Superstars who played safe in 2014 while youngsters made impact!
Superstars who played safe in 2014 while youngsters made impact!

Leading stars played safe in Bollywood but the young brigade cemented its position by navigating between potboilers and script-backed roles in 2014, which also heralded the arrival of female leading ladies in a big way.

Youngsters concerned over rising accidents, air quality

Over 90 percent youngsters in the country's top five metropolitan cities are concerned about the rising road accidents and air pollution levels in their cities, a survey revealed Wednesday.

Big names in Indian Super League will attract youngsters: Jerome Valcke
Big names in Indian Super League will attract youngsters: Jerome Valcke

FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke Wednesday said the presence of big stars in the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL) will lure youngsters into taking up football, helping the growth of the sport in India.

Youngsters 'self-medicate' with over-the-counter, prescription medications globally

A new study has revealed that young people frequently self-medicate with over-the-counter and prescription drugs without a doctor's order.

Louis van Gaal ready to blood Manchester United youngsters
Louis van Gaal ready to blood Manchester United youngsters

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says that he has no concerns about potentially throwing more youngsters into his squad for Saturday`s home game against West Ham United.

Botox may hinder emotional growth of youngsters: Study

The famous non-surgical cosmetic procedure Botox has a negative side to it. The wrinkle smoothing injections may affect emotional growth of young people, said experts.

Manchester United will never abandon their youth policy, says Ryan Giggs
Manchester United will never abandon their youth policy, says Ryan Giggs

Manchester United may have sold homegrown Danny Welbeck and spent over 150 million pounds ($241.88 million) on imports but they will never abandon their policy of giving youngsters a chance, Ryan Giggs said on Wednesday.

Connect to 'higher power' for purposeful life

Youngsters who regularly attend religious services and describe themselves as spiritual are less likely to experiment with drugs and alcohol, indulge in narcissism and avoid risky sexual behaviour, a study indicates.

How to keep youngsters away from hookah smoking

Combating positive perceptions of hookah use as attractive, fun and romantic, rather than focusing on the harmful components of tobacco smoke, could be key to keeping youngsters away from hookah smoking, a study suggests.

50% of 14-year-olds feel addicted to the Internet

A new survey suggests that almost half of all 14- and 15-year-olds feel they are addicted to the internet, with more than three-quarters of similarly aged pupils taking a web-enabled laptop, phone or tablet to bed at night.

Smoking linked to physical changes in youngsters` brains

A new study has revealed that young smokers may experience changes in the structures of their brains due to cigarette smoking, dependence and craving.

Amritraj conducts coaching clinic for local youngsters

Former India Davis Cup captain Vijay Amritraj on Saturday held a short clinic for local youngsters and coaching aspirants of SDAT/SAI imparting basic approach to become good players and coaches.

Afridi bats for Imran`s talent hunt project

Star all-rounder Shahid Afridi urged youngsters to come forward and take advantage of cricket talent hunt opportunity provided by provided former Pakistan captain Imran Khan which would help them to make a career in the game.

Skin blisters may lead to stroke in young

Having shingles - painful, blistering skin rashes - may increase the risk of having a stroke years later.

Facebook is `dead and buried` for young people: Study

Facebook is "dead and buried" for young people in the UK, who are moving on to "cooler things", according to a major study of social media.

Youngsters confirm ascendancy of Indian wrestling

Youngsters Amit Kumar, Bajrang and Sandeep Yadav scripted India`s best ever show in the World Championship in the absence of Olympic stars in an eventful year, during which the ancient sport successfully fought off its Olympic exclusion.

Internet, a `double-edged sword` when it comes to youngsters

Internet forums are both good and bad for people, oxford researchers have concluded.

Too much soft drink may put youngsters at risk of diabetes, heart disease

Young people consuming more than one can of soft drink daily are more likely to suffer from type 2 diabetes, heart disease or a stroke, a new study has claimed.

Youngsters warned against botox fad before turning 30

Doctors have warned that youngsters who may like to act older than their age, shouldn`t undergo using Botox and fillers until they are 30.

Bihar netas use social networking sites to woo youngsters

Politicians are increasingly using social networking sites as a tool to further their political agenda and the latest to join the bandwagon is Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.