy restrictions placed under Indian rules. SEZs are territories where India&.. Show more

  • Private Schools and Colleges to Pay Income Tax
    18 Jul 16

    The government has decided to treat private educational institutions on par with commercial establishments, and impose tax on them. Presently, most private educational institutions are registered as charitable trusts and run on not-for-profit model.
    Hindustan Times accessed the government d.. Show more

  • DU to Start Classes This Week
    18 Jul 16

    Delhi University will begin its new academic session from July 20. Classes for all three years will begin together. The university is yet to come out with its final cutoff list, which will be out on Wednesday, and the admission process will be completed by Friday, July 22. This year, the universi.. Show more

  • Education Ministry Makes Admission into IITs Easier for Financially Weaker People
    16 Jul 16

    The Education Ministry has decided to provide education loans at lower interest rates to students seeking admission into IITs, whose families have an income of lower than 9 lakhs per annum.
    Officials in the Prakash Javadekar-led HRD Ministry said while the fee for these institutes was hiked.. Show more

  • SC Rejects Plea Seeking Stay on Common Medical Entrance Exam Ordinance
    15 Jul 16

    The Supreme Court rejected a plea seeking a stay on the Common Medical Entrance Examination Ordinance on Thursday, July 14, saying it was not proper. Justice AR Dave, Head of the Bench, told Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi that they would be reviewing the validity of the ordinance.
    The top co.. Show more

  • Govt. School in Northeast Delhi Faces Staff Crisis
    14 Jul 16
    A government school in Sunder Nagri, Northeast Delhi implemented the rationing scheme due to limited available staff. From having two shifts in a day, they changed it to alternate teaching days for girls and boys. Till last academic year, the school was co-educational. This year the govt. ordered t.. Show more

  • Delhi-based Pearl Academy Denies Closing its Centres
    13 Jul 16
    The Undergraduate Grants Commission (UGC) had asked Pearl Academy to shut down all operations at its centres in Noida, Mumbai and Jaipur after several complaints were filed against it for tying up with Nottingham Trent University, Britain. A notice was issued under the definition of the UGC Act 1956.. Show more

  • Homework should be Fun, tells CBSE
    12 Jul 16
    CBSE recommended the schools to replace the word ‘homework’ with expressions such as ‘practice work’ and ‘self work’. The manual of 318 pages, posted on the CBSE website, suggested teachers and heads of schools to club these activities with concepts from lessons. It also has a set of guidelines de.. Show more

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  • Girl students good at use of technology
    18 May 16
    Eighth-grade girls are not only as skilled as boys at thinking through problems and using technology to solve them, they may even be a little better, a study released on Tuesday suggests. The findings come from a first-of-its-kind assessment of technology and engineering literacy by the Nation's Rep.. Show more

  • Scholarship for girl students
    25 Mar 16
    To encourage girl students from weaker sections to continue with studies, Wipro Consumer Care and Wipro Cares have announced Santoor Scholarship programme. It is an annual programme that will cater to candidates across Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka where they can pursue diploma or any othe.. Show more

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  • CBSE information on class XII maths paper
    25 Mar 16
    Important information from CBSE on class XII mathematics exam 2016. ... Show more

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  • Stanford launches graduate-level scholarship
    22 Mar 16
    The Knight-Hennessy Scholars will annually admit 100 high-achieving students with leadership and civic commitment, nominated by their undergraduate universities.... Show more

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  • SBI launches overseas education loan
    22 Mar 16
    State Bank of India has launched an overseas education loan for students who wish to pursue higher education abroad. The scholar loan scheme has been tailored for those students who get admission to a select list of 100+ top institutions in India. ... Show more

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  • Music university proposes gurukul system
    16 Mar 16
    The Karnataka State Dr. Gangubai Hangal Music and Performing Arts University may introduce ‘gurukula’ system to teach students music and performing arts at Dharmapura village in Hunsuru taluk. Both teachers and students will stay at the ashram that might come up in Dharmapura. ... Show more

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  • Applications invited for integrated Master's degree at UK varsity
    15 Mar 16
    Applications are invited for MComp Games Computing programme at the University of Lincoln, UK. It is a four-year integrated Master's degree which has been designed upon the study undertaken in equivalent BSc (Hons) programme. Students with minimum 80% in class XII and who have IELTS score of 6.0 or .. Show more

  • New specialisation in entrepreneurship
    14 Mar 16
    Jagannath International Management School (JIMS) in Kalkaji, Delhi is offering a two-year, full-time postgraduate diploma in management (PGDM) with a new specialisation in entrepreneurship, and international business. The course is a dual specialisation which allows students to pick any of the two .. Show more

  • No fee revision in pvt engineering colleges in TN?
    11 Mar 16
    As per news reports, there may not be a fee revision in the next academic year in private engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu. Colleges feel the new government may play safe, sources said. Justice Sri Krishna Fee Committee report has given a break-up of a college’s requirement which provides option.. Show more

  • Artificial intelligence in education world
    11 Mar 16
    A recent article on Forbes talks about how artificial intelligence (AI) can play a significant role in the education industry. The world, as is, today is running on AI! From social media sites suggesting friends to cameras with sensors clicking the perfect picture to Siri managing our calendar- AI h.. Show more

  • Indian students need more varsities for higher education
    10 Mar 16
    The new education policy that is likely to be submitted this week could unveil a roadmap that may transform higher education institutes into centres of excellence. Having said that, as per media reports, every year 2,00,000 students take admissions in foreign universities for reasons which range fro.. Show more

  • UP's 1st tribal museum-cum-research centre
    21 Mar 16
    A first-of-its-kind ethnographic museum will be opened for public viewing in Lucknow later this year. Ethnography is a systematic study of people and cultures and the tribal museum will be set up at Lucknow University’s department of anthropology. From rare and unseen iron embellishments worn by t.. Show more

  • Admission alerts
    09 Mar 16
    Indian Institute Of Science, Bangalore Applications forms are available at www.iisc.ernet.in for research, postgraduate, PhD and external registration programmes. The eligibility for each course is available on the website. The last date for submission of application is March 21,2016. Teri Unive.. Show more

  • Skills training to get a push in new education policy
    08 Mar 16
    A 5-member committee that has drafted the new education policy is likely to suggest a revamp of the three-language formula, introducing new streams and making skills training an integral part of curricula. The committee is likely to submit its report this week. Sources said the new policy could tra.. Show more

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  • IIT entrance exam to be held in foreign locations
    24 Feb 16
    In order to fetch global talent, the IITs are now planning to hold their entrance exam in Singapore, UAE, Ethiopia and SAARC nations from next year to select foreign students for their undergraduate and postgraduate courses. ... Show more

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  • CBSE's pre-exam counselling session begins
    01 Feb 16
    CBSE's pre-examination counselling for students and parents began from today, February 1. IT will continue up to 22nd April, 2016. For the 19th consecutive year CBSE will provide counselling to students at the time of preparation and during the examinations to overcome exam related stress.... Show more

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  • CBSE makes e-portal on exam activities available
    29 Jan 16
    Examination related activities and online publications can be accessed on CBSE's e-portal.... Show more

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  • Class X date sheet
    21 Jan 16
    CBSE releases date sheet for main exams 2016 for class X.... Show more

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  • Class XII date sheet
    21 Jan 16
    CBSE releases date sheet for main exams 2016 for class XII.... Show more

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Events

  • MUSIC/DANCE
    20 Sep 17

    Sabrang Utsav 2017 on 23rd & 24th September 2017

    Time : 6:30 pm

    Venue : C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi-110003
    Schedule :

    23rd September :
    Inauguration
    Vocal Recital
    By Bhaveen Gossain, Kasur-Patiala gharana
    Accom

  • FILM FEST
    15 Sep 17

    "The Open Frame 2017" at Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), Lodhi Estate at 10AM on 15th to 19th September 2017

    15 and 16 September, 10:00 onwards
    Mini – INPUT: A curated package of the best public television programmes from around the world, from the International Conference of Broadcasters, Greece, held in May 2017

  • EXHIBITION
    13 Sep 17

    "Terra Firma" group show by Gurudas Shenoy, Milind Nayak, Praveen Kumar and Shirley Mathew at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi from 16th to 21st September 2017

    Time : 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

    Reflecting on the urge of humanity to co-exist in the natural, the body of works by four artists of Karnataka, relate

  • TALK
    08 Sep 17

    "The Iron Cage - On Anthropic Essence and Existence: Within and Without Eurocentric Modernism" at Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi at 7PM on 13th September 2017

    Speaker: Prof. R. Kanth (Affiliate, Harvard University, 2007-2017).

    Chair: His Excellency Demetrios Theophylactou, Cypriot High Commissioner.

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  • DANCE
    07 Sep 17

    Solo Kathak recital by Raksha Singh, followed by Ritu Shringar at The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi at 7PM on 12th September 2017
    It is a musical dance choreography based on Four Seasons performed by Raksha Singh & Group
    Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served Basis)

  • DOC FILM
    06 Sep 17

    FDZone Delhi presents "Last days. Last shot" in Hindi/Bengali at Casuarina Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi at 7PM on 10th September 2017
    The film casts a gentle look at two men in Varanasi, their contrasting ideas on death and liberation. The director will be present for a discussion afterwards.
    Director : Sumira Roy

  • EXHIBITION:
    02 Sep 17

    "Apologue and Archaeology" by Samit Das at Gallery Espace, 16 Community Centre, New Friends Colony, New Delhi from 8th September to 7th October 2017
    Time :
    8th September : 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    9th September to 7th October : 11:00 am to 7:00 pm (Sundays Closed)

    Entry : Free

  • EXHIBITION
    01 Sep 17

    "Sangam Unplugged" Solo Painting Show by Bakula Nayak at Convention Centre Foyer, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi on 6th, 7th & 8th September 2017


    Time : 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM


    Entry : Free

  • MUSIC
    31 Aug 17

    Siddha Veena / Sarod recitals by Siddhartha Bannerjee & Srinjoy Mukherjee at Amaltas Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi on 5th September 2017
    Time : 7:00 pm
    Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served Basis)

  • EXHIBITION
    30 Aug 17

    'A World Within A World' solo show by Artist Anushree Gupta at Furncraft De'Collage, Ambawata One Complex, Mehrauli, Nw Delhi on 2nd, 3rd & 4th September 2017

    Time : 
    2nd September : 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    3rd & 4th September : 11:30 am - 6:30 pm

    It showcases a new range of around 15 artworks, 1 installation

  • EXHIBITION
    28 Aug 17

    "Satrangi" A group show of Bheel Tribal Art by OJAS ART Awardees 2017 at Ojas Art, 1AQ, Qutab Minar Roundabout, Mehrauli Road from 11am to 7pm on 31st August to 24th September 2017


    Master artist Lado Bai, known for creating visually scintillating art works and Protégé artist Subhash Amaliyar along with three other artists of th

  • EXHIBITION
    26 Aug 17

    19th Century Swadeshi Art (Paintings & Prints) at Akar Prakar Art Advisory, 1st Floor, 29 Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi from 28th August to 15th October 2017

    From the mid 18th to mid 19th century, many local artists were patronised by the Company's Bureaucrats and officers. Some of these paintings are called 'Dutch Bengal' or 'French Bengal' ac

  • EXHIBITION
    25 Aug 17

    'Reflections - 2' 20th Solo Exhibition of Recent Paintings by Purnendu Mandal at Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road starting from 27th August 2017 to 31st August 2017
    Time : 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
    Entry : Free

  • EXHIBITION
    23 Aug 17

    ‘Salam India’ group art show at Artizen Art Gallery, Pearey Lal Bhavan, 2, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg on 26th, 27th & 28th August 2017.

    Time: 26th August : 5:00 pm and 27th and 28th August : 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.

    Entry : Free.

    ‘Salam India’ group art show of Paintings, Digital Media, Installation, Photography

  • EXHIBITION
    22 Aug 17

    "Remembering Partition: Unheard Stories" on 25th Aug' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    A multimedia exhibition that highlights unheard voices – the story of a woman still living in a refugee camp; how a city-wide Bachelors degree examination was put on hold due to a referendum in Sylhet; how two brothers travelled from Travancore State to the North-West Front

  • EXHIBITION
    21 Aug 17

    "Whispering Torsos" a solo show by artist Kanchan Chander at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road between 11AM to 7PM on 18th to 23rd August 2017.

    A woman of present, Kanchan Chander, creates expression though her drawing and painting on canvases, paper, mixed media and installations with a unique charisma to engage her

  • EXHIBITION
    19 Aug 17

    "Abstract Expressions" a solo show of paintings by Richa Sharma at Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road on 22nd to 26th August 2017.

    Time :
    22nd August : 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm and 23rd to 26th August : 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.

    Entry : Free

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Ro

  • EXHIBITION
    18 Aug 17

     "Tranquil Trialogues" Group painting show by Nivedita, Nira Davar and Renuka Sondhi Gulati at Convention Centre Foyer, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road at 10AM-8PM on 21st to 24th August 2017.

    Entry : Free

  • FILM AND THEATRE
    17 Aug 17

    NTLive Broadcast of "Peter Pan" English Play at The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road at 7PM on 20th August 2017.

    An Old World Culture Presentation

    When Peter Pan loses his shadow, headstrong Wendy helps him to reattach it. In return, she is invited to Neverland, where await a host of exciting characters.

    Wri

  • EXHIBITION
    16 Aug 17

    "Edges of India: Karnataka & Goa" A Solo Show of Photography by Krish Bhalla on 19th Aug' 17 at 5:00 pm.

    This World Photography Day Mr Krish Bhalla is presenting his documentary photographs at IGNCA in his maiden gallery exhibition Edges of India: Karnataka and Goa. The exhibition will be inaugurated at 5pm on Saturday, 19th in the presence of

  • TALK
    14 Aug 17

    "Interpreting the Past through Science" as part of 'Indian Archaeology' Series on 18th Aug' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    Speaker: Dr. V. N. Prabhakar, Superintending Archaeologist, Archaeological Survey of India, Visiting Faculty at the Archaeological Sciences Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar.  Carried out investigations on the bead dril

  • EXHIBITION
    12 Aug 17

    Russian Centre of Science and Culture jointly with BRICs International Forum, International Federation of Indo-Russian Youth Clubs and Forum of Indian Photographers and Artists presents "Youth in BRICS" Photography Show on 15th Aug' 17 between 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

    Venue : Russian Centre of Science & Culture (RCSC), 24, Ferozshah Road, New Delh

  • TALK
    12 Aug 17

    "Smaran Sandhya - 125th Birth Anniversary of Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan and Acharya Shivpujan Sahay" on 16th Aug' 17 at 7:00 pm. As part of VAAK SERIES.

    Speakers: Prof. Abdul Bismillah and Prof. Gopeshwar Singh

    Chair: Prof. Nityanand Tiwari

    Collaboration : Bharatiya Jnanpith.

    Venue : Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre (

  • EXHIBITION
    11 Aug 17

    "The Velocity of Darkness" A Solo show of black and white photographs by Bivas Bhattacharjee from Kolkata on 17th Aug' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    Venue:  Art Gallery, Annexe Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • POETRY READING
    04 Aug 17

    Sahitya Akademi cordially invites you to its programme Literary Forum, an evening of Poetry Readings by Adeena Karasick (Eminent Canadian Poet) on 9th August, 2017 at 5:00 PM.

    Venue : Sahitya Akademi Conference Hall, Third Floor, Rabindra Bhavan, Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi.

    Entry is Free.

  • EXHIBITION
    26 Jul 17

    "The Raw Delhi" Solo Photography show by Asad Khan on 31st July’ 17 between 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

  • EXHIBITION
    14 Jul 17

    "Sarhadein" International Art Show on 20th July' 17 between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    "SARHADEN" International Group Art Exhibition is based on the border of our country and it is dedicated to Indian Army soldiers and martyrs.Through this exhibition we are trying to connect people and send a message of peace,love and unity all over the world.
    We n

  • EXHIBITION
    06 Jul 17

    "Compassion Conceived" solo show of Prints and Paintings 'Mimesis' by Rajni Sahni on 11 July' 17 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. She studied Advance Diploma in Graphics from Santiniketan.

    Mimesis means representation of self or we can say that the act of expression. Through her exhibition Rajni Sahni wants to depict what she had in mind during the time

  • EXHIBITION
    30 Jun 17

    "Sacred Places and Pilgrimages in Japan" on 5th Juny' 17 between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    This exhibition will exhibit numerous photographs related to the pilgrimages and sacred places in Japan which are included under the World Heritage category of UNESCO. Since this exhibition focuses only on the places of Peace and Power, limited works will be disp

  • THEATRE
    24 Jun 17

    "Kahani ki Kahani, Ismat ki Zubaani" Hindi Play on 29th June' 17 at 6:30 pm.A play based on Ismat Chughtai’s autobiography, Kaghazi hai Pairahan, and other stories

    The play “Kahani ki kahani, Ismat ki zubaani” is based on the life of Ismat Chughtai as narrated in her autobiography KAGHAZI HAI PAIRAHAN and through four of her very

  • THEATRE
    20 Jun 17

    The Summer Theatre Festival from 23dr to 30th June' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    Schedule :

    23rd June : William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'
    24th June : Mahesh Dattani's 'On A Muggy Night In Mumbai', Language : English
    25th June : Agatha Christie's 'Appointment With Death'
    26th June : Mahasweta Devi's 'Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa'
    27th June : M

  • TALK
    15 Jun 17

    "Recent Archaeological Excavations in Arathipura: A Jain Temple in Karnataka" by Dr. Arun Raj, Archaeological Survey of India. As part of 'Indian Archaeology' Series on 19th June' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    Venue : Conference Room - 1, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • MUSIC & DANCE
    08 Jun 17

    Performance by Har Sakhiyan, an all-women group performs traditional Mystic Sufi Qalams, followed by Odissi dance recital on the poetry of Sufis on 13th June' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION
    04 Jun 17

    "Vandevta" solo show of paintings by Dhananjay Mukherjee on World Environment Day on 7th June' 17 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    My Words about my art...
    I create graphic and structural uniformity on canvas through the play of light and shade. My paintings are basically a judicious mix of the abstract and realistic forms, which stem from unique im

  • DANCE
    24 May 17

    Dhwani presents “Retrospection” on 29th May' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    “Retrospection”, a retrospective of two of Vaswati Mishra's acclaimed choreographic compositions Taateel, presented by the students of Pt. Shambhu Maharaj Kathak Academy, was first choreographed in 1993.The music, costumes and part of the choreography have been rew

  • EXHIBITION
    15 May 17

    "Inheritance of Loss" a solo show of Paintings by Ashish Khushwaha on 19th May' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    Venue : Main Art Gallery, Kamaladevi Complex, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.  

    Entry is free.

  • Book Discussion
    12 May 17

    In the Shadow of the Devi-Kumaon" An illustrated talk by Dr. Manju Kak on her new book, In the Shadow of the Devi: Kumaon. Of a land, people and craft (New Delhi, Niyogi Books 2017) on 15th May' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    The book details the legacy of a land, a people and a craft deeply entwined with its environment. Manju Kak looks at this enigmatic land of

  • Creative Writing Workshop for Children
    03 May 17

    The Story of Emoticons: Creative Writing Workshop for Children on 7th May' 17 from  10:00 am 17:00pm.

    Sailing Leaf Presents
    The Story of Emoticons: A Creative Writing Workshop

    We express not to tell sto

  • EXHIBITION
    01 May 17

    Alliance Française de Delhi presents "Objectif Sport" a photography show on 5th May' 17 from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    Each year Fondation Alliance Française organizes an International photography contest within the wide network of Alliance Française, spread across all the 4 continents. This year the topic of the competition was &l

  • EXHIBITION
    29 Apr 17

    A Solo Show of Sculptures & Paintings by Gurmeet Goldie of Chandigarh on 1st May' 17 at 6:00 pm.

    The soul reason of me working on this exhibition is solely dependent on relationships. We seem to have been losing the values and ethics of our society and our families are growing apart. Good and strong relationships will always lead us to the pos

  • MUSIC
    25 Apr 17

    Acoustics Session With Saif on 27th April' 17 from 9:00 pm - 12:00 midnight.

    Venue : The Flying Saucer Cafe, Nehru Place, New Delhi.

    Entry : For Reservation & Bookings: 9560088341, 9560088342

  • DANCE
    22 Apr 17

    "Guru Pranam Utsav 2017" A festival dedicated to the memory of late Guru Srinath Raut on 24th April' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    24th April : Odissi dance performance by Jyoti Shrivastava with her senior disciples; Suraj and Manoj duet Odissi dance, disciples of Guru Duga Charan Ranbir; Group Odissi performance by disciples of Guru Madumita Raut.

    Venue

  • EXHIBITION
    20 Apr 17

    "Symphony of Nature" clay, wood and textile show on 21st April' 17 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION
    17 Apr 17

    "Symphony of Nature" clay, wood and textile show on 18th April' 17 at 6:00 pm.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • FOOD FEST
    14 Apr 17

    Delhi Food Truck Festival 2017 on 15 April' 17 from 11:00 am to 09:00 pm. A festival, of magnanimous food lovers - Delhi Food Truck Festival would be a two days event of extravaganza for visitors to relish and indulge in the local, national and international cuisines served by the Top Food Trucks in Delhi-NCR. The event will offer plethora of fun and ente

  • EXHIBITION
    12 Apr 17

    Sculpture show by Sumita Chandani Rekhi on 13 april' 17 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Art for me is as natural as it is to breathe and as individual as our finger prints. It is a desire to express whatever it is we wish to, in a creative and artistic manner, with an intention to please the senses or at least to rattle and unnerve them.
    If it jolt

  • TALK
    10 Apr 17

    "Buddhism in Mainland SE Asia" on 11 april' 17 at 6:30 pm.Dvravat - Buddhist Art and Culture of Thailand: Between Tradition and Innovation
    Speaker: Mr. Nicolas Revire
    Venue : Conference Room - I, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • MUSIC & TALK
    06 Apr 17

    Ajay P. Jha, Mohan Veena exponent, will give a lecture and demonstration on how the instrument came into being, and how it adapted itself to the Hindustani classical format on 7th April' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    As part of IHC Music Club's 'Listen, Share, Discuss' series.

    Venue : Amaltas Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

  • EXHIBITION
    04 Apr 17

    Delhi Blue Pottery Trust presents Annual Students Show of Contemporary Ceramics on 5th April' 17 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Sardar Gurcharan Singh started Delhi Blue Art Pottery in 1952 in Delhi. Apart from producing tiles and jaalis to embellish buildings and bringing handmade glazed tableware to Indian homes, the pottery was the only centre for l

  • She leads India
    27 Mar 17

    She Leads India is an action packed summit with powerful and moving speakers from India and rest of the world. India’s biggest women’s summit to be held in New Delhi on March- 30- 2017, the event will start from

  • Aahvaan's Colour Run
    24 Mar 17

    DTU is organzing this run with the motive to celebrate different colours of India. The event will happen on March-26’ 17 at Delhi Technological University, from morning

  • Global Education Fair
    22 Mar 17

    Global Education Fair in New Delhi

    Great News for esteemed high school students, young professionals and highly regarded parents. Global Education Fairs in India will be conducted in New Delhi on 23rd March' 17. Only top universities from all over the globe will come and present their programs.

    Venue: Shangri-La's Eros

  • POETRY
    18 Mar 17

    "Jashn-E-Adab" Poetry Festival on 19th March' 17 at 4:45 pm.

    17:15 -18:00 Rehman all Unplugged
    The fame of Music ka Maha Magable and Amul Voice of Inda
    18:00 to 19:00 Kathak by Vidhal Lal and Abhimanyu Lal
    19:00 – 19:30 Closing Ceremony and Awards By Shri Anil Baijal, Hon’ble Lieutenant Governor of Delhi
    19: 30 Qaww

  • TALK
    16 Mar 17

    "XXVII International Federation Of Modern Languages And Literatures (Fillm), Unesco 2017 International Congress" on 17th March' 17.

    17th March : Chair: Dr Sukrita Paul Kumar
    Plenary summing up Address
    Speaker : Shri Ashok Vajpeyi
    Announcement of the FILLM John Benjamins 2017 best paper award
    Valedictory.
    Venue : Multipurpo

  • BOOK LAUNCH
    14 Mar 17

    “Samkalin Catalan Kahaniyan” by Aparajit Chattopadhyay, Suresh Dhingra and Sameer Rawal on 15th March' 17 at 6:30 pm. As part of 'Literature and Thinking' Series.

