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The germ preys on those with weakened immune systems and it is silently invading the globe — continent by continent.
Tradition meets science as Holi falls a day after equinox — both heralding the end of winter.
UN says that one-third of global edible food gets wasted and 56% of the wastage happens in the industrialised world. Millions in the other part of the world are starving.
Two of three cases have responded positively to the treatment for HIV. Would this be the next breakthrough in medical science research?
Next time you are not able to "perform", blame those cleaners, paints and beauty aides — they have been degrading not only your fertility but also that of your dog.
A round-up of the best aircraft that the Indian and Pakistani air forces possess.
After losing out to informed buyers in the megapixel race, smartphone makers have now jumped into a camera race.
The Zenfone Max M2 is an interesting option for buyers in the segment, and as such, is worth taking a closer look at. Here's our take on it.
If you miss the super snow moon tonight, you will have to wait for seven more years before the universe bestows another chance.
Much has been theorised about how big tech and social media have disrupted societies across the world. The aftermath of Pulwama is this theory demonstrated in practice.