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Life will become more happier if you will become Generous

Life will become more happier if you will become Generous. Generosity makes people happier, even if they are only a little generous. People who act solely out of self-interest are less happy. Merely promising to be more generous is enough to trigger a change in our brains that makes us happier. This is what UZH

Human noise can adversely affect animal’s use of scent

  London:  Human-made noise can have a detrimental impact on an animal’s use of information from scent, thereby putting them at greater risk of being attacked by predators, new research has found. One obvious way in which human-made noise can cause animals problems is through the masking of valuable acoustic information. “What our study shows

Inter-state gang of human traffickers nabbed

  Patiala: Patiala police have recovered five minor children, abducted from here, in a swift operation from West Bengal. Punjab Police’s counterpart in West Bengal played a supportive role and arrested the gang members involved in human trafficking. Superintendent of Police (City), Daljit Singh Rana said that police launched the campign after they received a complaint

Artificial Intelligence predicts outcomes of human rights trials

London: Using Artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning technology, a team of researchers has predicted outcomes in judicial decisions at the European Court of Human Rights (EctHR) with 79 per cent accuracy. The AI method, developed by researchers from University College London (UCL), University of Sheffield and US-based University of Pennsylvania is the first to

Human trafficking case registered after 10 months

Patiala: Rajpura Police claimed to have registered a human trafficking case against one accused, but it took them more than 10-months-time to investigate the matter before booking the accused. One Ranjit Singh, son of Ram Asra, resident of Uganaa village in Rajpura Sub division, came forward with a complaint to the police on December 3, 2015

It’s human nature to judge: Sunny Leone

New Delhi: No matter how good celebrities look but they do get judged on the basis of their fashion, feels actress Sunny Leone. She says that it’s human nature to judge people on the basis of appearance. Asked if she feels celebrities are judged on the basis of their fashion, Sunny told IANS in an

Prabodh Kumar is new ADGP Human Rights

Chandigarh: Punjab government on Monday transferred one ADGP-level IPS officer. 1988-batch IPS officer Prabodh Kumar has been posted as ADGP/IVC, Human Rights. Kumar was returned to parental state Punjab after completion of his deputation in April this year. He was deployed as Joint Director Administration in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Headquarters. Earlier, he

SC to hear fresh plea on human pyramid during ‘Dahi Handi’

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today agreed to hear a fresh plea seeking to relax the cap of 20-feet height of the human pyramid fixed by it for the Dahi Handi ritual during Janmashtami festival in Maharashtra. A bench comprising justices A R Dave, U U Lalit and L Nageswara Rao said that it will

Human race facing question of survival: Karan Singh

New Delhi: Flagging the ongoing unrest inKashmir and the recent instances of caste atrocities, senior Congress leader Karan Singh has underlined the “devastating” effects of violence. Speaking at the launch of a book on non violence last night, he said, “If you still have societies which preach their children hatred for other nations or other

Iraqi officials: 91 people killed in 2 bombings in Baghdad

Baghdad: At least 91 people were killed today in two bombings in the Iraqi capital, including a large-scale attack claimed by the Islamic State group that killed 86 people among them 15 children in a central shopping district, officials said. The bombings demonstrated the extremists’ ability to mount significant attacks despite major battlefield losses, including

China starts human survival experiment for space exploration

Beijing: At least four volunteers on Friday started a 180-day living experiment in a sealed space capsule, which will test technologies that will support China’s deep-space exploration projects. The volunteers will live in a sealed capsule in Shenzhen city. Scientists hope the experiment will cast light on how oxygen, water and food can be used

US innovation, Indian human resource a win-win combo: Modi

Washington: Assuring continuity in reforms and predictable tax policies, but with a firm hand against evasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited USA Inc to invest in his country to forge a win-win partnership between American innovation and Indian human resource. Speaking at a gala hosted by the US-India Business Council here, he also called upon