    Synopsis: Samkalin Catalan Kahaniyan is a collection of Catalan short stories translated into Hindi by Aparajit Chattopadhyay and Suresh Dhingra. Selection and prologue by em

  • FEST
    11 Mar 17

    "City Scripts 2017" Literature Festival on 12th March' 17 from 10:30 am - 5:30 pm.

    Cities, as idea, experience, and location, have inspired a wealth of narratives throughout history. These narratives archive the moments, people and practices that make and unmake a city over the years. More importantly, however, they allow for varied and enriching

  • Youth Festival
    07 Mar 17

    Hindustani Vocal Ensemble by disciples of Dr. Vineet Goswami on 8th March' 17 at 6:30 pm.
    Contemporary Dance by Salaam East
    Bharatnatyam Dance by Guru Jayalakshmi Eshwar’s disciples
    Kuchipudi Dance by Padma Bhushan Guru Raja & Radha Reddy's disciples
    Street Play by Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (evening)
    Contemporary Danc

  • EXHIBITION
    06 Mar 17

    Solo show of artworks by Angom Ajeeka Devi on 7th March' 17 from 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.The works showcased in the exhibition are varieties of the artist creative works.

    Angom Ajeeka Devi is from Imphal West District, Manipur. She is just 29 years old. In such young age, she has achieved heights in the field of Fine Arts and Crafts. For a girl, from a

  • TALK
    01 Mar 17

    Join us for the sixth edition of 'बैठक evenings with Sahapedia' with Ms. Shalmaly Mukherjee on the topic of 'The Sunderbans: Crocodile in Water, Tiger in Land, Humans in Middle Earth' on 2nd March' 17 from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm.

    About the talk: Situated within a larger UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that was designated in November 2001, the Sundarbans is th

  • OCCASION
    27 Feb 17

    "Remembering Ghalib" Annual program by Delhi Government on 28th Feb' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    Schedule : Tuesday, 28 February, 2017

    Tamsili Mushaira dedicated to Ghalib by eminent Shayars (poets)

    Manzar Bhopali, Aalok Srivastav, Moin Shadab, Khursheed Haider, Ranjit Chauhan, Gulzar Dehlvi, Laxmi Shankar Bajpai, Farhat Ehsaas, Kalim Samer, Si

  • 59th Annual Flower Show
    22 Feb 17

    59th Annual Flower Show. Special Attractions : Cacti, Orchids, Succulents, Herbal Plants, Cultural programmes, DU Haat & Food Stalls on 23rd Feb' 17 from 12 noon - 5:00 pm.

    Venue : Mughal Garden, University of Delhi, North Campus, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • BOOK LAUNCH
    20 Feb 17

    Penguin India presents "Collective Choice and Social Welfare" by Amartya Sen on 21st Feb' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    The author will be in conversation with Prabhat Patnaik, economist and political commentator.

    Venue : Amphitheatre, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • HEALTH WALK
    18 Feb 17

    Max Bupa walk for Health on 19th Feb' 17 at 7:00 am.

    Walking is simple, free and one of the easiest ways to get more active, lose weight and become healthier. It's underrated as a form of exercise but is ideal for people of all ages. From helping you to shed those extra calories to lifting your mood to controlling diabetes and lowering your blood

  • EXHIBITION
    16 Feb 17

    Art Alive Gallery presents "World of Watercolors" solo art show by Paresh Maity on 17th Feb' 17 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Art Alive Gallery presents an exhibition and book ‘Paresh Maity: World of Watercolours’, which showcases 40 years of Paresh Maity’s journey with Watercolors. With watercolor being the most difficult and oldest

  • Mela
    14 Feb 17

    31st Surajkund International Craft Mela 2017 on 15th Feb' 17 from 10:30 am - 8:30 pm.

    The Mela showcases the richness and diversity of the handicrafts, handlooms and the cultural heritage of India. The idea of hosting the Mela is to recreate a pristine rural ambience for foreign and domestic tourists, tell the patrons of arts and crafts of the ski

  • EXHIBITION
    13 Feb 17

    Retrospective show of Ram V. Sutar on 14th Feb' 17 from 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.

    Event is organised by AIFACS.

    Venue : All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS), 1 Rafi Marg, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • THEATRE
    09 Feb 17

    The Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust Celebrates 30 Years With The 15th Ishara International Puppet Festival 2017on 10th Feb' 17 at 7:30 pm.

    Delhi : India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry ticket Rs. 400/-

  • TALK
    08 Feb 17

    We are excited for the 3rd edition of 'बैठक evenings with Sahapedia' with Dr. Urmimala Sarkar Munsi on ‘Documentation of living traditions: Ethics and politics.’ Do join us for the session on 9th Feb' 17 from 5:00pm to 8:00 pm.

    About the Talk : The first day I heard of the word 'ethnography' in the beginning of my undergraduate course

  • TALK
    07 Feb 17

    Information Department of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in India along with Russian News Agency "Rossia Segodnya" cordially invites you to a Video Interaction with Professor Vladimir Filippov, President of the Peoples' Friendship University, Moscow (RUDN University) on 8th Feb' 17 at 1:30 pm.

    Professor Vladimir Filippov will share the init

  • EXHIBITION
    06 Feb 17

    Group Painting show by Iruvar Karunakaran, Rajesh Shah, Rajeshwar Nyalappali, RavindraTomer, and Surajit Santra on 7th Feb' 17 between 10:00 am - 8:00 pm.

    An articulate mix of beautiful artworks spanning depths of abstraction and figurativism. Art that evokes thoughts and emotions and renders peace to the senses, through a remarkable juxtaposition

  • Tulsidas Festival
    03 Feb 17

    Sahitya Akademi cordially invites you for 'Tulsidas Festival' a two-day National Seminar on 'Tulsidas: A Rereading' on 4th Feb' 17 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.

    Venue : Conference Hall, Sahitya Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION
    02 Feb 17

    "Parsing – The Mind’s Eye" A Solo Show of glass and light By Vijay Kowshik, senior artist on 3rd Feb' 17 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    The exhibition delves into the mind of the artist with expressions thrown from his agitated psyche striving to extract experiences from the collective consciousness. The medium of expression is ceramic in w

  • EXHIBITION
    31 Jan 17

    A retrospective show of Ram V. Sutar on 1st Feb’ 17 between 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.

    Organised by AIFACS.

    Venue: All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS), 1 Rafi Marg, New Delhi, Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION
    30 Jan 17

    Pathfinders presents "Natural Instinct" a solo show of photographs on Ladakh to promote Clean Himalaya Campaign on 31st Jan' 17 from 11:00 am - 8:00 pm.

    As avid bikers and mountain lovers we have been individually and collectively traversing thousands of miles and scaling scores of passes for more than two decades. Those journeys took us to places

  • EXHIBITION
    27 Jan 17

    Art Alive Gallery presents "World of Watercolors" solo art show by Paresh Maity on 28th Jan' 17 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Art Alive Gallery presents an exhibition and book ‘Paresh Maity: World of Watercolours’, which showcases 40 years of Paresh Maity’s journey with Watercolors. With watercolor being the most difficult and oldest

  • EXHIBITION
    25 Jan 17

    "Blended: A Fusion of Thoughts & Colours"  Solo painting show by Sarbdeep Jaswal on 26th jan' 17 between 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • TALK
    23 Jan 17

    Select authors participating at JLF spending an insightful evening at IHC over a conversation and Q&A about their body of work on 24th Jan' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    Collaboration : Jaipur Literature Festival and Penguin Random House.

    Venue : Habitat World, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

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  • FEST
    21 Jan 17

    Delhi Midtowners Rotary Fest on 22nd Jan' 17 between 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

    Stage performances showcasing Fusion Music, Chori Singing, Dances & Skits

    Multi-cuisine Food Stalls

    Collection of Winter Apparels & Accessories

    Stalls with Jewellery, Footwear and Decorative Items

    Kids Corner.

    Venue : Select C

  • EXHIBITION
    20 Jan 17

    “The Past Was Yesterday” a solo show by artist Akhilesh, Akhilesh-Artworks on 21st jan' 17 between 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.

    “The Past Was Yesterday” a solo show by Akhilesh-Artworks Renowned artist Akhilesh is celebrating a landmark event in his life, his 60th birth anniversary or Shasti Poorti, with an exhibition of paintings,

  • EXHIBITION
    19 Jan 17

    Vadehra Art Gallery  invites you to "Penal Colony" solo show of Madhusudhanan on 20th Jan' 17 between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    The exhibition title – Penal Colony – drawn from Franz Kafka’s short story titled ‘In the Penal Colony’ sets the stage for a set of layered references and critiques on colonization and its im

  • TALK & MUSIC
    18 Jan 17

    "Nautch Girls' Legacy in Indian Cinema" Pran Nevile speaks on the vanished institution of nautch girl followed by a concert by Dr. Charu Kapur on 19th Jan' 17 at 6:30 pm.

    Collaboration: K.L. Saigal Memorial Circle.

    Venue : C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delh

  • EXHIBITION
    17 Jan 17

    Art Konsult presents "Indigenous Art" a group show of folk and tribal art of India on 18th Jan' 17 between 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION
    16 Jan 17

    "When a 'Child is born'" solo show by artist Sanjeev Shashwati on 17th Jan' 17 between 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    Venue : Gallery No. 5, Lalit Kala Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • MUSIC
    13 Jan 17

    Musical night on 14th Jan' 17 at 8:00 pm.

    Classical Garden is a rendition of soulful classical instruments played in a sublime garden setting. We are creating a special musical milieu with handpicked performers,brought together to create musical harmony with their techniques and instrumentation.

    Focusing on the ancient Indian art of musica

  • TALK
    12 Jan 17

    A talk on "Make in India" on 13th Jan' 17 at 4:30 pm.

    As part of 'Citizen Centric Initiatives'. Introductory Remarks: Rajeev Sachdeva, Former MD, Siemens Poer Engineering Ltd. Keynote speakers: Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, Niti Ayog;

    Chair: Shri Ramesh Abhishek, Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP)

    Collaborati

  • Hindi Play
    11 Jan 17

    Mahesh Bhatt presents "The Last Salute" Hindi Play on 12th Jan' 17 at 12:30 pm.

    One of the defining political acts of our time is coming to Delhi in a Mahesh Bhatt-Promodome films and Asmita theatre group produced play, starring Imran Zahid.
    The play explores facts of the gulf crisis and the US intervention which has been questioned by the ci

  • EXHIBITION
    09 Jan 17

    Vadehra Art Gallery invites you to "Penal Colony" solo show of Madhusudhanan on 10 Jan' 17 between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Vadehra Art Gallery is delighted to present the solo exhibition of artist and filmmaker Madhusudhanan titled Penal Colony. Following his participation at the Kochi Muziris Biennale 2014 and India Art Fair 2016 this will be Madhus

  • MUSIC & DANCE
    07 Jan 17

    The 15 year legacy carried on by younger generation..!
    Swami Haridas–Tansen Sangeet-Nritya Mahotsav on 8th Jan' 17 at 6:30 pm. Swami Haridas–Tansen Sangeet-Nritya Mahotsav has been enchanting the connoisseurs, music lovers in Delhi for the past 15 years at a modest scale. Tansen festival has been an attraction for youngsters from all over

  • Book Fair
    06 Jan 17

    New Delhi World Book Fair 2017 from 7th Jan to 15th Jan' 17 between 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    Organiser : National Book Trust, India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education, Govt. of India.

    Venue  : Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

    Entry : Nominal Pragati Maidan entry charges apply.

  • EXHIBITION
    05 Jan 17

    "Remains of Ayodhya : Places of Worship" solo show of paintings by Kota Neelima on 6th Jan' 17 etween 11:00am to 8:00 pm.

    The self undertakes two kinds of journeys in a lifetime, the sensory and the spiritual. Like in any journey, points of reference mark the progress towards the destination and also help to find meaning in the landmarks crossed o

  • TALK
    04 Jan 17

    Raza Foundation presents "Golden Ratio, Fibonacci Sequences and Fractals in Mathematics, Nature and the Arts" by Balan Nambiar on 5th Jan' 17 at 6:15 pm.

    As part of 'Art Matters' Series.

    Venue : Seminar Hall - 2 & 3, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • MUSIC
    03 Jan 17

    IHC MUSIC CLUB – Listen, Share, Discuss Appreciating Music with Dr. Sudeep Rai: A Session Curated for Children on 4th Jan' 17 at 7:00 pm.

    Dr. Sudeep Rai, sitarist, composer & author leads a session on imaginative ways of opening up the world of music for children.

    Venue : Habitat World, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New

  • EXHIBITION
    02 Jan 17

    “Barren Red” a Solo Art Show by Punnet Kaushik on 3rd Jan' 17 between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    With Barren Red, Puneet tries to (re)establish techniques on the verge of extinction that include weaving , knitting, crochet and Tibetan bead work embellishment. The Exhibition showcases the folk and tribal art of various regions of India as it

  • EXHIBITION
    31 Dec 16

    Solo Show of sculptures by Pintu Sikder on 2nd Jan' 17 between 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.

    Artist's Comment : This is the age of industrialization. Every thing of our daily necessities these days is an industrial product. The basic ingredient may be natural, but the production of the basic ingredients too is influenced by industry for the simple reason to

  • MUSIC
    30 Dec 16

    New Year Eve 2017 With Dj Khushi on 31st Dec' 16 from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am.

    Venue : Privee, Shangri-La's Eros Hotel, 19, Ashoka Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi.

     Entry Rs. 7000/-

  • DANCE
    29 Dec 16

    Bharatanatyam recital by Abhishri Patil, disciple of Vasanti Shridharan on 30th Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • EXHIBITION
    28 Dec 16

    "Camera Dilli – Ka – A Delhi Photo Archive 1880 – 1980" on 29th Dec' 16 between 11:00 am - 7:00 pm. Presented by The Centre for Community Knowledge (CCK), Ambedkar University, Delhi

    An exhibition of photographs from the personal holdings and amateur photographers of Delhi. Called the Narain Prasad Collection in memory of the late

  • MUSIC TALK
    27 Dec 16

    Ms. Shabana Dagar, President of Ustad Imamuddin Khan Dagar Indian Music Art & Culture Society and The Dagar Archives presents Gunijan Sabha Verse 18 – “Principles and Practices of Dhrupad”. A performance of and interaction with Pt. Arijit Mahalanabis of Agra Gharana on 28th Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Thru interaction, we will unders

  • DANCE "Panchali - From Fire to Fire"
    26 Dec 16

    Rasadhwani, Ahmedabad, presents a Classical Dance Adaptation from the novel 'The Palace of Illusions’ by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni on 27th Dec' 16 at 7:00pm.

    Concept, Choreography & Direction by : Dr. Uma Anantani.

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • MUSIC
    23 Dec 16

    "Zikrr" Band Live on Christmas Eve on 24th Dec' 16 from9:00 pm onwards.

    This weekend, join us in the mystical musical journey as Zikrr – The Band is all set to blow your mind with their soul-touching performances here only at Lanterns Kitchen & Bar. The Delhi based fusion rock band will be enthralling the audience with their beautifully

  • International Odissi Dance Festival
    22 Dec 16

    DANCE : International Odissi Dance Festival on 23nd Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Performing Konarak and Performing Hirapur, Dir. Dr.Allessandra Lopez, A film on Guru Surendra Nath Jena, followed by recitation of select poems of the late Guru. Dance Performances: Group Presentation by students of Nrityashilp, Nataliya Belchenko and disciples, Aastha Gandhi,

  • EXHIBITION
    21 Dec 16

    Galerie Art Eterne presents "Confluence 16" winning artworks of artists from across the world on 22nd Dec' 16 between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    As the name suggests, it's a confluence of select artists from across the world expressing their ideas in different languages and medium. Galerie Art Eterne, which extensively promotes artist and their wo

  • THEATRE
    20 Dec 16

    Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (Workshops Production) presents "Khoobsurat Bala" Hindi Play on 21st Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Director : Veena Sharma.

    Venue : Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (SRCPA), 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • DANCE & MUSIC
    19 Dec 16

    International Academy of Mohiniyattam presents Swati Thirunal Festival 2016 on 20th Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Bhajans by G. Elangovan, and Hindustani instrumental ensemble on compositions of Maharajah Swathi Thirunal.

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION
    17 Dec 16

    A journey with India's pastoralists by Living Lightly on 18th Dec' 16 between 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    While in the eyes of many, pastoralists face insecure livelihoods and are depicted as victims of forces beyond their control, there is a different discourse that celebrates the pastoral way of life and explains how inextricably linked we all are to t

  • Film Screening
    16 Dec 16

    DOC FILM screenings As part of 'Films on Wildlife and Environment' Series on 17th Dec' 16 at 6:30 pm.Director: Partha Sarkar

    Slash and burn cultivation, the dominant agriculture practice in North East India is deeply tied up with the culture and traditions of the region. However, it is increasingly posing a threat to the rich biodiversity there. T

  • EXHIBITION "Textured Conscience"
    15 Dec 16

    "Textured Conscience" a group show (Indian and Nepalese artists) on 16th Dec' 16 between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. The conscience is an individual’s moral sense of right or wrong.

    Textured, as an adjective, means to have a surface that is not smooth but coarse, or that it has a raised pattern.
    An artist is also an individual, a very common i

  • EXHIBITION
    14 Dec 16

    "Writing on the Wall: Dilli Haat’s brush with Street Art" by Austrian artist Jeremias Altmann on 15th Dec' 16 between 11:00 am to 10:00 pm.

    Street Art adds character and a certain charm to the otherwise seemingly nondescript cities across the globe. It amuses, adds aesthetic value and meaning to bricks and mortar. Delhi Tourism in collaborat

  • Fest "Viaan"
    13 Dec 16

    "Viaan" A festival promoting inclusion and equity for the disabled on 14th Dec' 16 between 9:30 am to 7:30 pm.VIAAN (Vibhavari Illuminating Action and Abilities to Nurture Persons with Disabilities) is India's first Holistic festival which focuses on bringing together the diverse population, cultures and abilities, with the sole aim of creating a society

  • EXHIBITION
    12 Dec 16

    89th Annual All India Art Show at All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS) on 13th Dec' 16 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Venue : All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS), 1 Rafi Marg, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • TALK
    09 Dec 16

    IHC-SPS Changing Asia Series. "Challenges in Indian Education: Lessons from Asia" by Dr. Rukmini Banerji, CEO, Pratham Education Foundation on 10th Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Chair: Vidyun M. Singh, Director Programmes, India Habitat Centre.

    Venue : Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • KIDS FEST
    08 Dec 16

    6th Annual Alto Delhi Comic Con on 9th Dec' 16 from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS

    Special Guests -Paul Blackthorne is British born actor who plays Quentin Lance on the CW’s hit series 'Arrow'; Erik Larsen, Co-founder of Image Comics, an American cartoonist known for his work on Savage Dragon and Spider-Man for Marvel Comics and Tom R

  • EXHIBITION
    07 Dec 16

    "Frozen World of The Familiar Stranger", hosted in collaboration with Kadist, San Francisco on 8th Dec' 16 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    In yet another ground breaking show, Khoj International Artists’ Association presents Frozen World of the Familiar Stranger, a group show of video installations, performances and artworks featuring ten Indian a

  • Book Discussion
    06 Dec 16

    Nehru Memorial Museum & Library and Aleph Book Company cordially invite you to a discussion on "An Era of Darkness : The British Empire in India" by Shashi Tharoor on 7th Dec' 16 at 6:00 pm.


    Rudrangshu Mukherjee will be in conversation with the author.

    Venue : Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML), Teen Murti House, Teen Mur

  • TALK Celebrating Navy Day
    05 Dec 16

    "Indian Navy's Expansion and Plans" on 6th Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm. Speakers: Cmde. A.J. Singh, Cmde. S. Sammadar and Cmde. Ranjit B. Rai Chair: Vadm. P.C. Bhasin

    Collab: Indian Maritime Foundation.

    Venue : Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • "Enigma A Ballad of the Street
    03 Dec 16

    EXHIBITION "Enigma: A Ballad of the Street" Solo photography show by Ahmed Firoz on 5th Dec'16 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    About the Show : Ahmed Firoz is back once again with his street stories. These moments of life narrated through a series of enigmatic and poignant frames involve people and other objects from diverse walks of life in situations

  • MUSIC
    02 Dec 16

    The Australian High Commission is presenting an evening of contemporary Australian music with two popular Australian bands – Paul Dempsey and Gordi on 3rd Dec' 16 at 9:00 pm.

    Paul Dempsey is a talented Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is known to most as the front man of revered Australian band, Something for Kate.

  • "Ceramic Fest Delhi 2016"
    01 Dec 16

    Delhi Blue Pottery Trust and Sanskriti Foundation present "Ceramic Fest Delhi 2016" on 2nd dec'16 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    It’s that time of the year when Delhi Blue Pottery Trust and Sankriti Kendra organize their yearly event: CeramicsFest, an exposition of studio potters from India. In this, the 6 th year of the popular festival, studio

  • DANCE
    30 Nov 16

    "Divya पुष्पा" a unique dance feature describing the divine flowers on 1st Dec' 16 at 7:00 pm. Artists : Radhika Shetty, Arupa Lahiry, Matangi Prasanna , Sneha Chakradhar, Keerthana Ravi, Gowri Sagar

    Collab: Divya Trilogy.

    Venue : Habitat World, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • "In The Minds Eye"
    29 Nov 16

    A collection of small format paper works by Jitish Kallat, Anju Dodiya, Atul Dodiya, Mithu Sen, Surendaran, Sudharshan Shetty on 30th Nov'16 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.


    Climbing to heights f the contemporary world the artists from this collection of works brought in a young new vocabulary that differed vastly from the PRECEDING generations. Th

  • Art Exibition
    28 Nov 16

    Must Art Gallery presents "Genesis of the painted world from two dimensional to three dimensional" Group Art Show on 29th Nov'16 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.Indigenous Show of Art through Mix Media Works.

    Artist: Arun Kumar Sharma, Anil Chaitya Vangad, Shantaram Chaintya Tumbada, Banwari Lal Jangid,    Raju Jogi, Kalighat, Mathews Ba

  • KIDS FEST
    25 Nov 16

    "Bookaroo" Children's Literature Festival on 26th & 27th Nov' 16 from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm.Bookaroo Trust’s mission is to bring children and books together to celebrate the joy of reading through storytelling, dramatised readings, theatre, poetry, art and craft. This year, we have newer activities lined up. Fifty-two speakers from 11 countries pr

  • MUSIC
    24 Nov 16

    Piano Recital By Adolovni Acosta, well-known pianist from the Philippines on 25th Nov' 16 at 6:30 pm.

    Collaboration: Delhi Music Society.

    Venue : C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • EXHIBITION
    23 Nov 16

    Recent Sculptures by Lallan Singh on 24th Nov' 16 at 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Venue : Sculpture Court, Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION
    22 Nov 16

    "Celebrating the Ordinary" Papier colles show by Sukanta Dasgupta from Pune on 23rd Nov' 16 at 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.


    Sukanta Dasgupta experiments with papier colles – pasting torn paper, to achieve the effect of oil paints.

    Venue : Art Gallery, Annexe Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate,

  • DANCE
    21 Nov 16

    Bharatanatyam Recital By Anwesha Das, disciple of Urmila Satyanarayanan on 22nd Nov' 16 at 6:30 pm.

    Collaboration: Seher.

    Venue : C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • TALK
    19 Nov 16

    "Linguistic Diversity in South and Southeast Asia" on 21st Nov' 16 at 10:30 am.


    Chair: Dr. Kapila Vatsyayan, Chairperson, IIC-International Research Division

    Introduction: Professor Anvita Abbi, Seminar Coordinator; Honorary Director, Centre for Oral and Tribal Literature, Sahitya Akademi

    Guest of Honour: Dr. D. P. Pattanayak

  • FILM FEST
    18 Nov 16

    "Modern Japanese Women : Finding The Strength Within" Japanese Film Festival on 19th Nov' 16 at 6:30 pm.

