Pain response can be 'shaped' subconsciously

A new study has revealed that subconscious learning can shape pain responses.

Wolves more tolerant than dogs

A new study has refuted the myth of tolerant dogs and aggressive wolves.

Won't let religious groups incite violence overtly or covertly, PM Modi tells Christians

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Tuesday, strongly asserted that his government’s commitment to ensure equal respect to all religions in India.

President asks youngsters to practise tolerance, reject divisive agenda

President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday said that Indians should "collectively preserve" the country's core values of pluralism and secularism while youngsters should be imparted a "greater sense" of tolerance so that they may summarily reject any "divisive agenda".

Blame your genes for low tolerance of pain

Researchers may have identified key genes linked to why some people have a higher tolerance for pain than others

Tolerance, harmony required for peaceful society: J&K Governor

Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN
Vohra on Monday stressed the need for promoting tolerance and
harmony to lay the foundation of a peaceful society.

Hillary urges more tolerance, less extremism

US secretary of state says dangerous extremism can exist in many societies.

Can learn from Indian example of harmony: US

At a time when nations around
the globe are losing ground to extremism, India`s tradition of
tolerance and its management of a large and diverse society
can be an important learning ground.

UN demands European tolerance towards immigrants

The UN chief warns of the danger posed by a new policy of polarisation.

UN chief urges tolerance to combat polarisation

Ban Ki-moon urges UN members to show mutual respect to bring world together.

India should have zero tolerance to Hindutva terror too: CPM

Demanding a thorough investigation
into terror-related cases, CPI(M) has said that the country
should display "zero tolerance" to all forms of terrorism,
including "Hindutva terrorism".

Tolerance level has gone down, High Court rues

The tolerance level of the people
has gone down, the Bombay High Court today remarked while
dealing with a petition filed by an author who is facing
criminal case for using the term `Ghati`.

Tolerance: Key to peace

The year 1995, at UNESCO’s initiative, was declared the United Nations Year for Tolerance. Every year since then 16th November is honoured as the International Day for Tolerance.

Tolerance: Key to peace

The year 1995, at UNESCO’s initiative, was declared the United Nations Year for Tolerance. Every year since then 16th November is honoured as the International Day for Tolerance.

PM asks Malaysian Muslims to learn religious tolerance

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak Monday asked the Muslims to learn the lessons of religious tolerance and mutual respect as taught by Quran.