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Social media leads to anxiety, fear in young: Survey

Social media leads to anxiety, fear in young: Survey

Use of social networking sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter is making youngsters more anxious and fearful, a survey in the UK has found. The survey of over 10,000 young people aged 12 to 20 suggests that cyber-bullying is widespread online.

Musical play to raise funds for cancer awareness Musical play to raise funds for cancer awareness

Cervical cancer is among the top two causes of cancer-related deaths among women in India. On that account, an upcoming theatre event here will see its proceeds go for the cause of increasing awareness and knowledge about the disease.

This Madame Tussauds statue stuns visitors and the reason will leave you in SPLITS! This Madame Tussauds statue stuns visitors and the reason will leave you in SPLITS!

The world famous Madame Tussauds museum is home to many celebrity wax statues. From Barack Obama to Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan—Madame Tussauds has it all well placed. Every year tourists throng the museum to catch a glimpse of worldwide famous personalities in wax form and get clicked with it.

Rama Navami 2017: Spread the glory of Shri Rama with these WhatsApp messages Rama Navami 2017: Spread the glory of Shri Rama with these WhatsApp messages

Here are a few WhatsApp messages that you can send across to your friends, family and well-wishers to spread the glory of Lord Shri Rama.

Kishori Amonkar’s soulful rendition of Mira Bhai’s ‘Mharo Pranam Banke Bihari Ji’ – WATCH Kishori Amonkar’s soulful rendition of Mira Bhai’s ‘Mharo Pranam Banke Bihari Ji’ – WATCH

Here’s taking a look at Kishori Amonkar’s soulful rendition of one of the compositions of Krishna devotee Mira Bhai’s Mharo Pranam Banke Bihari Ji’.

Jodhabai was actually Portuguese, not a Rajput princess, claims book Jodhabai was actually Portuguese, not a Rajput princess, claims book

Princess Jodhabai, often referred to as one of Emperor Akbar's wives and the mother of his son Jahangir, whose life was portrayed onscreen by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Bollywood film "Jodha-Akbar", could have been a fictitious character, necessitated by convenient historical narratives during the Moghul era, a new book has claimed.

Graffiti artist in Sao Paulo paints world's largest mural Graffiti artist in Sao Paulo paints world's largest mural

One of the most internationally renowned street artists is meeting another great challenge by painting in Sao Paulo the world's largest mural, a record that he himself set last year in Rio de Janeiro.

April Fool's Day is here guys! Try these LOL ways to have a field day April Fool's Day is here guys! Try these LOL ways to have a field day

The day to 'officially' make you go LOL is here peeps! Yes, we are talking about the April Fool's Day. The first day of April is considered to the one dedicated to fooling around, playing pranks and tickling your funny bones. 

'Regal' cinema shut after 84 years, 'Sangam' called curtains for cinema lovers! 'Regal' cinema shut after 84 years, 'Sangam' called curtains for cinema lovers!

The 64-year-old Amarendra Dasari returned to Regal cinema late last night after a gap of over thirty years just to catch the last show at Delhi's iconic theatre, where the air hung heavy with nostalgia.

Academy retains PwC, takes steps to avoid another Oscars fiasco Academy retains PwC, takes steps to avoid another Oscars fiasco

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has revamped its procedures to avoid a repeat of the disastrous finale of this year's Oscar ceremony.

Ugadi 2017: Here’s how the Telugu, Kannada New Year is celebrated Ugadi 2017: Here’s how the Telugu, Kannada New Year is celebrated

Dressed in their best fineries, men, women and children decorate their homes and indulge in grand festivities.

Navreh 2017: How Kashmiri Pandits welcome New Year! Navreh 2017: How Kashmiri Pandits welcome New Year!

The first day of Chaitra (March-April) month happens to be celebrated across Jammu and Kashmir as Navreh or Kashmiri New Year. The auspicious day is widely celebrated by the Kashmiri Pandit community where people greet everyone they meet with a warm 'Navreh Mubarak' (Happy New Year)!

Not just 'Adarsh Bhartiya Nari', Sita was a warrior, says Amish Tripathi Not just 'Adarsh Bhartiya Nari', Sita was a warrior, says Amish Tripathi

Now, banker-turned-writer Amish Tripathi's upcoming book narrates the story of Hindu goddess Sita, but the author's interpretation is contrary to her depiction in popular culture.

Acne breakout in summer? Follow these simple steps Acne breakout in summer? Follow these simple steps

Use salycylic face wash and anti-acne masks to stay from acne in summer, say experts.

Prince George to attend private school that discourages best friends Prince George to attend private school that discourages best friends

Britain`s Prince George will attend a private primary school where the first rule is to "be kind" and pupils are discouraged from having best friends.

Attention young mothers! Here are a few tips for you Attention young mothers! Here are a few tips for you

Clinical psychologist and expert advisor to Baby Dove, Varkha Chulani and Mumbai-based consulting psychologist and psychotherapist Rita Khear have shared tips.

World Water Day: Five simple things you can do everyday to SAVE water World Water Day: Five simple things you can do everyday to SAVE water

Water conservation is not just the responsibility of the government and authorities.

Namami Brahmaputra theme song sung by Amitabh Bachchan, Papon unveiled Namami Brahmaputra theme song sung by Amitabh Bachchan, Papon unveiled

The theme song, both in Assamese and Hindi, has been composed by Assam's famous singer composer Angaraag Mahanta alias Papon. 

World Water Day 2017: Sudarsan Pattnaik’s sand art will inspire you to save water World Water Day 2017: Sudarsan Pattnaik’s sand art will inspire you to save water

Sudarsan Pattnaik, a Padma Shri awardee, recently made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for building the tallest sand castle. 

World Happiness Report 2017: Norway tops the list, India ranks 122 World Happiness Report 2017: Norway tops the list, India ranks 122

Other factors by which 155 countries were measured in the annual World Happiness Report are: inequality, life expectancy, GDP per capita, public trust (i.e. a lack of corruption in government and business), and social support.



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