End of bicycle theft!

Bicycle theft seems to be a common problem across the world. It’s evident that only bicycle locks can’t be claimed as the full proof system to prevent the crime. more

Turtle with Two Heads

Recently a two-headed snapping turtle has been born in Northeast Arkansas. The baby turtle was discovered last week at the NEA Turtle Farm in Amagon. more

Autistic Child Combats Bullying

Bullying, now-a-days has reached at its pick but like never before schools and communities have come together to fight it back like they are doing today. more

Initiatives for eco-friendly Ganesh Chaturthi

Maharashtra is all set to celebrate an eco-friendly Ganesh Chaturthi this year. A number of NGOs are coming forward to provide guidelines for the people, so that they can mark the festival without polluting the environment. more

Give your kid the best of health

Every mother wants to give their child a proper nutrition. It is tough for every mother to prepare a new dish daily for her child which will be nutritious at the same time. more

Drug resistant TB, a major challenge

Drug resistance tuberculosis happens to be a matter of grave concern for India government. According to WHO, India has the highest number of multi-drug-resistant TB patients. Naturally, health ministry takes the treatment of this complicated disease as a major challenge for the country. more

Mother’s app to tackle kids

An appropriate step against child- disobedience or defiance disorder. A woman from Texas, US has created a app for her kids that won't allow them to ignore her calls. Although, she has created the device to solve her own problem, the app may play a great role to help the parents across the world. more

India’s first fish hospital in Bengal

Excellent idea! Henceforth fish will avail treatment in hospital. But not in all hospitals, a superspeciality hospital for diseased fish is now under construction in West Bengal. more

Child safety committee for Karnataka schools

Karnataka provides the guideline for the entire nation. It will be mandatory for all the schools in the state to constitute child safety committee. more


Krishnajanmashtami, also known as Krishnastami is a festival of great pomp and joy. The nation has started celebrating Janmashtami. more

WHO allows experimental drugs for Ebola

The World Health Organization (WHO) has allowed the use of experimental drugs for Ebola patients. The experimental Ebola serum, which is reported to have used on American and Spanish missionaries, may be used on Liberian doctors. more

Don’t ignore kid’s headache

Headache is a common problem among the kids. As the school period approaches and begins many parents may start to hear their children complain about headaches. The root of the problem may be physical or psychological. more

MANJUL- An ideal fusion of maths, tabla and sanskrit

Manjul Bhargava, an eminent tabla player receiving his lessons from Pandit Zakhir Hussain, already learned sanskrit from his grandfather Purushottam Lal Bhargava who was the head of the department of Sanskrit in the University of Rajasthan. more


Don’t surrender before coffee

If you are fond of Coffee, know where to stop. Because, consuming too much coffee may cause premature death. more

Generate Velocity Through Yoga

"YOGA" with physical benefits as asserted by many is an ancient Indian traditional discipline of joining body and mind through various disciplines of meditation. Yoga is a Sanskrit word, deriving from a verb meaning “to yoge” or “to join.” more

Centre scans doctors’ accountability

Union Health Minister Harsh Bardhan has given a clarion call to the doctors to recover the glory of the medical profession. He made it clear that a section of doctors are presently under scanner of the government. more

A golden year for Indian zoologists

2012 may be called the golden year for the zoologists associated with the Zoological Survey of India. Over 130 new animal species, including a flightless bird and 19 species of fish, have been discovered for the first time in the world by scientists of the Zoological Survey of India in one year. more

Nanogenerator to empower pacemaker

Encouraging news for the heart patients. In near future generator can supply power to ensure smooth functioning of cardiac pacemaker. Chinese scientists have recently developed a nanogenerator which can power a cardiac pacemaker with electricity generated by a patient's breathing. more

Preventive vaccine for Ebola soon!

