9 percent of all abortions are following sex selection in India, says IDF, asks India to focus on women's health
Vinoj Manning, 55, executive director of Ipas Development Foundation (IDF), India, an advocacy group dedicated to preventing and managing unwanted pregnancies, tells IndiaSpend in this interview that no more than 9 percent of all abortions are for sex selection.
A government-run pilot programme in Mehsana district of Gujarat — part funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation — may be a model worth replicating to get a better view of tuberculosis in India
It seems that the more socially connected you are, the more likely your smartphone's battery is running almost on empty.
Not too long after he portrayed Apple big boss Steve Jobs on the big screen, Ashton Kutcher has changed camps in real life. The Hollywood actor is now a
Viber will not be the first cross-platform messaging app to run down monetisation lane and it definitely will not be the last. It has, however, taken the same
We know you love your smartphones and wait eagerly for updates filled with new features to come to your devices. Here’s a round-up of a few app updates
Nokia is going all out to ensure that its newest Lumia 1020 gets all the attention it expects. Along with the phone, Nokia has announced the arrival of
There are a bunch of updates that have come in this week on both iOS and Android that will make using your favourite apps a lot more fun. From Facebook to
Uh oh, private social network Path seems to be in a spot of trouble with Facebook. The social networking giant has confirmed...
Private social networking website Path is now home to 10 million users. Dave Morin, Path’s CEO put up an image on his Path account announcing the social
Facebook has confirmed with Mashable that it will soon be letting users in the USA update their statuses with emoticons via a new status composer. We have...
In an invite only event, Twitter has unveiled new Cards that display embedded content within tweets. The new Cards will allow for new capabilities like mobile
Path has found itself embroiled in yet another privacy related mess after it has been revealed that the app has been geo-tagging images even after users have disabled location services.
is testing a new status composer that lets you express your activities with smileys to enunciate your status. You can add icons from various categories such as...
Path, an iPhone app that works as a smart journal has been accessing the address books of users and uploading them on their servers without letting the permission of the users, causing mass user outrage.