• Umbrella
    Aug 04, 2015 19:53 IST

    So what if it’s raining? Here’s how to stay stylish, always

    Don’t let the rains play spoilsport, and opt for fuss-free outfits such as jumpsuits, dungarees, mini dresses and shorts. Add to your style with matching umbrellas and raincoats in cheery colours. Here are some style inspirations.

  • Crush
    Aug 04, 2015 19:29 IST

    Actually, it is okay to get crushes even when you're married

    Don't get us wrong, but having a crush may actually boost your desire for your significant other! So, if you are married but can't take your eyes off a good looking co-worker, no need to feel guilty, according to a new study.

  • Dolgarrog
    Aug 04, 2015 20:14 IST

    Welsh surf park offers world's longest man-made ride

    The £12-million ($18.7-million, 17-million-euro) surf park is set to revolutionise the sport, using a Spanish-designed plough and pulley system that runs underwater along a central mesh-encased pier to create a wave a minute crashing back and forth at up to two metres (6.6 feet) high.

  • Climb tree after yoga
    Aug 04, 2015 18:31 IST

    Climb a tree after yoga for better memory, you read it right

    Activities that make us think can improve our cognitive skills which can help boost our working memory. This is true for adults as well.

  • Dark circles
    Aug 04, 2015 19:30 IST

    7 simple tips to bid your dark circles goodbye

    From diet changes to lifestyle changes, we give you seven tips to get rid of your dark circles.

  • Erica Lust
    Aug 04, 2015 14:25 IST

    Porn needn't be smutty: Feminist erotica director Erica Lust

    Erika Lust, a Swedish feminist porn director, screenwriter and producer, has pioneered the field of feminist pornography across the world. She says that traditional porn films cater to the male gaze only and alternative erotica offers more diversity, higher production standards and exciting narratives that both genders can enjoy.

  • Sleep Talk
    Aug 04, 2015 17:06 IST

    Lets do the sleep talk: Sleep-related myths and benefits

    From irritability to lack of concentration, sleep deprivation has far-ranging ill effects.We get experts to bust some myths like snoring means deep sleep. We also enlist the benefits of a good night’s sleep.

  • Happy children
    Aug 03, 2015 19:36 IST

    Judging your child's happiness based on your feelings?

    The study which finds that parents judge their children's happiness based on their own feelings attributed the discrepancies to an 'egocentric bias'. Parents rely too heavily on their own feelings in assessing the happiness of the family unit as a whole.

  • aquarium
    Aug 03, 2015 19:36 IST

    Really? Lower blood pressure naturally by watching aquarium

    A new research has found that viewing aquarium displays may not only improve your mood after a hard day at work, the exposure may also lead to reduction in blood pressure and heart rate.

  • porn
    Aug 04, 2015 09:03 IST

    Saying it explicitly: Why Indian women watch porn

    The kind of erotic material Indian women view, and what they want to, will surprise many. From bondage to romantic-couple porn, the range is wide and wild. But, what they actually look for is to watch women, like themselves, having fun.

  • Mumbai
    Aug 03, 2015 19:31 IST

    Mumbai named most expensive city for travellers, yet again

    Don't forget to pack your wallet when visiting India's financial capital. Why? Because Mumbai has been ranked the most expensive among nine key Indian cities for the third consecutive year! While, Chandigarh bagged the best value destination for a city break in a survey released on Monday.

  • Couple
    Aug 03, 2015 19:19 IST

    Couples boasting about their love on Facebook last longer!

    A new study has found that couples, who boast about their relationship on Facebook, such as posting photos with their partner and writing on their wall, are more likely to be committed and stay together.

  • perfectionism
    Aug 03, 2015 19:13 IST

    Perfectionism an unhealthy way to live, may stress you out!

    When it comes to mental health, perfectionism isn't all that perfect. According a new study, perfectionists who constantly worry about making mistakes and letting others down may sabotage their success at work, and even develop health problems.

  • Opal
    Aug 03, 2015 19:27 IST

    The Virgin Rainbow: Oz museum to display world's finest opal

    An Australian museum on Monday said it would exhibit what it believes is the best opal stone ever found -- a 6.0-centimetre (2.4 inch) multi-coloured gem unearthed in the Outback named the Virgin Rainbow.

  • Sequels to plays
    Aug 03, 2015 19:01 IST

    Second act- After movies, plays go the sequel way

    Several sequels to plays have been staged in the city over the past few months; we find out if the concept of a franchise works in the theatre circuit.