Most Brits want to stay in EU: Poll

An overwhelming majority of young Brits want to remain within the EU, a new poll showed Tuesday, adding that as the euro crisis fades support for European integration is rebounding.

United States becoming 'less Christian', finds study

The United States is becoming a little less Christian, and a little more unaffiliated to any faith, a major study on the nation`s changing religious landscape suggested Tuesday.

India to have largest Muslim population by 2050: Report
India to have largest Muslim population by 2050: Report

Hindus will become the world's third largest population by 2050, while India will overtake Indonesia as the country with the largest Muslim population, according to a new study.

Only 20 percent Indians have access to Internet: Study
Only 20 percent Indians have access to Internet: Study

Only 20 per cent in India have access to the internet at least occasionally while a mere 14 per cent own a smartphone, a new study conducted across 32 emerging and developing nations has found.

India had highest level of social hostilities in 2013: Study

India had the highest level of social hostilities involving a religion and China had the most government restrictions in 2013, according to a new study by an American think-tank.

India has highest religious social hostilities: Study

India had the highest level of social hostilities involving religion in 2013, while China had the highest level of government restrictions on religious beliefs and practices, according to a new study.

Privacy could be 'a priced luxury' in 10 years, says Pew report

 A report by Pew Research Center suggests that privacy in the next ten years will be more of a luxury.

Habits of Facebook users revealed!

Facebook turns ten and a reality-check of its users reportedly points to their irksome habits like oversharing, unasked tagging and even the feeling of jealousy!

Facebook dominates in US rush to social networking

The surge into social networks is gaining pace among Americans, with Facebook dominating but with many people using multiple platforms, a study showed Monday.

Twitter key source for `mobile` news: Survey

Twitter is finding a niche among younger US adults who monitor the messaging service for news on mobile devices, a survey showed today.

Facebook becoming a key player in news: Study

Facebook is becoming a key source of news for users of the huge social network, even if people discover articles mostly by happenstance, a study showed Thursday.

`China eclipsing US as superpower but not in popularity`

More number of people across globe believes China will surpass the United States as the world`s pre-eminent superpower, a new poll has found.

Social networks act as political rallying sites: Report

A Pew Research Center report released late Wednesday indicated that online social networks have become political hotspots in the United States.

Twitter reaction doesn`t reflect public opinion: Study

A new study from the Pew Research Center has found that how people react on Twitter is often at odds with overall public opinion, leaving American news outlets presenting a skewed reality of how the public really feels.

Asian immigrants` kids better off than US population

America`s 20 million adult US-born children of Asian and Hispanic immigrants are substantially better off than their parents.

Religious violence, abuse growing: World study

Religious-linked violence and abuse rose around the world between 2006 and 2009, claims a new study.