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Katie Holmes doles out beauty tips to moms-on-the-move

No mascara or hair care products? Actress Katie Holmes has a few beauty tips for moms-on-the-move.


Kidney stones may increase bone fracture risk

People, especially women, who develop kidney stones may be at increased risk of experiencing bone fractures, finds a research.


Express recipe: How to make Hara Bhara Kebab on a stick

The grill seemed predominantly non-vegetarian as I decided to convert my hara bhara kebabs into hara bhara kebabs on a stick!


Game cuisine: A Rajput legacy

Much to its presence in Rajasthani homes, and restaurants, today, Laal Maas was once the privy of only the kings and hunters.


Love fried food? Try olive oil

The researchers deep- and pan-fried raw potato pieces in four different refined oils – olive, corn, soybean and sunflower – and reused the oil 10 times.


Marital woes can make you fat

If you have a history of depression, picking up fights with your better half could increase the risk of obesity.


Do’s and Don’ts: Follow these tips for a safe Diwali

Read these guidelines before you step out to celebrate Diwali.


Colours of Goa: Stephany D’souza on Malaysia Fashion Week & INTRADE

Stephany D’souza, the only Indian designer at the Malaysia Fashion Week & INTRADE, on a new audience and her anti-fit ideology.


Diwali recipes: Snacks to impress friends and family

Want friends and family eating out of your hands? Treat them to a festive platter this season.


Designer Raghavendra Rathore pays tribute to legendary Oscar de la Renta

Designer Raghavendra Rathore remembers the years, in the early 90s, when he worked under the debonair designer, post graduating from Parsons The New School of Design, New York. Here he pens his tribute.


Non-smokers face major health risks in smoking homes

Living with smokers is as bad as living in smoke-free homes in heavily polluted cities such as Beijing or London, researchers said.


Yes, superheroes do exist; these kids confirmed

A group of journalists, after hearing stories of superheroes saving the lives of poor and underpriviliged children, decide to dig deep.


Hills, beaches and cricket: Welcome to Don Bradman’s city Adelaide

“I wish Tendulkar was playing”, exclaims a cricket enthusiast in Adelaide where the hype around the India-Pakistan ICC World Cup match on 15 February next year is almost at its peak.


Young kids often given wrong medication

One child is affected every eight minutes when usually a well-meaning parent or caregiver commits an unintentional medication error.


Repeated viewing of violence and sex ‘desensitises’ parents

When it comes to sex and violence, the more parents watch TV shows or movies with explicit scenes, the less they care about what their kids can watch.