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Drape Your Sari With a Twist

BY PUJA GUPTA Tired of binging on Netflix, playing chef and cleaning of your home? This is a fashion and lifestyle article. Let the fashionista free,...

Jewellery: An Intrinsic Part of Indian Culture

BY ADITI ROY Jewellery has been an intrinsic part of Indian culture and no other country in the world shares a more rich history than...

Here’s why Mind and Behavioural Coaching is Important for Indian Cricketers

BY YAJURVINDRA SINGH This week had three significant moments with regard to Indian cricket. The senior Indian team, having demolished New Zealand in the five-match...

52% Indian Netizens Do Not Take Cyber Security Seriously: Survey

About 52 per cent of Indian netizens have publicly shared their phone numbers/personal addresses, said a technological survey on Thursday that revealed that most...

An Average Indian Spends One-Third Waking Hours on Smartphone: Survey

An average Indian is spending one-third of his or her waking hours on phone - nearly 1,800 hours a year -- and three out...

Here’s why Indians Spend Nearly 1,800 Hours a Year on their Smartphone

An average Indian is spending one-third of his or her waking hours on phone - nearly 1,800 hours a year -- and three out...

The Best Destinations for a Perfect Travel Experience

Millennials are seekers of wholesome experiences. For them, travel is not just a means of escaping a busy lifestyle, but an end in itself....

Why Are Indian Teens Less Physically Active?

Too much focus on cricket might be the reason why Indian boys are not getting sufficient physical activity, while domestic chores are keeping girls...

Indian Economy Complex with Multiple Layers in its Social System

The economic slowdown is worrying. They say it is a global and cyclical phenomenon, and that things will improve in due course. Perhaps. Yet,...

Grub Fest to Tour More Indian Cities

After a successful Delhi run of its 17th edition, the Grub Fest shows no sign of receding into the backseat like most food festivals,...

Indian Economy in “Transition”

Before returning to New Delhi recently after attending the annual IMF-World fall meeting, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman provided an upbeat perspective on the Indian...

Indian Media Firms Struggle to Attract Investors and Stocks

Indian media firms are struggling to attract investors and stocks of media firms, along with manufacturing and auto companies, are witnessing a sharp decline...

Indian Institute of Technology Madras Showcase Social Media Hate Speech Detection Project

Hate speech detection on social media, text-to-braille converter are some of the projects that were showcased by the students of Indian Institute of Technology...

Indian Court Want Global Internet Companies to be More Responsible for Content on their Websites

India is ready to assign and define responsibilities in the freedom without responsibility internet world. Indian court and lawmakers want global Internet companies to...

Indian Navy, Restructuring its Organisational Setup to Cater to Advancements in its Military and Technical Systems

Indian Navy, the leanest of the three armed forces of the country, is contemplating restructuring its organisational setup to cater to the advancements in...

Survey Reveals that Indian Youth Prefer Job Stability Over Salary

A survey on Monday revealed that job security, followed by a healthy work-life balance, drives Indian youth to opt for banking and government jobs. Based...

Reform Plan for Indian Universities to Enable them to Achieve Global Rankings

A 10-point ambitious growth and reform plan for Indian universities was presented on Monday at an event here to enable them to achieve global...

Abhijit Banerjee: All you Need to Know about Nobel Laureate

 Indian-origin MIT professor Abhijit Banerjee, his wife and one-time Ph.D student Esther Duflo, and Harvard professor Michael Kremer have been awarded the 2019 Nobel...

1 in 3 Indian Organisations Facing Longer Downtimes and Higher Financial Costs from Security Breaches

Nearly one in three Indian organisations are facing longer downtimes and higher financial costs from security breaches and 24 per cent of firms felt...

Large Sections of Indian Population becoming Vulnerable to Natural Disasters

As climate cycles become unpredictable and weather patterns turn volatile, large sections of the Indian population are becoming vulnerable to natural disasters like flash...

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By Puja Gupta Indian men are becoming increasingly self-aware and skin-care is losing its retrograde 'girly' tag. Men are investing in grooming products and going...

Chromotherapy: Heal Physiological, Psychological Imbalances in the Body Through Colours

By Puja Gupta Colours are part of the natural world and they play a major role in a way we feel and react in various...

Helpless, Desperate Pakistani Hindus Convert to Islam to Overcome Troubles

(Editorial Note- The views expressed in this article have been shared from an article published at The New York Times) The lips of Hindus stumbled...

Priyanka Chopra is Being Extra Cautious During Covid Pandemic

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are being extra cautious during the Covid pandemic. Priyanka opened up on how the couple is coping during the global...