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Looking for your favourite musical instrument in vain? Log on to

Now you can shop for musical instruments online by logging on to as it launches Musical Instruments & Professional Audio Store on Thursday.


Health ATMs can be a reality soon

Health ATMs, with a stock of drugs and other medical essentials, can soon become a reality in rural parts of India.


Unveil your mind at first-ever sex exhibition

The collection, features objects spanning art, rare archival material, erotica, film and photography,


Too much texting bad for your spine

Simple texting on smartphone can exert nearly 23 kg of pressure on your spine depending on the angle at which you are texting.


Are these little kids invisible or you are blind? A Pakistani video forces you to think

We often turn blind eye to the issues we don’t have solutions for. So what do we do then?


Ladies! High heels bring men to their knees

If you need help from men on the road, wear high heels. This is the message from a new study.


Hate your job? It may be good for your memory

If you hate your job because it requires complex work with other people or data, you may now discard the negative thoughts.


From Aamti to Vada Pav: A slice of simple yet exotic Maharashtrian cuisine

Addictive. Potent Drug. Sinfully Spicy. Unforgettable. Here is a slice of the simple yet unabashedly exotic Maharastra’s cuisine.


Malian musician Fatoumata Diawara talks about bringing hope through her music

Malian musician Fatoumata Diawara, ousted from her community, talks about bringing hope through her music.


Honduran Miss World contestant and sister found murdered

A Honduran beauty queen has been found shot dead just days before she was due to compete in the Miss World pageant.


Holy Smoke is here to light up the culinary sky

It happened. And we didn’t even have to sacrifice to Great Cthulhu. Holy Smoke,which just raised shutters in Gurgaon, gives us the meaty mainstay we have been waiting for. The space is explicitly carnivorous, from the butcher hooks hanging from a faux rail to the monumental bar supported by moulds of very real goat carcasses […]


Rama takes a bow: Two dance-drama productions of the Ramayana highlight contemporary concerns

Two dance-drama productions of the Ramayana — Rukmini Devi Arundale’s tour de force spread over six days, and a loaded work by a young troupe from Varanasi — show how epic journeys are paved with contemporary concerns.


Playing Farmville on Facebook cements familial bonds

Do not fret if your child is playing Farmville on Facebook with his/her siblings or cousins.


Low Vitamin D levels may lead to early death

Vitamin D deficiency is not just bad for your bone health, it can also result in various other diseases leading to an early death.


Fibre-rich diet helps you lose weight

Certain fibres contained in prepared foods such as cereals, cereal bars, baking mixes, and drinks may cause a shift towards beneficial bacteria in the gut.