Anjali Jha

Articles By Anjali Jha

Galentine’s Day 2019: What female friendship means to these successful women

Thanks to the pop culture boom, Galentine's Day has become somewhat popular. To reiterate the importance of female friendship, we reached out to women, who are at the top of their game, to share their take on it and this is what they had to say.

World Cancer Day 2019: Early signs of lung cancer that you shouldn’t ignore

World Cancer Day Today: According to experts, lung cancer is curable only if it is detected early. Here are some of the early signs of lung cancer that you shouldn't ignore. 

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s stylist Aastha Sharma gives tips for brides-to-be

Stylist Aastha Sharma discusses why wearing a heavy lehenga is a thing of the past and how important it is to strike a balance between a heavy and comfortable bridal outfit.

World Mental Health Day: Is binge eating a mental disorder?

World Mental Health Day 2018: How many of us have eaten a bucket full of chocolate ice cream in one go? Is that just binge eating?

World Mental Health Day: Is sex addiction a real condition? We find out

World Mental Health Day 2018: Is it only a matter of time before the American Psychiatric Association starts recognising sex addiction as a bona fide mental disorder?

At the moment there is this obsession with tandoor: Chef Gary Mehigan

"At the moment, there is this obsession with tandoor and my all time favourite is south Indian cuisine. Especially, the breads - idli, dosa, uttapam - and all of these things", says celebrity chef Gary Mehigan.

For the LGBTQI community living in small town India, there’s a long road to acceptance

Section 377 might have been struck down, but social acceptance and financial stability often evade those who live in small town India.

Is coconut oil ‘pure poison’? Here’s what the experts have to say

Nutritionists may not brand coconut oil as poison. Coconut oil has a unique property of getting absorbed into the system directly, unlike the rest of the oils which mandates a digestive pathway.

Arunachal Bhawan: A taste of Arunachali flavours in Delhi

The quaintly named Chicken Boil, a healthy portion of bamboo shot and a whole lot of flavour. Rice is a staple in the Northeast and the Arunachali thali pairs the rice with meat, fish, green vegetables and herbs.

Dahi Handi – More of a “desi” party than a religious festival for Mumbai

Happy Janmashtami 2018: Human pyramids, pots of butter, athletics on display and community bonding mark the day after Janmashtami.

Is Vitamin D deficiency an urban myth?

How is it that till even a decade ago, we never heard of illnesses caused by Vitamin D deficiency? We can thank Boston University endocrinologist, Dr Michael Holick for this new awareness.

Raksha Bandhan 2018: From customised rakhis to cartoon-inspired ones; try out these new age designs

To make your life easier, we have listed some new age rakhis that can add some spark to your celebrations. Right from silver plated infinity promise rakhis to eco-friendly ones, options are many.

Has Swedish furniture-maker IKEA hit on the perfect formula to win over Indian hearts?

On offer for India - affordable, short, sturdy furniture and a pork & beef-free menu.

Suffering from post-sex blues? Here’s all you need to know about Postcoital Dysphoria

Experiencing feelings of depression, anxiety or irritability following what is otherwise a satisfactory intercourse, is termed as ‘Postcoital Dysphoria’. Read on to know more.

Cis, Bi, Transgender, Pansexual – a ready reckoner on sexual identities and leanings

Other than the three commonly used terms - lesbian, gay, and bisexual, people tend to be unclear of other identities or their definitions. But since ignorance isn’t bliss, it's time we understand and start talking about all sexual orientations. 

World Breastfeeding Week: Facing problems while feeding your baby? These tips may help you

The commercial market is flooded with infant formulas customised as per the needs of the baby. Newbie moms facing difficulty in feeding their infants can find other options to keep their child healthy.

Catching up with Keto: Miracle diet or just a fad which is going to keep you hungry and thin?

The Ketogenic Diet was one of the most popular weight loss trends in 2017, especially after actor Halle Berry, television personality June Shannon and reality star Kourtney Kardashian had publicly sworn by the diet.  

Everything you wanted to know about bariatric surgery, but didn’t know whom to ask

Bariatric surgery helps to reduce around 20 to 25kg of excess weight right after the operation and in the first month following it. But is this really the solution you should be opting for if your only health problem is that you’re slightly overweight?

Author Manjima Bhattacharjya on the fraught relationship between fashion and feminism

Mannequin: Working Women in India's Glamour Industry provides an in-depth look at how models at different stages of their career face difficulties, the gender disparity in Indian society and much more.  

Burberry burns unsold products worth £28.6 million to guard against counterfeiting; is it ethical?

Reportedly, the retailers said that the measure was much needed to prevent illegal counterfeiting by ensuring the supply chain remains intact.

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