    The Japan Foundation is please to present this film festival with the theme “Modern Japanese Women: Finding the Strength Within” to celebrate the strength and courage of women in Japan and all over the world.

    Through this fe

  • TALK "Swachh Bharat Mission"
    17 Nov 16

    "Swachh Bharat Mission" as part of Citizen Centric Initiatives on 18th Nov' 16 at 4:30 pm.

    Keynote speakers: Shri Saraswati Prasad, IAS, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation
    Shri Pankaj Jain IAS (Retd), Former Secretary Drinking Water and Sanitation and Presently Hony. Chairman Sulabh Sanitation Mission Foundation

  • Exhibition
    16 Nov 16

    The Splendor of Kashmir for Winter Season is back with another Exhibition on 17th & 18th November 2016 at 10:30 am to 7:00 pm.

    Ms. Varuna Anand is in town with her NEW Royal & Festive Collections!xhibition shall display “Array of the Finest Hand Crafted Pashmina Shawls from the beautiful Kashmir Valley” by Ms. Anand in New Delh

  • TALK
    15 Nov 16

    "Education, Technology and Transformative Change" by Professor Ian Jacobs, President and Vice-Chancellor of UNSW Australia.

    Organized by : Nehru Memorial Museum and LIbrary in association with UnSW Australia.

    Venue : Seminar Room, First Floor, Library Building, Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML), Teen Murti House, Teen Murti Marg,

  • EXHIBITION “Ravi Jain Memorial Foundation”
    14 Nov 16

    An initiative brought by Ravi Jain Memorial Foundation and Dhoomimal Gallery on 15th Nov' 16 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    “Ravi Jain Memorial Foundation” is a platform where young artist take part and get the opportunity to bring their creative works like paintings, installations, sculptures and graphics on view and get judged by a panel

  • MEDITATION
    11 Nov 16

    "Prayer for Peace" An initiative by the MCKS Yoga VidyaPranic Healing Trust of New Delhi on 12th Nov' 16 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.The aim is to gather 7000 people to meditate together and anchor large amounts of energy to heal our lives and Mother Earth.

    As our collective consciousness is filled with thoughts of oneness, loving kindness, compassion

  • Photography Graduation Show
    10 Nov 16

    The graduate exhibition brings together the works of seventeen young photographers and is a culmination of their year long journey as students of photography at SACAC on 11th Nov' 16 at 6:00 pm.

    Each one of them has spent three to four months working on a project idea that they feel an affinity towards. Each has laboured to realis

  • EXHIBITION
    09 Nov 16

    Solo show of painting by Laishram Meena Devi on 10th Nov' 16 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • MUSIC
    08 Nov 16

    An evening of jazz and melody with Sanjeeta Bhattacharya & Anton live on 9th Nov' 16 at 9:00 pm.

    Come celebrate an evening with Sanjeeta Bhattacharya, a veritable combination of vocal melodies and jazz sensibilities and Anton, for a musical spectrum comprising of old time signatures and rhythms with layered natural and unnatural soundscapes.

  • HEALTH TALK
    07 Nov 16

    "Dental Implants" by Dr. Sunil Dutta, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on 8th Nov' 16 at 6:30 pm.

    Venue : Seminar Rooms - 1, 2 & 3, Kamaladevi Complex, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    Entry is free.

  • EXHIBITION "Jeevika"
    04 Nov 16

    Livelihood Projects of Bihar" A solo show of photographs by Aditya Anmol at Academy of Fine Arts & Literature on 5th to 8th October 2016 at 5:00 pm.

    The idea behind hosting this exhibition is to draw the attention of public towards the effort taken by subsequent governments in development in various states and with special attention towards Bi

  • MUSIC & DANCE
    04 Nov 16

    Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan promoting Sanskrit & Sanskriti cordially invites you to 'Sangeet Samaroh' a festival of Indian Classical Music & Dance on 7th Nov' 16 at 6:00 pm.

    Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, a Trust and non-profit Organisation, has served the cause of education and culture including performing arts since its inception in 1938 and is toda

  • EXHIBITION "Dolls of Japan"
    03 Nov 16

    “The Dolls of Japan” introduces Japan's representative dolls.  In Japan, dolls have been a part of everyday life since the ancient times. Japanese dolls reflects the customs of Japan and the aspirations of its people, possess distinctive regional attributes, and over the centuries have developed in many diverse forms. Dolls also provide a

  • DANCE
    02 Nov 16

    Aradhana Dance Foundation presents "Dashmesha" An evening of Odissi recital by Ayesha Dahra, a disciple of Panchanan Bhuiyan on 3rd Nov' 16 at 7:30 pm.
    Venue : Epicentre, Apparel House, Sector 44, Gurgaon.
    Entry is free

  • TALK "India's Forgotten Heritage"
    01 Nov 16

    Cultural intermingling and harmony in Sanskrit literature" on 2nd Nov' 16 at 6:30 pm.
    Speaker: Shri A.N.D. Haksar, renowned scholar, author and former Ambassador of India.
    Chair: Amb. Ashok Sajjanhar
    Collaboration: India Harmony Foundation.
    Venue : Seminar Hall 1, 2 & 3, Kamaladevi Complex, Main Buildi

  • EXHIBITION "Fake Smiles"
    28 Oct 16

    "Fake Smiles" a solo show of artworks by Dr. Sukant Khurana, a neuroscientist, biotechnologist, data scientist, writer, and visual artist, is organized by art curator, Mr. Aakshat Sinha, a well known face in the Indian art circuit, at the Cafe de art, managed by Mr. Khorrum Omer on 31st Oct' 16 from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.


    Can you explode, when

  • EXHIBITION "Juxtaposition"
    27 Oct 16

    Solo show of paintings by Irish Artist Dylan Thomas Patrick Molloy on 28thy Oct'16 from 12 noon to 8:00 pm.

    Molloy is known worldwide for his seductive portrayal of the female form, working with a variety of mediums including charcoal, water colors, inks and acrylics. He has previously hosted several successful exhibitions in a number of cities ac

  • Diwali Mela
    26 Oct 16

    The Blind Relief Association presents the annual 'Diwali Bazaar 2016' on 27th Oct at 10:30 am to 8:00 pm.

    Every year, during the festive season, the lawns of the Association are transformed into a colourful pop-up Bazaar. Popularly known as “Blind School Diwali Bazaar”, this event has been organised regularly since over 30 years and ha

  • THEATRE & EXHIBITION
    25 Oct 16

    "Dastan-e-Marsiya : Karbala se Kashi tak" A theatrical evening exploring the evolutionary journey of Urdu Marsiya as a uniquely Indian literary genre. An exhibition comprising specially curated panels depicting the socio-cultural and literary landscape of this poetry on 26th Oct' 16 at 6:00 pm.

    Venue : Auditorium, India Islamic Cultural Centr

  • Talk on Environment
    24 Oct 16

    Talk on "Air Pollution, Climate Change and Health" by Prof. Dr. Rainer Sauerborn, Heidelberg University on 25th October' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Venue : Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • MUSIC "Dikshitar Day"
    21 Oct 16

    Carnatic Vocal recital by Kalaimamani Geetha Raja on 22nd Oct' 16 at 7:00 pm.

    Accompanists: Kalaimamani V.S.K. Chakrapani(Violin) & Elanthoor Jayan P. Das (Mridangam).
    Collab: Shanmukhananda Sangeetha Sabha.

    Venue : Amaltas Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • FOOD FEST
    20 Oct 16

    "Delhi Ke Chatkare" Street Food Festival starting from 21st Oct to 23rd Oct' 16 at 12 pm to 10 pm.

    The program includes 21st October : Music and Dance program by Vineeta Nautiyal and group
    22nd October : Guiness Book Record Holder magicians Ashok Kharbanda Rock Veda band
    23rd October : Guiness Book Record Holder magicians Ashok Kharban

  • EXHIBITION
    19 Oct 16

    Shelly Jyoti revisits Gandhian philosophies through multi-media artworks using khadi textile, ajrakh printing and kantha embroidery to talk about swadeshi, swadharma and swaraj.

    The life and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi has inspired many creative visionaries in popular culture through the years, but if someone has made really made his ideals the v

  • Music & Talk. IHC Music Club
    18 Oct 16

    Listen, Share, Discuss. Lecture-demonstration by Hindustani Classical vocalist Pt. Sarathi Chatterjee on Bandish and Taal aspects of Music on 19th Oct'16 at 7:00 pm.Venue : Amaltas Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road

  • SPIRITUAL TALK
    17 Oct 16

    "Mantra For Success" by Jaya Row on 18th Oct'16 at 7:30 pm.


    The session helps leverage inner resources to achieve success. Success comes from action. Action from thought. Thought from deeper wells of attitude and motivation within you. So master the basics of the inner game and the outer manifestations of action and success will follow autom

  • FOOD FEST: The Grub Fest
    15 Oct 16

    India’s biggest and most awaited food festival is back to the capital with over 70 restaurants, a mini food truck festival and an amazing line-up of performers and artistes for live entertainment.


    The third edition of The Grub Fest in Delhi will return to Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium where food enthusiasts can expect a number of newly-open

  • ENVIRONMENT FILM
    14 Oct 16

    A film screenings as part of 'Film On Wildlife And Environment' Series on 15th Oct'16 at 6:30 pm.

    The film is directed by Praveen Singh.


    The Asiatic Lion faces its biggest crisis in decades. Poaching and increasing conflict with people because of limited habitation at Gir is threatening to undo years of conservation. Is there an alte

  • EXHIBITION "Terrafest 2016' by Delhi Blue Pottery Trust
    13 Oct 16

    Every state in this vast country with its rich culture has terracotta potters. Potters who magically transform a lump of clay into beautiful pots thrown on the wheel, or hand built as decorative and figurative pieces.
    Terracotta is fighting for survival, faced with competition from plastic and metal ware.

    Venue : Open Air Art Gallery, Triveni

  • MUSIC : Afterglow live
    12 Oct 16

    Afterglow is a Jazz-funk quartet based out of New Delhi, India. An affinity for improvisation and playing original music brought together.

    Come to listen to newly released originals by Afterglow !

    Venue: The Piano Man Jazz Club, B 6-7/22 Safdarjung Enclave Market, New Delhi on 13th October,2016 at 9:00 pm - 11:45 pm.

    For Reservatio

  • FILM “Born To Dance"
    10 Oct 16

    “Born To Dance” on the journey of Shovana Narayan on 11th October 2016 at 6:30 pm.


    The film "Born to Dance" is based on the life and dance journey of India's renowned Kathak dancer Guru Shovana Narayan who has been serving the nation and the world through her dance for the last almost five decades. The film continues for dur

  • Exhibition
    07 Oct 16

    "Celebrating World Wildlife Week" Display of photographs by Team Wildography - Kashish Malhotra Mehta & Gagan Mehta on 8th October,2016 at 10:00am to 8:00 pm.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • Cultural Function
    06 Oct 16

    Theme based DURGA Pooja during NAVARATRA & cultural function in the evening will be held from 7th Oct to 10th Oct at 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm.
    Live Stage performance by national level artist.

    Special Attraction- Street foods stall from pan india & kids entertainment zone.

    Venue : Maruti Vihar Central Park, Maruti Vihar, Gurgaon.

  • Yamuna Mahotsav
    05 Oct 16

    Utthan Samiti & Shree Yamuna Sewa Samiti Present "Yamuna Mahotsav" Celebrating The Yamuna River on 6th October at 5:00 pm.

    Venue : Dhai Pusta Ghat, Sonia Vihar, Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • Health Talk
    04 Oct 16

    "Chikungunya and Dengue: Getting the basics right" by Dr. Hitesh Punyani on 5th Oct '16 at 6:30 pm.

    Speaker: Dr. Hitesh Punyani, M.B.B.S, M.D. ( Medicine), Consultant, Maharaja Agrasen Hospital.

    Venue : Seminar Hall 2 & 3, Kamaladevi Complex, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

  • History Talk
    03 Oct 16

    "The Living Museum of Alain Daniélou’s India" A multimedia panel presentation on 4th Oct'16 at 6:30 pm.

    On Daniélou’s 109th birthday the panel will  take a fresh look at the work of the French scholar, at home in several disciplines like musicology, linguistics, art, religion, who spent over 20 years (1936-1960) in I

  • Keep India Beautiful
    01 Oct 16

    “Keep India Beautiful” in association with “CII Young Indians – Delhi Chapter” Celebrates “Gandhi Jayanti Cleanliness Drive”!

    Join us for cleanliness cum awareness drive at Lodi Road on 2nd of October 2016 between 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    Venue:CII Headquarters, The Mantosh Sondhi Center, 23, Institutio

  • Ephemeral - Eternal
    30 Sep 16

    Art & Aesthetic Gallery presents "Ephemeral - Eternal" an art show of ceramics by Aarti Vir on 1th oct'16 at 11:00am to 7:00pm.

    This body of work has found inspiration in Sufi poetry, Buddhist thought, Japanese haiku, nirgunibhajans, and my own journey.

    Art & Aesthetic Gallery, F-213/A, 1st Floor, Old M.B. Road, Lado Sarai, New Del

  • Bharatanatyam Dance Performance
    29 Sep 16

    Bharatanatyam recital by Dr. Debaldev Jana, disciple of V.R.Venkitt & Preetha Venkitt on 30th Sept'16 at 7:00 pm.

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    Entry is free

  • Health Talk
    28 Sep 16

    To Mark World Heart Day 2016 "Empowering People to be Heart Healthy" by Dr.Anita Khalil and Dr. A. S. Dave on 29th Sept'16 at 2:00 pm

    President & Co Chair: Dr. S. Padmavati and Dr. M. Khalilullah.

    Venue : Lecture Room 2, Basement, Annexe Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.

    E

  • Dance Performance
    27 Sep 16

    DANCE "Yugalam" Kuchipudi and Vilasini Natyam Recital by Pujita Krishna Jyoti on 28th Sept'16.

    The dancer presents the male and female dance traditions of the Telugu people.

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi at 7:00 pm.

    Entry is free

  • Environment Film & Talk
    26 Sep 16

    CSH-PSBT Visual Evening Series presents "Timbaktu" film screening & discussion on 27th Sept'16.


    Documentary followed by a discussion on Agroecology. When a small farming community in South India decided to switch from their decades-old practice of chemical agriculture to organic farming, little did they know that they were planting the s

  • EXHIBITION - "Colour Revelry"
    23 Sep 16

    A solo show of paintings and ceramics by Amrit Khurana on 23rd, 24th & 25th Sept.


    Let’s celebrate Autism. Amrit is a young artist on the autism spectrum. Her autism provides her with a unique perspective to the world around her.People, objects, spaces, all find a new meaning through her lens. Her perspective of the everyday, r

  • Bonsai Plants Exhibition
    22 Sep 16

     Indian Bonsai Association presents International Bonsai Exhibition 2016. A bonsai is a living miniaturized tree, planted in a shallow container that exhibits the natural beauty of the tree growing in the wild.  Bonsai Masters of international repute are invited to demonstrate their skills and to enhance the art of Bonsai.These reputed masters w

  • Painting Exhibition
    21 Sep 16

    A Solo Show of Paintings & Drawings by Narayan Acharya from 23rd to 29 Sept.


    Venue : All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS), 1 Rafi Marg, New Delhi.Time : 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Entry is free

  • International Peace Day Festival
    20 Sep 16

    Annual International Peace Day Festival: Interpretations of Peace and Conflict
    a Kriti team initiative on 21st Sept'16

    An eclectic evening featuring multi-media articulations of peace. Film, Poetry, Performance, Discussion, Music and Art. Celebrating the International Day of Peace.
    Venue:Amaltas Hall, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi R

  • I Click Travel
    17 Sep 16

    Free full day hands on Workshop on Travel Photography, will take place at All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society on 18th September at morning 11 am by Wagon Art Pvt. Ltd. An international Photography Competition will not only give you a chance to learn through exhibition of 7 Days but some awards as well. So what are you waiting for show your talent to th

  • Solo Art Exhibition JWALA
    14 Sep 16

    An Artist Experiments with Colors and Energy
    A solo art exhibition is going to be held in India Habitat center on 12th-16th Sep 2016 at 11am to 7pm by artist Prenita Dutt
    This exhibition will be a complete amalgamation of colors and energy existing in the form of trees and their abstraction.
    Add: India Habitat Centre
    Lodhi Road Institu

  • The Art of Mindfulness – Peaceful Heart, Peaceful Mind
    09 Sep 16

    This event will make you aware in every moment of time. You will learn the art of paying attention to intention.
    Facilitator Khandro Rinpoche who is a Master of ancient tradition studies of mindfulness will teach and guide you in a modern, relevant way, the ancient art of mindfulness as it has been taught for thousands of years.
    The Art of Mindf

  • The Premium Art Show
    08 Sep 16

    An Art exhibition by the name of ‘The Premium Art Show’ which is going to take place in Delhi, from September 9 to 10th, 2016.
    The premium art show, a group exhibition not only promotes art but hold up a noble cause, as the earnings will support the main body of the organization such as health, education and community development.
    T

  • DISCOVER YOUR BRILLIANCE
    03 Sep 16

     Discover Your Brilliance is about discovering the unlimited power that lies within each of us. Every one is destined for their own unique form of Brilliance and it is only by taking back control of our own lives, that we can we truly begin to open up to the limitless abundance that is waiting for us. This 4 hour workshop will take you on a journey t

  • 2- DAY SUPER KID MIDBRAIN ACTIVATION WORKSHOP
    01 Sep 16

    Yolo Ace Genius workshop will help your child to boost brain activities.

    It will also increase the thinking capacity and memory-power in your children through series of different exercises such as brain gym, eye gym, dances, short meditations, games and music therapy. <

  • Memory Workshop for Kids
    31 Aug 16

    Kids 5 to 15 years along with parents are invited to join the Free Memory Workshop organised my MindPriests.

    Gift your child the most powerful brain !!!!

    The venue for the workshop is: The BMK Acura Civil Lines, Adj, Rajiv Chowk, Gurgaon on 2nd Sept'2016 at 6:00 pm

    The entry is free

  • THE COURTESAN – AN ENIGMA
    30 Aug 16

    A dance choreography in Darbari Kathak conceptualized by Manjari Chaturvedi based on selected extracts from the book Nautch Girls of India by Pran Nevile being performed by Manjari Chaturvedi and Neesha Singh.


    The performance will start at 7:30 pm at India Habitat Centre on 31st August, 2016


    The entry is free

  • Indian Classical Dance Performances
    29 Aug 16

    Presented by : Indo - American Friendship Association (IAFA), New Delhi


    IAFA's objective is to create greater awareness about India's centuries old heritage of Indian classical dances & encourage the talent of the Next Generation to carry forward the legacy of their Gurus

    The audience will include foreign diplomats, serving &

  • TALK "A series on new-age challenges of children and adolescents"
    25 Aug 16

    A discussion by parents, teachers, children and young adults on issues faced by them. The talk will be on different perspectives held by them. 

    Talk will be held at Indian Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi on 26th August 2016 at 7 pm.

    The entry is free

  • English Comedy "Much Ado About Nothing"
    23 Aug 16

    British Council and BFI present the Much Ado About Nothing, a series of screenings of prominent Shakespeare film titles across the country.

    This witty and fast-paced version of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing is arguably one of the best Shakespeare adaptations ever filmed. Directed by Kenneth Branagh this 1993 adaptation is a must watch

  • “Sports India 2016” 4th India International Sports Goods show
    22 Aug 16

    100 major Company from Sports Goods and fitness industry will participate in this fair to present a wide range of products and services relating to adventure sports, indoor and outdoor sports. This year, Sport India 2016  is introducing 4 more concurrent events namely-World Adventure 2016, Fitness India 2016, Sports Infra Tech Expo 2016 &a

  • New Life Awakening
    20 Aug 16

    The RawWorks is organising a workshop to make people experience the power of solar healing and discover the Ancient Science of Kriya Yoga. It will take place on 21st August at Defence Colony, South Delhi from 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm. There are no charges for attending the workshop.

    For further details, please visit: https://www.eventshigh.com/detail/Delh

  • Internet Security Workshop
    19 Aug 16

    Logicore IT Services Private Ltd. is organizing a workshop at Connaught Place, Central Delhi on 20 August 2016, Saturday, from 12:00 pm onwards that would highlight about the infamous internet cyber crimes and how to deal with them.
    For more details, contact +917065121818 or email at support@logicore.in.

  • Painting and Ceramic Exhibition
    17 Aug 16

     

    If you have a slightly different taste when it comes to art, then walk in at Visual Art Gallery and glance at the paintings and ceramics collection that has been crafted by eminent artists.

    The beautiful creations will

  • Futsal Frenzy
    12 Aug 16

    NCR Champions brings to you a football tournament at National Sports Club of India on Sunday, August 14, 5:00 p.m. onwards. There will be a minimum of two matches, each of duration 20 minutes. For registration & participate, visit https://www.eventshigh.com/detail/Delhi/97d153ec70a09a8dc4938f2cdc4fd6ab-futsal-frenzy?src=stream

  • Court Martial
    12 Aug 16

    Asmita Theatre brings its drama, Court Martial to Shri Ram Centre, Central Delhi on Monday, August 15th at 7:00 p.m. The entry costs start Rs. 100 onwards.

    For more details, log on to https://www.eventshigh.com/detail/Delhi/5681c96b5d4804ce42a0b0116f949221-asmita-theatre-presents-court-martial?src=stream

  • The Love of Don Kuka
    11 Aug 16

    A play which is a medley of humour, tragedy & romance, will be performed at Epicentre, Gurgaon on Friday, August 12 at 7.30 p.m. the ticket costs Rs. 300 per head.  It is overall saturated with well-placed moments which will send the audience into fits of laughter and thought.

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    Bharatanatyam Recital
    10 Aug 16

    A Bharatanatyam recital by Meenakshi Srinivasan will be performed at the India Habitat Centre, Stein Auditorium on Wednesday, August 10th at 8:00 p.m.

    Source: 

    https://www.eventshigh.com/detail/De

  • Photography and Film Making Workshop
    08 Aug 16

    For all the photography enthusiasts, a workshop is going to be held for Fashion Photography on August 9, 2016 at Hauz Khas. Along with that, a Film Making Workshop and a special session on Astro Photography will also be held on August 11, 2016. It is being organized by Campski, and the attendees will be exposed to people like Shankar Bathla and Nimit Niga

  • 2nd National Handloom Day
    06 Aug 16

    In continuation and to mark the importance of the handloom sector in Economic Social life, FICCI and FICCI Ladies Organization

  • Interested in Robotics? Here’s How You Can Prove Yourself To The world!
    05 Aug 16

    The World Robot Olympiad conducted for ages between 9-25 years is an event for science, technology and education which brings together the young people from all over the world to develop their creativity and problem solving skills through challenging educational robotics competition. Register on www.wroindia.org before 7th august, 2016.

  • World Education Summit 2016, Delhi
    04 Aug 16

    LearnOn Technology Solutions is organizing the 6th edition of World Education Summit at Le Meridien, New Delhi, on 5th August 16, from 8 am onwards. It is organized every year since 2011, is the world’s premier platform on education for everyone who is passionate about education and learning. There will be three parallel tracks on School Education,

  • Art Exhibition
    01 Aug 16

    The Aakriti Art Gallery and Seagull Foundation for the Arts is organising an exhibition at Akriti Art Gallery, Old MB Road, Lado Sarai, from 30 July-27 August 16, between 11am-7pm. The exhibition will have 300 paintings by K.G. Subramanyan who died last month, 91 of those will be available for sale. Estimate prices of the paintings will range from Rs.1.5

  • Bharatanatayam Recital
    28 Jul 16

    Tanya Saxena, a 24-year-old Bharatanatayam dancer, will be presenting a repertoire on Friday, July 29, 2016 at 6.30 p.m. at India International Centre. The performance, which will have intense acting and complex dance moves, all inspired from the tales of the Devas (Gods), is choreographed by Tanya’s gurus, Saroja Vaidyanathan and Rama Vaidyanathan.

