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Lights, camera, Bollywood drama: new era of wedding videos

Pre-wedding videos and marriage ceremony teasers are hot and trendy these days. People want their love and rituals to be captured Bollywood style.


Five tips to de-stress at work place

With a demanding boss, a long list of to-dos, you may get stressed in office. Beat the stress by downloading an app or gorging on oranges.


Share domestic chores for super sex life

Do you often ignore sharing household chores with your spouse? Start helping her from now on as it comes with an extra incentive.


Do you really need to drink 8 glasses of water? Top 4 health myths exposed

Experts bust health and body myths that have been the part of our lifestyle since ages.


Ten steps: How to wash vegetables and keep infections at bay

We might be inviting stomach infections and other food-borne diseases if we don’t exercise due care in washing our vegetables before cooking.


How these rural entrepreneurs turn waste into artwork

Made with old newspapers, cardboard and other kinds of waste paper a mix of raw pulp is obtained by soaking these materials in water.


Acupuncture boon for breast cancer patients

Acupuncture can bring significant improvements in fatigue, anxiety and depression in as little as eight weeks for early stage breast cancer patients.


Screens to replace reading glasses

If researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and University of California-Berkeley have their way, vision-correcting displays will throw eyeglasses or contact lenses into the trash can.


Watch this video if you want to go back to school

First exposure to society, first surge of rebellion, first crush, first best friend…there are many firsts attached to a schoollife that remain etched in our memories for lifetime.


Stop sunbathing: Generation of tanners see spike in deadly melanoma

The report blames a generation of sun worshipping for the $8 billion spent to treat all forms of skin cancer each year.


Simple blood test may even predict suicide

A simple blood test can soon reliably predict a person’s risk of attempting suicide, significant research reveals.


The Transformers: Artists turn a derelict street in Said-ul-Ajaib into a landscape

By Samira Bose Said-ul-Ajaib until recently saw footfall because it hosts the Garden of Five Senses, within which fine-dining restaurants have laid siege. But now, the road ahead holds promise too. Khasra No 258 in Said-ul-Ajaib is a dirt path, accentuated by exposed bricks and faded black doorways. Vibrant graffiti on low walls read “Bond”. […]


Lalit Kala Akademi celebrates 60 years next month

Marking the occasion will be the arts — from fine art to dance and cinematic opera.


The Luxury Conundrum: How high can prices really go?

What you paid Rs 25,000 for just five years ago now costs Rs 38,000. Hand-tooled Italian shoes that cost Rs 12,000 at full price 10 years ago, now start at Rs 45,000.


Infants smell threats by mother’s odour

Infants can detect threats just by smelling the odour their mother gives off when she feels fear, says a study.