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Sigmund Freud’s hysteria theory backed by patients’ brain scans
Tue, Feb 18 2014. 09 35 AM

Sigmund Freud’s hysteria theory backed by patients’ brain scans

Scientists find psychological stress may be to blame for unexplained physical symptoms, including paralysis and seizures
Prolonged inflation mutes consumer spending, says report
Tue, Feb 04 2014. 11 26 PM

Prolonged inflation mutes consumer spending, says report

Consumers have been postponing major purchases over the past 12 months in response to the prolonged inflation, says report
India ranks 2nd in consumer confidence in Q4: Nielsen
Sun, Feb 02 2014. 05 22 PM

India ranks 2nd in consumer confidence in Q4: Nielsen

Consumer confidence score for India in the fourth quarter was at 115 compared to 112 in the previous quarter
Delhi says air pollution ‘not as bad’ as Beijing after smog scrutiny
Wed, Jan 29 2014. 07 00 PM

Delhi says air pollution ‘not as bad’ as Beijing after smog scrutiny

India’s SAFAR air monitoring agency was responding to a study by Yale University and New York Times that labelled Delhi as most polluted city
CERN scientists create antihydrogen atoms
Sun, Jan 26 2014. 06 59 PM

CERN scientists create antihydrogen atoms

The result brings scientists closer to solving the antimatter mystery
Nasa rover Opportunity finds signs Mars once had fresh water
Fri, Jan 24 2014. 01 02 PM

Nasa rover Opportunity finds signs Mars once had fresh water

Opportunity landed 10 years ago for concurrent 90-day missions to look for clues of the past existence of water
Global retailers put cost cuts over innovation: TCS study
Wed, Jan 22 2014. 10 45 PM

Global retailers put cost cuts over innovation: TCS study

Retailers often lack key resources in adopting innovation including social, mobile, analytics and cloud services (SMAC)
India’s energy demand to surpass China’s by 2035: BP
Thu, Jan 16 2014. 11 53 PM

India’s energy demand to surpass China’s by 2035: BP

The demand for energy in India will outpace each of the BRIC countries at 132% growth rate
World superpowers are in a space race to build the best GPS
Thu, Jan 16 2014. 02 42 PM

World superpowers are in a space race to build the best GPS

China, Russia, Japan and India are each working on their own satellite systems to identify locations of mobile devices on ground
Office absorption grew 35% in December quarter: report
Wed, Jan 08 2014. 09 58 PM

Office absorption grew 35% in December quarter: report

Commercial real estate demand was led by office leasing in Bangalore, Delhi NCR and Mumbai but smaller markets, like Chennai and Hyderabad, stagnated
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