Diwali 2018

Diwali 2018 News

Ananya Panday's trendy take on ethnic wear will inspire you to recreate the look

Ananya Panday recently caught our attention while attending Karan Johar's Diwali bash. Clad in lime-coloured matching separates, her fresh take on festive wear is very impressive.

Beauty hacks: Protect your skin from pollution this festive season

Pollution can strip your skin of moisture, cause inflammation, and premature ageing. Here are a few steps you can take to limit the harmful effects on your skin.

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Delhi Air Pollution: Try these effective breathing exercises for strong lungs

Alarmingly, 14 of the 20 most polluted cities are in India. To minimise the harmful effects of air pollution, you can op t for some breathing exercises to keep our lungs strong, healthy and clean. 

4 must-try treats to enjoy with your family

Diwali 2018: Try these healthy and quick recipes this festive season.

Masala chai carrot cake to chocolate barfi: 4 dessert recipes to try this Diwali

Celebrate Diwali 2018 by making these desserts at home.

Laddoo to phirni, make these healthy and delicious sweets at home

Home-made sweets may turn out be a better choice with use of fresh ingredients and jaggery or honey instead of sugar.

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Craving something sweet? Try these easy recipes with your kids

Diwali 2018: The preparation process will engage your kids' other senses besides taste, thus bridging the gap between look, smell and feel. So, make it a family culture / tradition to cook during festivals.

Donald Trump forgets to mention Hindus in Diwali celebration tweet; gets schooled online

While some pointed out that the Diwali was last week, others said it was enough time to do a Google search to get facts right. People trolled him online for getting it right, finally on the third attempt.

Noisier Diwali in Pune this year; Kothrud, Mandai and Karve Road see loudest celebrations

On Bhau Bheej, November 9, the noise levels from firecrackers ranged between 72 and 80 dB across all locations in the day, and it was the loudest at Laxmi Road area, 80.5dB.

Central Pollution Control Board writes to Noida District Magistrate over unauthorised firecracker sale

The Supreme Court had in a recent ruling allowed people to burst firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm only on Diwali and other festivals. But despite the court order, certain places recorded violations wherein firecrackers were burnt before and after the set time frame.

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Delhi air quality breaches ‘hazardous’ category a day after Diwali — see photos

Delhi Pollution: The air quality in Anand Vihar and areas around Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium recorded 999 AQI and Chanakyapuri 459, exposing people to major health risks

Diwali 2018: How India celebrated the festival of lights

Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the most celebrated occasions in India. Also known as Deepawali/Deepavali, it is observed across the country in the autumn season, and by Hindus world-wide. This year, Diwali falls on November 6 and 7

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Diwali 2018: India gears up to celebrate the festival of lights

Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the most celebrated occasions in India. Also known as Deepawali/Deepavali, it is observed across the country in the autumn season, and by Hindus worldwide. This year, Diwali falls on November 6 and 7

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