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Mutual funds see net redemptions of Rs 73,000 crore in March
Apr 12, 2016
mutual fund (MF) schemes saw a net inflow of Rs 1.34 lakh crore in 2015-16.

Six things that happen to you after a year in space
Mar 06, 2016
To explore beyond the moon, NASA will need to fortify the human body Agencies

Indian employees most engaged globally: Report
Nov 30, 2014
They are followed by Chinese employees (49 per cent), US (38 per cent), Brazil (36 per cent), Canada (28 per cent) and the UK (24 per cent).

Can the world produce enough food for 2 billion more people?
Oct 15, 2014
United Nations estimates that 60 percent more food is needed to feed a world population of nine billion people.

Deadly virus from space may have played role in earlier extinctions
Oct 15, 2014
what is likely to have happened to the dinosaurs and is the case with the killer germs, like the AIDS-causing HIV, the lethal Ebola and small pox.

Samsung develops five time faster Wi-Fi technology
Oct 13, 2014
Samsung said commercialization of the 60GHz Wi-fi technology is expected as early as next year.

WHO: Ebola Is Modern Era's Worst Health Emergency
Oct 13, 2014
"We are seeing, right now, how this virus can disrupt economies and societies around the world," JIM GOMEZ

Antarctica's ice loss changed Earth's gravity: study
Oct 12, 2014
"The loss of ice from West Antarctica between 2009 and 2012 caused a dip in the gravity field over the region," ESA said in a statement.

Widely used sanitation programmes do not necessarily improve health, finds Lancet study
Oct 11, 2014
Approaches should not only meet international coverage targets, but should also be implemented in a way that it delivers genuine health gains

China Just Overtook The US As The World's Largest Economy
Oct 08, 2014
By the end of 2014, China will make up 16.48% of the world's purchasing-power adjusted GDP (or $17.632 trillion), US up 16.28% (or $17.416 trilliion) Mike Bird

Hold on China, U.S. Still World's Top Economy by Main Benchmark
Oct 08, 2014
"The U.S. remains the biggest by the more common, more widely accepted and in our view, more useful measure," Shobhana Chandra

Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded for brain GPS research
Oct 06, 2014
"This year's Nobel laureates have discovered a positioning system, an `inner GPS' in the brain, that makes it possible to orient ourselves in space,"

Social networks make push as shopping destinations
Oct 05, 2014

NASA to put astronauts in deep sleep for Mars mission?
Oct 05, 2014
The deep sleep, called torpor, would reduce astronauts' metabolic functions with existing medical procedures.

Climate change may be responsible for altering sex ratio
Oct 04, 2014
Scientists found the ratio of male to female babies born in Japan had been decreasing, fewer male babies born relative to the number of female babies

Google to launch mobile chat app: report
Oct 03, 2014
If launched, the mobile app will compete in the mobile chat space with the likes of WhatsApp, Line and Hike.

Now, simple blood test to tell if you have or could get cancer
Oct 03, 2014
test, could not only detect some cancers earlier than ever before, but might eliminate the need for some types of biopsies

Poor-rich gap growing in India, Asia-Pacific: UNESCAP
Oct 03, 2014
The region had around 49,000 persons (0.001 per cent of Asia-Pacific population in 2013) classed as UHNWIs, with about $7.5 trillion of net wealth in

Facebook changes real-name policy, allows aliases
Oct 02, 2014
Debate over the future of online anonymity is roiling tech circles, with the outcome bearing profound implications for Internet use around the wor

Mass gathering of 35,000 walruses is latest sign of global warming
Oct 01, 2014
The gathering of walruses on shore is a phenomenon that has accompanied the loss of summer sea ice as the climate has warmed.

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