Top 25 candidates of Civil Service Examination, 2013

The final results of Civil Services Examination, 2013 has been declared on 12th June, 2014. The following are the important highlights of the results: Ø The Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2013 was conducted on 26th May, 2013. A total number of 7,76,565 candidates applied for this examination, out of which 3,23,949 candidates actually appeared and … Read more

Jane Gilchrist from Bickley died aged 100

Jane Gilchrist, from Bickley – a woman who fought for over a decade to open an NHS clinic in Bromley has died at the age of 100. Jane Gilchrist worked for 12 years to set up the facility, which offered homeopathic treatment for those unable to afford private healthcare. The campaigner was for many years … Read more

International Film Festival of India begins in Goa

The 44th International Film Festival of India, IFFI begins in Panaji, Goa today with Academy Award winning actor, Susan Sarandon inaugurating the 11-day event at a specially erected hangar, at Campal. Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi along with Indian film personalities Asha Bhosle, Kamal Haasan and Rekha will be present on the occasion as guests of … Read more


WHY TO STUDY DREAMS ? “They give us a far better insight into the deeper nature of our patient than many of the so-called symptoms that crop up and float on the surface to meet our superficial gaze.” – Dr N M Choudhuri. The spectrum of dream is limitless. It encompasses all the conscious, subconscious, … Read more

Ryan Dunn died in the car accident

On June 20, 2011, at around 3:30 a.m. EDT, Ryan Dunn and a passenger died on the West Chester Bypass (US 322) when Dunn’s Porsche 911 GT3 came off the road and hit a tree in West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania. Police said speed might have been a factor in the accident. Dunn had posted a … Read more

Psychology :: Men are significantly more talkative than women

It’s a research that is likely to leave men speechless — males, not females, are chatterboxes. International researchers have carried out a study and found that men out-talk women, dispelling the long-held myth that females cannot stop chattering.

Obesity :: 1 in 5 bariatric surgery candidates not psychologically cleared for surgery

A new study by Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University researchers reported that 18 percent of 500 candidates for bariatric surgery did not receive the initial psychiatry clearance for the surgery. The study is the first to examine the reliability of decisions to clear candidates for surgery, and the largest to determine the percentage of candidates who are not cleared, and detail the reasons for exclusion.

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