More than a century after first-class passengers aboard the ill-fated Titanic ate grilled mutton chops and custard pudding in an elaborate dining room, the ship's last luncheon menu is expected to fetch up to $70,000 in an online auction.
Single mothers are far more likely to live in poverty than single fathers and their condition deteriorates with each additional child they have, new research has found.
Popular testosterone therapy given to women undergoing sex change can make them think more like men after the treatment, a unique study has suggested.
The debate between free will and destiny stems out of ignorance.
Most predators are armed with a glittering arsenal of claws and teeth with which they catch, rip apart and devour their prey.
Imaad Shah opens up about his work and family.
Sadaf, 18, undergraduate student at Delhi University on moving from Kabul to Delhi.
When your machines enter a digital delirium, it is a reminder that technology is not just fallible but unpredictable.
Some of India’s best-known actors are emerging from different professional fields. They have full-time jobs but end their evenings with theatre.
Pain, frustration and depression are a part of any case of assisted pregnancy.
With festival of Raksha Bandhan just round the corner, markets are stocked with varieties of 'rakhis' but do-it-yourself options allow people to unleash their creative side.
Murderers who kill intimate partners and family members have more severe mental illness (particularly psychotic disorders), few previous felony convictions, are less intelligent and have more cognitive impairment, the study said.
A collection of vintage photographs from arguably the world’s oldest studio, Bourne and Shepherd, showcases an India of the past.
Chronic exposure to social stressors is known to cause vulnerability to disease and mortality through dysregulation of the human body's stress response.
The trick to deal with life is to operate with trust rather than fear.
Award-winning Australian illustrator, Nicki Greenberg, on her adaptations, creating fantastical characters and collaborations
In December last year, this unique craft found its way into UNESCO’s List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH), alongside Turkish art of marbling, and the Japanese technique of making hand-made paper, called Washi.
The exhibition features images from lesser-known bodies of work on Rajasthan and Kashmir alongside photographs from his dozen odd large-format books focussing on different parts of urban and rural India.
Swiss-born Frenchman Charles Edouard Jeanneret Gris adopted the pseudonym Le Corbusier because he felt it would suit his architectural persona.
Living creatures have evolved partnerships where, for the most part, they look out for each other, and “live together” even when they are not remotely related to each other.
A 28-year old female bouncer from Saharanpur in UP talks about her struggles to find her feet in the profession.
“Corbusier’s buildings were climate responsive and locally interpretable, at a time when modernism was always accused of egocentrism,” says Yatin Pandya, a city-based architect.
Raketh Tiwari, 40, watchman at an Atm in New Delhi on moving to New Delhi
Believe it or not but a couple Ken and Ann Fredericks, of Satellite Beach, Fla, who were married 60 years back are yet to finish their wedding cake.
Mind and body are interconnected to such an extent that during personal setbacks, the unconscious mind expresses through the body, leading to problems like stomach ache, says fitness coach Jasmin Waldmann.
Tall masculine men who are around 35 years of age are perceived to be the most dominant, says a new study.
A healthy mood spreads faster through social networks but depression does not, say researchers.
Under an FDA-imposed safety plan, doctors will only be able to prescribe Addyi after completing an online certification process that requires counseling patients about Addyi's risks.
You might consider buying it if you are someone who runs everyday and wouldn’t mind paying to improve the experience.
They say - ‘It’s all in the stars’. But do stars (planets) really govern our life? What role do they play, if at all and how does it impact our life?
Playing a tile-matching puzzle video game for as little as three minutes at a stretch can weaken cravings for drugs, food, sex and sleeping by approximately one-fifth, claims a study.
When we were young, no one had to tell us to love our country.
The selfie project: A feature on the spaces and objects that define our work and home life through the selfie.
It is curious that social network sites like Facebook have transitioned from storing our data to remembering our data.
Vicky Tiwari, 17, student and socks vendor on moving from Bhadohi, UP to Pune.
Whether they live on land or underwater, or spend much of their lives in the sky, most living creatures look great moving in their element.