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Breaks at work can help solve problems

American psychologists have given employees the perfect excuse for the much desired tea breaks or 15-minute time out -- the study has found that distractions in the workplace actually help in......

Indian American doctor joins State Dept

Dr Shambu Banik has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Public Members Association of the Foreign Service at the US Department of State.The paid appointment, for a term of three years,......

How Indian diplomacy has changed!

'Young IFS officers today would take it for granted that they represent a major country with strengths and capabilities.''They will be aware that India is seen as one of the 10 significant......

'Why the hurry to pass the juvenile justice bill?'

On Tuesday, amid much debate and deliberation, the Rajya Sabha cleared the much-awaited Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Bill 2015 against the backdrop of......

Last UK Guantanamo prisoner released after nearly 14 years

The US has released a London-based Saudi national, the last British resident to be incarcerated in Guantanamo Bay, after nearly 14 years in detention at the infamous military prison in Cuba without......

What makes these 10 companies the best to work for in India

Image: RMSI is India’s best company to work for. Photograph, courtesy: RMSI     Companies come in all kinds. There are some who keep a hawkish eye over its employees, banning......

COLUMN: Legitimising myths about gold imports

The massive buyers of gold in the past two years have not been distressed farmers or manual scavengers, notes Ajit Balakrishnan. When an economic crisis hits, everyone goes looking for someone to......

No 'Indian plot' to steal American jobs: McCain

Top Republican leader John McCain has came out strongly against efforts to "demonise" India as a destination of shipping US jobs, saying there was no "Indian plot to steal American jobs". "We......

Infosys Q2 net up; to pay special dividend at Rs 30

Infosys Technologies reported revenues of Rs 6,947 crore for the quarter ended September 30, registering a growth of 12.1 per cent over the previous quarter. The tech major's net profit after tax......

Free grains to poor: SC can't dictate terms, says PM

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday gently told the Supreme Court, which recently directed the government to distribute foodgrains free to the poor, not  to get into the 'realm of policy......

What did you think of Rahman's Oscar performance?

A R Rahman performed his Oscar-nominated song If I Rise from Danny Boyle's film 127 Hours, at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards. The composer had originally collaborated with Dido for this......

RGV: In front of Tees Maar Khan, RGV Ki Aag is Sholay

The twitter world is quite a busy one, and Bollywood contributes a great deal to it. Here's looking at the best  star tweets of the day. Amitabh Bachchan got nostalgic after shooting at......

007 gets American touch, again

James Bond, Agent 007, the suave star of dozens of novels, short stories and films, is perhaps the most famous fictional detective of all-time. The quintessentially British spy was first brought to......

James Cameron, ex-wife fight over Oscar noms

Given the glowing early reviews and Hollywood insiders betting a gargantuan $500 million gross in its first week worldwide, James Cameron's Avatar could become the biggest hit of 2010, earning over......

Ranbir, Katrina go all out for Prem

Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif go all out to promote their film Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani in Mumbai. The film releases this...

Novak Djokovic: From sidekick to superstar!

Having spent a whopping 91 consecutive weeks as world No 3, Novak Djokovic was, at best, considered just strong supporting player in the Federer-Nadal show. The No 1 ranking, and Wimbledon triumph,......

End of an era? Let's talk in six months! says Federer

Roger Federer reacted with disdain when asked if Thursday's Australian Open semi-final defeat by Serbia's Novak Djokovic signalled the end of an era in men's tennis. With Rafa Nadal bundled out in......

EPL images: Reds snatch victory, Newcastle win big

Maxi Rodriguez scored four minutes from time to earn Liverpool a 1-0 win at Bolton Wanderers which lifted them out of the Premier League relegation zone on Sunday. The Argentine midfielder......

CWG: India's hits and misses

Every Indian in the country and abroad can proudly declare that the 2010 Commonwealth Games was a big success, even if there were minor glitches along the way. Our Correspondent Harish Kotian......

Penalties will put players on the spot

Two men face each other, knowing that a single kick is about to decide their teams' fate as more than 700 million viewers watch: it must be a World Cup penalty shootout. There is more than a 50......
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Is a midday siesta good for you?

It can have both psychological and professional advantages When we are young, napping is an essential part of our schedule. But as we grow older... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/OcZZ1U8isyOdC6wIosFQ9O/Is-a-midday-siesta-good-for-you.html
Working and Volunteering Could Reduce Disablement in Older Americans

Maintaining high levels of physical functioning is one of the keys to successful aging. In the United States, nearly 20% of men and 30% of women... ...

http://www.medindia.net/news/working-and-volunteering-could-reduce-disablement-in-older-americans-162615-1.htm
Brain Studies Reveal Child's Food Choice Influenced by Food Advertisements

Highlights Watching food advertisements influences food preference of a child A portion of the brain is found to be more active during a food... ...

http://www.medindia.net/news/healthinfocus/brain-studies-reveal-childs-food-choice-influenced-by-food-advertisements-162572-1.htm
Being single allows people to live best and most meaningful life, claims psychologist

London: To all the single people, cherish your days, as a psychologist has claimed, idea of wedded bliss is largely a myth. According to the study,... ...

http://www.siasat.com/news/single-allows-people-live-best-meaningful-life-claims-psychologist-1000775/
The Public Health Case for Gun-Related Injury Research

Posted August 9th, 2016 for Every two weeks, a family loses a child in a tip-over accident involving a television, piece of furniture, or... ...

http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/point-blank-public-health-case-gun-related-injury-research

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