Admissions 2015: Know India's best ranking Universities

As the admission process is in full swing, check out this survey to know which colleges/ universities are best for you!

Maharashtra govt to conduct survey of cooperative societies

Maharashtra government will conduct a survey of cooperative societies in the state, to zero in on societies which exist 'only on paper'.

Delhi forest, tree cover highest among metros: Survey

While increasing pollution levels may have dented its image considerably, Delhi's green cover has increased manifold over the years, gaining the distinction of being the greenest among the metros.

Varanasi residents concerned at sewage ending up in Ganga

Even as the government vigorously pursues plans to clean up the Ganga, the residents of Varanasi who took part in a survey conducted by The Energy Research Institute (TERI) said that sewage which ends up in the river constitutes a threat to its health.

Chinese watch most porn at work: Survey

When it comes to watching porn at work, the Chinese are way ahead of others.

Where you live can affect your body weight

Next time you begin house hunting, try for an upscale neighbourhood to keep your body weight in check, new research says.

Odisha administration to compile registry of migrant workers

With Kendrapara district witnessing exodus of skilled manpower, the administration has decided to carry out a comprehensive door-to-day survey to prepare a registry of migrant workers to ensure their evacuation during exigencies like Nepal quake.

Women for alone time, men for romance on V-Day: Survey

Close to 70 percent women want to spend Valentine's Day Feb 14 by themselves or with family and friends instead of a romantic jaunt with their someone special, a survey by a leading Indian matrimonial site said Thursday.

Valentine's Day: You can find love at workplace
Valentine's Day: You can find love at workplace

Can office be the place for finding love? If one goes by a survey, many workers are attracted to people who work in similar jobs as them.

Delhi to see big voter turnout: Survey

The national capital is likely to witness a voter turnout of around 72 percent in Saturday's assembly poll, an Assocham survey projected Friday.

Delhi polls: Zee News' survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats

Watch Zee News' biggest survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats just before the upcoming Assembly polls in the state.

Delhi polls: Zee News' survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats- Part 2

Watch Zee News' biggest survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats just before the upcoming Assembly polls in the state.

Delhi polls: Zee News' survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats- Part 3

Watch Zee News' biggest survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats just before the upcoming Assembly polls in the state.

Delhi polls: Zee News' survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats- Part 4

Watch Zee News' biggest survey of Delhi's 20 VVIP seats just before the upcoming Assembly polls in the state.

Watch: Delhi election daily survey on Zee News

To gauge the mood of Delhi and to assess as to who will be crowned the CM of Delhi on February 10, Zee News commissioned a survey through TALEEM Research Foundation.

Watch: Delhi election daily survey only on Zee News.

Watch: Delhi election daily survey on Zee News

To gauge the mood of Delhi and to assess as to which party may emerge as the winner on February 10, Zee News commissioned a survey through TALEEM Research Foundation.

Watch: Delhi election daily survey on Zee News.

Watch: Delhi election daily survey on Zee News

To gauge the mood of Delhi and to assess as to which party may emerge as the winner on February 10, Zee News commissioned a survey through TALEEM Research Foundation.

Watch: Delhi election daily survey on Zee News.

Majority in US expect a woman president in their lifetime: Poll

Seventy-three per cent of Americans expect to see a female president in their lifetime, even as men are expected to maintain their dominant role in business, a survey published on Wednesday said.

'About half of slums reported no change in basic amenities during 5 years preceding 2012'

Almost half of slums in India witnessed no improvement in basic amenities like washrooms, drainage, power, health, primary education and sewage during five years preceding 2012, a government survey said.

English makes big strides in China: Survey

A new survey in China has found that young Chinese professionals with higher levels of proficiency in English language are having faster career growth.