Ishita Goel


Ishita enjoys reading and is a budding writer.

Why more and more people are committing suicide before a live online audience
Sun, Aug 19, 2018

For many, streaming their suicide online is a ‘cry for help’. However, when people assume that someone else will take the initiative to stop the act and don't do anything, it breaks down the victim's trust furthermore and adds to their helplessness.

Are there side effects to taking multiple medicines together? Find out why
Thu, Aug 16, 2018

Polypharmacy: It means when a person takes five or more prescription medicines in a day. It may help control various health issues, but taking them together can cause more harm than good.

Toys in war zone: Artist shares war stories through children’s eyes
Thu, Aug 16, 2018

Speaking to, Brian McCarty shares what it's like to hear children's heartfelt war experiences, how effective art therapy has been for them, and more.

Valued up to a whopping Rs 71 crore; here are the most expensive stamps in the world
Wed, Aug 08, 2018

Ever since the first stamp was put on a letter, they have inspired philatelists and enthusiasts around the world. However, it's not all romance and lore. Stamps can cost quite a fortune too.

Planning a wedding? Let the top designers of the country help you choose the best outfit
Wed, Aug 08, 2018

Falguni and Shane Peacock, Shyamal and Bhumika and others share their ideas of an ideal bride and what are the best bridal lehenga options that you can consider for your wedding.

Celebrity stylist Anaita Shroff Adajania spills tips for to-be brides at the Vogue Wedding Show
Tue, Aug 07, 2018

Celebrity stylist Anaita Shroff Adajania shares some pointers on how brides can be resplendent on their wedding day. Catch all the wedding wear highlights that are a big hit this year.

Moms on the job: Lawmakers across the world who breastfed while at work
Mon, Aug 06, 2018

This Breastfeeding Week, we celebrate women politicians who came out to set examples for millions of women all over the world by breastfeeding in public.

Friendship Day 2018: ‘Little Women’ to ‘A Thousand Splendid Suns’, 5 beautiful books on female friendships
Sun, Aug 05, 2018

Friendship Day 2018 books on female friendships: From 'Pride and Prejudice' to 'The Handmaid's Tale', here are five books where authors have deeply explored the beautiful bond that women share.

Microbreweries: How did making beer for a living become a legit career option?
Sat, Aug 04, 2018

India's microbrewery founders open about the charm and challenges of making it in the beer brewing business.

From wood splinters to menstruation belt: How sanitary napkins evolved over time
Mon, Jul 23, 2018

Though most men may shirk away when it comes to the 'period talk', sanitary napkins ironically were initially made for them. These disposable pads were developed by nurses in France to control the bleeding of the soldiers injured during battle.

How Ranveer Singh is causing a stir in men’s fashion; his stylist spills the beans
Fri, Jul 06, 2018

There's no doubt Ranveer Singh is a trendsetter. And who better than his stylist, Nitasha Gaurav to spill the beans on what goes into curating his iconic looks? Speaking to, Gaurav shares what sets Singh apart from the rest.

Are Apple seeds poisonous? Here is the answer
Fri, Jun 29, 2018

Don't worry, for apple seeds to be really poisonous, one would have to consume around 40-50 cores in an hour.

Scientist, model, writer: Meet Samarpan Maiti, runner-up of Mr Gay World 2018
Mon, Jun 25, 2018

Gaining recent fame as the runner-up of Mr Gay World 2018, Samarpan Maiti, an IIT Kharagpur alumnus, is locally known as the man who is trying to find a cure for brain cancer.

World Music Day 2018: Meet DJ Sameer; visually challenged but has an ear for music
Thu, Jun 21, 2018

World Music Day 2018: Meet DJ Sameer, visually challenged but entertaining people with his brilliant remixes from techno to Bollywood to hip. Check out the video of his party songs here.

International Yoga Day 2018: How to twist yoga into fitness fusion for a fun workout session
Thu, Jun 21, 2018

International Yoga Day 2018: From fashion to food, everything seems to be going into fusion mode, so why not make fitness into an interesting cocktail of exercises too? This year, give your yoga asanas a peppy twist.

From depression to suicide: Why more Indians are falling into the trap
Wed, Jun 13, 2018

Depression is one of the leading causes of suicide in India, which has become the second leading cause of death among young Indians, according to a study. Ever wondered why? Read on.

Bored of green and black tea? Try blue tea with its miraculous health benefits
Thu, Jun 07, 2018

Blue tea has a sweet and earthy flavour that is much easier on the palate. As it is slowly gaining popularity among tea lovers, here's all you need to know about the exciting flavour.

10 types of cheese you should definitely try once in your life
Wed, Jun 06, 2018

Cheese is one of the most drool-worthy food items all over the world and is available in a plethora of choices. Here are 10 offbeat types of cheese you would think twice before ordering.

World Environment Day 2018: Meet the campaigners who are making your city plastic-free
Tue, Jun 05, 2018

World Environment Day 2018, themed ''Beat Plastic Pollution'' lays bare the concern of plastic choking the environment. While the UN is observing it by spreading awareness on how plastic is a slow killer, here are some front-runners near you who are striving for a plastic-free world.

International Bikini Day: From 1800s to the ’90s: How the bathing suits have evolved over time
Thu, Jul 05, 2018

From burkini that swaddles up the female form to the brief bikini, bathing suits have managed to offend and impress many at the same time. Be it the Victorian belted dresses to the modern day brief bikini, here's looking at ten crazy bathing suits in history.