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  1. Known to be one of the world's largest tiger habitats, India has long been struggling to keep up the numbers of tigers living within its borders. However, things seem to have taken a turn for the better. According to the 2018 'Status of Tigers in India' report issued by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) along with Wildlife Institute of India, the adult tiger population in the country has gone up and presently stands at 2,967. © Unsplash That's a significant jump from 2014 when the numbers were 2,226. The good news was shared by Indian Forest Service officer Parveen Kaswan on Twitter, who shared a hreat-warming picture of a tigress walking with her cubs in the forest. This is magical picture. Count the #cubs with #tigress. I know for a reason how few people will be elated after seeing this. Efforts are helping in making this species bounce back from verge of extinction. PC Siddharth Singh. Magical Terai. pic.twitter.com/ZIaMlUAxBj — Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) January 6, 2020 There has been a significant rise in the tiger population in the western part of Uttarakhand's Terai region and this has given animal lovers a lot of hope when it comes to the revival of the species to its former glory. I hope they all live till their old age.. i hope the forest stands strong for them. I hope the human race gives the Earth a chance. Thank you for this post, makes me realise to work for them is far more satisfying than anything else — BadamiSaheb Raoð®ð³ ðððððªð¦ð¢ð¬ð³ððð (@BadamiSaheb) January 6, 2020 Amazing, our news channels should show some good news as well. Amazing photo #India — Arunjit (@arunjitmanna) January 6, 2020 Beautiful!! So happy to see this majestic creature thrive and flourish.. — Priyanka Deshpande (@priyanka2711) January 6, 2020 What a beautiful picture! How can any fool think of killing these beautiful animals? — James Roberts (@roberts2203) January 6, 2020 Gorgeous shot. Did you take it? I imagine it's difficult managing such amazing predators in areas with pressing populations of humans. I wish we could put the $ being spend on war to protecting habitats. :( — Carolyn (@cstampeen) January 6, 2020 Tigress is healthy & reproducing.5 cubs..hope many survive till longg.Forest officials & guards are doing a good job of protecting themð — Prarthana (@westendy6_g) January 6, 2020 View the full article
  2. Education truly is an important factor in our lives. It's what shapes us, and makes us who we really are. And if we get good quality education, we have more to be grateful for! But some of our ministers happen to disagree with the quality of education we're receiving and they have their own opinions and views on how they perceive education entirely. I remember I had a friend who studied in a convent school and even though her schooling environment was quite strict and orthodox, the school emphasised on secularity quite heavily. I found that rather remarkable and engaging as kids were exposed to not just studying the Bible, but also the Bhagavad Gita, the Quran and even the Guru Granth Sahib. All festivals were celebrated equally, be it Christmas, Diwali or even Eid and I thought there was no education as fulfilling as the one my friend's school provided. But in lieu of the same, perceptions have changed and how and our authorities have actually questioned the sanctity of education provided to students by convent or missionary schools. © Twitter Union Minister of Animal Husbandry, dairy and fisheries, Giriraj Singh said that students from missionary and convent schools aren't 'sansakari' enough, as he negated the fact that they've received any form of quality education at all. According to a report by The Hindu, this is what the Union Minister said while addressing a gathering at Begusarai recently: “The students who go to missionary schools, though qualify IIT and become engineers, but when they go abroad most of them start eating beef because they do not know about our 'sanskaar' and 'sanskriti' (traditional values and culture).” If this wasn't enough, the Hindustan Times reported that Singh also made comments on how every missionary school should teach 'shlokas' (verses) from religious texts such as the Bhagvat Gita and the Hanuman Chalisa as a sure shot way to resolve the 'problem'. © BCCL Well, as shocking as this statement may sound, it's actually now a normal occurrence and expectancy from the current government. Their constant absurd statements to promote Hindu ideology has become a part and parcel of how the government actually functions. But even so, Twitter didn't take this statement sitting down and people reacted in the funniest way to what our beloved Union Minister had to say about 'quality' education in the country. Don't tell Giriraj Singh. ð Enjoy! — Suvendu Rout (@suvendu_bapu) January 4, 2020 Is Giriraj Singh paying for what Indians are eating abroad https://t.co/44ZrkhVqOP — sanjoy adhikari (@sanjoy1110) January 3, 2020 Children who study in missionary schools lack 'sanskaar' - Giriraj Singh Advani ji studied in St Patrick's High School, Karachi! — Rashid