  • Stationery World Festival, 2016
    28 Jul 16

    Mex Exhibitions is hosting the Stationery World Fest, 2016 at Pragati Maidan from 29th July-31st July. The timings for the fest will be 10am-8pm. It is a must visit for all stationery lovers as it will cater all your stationery needs, including the newest inventions from around the world.
    For any further queries, contact on this number, 011 46464848

  • When All was Green - International Puppet Play for Children
    25 Jul 16

    A puppet play for children will be performed at Akshara Theatre on Tuesday, July 26th. It is a story about a boy and a tree. Through old books, recycled bindings and yellowing pages, this unique puppetry show will present important issues in a unique style.

    For further details, https://www.eventshigh.com/detail/Delhi/88592ce31b49a69bff9e42a71

  • Khoobsurat Bala
    25 Jul 16

    It is an old Parsi play, which will be performed on July 25, 2016 at Shri Ram Centre, Mandi House Chowk. It will commence at 6:30 p.m. It is the tale of victory of good over evil. The story of play surrounds the fight for the succession of the throne between brother and sister. The tickets would be available for Rs. 100, 200 and 300. Further details can b

  • The Vintage Open Mic 5.0
    22 Jul 16

    Delhi's most reputed Akshara Theatre in association with CurtainCall Productions is hosting “The Vintage Open Mic 5.0” on July 23 2016 from 07:30 pm 09:00 pm at Akshara Theatre, New Delhi. Comics can register themselves at curtaincallevents@gmail.com.Tickets are available online on Bookmyshow.com and explara.com

  • Pokémon Go Delhi Walk
    22 Jul 16

    SAY Global is organizing the biggest Pokémon Go Delhi walk where the explorers will head towards a complete circle of Connaught Place to have the Pokémon adventures. The event is to be placed on Sunday, 24th July 2016.
    The venue to start of the walk will be Burger King, Connaught Place at 3:30 pm.
    For further details you can cont

  • 2-Day Basic Photography Workshop
    22 Jul 16


    Indian Institute of Photography is conducting a two-day basic photography workshop for all the enthusiastic learners. The workshop will cover various aspects of photography under the guidance of experts and IIP Mentors.
    The event is scheduled on Saturday, 23 July 2016, 10:30am onwards at Noida at A-74, Second Floor, Sector - 2, Noida, NCR 20130

  • Bharat Mata Ki Jai
    21 Jul 16

    Jashn-e-Qalam presents Bharat Mata Ki Jai, a dramatized reading and solo performance session, on July 22, 2016 at Odd Bird Theatre & Foundation, Chhattarpur, starting at 7:00 p.m. The performances and readings will be based on Short Stories by Saa'dat Hasan Manto, Harishankar Parsai and Kamleshwar. Donor passes will be available at the door, and will

  • Fabrics and Accessories Show
    21 Jul 16

    14th edition of, Fabrics and Accessories and 8th edition of Yernex, begun today at Pragati Maidan. The exhibition will be held from 21st July-23rd July. The show will provide buyers a wholesome sourcing experience and give them access to the products, new-age trends and styles.

  • A Fushion of Flute & Folk
    20 Jul 16

    There will be a concert featuring the inimitable Carnatic flautist Ravichandra Kulur and the mystic musicians - the Bauls of Bengal, accompanied by Giridhar Udupa on Ghatam, on the 22nd of July at the Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

  • Inshorts’ 2nd Youth of The Nation (YOTN) Poll to be launched on July 25
    20 Jul 16

    Inshorts, an app for Android and iOS users, which provides news in just 60 words, is soon going to launch its 2nd Youth of The Nation (YOTN) Poll. To be a part of this mega event, you need to answer three questions about your age, gender and occupation which will be available before 25th July on their website, only then the poll questions will be displaye

  • Showcasing ‘Broken Images’, A Play Featuring Shabana Azmi
    16 Jul 16

    ‘Broken Images’, a psychological thriller play featuring Shabana Azmi will be organized on 17 July at Air Force Auditorium, Dhaula Kuan at 5:30 pm & 7:45 pm. The play is written by Girish Karnad and directed by Alyque Padamsee. The tickets can be booked by calling on 0932013001 or visiting bookmyshow.com.

  • Photography Exhibition by Ajay Bhatia, a Documentary Photographer
    14 Jul 16

    A photography exhibition will be held on Saturday, July 16th, at Alliance Francais De Delhi, Lodhi Colony. It will begin at 11 a.m., and will display the work of Ajay Bhatia, a Documentary Photographer from Chandigarh engaged in travel, event and architectural photography. His work explores the contemporary spirit and lifestyle of modern cities and the tr

  • WORKSHOPS AT BRITISH COUNCIL
    25 May 16
    FRIDAY, 27 MAY 2016 -10:00 TO 12:00 AM New Delhi The power of brainstorming Workshop for the age-group 8 to 12 years SATURDAY, 28 MAY 2016 -10:00 TO 12:00 AM New Delhi Understanding teens Workshop for the age group 12 to 14 years SATURDAY, 28 MAY 2016 - 3:00PM New Delhi Learn voice modulation Workshop for the age-group 9 to 13 years

  • workshops for students by British Council
    19 May 16
    BRITISH COUNCIL, NEW DELHI SATURDAY, 21 MAY 2016 -10:00 TO 16:00 PM Be creative with camera workshop for the age-group 10 and 16 years BRITISH COUNCIL, PUNE SATURDAY, 21 MAY 2016 – 4:00PM Summer magic with poetry For 9-13 year old children to help them learn, enjoy and engage with poetry.

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    23 Sep 17

    A galaxy is a system of stars, interstellar gas, dust, and dark matter that rotates in a curve like pattern called a velocity curve. Physists have tried to explain a process called “dark matter self-interaction” by explaining that a graph of rotation speeds at different distances from.. Show more

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  • Mary Fields Who Protected Wild West Stagecoaches
    22 Sep 17

    The Stagecoach Mary was the daring black pioneer who protected Wild West Stagecoaches. She was the first African-American woman mail carrier. The story of her life becomes clearer after the end of Civil War, when she was released from slavery.

    Fields headed north to friendlier territory j.. Show more

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  • Ancient Defense Mechanism is No Longer to Fight Viruses
    21 Sep 17

    It has never been easy for the living creatures like plants, insects, animals and the humans to survive with changing environment and elements that create threat to them. There is ancient defence mechanism in plants and insects that helps them to fight with various kinds of viruses which is encod.. Show more

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  • Concussion may lead Towards MS in Future
    20 Sep 17

    Head is considered the most sophisticated parts of our body that is made up of various nerves and tissues. Human brain remains safe inside the brain but a small injury can spoils one’s life forever. Concussion is a brain injury caused by a blow to the head (even a mild blow) or a violent sh.. Show more

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  • Smart Software That Can Detect People’s Action
    19 Sep 17

    Scientists have recently developed a computer algorithm that is capable of detecting when drivers are texting or engaged in other distracting activities.

    This system work with the help of internally attached cameras and artificial intelligence to identify hand movements that deviate from .. Show more

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  • Latest Mathematical Formula for Driving Quantum Experiments
    18 Sep 17

    Mathematics is a game of calculation that is always very tricky. Math is used in all aspects of science. Therefore researchers are always trying to discover methods that can be used in simplifying the mathematical problems. For the clinicians who requires to perform high-resolution magnetic reson.. Show more

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  • Don’t Miss Out to Participate in Balloon Fiesta
    17 Sep 17

    Every year Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is celebrated with full cheer in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States during early October. It is a festival of hot air balloons. The festival is celebrated for nine days and it has over 500 balloons each year. This event is recognized as the .. Show more

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  • Challenging the Accuracy of Black Hole Models
    16 Sep 17

    Our solar system has so many mysteries that are yet to be solved. Black holes are the most Complex and mysterious cosmic event in our Universe. Black hole is a region of space that has a gravitational field so acute that does not allow any matter or radiation to escape through. There is an assump.. Show more

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  • Rarity of Fossilized Hairs- Still a Mystery
    15 Sep 17

    Archaeologists have always been trying to unfold the mystery of history. Fossils are the remains of the plants or animals that are preserved. It helps the scientists to know about the gender, age, colour, cause of death and their qualities, even after their death. The delicate body coverings like.. Show more

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  • The Art of Indigenous Storytelling with the Aim of Biocultural Conservation
    14 Sep 17

    Storytelling is an art of the speaker to interpret the experiences and imaginations, using words, signs and actions. Indigenous people inhabit most of the world biodiversity. Indigenous storytelling is an ideal platform for creating an emotional connection with geographical landscapes and the wil.. Show more

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  • Strength Switch for Parents is Need of the Hour to Help Children
    13 Sep 17

    Due to consistent social pressure to raise a perfect, well – behaved and an accomplished child, most of the parents feel to be in “fix-it” mode all the time. The psychologist Lea Waters emphasized on what children perform well helps them to behave better and helps parents as wel.. Show more

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  • Strength Switch for Parents is Need of the Hour to Help Children
    13 Sep 17

    Due to consistent social pressure to raise a perfect, well – behaved and an accomplished child, most of the parents feel to be in “fix-it” mode all the time. The psychologist Lea Waters emphasized on what children perform well helps them to behave better and helps parents as wel.. Show more

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  • Mime: The Improvisational Theater, Commedia Dell'arte
    12 Sep 17

    Mime is an art form where a person performs on stage while using theatrical medium without use of speech. Moreover, a mime artist is known as mime, mime artist or imitator.

    This art form contains miming, or the acting out a story through body motions. In previous time, such perf.. Show more

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  • New Caching System to Improve Energy Efficiency of Data Centres
    11 Sep 17

    In the era of science and technology, Computer has become a part and parcel of our lives. It is an electronic device that is used to store, retrieve and process data in many forms. Computer has internal as well as external memory that store the data for our future use. Cache is a component that h.. Show more

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  • Take the World and Paint It Red
    10 Sep 17

    The tomato festival in Spain, La Tomatino is celebrated with full zest and zeal in the Valencian town of Buñol which is located in East of Spain, 30 kilometers from the Mediterranean. The participants of the.. Show more

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  • Mars too has Moons!
    09 Sep 17

    Yes, it’s true! The planet Mars has two moons rotating around it. Hard to believe, but it is a fact. These moons are named – Phobos and Deimos which in simple language mean fear and panic. Let us know about these a little more. Phobos and Deimos are tiny in size and it is because of t.. Show more

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  • Christmas Tree: A Symbol of Life, Fertility and Rebirth
    08 Sep 17

    As per the ancient belief, people those are living in the northern hemisphere often rejoice winter solstice in many ways that involve the use of plants. Plants are known as a symbol of life, fertility, and rebirth. Even the Ancient Egyptians, living in a region hardly known for its cruel winters,.. Show more

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  • Study on Inherited HerpesVirus 6 Found Connections to Ancient Humans
    07 Sep 17

    A new research was conducted on inherited human herpesvirus 6. The researchers told that they identified the origins of this virus in a small number of people thousands of years ago. The research also highlighted that the virus has the potential to ‘reactivate’.

    The study foun.. Show more

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  • “Mothers' Insomnia Costs Children's Sleep Quality”
    06 Sep 17

    Being a mother is the most challenging task a woman can ever have. It is full of shocks and surprises as well. Sleep plays an essential role for everybody’s health. Short sleep and poor sleep quality can affect mental health, learning, memory, and school achievement in children. Insomnia is.. Show more

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  • Scientists Dig Out Secrets of Classical Music Creation
    05 Sep 17

    A new study has shed light on how classical music composers collaborate, mix and influence one another. The researchers found how culture evolves and foretell the future of the recording market.

    The team of scientists analyzed the dynamics of the creation, collaboration and distribution p.. Show more

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  • Meet the Wonderful Robot Who Can Follow Traffic Rules
    04 Sep 17

    The Engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a special robot. The robot is autonomous and it can keep pace with foot traffic. It has the ability to observe the general social codes that pedestrians follow. The robot is very helpful to avoid oncoming obstacles whil.. Show more

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  • Just Go and Celebrate Galdan Namchot with Ladakhis
    03 Sep 17

    Ladakh celebrates a beautiful festival every year known as Galdan Namchot. The scintillating festival is celebrated every year to mark the birthday and the Buddhahood of Je Tsongkhapa. Je Tsongkhapa is a famous teacher of Tibetan Buddhism. His contributory activities led to the formation of the G.. Show more

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  • Investigation on Interiors of Red Planet by NASA
    02 Sep 17

    NASA’s next spacecraft to Mars, InSight, is under preparation. It is on course for its launch next May from Vandenberg Air Force Base in central California. It will be first interplanetary launch in history from America’s West Coast. The assembling and testing of InSight is done by Lo.. Show more

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  • Scientists Unveil the Mystery of Continents’ Formation
    01 Sep 17

    A new research, conducted by scientists, has found how plate tectonics have evolved on Earth over the last three billion years. For the research, the scientists used computer simulations.  The research demonstrates that tectonic processes have changed in the course of time. With the help of .. Show more

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  • The Church of the Holy Spirit in Vilnius Holds Secrets of Mummies
    31 Aug 17

    Better Knowledge for modern medicine has been discovered by anthropologist Dario Poimbino-Mascali. It was researched over remains of 23 preserved people. The undercroft of the Dominican Church of the Holy Spirit located in Vilnius holds a vivid history. The coffins are hidden in the dark den unde.. Show more

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  • Parent can help Their Children to Learn Road Safety
    30 Aug 17

    Teaching children about road safety is an important part of parenting. As the children grow, it becomes necessary for parents to help them understand the value of safety.

    According to experts, road safety is equally important as far as children’s exposure is concerned. Though, it is.. Show more

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  • Yayoi Kusama: The Queen of Polka Dots
    29 Aug 17

    Yayoi Kusama is an 88 years old Japanese artist and writer. The world famous artist is also known as ‘the queen of polka dots’. She is recognized worldwide because of using vivid color in her works that often portray polka dots and spotted pumpkins. She is soon going to open a museum .. Show more

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  • Physicists Have Devised New Mathematical Model in Nanoreactors
    28 Aug 17

    A new mathematical model for two different molecules has been devised within nanoreactors. Theoretical Physicists have been working on this and the molecules act as catalysts in nanoreactors. They achieved surprising new insights on this. The factors which promote reactions and how to control the.. Show more

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  • Ram Navami: The Birth Story of Lord Rama
    27 Aug 17

    Ram Navmi is a Hindu festival that was observed on the ninth and last day of Chaitra Navratri. As per the Hindu mythology, Ram Navami marks the arrival of Lord Vishnu's seventh avatar, Rama. Every year this festival usually falls in the Gregorian months of March or April. This festival is univers.. Show more

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  • Tracking Solar Storms by NASA and ESA Space Crafts
    26 Aug 17

    Scientists are using seven spacecraft and computer models to study coronal mass ejection from Sun outward to Mars, Comet 67P, Jupiter and also the use of New Horizons spacecraft now beyond Pluto. Sun is an extremely active space body that not only releases a constant stream of material called sol.. Show more

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  • 700 Years ‘Lost City’ Found at Tanzania
    25 Aug 17

    A group of researchers at the University of York is studying on a 700-year old abandoned agricultural site in Tanzania. The researchers have discove.. Show more

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  • Mammoth Meat and Plants: Food of Early Homo sapiens in Europe
    24 Aug 17

    The major part of diet of anatomically modern humans who lived in now Crimea, Ukraine was plants and the meat of mammoths, red deer and horses. It was between 38,000 and 33,000 years ago. Anatomically modern humans started colonizing in Europe around 45,000-43,000 years ago. They replaced Neander.. Show more

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  • Never-Ever Ignore ‘Teeth-Grinding’ During Sleep in Teenagers
    23 Aug 17

    A study suggested that teeth – grinding in teenagers during their sleep could symbolize that they are being bullied at school. The study was performed by oral health charity in the UK. They found that teenagers who bear bullying activities in school are far more likely to grind their teeth .. Show more

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  • Psychological Effects of Colors on Human Body and Nature
    22 Aug 17

    Many experts believe that the psychology of color is based on the mental and emotional effects. Moreover, there are some very subjective pieces to color psychology as well as some more accepted and proven elements. Color exerts stated that there will also be variations in understanding, meaning, .. Show more

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  • If You Get Directionless Then Just Use a Compass
    21 Aug 17

    Earlier stars were used for navigation by ancient mariners. This method was not very useful during day or on cloudy nights. Thus, it becomes very unsafe to voyage far from land. The people from China came up with a new surprising discovery which can really help voyagers to know the exact directio.. Show more

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  • Kharchi Puja: Celebrate the Beauty of the Earth
    20 Aug 17

    While the keeping the importance of Mother Earth in mind, people of Tripura celebrates the religious festival- Kharchi in the month of July. The word Kharchi is derived from two Tripuri words, Khar or Khartameaning "sin" and chi or si meaning "cleaning.. Show more

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  • Life May Sprouted on Land and Not in Sea
    19 Aug 17

    A new study has been done by New South Wales University in Australia about the emergence of life on Earth. The new theory says that life on Earth may have begun on land rather than sea. The research takes us to the time for the emergence of microbial life on land by 580 million years.

    The.. Show more

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  • A Sea Creature that is Older than Dinosaurs
    18 Aug 17

    Scientists have recently conducted a study and found a unique sea creature. As per the scientists, this bizarre creature was with a Venus flytrap-like head and swam the seas. Additionally, it is believed that this newly found creature is older than the dinosaurs.

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  • Engraving in Human Bones Have Links to a Cannibalistic Ritual
    17 Aug 17

    Human bones from Gough’s Cave have been found with strange zig-zag cuts. These are found in human radius and indicated intentional engraving. A new study defined links of engraving in human bones to a cannibalistic ritual during Paleolithic Period. The study was published on August 9, 2017 .. Show more

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  • Pregnant Mothers Must Resists Sleep Disorders
    16 Aug 17

    Pregnant mothers should highly take care of themselves and try to avoid getting in the trap of sleep disorders like sleep apnea and insomnia. According to an analysis of California births, pregnant women who are diagnosed with sleep disorders appear to be at risk of a preterm delivery.

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  • Can Various Creative Ideas Have a Similar Pattern?
    15 Aug 17

    What is the definition of a ‘CREATIVE’ idea? According to many beliefs, ‘a creative impression is a comprehensive “Big Idea” that attracts audience interest, influences their emotional reaction and inspires them to move forward.

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  • Children Must Study New Algorithm to Produce 3-D Shapes
    14 Aug 17

    New algorithm came out with surprising yet practical paper-folding patterns to produce any 3 – D structures. It can generate optimal origami folding patterns for any kind of shape. An MIT Professor of electrical engineering and computer science, Erik Demaine who was in 1999 was an 18 year o.. Show more

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  • Amazing Facts about the Vibrant Festival of Bathukamma
    13 Aug 17

    Bathukamma is a beautiful and colourful festival of Telangana that is celebrated by women, with flowers that grow exclusively in each region. But what are those things which make this festival so unique? Bathukamma is a symbol of Telangana’s cultural identity.

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  • Meet New Mini Satellite that Uses Ultra – Purified Water
    12 Aug 17

    A new kind of miniature satellite has been developed by scientists. It is named as CubeSat that can be exercised in space by exposing it to water vapor. The low – cost microsatellites and nano satellites have become prevalent than conventional spacecraft.

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  • Mystery Revealed! Scientists Found the Secret of Survival
    11 Aug 17

    The scientists have revealed the mystery of how the early human survived in the critical situations. As per the scientists, cultural flexibility was a key for early humans to survive extreme dry periods in southern Africa. Yes, you read it right. The scientists have stated .. Show more

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  • Genome Duplication of Spiders and Scorpions will Surprise You
    10 Aug 17

    Scientists from U.K., Europe, Japan and the United States collaborated with the researchers at the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine. The collaboration happened in order to discover whole genome duplication during the evolution of spiders and scorpions. The study appear.. Show more

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  • Does Mutations Play a Role in Cerebral Palsy?
    09 Aug 17

    Hemiparetic and Hemiplegic cerebral palsy (CP) are two kinds of cerebral palsy with the same disabilities where one side of the body gets affected.

    Hemiplegic is the more dangerous form of the disorder that involves total paralysis on one side of the body, while those with hemip.. Show more

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  • Have You Tried a New Approach of Teaching Music Improvisation?
    08 Aug 17

    Dr Michele Biasutti, Associate Professor at the University of Padua in Italy, has stated that improvisation is being taught in music education and often based on the development of techniques.

    The researchers focused on a literature review. The scientists stated that the aim of the study .. Show more

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  • Use of Living Cells to Carry Out Computations
    07 Aug 17

    A deep study by scientists developed Living Computers in which RNA Circuits can transform cells into nano-devices. Scientists have showed how living cells can be induced to do computations in the form of tiny robots or computers. Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) is used to develop logic circuits.

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  • Celebrate Bathukamma: The Floral Festival of Telangana
    06 Aug 17

    Bathukamma is celebrated by the Hindu women of Telangana. This festival is celebrated as per Shalivahana calendar for nine days every year during Durga Navratri. It starts from Bhadrapada Amavasya and goes till Durgashtami, usually celebrated in September – October of Gregorian calendar. Show more

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  • Have You Seen Dancing Galaxies on the Beat of Gravity?
    05 Aug 17

    NASA has helped us to observe what is actually happening around the solar system. However, this time NASA has found something that can amaze each one of us. The scientists have taken new NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image. In these images, the scientists have demonstrated the gravitational dan.. Show more

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  • Dark Ages Fort Built By Picts Found in Scotland
    04 Aug 17

    A fort that dated back to the era of Alfred the Great and is 1000 years old has been unearthed in Scotland. It was thought to have been completely destroyed and it got identified after 200 years. This ancient fort was built by the Picts.

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  • Iberian People Received Minor Genetic Input from Steppe Invaders
    03 Aug 17

    Studies have been conducted on the genome of individuals living on the Iberian Peninsula in the Bronze Age. It has been found that they had minor genetic input from Steppe invaders. It suggested that migrations played little role in the make-up of genes and culture of Iberian people.

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  • The Mysterious Relationship between Mice and Their Babies
    02 Aug 17

    Have you ever imagined how the mice and their baby pups coordinate with each other? Scientists have discovered the tangled relationship through a study. This new study shows that neuronal circuits responsible for ultrasonic calls uttered by mouse pups. Additionally, the scientists have also ident.. Show more

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  • Enrichment of Our Culture through Maru Gurjara Art
    01 Aug 17

    The beautiful Maru Gurjara Art developed during the early sixth century period in and around Rajasthan. The ancient Rajasthani art had the genesis of its name from the ancient times of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Both the states had very similar ethnic, cultural and political aspects of the soc.. Show more

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  • Enrichment of Our Culture through Maru Gurjara Art
    01 Aug 17

    The beautiful Maru Gurjara Art developed during the early sixth century period in and around Rajasthan. The ancient Rajasthani art had the genesis of its name from the ancient times of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Both the states had very similar ethnic, cultural and political aspects of the soc.. Show more

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  • Read How Scientists Take Technology to the Next Level
    31 Jul 17

    Recently, the scientists are working on the new platform that can enhance the capacity of the next generation technology. As per the researchers, this new development can make next generation electronic devices more advanced.

    Additionally, it is a set of electronic circuits on one small f.. Show more

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  • Starting of Sun’s Six Month Long Journey Northwards: Thai Pongal
    30 Jul 17

    The Tamil harvest festival is known as Thai Pongal. According to Gregorian calendar, Thai Pongal is celebrated for four days and this celebration is usually done from January 14 to January 16. This corresponds to the final day of the Tamil month Maargazhi to the third day of the Thai month of Tam.. Show more

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  • Does the Sun Behave as Other Stars in the Solar System?
    29 Jul 17

    It has been proven long time back that the sun is the star at the centre of the Solar System. However, scientists have resolved the ongoing controversy about whether the star at the centre of our Solar System exhibits the same cyclic behavior as other nearby, solar-type stars. The findings have p.. Show more

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  • Ashokavadana Will Tell You Everything About “Ashoka: The Great”
    28 Jul 17

    The description about the birth and reign of Mauryan Emperor Ashoka is described in an Indian – Sanskrit language text called Ashokavadana. It consist everything about legends and historical narratives. It glorified the greatness of Ashoka as a Buddhist emperor who aimed to spread Buddhism .. Show more

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  • Unbelievable to Get Evidences from Saliva to a ‘Ghost’ Species
    27 Jul 17

    The history of evolution of salivary protein may direct towards interbreeding between humans and a mysterious ancient relative. Hints have been found by scientists in the saliva hinting that ghost species of archaic humans may have given genetic component to ancestors of people living in sub &nda.. Show more

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  • 5 Ways to Become the Best Parents
    26 Jul 17

    Many a time it happens that the child wants to learn new skills but was denied because of family pressure. The children begin the school year with a new notebook and hope in their eyes to create a new world. The children wake up early in the morning and try to get to school a bit before the morni.. Show more

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  • Identify the Components of Creativity With Us
    25 Jul 17

    A lecturer in the School of Computing, Dr. Anna Jordanous, and a language expert, Dr. Bill Keller worked on ways to define the language people use when talking about creativity. This is known as computational creativity. This language knowledge can be utilized by computer programs too. This is re.. Show more

  • Computer Energy Consumption Could Be Reduced By Nanoporous Material
    24 Jul 17

    Copper and Nickel alloy has provided base to the newly developed nanoporous material. It has a structure similar to a sponge with so many pores. Its size has been measured as millionth of a millimeter. Minimum use of energy is done in handling and storing the information.

