Many methods of spreading awareness will be implemented to ensure that India’s roads can edge closer to becoming a completely accident-free zone.
From avian vomitologist, gross stunt testers and snake venom collectors, strange jobs which involve wild animals not only risk them but also humans
From avian vomitologists, langur kidnappers and gross stunt testers, there is more than one strange job in the world which involves wild animals.
World Kidney Day 2019: CKD is 6th deadliest disease worldwide causing 2.4 million deaths per year; here's how to reduce risk of renal ailments
The best way to avoid the failure of these vital organs is to live a healthy lifestyle and consume a healthy diet with limited salt
Alcoholism, diseases, poverty define everyday struggles of Chennai's pavement dwellers as govt refuses to count them as homeless
People living on the footpaths of Chennai belong to a different category called ‘pavement-dwellers’ and there are no benefits or schemes meant for them
Junot Díaz accused of sexual misconduct by several women, weeks after writing of his own rape at age 8
Weeks after publishing his own story of sexual abuse, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Diaz is facing an onslaught of accusations of sexual misconduct.
Knowingly or unknowingly, we’ve all done origami sometime in our lives. Derived from the Japanese words, Oru and Kami, which literally mean paper folding, origami’s premise is pretty simple; you start with a square or rectangular sheet of paper and transform it, through folding techniques, into a sculpture.
Portrait of a Nation, A Nation in Portraits: History of India, photography chronicled in new exhibition
Portrait of a Nation, A Nation in Portraits, tells multiple tales — tales that chronicle not only the history of a country but also the history of photography itself
Yugo Sushi in Bandra serves traditional Japanese sushi with an Indian touch.
Tata Literature Live 2017: ‘Judging the Judges’ gets great reception due to international perspective, relevance
Philippe Sands was the star of "Judging the Judges" because he brought in new facts and perspective which greatly enriched the debate.
American Heart Association revises what constitutes high blood pressure, nearly half of all US adults now suffer from 'silent killer'
Tighter blood pressure guidelines from US heart organizations mean millions more people need to make lifestyle changes, or start taking medication,
Contrary to popular belief, women in live-in relationships in India do enjoy legal rights akin to married women. So what is their legal position?
Indian scientists develop new method of combating tuberculosis, identify molecules that inhibit growth
A group of Indian scientists have identified molecules which are effective in inhibiting the growth of tuberculosis-causing bacteria - Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
DNA testing becoming increasingly popular to diagnose and treat lifestyle diseases, reduce health risk
DNA as well as gene-based testing is gradually gaining momentum as methods that help in two primary ways – curative – to deal with a specific issue on hand that may have remained unresolved despite multiple measures, and preventive – to understand how pre-disposed one may be to particular ailments.