In ‘A Brief History of Time’ Professor Stephen Hawking was equivocal about the possibility of a creator, stating that finding a complete theory of the universe would allow mankind to ‘know the mind of
Have you ever met someone, discovered their name is Jennifer, and thought to yourself, "Yeah, you really look like a Jennifer." If so, new research backs you up. According to a study in the Journal of
The number of Indian students enrolled for higher education in the US has surged by 71% in just two years. In January 2014, there were 105,426 Indians studying in that country, according to data released
Plans to connect 37 rivers in India to prevent flooding and drought have been criticised for large-scale displacement and environmental destruction After four decades of debate, India’s plans to connect
In October 2015, the University of California, Irvine, announced the creation of an endowed chair—the Thakkar Family-Dharma Civilization Foundation Presidential Chair in Vedic and Indic Civilization Studies—supported
The pros at Deutsche Bank just released a handy map of monetary policy around the world in their "House View" for 2016. The market anticipates two interest-rate hikes from the Federal Reserve this year,
World One terror group killed nearly 11,000 people in 2015 — and it wasn't ISIS. While the Sunni militants in Syria and Iraq dominated the headlines in 2015, Boko Haram was killing more people than ever
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an updated national security paper describing Nato's expansion as a threat to the country. The paper says Russia's "independent domestic and foreign policy"