    The efficient na.. Show more

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  • The New Year Festival: Losar
    23 Jul 17

    Losar is a Tibetan word which translates to New Year in English language. Losar is known as a famous event that signifies happiness of farmers of the North East Indian state of Sikkim. The date of this gala festival mostly comes in t.. Show more

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  • A NEW ‘HOT JUPITER’ EXOPLANET DISCOVERED
    22 Jul 17

    Researchers at Keele University have discovered a new 'Hot Jupiter' exoplanet. This is for the first time a planet has been discovered jointly by two teams viz, the WASP (Wide Angle Search for Planets) and the KELT (Kilodegree Extremely Little Telescope) exoplanet surveys.

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  • RESEARCHERS PUT SOUND BACK INTO ANCIENT LANDSCAPE
    21 Jul 17

    Researchers have used GIS technology to advance a theoretical discussion into a modeled sensory experience. It explores the way ancient people might have heard their surroundings throughout a complete archaeological landscape.

    They used this three-dimensional tool to explore Chaco Canyon,.. Show more

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  • Sea at Bioko Showing Evidences of Human Evolution
    20 Jul 17

    Experts suggested that aquatic ape theory deserves one more chance to show its validity though it got disregarded by paleoanthropologists. Aquatic Ape theory can answer several evolutionary questions like how humans have got features as long hair, protruding noses, and naked skin.

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  • Pros and Cons of Co-Sleeping With Animals or Children
    19 Jul 17

    Are you one of those who share bed with your children or animals? Scientists have recently discovered the pros and cons of sharing bed with animals or children. As per the scientists half of the owners share their beds or bedrooms with their pets at night. However, this has been the case through .. Show more

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  • INNOVATIVE THINKING CAN BE CULTIVATED
    18 Jul 17

    The authors of a paper published in Journal of the National Academy of Inventors® define innovation as "the introduction of something new and different” which is created by inspiration and creativity. According to them, the commencement of the process is generally linked with &ld.. Show more

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  • Scientists Dream Ultra-high Speed of Dynamic Random Access Memory
    17 Jul 17

    Researchers are trying to expand their basic knowledge about non – volatile memory. Material scientists are dreaming to create a non-volatile memory in which digital information will be kept without power. That memory should work at the same time with ultra-high speed of today’s Dynam.. Show more

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  • GANGAUR FESTIVAL – RAJASTHAN
    16 Jul 17

    Gangaur is a vivid and rejoiced festival of Rajasthan, celebrated for 18 days. During it, married women worship Goddess Parvati for the well-being, wealth and long life of their husbands while unmarried girls pray for a good life partner. The festival is held in Chaitra month, which falls between.. Show more

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  • Importance of Lights in Photography
    15 Jul 17

    It is stated in the classic definition that photography is a science, art application and practice of creating durable images by recording light. It is true that lighting is a key aspect in creating a flourishing image. Various lights and tones, such as Positioning Light, Positioning Light, Shapi.. Show more

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  • Evidence for Human Lineage through 200,000 Years Old ‘Baby Tooth’
    14 Jul 17

    The molar tooth got found in Denisova Cave in Siberia. Scientists said that it is at least 20,000 years older than previously analyzed Denisovan fossils. DNA from the new fossil brought a wider picture of extinct human lineage that occupied the Middle of Asia. The fossil found is from a young gir.. Show more

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  • CARVED SKULL FRAGMENTS EXCAVATED IN TURKEY
    13 Jul 17

    Three carve skull fragments have been unearthed in Turkey at a Neolithic excavation site, Göbekli Tepe. Such modifications of human remains have not been reported before among the Neolithic excavations.

    These modified skull fragments indicate a new ritual group or "skull cult" from t.. Show more

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  • Scientists Calculate Effectiveness of Math Games In Preschoolers
    12 Jul 17

    The researchers from Delhi have done a research through which they found improvement in preschooler’s conceptual math skills. It was believed, that games can perk up theoretical math skills. However, gains may not carry over to primary school. The.. Show more

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  • Benefits of Arts and Crafts for Children
    11 Jul 17

    Children derive many vital benefits while working on arts and crafts activities. However, there is a difference between the two terms. Art involves unstructured and non defined activities in which a child explores his imagination and creativity. Craft, however, involves struct.. Show more

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  • New Mathematical Technique to Define Electoral Districts
    10 Jul 17

    Mathematicians at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have now developed a method that allows the proficient calculation of optimally sized voting districts. The experts have created this technique to make the democratic election much meaningful. The voting districts must have same sizes sug.. Show more

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  • Bandi Chor Divas
    09 Jul 17

    Bandi Chor Divas is a Sikh holiday that coincides with Diwali. During the late 20th century, the religious leaders of the Sikh community increasingly called Diwali as Bandi Chor Divas. Unlike Diwali, Bandi Chor Diwas is celebrated with regard to a prehistoric event related to th.. Show more

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  • Space X Dragon Spacecraft Returned Back to Earth
    08 Jul 17

    A spacecraft named SpaceX Dragon was released from International Space Station. It was departed from Space Station on third of July. It got splash down in Pacific Ocean. It finished its historic second journey to the orbiting lab.

    Dragon roughly had a journey for about 5.5 hours while tra.. Show more

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  • Family Resemblances Revealed in 2000-Year-Old Skulls
    07 Jul 17

    Scientists have used geometric morphometrics, a statistical technique, to recognize similarities in 2000-year-old skulls from three Italian graveyards from the Roman Empire. This technique helps differentiate groups of humans by looking at their skull shapes and determining whether or not those r.. Show more

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  • Neanderthal Dentistry: A Matter of Research by Paleoanthropologists
    06 Jul 17

    Neanderthals made toothpicks out of bones or stems of grass. Professor David Frayer and co – authors from University of Kansas found multiple tooth pick grooves on teeth of a Neanderthal individual. Neanderthals lived 130,000 years ago at a place known as Croatia today.

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  • Quality of Early Family Relationships Affects Children's Mental Health
    05 Jul 17

    The birth of a child is indeed a long awaited and very meaningful event but it also requires a transition in the mindset of the parents to learn how to cope with the new situation. It is this time when the infant undergoes one of their most intense developmental periods. And for this development .. Show more

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  • Arts Changes the Way You See the World
    04 Jul 17

    Today, people face many issues which they think cannot be solved, for an example when we think about global data of the changing environment but feel helpless to change it, at the same time. Everyday, we read and see whatever is happening around, however, we do not feel strongly enough that we ar.. Show more

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  • Mathematical Biology Tackles Destructive Plant Virus
    03 Jul 17

    Plant diseases pose a big threat to global food security as more than millions of people depend completely on plant harvests. Fighting against such a problem gets more difficult for the under developed and developing countries. To find a cure to this problem, researchers have experimented using m.. Show more

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  • Dola Melana- One Occasion for People’s Gathering
    02 Jul 17

    Dola Yatra is known as a festival of happiness which is celebrated in Puri district and performed from the tenth day of bright fortnight unto full moon day of Falguna. This festival is called with various names such as Dola Melana, Dola Jatra, etc. much more. It was first observed by the Sassana .. Show more

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  • Supermassive Black Holes are Discovered by Astronomers
    01 Jul 17

    Researchers of an international team found existence of gravitational waves. This has confirmed the 100 years old predictions of German physicist Albert Einstein. The two supermassive black holes are detected by astronomers including one of Indian origin.

    Both the black holes are 750 mill.. Show more

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  • Attack on Pearl Harbor (World War II)
    30 Jun 17

    On December 7, 1941, Japan launched a surprise attack on American soil at Pearl Harbor. Just before 8 a.m. on this date, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes flew over the American Naval Base and attacked the Pearl Harbor near Honolulu, Hawaii. The rage lasted for just two hours but the impact was.. Show more

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  • When Money Came Into Existence?
    29 Jun 17

    The things which occurred rarely in nature and whose circulation can be controlled came out as interacting and exchanging units of a value. The units were mother – of – pearl used in America and cowry shells used in Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia.

    Other materials used as c.. Show more

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  • Make Little Changes to Reduce Obesity
    28 Jun 17

    A new report suggested that a little change made to the diet plan, physical activity and behavior may reduce obesity. It is both for children and adults. Two Cochrane Reviews were last in the series of related systematic reviews. The reviews summarized clues on the effects of different int.. Show more

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  • Enjoy the Art of Doodling and Gain Benefits!
    27 Jun 17

    Doodling is a continuous act of drawing which requires few color pencils and markers. This art is linked to better learning, creativity and performance. There are several benefits of doodling which can enhance one’s performance.

    Doodling boost the concentration power as it engages b.. Show more

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  • QUANTUM PARTICLE EXHIBITS SURPRISING BEHAVIOUR
    26 Jun 17

    A falling apple from a tree inspired Sir Isaac Newton to formulate a theory that tell us that a moving body keeps on moving on a straight line unless any disturbing force may change its path. Newton's laws impact is experienced in our daily lives.

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  • Sekrenyi: An Angami Festival and Symbol of Sanctification
    25 Jun 17

    Sekrenyi is known as an important festival of the Angami tribe. It is also a symbol of consecration which ends after a 10 day’s celebration. This 10-day long festival is also called “Phousanyi”, the festival of purification that is generally celebrated in the month of February.<.. Show more

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  • Humans Have To Vacate Earth to Survive another Million Years
    24 Jun 17

    The countries are urged by British Physicist Stephen Hawking to send astronauts in space. He urged them to send astronauts to moon by the year 2020 and to Mars by the year 2025. This is going to uplift humanity according to him.

    He also suggested that space agencies should settle a lunar .. Show more

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  • Uncovered History of Jerusalem Tower Discovered
    23 Jun 17

    According to the archaeologists at the Weizmann Institute of Science, the Jerusalem Tower is younger than previously thought. As per the recent discovery, the stones at the base of the tower were laid nearly 1,00.. Show more

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  • Oldest Indication of Human’s Impact on Earth’s Geology Found
    22 Jun 17

    The Dead Sea in Israel gave evidence for the earliest evidence of human’s impact on the geology and ecosystems of Earth. The evidence found is at least 11,500 years old. Professor Shmuel Marco and co – authors along with him from Tel Aviv University found basin – wide erosion ra.. Show more

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  • The Performance of Premature Babies in School
    21 Jun 17

    Often parents of prematurely born infants fear that their children may find it difficult in school. But the results of a new large-scale study by the Northwestern University dispel these fears and reassure parents.The study analyzed 1.3 million infants born between 1992 and 2002 in Florida, with .. Show more

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  • Creative People Have Better Connected Brains
    20 Jun 17

    According to a new analysis, people with high creativity quotient have significantly more white matter connections between left and right hemispheres of the brain. Apparently, all self help books and workshops conducted to boost your creativity tend to tap only on the right side of your brain. Bu.. Show more

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  • A Better Understanding of Vision Processing
    19 Jun 17

    Researchers from the Salk Institute have observed the characteristics of neurons in a critical part of the brain which respond to natural scenes. These neurons are known as V2. The scientists stated that the study can provide a better understanding of vision processing. The author of the research.. Show more

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  • THE CHAPCHAR KUT FESTIVAL OF MIZORAM
    18 Jun 17

    One of the oldest festivals of Mizoram is the Chapchar Kut. This annual harvest festival bears immense cultural significance. It is celebrated in March with great gaiety and pomp for one whole week.

    It marks the preparation ahead of the sowing season’s onset, and is observed when th.. Show more

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  • KFC’s Fried Chicken Sandwich Will Experience Balloon Test Flight
    17 Jun 17

    World View has scheduled a flight for Fried Chicken Sandwich aboard on its high-altitude-balloon system. It is going to happen later this month.  World View's chief technology officer, Taber Mac Callum said that a bucket – shaped container along with a high – definition TV camera.. Show more

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  • Mother of Leonardo da Vinci Got Identified
    16 Jun 17

    Historians were dodged by the identity of Leonardo da Vinci’s mother for years. Martin Kemp is a leading expert on Leonardo da Vinci. He researched over various overlooked records in Italy.

    Kemp claimed that Vinci is born to Caterina di Meo Lippi who was a 15 year old orphan, on Apr.. Show more

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  • ARCTIC OCEAN- A FRESH WATER LAKE WHICH BECAME SALINE
    15 Jun 17

    Annually, fresh water of ca. 3,300 cubic kilometers flows into the Arctic Ocean. Once upon a time, this amount was even bigger that the Arctic Ocean was an enormous freshwater lake. It was only when the land bridge between Scotland and Greenland submerged did huge quantities of salt water from th.. Show more

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  • Brain Anatomy Differences Can Predict Autism in Toddlers
    14 Jun 17

    Researchers found that differences in functional links between brain areas at an age of six months can predict autism at an age of two. MRIs of six years olds were used by autism researchers for the very first time. It helped in showing synchronizations and connections of brain regions.

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  • What Pottery Does To Your Child?
    13 Jun 17

    The cute puppy your child painted pink in pottery class is a symbol of more than one accomplishment. 'Pottery making' not only builds your child’s creativity but it also provides your family with more than a new artwork for the home. Artwork, created by children, can enrich their lives in w.. Show more

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  • MAGNETOCAPACITANCE FOR NEXT-GENERATION SPINTRONIC DEVICES
    12 Jun 17

    Capacitors are electronic elements which store and quickly release a charge. These play a significant role in diverse electrical circuits.

    Two years ago, a team of international scientists showed that by manipulating electron spin at a nanoscale sandwich consisting of an insulator flanked.. Show more

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  • THE NONGKREM DANCE FESTIVAL OF MEGHALAYA
    11 Jun 17

    The religious dance festival called Shad Nongkrem is the important festival of the Khasi tribe of Meghalaya. It is celebrated in November at the Smit village, the capital of the Khyrem Syiemship, located 11 kms from Shillong. It begins on a Wednesday and concludes on a Friday.

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  • HUBBLE CAPTURES A BREATH-TAKING TRANSIT
    10 Jun 17

    This jaw-dropping photograph captured in space by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is that of a distant galaxy aligning with our neighboring star in the Milky Way to pass behind it. This event is called as a transit.

    The distant galaxy called the "Vermin Galax.. Show more

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  • GENOMICS ENABLE COMPREHNSIVE RECONSTRUCTION OF GENETIC HISTORY
    09 Jun 17

    Assumptions about origins, until recently, were based on the burial place of people. The limitation is that it does not take the migrations into account.  

    New genomic tools are enabling scientists to track genetic origins and migrations of ancient people with higher precision, and t.. Show more

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  • BALEEN WHALE’S ANCESTORS SUCKED PREYS INTO THEIR MOUTHS
    08 Jun 17

    Researchers have unearthed a 36.4-million-year-old whale fossil in southern Peru. They found that the whale had teeth instead of baleen (keratin fibers) found in modern mysticetes. This suggests that prior to losing their teeth baleen whales were suction feeders which plunged down an.. Show more

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  • Daily Interactions with Toddlers Influenced By Gender
    07 Jun 17

    The scientists have uncovered the relationships of a daughter and father. The study has shown that a father’s relation with his daughter is totally different or a father’s brains respond differently to a daughter than a son.

    Additionally, the researchers have also shaded the l.. Show more

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  • MUSIC FROM DIFFERENT WORLD REGIONS SHARE COMMON FEATURES
    06 Jun 17

    In olden days, Western people thought that Western scales of music were universal. But, when they realized that scales in other cultures were different, they concluded that there was nothing universal about music.

    A new research which analyzed 304 recordings of stylistically diverse music.. Show more

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  • Researchers Solve a Mathematical Problem by Soap Bubbles
    05 Jun 17

    Recently a research took place at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST). Through the research, the scientists are creating a record by solving the mathematic problems with the help of delicate soap bubbles. Before this, no one had imagined soap bubble as a sol.. Show more

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  • HUBBLE CAPTURES THE IMAGE OF AN UNUSUAL GALAXY
    03 Jun 17

    The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured an unusual galaxy called IRAS 06076-2139. It is found in “The Hare” (the constellation Lepus). The galaxy located 500 million light-years away was detected by the ACS (Advanced Camera for Surveys) and WFC3 (Hubble's Wide Fi.. Show more

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  • NUMERICAL COGNITION IS NOT BIOLOGICALLY ENDOWED
    29 May 17

    Chimpanzees, salamanders, mosquitofishes, newborn chicks, and many other animals can deal with numbers. Very young human babies too can discriminate between varied amounts even when they don’t know a language.

    Therefore, for a long time now, we have been associating this numerical c.. Show more

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  • Ganesha Chaturthi
    28 May 17

    Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayak Chaturthi is a Hindu festival. The day is devoted to honor, the elephant-headed God, Ganesha's, birthday. Lord Ganesha also recognized by 108 names out of which few are Vinayaka, Binayak, and Ganpati.

    According to the Hindu shastra he is the son of .. Show more

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  • Scientists Explores Nature and Possible Origin of Icy Disk
    27 May 17

    Astronomers have made the first complete millimeter-wavelength image of the ring of dusty debris surrounding the young star Fomalhaut. For the image, the international team of astronomers used Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array (ALMA).

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  • Researchers Unveiled Carnivorous Plant's Prized Genetic Treasures
    26 May 17

    A team of scientists has done a study through which they have discovered the genomic underpinnings. As per the scientists, this study will highlight the genomic underpinnings that help make the carnivorous bladderwort a ferocious hunter.

    Moreover, the carnivorous humped bladderwort plant .. Show more

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  • EXPERTS WARN: FUTURE TECH COULD RESTRICT FREEDOM OF MIND
    25 May 17

    Researchers have warned, future mind-reading technology could allow hackers to steal or even delete data from human brains unless new human rights laws are prepared to protect against exploitation and loss of privacy.

    Additionally, the new advances in neuro-technology could put the freedo.. Show more

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  • Raising Responsible Children Is Equally Important
    24 May 17

    A new study, done by scientists conducted on children’s behavior, has given new aspects to the parents who are concerned about their children. The study has showcased that children need overall rules, routines and guidelines. However, an existential feeling of safety is essential for them t.. Show more

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  • Deafness Is Normal and Sign Language Is Not a Taboo
    23 May 17

    A group of street artists making eco with their colorful street art designs on the walls of Delhi. Are you thinking why this group is different as street art is normal these days? This amazing group includes thirty people including two deaf from America<.. Show more

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  • Improved Email System to Fight Cyber Attack
    22 May 17

    When the entire world is facing the issue of a cyber security threat the experts have made extra efforts to improve email filters. The cyber security experts scramble to stop another wave of ransom ware and malware scams that have infected computers around the world.

    To known the roots of.. Show more

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  • LOKRANG FESTIVAL MADHYA PRADESH
    21 May 17

    The Lokrang festival of Madhya Pradesh which commences on the republic day (26Th January) every year is a five-day long festival of Lokrang, Bhopal. The Madhya Pradesh Adivasi Lok Kala Academy has been organizing this cultural exposition at the Ravindra Bhavan’s open air auditori.. Show more

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  • MODEL SIMULATING THE EVOLUTION OF SOLAR STORMS
    20 May 17

    The sun constantly shoots its solar material into space. The biggest such events are called CMEs or coronal mass ejections. Often these solar storms come with after some warning, like a gust of heat or a bright flash of light, or a burst of solar energetic particles. But at times, storms that lac.. Show more

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  • Scientists Have Discovered the Oldest Orchid Fossil
    19 May 17

    Recently the scientists have discovered, oldest fossil of an orchid. The scientists said there are more than 28,000 species available in the orchid family. Additionally, the number of orchid species is twice the number of bird species and quadruple the mammal species, stated the researchers.

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  • Primitive Ape like Ancestor in Himachal Pradesh
    18 May 17

    Scientists have discovered nine million years old ape fossil at Haritalyangar in Shiwalik hill’s region in Himachal Pradesh, about 120 km from Shimla on the road to Kangra. As per the discovery, the ape-like ancestor that was, till now, considered a native of only Eurasia Show more

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  • STRUCTURED KNOWLEDGE IMPAIRS CREATIVITY
    17 May 17

    It has been for long only known that structured knowledge organizes human activities and boosts efficiency. But, a new study by two researchers from the University of Toronto concludes that structured knowledge can kill creativity.

    Through several experiments, they showed that participant.. Show more

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  • Parents’ Relationships with Child Can Prevent Maltreatment
    16 May 17

    Recently, a research has cleared that improvement in the relationship between child and parent can prevent maltreatment in children.

    The scientist has analyzed that approximately 3.9 million children were subjects of maltreatment as per the reports of child welfare agencies in 2013. Accor.. Show more

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  • Time Crystals Generated
    15 May 17

    Dubbed time crystals, a new form of matter, has been formed by the Harvard physicists. These crystals can offer vital insights into the puzzling behavior of quantum systems. Crystals such as salt, sugar or diamonds are interrupted provision of atoms in a three dimensional lattice.

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  • Onam: A Festival of Joy
    14 May 17

    Onam, an official state festival of Kerala, is a traditional Hindu harvest festival celebrated in the state. This grand festival is celebrated at the beginning of the month of Chingamm, the first month of Malayalam Calendar (Kollavarsham), with enthusiasm and joy by people of all communities of t.. Show more

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  • UNIVERSAL MECHANISM EXPLAINS SOLAR ERRUPTIONS OF ALL SIZES
    13 May 17

    Eruptions on the sun come in different sizes and shapes, from long jets to massive explosions called CMEs (Coronal Mass Ejections). It was previously believed that these were driven by varied processes.

    Scientists from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center have now proposed a universal.. Show more

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  • Researchers Identifies Genetic Diversity of Indian Subcontinent
    12 May 17

    Scientists from the University of Hudders field have researched migrant from different countries to evaluate their genetic diversity. The research was led by a PhD student of the university. As per the archaeo-ge.. Show more

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  • HUMAN SPECIES IN THE EVOLUTIONARY TREE
    11 May 17

    Seven important human species are there in our evolutionary history viz., Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalensis, Homo denisova, Homo floresiensis, Homo naledi, and Homo sapiens.

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  • Help Your Child to Improve Stuttering Problem
    10 May 17

    Shuttering is a common problem in growing children. Many experts have suggested that stuttering can be a part of children’s speech. However, the experts have suggested that this habit can be temporary and it may last for a lifetime. Since stuttering can become a life-long condition, parents.. Show more

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  • HELP YOUR CHILD ACQUIRE PERFECT PITCH
    09 May 17

    Several world renowned musicians like Hendrix, Tchaikovsky, Sinatra and Mozart have had the "perfect" pitch. It is the ability of recognizing a musical note’s pitch without the need of comparing it to any reference note. This is a very rare attribute in Europe and the U.S.

    It was fo.. Show more

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  • Milky Way Indicates Traits of a Well Mixed Galaxy
    06 May 17

    As galaxies age, some of their basic chemical elements can show signs of aging. It has been observed that certain atoms put on a little weight and eventually transform into heavier isotopes. These heavier isotopes carry additional neutrons in their nuclei.

    Surprisingly, there has been no .. Show more

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  • LEAP FROM SUPERCOMPUTERS TO VIDEO GAMES
    05 May 17

    Shuaiwen Leon Song, a researcher at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, studies high performance computing with the aim of making computers faster, smaller and more energy efficient.

