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.

CPI-ML socio-economic survey shows majority families landless

 The CPI-ML on Sunday released an extensive socio-economic survey of Bihar, which shows 60.74 per cent families living in the rural areas of the state as landless and grossly deprived on human development indicators.

BJP may not get majority in Jharkhand, PDP to be largest party in J&K: Survey

BJP may fall short of majority in Jharkhand, while the opposition People's Democratic Party is projected to emerge as a single-largest party in Jammu and Kashmir, a pre-poll survey has projected.

People text while driving in spite of knowing consequences

A new survey has revealed that people text while driving, despite knowing the consequences.

New Delhi 25th fun city in the world: Survey
New Delhi 25th fun city in the world: Survey

New Delhi has been ranked 25th among the world's 'Most Fun' cities with Germany's capital Berlin topping the survey.

Women face pressure to look young: Survey
Women face pressure to look young: Survey

 Youthful, glowing skin is something that women are constantly striving for and this is the reason why one in three women feel pressure to look young, says a survey.

Maharashtra,Haryana Assembly polls: What do opinion polls say?-Part 3

What do opinion polls say about the upcoming Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections?

Maharashtra,Haryana Assembly polls: What do opinion polls say?-Part 2

What do opinion polls say about the upcoming Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections?

Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly elections: What do opinion polls say?

What do opinion polls say about the upcoming Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections?

Ways for men to look taller, leaner

 Do you think you are not tall enough? Men can accentuate their height by choosing the right length for pants or flaunting dark colours from top to bottom.

Millennials addicted to smartphones

The millennials are in awe of their smartphones, with nearly 90 percent admitting they never leave their devices during the day, says a new survey.

Women think it's not necessary to take husband's last name: Survey
Women think it's not necessary to take husband's last name: Survey

Indian traditions tell women to take their husband's last name after marriage. But a survey has revealed that the majority of Indian women think it as an unnecessary practice.

Marriage queries annoy single Indian women most: Survey
Marriage queries annoy single Indian women most: Survey

 

New Delhi: When are you getting married or why aren't you getting married -- these are questions that annoy single Indian women most, according to a survey by personalised matchmaking service Select Shaadi.

New online video takes jibe at Indian mindset on sex

Taking a jibe at the Indian mentality towards sex, a video titled "Pune on Sex" was released on online video sharing platform YouTube.

Indian men want women to propose: Survey
Indian men want women to propose: Survey

 Traditionally, it's the guys who pop the question to take a relationship forward but an increasing number of Indian men now prefer if women make the first move, according to a survey.

`Human` by `The killers` tops `weird song lyrics` list

In the recently released survey entitled `weirdest song lyrics`, the song ` Human` by ` The killers` has been declared to top the list.

Delhi, NCR face power outages for at least twice a day: Survey

With the national capital region reeling under long spells of outages, a survey has found that power cuts occurred at least twice a day and up to four hours sometimes with worst hit being Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Noida.

Women with sexy Facebook pics seen as less competent

Young women who post revealing photos on social media sites are viewed by their female peers as less physically and socially attractive and less competent to perform tasks, a new study suggests.

90% village households don`t have refrigerators

Nearly half the households in villages had a television, but only less than 10 percent owned a refrigerator in 2011-12, as per the latest government survey.

Survey to identify unsafe buildings in Cuttack

Cuttack district administration has decided to carry out a survey and identify the dilapidated and unsafe buildings in the district.