Getting gifts for men can be hard, no doubt; and if you still haven't figured out what you're buying your love, get the most out of your Valentine's Day, with these ideas.
Why should only couples have all the fun on Valentine’s Day? If you’re single and tired of all the mush that makes up V-Day, head to city restaurants and eateries where you can raise a toast to singledom.
Here are five recent love-themed video games that encompass an online, interactive poem and are one of 2013’s biggest releases.
Bollywood has turned us into romantic schmucks. Gee thanks Yashraj! We walk around thinking 'happily ever after toh banta hai yaar'. We bring you the worst of the lot!
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and partners are already planning to make the occasion special for their beloved, at the same time being cautious of not burning up their entire pockets. However, these five romantic apps would ease up the money pressure and yet make the day, signifying love and togetherness, special.
The best-selling author pens a short story exclusively for Brunch on the occasion of Valentine's Day. This story is a prequel to her first book, The Zoya Factor, that came out in 2008.
Angelic curls, commonly known as soft curls, is a hit for Valentine's Day. Hairdos like braids and one side sweep are popular too, says an expert.
Valentine's Day is synonymous with love and this time, express your feelings by dressing up right on the occasion, designers say.
Rescue Valentine's Day from becoming a cloying, kitschy mess of cliches. We bring you a new idea for every old one you've ever had. Junk teddy and diamond earrings idea. How about an iPad and online purchase option instead?
These five comics love to talk about love in their gigs, only it isn't sugar-coated. With Valentine's Day around the corner, we thought it would be fun to see what the funny people really have to say about love.
Love it or hate it...celebrate it or sulk in a corner, this luv-shuv and V-Day tamasha can have only one outcome. Ask me! Sonal Kalra writes.
Shashank Anand takes his role as a champion of lovers very seriously. The 40-year-old sanyasi, who runs a meditation centre to help dejected lovers, wants to focus his energies in turning love into an "andolan" (revolution).
Those who fear that their penchant for procrastination may have foiled plans for a Valentine's Day of romance can turn to new apps that offer help with dinner reservations and fresh flowers, even at the last minute.