    The leap from supercomputers to video games started when Song asked if a .. Show more

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  • DARK SIDE OF MEDIEVAL BELIEFS DISCOVERED
    04 May 17

    A new scientific study done by the University of Southampton unearthed a total of 137 bones from the combined remains of at least 10 people from a burial pit dating back to the 11th-14th centuries AD. These medieval human bones unearthed from a deserted English village have .. Show more

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  • Swings Help in Learning to Cooperate
    03 May 17

    Studies show that your favourite past time during childhood may have helped you in learning to cooperate.

    The measured movements that the children make on the swings can help them in cooperating in future. These measu.. Show more

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  • Creative People Are Resilient to Death
    02 May 17

    A new study found that creative people worry less about death. Creative people are the persons who are highly motivated to create long lasting impact on cultures. In fact the creative work done by Leonard Cohen and David Bowie lives in the heart of people even after their death.

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  • Device to Harness Energy from Waste
    01 May 17

    A new device has been invented to convert heat emitted by computers into alternative energy. This provides us with a way to compute ultra-high temperatures.

    We always have problems of the computer getting heated up. People have been on search o.. Show more

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  • Karama Puja: Festival of Diverse Groups of Tribal People
    30 Apr 17

    Karama Puja is a well known festival in the Jharkhand State of India. Jharkhand is famous for its vibrant colors and rituals.  Various festival.. Show more

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  • Enceladus under Observation by NASA
    29 Apr 17

    Scientists found first sign of a source for extraterrestrial microbial life. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is all set for its final activity at Saturn. Hydrogen has been detected in an ice piece of Saturn’s ocean bearing moon. When hot water interacts with rocks creating an active space f.. Show more

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  • Dental Fillings as Old as 13,000 Years Discovered
    28 Apr 17

    Imagine a sight of your dentist using a stone tool to fill up your cavities; sounds weird right. Archaeologists have recently discovered a 13,000 year old skeleton with big holes in the front teeth that go deep down to the tooth’s pulp chamber. Scientists have observed that the prehistoric .. Show more

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  • Finding Passion during Middle School
    27 Apr 17

    Finding your passion isn’t something that can happen only when you are in your teens and are trying to decide what to do in life. Passion can also be discovered when you are just a middle school student and don’t know much.

    Some peo.. Show more

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  • Biological Fathers Help to Develop a Child More
    26 Apr 17

    There are chances of having consequences in the well-being of children born to single mothers. The consequences can be minimized by the joining of biological father in the family. This is presented by a new research.

    The children show negative consequences by the subsequent leaving of fat.. Show more

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  • COACHELLA VALLEY MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL 2017
    25 Apr 17

    The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is known for the music, celebrity snapshots, and art installations. It is the largest renowned music festival in the U.S. and Canada in terms of the crowd it generates.

    Top artists including the pop icon Lady Gaga, the movie composer Hans Zimme.. Show more

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  • A FEW INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT MATHEMATICS
    24 Apr 17

    Google got its name from the word ‘googol’, which means that the number one is followed by 100 zeros. It reflects the possibility of infinite searches over the net.

    Maths gets crazy with its functions. For example, when 111,111,111 is multiplied by 111,111,111, the resultant n.. Show more

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  • Don’t Miss Out the Bahu Mela in Jammu & Kashmir
    23 Apr 17

    The fair is organized at the beautiful Bahu Fort in Jammu & Kashmir. It is one of the biggest festivals of the Hindus but people from all age groups, caste and community participate in it. It is organized during the Ramnavami and people celebrate it with fun and joy.

    The Bahu Fort is .. Show more

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  • The Change in Space Temperature
    22 Apr 17

    A prediction about space that was made about 40 years ago has been proved true by scientists. It was said that if a person is travelling in space at a constant speed he will find the surrounding cool where if the same person is accelerating through space he would find it to be hot. The phenomenon.. Show more

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  • Mysteriously Concealed 14,000 Army Dog Tags Discovered
    21 Apr 17

    A team of researchers has reexamined the artifacts found in 2014 to uncover the hidden facts of the World War-II.According to the researchers, during a significant find in 2014, a military historian Dan Mackay found a remarkable antique near London, Show more

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  • Evolution of shells and Skeletons
    20 Apr 17

    A new study suggests that shells and skeletons came into the world just 550 million years ago. They were a result of change in chemical make-up of seawater.

    Studies say that ancient marine life may have started with animals which had soft bodies. They later would have developed with hard .. Show more

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  • Children Sleeping With Parents May Suffer SIDS
    19 Apr 17

    Parents are aware that co – sleeping with children is a strict no. But still many parents allow their child to sleep with them. Co-sleeping with parents extends even after the toddlers age. Doctors always advise to avoid co-sleeping and discourage it.

    Doctors advise this because of .. Show more

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  • Internet- A Boon or Bane for Art?
    18 Apr 17

    With the people getting more digitalized, the appreciation of art on tradition platforms is becoming marginalized. In a country like India which has a lot to offer in arts and creativity, this decreased importance towards the traditional forms may act as a profitable step towards.. Show more

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  • 2^74,207,281-1 - THE LARGEST KNOWN PRIME NUMBER
    17 Apr 17

    Prime numbers are those which can be divided by one and themselves. These are important for computer encryption. As a part of the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (Gimps) program which was founded in 1996, the largest known prime number has been discovered. So far 15 such record prime numbers.. Show more

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  • Celebrating Gotchi for Their Sons
    16 Apr 17

    The people of Himachal Pradesh are seeped deep into traditions. Every year in the month of February, people of Himachal gather together to celebrate the festival -Gotchi. The festival is held to celebrate the birth of male child in the previous year. The people dress up in traditional clothes. Show more

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  • New Discoveries on Alien Oceans outside Earth
    15 Apr 17

    NASA uncovered new discoveries related to oceans outside Earth and which are present in our solar system. On April 13, NASA organized a press conference on it. The findings of this discovery were taken from Hubble Space Telescope and NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft that orbits around Saturn.

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  • Discovery of a Monumental Pyramid
    14 Apr 17

    The remains of a pyramid dating back to about 3700 years ago has been discovered 25 miles away from the south of Cairo, by an Egyptian archaeological mission. The head of the excavation team, Adel Okasha, confirmed the teams’ discovery of a hallway that leads to the insides of the pyramid.<.. Show more

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  • World’s Largest Asteroid Impact Zone is 400 km Wide
    13 Apr 17

    Central Australia has recently been discovered as the world’s largest asteroid impact zone. The last attack happened to be millions of years ago and there was no proof or signs of any impact until now.

    Now, a team of geophysicists have found some trails in the form of twin scars dur.. Show more

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  • HELP YOUR ADOLESCENT HANDLE PEER PRESSURE
    12 Apr 17

    Whether your adolescent is popular in class or is someone with only a few friends, peer pressure can force him or her to get involved in unhealthy activities. Here is help on how you can help them take good decisions.

    Help your child to figure out ways on how to say no when facing peer-pr.. Show more

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  • Scientifically Studying the Musical Evolution
    11 Apr 17

    Scientists and evolutionary biologists together have planned to study and observe the evolution of pop music. They have analysed 17000 songs from the US’s hit songs chart. The songs range from time of 1960 to 2010. This is being termed as the most significant.. Show more

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  • A New System Provides Bandwidth for Faster Downloads
    10 Apr 17

    Good news for all websites that a new system is made by researchers where downloading of pages will be extremely quick. Researchers have developed a new system where bandwidth is provided in data center networks. The tests provided good results. The system maintained same overall data transmissio.. Show more

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  • Gugga Naumi Festival
    09 Apr 17

    Gugga Naumi is a snake worshipping festival. The religious festival is celebrated all around Haryana in the month of August and September. The sacred festival is also celebrated in other parts of India as well which includes the states of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. As .. Show more

  • The Earth’s Lookalikes
    08 Apr 17

    Seven earth sized planets have been identified in a solar system. It is being said that these three planets which orbit around its central star, called TRAPPIST-1, may be suitable for life. The planets are deemed to be a good for existence of alien.

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  • Shakespeare- Comedies and Tragedies
    07 Apr 17

    A miniature notebook, thought to contain contemporary comments and notes from a Shakespearean scholar was brought to the Antique Road Show in Berkshire. Titled as “Shakespeare: Comedies and Tragedies”, the matchbook sized notebook is believed to be written in the 17th Show more

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  • Bigger Brain Sizes in Primates Are a Result of Their Diet
    06 Apr 17

    The ‘Social Brain Hypothesis’ is challenged by a new study. The hypothesis was based on the idea that social complexity was the reason behind cognitive complexity in primates. It was believed that evolution of large human brains was due to social pressures.

    Dr. James Higham, a.. Show more

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  • Is the News That Your Child is Reading Genuine?
    05 Apr 17

    With news present to them at every instant sometimes it becomes difficult for the children to differentiate between what is really true and what is not. Every child today has a digital access to all things. This makes them updated with the events of the world. Show more

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  • Depicting Human Expression through Dance and Art
    04 Apr 17

    Performing arts is a form of art in which artists use their voices and/or their bodies, often in relation to other objects, to convey an artistic expression. It can be channeled into a wide spectrum of human expression through modern dance.

    Making best use of this formula, Goa-based art g.. Show more

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  • The Bizarre Pi
    03 Apr 17

    We have always read the value of Pi to be approximately 3.14, but the most accurate value that scientists ever found extended up to 13 trillion digits after the decimal. Finding out the final value of pi is not possible but in 1888, Logician John Venn tried to visually show that the series of pi .. Show more

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  • Welcome To the Aoling Festival of Nagaland
    02 Apr 17

    Aoling Festival is celebrated in the first week of April every year by the Konyak Naga People in the Mon district of Nagaland. The Konyak tribe is well known because of their tradition of head hunting. Festival is celebrated to welcome spring and to pray for good harvest.

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  • Unusual Asteroid Dodging the Largest Planet Jupiter
    01 Apr 17

    Astronomers have found a strange asteroid which is revolving around the sun in Jupiter’s orbital space. The unnamed asteroid is taking revolution from the opposite direction of Jupiter’s revolution. Astronomers said that such scene expects a collision between the two.

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  • Rock Art From Neolithic Period Got Discovered in Egypt
    31 Mar 17

    Rock art which establishes its link to Neolithic Period and Ancient Egyptian Culture has been excavated. Egyptologists dated back it to 4th millennium B.C.  and found it at a necropolis near Aswan in Egypt. Qubbet el-Hawa known as the hill of wind is the excavation site. Prof. Elm.. Show more

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  • Evolution of Bipedalism and Human Skull Together
    30 Mar 17

    A study on the evolution of two-legged walking and Human skull of fossil humans is validated by researchers.  The researchers are from Stony Brook University and The University of Texas at Austin.

    Foramen Magnum which is a large hole at the base of the human skull and spinal cord pas.. Show more

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  • Imbibing Gratitude in Your Attitude
    29 Mar 17

    There is no perfect age to start teaching a child the value of gratitude in life. Studies have suggested that children who are grateful tend to be more satisfied and happy with their life and do better.

    Researchers suggested parents to ask their children who and what they are grateful for.. Show more

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  • Instruments: Our Sacred Belonging
    28 Mar 17

     

    The concept of melody and the artistic pursuit of a musical composition are known to all of us. Music and sound have helped us evolve and grow over the years.

    Musical instruments are held sacred by musicians and are worshipped by students on special occasions like Sa.. Show more

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  • New twist to the Sofa Problem
    27 Mar 17

    Most of us have struggled with the mathematical puzzle known as the "moving sofa problem." It poses a deceptively simple question: What is the largest sofa that can pivot around an L-shaped hallway corner?

    For years, this mathematical problem has puzzled mathematicians and furniture mover.. Show more

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  • Happy Ugadi New Year
    26 Mar 17

    Ugadi, a festival celebrated earnestly in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, marks the beginning of a new year according to the Hindu calendar. It is based on the belief that the joys of the day will mirror in themselves in the coming future.

    The significance of the festival originated from th.. Show more

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  • Magnetic Reconnections All Around Us
    25 Mar 17

    Invisible magnetic explosions happening around the earth, are taking place not just on the sun’s surface but all across the universe. These explosions are known as Magnetic Reconnections. They occur when magnetic field lines cross and release stored magnetic energy.

    This leads to ac.. Show more

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  • THE HISTORY OF THE GREAT STUPA OF SANCHI
    24 Mar 17

    Sanchi in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India is world renowned for stupas, temples, monolith Asokan pillar, sculptural wealth, and monasteries. It also houses the “Great Stupa of Sanchi” which is the oldest stone structure of the country.

     

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  • A New Window to Our Evolution History
    23 Mar 17

    Discovery of ancient DNA in the dental plaque of Neanderthals, have provided us with remarkable insights into their diet, behaviour and evolution history. This also includes their use of plant-based medicine to treat pain and illness. The plaque has in it, trapped microorganisms and .. Show more

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  • Connect With Your Child by Volunteering at School
    22 Mar 17

    In today’s time, parents try to achieve all-round development for their children. Academics, extra-curricular activities and sports all contribute to their holistic development. Parents too can play a key role in this nurturing.

    Volunteering in your child’s school can help you.. Show more

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  • Importance of Vocabulary
    21 Mar 17

    An average person draws words from a bank of about 3000 words in his daily conversations though he knows about 20,000 words. Vocabulary is about using language in a way that helps you to express your ideas more richly. Expressing something as big or small is fine. But also using terms like wide, .. Show more

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  • Virtual Reality Experiment Studies Altruism
    20 Mar 17

    Altruism is helping others and being concerned for them selflessly even if it results in disadvantage for oneself. Studying such a complex emotion in human beings seems impossible. But researchers made this possible by conducting an experiment using a computer-based environment.

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  • Navratri- 9 Nights of Divinity
    19 Mar 17

    Navratri, a nine day Hindu festival has been observed in India for a long time and has a significant cultural and religious value all over the nation. Navratri in India follows the lunar calendar and is celebrated in the month of March/ April and September/October.

    The celebrations for th.. Show more

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  • More Young and Compact Radio Galaxies
    18 Mar 17

    It has been found by a team of researchers that the number of young and compact radio galaxies doubled.  These radio galaxies are powered by new and energized black holes. The new numbers will help astronomers to know the relationship between size of these radio sources and their age. Also, .. Show more

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  • Ancient Strategies for Hunting
    17 Mar 17

    A unique trove of bone material has revealed that surprisingly sophisticated hunting strategies were used at that time. One key find was that the early Mesolithic humans practiced a very selective hunting strategy. The strategy helped them maximize gain and preserve the local population of certai.. Show more

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  • Relation between Foraging and Relocation in Modern Hunters
    16 Mar 17

    The Batek are modern hunter-gatherers who live nomadically in Peninsular Malaysia. The Batek society has been studied by researchers to understand the phenomenon and the relation between relocation and foraging. Foraging means to search widely for food or other important provisions.

    In th.. Show more

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  • Parent Training Program to Reduce ADHD Behavioural Issues
    15 Mar 17

    Researchers of Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have recently adapted a parent training program. It was organized for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The program will be used with families in Japan, where ADHD-specific behavioura.. Show more

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  • Qualities of a Great Leader: A New Study
    14 Mar 17

    There are many qualities in a leader which lead to a productive and well – lead team. A new study revealed that confidence is the key component to be a successful leader. This study is done by Dina Krasikova, assistant professor of Management at The University of Texas at San Antonio. She i.. Show more

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  • Math: Explaining Our Body Structure and Diseases
    13 Mar 17

    The incredible complexity of how biological systems interact to create tissue from the information contained in genes boggles the mind. It significantly drives the work of biomedical scientists around the world. Now, mathematicians have introduced a new way of thinking about these concepts that m.. Show more

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  • Shigmo: A Goan Spring Festival
    12 Mar 17

    Shigmo is a festival of dance, music, lights, colours and float parades. It is the most popular festival of Goa. It falls in the month of Falgun (according to the Hindu calendar) which is usually in the month of March. The festival begins on the 9th moon day (the start of Holi) .. Show more

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  • Changes: Ultra-Fast Black Hole 'Burp'
    11 Mar 17

    Scientists have made the most detailed observation till date of a black hole outflow from the active galaxy IRAS 13224-3809. The outflow's temperature changed on time scales of less than an hour -- hundreds of times faster than ever seen before. The rapid fluctuations in the outflow's temperature.. Show more

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  • Recent Discovery Hints New Pollination Method
    10 Mar 17

    The only known specimen of a beetle, named Darwinylus marcosi, which died in a sticky gob around 105 million years ago, was discovered. It is being said that the beetle mi9ght have thrashed its body before drowning. This thrashing threw more than 100 pollens awa.. Show more

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  • Ancient Cultural Records: A Boon to Science
    09 Mar 17

    Scientists at the University of York and University College Cork have investigated how science can use the cultural records to use woodland areas. The environmental data collected by researchers gives an insight of woodland management systems that can be used by communities living near such areas.. Show more

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  • Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells can Help Treat Glaucoma
    08 Mar 17

    Years of research for finding treatment of glaucoma may be finally beginning to pay off. Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that damages the optic nerve (the nerve that connects eye to the brain) and causes gradual vision loss.

    Lab tests have been conducted on adult stem cells from the b.. Show more

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  • Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells can Help Treat Glaucoma
    08 Mar 17

    Years of research for finding treatment of glaucoma may be finally beginning to pay off. Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that damages the optic nerve (the nerve that connects eye to the brain) and causes gradual vision loss.

    Lab tests have been conducted on adult stem cells from the b.. Show more

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  • View 3D Data on Any Device with Instant 3D Hub
    07 Mar 17

    A researcher has developed software, named instant 3D Hub, which allows viewing 3D data on all kinds of devices. This software would enable technicians, engineers and architects to use spatial designs on their own devices. They could inspect industrial plants or digital buildings, etc. in real ti.. Show more

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  • Maghi Purnima: The Bathing Festival
    05 Mar 17

    Maghi Purnima marks the full moon day and the conclusion of the month of Magh. According to the Hindu calendar, Magh is one of the most sacred months. In the beginning of this month, the sun sets on its northern path. Purnima or full moon day holds a lot of significance in Hindu legends. It is co.. Show more

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  • HABITANLE ZONE EXOPLANETS DISCOVERED
    04 Mar 17

    NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has discovered a system of seven Earth-size planets surrounding a single star. Liquid water could be present in all the seven planets. But the chances are the highest in three of these planets situated in the habitable zone, the region around the parent star w.. Show more

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  • Archeologists Found 1200 Years Old Treasures in an Arab Cargo Ship
    03 Mar 17

    The researchers are analyzing the findings which were discovered in 1998 by the commercial sea cucumber divers at the coast of Indonesia. The past findings had revealed the 1200 years old Arab shipwreck packed with porcelain that san.. Show more

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  • Toy Boat Surfaces in Ørland Dig
    02 Mar 17

    Archaeologists have found a carefully-carved wooden toy boat in an old well at the Ørland Main Air Station dig in Norway. According to the Norwegian University of Science and Technology's (NTNU) University Museum’s archaeologist, this toy boat tells about the life of the people who l.. Show more

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  • Establishing a Bond with Grandparents Is Great For Children
    01 Mar 17

    According to a research conducted by the American Psychological Association showed that many children view their grandparent as a best friend. Moreover, having a grandparent around to talk to wh.. Show more

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  • VIOLIN PLAYING BENEFITS IN CHILDREN, TEENS AND ADULTS
    28 Feb 17

    The mental, physical and social benefits of playing musical instruments are widely known. But, a recent research reveals more surprising benefits offered by learning violin.

    Young children who got violin training for at least one year had numerous benefits including better overall mental .. Show more

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  • Stretchable, Foldable Electronic Devices Can Soon be a Reality
    27 Feb 17

    Engineering researchers have developed a stretchable smart fabric that can be produced on a standard printer. This amazing stretchable electronic fabric can be folded and put in one's pocket without breaking.

    This fabric can be used to create ultra-thin smart tablets that can be easily sh.. Show more

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  • Significance of Indian Traditional Festival, Chhath Puja
    26 Feb 17

    India is well known all over the world as a country of cultural and traditional festivals. The festival of Chhath is known as a part of Indian religious belief as per the Indian history.

    Chhath is dedicated to the Sun and his.. Show more

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  • Windows to Save Solar Energy
    25 Feb 17

    With the growing need to find clean, renewable sources of energy, the new technology of energy-saving windows is a huge breakthrough. Researchers have developed windows, called photovoltaic windows that can store solar energy in cells.

    This has been made possible by embedding silicon nano.. Show more

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  • Responsible Factors for Human Bond
    24 Feb 17

    The scientists have found that it is dopamine responsible for the human bond. The scientists have claimed that this study as one of its kind. The researchers analyzed the brain’s reward system into our understanding of how we form human attachments. The results have important implications f.. Show more

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  • How Early Humans Inhabited the New World
    23 Feb 17

    Linguistic anthropologists from the University of Virginia are revealing the mystery of ancient humans. With the help of a latest technology the scientists are searching about when and how early humans occupied t.. Show more

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  • Stress and Boredom are the Main Culprits for Nail-Biting
    22 Feb 17

    The scientists have revealed that biting fingernails is a habit that often starts in childhood. After a study, the scientists found that 60% of children and 45% of teenagers bite their nails. This habit becomes less common after the age of 18, however, can continue into adulthood, said the expert.. Show more

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  • CONNECTING WITH NATURE ENHANCES WORKPLACE CREATIVITY
    21 Feb 17

    Maintaining a work-life balance is an important challenge faced by those in the fast-paced corporate life. The modern work environment which surrounds us with flatscreens, smartphones, computers and laptops helps us communicate better and work more efficiently. But it also has different negative .. Show more

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  • Automated Planners for Better Strategies
    20 Feb 17

    Researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory are trying to improve automated planners by giving them the benefit of human instincts. The scientist have added this intuition while considering that even the best planning algorithms still aren't as effective as huma.. Show more

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  • THE BIHU FESTIVAL OF ASSAM
    19 Feb 17

    Bihu, the National Festival of Assam, is celebrated thrice every year. Assam locals celebrate it cheerfully irrespective of beliefs, caste and creed. The Bihu which falls in the middle of April is called the Bohaag Bihu; the one in the middle of January is called the Maagh; and the final one in t.. Show more

  • GAIA’S UNIQUE DISCOVERY
    18 Feb 17

    Scientists have been waiting eagerly for the past 15 years to get information from Gaia. Gaia is European Space Agency’s space observatory. Its angular resolution is like that of the Hubble Space Telescope, but it offers a wider view which covers the entire sky.

    Further, it has the .. Show more

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  • COMBINED ARCAEOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED AT MADINAT AL-ZAHRA
    17 Feb 17

    The Madinat al-Zahra is a medieval palace city built in the mid-10th century, and vacated in the 11th. It displayed the power and prestige of the Islamic reign in Iberia.

    Researchers from the Bournemouth University are now exploring this iconic city located in Southe.. Show more

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  • Origin of Gills is Much Deeper than Previously Believed
    16 Feb 17

    Scientists have revealed that the origin of gills evolution is older than it previously though. According to a study conducted by the researchers, gills develop from the same embryonic tissue in both jawed and jawless vertebrates.

    The term vertebrates is commonly used for an animal of a l.. Show more

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  • DO YOU KNOW WHAT COMPULSIVE EXERCISING IS?
    15 Feb 17

    Compulsive exercise refers to the mind frame of an exercise addict. That person no longer desires to exercise but feels forced to do so.

    The recommended workout duration for children and teens is at least 60 minutes of physical activity on most days of the week. Taking good health into co.. Show more

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  • Social Class: Informs Cultural Attitudes of People
    14 Feb 17

    A new study by the scientists showed that musical taste is not connected to class. However, class filters into specific likes and dislikes. The study is led by Gerry Veenstra, an author and professor at UBC's Department of Sociology. Veenstra himself is partial to easy listening, musical theatre .. Show more

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  • STOMACH ACID POWERED SENSOR AND DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS
    13 Feb 17

    Researchers have constructed and demonstrated a small voltaic cell which is sustained by stomach acids. This ingestible cell can generate sufficient power to run small drug delivery devices or small sensors which can dwell in the gastrointestinal tract for a long time.

