There are biological motivations behind the stereotypically poor decisions and risky behavior associated with adolescence, new research from a University of Texas at Austin psychologist reveals.
Previous studies have found that teenagers tend to be more sensitive to rewards than either...
Socio-Economic Study of Wealth
and Poverty in Sikhism
Friday - May 14, 2010
Amritsar (IndiaVision Exclusive) - The concepts of wealth and poverty are closely linked with the doctrine of social justice in Sikhism. In order to understand their significance for the development of ethical...
Ice asteroids likely source of Earth's water: study
Ice asteroids likely source of Earth's water: study - Yahoo! News
PARIS (AFP) – Astronomers have for the first time detected ice and organic compounds on an asteroid, a pair of landmark studies released on Wednesday says...
British study says toads hopped away from breeding site days before deadly Italian earthquake
British study says toads hopped away from breeding site days before deadly Italian earthquake - Yahoo! Canada News
LONDON - When it comes to predicting...
A small dose of chocolate could cut heart attack or stroke risk by almost 40 per cent
LONDON - The Easter Bunny might lower your chances of having a heart problem. According to a new study, small doses of chocolate every day could decrease your risk of having a heart attack or stroke by...
Fresh fears were raised over GM crops yesterday after a study showed they can cause liver and kidney damage.
According to the research, animals fed on three strains of genetically modified maize created by the U.S. biotech firm Monsanto suffered signs of organ damage after just three...
The Gurdwara Act of 1925 : Great Panthic Achievement - The Other Perspective; Marginalization of the Sri Akal Takhat Institution
PRESENTED AT PUNJAB HISTORY CONFERENCE
(38th Session, March 18-20, 2006)
By Nanaksdas Dr. Kuldip Singh(former Professer Surgery P.G.I. Chandigarh)
Not only the...
Origin of Universe - Recorded in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Compared with Other Religions and Science
auqpiq prlau sbdy hovY ] sbdy hI iPir Epiq hovY ](m 3,117-8)
(The universe originates from the Word (sabd) and assimilates with the Word. It again originates from the Word.).
By Kashif-ul-Huda, TwoCircles.net
The Holy Quran is clear that the duration of breastfeeding of infants are for a period of two years. World Health Organization (WHO) and Government of India’s guidelines also suggest breastfeeding for a period of two years. Breast milk is an excellent source of...
Newborn babies mimic the intonation of their native tongue when they cry, indicating that they begin to pick up the first elements of language in the womb, a study suggests.
Scientists were already aware that babies are able to recognise certain sounds from birth, such as their parents’...
Case Study: The Anti-Sikh Pogrom of October 31 to November 4, 1984, in New Delhi
Table of content
* A – Context
* B – Instigators and Perpetrators
* C – Victims
* D – Witnesses
* E – Memories
* F – General Interpretations of the Facts
* G – Legal and...
Spanking may lower a child's IQ: Study
Thursday, September 24, 2009
By Linda Nguyen, Canwest News Service
Children who are spared the rod may grow up to have higher IQs than those who are...
Two Sikhs students beat shackles of poverty to study
PATIALA: Poverty did not hold them back from dreaming. And hardwork was something they had never shirked away from. With a Singh and a Kaur suffixed to their name, they had no option but to stand stand tall amid all odds and...
1) How is the study of other holly scriptures by Sikhs viewed by Khalsa Sikhs?
2) Is it frowned upon to read, quote or believe in other religous texts in addition to the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji?
This isn't intended to be a controversial new thread, I would like a summarised FAQ type...
The institution of the "blood feud" is the little-known but highly-destructive male counterpart to "honour" killings of women. Every year, at least a thousand men and boys die in blood-feud killings in Albania alone; the lives of tens of thousands more are spent in isolation and perpetual fear...
Study shows fewer new jobs in Punjab
July 6th, 2009
Patiala, July 1: A comparative study by the Economics Department at Punjabi University, Patiala, has revealed that Punjab is lagging behind for providing...
Study suggests "turban effect" as a source of "Islamophobia"
A Muslim-style turban is perceived as a threat, according to a new study, even by people who don't realize they hold the prejudice, dubbed "the turban effect" by researchers.
Research volunteers played a computer game that showed...
I just received this book today and have been flicking through it. It contains translations of Guru Tegh Bahadhurs Hukamnama's or Edicts.
Interestingly it also contains a section of UN-authentic Hukamnama's but these are hard to make out and are untranslated.
Has anyone else read...
Study Shows Religion may keep believers from losing their cool
[March 5th, 2009 by Charles Lewis, National Post Source: www.nationalpost.com]
Religion may or may not be the opiate of the masses but a new study says it may keep believers from losing their cool when things go wrong.