Researchers found that Olympic silver medalists lived longer and earned more than gold medalists, which begs the question of what matters: your success, or how you respond to it.
The number of sexually transmitted diseases in the United States is hitting record highs, according to latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
About one in eight essential medicines in low- and middle-income countries may be fake or contain dangerous mixes of ingredients that put patients' lives at risk, a research review suggests.
Be it Haider Meer, Tommy Singh, Maharaja Rawal Ratan Singh or his upcoming portrayal as boxing hero Dingko Singh, actor Shahid Kapoor says he loves to take the audience by surprise with something that they do not expect him to do.
Musicians, family, friends and fans have said a final goodbye to Aretha Franklin at her funeral in Detroit.
The Chairmanship of the 5th Summit of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) was handed over to President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday.
Over 450,000 people visited the 'Enterprise Sri Lanka’ the first entrepreneurial exhibition, focusing on the development of enterprises and creating 100,000 new entrepreneurs by 2020, by noon yesterday.Thousands from all parts of the country thronged to Moneragala from last Wednesday to obtain information of entrepreneurship.Housing and Construction Minister Sajith Premadasa handing over a cheque in financial assistance for the construction of houses to a beneficiary at the Bank of Ceylon stall.
Former Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa is calling on “all professionals and intellectuals to support the patriotic forces who have organized the rally ‘Janabalaya Kolambata’ on 5 September.”
Colombo Fort Chief Magistrate, Lanka Jayaratne, yesterday (31) issued warrants, to the Colombo Fort Police, to arrest Ven. Bengamuwe Nalaka Thera and three other monks, on charges of damaging public property last year
The main trade union of Government doctors is warning of a major strike if the authorities do not arrest those responsible for the harm done to the Galaha Hospital. Secretary of the Government Medical Officers’ Association (GMOA), Dr. Haritha Aluthge, addressing the media yesterday (31), said that the Union was only prepared to give the Police, time until 3 September to execute the law against all those responsible for the attack on the Hospital.