    This offers a longe.. Show more

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  • THE LOSAR FESTIVAL OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH
    12 Feb 17

    The Losar festival or Monpa festival is an important festival of the Monpa tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. It is celebrated as the Tibetan New Year. The celebration lasts for 15 days, but the initial 3 days are the most important ones. Every year, the date and location of this festival is changed. Show more

  • Researchers Re-Discovers the History of Mars
    11 Feb 17

    The scientists are researching the reasons behind the changes on Mars’ environment. As per the old collected evidence by the scientists that rivers periodically flowed across the Mars’ surface. However, the scientists have predicted that Mars should have been too cold to support liqui.. Show more

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  • AFRICAN LAKE RESEMBLES OCEANS OF PROTEROZOIC EON
    10 Feb 17

    A new research conducted by the University of British Columbia has discovered an African lake which has chemistry similar to the Proterozoic eon.

    During this period between one and two billion years ago, the nitrogen concentration in ocean was high. This was when the first emergence of mu.. Show more

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  • THE LARGEST FOSSILIZED OTTER SPECIES DISCOVERED
    09 Feb 17

    A paper on the discovery of one of the largest otter species ever found has been published in the Journal of Systematic Paleontology.

    This species aged 6.24 million years old has been discovered at Shuitangba, Southwestern China. This discovery represents leading-edge research into.. Show more

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  • Expert’s Ways to Face and Fight Bullies
    08 Feb 17

    As per a global research over 3.2 million of children have been bullied within the past year. However, experts have suggested the best ways to parents, to find out the issues from the very first stage. The experts have suggested that there are some scientifically proven methods to improve the sit.. Show more

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  • Art Improves Children’s Creative and Cognitive Skills
    07 Feb 17

    According to a research, children go through ‘developmental stages in art’ that help them to improve practical skills and explore their creativity.

    During the developmental stages of arts, children between the ages of four and seven, create drawings that depict what they find .. Show more

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  • Key Elements of Quantum Internet
    06 Feb 17

    A new device has been constructed by the team of scientists, this device is efficient converter capable to amend the quantum properties of individual photons. This newly constructed device will be able to assist the creation of complex quantum computers. This device will become the most vital ele.. Show more

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  • Ugadi: Festival of Prayers and Colors
    04 Feb 17

    Ugadi also known as Yugadi is an Indian festival which is mainly celebrated in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Maharashtra. The name Ugadi is derived by combining of two Sanskrit words such as ‘yuga’-age and ‘adi’-beginning that describes th.. Show more

  • Flights Can Be Tracked Worldwide by NASA’s Space Radio System
    04 Feb 17

    Scientists from NASA have created a space radio that can track flights all over the world. This new tracking system can make travel safer and is also capable to track quickly in case of mishaps.

    The scientists have designed the system in such a way that its network allows us the data such.. Show more

  • EARLIEST KNOWN PREHISTORIC HUMAN ANCESTOR IDENTIFIED
    03 Feb 17

    Researchers from the University of Cambridge have discovered evidence of what they think is the earliest known prehistoric human ancestors. It is a baglike microscopic sea creature found from the fossils in China dating back to some 540 million years before.

    This specimen called Saccor.. Show more

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  • JUNK DNA- NO MORE JUNK
    02 Feb 17

    Retroviruses are a group of viruses some of which are dangerous while others are harmless.  Some retroviruses exist incorporated in the human genome for millions of years.

    A group of these viruses referred to as endogenous retroviruses (ERV) have been studied in the current research .. Show more

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  • TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL DEVLEOPMENT INFLUENCES STUDENT’S ACADEMIC WRITING
    01 Feb 17

    A two-year study by the University of California, Irvine, has detected a relationship between teacher’s professional development and English learners’ (grades 7-12) academic writing improvements. Pathway Project is a 46 hours training provided in “cognitive strategies” ins.. Show more

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  • Personality Is Linked To Brain’s Structure
    31 Jan 17

    A new study published in the Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience journal says that the shape of our brains partly determines our personality. Psychologists classify human personality into 5 big groups. These include neuroticism, extraversion (a measure of enthusiasm), agreeableness.. Show more

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  • New Magnetic Material can Repel Icy Surface
    30 Jan 17

    Scientists at the University of Houston, US have created a new smart material that can de-ice any surface. The scientists explained that this new device can fight deadly icy conditions. Additionally, the device can work in various situations such as bad weather due to a heavy storm.

    One s.. Show more

  • Scientists Found 400-Years- Old Prosthesis Teeth in Italian Burial
    27 Jan 17

    During excavating a monastery in the Tuscan town of Lucca archaeologists dug out a unique 400-year-old dental prosthesis which appears to predate modern tooth bridges.

    The finding contains five teeth out of which two lateral canines aligned in a.. Show more

  • Individual Education Programs Helps Students with Chronic Illness
    25 Jan 17

    Education experts have come up with an idea to help students with serious illness. As child’s heath is the first priority, education is equally important for a child, say the experts.

    The experts have introduced Individual Ed.. Show more

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  • GIRLS ARE BETTER AT READING THAN BOYS
    24 Jan 17

    In school, girls tend to be better than boys at reading tests. This holds true across all age groups and in all nations. But, abruptly there is no difference in the reading skills between males and females when they become young adults.

    Reading tests measure whether students can draw info.. Show more

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  • PATIENT’S HEARTBEAT TO SECURE PERSONAL HEALTH RECORDS
    23 Jan 17

    Scientists at Binghamton University, State University of New York, have designed a new method to secure personal electronic health records utilizing a patient’s heartbeat.

    Traditional security methods like encryption and cryptology are complex, time-consuming and expensive. The rese.. Show more

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  • PLUTO’S MOON PROTECTS ITS ATMOSPHERE
    21 Jan 17

    In our solar system, Pluto has one of the most unusual interactions with its moon, Charon. Charon is located just 12000 miles away from Pluto! Further, it is more than half of Pluto’s diameter. Simply visualize our moon as large as Mars, and thrice closer to Earth!

    A recent study at.. Show more

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  • Geological History of India Re-examined
    20 Jan 17

    According to the scientists, India harbours many unique species of flora and fauna that only occur in this form on the subcontinent. Additionally, India slowly drifted a.. Show more

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  • People Who Provide Support to Others Live Long
    19 Jan 17

    According to a new study, grandparents who often help out with childcare live longer than those who do not. The study has been done by the researchers from Berlin, Germany. The researchers said having full-time custody of grandchildren can have a positive effect on health. However, infrequent hel.. Show more

  • PARENTS, TAKE THE TIME!
    18 Jan 17

    The National Parenting Support Commission (NPSC) developed a parenting assessment tool to which is proving that poor parenting is responsible for numerous behavioral problems in children. Dr. Patrece Charles Freeman, NPSC’s executive director said that as per the data, many parents "are not.. Show more

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  • Scientists Analyses Creativity and Common Pattern in Ideas
    17 Jan 17

    Researchers from the Columbia Business School are trying to find out the root of creative ideas. The scientists aimed their research on the concept that ideas are measured as more c.. Show more

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  • VIRTUAL REALITY TECHNOLOGY SIGNIFICANTLY ENHANCE LEARNING
    16 Jan 17

    The virtual and augmented reality technology is designed and used specifically for education contexts. It helps teachers to create three-dimensional individual and interactive environments for their students. Study shows that this has enhanced the learning and understanding levels of students in .. Show more

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  • PRESENT CHANGES THE PAST- QUANTUM EXPERIEMENT RESULTS
    13 Jan 17

    “Time” is a weird concept, and the world of quantum physics is even weirder. Numerous observed phenomena oppose our logical understanding. This fact is well illustrated by the classic double-slit experiment used to investigate the role of consciousness in affecting/shaping physical re.. Show more

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  • Streams Are Vanishing Due To Nutrient Pollution
    12 Jan 17

    A team of scientists from the University of Georgia Ecologists have reported nutrient pollution is the real reason behind the damages of streams. The scientists said nutrient pollution causes a significant loss of forest-derived carbon from stream ecosystems. The loss of carbon affects the stream.. Show more

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  • BUILDING YOUR CHILD’S VOCABULARY
    11 Jan 17

    Nell Duke, professor at the University of Michigan Education, discusses some ways by which parents can build their child’s vocabulary. He recommends you to teach no more than 5 unfamiliar words each week; and repeatedly use those in your day-to-day conversation.

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  • Creativity and Its Genetic Roots
    10 Jan 17

    Scientists at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London have done a study on the people’s behavior. As per the study, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder share genetic factors with creativity. The scientists suggested that genes linked to cre.. Show more

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  • BIRDING GEAR REQUIREMENT FOR BEGINNERS
    09 Jan 17

    A few people love birding. If you are one among these, here is a short beginner’s guide on the birding gear you would need. Dr.Parvish Pandya, Associate Professor of Zoology and Vice-Principal, Bhavan’s College, Mumbai says that your safety and that of birds is very important than buy.. Show more

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  • TOOTH EVIDENCES FOR RETRACTING HUMAN ORIGIN
    07 Jan 17

    For retracing the birthplace of humans and animals in Central America, Ashley Sharpe, a doctoral student from the University of Florida, has used dinosaur craters and prehistoric tooth evidences. His study has been published in the November issue of PLOS ONE.

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  • NASA Scientists Captured Images of Bizarre Trough on Mars
    06 Jan 17

    Scientists from NASA have captured rare pictures of growing spiders on the red planet. The image has been captured by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) that shows small, erosion-carved cracks in Red Planet sand dunes.

    The scientists have suggested.. Show more

  • First Ordinary Selection Study on Arctic Inuit by Scientists
    05 Jan 17

    For the very first time a team of scientists by Fernando Racimo, Rasmus Nielsen et al. have done a study on Arctic Inuit. On the basis of this study the scientists will be able to track the adaptation of Americans. For successful results, the scientists have used old genomic data from nearly 200 .. Show more

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  • Youngsters too Need Parental Supervision and Guidance
    04 Jan 17

    The experts have advised that it is important for parents to provide an effective guidance and support to their children. Many changes occur within the family when the child grows towards adolescence. The child becomes more independent and well as responsible. Additionally with responsibilities t.. Show more

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  • Gesturing Can Positively Impact Children’s Creativity
    03 Jan 17

    The scientists have suggested that the children’s habit of gesturing can improve their creativity. Not only this, the scientists have advised that encouraging children to use gestures can help them to use creative ideas. Psychological scientist Elizabeth Kirk of the Show more

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  • Huge Sea Floor Mounds Triggers Earthquakes
    02 Jan 17

    The scientists from the Utrecht University have discovered that the irregularity on the ocean floors can cause a quick slip of the tectonic plate which can trigger powerful earthquake.

    For the very first time the scientists have revealed a 180-million-years-old rock in New Zealand. The fi.. Show more

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  • Measuring Device That Can Sense Magnetic Field Strength
    30 Dec 16

    Scientists from the Institutes for Biomedical engineering with ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich successfully created a method .. Show more

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  • Astronomers Observed Newly Formed Stars
    31 Dec 16

    With the help of ALMA (Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimetre Array) observatory, the scientists have observed a newly formed solar system.

    Scientists from the Niels Bohr Institute have named this star ‘protostar’. Additionally, the scientists have also found strong consequenc.. Show more

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  • Archeologists revealed the facts of Paleo Diet
    29 Dec 16

    A team of Archaeologists have currently discovered a collection of 780,000-year-old edible plants in Israel on the shoreline of Lake Hula in the nor.. Show more

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  • Sharing Can Be a Critical Skill in Children
    28 Dec 16

    Most of the experts have analyzed that it is difficult for children to understand the concept of "mine" and "yours" until they are 3 years old. Moreover, teaching children about the ‘art of sharing’ can be a hard task for parents too. However, there are several ways that can help the .. Show more

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  • LONG-HELD THEORY FOUND UNTRUE AMONG MORMONS
    27 Dec 16

    It has been long-established that in a family with more siblings, it is likely that the children receive less years of education. A new study by a research team led by Ben Gibbs, BYU Sociology professor, has detected that there are exceptions to this pattern. A major deviation is the.. Show more

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  • New Speech Recognition System to Convert Speech
    26 Dec 16

    The scientists have successfully developed a speech reorganization system that can convert speech to text on cell phones. The scientists have explained it as a result of machine learning.

    The scientists have developed this method by keeping the cost and time consuming transcribing recordi.. Show more

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  • JERSEY- AN IMPORTANT TOURIST DESTINATION FOR NEANDERTHALS
    23 Dec 16

    Neanderthals are ancient men who were closely related to modern humans. About 40,000 years ago, they became extinct.

    New research by the archaeologists from the University of Southampton has found that Neanderthals kept visiting a coastal cave site in Jersey from about 180,000 years ago t.. Show more

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  • Affects Of Evolution on Humans and Society
    22 Dec 16

    Analysts from the McGill University have done a research on the affect of evolution on humans and how humans influence the evolution of other species. As per the researchers, the changing effects of the evolution have happened more quickly than it was thought a few decades ago.

    All the ti.. Show more

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  • 4 TIPS TO IMPROVE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP
    21 Dec 16

    Here are four crucial guidelines to resolve conflict and improve relationship with your child.

    1. Avoid the conflict: Before tension builds up in your head and you want to shout it out, decide yourself that a conflict is unnecessary. Take a deep breath and visualize yourself an hour from .. Show more

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  • HOW TO NURTURE GRANDPARENT-GRANDCHILD RELATIONSHIP?
    20 Dec 16

    Patricia Babuka, the CEO and co-founder of GrandCamp Adventures explains the benefits of establishing grandchildren-grandparents connections at a young age. She says that mostly grandparents are a child’s strongest bond to family heritage. She also explains how this relationship can be nurt.. Show more

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  • Report on Standards for Data Allocation and Code Used In Reproducibility
    19 Dec 16

    Experts from computational methods and reproducibility have come up with methods through which researchers, institutions, agencies and journal publishers can work together. Through this new method, experts from different fields can standardize sharing of data sets and software code. The experts s.. Show more

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  • Galaxy Undergoing a Burst of a New Star
    17 Dec 16

    Astronomers from the University of Florida have found the huge star burst inside the galaxy. The scientists said the Galaxy known as SPT 0346‐52 is 12.7 billion light years from Earth is undergoing through the critical condition. For the research, the scientists used NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observat.. Show more

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  • Queen Nefertari’s Mummified Legs Revealed by Archeologists
    16 Dec 16

    A team of archeologists from University of York's Department of Archaeology have identified the remains of Egypt's most legendary Queen. The archeologists used radiocarbon dating, anthropology, palaeopathology, genetics and chemical examination to recognize the newly found rema.. Show more

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  • Middle Class Families Perform Better In Creative Field
    15 Dec 16

    A recent study has revealed that middle class people are more efficient in creative fields such as music, paint as well as acting. The scientists have done a study on over 78,000 people and found that creativity is not linked with high status. Additionally, it is the level of education that devel.. Show more

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  • Connection between Healthy Eating Habits and Healthy Choices
    14 Dec 16

    The nutritionists have suggested that healthy eating habits can develop a habit of healthy choices in children. As per a study, inspiring kids to have a nutritious and balanced meal can provide right vitamins and other benefits to children. Children can learn what to eat and what not through the .. Show more

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  • Positive Parenting Can Have Lasting Benefits on Children
    13 Dec 16

    As per the experts, it is important for parents to develop a good behavior in children during their formative years. Children have a good adaptation power during their shaping years. The experts have defined positive parenting as a technique that has proven successful. Parenting is divided into t.. Show more

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  • FACTORS INVOLVED IN DROUGHT-TOLERANT SPECIES RECOVERED
    12 Dec 16

    The Sahel region south of the Sahara desert experienced devastating droughts in the 70s and 80s. These had disastrous consequences on the vegetation here. Research shows that the vegetation here has recovered recently. Surprisingly, the vegetation has become greener and dominant with the drought .. Show more

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  • Thomas Edison’s Keys, Light bulbs Sold For $60,000 At Auction
    09 Dec 16

    An auction run by Heritage Auctions, Dallas, has sold the Keys to the New Jersey lab and some of the light bulbs perfected by Thomas Edison for over $60,000. The auction happened in Dallas where the keys sold for $10,625. Along with the keys, the bulb created by a German inventor was sold for $23.. Show more

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  • IRREPARABLE BONE DAMAGE IN OBESE TEENAGERS
    08 Dec 16

    Obesity in adolescence and childhood causes a lot of health risks including diabetes and cardiovascular disease. A new study to be presented in the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)’s annual meeting says that obese teenagers may be permanently damaging their bones.

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  • BLUE WHALE HOTSPOTS MAPPING TOOL FOR SHIPS
    07 Dec 16

    For a long time now, scientists have used satellite tags to locate the mammoth blue whales along the West Coast. This they did by studying how these animals find enough small krill to fill their massive stomachs. Now an advanced tool has been developed for this.

    A system called WhaleWatch.. Show more

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  • Researchers Found Old Mummy near Southern Egypt
    06 Dec 16

    Archaeologists from Spain have found a millennia-old mummy near the southern Egyptian town of Luxor. As per the researchers, the mummy has been found in a good condition and it was well preserved. The mummy had been covered with linen stuck together with plaster. The researchers have observed tha.. Show more

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  • A WORRISOME TREND IN HEADACHE PAIN IN CHILDREN
    05 Dec 16

    A new research to be presented at the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) 2016 National Conference & Exhibition to be held in San Francisco reveals an increase in the number of child patients being presented with headaches at the pediatric emergency department.

    The research team from.. Show more

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  • HIGH GENETIC DIVERSITY IN CORALS FAVORING SURVIVAL
    03 Dec 16

    The researchers at the STRI (Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute), and Naos Molecular and Marine Laboratories gathered ancient coral reef fossils and determined their ages by using high-resolution geologic dating methods. The coral species fossilized at different points of time were compared... Show more

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  • CREATIVE ACTIVITIES PROMOTE WELLBEING AND CREATIVITY IN YOUNG ADULTS
    02 Dec 16

    A new research from the Department of Psychology, University of Otago, New Zealand suggests that involving in creative activities may cause an increased sense of wellbeing and creativity in young adults. This conclusion was the result of studying 658 university students over a period of 13 .. Show more

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  • Solar Power Could Be Produced With Tin
    01 Dec 16

    The researchers from the University of Warwick have developed the solar power that is cheaper than what we think. The reason behind these cheap solar powers is the newly produced technique. The scientists have confirmed that solar cells could be formed with tin, making them more flexible and simp.. Show more

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  • THE ALMOST PERFECT SPHERE EVER OBSERVED IN NATURE IS A FARAWAY STAR
    30 Nov 16

    The star Kepler 11145123 has been found to be the roundest natural object ever measured in the entire universe. It is located at a distance of 5,000 light-years from the earth; and is significantly rounder than the sun, says the study.

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  • Archaeologists Found 5,600-Year-Old Spiritual Place
    29 Nov 16

    The researchers have discovered a prehistoric center near Britain’s prehistoric temple Stonehenge. The finding can change our perspective of the early development of Stonehenge’s ancient landscape, said the archeologists. The researchers said that the place.. Show more

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  • Policemen Turn Teachers In The Evening Schools In Bihar
    28 Nov 16

    Policemen in Purnia, Bihar, teach at the “Sham Ki Pathshala” (evening schools) after their duty hours. They have been setting a novel example by imparting basic education to the kids and adults at the remote villages in this region. Nishant Tiwari, Superintendent of Police; Upendra Si.. Show more

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  • Scientists Discovered a Lake under a Volcano
    25 Nov 16

    A huge lake has been found by scientists from the University of Bristol. The amalgamation of scientists from different universities such as Germany, France, Canada and Wales, have revealed a huge magnetic lake.

    As per the scientists’ claimed this is the biggest fresh water lake ever.. Show more

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  • Complex Structures inside Bird’s Beak
    24 Nov 16

    A new research has shown that the bird’s beak’s internal structure is complex and intended to help cool birds in warm climates. The scientists from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Cornell University and the National Museum of Natural History gathered to make the research .. Show more

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  • Much Awaited Nano Robot Is Here
    23 Nov 16

    The researchers led by Jinyao Tang from the University of Hong Kong have developed a nano robot that can help surgeons to prevent tumors. The researchers have claimed that this is the World first light-seeking synthetic nano robot that can work as a helping hand for surgeons. As per the scientist.. Show more

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  • Social Networking Platform Wants Your Account Safe
    22 Nov 16

    Nowadays many times it happens that when you log in to your account and Facebook asks you to re-think a password for your account. The experts said this procedure happens because the social media platform wants your account to be safe. The Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos state.. Show more

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  • ‘Stick Factor’ of Melodies That Stuck in Our Brain
    21 Nov 16

    A scientist from Durham University has found some interesting factor of songs that stick in our brains easily. Have you realized why some songs stuck in our head? The scientists said some melodies are known as ea.. Show more

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  • Soft and Stretchable Electronics Tattoos for Humans
    19 Nov 16

    The scientists have discovered a new method that allows people to print tattoos at home. The scientists have claimed that they have used very less amount of money on the technique that has been created within 1 hour. Not only this, the “data skin” technique is fully functional, said t.. Show more

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  • In Search Of Tinny Undiscovered Moonlets
    18 Nov 16

    The scientists from the University of Idaho have recommended that there could be two small moonlets revolving near two of the planet's rings. The scientists said that these tiny moonlets were undiscovered earlier. The scientists have examined the images of Uranus' icy rings taken by Voyager 2 in .. Show more

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  • Effect of Human Noise on Animals
    17 Nov 16

    The researchers from the University of Bristol in England have discovered the impact of human-made sounds on animals. The study showed an animal’s use of information by tracking them at fatal risk of being thrust by predators. As per the scientists, sometimes the human-made noises can cause.. Show more

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  • Yoga is Beneficial For Spinal Flexibility
    16 Nov 16

    A study says yoga is an effective tool for astronauts to fight spinal stiffness. As astronauts go for extensive missions in space, they can suffer from stiffness. As per the research, the Yoga technique can help to reduce the mobility issues.

    The experts say, space travel may lead to atro.. Show more

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  • Wearable Robot Improves Step Rehabilitation
    15 Nov 16

    The scientists from Beihang University in China and Aalborg University in Denmark have developed a helpful technology for paralytic patients. The researchers have designed the robot and named it a lower-limb robot exoskeleton. The researchers explained that this robot is wearable and look like a .. Show more

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  • Diabetes can be measured By Contact Lenses
    14 Nov 16

    The researchers from Oregon State University (OSU) in the US have created a transparent sensor in the contact lenses. With the help of this sensor, soon diabetics will be able to measure their blood sugar.

    The scientists explained nano-structured transistor is a formless indium gallium ox.. Show more

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  • A Technology to Stop Train Accidents
    11 Nov 16

    Engineers from IIT- Kharagpur have developed a new tool that can stop the chances of train accidents. This newly made tool for electronic railway interlocking system is successfully tested by the engineers. Because of this invention, soon the train journey will be much safer, said the developers... Show more

  • Landscape Hotspots on Instagram
    10 Nov 16

    As per the new study, social media tools such as Instagram, Flickr and Panoramio can measure people’s opinion. The researchers have found that people can save landscapes by clicking and posting pictures and stop the effects of urbanization on them.

    A study has been conducted by the .. Show more

  • 'Sleepcoacher’ For People to Track Sleep
    09 Nov 16

    Are you not aware about how much you should sleep to get recharged for the next morning? Here scientists have come up with an idea which can help you to get a good sleep. The researchers from Brown University computer scientists and clinical psychologists have made a sleep friendly app. The scien.. Show more

  • Extroverts Rejoice! Study Considers Extrovert as Team Players
    08 Nov 16

    A new study has found that extrovert people can be highly effective leaders. The scientists say that extroverts work efficiently in a team by providing their team members with a productive direction. Additionally, the extrovert leaders bring the vision assertiveness, energy, and necessary network.. Show more

  • Pollution Alert! Infants Living in Metro Cities Inhales Polluted Air
    07 Nov 16

    Experts have found that children from big cities faced more allergic ailments.  According to the experts, metro cities such as Delhi have a huge level of pollution. Urban pollution such as air pollution might be the reason behind the allergic ailments in kids as per the health experts. Studi.. Show more

  • Christopher Marlowe Credited As Co-Author with Shakespeare
    05 Nov 16

    As per the Oxford University Press' new edition, William Shakespeare’s work will credit Christopher Marlowe. According to the reports, Christopher Marlowe will be credited as co-author of the three Henry VI plays. The decision has been made after focusing the light on the playwright that co.. Show more

  • Afghan Hound Dog an Internet Sensation
    04 Nov 16

    Afghan hound dog named as Tea, has become the new internet uproar thanks to her long dark locks. Five years old Tea has grabbed all the internet-attention through her photogenic look. Tea, who has dignified poise and a withering look, has considered the world prettiest dog.

