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Beyond Populism; mixed bag for Indians: Ipsos Survey

New Delhi, Sept. 27, 2018: A new survey by Ipsos to capture elements beyond populism finds that Indians are optimistic about the future of India, have confidence in most macro institutions, are quite rigid about their leaders and leadership style, but largely feel the system is broken. Conducted online among adults aged under 65 in

Indians enthused about Self Driving cars: Ipsos Study

Endorse features and benefits of Self Driving Cars   New Delhi, July 17, 2018: Half of Indians surveyed say they can’t wait to use Self Driving cars and another 46% say they find the idea intriguing, as per a new global study by Ipsos.  The third largest market research firm surveyed more than 21,000 adults

Morality rate three times higher in Indians with diabetes compared to Indians without diabetes states MDRF CURES 2018 

Underweight a significantly higher risk of all-cause mortality Increase in mortality due to diabetes was accounted for by renal disease and cardiovascular disease Mumbai, 11th July 2018: Madras Diabetes Research Foundation (MDRF) has published yet another breakthrough study report focusing solely on the morality rates among Indians with and without diabetes. A brainchild of Dr.

Indians want government to support Transgender People: Ipsos Global Survey

New Delhi, July 03, 2018: Ipsos global survey on Transgender People shows that a whopping 80 per cent of Indians polled want government to support and protect Transgender People from discrimination. Interestingly, across all the 27 markets covered in the survey, more number of people agree that Transgender People should be supported and protected from

Indians Make the Most of Summer Holidays; 30% of Bookings done for Thailand in the Summer Season

Indian travel sites saw more than 50% sales in the last week of May, during the summer season New Delhi–June, 13, 2018 – Criteo, the leading commerce marketing technology company, reveals that Indian holidaymakers aren’t just dreaming of the perfect getaway during summer break – they’re booking them too. Criteo’s recent travel report provides an

Opportunity for Indians to Experience Research in Germany – Green Talents Award 2018

Become a Green Talent, promote your sustainability research in Germany and gain exclusive access to a remarkable network of excellent young researchers.   New Delhi, 8th , May 2018 | Sustainable development is the fundament to preserve our earth for present and future generations by finding a balance between the need for socio-economic development and the

Over 79% Indians Vitamin D deficient, 19% suffer from high blood sugar says SRL diagnostics data

  –       Nutritional disorders prevalent in urban areas, 38 % women suffer from anaemia –       Uric Acid, lipid profile tests also come up with worrisome statistics –       Preventive health check-up, need of the hour   New Delhi, April 6, 2018: Increasing urbanisation coupled with rapidly changing lifestyles is leading to deficiencies across several important health


67% of the people in a relationship have felt that their significant other was more interested in their internet connected device than in them 77% of the people in India think that the use of technology gets in the way of relationships today 89% Indians would be concerned if their significant other did not take

Adulterated milk and its impact on fertility in Indians

New Delhi: Milk is known for its numerous health benefits in people of all age groups ranging from children to old people. But lately the problem of adulteration of food products has multiplied to alarming extents thus posing serious health issues. Milk and dairy products are no exception. Cattle are fed with many steroids and

Perceptions are not reality, Indians need to be better informed: Ipsos Study

  Indians one of the most inaccurate nationalities in their perceptions of key issues of national importance   Mumbai, 15 December, 2017 —India receive the dubious honour of being the 5 most inaccurate in their perceptions on key global issues according to Ipsos’ latest “Perils of Perception” survey. The Ipsos survey highlights how wrong the