Combined effect of both face-to-face and cyber-bullying may increase the risk of aggressive behaviour in teenagers.
The summers are a tough time not only for us, but our pets as well. Here are some dos and don'ts for caring for animals in this hot season.
Do we merely fall in love with ‘the idea’ of being in love? Is love yet another exercise in self-importance?
Toy maker Jennifer Pierre is one of the creative voices challenging traditional gender and racial norms in the toy industry
"Anything that draws our attention away from driving can be problematic.." said a researcher.
A new study points towards significant improvement in academic achievement
Spirit of the times — India’s alcohol laws are famously archaic.
Facebook may help keep more students engaged and enrolled to MOOCs.
Men who viewed more pornography containing condom use engaged in fewer condomless anal sex encounters.
DLF Mall of India is now officially open and boasts of over 250 brands divided in five zones for ease of access.
The findings suggest that some countries and cultures may be more susceptible to aggressive or competitive driving behaviours due to their social environment.
A new study has found that harsh parenting may increase a child's risk of obesity in adulthood.
‘Fear’ may vary in degrees and types, from fear of death to the fear of the unknown, from realistic fear to neurotic fear, but there is no denying that fear is no stranger to any of us.
There is no single solution to the problem of food waste, but a variety of practically feasible steps at the micro-level can go a long way towards ensuring greater sustainability.
I’m convinced that pelicans were put on earth with a very specific brief: to make us laugh. For a start, just look at them — they’re gigantic seaplane-like birds, with tiny heads, carrying huge yellow shopping bag bills, wearing that absurd little tufty crest (like a shendi) and looking at you out of bright, tiny, […]
A flyover crash brings Burrabazar into focus — once a hub of affluent Marwaris, it is now a place for those who have nowhere to go.
The man-cub of the Seonee wolf pack and his battle with Shere Khan continues to fascinate us. But was Mowgli real? Could Rudyard Kipling’s timeless story have been based on a real-life incident?
Sochipem Kashak, 31, music teacher, on moving from Manipur to Delhi.
According to researchers, media plays a major role in influencing attitude toward different foods.
Dance has enormous potential that enables students to develop many fundamental life skills, such as problem-solving, creativity, critical and expressive communication skills. It also has physical benefits.
Although men and women are equally influenced by tobacco, males tend to smoke more than females, finds new research.
People associate certain sounds with nearness and some with distance, says a recent study.
A study has revealed that through mindfulness meditation, heavy media multitaskers may adapt a more focused attention.
The team of seven ringers will ring the world's heaviest peal of bells, a task that involves ringing the six heaviest bells for almost five hours.
The study results offer reason for pessimism regarding the effectiveness of disclaimers and subvertising for improving body image.
Only when our material needs are met with can we move to the highest level of the hierarchy, that of self-actualisation.
The fact that schools are teaching less about birth control, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS, and saying no to sex is alarming.
The findings showed that females perceive men and women with higher BMI as less attractive and judge other women harshly about weight in relation to beauty.
Puppychino recently opened in Hauz Khas Village, a posh and trendy part of the national capital.
We give carnivores a bad name, but what about herbivores and their proclivity for violence?
It began as an offshoot of a rationalist movement and has led to a historic victory for women’s rights in Maharashtra. The Shani Shingnapur temple entry campaign is a remarkable alliance of women, across the divide of religious belief.
Ayush Jain, 30, Software Professional, on moving from Gwalior to Pune.
Psychotherapists believe 'Dancaholics' have traits of obsessive compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) and that they crave for a sense of achievement; driven mostly by insecurity and perfectionism.
They have not let their physical disabilities steer their life's course.
A study shows that in a large population, the presence of STIs decreases fertility rates more among males with multiple partners, therefore, changing which mating behaviour proves to be most beneficial to individuals and groups.
Say bye-bye to a cluttered kitchen.