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.
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.
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
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.
8 in 10 affluent Indians are married, the study shows.
Societal acceptance of working mothers is now a given and is at an all-time high, says a new study.
Researchers have found that married couples on average eat better than singles, but weigh significantly more and do less sport.
According to the study, a single traumatic incident can heighten memories and skew perceptions years after the event.
A photo is a trace, not the real thing
Hang planters on the wall, invite the bees and butterflies to your garden. Here are some ways to make sure there is always grass growing beneath your feet.
It is believed that the baby koels’ mom keeps hovering around her babies’ adopted home, ostensibly to check that they’re being brought up with proper values and even brings them tidbits as treats when they leave the nest.
Gunjan Gaur, permanent make-up expert at the capital based ALPS beauty clinic has dolled out some tips on how to have smudge free make-up.
Though your kid may be best buds with your dog, parents have been warned not to leave their children alone with their pets, after an attack on a newborn surfaced.
Will you believe that we do not know exactly how we look? In comparison, others are a better judge of our appearance, says a study.
People with similar olfactory fingerprints also showed similarity in their genes for immune system proteins linked to body odour and mate choice.
Whether you are a recent hire or just need a refresher course on interoffice relationships, here are some practical reminders on maintaining professional decorum and respect in a shared workplace.
The thing to remember about ‘blessings’ is that it is rarely ‘deliberate’, that is, said out loud. But, that does not make it ineffective.
The Sketchbook Project's aim is to create the largest collection of crowd-sourced sketchbooks from across the globe.
Carnatic vocalist TM Krishna, 39, on his decision to stay away from Chennai’s kutcheri circuit from this season, his rejection of the conservative tradition and why not all forms of music will accrue a huge following
Move aside, gyms and fancy equipment — corporate offices across the country are stretching to a new tune
Vinod Shukla, 43 security guard, Delhi on his dreams, aspirations and struggles in city life.
Before I explain these acts of violence to them, I tell myself that I must myself understand what rape is, and why it happens.
Squirrels are highly adaptable, entertaining little fellows, but be warned — they can read you the riot act if need be
Old-fashioned concoctions such as, well, the Old Fashioned, the Sidecar, the Pina Colada and the various juleps have found a new lease of life.
They examined the extent to which grey matter density in 176 participants predicted their scores on tests that rated their levels for cognitive empathy compared to affective or emotional empathy.
The diet slashed the individual's caloric intake down to 34 to 54 percent of normal, with a specific composition of proteins, carbohydrates, fats and micronutrients.
Yoga's relevance to preserving the environment and combating climate change, Menabde said, is in helping to reflect on what is important and realise the minimalist needs.
The extensive use of smartphones for personal and professional purposes is taking a toll on your neck, back and shoulder muscles. In fact, it can lead to a health condition called Text Neck. You can take corrective and preventive steps to tackle the posture problem with these simple yoga stretches and exercises which strengthen and […]