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Jan 16, 2017
Sunil Rastogi case: Psychiatric illness, personality disorders push paedophiles to engage in sexual abuse, say expertsAfter his arrest Rastogi revealed that he had committed similar offences with young girls in the area of New Ashok Nagar Delhi, Ghaziabad and in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand.
Dec 08, 2016
Want to live longer? Maintain optimistic outlook towards life, says studyResearchers have found that women who were optimistic had a significantly reduced risk of dying from several major causes of death — including cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease and infection, compared with women who were less optimistic
Nov 22, 2016
Sexist men, playboys most likely to have mental health problems: StudyA new study has linked sexist and misogynist behaviour among men with mental health problems including depression and substance abuse
Nov 06, 2016
Ashis Nandy on future of India: 'A poor man’s America, with shrinkage of liberties'Firstpost columnist Ajaz Asgraf recounts his interview with political psychologist Ashis Nandy for Outlook magazine on 'the future of India': "a theme so wide in its sweep that it could include just about every facet of social life"
Oct 30, 2016
Troubled Nick Kyrgios' ban to be reduced by ATP after Australian seeks psychological helpIt now appears that the Australian world number 13, Kyrgios, will be allowed to compete again from 7 November.
Sep 24, 2016
As Kashmir's uprising rages, its toll on the psyche of the Valley's children's is difficult to stateIn the ongoing uprising in Kashmir it is the children who are turning into the next defiant generation that will prolong the current political crisis for coming years. Go to any part of Kashmir, children as young as three are raising slogans and are well aware why the region has been on lockdown for the past 10 weeks.
Aug 14, 2016
Giving back control: What Mental Health Care Bill, 2013 means for the mentally illWhat might it mean for people with mental illnesses to be given control over how they will receive medical care?
Jul 10, 2016
Boredom can lead to more extreme political views, finds new studyBoredom may be contributing to a widening of political views among voters, according to a new study which suggests that people who are easily restless tended to endorse more extreme political beliefs.
Jun 29, 2016
From criticism to unconditional love: Decoding the Argentina-Lionel Messi relationshipLike neurotic parents, Argentines swung from criticism to unconditional love for their star footballer Lionel Messi this week, providing the soccer-mad nation's many therapists with rich material for psychoanalysis.
May 01, 2016
'Pansexual', 'panromantic': Labels may sometimes help, but more often restrict usLabels can help us better navigate the world. But they can also be restrictive, especially when used in the context of mental health and identity.