Nothing comes free, including checked luggage.
Designer Anavila Misra on her latest sari collection inspired by Mumbai.
A feature on the spaces and objects that define our work and home life through the selfie
If animals play, it usually means they’re happy — if a baby animal does not play, it’s usually either depressed, ill or stressed out.
When Facebook passes the message of queer pride and equality through a filter, it impacts the public debate on queer rights.
The flesh and its indignities are the subject of Inder Salim’s art. The performance artist on planning a biennale in Srinagar and why nothing is taboo.
From street plays held in the dead of the night to open rebellion, the story of the cultural resistance to the Emergency is one of many underground movements of artists and individuals.
As long as there are humans, there will be skinny jeans.
Kanav Bakshi, 23, Marketing Professional on moving from Ahmedabad to Kolkata.
From getting help for procrastination to coming to terms with being average, small towns are now warming up to life coaches.
In the first of a new series on reinterpreting texts, visual and literary, photographer Adil Hasan follows Octavio Paz to the Nizamuddin dargah.
Prickly fruit contains actogenins that scientists say demonstrates selective toxicity to tumour cells.
Early this year, a two-month-old boy was brought to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at the government-run Sassoon General Hospital with jaundice and abdominal bloating.
Developed by a gynaecologist, the new study tool, Nutech Functional Score, tracks over 32 parameters to provide accurate assessment of the progress of the disease as compared to the existing method of screening.
Usually the Iftar spread is heavy towards kebabs and deep fried snacks, so let's try avocado tomato and cheese sandwich which is something light and healthy.
Take your pick from an irresistible medley of refreshing sorbets like Blueberry, Strawberry, Raspberry to the striking Mandarin, Litchi, Mango, Manjari Chocolate and more.
Strawberry Jello is a jelly topped with vanilla scoops, fruit, syrup and chopped fruit.
Ambika Pillai on Style Loft, her multi-designer space, and picking clothes over an appam cafe
Zomato's Foodie Index will help people to compare locations based on the availability of quality restaurants while deciding where to stay.
Psychologist Nisha Khanna gives tips to keep our stress levels in check.
A well dressed man is always appreciated by women. But when it comes to ideal dressing most men fall prey to bad choices.
Women face both physical and sexual abuse in health facilities during childbirth, a study by the World Health Organisation (WHO) shows.
The study concluded, "Habitual aerobic exercise ameliorates vascular health, an effect which may further translate into improved cognitive performance."
Aparna Santhanam, skincare expert of Unilever, shares some tips to help your skin enjoy the rain without harming it.
Adequate sleep every night may improve working life by reducing perceived job stress and minimizing negative attitude toward work, says a study.
With an average price of $6.32 for a 330 ml bottle, Switzerland's second largest city of Geneva has the most costly beer on the planet
Too much Vitamin A shuts down the body's trained immunity, opening door to infections to which we would otherwise be immune.
Move over, botox! Researchers have developed a non-invasive technique that harnesses pulsed electric fields to generate new skin tissue growth.
Jaipur-based Ayush Kasliwal was awarded the trophy in the Interior Decor category.
From the idyllic architectural views of the 1850s to emotive portraiture of the early 20th century, an exhibition chronicles early photography in India.
An Oxford University researcher’s short film about the rising youth unemployment in Uttarakhand will be part of university and school curriculum across the UK.
Be it an exaggerated dinosaur bridge in an apartment block, a brick cone that opens itself to the skies in Drum House or undulating brick walls in Devi Art Foundation. Their self-published book, Forest for the Trees; Trees for the Forest, documents projects by the firm.
Grover, in Manhattan, offers readable bites of advice, case studies from his 20 years working with families and personal stories of his own trials as the father of two girls, now 12 and 15.
Humans may have developed over the years the ability to repair damage from low-dose radiation from X-rays, CT scans and other medical imaging procedures, says new research.
8 in 10 affluent Indians are married, the study shows.
Despite the bad press they have received recently, skinny jeans remain a fashion favourite.