- SourcesAncient DNA reveals origins of Southeast Asia's prehistory
Analysis of ancient DNA extracted from 8,000 year-old skeletons have solved the origins of human occupation of Southeast Asia by debunking both previously believed theories, scientists say. Southeast Asia is one of the most genetically diverse regions in the world, but for more than a century, scientists have disagreed about which theory of the origins of the area's population was correct.SourcesSimultaneous polls against federal structure: TDP
The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on Sunday opposed the idea of simultaneous polls to the Lok Sabha and the state assemblies, saying the proposal was "impracticable" and "against the spirit of the Constitution and federal structure".SourcesSimultaneous polls will turn India into managed democracy: AAP
Rejecting the idea of simultaneous polls floated by the Narendra Modi government, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday said that such a system would turn India into a "managed democracy".SourcesIhana positive about Sonali beating cancer
"Hate Story 4" actress Ihana Dhillon says that actress Sonali Bendre, who is battling cancer, will soon bounce back.SourcesProved our worth by working hard: Russia coach Cherchesov
Russia coach Stanislav Cherchesov spoke highly of his team despite the penalty shootout loss to Croatia in the World Cup quarter-finals here on Saturday.SourcesWe are lucky to be in semis: Croatia coach Dalic
Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic said the FIFA World Cup quarter-final was rather a fight or a battle than a game in which his team edged out hosts Russia on penalties here on Saturday.SourcesGene causing job exhaustion linked with Alzheimer's risk
If you work in shift-based jobs and easily get exhausted, then you may be at a high risk of developing Alzheimer's disease later, says a study. It could be because shift work often disrupts the circadian rhythm, which can lead to sleep disorders and daytime fatigue. This disruption causes the brain to deteriorate resulting in memory disorder or Alzheimer's disease.