When World Health Organization (WHO) has termed Ebola epidemic an international health emergency, British pharma company Glaxo Smith Kline is gearing for introducing a preventive vaccine to combat the situation. more

Scientists changed butterfly colours

It’s really a groundbreaking work. Scientists have proved it possible by virtue of their unbelievable efforts. Through prolonged research they have changed the colour of butterfly wings - the first such structural change in an animal by influencing evolution. more

Protect your teeth from soft drinks

If your kid likes to have soft drinks regularly, this is the high time to say no. Because, research report reveals that drinks high in acidity combined with night-time tooth more

Golden adventure by little chaps

Obviously it may be termed adventure. But, in reality it is something more than an adventure. Four primary school boys recently took part in an exciting archaeological dig in Britain and successfully unearthed a 4,300-year-old golden object. more

Think before weight loss surgery

Think twice before undergo any weight loss surgery. It may lead to a lot of serious complications in future. Actually the surgery seemed the answer to our obesity epidemic for patients who couldn’t lose weight through diet and lifestyle changes. more

Global agony over Ebola

While West Bengal in India is facing a challenge posed by the Japanese encephalitis, West Africa is struggling hard against the deadly Ebola virus. Both America and Russia expressed deep concern over the growing attack of Ebola. more

Clouded Leopard clicked in India’s Buxa Tiger Reserve

The clouded leopard, one of the rare and vulnerable cats in the world, has been photographed in Buxa Tiger Reserve in the northern part of India’s west Bengal state. Official sources said a clouded leopard had been photographed in the tiger reserve almost after a decade. more

Center’s annoyance over Delhi deer park

Delhi has been witnessing a tug of war between the Central Zoo Authority and A N Jha Deer Park management at Hauz Khas. As a result, CZA has issued a licence cancellation notice to A N Jha Deer Park, run by Delhi Development Authority. more

Evening activity indicates insomnia

About eleven percent of the teenagers are suffering from insomnia in most countries. And teens who are active in the evenings are more likely to suffer depression and insomnia. more

Farmer’s son selected for international award

Deep passion for scientific research opens the international avenue for him. Dr. Anil Patel, member of a farmer family from Chattisgarh, will be conferred the prestigious Young Scientist Award 2013. more

Orissa girls to attend safety training

Orissa police will arrange classes for the school girls to teach them how to protect themselves against molestations or harassments. Taking lessons from several untoward incidents across the country, particularly in Bangalore, the police authority in Bhubaneswar appears to be unwilling to waste time any more. more

Have tree nuts, stop heart disease

The old concept has been changed. Modern study reveals, tree nuts can stall heart disease, strokes and diabetes. more

Pre-diabetes, no clinical value

The World Health Organization is unwilling to recognize the term ‘pre-diabetes’. The reason behind discouraging the term is to avoid any stigma associated with the word diabetes and the reality that many people do not progress to diabetes at all as the term implies. more

First vaccine against malaria!

“World’s first vaccine against malaria” is all set to be introduced in the market. The vaccine which seeks regulatory approval from the competent authority has been termed “pretty good” malaria vaccine. more

Salman for ailing children

Clap, clap, and clap your hands to wish Salman Khan. Bollywood superstar is going to stand firmly by 100 children, suffering from heart disease more

Running reduces risk of death

You need not waste much of your time or energy. Just spend a few minutes to prevent cardiovascular disease. more

Strong memory needs sound sleep

Are you suffering from sleep disorder? Immediate go to the doctor’s chamber or take the help of a psychological counselor. more

Initiatives to protect Asiatic Cheetahs

The news is obviously alarming. The total number of tigers across the world has been reduced to 3000 from 3200 in a year. more

Walk to increase creativity

If you want to enhance your creativity, take walk regularly. It may be morning walk or evening walk, but you need to cover a reasonable distance on foot. more

Acupuncture to get new dimension

Steps have been initiated in China to give a modern look on the traditional Acupuncture Therapy. A total of 18 medical protocols for acupuncture and moxibustion were issued recently to make the centuries-old traditional therapies align with modern medicine. more

Intensify movement against Hepatitis

The whole world will raise voice against Hepatitis on Monday to mark World Hepatitis Day. Perhaps it is needless to mention that Hepatitis is termed one of the top four communicable diseases in the world, with someone contracting the potentially fatal liver condition every 10 seconds. more