Hussain (@koolrash2002) January 3, 2020 So the biggest concern this government has is indians eating beef..this is what we have come to...the cow is holier than thou!Indians abroad eating beef, a matter of concern, says Union Minister Giriraj Singh | City - Times of India Videos https://t.co/nJofQ3UbHj — Rana (@Rana52762809) January 3, 2020 Of course it's a matter of concern. Why are Indians going abroad? Only to eat delicious beef steaks? #GirirajSingh — Hubert D S Fernandes (@Hubert75000680) January 3, 2020 Very bad, Howdies! Preaching to Indians from foreign shores and then sneaking off to eat beef. Good that Giriraj Singh has called out the hypocrisy of Howdies! https://t.co/HzbN1jW5aK — Rohini Singh (@rohini_sgh) January 2, 2020 By the way we are second largest exporter of Beef After Brazil. We are only sending that beef for our NRIs. — Sakshi Joshi (@sakshijoshii) January 2, 2020 Do our food and education choices really define how 'sanskari' we are? Well, given the current situation, I believe they really do! View the full article
  3. ISLAMABAD: People who walk to work are around 40 per cent less likely to have diabetes as those who drive, according to a new study.Researchers at Imperial College London and University College London examined how various health indicators related...
  4. If you have a pet you'd often hear your friends and people call you 'crazy', only because they hear you talk to it often enough. It comes naturally when you see an animal, really. Those who have pets at home can actually communicate with any animal willingly, without feeling foolish about it, knowing they probably can't have a dialogue with them. © TOI Usually, you command the pet, while teaching them basic etiquette around the house. From their morning walks to their meals, everything is a routine that they ardently follow, only because they have the cognisance to understand their training and their way of living. Through these mundane things, they've already formed a bond with you. They tell you when they need to poop, eat or even sleep, just like a child would. Since there is a close level of proximity formed between you and the pet, it's easy to say that talking to your pet should actually come by default. And it really does. Even though you may think your pet doesn't quite understand what you say to him or her most times, he or she actually picks up on cues and listens to what you're saying. Whether you're discussing life issues, talking about life, likes and the Universe or telling them how much you love them, they listen and understand everything. © DogExpress The good news is that a recent study concluded that people who do talk to their pets or any animal frequently are smart and intelligent people, and there is no denying that! As per the study, conducted by the University of Chicago, researchers claim that talking to animals or an inanimate object has been seen as a sign of absolute insanity or stupidity for ages, but in reality, it's an actual reflection of our brain's greatest ability. It also shows a higher sense of emotional intelligence (EQ), prevalent in a person to generate empathy and compassion for another species altogether. The researchers also shared that talking to a pet is part of a concept called 'anthropomorphism'. Anthropomorphism is a very interesting concept. It's talking to an animal, inanimate objects or other life forms with humanistic emotions, traits or intention. The study states: “Anthropomorphism describes the tendency to imbue the real or imagined behaviour of nonhuman agents with human-like characteristics, motivations, intentions, or emotions.” © Bollywood life Researchers also claim that anthropomorphism makes humans uniquely smart creatures. Which indeed is true because we're the only species that can generate a level of emotional intelligence no other species can, which gives us the ability to understand another life form or an object on another level altogether. Another study conducted at Harvard said the same thing about human intelligence while they talk to animals. The study titled 'Cuteness And Disgust: The Humanizing and Dehumanizing Effects of Emotion', also says that people who prefer the company of their pets and talk to them often enough are considered as more intelligent than the rest. © Twitter Most times, dogs to act in accordance with your word as opposed to gestures you ask them to do. It makes them a lot smarter too, trying to figure out what you're saying and not what you're asking them to do. Apart from making one smarter, talking to your pet is also therapeutic and it should be done more often than not. Be it a street animal or a pet dog, the next time you get into a conversation with them and people around you judge you for it, remember you're smarter, more evolved and highly intelligent than all of them put together! View the full article
  5. A woman is silhouetted at Canary Wharf business district in London, Britain, May 1, 2007. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/FilesLONDON: The number of women directors at top UK companies increased in 2019 but more is needed to correct an overall gender...
  6. Out of all the facts known to humankind, we're going to unravel the most disturbing yet alarming one, all at once. The average Indian brain is smaller in height, width and volume, in comparison with the western or eastern part of the world. Yes, you read that right. Although the irony is that Indian doctors and engineers are in high demand in western countries, we still have a small brain. I guess we know how to make some 'big' use of it! © Business Line This research came to light when the conclusion of the first ever 'Indian Brain Atlas' created by the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad (IIT-H) was conducted where the size, width and volume of the brain determined was smaller in size. According to a research team led by Professor Jayanthi Sivaswamy from the Centre of Visual Information Technology, these differences in size, shape and volume are more structural, like the volume of the hippocampus, a brain structure embedded deep in the temporal lobe of each cerebral cortex. © Atlas Obscure The Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) template, which was designed for brain related ailments, has been constructed using Caucasian brain and hence it wasn't ideal to analyse brain differences in the Indian population. "As Indian brains are smaller in size when compared to MNI, the difference in scans can look alarming and lead to misdiagnosis. There is clear evidence based on the study that it is desirable to build a larger atlas as it is important to understand structurally what is normal. This would help catch several brain conditions early on." Jayanthi said in an interview with Times of India. She even said Chinese and Korean templates were created as well but nothing matched the India-specific population. That's why a team was specially assembled to create India's first ever brain-atlas, specific to Indian origins and genes. The team consisted of 50 individuals and was gender neutral. The atlas was obviously validated against other atlases for various populations. © YouTube "The differences in height, width and volume are found even at the structural level, such as in the volume of the Hippocampus and so on. But overall IBA 100 is more comparable with Chinese and Korean Atlases , than the distant Caucasian one. She also added this mapping will help in diagnosing dementia and Alzheimer's as they're associated with atrophy of the hippocampus." Jayanthi further added. © Outlook India So, even though IITians discovered Indians have a smaller brain compared to the Caucasians, Koreans and the Chinese, we've still managed to do bigger things and not let the size of our brain get in the way. View the full article
  7. Break ups are bad and seemingly the one advice you always get post your break up, is keeping your distance from your ex-girlfriend. Have you heard your friends always tell you "whatever you do bro, just don't hook up with your ex, move on man"? Well, that advice is valid and legit only because you want to forget the past and move forward and maybe give someone else a chance. But there is a lingering feeling deep inside you, which probably still connects to your ex, and it's kinda inevitable and there is nothing you can do to contain that feeling really. © MensXP There may come a time where you will bump into your ex at a party or a bar, and if you haven't seen each other for long, you'll either ignore each other's respective presence or rekindle long lost conversations. Most likely, it's the latter and sometimes, those conversations could bring about latent feelings and the sexual pleasure you both derived from each other. Yes, sleeping with an ex is as common as the common cold and many of us indulge in it, and feel either ashamed or angry the next day or know for a fact that feelings for them still remain. But what if I told you, sleeping with an ex is not that bad, after all? Yes, you read that right. According to some recent research from Wayne State University, having *** with your ex might not be such a bad idea, in fact, the research argues that it may even be a 'good' idea. © MensXP The study was conducted in two parts and it analysed the daily experiences and activities of 113 individuals who'd recently broken up or were going through a break-up. Two months after the break-up, they were given a questionnaire to fill. The questionnaire asked if they'd tried to have physical contact with their ex and if they were emotionally attached to them and how they felt, every day, after they'd had some form of physical contact with their ex. The second part was somewhat similar, where 372 participants were asked to take a survey, which asked them similar questions about physical contact with their ex's and their level of attachments with them. The result was quite fascinating actually. Rather than expecting that sleeping with an ex is emotionally turbulent and can leave feelings to linger on, hindering your ability to move on, while prolonging the heartbreak, the researchers found that sleeping with an ex really didn't stop the day-today healing process. The participants who pined after their exes were more