Burdened by rising joblessness, US President Bill Clinton wants world leaders to meet to find a solution to the vexing problem
A mathematical theory may result in an objective technique to evaluate both the comfort of a fabric and how it will behave over time
Bumble bees infected with the larvae of parasitic flies stay the night out in the cold to hinder the development of the eggs
A British firm has developed an innovative tram system as a cheap alternative for mass transport
Doctors and pharmaceutical companies have been slow to respond to growing evidence that peptic ulcers are better treated with antibiotics, rather than the traditional antacids.
International Business Machines Corp is all set to produce a line of personal computers that will be quieter and whose display monitors emit lesser radiation. IBM PC Co, a New York-based unit
AS WOMEN in Rajasthan insist on being treated by only another woman, Jagaran is making an effort to recruit women as gunis. One much sought after woman herbalist is 42-year-old Laxmi Bai of Gamana
BURDENED by repayment of its enormous external debt, the Peruvian government has been forced to cut down its budgeting for health and sanitation facilities, even though a cholera epidemic claimed
Hiroshi Nakajima's re election as WHO's director general is being challenged on grounds of high handedness.
AS THE United Nations labours to clear the mess it has been accused of creating in providing refugee relief in Somalia and in the elections and peace process in Angola, World Health
Forfeiting our commons
The Lancet’s Series on Maternal and Child Undernutrition
President Obama's grand climate plan does not add up
Climate change can no longer be ignored
NGO demands withdrawal of Niyamgiri gram sabha notificatio