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Sep 13, 2017
Gurugram student murder: Safety officials who inspected Ryan school must be held responsibleOfficials and ministers who get to have a final say on how schools are run must be also held accountable for the Gurugram student murder
Aug 22, 2017
Facebook study reveals choice of words used to portray emotions can hint at religiosityThe use of positive or negative words on Facebook signifying an emotion give a clue about how religious you are, a new research has revealed.
Aug 06, 2017
Internet experts: Not possible to combat dangers of suicide games such as Blue Whale ChallengeDespite demands for a ban on a game that is believed to have pushed a 14-year-old Mumbai boy to suicide, it may not be possible to bar the Blue Whale Challenge, an Internet expert said
Jul 23, 2017
Creative touch: Urban Indians are seeking art, dance and movement therapy for improving mental healthUrban India seems to be warming up to creative therapies with the goal of seeking mental well-being.
Jul 07, 2017
Tencent's top-grossing mobile game "Honour of Kings" to be launched in Europe and US this yearChinese gaming giant Tencent Holdings Ltd will launch its mega-hit smartphone game "Honour of Kings" in the EU and United States this year.
Jul 06, 2017
Experts warn parents to watch out for signs of gadget dependency in children of all agesIt is time to go back to controlling those gadgets, to stop the distraction from becoming an obsession.
May 29, 2017
People checking their Facebook wall often tend to be sad and unhealthy claims studyStudies showed that increased use of Facebook was closely linked to "compromised social, physical and psychological health".
May 14, 2017
New study claims 'only children' are creative but more likely to be self-centredKids who grow up without siblings may be more creative, but are likely to be self-centred, say scientists who found significant differences in the brain structures of 'only children'.
May 04, 2017
Facebook plans to hire 3,000 people in the next year to fix violent and other illegal contentFacebook Inc will hire 3,000 more people over the next year to speed up the removal of videos showing murder, suicide, and other violent acts.
May 03, 2017
Facebook likes don't make you feel better or improve your mood, reveals studyReceiving 'likes' on Facebook posts does not make people feel better about themselves or improve their mood, a new study has found.