The Water Lily festival of the Philippines

The festival started with an environmental project in 2005 and led to the establishment of the Water Lily Weaving Centre in the city. She said the city’s water lily industry has gone a long way to promote the livelihood of residents. Before turning water lilies into a source of livelihood for Las Piñas residents, the flowers clogged the river, contributing to massive flooding. more

Camera trapping of tigers shows encouraging results

The use of camera traps in 44 tiger reserves across India may provide encouraging facts during the 2014 tiger census in the country. more

Yoga can combat anxiety disorder

Anxiety is a common phenomenon in human being. It means feelings of fear, tension or dread. If such feelings become very intense and persist for long periods of time, they can produce harmful effects. Such anxiety disorders may take several turns any time. more

Seedless juicy mango for you

You have every right to doubt it. You may term the idea absurd. But, it is true. Researchers have proved it. Indian scientists have recently developed a seedless mango which is finely textured and juicy, with a rich, sweet and distinctive flavour when mature. The entire credit goes to the Horticulture department of Bihar Agriculture University in Bhagalpur. more

Niraja can’t forget

You have every right to doubt it. You may term the idea absurd. But, it is true. Researchers have proved it. Indian scientists have recently developed a seedless mango which is finely textured and juicy, with a rich, sweet and distinctive flavour when mature. The entire credit goes to the Horticulture department of Bihar Agriculture University in Bhagalpur. more

Aliens to be found within two decades: NASA

We may no longer be alone in the universe. Several worlds in the galaxy may hold alien life. NASA is optimistic and expects to find the first inhabited planet other than the Earth within next 20 years. more

Bird-lovers’ paradise in crisis

The bird-lovers’ paradise in Delhi is facing a major pollution threat. The spontaneous gathering of the migratory birds in and around the sanctuary has been recorded a substantial decrease in the last couple of years. more


German midfielder Mesut Özil has won the Brazilian hearts when he decided to donate his World Cup winnings for surgery of 23 children in Brazil. more

Where choreography mingles seven rivers

Hindus in India as well as in any part of the world recite a certain litany of Sanskrit verses for conducting any religious ceremony, ritual or celebration. more

India celebrates the festival of Lord

India is described as a land of many religions and diverse languages. It can be described as a land of festivals as well. Some festivals are observed throughout the country whereas others have specific regional associations. more

Dakshinee upholds cultural heritage

Dakshinee, the cultural heritage institute practicing, upholding and spreading Tagore’s music was founded in 1948 by Late Suvo Guha Thakurta. more

Academy to reflect passion for music

A fine mixture of song, dance and instruments make up what we call as music. In a Bengali household training in any of these forms becomes almost necessary since childhood. more

Contribute to protect your environment

Have you heard about the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle? You too can do your bit to protect the environment, if you learn the meaning of these simple words, and pledge to implement them in your daily life. more

Deepika breaks the world record

The world record breaker doesn’t believe in the term ‘Complacent’. Deepika wants to get into research and is aiming for Nobel Prize in the future. more

Joint venture to protect rare birds

The centre and the state government of Gujarat have initiated a joint venture to protect the Great Indian Bustard, the nice looking endangered species of bird. A conservation and breeding centre for the bird is going to be constructed in Kutch. According to a spokesman of the state forest department, once the project is finalized it will take around six months to be completed. But, scientific studies and analysis required for the conservation may take a few months more. more

Drug to erase painful memories

It’s quite natural that human being wants to forget the painful memories of life, but it happens to be very tough in reality. If a person can really overcome the memories of dark days he or she may lead a harmonious life. Now any one can raise the question, is it possible at all? more

Bengali scientists achieve excellence

Not one or two, but 13 scientists from Bengal have made to the list of the highly esteemed annual honours given by Indian National Science Academy (INSA). more

Ideal parenting needs proper training

Harmonious development of child largely depends on the art of parenting. If the parents fail to feel the pulse of their children, so many adverse affects may hamper the natural growth and intellectual development of the offspring. more

Mesut Ozil

Mesut Ozil was born on October 15, 1988. He is a German footballer. He plays for Premier League club Arsenal and the German national team. more

Child Obesity

“Look, I am growing mummy”, A very popular tag line of a health drink. When kids are growing, simultaneously parent’s tension is increasing about their proper nutrition. more

