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May 21, 2017
Excessive alcohol, caffeine holding journalists back, but work makes them resilient, says studyJournalists' excessive consumption of alcohol and caffeine leads their brains to function below par, but the love for their job protects their mental resilience, MIT scientists claim.
May 17, 2017
Champions Trophy 2004: West Indies' dramatic victory brought a remarkable end to a forgettable tournamentThe 2004 Champions Trophy was won by West Indies in dramatic fashion making It a remarkable end to a forgettable tournament
Apr 11, 2017
Experiencing interpersonal abuse in early life may affect cognitive skills, says studyExperiencing interpersonal abuse before the age of 18 may affect the capacity to concentrate and stay focused during later life, a study has showed.
Apr 06, 2017
Woman scribe critical after attack by unidentified assailants in New Delhi parkNew Delhi-based freelance journalist Aparna Kalra is battling for life after being attacked by unidentified assailants on Wednesday night
Mar 29, 2017
Thought-controlled robotic arms may be a reality soon: Brain implant lets paralysed man feed himselfA paralysed man in Cleveland fed himself mashed potatoes for the first time in eight years, aided by a computer-brain interface that reads his thoughts and sends signals to move muscles in his arm, US researchers said on Tuesday.
Feb 07, 2017
Ricky Ponting hails Virat Kohli as best one-day batsman but not yet in TestsBatting legend Ricky Ponting feels India skipper Virat Kohli is the best one-day batsman in the world but it is not yet time to call him a great of the five-day format.
Jan 09, 2017
Research in India Part 1: Local solutions needed to deal with unique problemsThe following is the first in a three-part series on research in India
Jan 08, 2017
Narendra Modi at Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas: Govt changing 'brain drain' to 'brain gain'Prime Minister Narendra Modi lauded the Indian diaspora all the world as he addressed people at the 14th Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2017 in Bengaluru.
Dec 09, 2016
Excessive alcohol use during adolescence may disrupt brain development: StudyExcessive alcohol use during adolescence may disrupt the development of brain and increase the risk of substance use disorder later in life, a new study has warned.
Dec 08, 2016
Elderly care: Measuring brain activity may help predict risk of fallsMeasuring the level of brain activity in healthy older adults while they are walking can predict their risk of falling, suggests a study led by an Indian-origin scientist