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Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

09 Feb 2017 | 4:55 PM

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Humans may have ritualistically "killed" objects to remove their symbolic power, some 5,000 years earlier than previously thought, a new international study of marine pebble tools from an Upper Palaeolithic burial site in Italy suggests.

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Oscar Awards biased towards America & American culture

Oscar Awards biased towards America & American culture

06 Feb 2017 | 4:24 PM

New Delhi, Feb 6 (UNI) If you want to win an Oscar it is best to be an American actor in a film that portrays American culture.

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Retail therapy for jealous partners

Retail therapy for jealous partners

16 Jan 2017 | 6:48 PM

New Delhi, Jan 16 (UNI) Have you ever felt jealous about the attention your romantic partner was giving to someone else? Perhaps your significant other seems to be enjoying a conversation with someone a little too much, or a co-worker is flirting with your partner at a company holiday party.

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Bilingualism may save brain resources as you age

Bilingualism may save brain resources as you age

09 Jan 2017 | 5:30 PM

New Delhi, Jan 9 (UNI) To do a task, the brain recruits different networks, or the highways on which different types of information flows, depending on the task to be done and therefore, perhaps, bilingual people are great at saving brain power, Canadian researchers have found.

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