Avert Heart Disease

Don’t make yourself too much dependent on lift. Because a lift-shabby person is said to be more vulnerable than a stair-climber in view of the possibility of heart disease. A latest research suggests that climbing stairs is considered to be one of the best ways to burn up calories and strengthen your heart. According to a British survey report, climbing stairs is directly involved with reduced risk of heart diseases. more

Dakshin Kolkata Sansad

Standing proud at Kolkata’s posh Deshapriya Park, Dakshin Kolkata Sansad better known as DKS is an 86 year old sports club with many feathers in its cap. more

2014, the year of El Nino

El Nino or ‘the Christ Child’ is back and is expected to affect the monsoons in India in a big way in 2014, predicts the Meteorological Department of India. more

Monkey-troop in Chinese air force

The Chinese air force has deployed an army of monkeys to tackle the bird menace, a constant headache for the Chinese air force. Birds have posed problems to Chinese fighter planes while take-offs and emergency landings for quite some time. more

New Software to detect autism

The researchers of US have developed a new software that can help spot behavioral markers of autism in infants. It is capable of tracking and recording the infants’ activity during videotaped autism screening test. The scientists of Duke University conducted the research. more

Mini dialysis device for the children

Undoubtedly it’s a great invention!

Researchers have developed a miniature kidney dialysis machine capable of treating the smallest babies , which has been successfully used for the first time to treat a newborn baby with multiple organ failure. more

Astronomers discover deepest shadow

Astronomers have found a bizarre super-dense dust cloud some 16,000 light years away, using NASA's Spitzer space telescope. more

Earthquake: A threat to Indian cities

A mild earthquake rattled the Kolkata, Bhubaneshwar, Ranchi, Gaya and Chennai on Wednesday night. more

A Floral Tribute to Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Children do you know, which great son of India, was born today? We will give you a clue. He is also known as ‘The Father of Indian Renaissance’. Any guesses? more


A dream on its way to reality. A US company is planning to introduce a high-tech flying bike in 2017 which is designed to carry two people up to a height of 10ft and reach speeds of up to 72 kmph. more


Anger is quite natural in human being. It has some positive aspects also. But, anger appears to be alarming when it exceeds the limit. Therefore, one should exercise control over anger in the early stage of life. If a child starts realizing the negative outcome of the over anger, he or she is expected to exercise restrain to prevent the danger in future. more

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Mark Rooney was born in Croxteth, Liverpool to Jeanette Marie and Thomas Wayne Rooney. He is of Irish descent and was brought up as a Roman Catholic with younger brothers Graham and John. All three attended Our Lady and St Swithin's primary school and the De La Salle Humanities College. He grew up supporting Everton. more

A Poem That Combats Pollution

It may be termed as a joint venture of science and arts to combat the air pollution. It appears to be unbelievable that the main weapon to curb the pollution is nothing but a poem. But this is true. The name of the poem is ‘In Praise of Air’, that is printed on material containing a formula which can purify its surroundings. more

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, popularly known as Cristiano Ronaldo, is a Portuguese footballer. He plays as a forward for Spanish club Real Madrid. He is also the captain of the Portugal national team. more

Success Needs Leadership Quality

Leadership quality is considered to be one of the primary factors to achieve success in life. Usually it starts growing in the childhood and takes a reasonable shape at the end of the teen age. In view of the personality development among the children and adolescents leadership quality plays a vital role. more

Lionel Messi, THE ‘SUCCESSOR’ of Maradona

Lionel Andrés Messi is an Argentine footballer, who plays as a forward for Spanish club FC Barcelona and the Argentina national team. He is the captain of his country's national football team. more

Conservation of Red Panda, A Big Challenge

The rapid disappearance of Red Panda happens to be a matter of serious concern for the zoologists . The wild life lovers also express their annoyance over the way the problem is being handled. However, the government is noticed to have taken some positive steps to protect this endangered species. First of all special emphasis is being given on the rapid reproduction and simultaneously strong action has been initiated to curb the poachers. more

Modi Reaches The Desired Goal

Narendra Damodardas Modi hits the target and guides his party to a landslide victory.

