According to Jenner, Baker-Miller Pink is the only colour scientifically proven to calm you and suppress your appetite.
The opulent Matahaari, Mumbai's newest nightclub in Worli, digs its heels in classic style to say its arrived.
Emojis and emoticons have replaced non-verbal cues like facial movements, voice pitch and other gestures.
In this case, apps seem to be more convenient than mobile websites.
Over 900 pupils, aged between 12-15 years, were recruited and asked to complete a questionnaire about how often they woke up at night to use social media and times of going to bed and waking.
Although vape pens, a second-generation electronic nicotine-delivery system (ENDS), look different but they share too many salient features of the act of smoking
Trying retail therapy like buying eye-catching t-shirts or dresses may help you gain love back in your life
Gratuities should be mandatory.
They had little financial access and autonomy to begin with and now with their secret stash of cash gone after demonetisation, women in India struggle to start all over again.
With Rahul Dholakia’s Raees set to release later this month, a look at the life and times of Abdul Latif, the bootlegger who became Gujarat’s most dreaded don.
Supreme control and a zen-like demeanour – the leggy heron offers us much to learn from.
The research also shows that in their pursuit of likes, nine per cent of men would post a photo of themselves naked compared to five per cent of women.
New findings from over 120,000 adolescents in the UK indicate that the relationship between screen time and well-being is weak at best, even at high levels of digital engagement.
Coyne found that children who frequently engage with superhero culture are more likely to be physically and relationally aggressive one year later.
There are three categories of selfie-takers — communicators, autobiographers and self-publicists.
Your older one associates guilt with lying and positive emotions with confessing.
Phishing e-mails often look like messages from companies ordinary people recognise and trust.
Researchers used spectroscopy to make measurements.
Earlier studies in this area have focused on the relationship between exercise and happiness, with mixed results.
Her detailed blogposts not only teaches travellers on how to do build a gas stove cabinet in a vehicle or electrifying her van, it also elaborates on the budget.
Growing up away from home means a fractured relationship with the language of one’s own. How does one reclaim it?
Incidents of sexual harassment are never just about the cities women live in. Cities do not repel women. It's the people who let them down.
There’s a birder’s paradise out there on winter days.
It may have shrunk in importance but it’s still part of our daily lives. So, can we look past the stereotypes and accept Urdu as the sum of its parts: its poetry and politics, its sounds and script?
The new doll for 2017 is a poet and dancer named Gabriela McBride, who used the two art forms to overcome stuttering.
Brain development is largely thought to involve synaptic pruning, rather than growth.
The latest edition of Dastkari Haat Craft Bazaar lends a touch of Persian to all things made in India.
Research has shown that chickens have some sense of numbers. Experiments with newly hatched domestic chicks showed they can discriminate between quantities.
Ansal Plaza, Delhi’s forgotten first mall, holds the promise of returning to public memory with a fleet of new restaurants and world-renowned retailers
The findings showed that impoverished children had more anti-social conduct such as aggression and bullying and increased feeling of helplessness, than kids from middle-income backgrounds.
The conversation has been filmed in Punjabi with the intention of reaching out to those parents who do not speak or understand English.
Details that were less memorable, relatively speaking, were more vulnerable to the misinformation effect, the researchers said.
Be it fame or fortune, power or possessions, it does nothing to quench the thirst we start out with.
The study suggests that hospitals can also engineer social incentives among friends and family to improve health care of their patients.
From humanity's universal goal of progress becoming meaningless to science fiction slouching towards apocalypse, here's a look at the stories from the Sunday EYE.
The next time we pop that potato chip, watch a potboiler or feel a sense of pride and belonging, we need to ask ourselves what’s going on inside us and where did all these thoughts and feelings come from?