likely to have *** with them and even after that they didn't feel heartbroken or emotionally stunted, or even upset. In fact, hooking up with their ex, left them feeling more positive, every day. © MensXP "This research suggests that societal handwringing regarding trying to have *** with an ex may not be warranted. The fact that *** with an ex is found to be most eagerly pursued by those having difficulty moving on, suggests that we should perhaps instead more critically evaluate people's motivations behind pursuing *** with an ex." - the lead researcher, Stephanie Spielmann said in an interview with an international publication. But that being established, it's always necessary to know where you stand with your feelings and your emotions. There may have been research conducted to establish that *** is good with the ex but more often than not, it's subjective. If you feel mangled up and distraught after any form of physical contact with them or if you feel that physical intimacy with an ex acts as a deterrent for you to move on successfully, then you have to weigh your decision well. But if you think like the rest of the subjects from the research, your feelings are intact and you feel good about it, then, of course, go for it. But remember, don't have any expectations. if you're sleeping with an ex, in order to win them back, it may lead to more complications later and leave you more heartbroken than before!
  8. There are times in the evidence-based fitness industry when a certain study does the rounds and makes a bold claim of a certain legal compound or drug proving to be as efficient as anabolic androgenic steroids to increase muscle mass or make a person lose body weight. The HMB study was one such dubious study which did the rounds last year. A week ago, another such study has come to the surface where it has shown that Sildenafil has been touted as potentially anabolic as 200 mg shot of Testosterone for muscle building. Study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4076819/ What Is Sildenafil? The Active Compound In The Blue Pill We Know As Viagra © Pinterest So does Viagra really have as much potential as a 200 mg shot of testosterone for muscle building? Whenever such a study makes the rounds, it is always better to get into as much detail as possible before you start supplementing or investing in any such supplements or muscle aids. Though the spike in muscle protein synthesis is impressive, as you can see in the above table, there are a few pointers which raise skepticism about the findings of this study. 1. The sample size and the period of the study. This study had 11 men and the duration of the study lasted only 15 days with the placebo vs. Viagra ingestion only lasted on an average of 8 days. 2. The average age of the men in the study. The placebo group had an average age of 44 ± 9 and the group that received Sildenafil was 55 ± 11. 3. Higher BMI and body fat ranges. The average BMI was 26.5 and the average body fat percentage was 30 to 33%. 4. The study only looked at mixed muscle protein synthesis. Not myofibril muscle protein synthesis where the actual answer would be found as to if Viagra does have any benefits in terms of muscle building. 5. You see similar increases in muscle protein synthesis on consumption of adequate protein alone. Now when you put things into context, though the study shows some significant increases in muscle protein synthesis, a few questions need to be answered: © Pinterest 1. What if the control group was changed? Would it change the impact of the Sildenafil? 2. What if you compare the spike in muscle protein synthesis to that of subjects who have an adequate protein consumption alone? 3. How long did the elevation in muscle protein synthesis last? Especially when you compare it with testosterone as testosterone spikes muscle protein synthesis lasts for days. 4. What if this study was replicated in healthier men or better, men who watch their diet and engage in regular resistance training as well? 5. Does it have any direct implication on myofibril muscle protein synthesis? All these questions need answering before a conclusive yes or a no as to does Sildenafil actually help with muscle building or not? And again, Viagra has been shown to have certain side effects as well which could impact certain individuals. Though the study shows some promising data and opens the doors for more controlled studies to be done in this area, the current body of evidence does not point towards benefits in terms of muscle growth. So do not yet go popping the pill before the workout as it may or may not have any confirmed benefits on muscle growth but it can definitely lead to some awkward moments at the gym. Author bio: Pratik Thakkar is the co-founder and director of GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company. He is regarded as someone who will make it easy for you to understand the process by putting things in the right context and providing science-based recommendations for natural bodybuilding. You can reach out to him at pratik@getsetgo.fitness and follow him on Instagram and Facebook.
