Experts believe that the Indian rupee might face additional pressure and fall against the US dollar in the coming trading sessions.
Data indication a strong recovery in the US economy is expected on Monday, which will raise concerns that the Federal Reserve might start rolling back its stimulus package soon. The Federal Reserve has indicated that it is aiming to roll back $85 billion-a-month bond buyback programme that may result in increase in demand for the dollar from the emerging markets.
Sarah Murnaghan received a new set of lungs, after first transplant failed. The ten-year-old is currently recovering from the transplant. She looked to be in good spirits. A video was shared by her mother, Janet Ruddock Murnaghan, showing Sarah waving to the camera and blowing a kiss on Friday.'
A preventive services benefit of the Affordable Care Act provides screening and counseling for obesity. However, what health plans offer patients varies. Now, insurers are providing new hope for heavy people who are desperate to lose weight. Insurers are encouraging people with increased coverage of obesity.
If you love to have tea or coffee everyday to relax, a group of researchers from the Preventive and Clinical Investigations Centre in Paris has amazing news for you. The team had conducted a study lately, which has shown that blood pressure could be lowered by tea and coffee-like beverages.
Honda's Asimo robot, which has been deployed as a tour guide at the Miraikan science museum in Tokyo, reportedly faced issues with gesture recognition on the very first day of its duty.
The tech giant's widely acclaimed robot has been put on duty as a guide at Miraikan (Japan's National Museum of Emerging Science & Innovation) and was supposed to interact with visitors using its gesture recognition technology.
San Francisco-based micro-blogging service Twitter recently confirmed that it would soon start using people's Web behavior to displaying tailor-made adverts.
Holly Griffiths, 21, an anorexic mother, is eight month pregnant and is due to give birth to her second child on August 8.
Holy has shared her pregnancy problems. Despite being 5'7'' and being pregnant, Holy weights just 50kg. Her little bump on her stomach is the only indicative of the fact that she is pregnant.
It was last month that an interim ban was levied on synthetic drugs. A meeting was held in Sydney in which State and Territory ministers as well as Commonwealth representatives were present.
They all have agreed to extend the interim ban. A lot of brainstorming took place in the meeting and it was then that they reached at a decision to extend the bans.
Vodafone has urged Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal to make sure that new telecom norms don't prevent operators from holding a minor, non-voting stake in a rival firm as long as it doesn't hurt competition.
Currently, telecom operators can hold up to 10 per cent stake in rival operators. But, an internal committee of the Department of telecommunications (DoT) has proposed that operators shouldn't be allowed to hold any equity in a rival firm.