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NASA’S Twins Study Claims, Long-term Spaceflight Not Linked to Major Health Risks

While it was previously thought that long duration spaceflight can affect the human body, even at the molecular level, new results from NASAs "Twins...

Google To Test Updating Pre-loaded Apps Without Signing Into Account

Google is planning to roll-out a functionality that would auto-update pre-loaded apps via Google Play even when users are not signed into their Google...

Thousands Displaced as SDF Targeting Civilians Advances on Last IS Territory in Syria

Islamic State (IS) fighters are targeting civilians who are trying to flee the last territory held by the terror group in eastern Syria, U.S.-backed...

Islamic State Using Women, Children as Human Shields to Postpone Defeat

Fighters and families with the Islamic State terror group are clinging to one last sliver of land next to the Euphrates River in Syria,...

Going Out on a Date? Try These Make-up Looks

Confused as to what make-up look would be suitable for a date? Opt for a ‘no make-up’ look or go bright with colours to...

Diabetes Can Contribute to Infertility: Experts

Diabetes, commonly described as a “lifestyle disease”, can contribute to infertility in both women and men, warn health experts. “Diabetes can cause infertility in both...

Social Networking Giant Facebook Allows Ads to Promote Anti-vaccine Content

Facebook has enabled advertisers to promote anti-vaccine content to nearly nine lakh people interested in “vaccine controversies”, the media reported. The social networking giant is...

Samsung Competes Apple, Launches Stores and Expand Retail Footprints in US

Keeping in line with the prevailing competition with Apple, Samsung is planning to inaugurate three full-scale stores in Los Angeles, New York and Houston...

Facebook, FTC Discuss ‘Multibillion Dollar’ Fine for Privacy Lapses

A report says Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission are negotiating a “multibillion dollar” fine for the social network's privacy lapses. The Washington Post said...

Native Americans Flutist Shares Stories and Music of Ojibwe People

These days, Native American Flute Players perform at music festivals across the globe. But few belong to any tribe or nation, something that troubles...

Amazon’s Exit Could Scare Off Tech Companies From New York

Amazon jilted New York City on Valentine's Day, scrapping plans to build a massive headquarters campus in Queens amid fierce opposition from politicians angry...

Soviet War in Afghanistan was No Less Than a ‘Hell’, Say Survivors

Sitting in her living room, 65-year-old Tatyana Rybalchenko goes through a stack of black-and-white photos from more than 30 years ago. In one of...

‘Fintech’ Could Assist Mexicans in Sending Cash Overseas

Mexico's new government is trying to slash the cost of sending cash home for Mexican families living abroad and is hoping competition from “Fintechs”...

Triple Talaq Act is Not a Commodity, Nor are Women Doormats

BY: SALIL GEWALI Election season in India is like a festival for many. For some parties’ workers, it is an occasion for joy, and merrymaking...

India Says Pakistan’s Links with Pulwama Attack Clear For All to See

India has rejected Pakistan Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua’s claims denying her country’s links to the Pulwama terror attack, saying that JeM, which claimed responsibility...

US President Donald Trump Declares Emergency to Fund Border Wall on Mexican Border

President Donald Trump declared a State of Emergency on Friday to fund his campaign promise of building a wall on the Mexican border after the Congress resolutely...

With Ovarian Cancer Deaths Set to Spike by 67%, AI to Rescue: Study

With the incidence of ovarian cancer likely to increase by 55 per cent in another 15 years or so, researchers have created an artificial...

AI Can Help Improve Understanding of Earth Science

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can significantly improve our understanding of the climate and Earth science, says a study by German scientists. AI can be applied to...

Twitterati Can Soon Clarify Tweets: CEO Jack Dorsey

While Twitterati are waiting for an “edit” feature, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has said the micro-blogging platform is considering a “clarify” feature for its...

Immersive VR Can Help Kids Overcome Autism Phobias

Exposing children and adults with autism to immersive virtual reality (VR) can help alleviate their fears and phobias, say researchers. A team from the UK's Newcastle University developed 'Blue Room', a virtual...

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