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New drug to treat depression?  

There is good news for people suffering from depression as researchers have now identified a potentially powerful new treatment for depression in the form of a neuroprotective drug known as P7C3. ...  MORE»

Monkey as maths tutor for your kid!  

Go tell this to your kid who is throwing tantrums at learning maths. According to a new research, even monkeys have the ability to use numbers and symbols to add up. ...  MORE»

Pakistan is an important country in the world: Pentagon  

Terming Pakistan as an "important country in an important place" in the world, the US has said nothing has changed its desire to work with the South Asian country on a "commom threat". ...  MORE»

Planned air search for missing plane again suspended  

The planned air search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been suspended for Wednesday due to poor weather conditions in the target area, the Joint Agency Coordination Center (JACC) announced. ...  MORE»

Pain may curb sex drive in women: Study  

Do not blame her for no action tonight as women in pain often say no to sex as pain from inflammation or some other reason greatly reduces sexual motivation in female than male, research reveals. ...  MORE»

Too much admiration for partner bad for romance  

 To admire your partner is one thing but to regard him/her as superman or superwoman is quite another as a new study has found that putting your partner on a pedestal may harm your relationship. ...  MORE»

Soon, powdered alcohol to give you a high  

Frustrated with carrying wine or vodka bottles? Just sprinkle this powder over food, or mix it with plain water or juice and get a high! ...  MORE»

An 'upside-down planet' discovered  

Like so many interesting discoveries, this one happened largely by accident. An astronomer has discovered an ‘upside-down planet’ that reveals new method for studying binary star systems. ...  MORE»

Miss America comes to defence of teen who asked her for a dance  

The first ever Indian-American Miss America, Nina Davuluri, has come to the defence of a teen who asked her to a dance as the news of his suspension for the stunt reached the White House. ...  MORE»