Malaysia among countries faring worst in faith-based discrimination, says global study
In 13 countries around the world, all of them Muslim, people who openly...
LONDON: In a new study to be announced on Tuesday by the British medical journal The Lancet, a survey of more than 10,000 men in Asia Pacific region has found that over 1 in 10 men report having raped a woman who was not their partner.
The number rose tremendously when rape of a partner was...
New research in mice reveals why the body is so slow to recover from jet-lag and identifies a target for the development of drugs that could help us adjust more quickly to changes in time zone.
The researchers at Oxford University and...
Most Americans Associate Turban-Wearers With OBL: Study
Lalit K Jha
Reflecting the low level of awareness about Sikhs in the US, a new research today said an overwhelming majority of Americans associate turban-wearers with slain...
Sikhs in South, North East lack access to education: Study
Punjabi University's survey on Socio-economic conditions of the Dakhani...
Sikhs of north-east, south India don't flaunt surnames: Study
Amaninder Pal Sharma
PATIALA: Contrary to Punjab, where nearly every youth has started...
Mammals pick offspring’s sex to maximize number of grandchildren, study shows
By Meeri Kim
Sex discrimination in India begins in the womb: Study
PTI - Mar 28, 2013, 12.49 PM IST
A study suggests sex discrimination begins in the womb
in male-dominated societies such as India..
WASHINGTON: Women in India are more likely to get prenatal care when pregnant with male babies...
'Patit' Sikh students can't study at SGPC-run colleges: SGPC president
Khanna, March 13
SGPC President Jathedar Avtar Singh declared that 'patit' Sikh students would not be allowed to continue their study in SGPC-run colleges and schools until they grow their hair. He...
GM corn linked to early death in new study
Health Canada reviewing results of French research
By Sarah Schmidt, Postmedia News - September 21, 2012
Health Canada said Thursday it will take action if its review of a new study that found Canadian-grown genetically modified corn is linked...
Elderly people in Britain are lonelier and poorer that those in similar European countries, international research suggests. They are also more concerned about age discrimination than some of their European neighbours and feel more negative towards young people, a Demos report has found...
New research has challenged the popular belief that early risers work better in the day and night owls work better at night, after discovering that the opposite is more commonplace.
The study, by Mareike Wieth and Rose Zacks, suggests our creativity is greatest at the time when we’re not...
Analytical thinking reduces religious convictions: UBC study
But intuitive thinking makes one more spiritual. All humans are capable of both
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun - April 26, 2012 11:05 AM
Rodin - The Thinker
Photograph by: PNG files, ...
VANCOUVER -- A new...
Birth numbers suggest female-fetus abortions more common in Asian-Canadian communities: study
By Derek Abma, Postmedia News - April 17, 2012 9:52 AM
Newborn babies rest at a hospital in the northern Indian city of Lucknow in this July 11, 2009, file photo.
A Canadian Medical...
Only 7.2% rural students reach college: PAU study
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, February 10
Only 7.2 per cent of the rural students in Punjab reach the college level and even lesser 0.4 per cent of them opt for post-graduation, as per a study conducted by the Punjab...
In our practice of Sikhism we do different things for spiritual endeavors and living. It goes without saying that all have varying positive influences on people's lives as such cannot sustain otherwise.
1. Waheguru Simran
SWEET SIMRAN - YouTube
It has become...
Religious people do not believe in atheists: study
National Post Staff Nov 30, 2011 – 9:53 PM ET
By Sarah Boesveld
Many religious people don’t like atheists, and in fact would apparently rate them alongside rapists on levels of trust, suggests a new Canadian study that claims to be...
July 6, 2011
Most terrorist plots have ties to Pakistan: study
Stewart Bell - Jul 6, 2011 – 7:15 AM ET - THE NATIONAL POST
TORONTO — Most of the major terrorist plots against the West since 2004 had links to Pakistan, including two that targeted Canada, says a study to be released...
LONDON: Indian religious organizations across all major faiths are diversifying their "business model" to maintain the loyalty of their followers and attract new devotees. This is the finding of a Cambridge University study, carried out over two years surveying 568 Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh...
Religion may become extinct in nine nations, study says
By Jason Palmer
Science and technology reporter, BBC News, Dallas
A study using census data from nine countries shows that religion there is set for extinction, say...