Friday, Oct 24, 2014
October 22, 20145:20 pm
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If you have a history of depression, picking up fights with your better half could increase the risk of obesity.

October 22, 20143:36 pm
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Read these guidelines before you step out to celebrate Diwali.

October 22, 201412:44 pm
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Stephany D’souza, the only Indian designer at the Malaysia Fashion Week & INTRADE, on a new audience and her anti-fit ideology.

October 22, 201412:35 pm
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Want friends and family eating out of your hands? Treat them to a festive platter this season.

October 22, 201412:11 pm
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Designer Raghavendra Rathore remembers the years, in the early 90s, when he worked under the debonair designer, post graduating from Parsons The New School of Design, New York. Here he pens his tribute.

October 22, 201410:15 am
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Living with smokers is as bad as living in smoke-free homes in heavily polluted cities such as Beijing or London, researchers said.

October 21, 20143:29 pm
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A group of journalists, after hearing stories of superheroes saving the lives of poor and underpriviliged children, decide to dig deep.

October 21, 20141:25 pm
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“I wish Tendulkar was playing”, exclaims a cricket enthusiast in Adelaide where the hype around the India-Pakistan ICC World Cup match on 15 February next year is almost at its peak.

October 21, 201410:32 am
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One child is affected every eight minutes when usually a well-meaning parent or caregiver commits an unintentional medication error.

October 21, 201410:11 am
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When it comes to sex and violence, the more parents watch TV shows or movies with explicit scenes, the less they care about what their kids can watch.

October 21, 201410:03 am
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Changes in skin are visible signs of ageing. A new research shows that many women feel they have focussed more on the face than the entire body.

October 21, 201411:04 am
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Guitarist and vocalist Matt Bigland spoke to Suyash Gabriel in an email interview.

October 21, 201410:58 am
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SH Raza’s bindu finds resonance in abstract artist Murlidhar Rai’s paintings

October 21, 201411:01 am
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The longlist for the 2015 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature is out.

October 21, 201410:55 am
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Old Delhi markets treat festival shoppers to some history, dry fruits from Afghanistan, blue pottery diyas and gold-dust playing cards.

October 20, 20145:58 pm
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An ingredient in Viagra not only can enhance the pleasure between the sheets but can also protect your heart, a study has found.

October 20, 20145:15 pm
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TG165 Imaging IR Thermometer lets you see invisible heat patterns, measure temperatures accurately, and conveniently store images and measurement data for reporting.

October 21, 201410:49 am
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The 10 authors have been longlisted from 75 entries received from publishers across the world by a five-member jury chaired by noted poet and writer Keki N Daruwalla.

October 20, 20141:34 pm
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So, if you have milk powder at home, you can easily turn it into Mawa and make those delicious, soft and sweet Gulab Jamuns.

October 20, 201411:42 am
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Designer Rajesh Pratap Singh readies for winter with a luxurious line of scarves, stoles and pocket squares in collaboration with Shingora.

October 20, 201411:35 am
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Having recently bid goodbye to Satya Paul where she was the brand’s youngest Fashion Director for two years, Gupta has now hopped on board Myntra.com as Creative Director of Anouk, their Indian apparel brand.

October 20, 201411:29 am
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Call it insulation fashion or duvet couture, but winter is wearing its layers slightly differently this year — namely with batting sandwiched between two pieces of fabrics. With quilting capturing the imagination of designers the world over, what with international brands like Miu Miu, Kenzo and Chloé making the “duvet” jacket winter’s “it” accessory, local […]

October 20, 201411:16 am
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With a plethora of options from cupcakes with a crackle to mithai with French accents, from healthy organic produce to indulgent desserts, Diwali time has never been tastier.

October 20, 201410:57 am
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On a tightly-packed bus, a man is ogling at the woman next to him. As time passes, no one stops him. He tries to make a pass at her. There’s nothing new to this story. In fact, several versions of it take place on a regular basis. Now think of this as a street play, […]

October 20, 201410:52 am
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Running has metamorphosised into an activity of mythical devotion that transcends mere exercise.

October 20, 201410:25 am
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Love pasta but hate to add those extra kilos around your waist? Cool it down and reheat it again.

October 20, 201410:20 am
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Japanese household goods maker Kao Corp. may soon be using algae to produce cleansing agents for its products, specifically shampoo.

October 20, 201410:05 am
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Noyonita Lodh from Bangalore, who was crowned Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva Universe 2014, will compete in Miami for Miss Universe Jan 25, 2015.

October 21, 201412:26 pm
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Progressive methods are much used, with several dishes finished table-side, coming in a surreal array of textures and service styles.

October 19, 20141:00 am
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A young woman in search of love finds herself a new fairy tale.

October 19, 20141:00 am
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To those who brave the dark waters of the Yamuna, the river rewards them with a livelihood.

October 19, 20141:00 am
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I was missing the sounds that envelop the home when it’s a festival. Nobody was haranguing me to “get dressed properly and not look like a jhalli billi”.

October 19, 20141:00 am
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As children, Diwali meant a world of rituals. In our home, it began with extinguishing all the lights as soon as evening fell. In the darkness, a single diya was lit in the puja room, following which the whole house was lit up to draw in Goddess Lakshmi. As with every ritual, there were rewards. […]

October 19, 20141:00 am
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The homemade mithai the Michelin-starred chef grew up with, and recreating those for his friends and family.

October 19, 20141:00 am
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He ran away from his family on a train to nowhere. Five years later, 14-year-old Mohit Singh has found his way back home.

October 19, 20141:00 am
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The urgency of this vanishing language was not lost on Dr Shailendra Mohan, associate professor in Austro-Asiatic linguistics at Pune’s Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute.