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In a new study researchers have debunked the common belief that a sixth sense, also known as extrasensory perception (ESP), exists.
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Researchers have suggested that some gamers may be prone to experiencing "altered visual perceptions" of reality, which is very similar to hallucinations, after playing for hours at one time.
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India was Tuesday ranked among the world's highly corrupt nations at the 94th spot in a global list topped by Denmark and New Zealand as the cleanest, while Somalia emerged as the most corrupt.
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India was on Tuesday ranked among the world`s highly corrupt nations at the 94th spot in a global list topped by Denmark and New Zealand as the cleanest.
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The popular belief that time seems to slow down or even stop when falling in love at first sight may actually be true, a new research suggests.
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Though India was ranked at 95th position last year, the international watchdog said it has started evaluating the positions through a different formula beginning this year and hence this cannot be compared to last year's ranking.
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Even as India is home to one of the highest populations of the visually impaired, eye health is the least priority for the population here, a global survey said Wednesday.
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Some independent researchers have debunked psychic ability after being unable to find evidence supporting extra sensory perception.
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People who drink wine while listening to music perceive their tipple to have the same characteristics as the particular artist or tune they are listening to, a new study has found.
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Even feral and untrained pigeons can recognise individuals and are not fooled
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Stereotypes and preconceptions of women being fragile and lacking qualities to be effective managers are still prevailing.
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A new study has found how cultural differences shape our response to mortality.
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