    According to t.. Show more

  • A Clear Map of Milky Way
    03 Nov 16

    A team of scientists from Australia and Germany have created a detailed map of the Milky Way. The world's largest radio telescopes that were fully steerable have been used for this project as per the scientists. According to the claim, this newly created map is the most sensitive and detailed vie.. Show more

  • Europe Ate Rodents as Snacks!
    02 Nov 16

    According to a new study, Europeans likely to ate rodents as snacks. As per the study, mice and vole were not measured mere pest in ancient European society. The archaeologists have suggested that 5000 years ago used to munch these pests as a source of nutrition.

    Researchers went through .. Show more

  • Newly Made Building Can Sense Internal Damages
    01 Nov 16

    The researchers at MIT have developed a model that can sense vibrations and manage itself from internal damage. According to the scientists, this newly developed building can tackle the earthquake. After an event like an earthquake, the changes can be seen in its features, added the scientists. T.. Show more

  • Innovation Challenge That Reduce Pollution
    27 Oct 16

    Delhi has got 3 winners, who won the challenge conducted by the University of Chicago and the Delhi government. ‘Urban Labs Innovation Challenge: Delhi’ was unique an.. Show more

  • Innovative Smartphone Labs
    26 Oct 16

    The researchers from Washington State University have developed a low-cost handy lab on a smartphone that can sense symptoms of cancer. The scientists are planning to translate bio detection technologies used in laboratories to the ground and clinic.

    Through this new development, patients.. Show more

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  • Zero Link Between Calories Intake and Appetite
    25 Oct 16

    The scientists find no link between calories and appetite. As per the research, the scientists have found that there can be an urge for energy intake after a wholesome meal. The researchers have added that the food promised as having an appetite- improving properties does not change our calorie i.. Show more

  • Scientists Found Cloud Existence on Pluto
    24 Oct 16

    Recently the scientists have noticed some clouds on Pluto. The research was led by Alan Stern from Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. Some images have been captured by the scientists that prove the discovery. The pictures were taken through the dwarf planet system by the scientist.. Show more

  • Dark Chocolate Can Fight Heart Disease
    22 Oct 16

    A new study has come up with good news for chocoholics. According to the researchers cocoa products can prevent cardiovascular problems. A methodical as well as ‘meta’ analysis of 19 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) has been done by the scientists. According to the scientists the s.. Show more

  • Taj Is Fading Due To Municipal Waste
    21 Oct 16

    Indo American researchers have brought the light on the issue of discolored Taj Mahal. A research by a group of scientists has found the real reasons from which the World Heritage monument is getting faded with each passing day.

    According to the researchers Taj is getting faded because of.. Show more

  • Last Fighter of Azad Hind Fauj
    20 Oct 16

    Deniel Kale, the last solder or a witness of ‘Azad Hind Fauj’ died peacefully in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. Daniel kale took his last breath at a health center where he was admitted because of his deteriorating health. A Long time illness has been considered the reason behind the death of.. Show more

  • People With Autism Make Strategic Decisions
    19 Oct 16

    A study has proved that people with autism take more logical decisions. According to the researchers non-autistic people use emotions while making any decision. It can be said that people make decisions according to their way of choice frame. According to the scientists people who are good at mon.. Show more

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  • Apple Ipad App for Astronauts
    18 Oct 16

    The International Space Station Food Intake Tracker (ISS FIT) iPad app has been created by the scientists. According to the claim this app can keep a check on the dietary intake of astronauts. Along with the tracking dietary intake this app also helps by providing vast insight for researchers and.. Show more

  • An Ocean behind Saturn’s Third Moon
    17 Oct 16

    NASA’s Cassini mission has revealed the nature of ‘Dione’. Dione is known as Saturn’s third moon. According to the discovery, ‘Dione’ has joined the list of watery bodies in the Earth’s solar system. Cassini mission has also analyzed the distance of Satur.. Show more

  • Humans’ Maximum Age Revealed
    15 Oct 16

    A research has discovered a maximum age-span of humans. According to an analysis on populace and humanity the analysts have come to know that humans have reached at its longevity vault. The information was collected by the researchers, with the help of a compiled data of over 40 countries. The an.. Show more

  • Mystery Revealed Behind Use of Ancient Artifacts
    14 Oct 16

    A team of archaeologists and psychologists have explained how the artifacts were being used by ancient humans. The study was focused on clearing the archaeological mystery. According to the researchers earlier there was a belief that stones were being used as tool. On the other hand some used to .. Show more

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  • Glowworm Caves Becomes Tourists Attraction
    13 Oct 16

    Glow worm caves which are exclusively found in New Zealand are among the main tourists attraction. New Zealand is known for the population of glowworms, Show more

  • 30% Indian Kids Live in Severe Conditions
    12 Oct 16

    A data by Unicef and World Bank group have shown that 30 percent extreme poor kids reside in India. According to the analysts the 385 million children are living in severe condition worldwide, out of which 36% resides in South Asia.

     

    During the campaign of ‘Ending Extr.. Show more

  • Dance Benefits: Shake Your Legs Kids!!
    10 Oct 16

    With a growing trend more and more parents are looking for quality skills for their children. Experts have suggested that dance is not just an entertainment source but a complete method to treat several health problems for kids.

     

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  • CBSE to Scrap the Re-Evaluation Procedure
    07 Oct 16

    The central Board of Secondary Education has planned to discontinue the re-evaluation of answer sheets in school. As per the decision the provision of re-evaluation will not happen from 2017 onwards.

     

    CBSE chairperson, R.K. Chaturvedi has confirmed that the officials are pla.. Show more

  • Axolotl’s Mystery Solved by Scientists
    06 Oct 16

     

    A new study has revealed the mystery of endangered Mexican salamander known as axolotl. The scientists from the Morgridge Institute for Research regenerative biology team have found some amazing skills in axolotl.

     

    According to the analysts, axolotl can regene.. Show more

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  • Computer Applications with a Better Speed
    04 Oct 16

    Amalgamation of analysts from North Carolina State University and Samsung Electronics has identified a speed boosting method. This newly found way can increase the speed of computer application over nine percent.

     

    According to the researchers the new technique can all.. Show more

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  • Poetry Can Increase Your Creativity
    03 Oct 16

    Many of you have probably read poems in your schools. Some of you must have also memorized a poem at some moment. But have you realized how writing or memorizing a poem can help in learning things?

     

    Many experts have suggested that creating a poem can enhance creativity in h.. Show more

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  • Spinach Can Work As an Energy Fuel
    01 Oct 16

    Many times we have seen a comic character having spinach as an energy source. A new study has claimed that ‘Popeye’ was right and spinach actually is a good source of energy.

     

    The researchers from technion - Israel Institute of Technology have developed a bio-pho.. Show more

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  • Spinach Teeth – Unusual Layer over Teeth
    30 Sep 16

    Have you ever noticed that after eating spinach, a layer of rough grainy substance covers the teeth? The scientists have analyzed that this gritty layer is made with a chemical.

     

    Often leafy vegetables contain a chemical called oxalic acid that is also found inside spinach i.. Show more

  • Little Efforts Shape Child’s Creativity
    29 Sep 16

     

    Today’s technical world wants more creative individuals at every field, be it engineering, art or science. Studies have shown that creativity develops from an early age. Often kids express creativity through pretend play.

     

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  • Little Efforts Shape Child’s Creativity
    29 Sep 16

     

    Today’s technical world wants more creative individuals at every field, be it engineering, art or science. Studies have shown that creativity develops from an early age. Often kids express creativity through pretend play.

     

    Pretend play refers to a.. Show more

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  • Infant Can Learn Abstract Relations
    28 Sep 16

     

    A new study has found that infant can also find a relation between two different things. The term is called Analogical ability in which human can see similar relations between two common objects.

     

    For instance two elephants can be contemplated as same j.. Show more

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  • Speech Detection System Can Help Poor Typists
    27 Sep 16

    A collaboration of Chinese search engine Baidu, University of Washington and Standfort University’s scientists have analy.. Show more

  • Fantasy Play Can Be Fruitful For Kids Creativity
    26 Sep 16

    Dr. Louise Bunce from Oxford Brookes University has discovered a connection between children’s fantasy play and in kids’ creativity. Dr. Bunce was leading the research stated that kids’ fantasy-play needs high imagination to picture the world with a new perspective as it demands.. Show more

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  • Space Signals Shows Aliens Calling the Earth
    23 Sep 16

    One more time the scientists are getting signals about alien’s life. A Russian telescope has found deep signals from other planet. The scientists have observed that these signals might have come from a star system 94 light years away.

     

    According to the speculation by t.. Show more

  • Giant Panda No Longer Vulnerable
    22 Sep 16

    An announcement has come from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) that Giant pandas are no longer at risk.

     

    According to the list the giant pandas which were very few in numbers in 2003 have fina.. Show more

  • New Crab Genus Found In China
    21 Sep 16

    Chinese scientists have discovered a new species of crabs in China’s northern fish market. A researcher from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou found this new colorful crab during a survey inside an attractive fish market in Northern Guangdong.

     

    The researchers have s.. Show more

  • Why Not Mango Butter Instead of Cocoa Butter
    20 Sep 16

    Scientists have found the solution to tackle the rising problem of cocoa butter. According to a research production of cocoa is declining worldwide.

     

    The scientists have suggested that demand of cocoa butter can be fulfilled by mango butter. The study claimed that with going.. Show more

  • Maroon Gold Fish Named After Barack Obama
    19 Sep 16

    The researchers have found a maroon and a gold fish 300 feet deep in the waters off Kure Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The researchers have named the fish after President’s name as an honour. This year President Obama has promised to save the nature through an increase of the Papahanaumokuake.. Show more

  • A New Pocket Sized Device to Identify Chemicals
    17 Sep 16

    A team of scientists and engineers from Harvard University have created a technology which can easily recognize unknown liquids and material properties. This new sensing technology has been created in such a way that it is portable and less expensive unlike any other device.

     

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  • Vast Coral Mountains Found in the Ocean
    16 Sep 16

    Scientists from the University of Sydney and Queensland University of Technology have found a wide sandbar behind Great Barrier Reef. According to the estimation these sandbars can be a sign of decreasing Ph level developing head under the ocean.

     

    While unveiling the discove.. Show more

  • Squid Protein to Protect Clothes
    15 Sep 16

    Have you ever think a squid can save your cloth? Scientists have discovered the self healing features of protein found in squid ring teeth.

     

    The study has claimed that a new liquid combination similar to squid protein has been created by the scientists. This new bacteria and.. Show more

  • Huge Volcanoes Found On Asteroid Belt
    14 Sep 16

    Huge inactive volcanoes have been spotted in the asteroid belt. A NASA spacecraft has spied that the volcanoes are huge in size. It has also reported that it was totally unacceptable. But the proof of volcanic activities has been spotted many times on various planets and on their moons.

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  • 16th Century’s Valuable Artifacts Discovered
    13 Sep 16

    Global Marin Exploration a U.S. based company, has found a Spanish wrecked ship.

    The scientists have analyzed that the Spanish shipwreck belongs to 16th century.

     

    The Findings have been identified from the distinct expedition to Florida by the French navig.. Show more

  • 16th Century’s Valuable Artifacts Discovered
    13 Sep 16

    Global Marin Exploration a U.S. based company, has found a Spanish wrecked ship.

    The scientists have analyzed that the Spanish shipwreck belongs to 16th century.

     

    The Findings have been identified from the distinct expedition to Florida by the French navig.. Show more

  • Impact of Lightning on Mother Nature
    09 Sep 16

    Scientists from one of the nation’s federal laboratories are working on the simulated lightning to know the effects of lightning. Soon the researchers will complete a project on lightning effects that will answer several questions such as how everything from nuclear weapon components to ent.. Show more

  • Smartwatch App: Safety Device for Patients
    07 Sep 16

    Soon, patient will get a smartwatch app to keep a check on their health. Researchers from Binghamton University in the US are working on the idea to develop a smartwatch app.

     

    The new Smartwatch will help nurses to answer ‘alerts’ by patients more quickly and pre.. Show more

  • Citric Fruit Extract Can Reduce Kidney Stone Growth
    06 Sep 16

    Kidney stone can be prevented by fruits says a study by University of Houston.

    The study shows the most common compound of human kidney stones is hudroxycitrate (HCA) that can dissolves calcium oxalate crystals.

     

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  • Tattoo That Can Manage Your Devices
    05 Sep 16

    Researchers of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Microsoft has created a latest tattoo which can control your connected devices such as computer and Smartphone.

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  • Bosnian Pine Tree is the Oldest Living Tree of Europe
    03 Sep 16

    The oldest Bosnian pine tree has been discovered in the highlands of northern Greece of Europe, which has been living there for more than 1,075 years.

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  • Summer Rainfall Reduces Due to Deforestation
    02 Sep 16

     

    Researchers at IIT Bombay have found that deforestation in north-east India and north-central India has led to a 100-200 mm reduction in summer monsoon rainfall. This research was done using satellite data and regional climate models. Two time periods 1980 to 1990 and 2000 to 2010 .. Show more

  • New Campaign “Asli Tarraki” Launched
    01 Sep 16

    The Ministry of Urban Development will launch a new campaign known as “Asli Tarraki”, which will focus on cleaning six cities of National Capital Region. If the plan succeeds it will be replicated in other states as well.

    Around 450 young enthusiastic men and women have been c.. Show more

  • FairGaze Partners with RBCL 2016 to Encourage Sporting Spirit in Students
    31 Aug 16

    In pursuit of engaging students and encouraging sporting spirit among students, FairGaze partners with Ramjas School, RK Puram, as its communication partner to host RBCL 2016.

    Ramjas Basketball Champions League (RBCL) is India’s largest school basketball tournament. RBCL 2016 saw pa.. Show more

  • CHAMPIONS ARE MADE.....
    31 Aug 16

    Time has flown by so fast. 22nd Ramjas Basketball Champions League 2016 started on 3rd August, 2016 and in a blink of an eye the finals have arrived. The last day of RBCL was a splendid one. The air was filled with curiosity as the finals were scheduled for this day. The fir.. Show more

  • The Start of the Anthropocene
    30 Aug 16

     

    Holocene the 11,700 year old geological epoch has cut short the human impact on Earth’s chemistry and climate and has ushered in a new one.

    The International Geological Congress in Cape Town, South Africa has recommended that the “new age of man” known as .. Show more

  • Senior Girls and Boys fight it out….
    29 Aug 16

    Saturday morning as the teams walked in they seemed in the weekend mood- relaxed and composed. However, the minute they stepped on to the battlefield- the Basketball Ball- everything changed. Each player was charged with enthusiasm and the spirit to win.

    The first match of the day was bet.. Show more

  • Affiliation Byelaws to be Renewed by CBSE
    29 Aug 16

    CBSE plans to renew its affiliation byelaws for schools to bring in more transparency. CBSE also wants to bring schools in tune with legislations like Right to Education Act (RTE) and Persons with Disabilities Act.

    CBSE Chairperson R K Chaturvedi stated that there is a requirement to upda.. Show more

  • Making India Proud at Google Science Fair
    24 Aug 16

    Two Indian students are amongst the 16 worldwide finalists for the sixth annual ‘Google Science Fair 2016’ to compete for the USD 50,000 scholarship. Four other Indian origin teenagers are also the part of the finalists.

    15 year old Fatima from the Sadhu Vaswani International .. Show more

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  • If School Switches Affiliation No Admission for Class XI
    23 Aug 16

    The Madras High Court on 22nd August 2016 has ruled that the students who pass the class X Board examination in a CBSE school cannot claim automatic admission to class XI in the same school if the institution switches affiliation to t.. Show more

  • Delhi to Get More Forest Cover
    20 Aug 16

     

    In an initiative promoted by Delhi Government the green cover of the city will be increased by 5% in the next five years. The State Government has planned to expand city forests by 42 in number.

    State Environment Minister Imran Hussian said that “The AAP Government is.. Show more

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  • An App to Know Your Soldiers
    19 Aug 16

     

    A new gaming app known as ‘Awarathon’ is launched in India by a group of young professionals from Harvard Law School Show more

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  • Greenland Shark is 400-Years-Old
    17 Aug 16

     

    In a report released on August 12, 2016, scientists calculated that a species of female Greenland shark is the oldest living animal with a backbone on earth. The scientists anticipated that the gray shark bo.. Show more

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  • UNU report on world wide e-waste
    16 Aug 16

     

    According to United Nations University Report, the quantity of global e-waste thrown-away in 2014 reached 41.8 million tonnes. The volume of world's e-waste in 2014 was nearly 60%, which included discards of kitchen, laundry & bathroom equipment, mobile phones, personal compute.. Show more

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  • Six Firms to Develop Space Habitats for NASA’s Mars Mission
    12 Aug 16

    NASA has selected six US firms, which are Bigelow Aerospace, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Orbital ATK, Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Space Systems and NanoRacks, to help develop prototypes and concepts of deep space habitats for manned missions to Mars.
    ''Habitation systems provide a safe p.. Show more

  • Delhi Metro to Build Sound Proof Stretch
    11 Aug 16

    Delhi Metro is constructing 159.5 km long track under phase III, out of which 53.8 km of this network will be sound proof. This will all be underground.

    With this pioneering step, the old residential structures, heritage and hospital buildings are anticipated to be secured.The underground.. Show more

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  • Google Testing a More Precise Version for its Virtual Assistant, Google Now
    10 Aug 16

    Google Now, an established assistant to provide its users with all the required information is now testing an additional feature “Explore Interests” to make the information more precise, i.e., making the application more personalised on the basis of individual interests.
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  • World’s Fastest Train to be Launched by China Next Month
    09 Aug 16

    China will launch the world’s fastest train, with a speed of 380 km per hour, in the month of September this year. As reported by the People’s Daily Online, it would run on Zhengzhou-Xuzhou high-speed track. After the new train is launched, the travel time between Zhengzhou, Central C.. Show more

  • Delhi Metro to install its 4th solar power facilities at kalindi kunj depot
    08 Aug 16

    Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will install a 3MWp (Mega Watt peak) solar power plant on top of an elevated stabling line of Kalindi Kunj depot. Although, it is the fourth solar power facilities after Yamuna Bank, Ajronda and Mukundpur; it is going to be the first-ever such shed built on the.. Show more

  • Sarojini Nagar traders warn of indefinite strike
    06 Aug 16

    Shoppers may b left disappointed by a visit to the Sarojini Nagar market in the upcoming days. The traders have warned of going on an indefinite strike, as the number of illegal vendors in the market has increased, which is affecting their business. The shop owners had recently removed extensions.. Show more

  • App-based Taxi Services to be Brought Under Regulatory Network
    05 Aug 16

    The biggest complaint amongst app-based taxi service users is of high fares when the demand is high. To save the customers, the cabinet agreed to bring these services under the regulatory network that will allow the state governments to check arbitrary charging. Taxi aggregators like Uber and Ola.. Show more

  • Manual Scavenging Still in Practice
    04 Aug 16

    Despite there being a ban, Delhi Jal Board and Municipal Corporation of Delhi are still hiring manual scavengers. The Delhi State Legal Service Authority (DSLSA) has reported that at least 233 such workers are working with various agencies in the capital.

    Manual scavenging or the practice.. Show more

  • Chinese Manjha to be Banned in the Capital
    02 Aug 16

    The government on Monday informed the Delhi High Court that it is in the process of issuing a notification to ban the use of “Chinese manjha” used for kite flying in the capital, informing to allow only cotton or natural fibre threads for kite flying which are free from any natellic o.. Show more

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  • 2 Lakh Students Continue To Study without Notebooks
    01 Aug 16

    Four months after the new academic session in municipal schools of the city started in April this year, around two lakh children studying in 388 schools under the East Delhi Municipal Corporation attended classes without notebooks because of a stuck up tendering process.
    The municipal corpor.. Show more

  • Government Approved to New AIIMS in Bhatinda
    28 Jul 16

    On 27th July, govt. approved the setting up of a new AIIMS at Bhatinda in Punjab, saying this will provide super specialty healthcare to the people and create a large pool of doctors. The approval was given in the Union Cabinet chaired by PM Narendra Modi, aiming to be established under the Pradh.. Show more

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  • Strikes, Vehicle Breakdowns, and Water-logging Hamper Capital’s Functioning
    27 Jul 16

    Light rain showers on Tuesday once again caused water logging and traffic jams across certain areas of the capital. The Delhi Traffic Police issued 73 Twitter and Facebook alerts throughout the day, warning the residents and commuters about the conditions.
    The rain left a number of people s.. Show more

  • Dengue Fever Claims Lives Again, Number Likely to Rise in Upcoming Months
    27 Jul 16

    The registered cases in Delhi due to dengue fever has risen to a double of what it was around the same time, last year. By July 2015, 40 cases were registered whereas on July 23, 2016, 93 cases were registered. As per Dr. K K Aggarwal, Secretary General of the Indian Medical Association says, bac.. Show more

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  • A Day of Victory & Setback for India
    25 Jul 16

    Saturday, July 23 was a day when India witnessed both, victory & setback. On one hand, 18-year-old Neeraj Chopra shattered the Javelin Throw World Record, becoming the first Indian sportsperson in this category to win a title at the World U-20 Athletics Championship. The Javelin Thrower&rsquo.. Show more

  • 7 Indian Companies made it to Fortune 500
    22 Jul 16

    Seven Indian firms have made it to the latest list of Fortune 500, world’s biggest corporations in terms of revenue. Walmart topped the global ranking.
    Indian Oil Corps secured the highest position among Indian firms, with 161st rank. Private gems and jewellery major, Rajesh.. Show more

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  • NGT Order to Effect 70% Good Vehicles, 90% Chartered Buses and 900 Ambulances
    20 Jul 16

    The National Green Tribunal order to de-register diesel vehicles older than 10 years in Delhi and NCR can result in removal of 70% good carriers of the capital, 90% of the private chartered buses and 900 out of 1,200 ambulances.
    “There are 1.28 lakh goods carriages in Delhi, running on.. Show more

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  • Petrol & Diesel Prices Slashed
    16 Jul 16

    Second reduction in petrol and diesel prices this month. Earlier on 1st July, the price of petrol was cut down by 89 paise/litre & 49 paise/litre that of diesel. On Friday, the prices were further slashed to Rs. 2.25/lt. & 45 paise/lt. for petrol & diesel respectively.
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  • Easy Access to Drugs in India’s Largest Wholesale Market
    15 Jul 16

    Azadpur Sabzi Mandi, India’s largest wholesale market doesn’t only deals with fruits & vegetables but also in drugs. It is one of the biggest hubs for drug wanderers as well as drug dealers. It is widespread beyond the b.. Show more

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  • Police Horse, Shaktiman’s Statue Pulled Down Before Inauguration
    14 Jul 16

    The Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Harish Rawat, decided to pull down the statue of police horse Shaktiman, who was beaten at a rally in Dehradun and died a month later in April.

    Two statues were put up in the state capital- one at the spot where he was buried, and another near the Assemb.. Show more

  • Sardar Singh Will No Longer Be Captain of Hockey
    13 Jul 16
    Trust Hockey India took the responsibility of being captain off Sardar Singh’s shoulders, ending his eight-year reign with the men’s team. The position has been passed to his deputy PR Sreejesh, who had led India to the Champions Trophy silver last month. High performance director Roelant Oltmans sa.. Show more

  • Insects can patch their broken ‘bones’
    23 May 16
    Insects can patch their broken ‘bones’ When a person breaks a leg, they might get a splint, cast or boot to cradle the bone as it heals. But what happens when a locust breaks a limb? Instead of a cast on the outside, the insect will patch itself up from the inside. These patches can restore up to 6..