  9. A group of teens check their smartphones outside a museum in Washington in April 2015 - a new study suggests excessive phone use could be linked to a "modest" but significant rise in symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)....
  10. US President Donald Trump. Photo: ReutersUS President Donald Trump is by far the most followed world leader on Twitter, with the Pope trailing him by some 4.5 million followers, a study showed Tuesday.The number of Trump's followers has "more than...
  11. Air pollution contributed to 3.2 million new cases of diabetes globally in 2016, the study found. Photo: AFPPARIS: Air pollution caused one in seven new cases of diabetes in 2016, according to a US study, which found even low levels raised the...
  12. Based on data from more than 3,800 centenarians in Italy, researchers found the risk of death slows, and even plateaus, above age 105. Photo: AFP Has the maximum lifespan for a human already been reached? Maybe not, said a study of Italian...
  13. Representational image. Photo: FileEven if marriage is sometimes more a bed of nails than roses, living into old age with a partner may help ward off heart disease and stroke, researchers said Tuesday.A sweeping survey of research conducted over...
  14. Representational image. Photo: FileJust 13.9 per cent of the US population smokes cigarettes, according to a US government report published on Tuesday which said the American smoking rate has reached "the lowest level ever recorded".The findings by...
  15. The Reuters Institute report, which covers 37 countries in five continents, found that the use of social media for news fell by six percentage points in the United States compared to last yearLONDON: News consumption is increasingly shifting from...
  16. By the end of this century, less water and hotter air will combine to cut average yields of vegetables -- which are crucial to a healthy diet -- by nearly one-third, said the report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Photo:...
  17. Photo: fileISLAMABAD: A new study has shown that severely obese patients undergoing weight loss surgery are more likely to have increased fracture risks both before and after the surgical procedure.The study, published in the journal The BMJ,...
  18. In this file photo taken on July 12, 1998 French players jubilate after winning the 1998 World Cup final vs Brazil, 12 July at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis.Photo: AFP 1LAGOS: Football fans will cheer on their teams at the World Cup finals...
  19. An operating room is shown at the newly constructed Kaiser Permanente San Diego Medical Center hospital in San Diego, California April 17, 2017. Photo: Reuters CHICAGO: Lynch syndrome, a rare hereditary disease typically associated with an...
  20. Niger is the country in which children face the biggest threats from conflict, poverty and discrimination, Save the Children says. Photo: AFPMore than half of the world's children are threatened by conflict, poverty or sexual discrimination, Save...
  21. A computer was better than human dermatologists at detecting skin cancer in a study that pitted human against machine in the quest for better, faster diagnostics, researchers said. Photo: AFP/Getty Images1A computer was better than human...
  22. Still looking for the secret to effortless weight loss? It may be as simple as chewing gum while walking, Japanese researchers suggested on Saturday. Photo: filePARIS: Still looking for the secret to effortless weight loss? It may be as simple as...
  23. A child undergoes a medical checkup. Photo: Centre for Peace, Security and Developmental StudiesPakistan ranks 154th among 195 countries in terms of quality and accessibility of healthcare, behind its South Asian counterparts Bangladesh, India and...
  24. Researchers found that Stradivari violins, such as this one once owned by French violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer, were designed to emulate female voices. Photo: AFP WASHINGTON: Music historians have long suspected that the inventors of the violin...
  25. Representational image. Photo: AFPMusic historians have long suspected that the inventors of the violin wanted to imitate the human voice, and a study out Monday shows how 16th to 18th century luthiers in Italy did it.Researchers at National Taiwan...
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