HEAL

  • No copyright or trademark in Yoga, pranic healing asanas, rules HC January 14, 2014

    Exclusive rights over yoga and pranic exercises, which are derivatives of ancient technique of yoga in India, cannot be claimed under the Copyright Act, the Delhi High Court has held. The court made the observations while rejecting the plea of Philippinesbased Institute for Inner Studies seeking to restrain some persons from...
  • Evangelist Benny Hinn's visit kicks up conversion row January 12, 2014

    Bangalore: Saffron groups have raked up protests in parts of Karnataka over the proposed visit of American evangelist Benny Hinn to Bangalore. The protests come in the wake of miracle healing sessions by Hinn during his last visit to the IT city nine years back, in 2005. Rightwing groups...
  • New Zealand Cricket elects new chairman October 23, 2013

    Wellington: Businessman Stuart Heal has been elected chairman of New Zealand Cricket to lead a new board helping steer preparations for the 2015 World Cup, which is being cohosted by Australia. Heal was elected unanimously at the first meeting of the board at Auckland on Wednesday. He immediately announced a new...
  • Delhi: Meet Simmy Malhotra, who quit her Dell job to save dying dogs May 27, 2013

    New Delhi: A passionate dog lover quit her well paying job to rescue and care for abandoned dogs in New Delhi. Her tworoom house functions as a kennel for as many as 24 dogs at a time. Simmy Malhotra, who has been feted with the Godfrey Phillips Bravery Awards, has rescued...
  • Soon, self-healing smartphones and computers March 12, 2013

    Washington: Imagine if your smartphone or computer could repair on its own! It might sound like the stuff of science fiction as engineers at the California Institute of Technology, for the first time ever, have developed self-healing integrated chips. It means your smartphones or computers can repair and defend themselves...
  • Windows is the most attacked operating system: Report February 3, 2013

    Mumbai: Leading IT security solutions provider Quick Heal Technologies said it has tied up with Japanese mobile operator SoftBank Mobile Corp to provide antivirus software to mobile phones. "We have entered into a tie up with Japanese mobile operator Softbank Corp to provide mobile security antivirus software to its customers...
  • India under grip of cyber attacks, says report January 3, 2013

    Mumbai: India is under the grip of cyber attacks and there is an obvious peak in the growth of malware and their modifications on mobile devices, especially on the Android platform, according to a report. Though PC is still the prevalent target for malware authors, there is an obvious peak in...
  • Doctorpatient trust helps brain fight pain, stress December 4, 2012

    Washington: A doctorpatient relationship built on trust and empathy has much more going on than merely putting patients at ease it helps the brain beat pain and stress. Recent studies have shown that doctors who listen carefully have happier patients with better health outcomes, but the underlying mechanism was...
  • Quick Heal: Viral success November 12, 2012

    Quick Heal is a completely homegrown antivirus software company that's not only beaten big, multibillion dollar competitors like McAfee and Symantec, but is also taking back the fight to their turfs in other countries around the world. It has come a long way since 1995, when the first version was...
  • Music has healing powers: Paul McCartney June 29, 2012

    London: Beatles legend Paul McCartney believes in the healing power of music and says an Elvis Presley song once cured his headache. The 70yearold singer said songs have a powerful effect, reported Contactmusic. "The healing power of music is serious. I remember I had a mate called Ian James, just my...
  • A selfhealing paint that smoothes car scratches April 23, 2011

    London: Scratched cars and scuffed shoes may soon be the things of past, as scientists have developed a "selfhealing" plastic coating that smoothes away marks and blemishes within seconds. What is more, it doesn't seem to matter how many times an area is damaged as it can be tricked into repairing...
  • Heal burns fast with stem cell spray gun February 3, 2011

    London: Scientists have developed an amazing spray gun that speedily heals severe burn injuries with stem cells. Jrg Gerlach from the University of Pittsburgh's McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, US has created a method which regenerates healthy skin stem cells from the victim and sprays it on the burned skin. Though...
  • A career option for the spiritually inclined June 15, 2010

    This week, we show you how Alternate Healing could be an interesting career option for students. ...
  • Holistic healing becomes a hit, provides relief to many December 3, 2009

    Holistic healing is fast picking up among people with healers claiming they can treat anything from cancer to relationship issues. ...
  • Monday morning blues? Heal with Reiki April 20, 2009

    Reiki healing is used to heal physical and emotional issues. It can be used to heal oneself or another person. Also, it heals and energizes animals and inanimate objects. A Reiki practitioner acts as a channel and he/she uses their body and hands to direct healing to the recipient. Most practitioners...
  • Tattoos to heal scarred look, to weave cheer into life March 23, 2009

    Mumbai: No special oils or antistretch mark creams here. Nope, this is not a cool way to erase the marks left from last year's crash dieting. This is about smart coverups and hot body art with scar tattoos. Yes, tattoos that will hide physical flaws and even help create that...
  • Heal alopecia areata through homeopathy January 11, 2009

    Alopecia areata is a recurrent nonscarring type of hair loss that can affect any hairbearing area. ...
  • Life is a struggle, but her faith in the Mother is strong September 5, 2007

    Kolkata: The world remembers Mother Teresa on her 10th death anniversary today. Mother Teresa is God for 40yearold Monica Besra. For Monica, she is a saint who healed her miraculously. And now it has become a ritual for Monica to clean the Mothers photograph, as each day is a reminder of what...
  • 975 die at Catholic healing centre May 3, 2007

    Thiruvanthapuram (Kerala): The Divine Retreat Centre in Kerala's Muringoor's claim to fame is that it is the largest Catholic healing centre in the world. It's catch line: come away by yourself to a lonely place and rest a while. However, there is a catch. More than 975 mysterious deaths have...
  • Virginia students on a healing mission April 23, 2007

    Blacksburg (Virginia): Nearly a week after the shootings, sad reminders stain the Virginia Tech campus. Outside Norris Hall, where 30 people were gunned down, a band aid on the sidewalk reads "eventually we will heal...But the scars will remain forever." And "heal" is what this community is trying to do....
  • NRI sells 'spiritual qualities' cream, held January 3, 2007

    London: A man of Indian origin has been fined 7000 for selling creams that purportedly had spiritual qualities but were loaded with steroids to treat eczema in children. Harminder Johal, hailing from the west Midlands, has pleaded guilty to two Medicines Act offences and has been ordered to pay 7,000 in...
  • Live healthy the ayurveda way November 21, 2006

    New Delhi: Twentyeightyearold Ankur Suman, a copywriter with an advertising agency and a theatre actor, is finally a relieved man. After putting up with a throbbing migraine pain for years, which used to hamper his passion for theatre, Ankur has eventually found a cure to his problem in ayurveda. Today,...
  • Being happy is big laughing matter November 21, 2006

    New Delhi: A recent survey conducted by MTV Networks International (MTVNI) reveals that youngsters in India are the happiest among their global counterparts. So why is laughter the best medicine? If you are glum and your life seems to be heading nowhere, "rent two comedies" and "call me...
  • Botox injection heals facial wound faster August 29, 2006

    New YorK: Injecting botulinum toxin (familiarly known as Botox) into muscles surrounding forehead wounds improves the appearance of the scar when it has healed, according to a report from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester in Minnesota. Immobilising the muscles with botulinum toxin "promises to become a valuable additional adjunctive treatment for...