With Forgetting, Devashish Makhija brings together a collection of 49 stories of varying scale, texture and tonality.
Artist Anjolie Ela Menon talks to Pallavi Chattopadhyay about veering towards public art and combining fantasy and reality.
Aneeth Arora brings to the ramp alter egos as she juxtaposes Princess Pea with a military-inspired range.
The AIFW finale was an extravagant story of the crafts of India, told by 25 designers, in their signature styles.
Allowing workers to choose the slot of hours they want to work in is good for their well-being, says a study.
“Pens and Palette”, a poetry session was conducted by an emerging group of poetry enthusiasts- Poetry Couture in association with Delhi Art Foundation.
Aditi credits her friends with persuading her to participate in the beauty pageant.
Brown fat is considered "good fat" or "healthy fat" because it burns calories to help generate heat for our bodies and expend energy.
If you thought you can trick yourself into eating less if you use a smaller plate, you are wrong, warns a new study.
With Black Tulip, Kiran Nagarkar revives the personal touch and humour that’s intrinsic to a heist thriller.
Psychedelic colours in nature nearly always look stunning on the creatures that sport them.
The government has moved from the business of bandobast to handing out bans.
Feluda is 50. It has been half a century since he stepped out of the pages of Sandesh into the chill of Darjeeling.
On Day Three of the Amazon India Fashion Week, Namrata Joshipura lent mystery to ramp with a collection that shimmered.
Storyteller, designer and founder of AHF, Rajeev Sethi, talks about the new kid on the block, the Sasian Journey.
How the milkshake brand Keventers began, lost their land and now return to claim a new space in the city
Some individuals may experience minimal intestinal damage, and this goes away with a gluten-free diet.
Each piece told the story of this modern-day princess — her castle is embroidered on her skirt and the metallic belt is cut out like her palatial home.
A historically rich and exceptionally diverse visual record of Mizoram.
Amit Aggarwal presented his first autumn-winter collection on the ramp under his prêt label, AM.IT.
Two stories of Partition introduce the work of a major writer from Pakistan to an English-speaking audience.
The documentation of the Kafkaesque Indian labour laws meant to protect the elite worker.
Kiran Nagarkar revives the personal touch and humour that’s intrinsic to a heist thriller.
On Thursday night the duo gave a lesson on sustainable fashion, one that the industry desperately needs to learn.
That hookah is less harmful than cigarette is a popular misconception that may have serious ramifications for the youth.
Researchers have developed a wearable device for the visually-challenged people that can help them avoid a collision.
The idea behind the one appointed hour every year is to sit and reflect. Reflect on our every wasteful move.
High-fat diet can affect brain health and promote changes in your behaviour, including increased anxiety, impaired memory.
What I love about this recipe is the use of crushed coriander seeds. I love their flavour and also the visual impact they add.
Malini Ramani and Rina Dhaka took to the stage to present their collections with a recurring naturalistic theme.
A world of its own, from debates on bans to the bun in the oven, clearly these days your life is an open Facebook.
People are hardwired to fall out of love and move onto new romantic relationships.
If you mostly stay indoors, get your Vitamin D levels checked, for you might be prone to many deadly diseases.
Drinking raw milk, instead of pasteurised milk, can increase your risk of getting food-borne illness by over 100 times.
Rajesh Pratap Singh opens the fashion week in Delhi with a collection that romances ikat with wool.
The scientists used embryonic stem cells, proteins involved in lung development, growth factors and protein mixture in a Petri dish.