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Why Indian students are now looking beyond the US
Tighter visa rules and bleak prospects of finding work in the US after postgraduation there has been hurting US universities.
Corners of Britain that may be forever Indian?
In 2015, the Maharashtra government acquired the North London building where Babasaheb B R Amb...
Is there a 'safe limit' for consuming alcohol during pregnancy?
There's not much research on just how little a pregnant woman could drink without harming her unborn baby.
Turns out, Princess Leia has a PhD and she got it at 19
Leia obtained her doctorate -- among other accolades -- while Luke was a 'naive farm boy'.
Types of smiles decoded: What your facial expression says about you
The smile may be the most common and flexible expression, used to reveal some emotions, cover others and manage social interactions.
Want your elderly parents to stay fit? Getting them a dog may help
Owning a dog helps older adults meet physical activity levels recommended by WHO.
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Mhairi Black of SNP is 20-year-old and youngest British MP in 300 years
A 20-year-old student representing the Scottish National Party has become Britain's youngest member of parliament in over 300 years.
Facebook can both worsen and improve mental health conditions
According to the study by Dr Keelin Howard from Buckinghamshire New University, UK, Facebook users found their paranoid, manic and depressive symptoms could worsen as well as improve.
Music entrepreneurs make folk sexy; Help artists earn recognition, livelihood
Chattopadhyay & Bhatia are two passion-driven music entrepreneurs who are helping some hidden folk music talent in the country find livelihood.
Beauty is in the spirited eye of the drinker
Understanding 'Beer Goggles', where you find people more attractive after a drink.
New technology to take cloud computing to next level
The ever-increasing demand for information and data storage will be the focus of a new centre for training researchers.
Christie's Education to allow students to explore commercial side of art-world-practice
Christie's Education announces that from October 2013 a new Master's in Art, Law & Business will begin allowing students to explore the commercial side of art-world-practice.
Four Indian Americans selected to prestigious Marshal Scholarship
Four Indian Americans have been selected to the prestigious Marshal Scholarship that will give them an opportunity to pursue higher studies at top British universities.
Students studying abroad, aspirants worst-hit by rupee slump
As rupee has weakened by about 20% since the beginning of year, overseas education costs have also gone up almost equivalently.