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Six percent people worldwide suffer from internet addiction, says Hong Kong study

Dec 19, 2014

Six percent people worldwide suffer from internet addiction, says Hong Kong study

A study has revealed that six percent of people are suffering from internet addiction worldwide, hampering their health and interpersonal relationships. #World #didyouknow #Hong Kong #Study #research #Internet addiction
Air pollution is discolouring Taj Mahal, says study

Dec 11, 2014

Air pollution is discolouring Taj Mahal, says study

Airborne carbon particles and dust are discolouring the Taj Mahal's iconic marble dome, said a study. #Uttar Pradesh #India #Environment #NewsTracker #Agra #UP #Study #Taj Mahal #Pollution #Shah Jahan
Carbon dioxide emissions cause long-term environmental damage, says study

Dec 03, 2014

Carbon dioxide emissions cause long-term environmental damage, says study

Researchers have found that a single carbon emission takes only about 10 years to reach its maximum effect. #Life #Environment #NewsTracker #Carbon dioxide #Study #Ecology #Pollution #CO2 #Environmental damage #greenhouse gas emission
Man's best friend: Your dog loves you as much as you love it, confirms study

Nov 24, 2014

Man's best friend: Your dog loves you as much as you love it, confirms study

Dogs reciprocate their master's love in equal measure, researchers confirmed in a study. #Life #NewsTracker #Study #Animals #dogs #research #Pet #Man's best friend
Rediscovering America: After long slump, Indian students in US schools up 6 percent

Nov 18, 2014

Rediscovering America: After long slump, Indian students in US schools up 6 percent

Applications to American colleges from international students has reached an all-time high, reaffirming the strength of US institutions in an increasingly competitive market for tuition paying foreign students. #US #Education #studying abroad #Indian students in US #Indian students in America #US universities