Articles about New York University

Shakira sells 145-song robust back catalog to Hipgnosis Songs Fund

14 Jan 2021

Shakira sells 145-song robust back catalog to Hipgnosis Songs Fund

Shakira has sold her back catalog consisting of 145 songs, which are either in English or Latin.

US: Ex-guard of hospital returns there as a medical student

27 Aug 2020

US: Ex-guard of hospital returns there as a medical student

In an immensely encouraging tale of grit and determination, a former security guard at a United States hospital, Russell J. Ledet, has now returned there as a medical student.

Did India's lockdown really save lives?

04 Jun 2020

Did India's lockdown really save lives?

The 1.3 billion population of India was put under an unprecedented lockdown in March, to reduce the transmission of coronavirus.

Suhana Khan's first short is out, and she is spectacular!

21 Nov 2019

Suhana Khan's first short is out, and she is spectacular!

If you happen to be the daughter/son of Shah Rukh Khan, that means you've been scarred with a bulky baggage of enormous expectations, for life.

Top 6 romantic-comedy flicks you can watch on Amazon Prime

08 Sep 2019

Top 6 romantic-comedy flicks you can watch on Amazon Prime

Romantic comedies have a set theme: two people meet, struggle to establish their relationship, and then finally succeed.

A glimpse into Suhana Khan's life as NYU freshman

06 Sep 2019

A glimpse into Suhana Khan's life as NYU freshman

Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana is having a great time at the prestigious New York University, and her recent pictures prove it.

RBI's Deputy Governor Viral Acharya quits before term ends: Report

24 Jun 2019

RBI's Deputy Governor Viral Acharya quits before term ends: Report

Viral Acharya, the Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has tendered his resignation, Business Standard reported on Monday.

Five people who became the youngest-ever doctors in the world

12 Jun 2019

Five people who became the youngest-ever doctors in the world

Becoming a doctor is the dream of many and it is one of the most sought-after professions.

Now, an app can reduce painful migraine headaches: Here's how

06 Jun 2019

Now, an app can reduce painful migraine headaches: Here's how

More than 10 million people in India suffer from migraine, a disorder characterized by frequently occurring headaches.

Google's security tools can shield you from cyber-attacks: Details here

19 May 2019

Google's security tools can shield you from cyber-attacks: Details here

Google has long been asking users to enable its security tools for shielding all its services - from Gmail to Google Photos - from hacking attempts.

Not youngsters, but senior citizens share more fake news: Study

13 Jan 2019

Not youngsters, but senior citizens share more fake news: Study

A study has found that people over the age of 65 are more likely to share fake news on social media platforms than younger generations.

Indian-American woman honored at White House for combating human trafficking

19 Oct 2018

Indian-American woman honored at White House for combating human trafficking

An Indian-American woman has been honored with a Presidential award by the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for her extraordinary contribution towards combating human trafficking in Houston.

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

14 Jul 2018

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

Today, journalism and mass communication have become one of the most sought-after fields as they offer exciting career options.

#CareerBytes: These 6 online-courses will make you a cybersecurity expert

29 Jun 2018

#CareerBytes: These 6 online-courses will make you a cybersecurity expert

Growing dependency on computer systems and Internet has made almost everyone vulnerable to cyber attacks.

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

27 Jun 2018

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

Today, journalism and mass communication have become one of the most sought-after fields as they offer exciting career options.

This spy-turned-lawyer is fighting CIA, one case at a time

08 Jun 2018

This spy-turned-lawyer is fighting CIA, one case at a time

After spending almost two decades in CIA as she got admitted in 1968, Janine Brookner, now in her mid-70s, is fighting sexism and gender discrimination against her former employer, one case at a time.

Watch: Samsung's tribute to queer women in new Oscars ad

05 Mar 2018

Watch: Samsung's tribute to queer women in new Oscars ad

Have you watched Samsung Galaxy's new ad 'Make It Yours'?

Indian brothers look to harness Artificial Intelligence for greater good

25 Feb 2018

Indian brothers look to harness Artificial Intelligence for greater good

As debate swirls on whether Artificial Intelligence will be a boon or a curse for humanity, two Indian-American entrepreneur brothers are out to ensure the emerging technologies don't just benefit the richest in society.

Instagif: A Polaroid-like camera that can instantly print GIFs!

31 Aug 2017

Instagif: A Polaroid-like camera that can instantly print GIFs!

If you always wanted Harry Potter-style moving pictures, then your wish might have just come true!

Meet this super-commuter who flies to work every day

14 Jul 2017

Meet this super-commuter who flies to work every day

Do you moan about your few hours' daily commute and busy traffic? Think about those who travel between cities for work.

NYU Professor Viral Acharya becomes RBI's new Deputy Governor

29 Dec 2016

NYU Professor Viral Acharya becomes RBI's new Deputy Governor

Viral Acharya, an economics professor at the New York University's Stern School of Business was appointed as the Reserve Bank of India's deputy governor on Wednesday.

Omar Abdullah detained at New York airport

17 Oct 2016

Omar Abdullah detained at New York airport

Former Jammu & Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah was detained at the John F. Kennedy airport in New York for additional screening by immigration authorities; he spent two-hours in a holding area.

Violent crime rate of the US increased, says FBI

28 Sep 2016

Violent crime rate of the US increased, says FBI

The Federal Bureau of Investigation released its annual report, which revealed the crime rate of the US in 2015 increased compared to that of 2014.