Washington: In a historic development, Nebraska on Wednesday became the first conservative state in the US to ban the death penalty. The decision defied their Republican governor, Pete Ricketts, a
The scientists in California are testing the effectiveness of the pure form of illegal psychoactive medication Ecstasy, also known as MDMA, in reducing anxiety in terminally ill patients, according
US Air Force granted approval to SpaceX on Tuesday to compete for launching military's highly important satellites. Now, entrepreneur Elon Musk's company SpaceX can contest for Pentagon agreements
Scientists have found 11 chameleon species masquerading as a single species in madagascar. A recent research, headed by Michel Milinkovitch, professor of genetics, evolution, and biophysics at the
Sony has unveiled the Xperia M4 Aqua smartphone in white, coral and black colour variants in the Indian market. The new smartphone will be priced at Rs 24,990. Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is up for sale at
After Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, 'PK' star Aamir Khan has also tweeted the first teaser look of 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan,' starring none other than Salman Khan.
Tech giant Google has pledged $20 million in its non-profit Google.org wing in an endeavour to support charities and nonprofits employing innovative technology for improving the lives of disabled
The Indian government has launched the process of making at least 70 supercomputers in the nation at the cost of Rs. 4500 crores, to be employed in advanced research in various fields like defense
A new study has found that women's brains are permanently altered once they experience pregnancy and enter motherhood. The study conducted by Dr. Liisa Galea, at the University of British Columbia,
A new study has found that younger cancer patients are more open to explore alternative and complementary medicine for their treatment than their older counterparts. "We found that the baby boomers
A new study has suggested that delayed clamping of umbilical cord at the time of birth may lead to a small boost in child's neurodevelopment several years later. The researchers said that children
A new study has found that even "moderate" drinking might cause harm to the heart of older people. The researchers also said that women are more at risk for alcohol-related heart damage than men.