A Bollywood Ending
A Bollywood Ending

With celebrity showstoppers, a Parisian pizzazz and lots of swish fashion, Lakme Fashion Week turned on the glamour in its final leg.

Disha Patani, Sridevi, Khushi Kapoor: Beauties at Manish Malhotra's LFW grand finale front row
Disha Patani, Sridevi, Khushi Kapoor: Beauties at Manish Malhotra's LFW grand finale front row

The front row of Manish Malhotra's grand finale for Lakme Fashion Week was filled with stars like Sridevi, who came along with her younger daughter Khushi, Shabana Azmi, Disha Patani, Richa Chadda, Dia Mirza, Karisma Kapoor, Amrita Rao Ladak, Sonali Bendre and Neha Dhupia among others.

LFW W/F 2017 Finale: Jacqueline, Aditya Roy turn showstoppers for Manish Malhotra
LFW W/F 2017 Finale: Jacqueline, Aditya Roy turn showstoppers for Manish Malhotra

Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2017 got a fitting end with Manish Malhotra at the helm of grand-finale. Titled “Tales of Indulgence”, his show had film stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Aditya Roy Kapur turning muses.

Health 

Strong adolescence friendship bond may boost mental health
Strong adolescence friendship bond may boost mental health

Researchers found that teens who prioritised close friendships at age 15 had lower social anxiety, an increased sense of self-worth and fewer symptoms of depression by the time they reached age 25 than their peers. Close friendships may encourage supportive experiences.

Food & Wine 

Decoded: Why whisky tastes better with water
Decoded: Why whisky tastes better with water

Researchers have found that adding water to whisky alters the drink's molecules to make it taste better. Whisky is a chemically complicated beverage. After malting, mashing, fermentation, distillation and maturing, for at least three years in oak barrels, it is bottled.

Travel 

Pay to stay behind bars! Thailand has a new prison-themed hotel
Pay to stay behind bars! Thailand has a new prison-themed hotel

The prison-inspired hotel treats its guest well but all perks are in accordance with the theme. The rooms have metal gates with rods, bunk beds, common toilets and light-out curfew. The guests, rather inmates are given black and white striped clothes and a mug shot is taken on arrival.