The Chief Minister of Gujarat is all set to be the Prime Minister of the country. The long path was not smooth at all. But he knows how to overcome the hurdles. more

Know Your World CUP, 2014 Footballer

Neymar da Silva Santos Junior was born to Neymar da Silva, Sr. and Nadine Santos in Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo, Brazil. He inherited his name from his father, who is a former footballer and became his son's advisor as Neymar's talents began to grow. Growing up, Neymar combined his love for the game with street football .He is commonly known as Neymar. more


A successful experiment and at the same time a major step towards low cost air travel. The name of the small flight is ‘E-Fan’ which is the world's first airplane completely powered by electricity carried its first flight at an airport near Bordeaux in southwestern France recently, and could prove to be a key step towards greener, quieter and cheaper air travel. Manufactured by Toulouse-based Airbus, E-Fan measures little more than 19 feet which makes slightly more noise than a hairdryer. more


Believe it or not, according to the World Health Organization our city of pride Delhi is the most polluted city in the world when it comes to air quality.A team of WHO conducted a study in this regard recently and released the alarming report. more


The effect of TV violence on children is one of the most studied issues during last four decades. Over a thousand academic studies have been completed, with remarkably consistent results: media violence makes our kids more aggressive, less patient, and more fearful of the world around them. Watching violence desensitizes children to actual acts of violence. This is true even of cartoon violence, even in cartoon classics such as ‘Tom & Jerry’. Live action shows, which show more realistic and disturbing depictions of violence, have a more dramatic effect, particularly on younger children. more

Indian weightlifters shine in Glasgow

India began their Commonwealth Games campaign in Glasgow in a golden way with two weightlifters earning the laurel for the country.

The gold hunt started with glorious victory of Manipuri girls Sanjita Khumukcham in the women’s 48kg weightlifting competitions at the Clyde Auditorium. Her compatriot Mirabai Chanu Saikhom won the silver medal.

India consolidated their position when weightlifter Sukhen Dey bagged the gold in the men’s 56kg category. Compatriot Ganesh Mali won the bronze in the same category.

With 2 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze India are in fourth position in the medal tally at the end of the Day One behind England, Australia and host Scotland.

England maintained its dominance with 6 gold medals, 7 silver medals and 4 bronze medals. Australia is on second spot with 5 gold medals. Host Scotland stood at the third position with 4 gold medals.

India bagged one bronze medal as Kalpana Thoudam won her match in Women’s 52 kg category in judo. Indian judoka Navjot Chana won the silver medal in the Men’s Judo 60kg category. Earlier Judoka Shushila Likmabam won the silver medal in the women’s 48 kg.

India has always shown prime form at the Commonwealth Games and a lot is expected from the contingent of 215 athletes. Indian contingent is the second largest contingent at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. The Indian side boasts of some heavyweight names in the side from major sporting events like boxing, shooting, badminton and wrestling.

The country wise medals table for the 20th Commonwealth Games are here:

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 England[ENG] 6 7 4 17
2 Australia[AUS] 5 3 7 15
3 Scotland[SCO] 4 3 3 10
4 India[IND] 2 3 2 7
5 Canada[CAN] 2 1 1 4
6 New Zealand[NZL] 1 0 2 3
7 Malaysia[MAL] 0 1 1 2
8 Cyprus[CYP] 0 1 0 1
8 Wales[WAL] 0 1 0 1
10 South Africa[RSA] 0 0 2 2
11 Ghana[GHA] 0 0 1 1
11 Nigeria[NGR] 0 0 1 1
11 Northern Ireland[NIR] 0 0 1 1
TOTAL 20 20 25 65

Generate Velocity Through Yoga

Biswanath Haldar || Yoga and Reiki healer

"YOGA" with physical benefits as asserted by many is an ancient Indian traditional discipline of joining body and mind through various disciplines of meditation. Yoga is a Sanskrit word, deriving from a verb meaning “to yoge” or “to join.” more

Niraja can’t forget
has exceptional memory

Niraja has exceptional memory.Niraja Nidhi Gupta may be called a tiny talent from Hyderabad. Six-year-old Niraja’s memory is really exceptional... more