OLX Everland is organising a one-of-its-kind event that allows children and parents to enjoy quality times together.
Psychopathic violent offenders have abnormalities in the parts of the brain related to learning from punishment, according to a new study.
Architects have created a cube that can turn into a whole apartment, complete with a bed, kitchen and bathroom.
Getting a pet is a 24x7 responsibility, more so if you are getting a pup.
In search of a foolproof method to tighten your abs? Learn the right moves.
American theatre practitioner Phillip Zarilli has been using Oriental art forms to train stage actors for decades.
According to a year-long survey involving 200 men in Turkey, overweight men with obvious bellies can last an amazing five minutes longer during sex than slim men.
While having a new pet in the house may be an awesome feeling for humans; for an existing pet it can be a nerve-wrecking experience.
Also called postnatal depression, PPD is a type of clinical depression which can affect women after childbirth.
Lizards are friendly creatures with bright, happy eyes and a positive outlook. So why are you scared of them?
Feeling stressed in the presence of strangers curbs the ability to express empathy, says a research.
Saturn teaches us that life is not always a bed of roses; it puts certain hurdles in our path so that we learn patience and become strong and determined to reach our goals.
It was my son who carried me softly into rooms I had locked forever.
Swedish photographer Reg Fallah’s images of public walls across India urges audiences to take a closer look at the concrete screens we look past everyday.
With an aim to make it an all-inclusive growth for skilled craftsmen of India, Snapdeal, one of the leading e-commerce players in the country, has launched a pilot project with India Post.
Sri Lankan dancer Venuri Perera explores intersections between a traitor and a patriot in Traitriot.
Men seek long-term relationships when women are in short supply, a fascinating study has found.
The app may help in reducing the stress levels of people who are victims of over-use of technology, work-life imbalance and relationship problems.
A software can reveal your personality better than your friends by analysing posts that you "like" on the social networking site Facebook.
Optimism boosts overall health but its positive impact on the heart is even greater, the findings showed.
The social networking site has also made inroads into becoming the popular choice among the elderly.
iPhones are become an extension of the self, whose loss leads to a lessening of 'self'.
Children's nighttime sleep was monitored by actigraphy, which uses a wristwatch-like device to evaluate sleep.
The responses of men and women to the threat of infidelity range from intense pangs of jealousy to elaborate displays of attention to woo their partner back.
The sample included 800 men aged 18 to 40 who were surveyed on their photo posting behaviour on social media.
With similar levels of exercise, the researchers found little physical difference between people aged 79 and those aged 55.
Three-quarters of heart attacks in young women could be prevented if they closely followed six healthy lifestyle practices.
Women are, in general, more nutritionally knowledgeable and engage in healthier food shopping strategies than men.
Attaining a fit body and happy life are common New Year resolutions, but in 2015, many seem to be pledging to fall in love.
The curated nature of our news feed and the fast-paced dynamics of our subscription feeds don’t only age news, but also allows us unprecedented distance from our actions and opinions.
Here's a collection of some creative calendars that will make you want to be an artist.
As 2015 approaches, here's a collection of New Year confessions you dread accepting, however true.
If you haven't made up your mind yet about what you want from the coming year, you can take a cue from these resolutions.
The study involved a group of nomadic herders living in a region of southwest Ethiopia and South Sudan.
Most people tend to automatically associate junk food with positive feelings, scientists say.
People seeking to get or stay fit in 2015 might do better to start today rather than rely on a New Year's resolution to shape up tomorrow.