A microscope slide with traces of Mahatma Gandhi’s blood, preserved for nearly 90 years, sold for well below the guide price set by a British auctioneer on Tuesday – a year after a similar sale stirred a row. Dipankar De Sarkar
The debate in Britain over legalising gay marriage took a surreal turn on Tuesday after a senior politician said it could result in a lesbian queen.
Blind and visually impaired people have the potential to use echolocation — a technique similar to that used by bats and dolphins — to determine the location of an object, according to new research.
Fossil brain teaser! A new analysis of differently-aged brain fossils from the same species of dinosaur has revealed new insights into how the organ developed in the 150-million-year old creatures.
Babies who sleep in the same bed as their parents are five times more likely to die of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a new study has warned.
Two microscope slides bearing the blood of Mahatma Gandhi are to go on sale in London today and are expected to fetch from 10,000 pounds to 15,000 pounds ($15,200-$22,800).
A strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula early today, the US Geological Survey reported, striking at a depth of 33km (20 miles).
Hit comedy fanchise ‘Harold &Kumar’ is heading to the small screen in a new animated TV series.
David Beckham, who ended his glittering career with PSG win on Saturday, has been flooded with big-bucks offers of TV and film deals from all over the world.
Foreigners living in London are set to outnumber Brits within 20 years, new research signalled yesterday.
Downing Street issued a stark warning that the bill to legalise gay marriage will run into grave trouble - and cost the taxpayer an extra £4bn - if the Labour party joins forces with Tory opponents to vote in favour of granting civil partnerships to heterosexual couples.
An Italian small business owner climbed onto the dome of St Peter's Basilica on Monday and unfurled a banner protesting against the social "massacre" going on in recession-stricken Italy.
Jordanian terror suspect Abu Qatada was on Monday denied bail in his latest skirmish with British authorities, who have been trying to deport him for a decade.
Global average temperatures will warm about 20% more slowly than expected over the coming decades, scientists have predicted.
Britain's first "official" astronaut, Major Tim Peake, has been chosen to take part in a five-month mission on the International Space Station.