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HindustanTimes Sat,27 Dec 2014

Lifestyle

Taj Mahotsav begins in Agra

This year's Taj Mahotsav marks the 23rd year of the festival that showcases the best of Indian crafts and culture in Agra, one of the country's biggest tourist destinations.

A Calmer You: an idiot on vacation, are you?

Sonal Kalra has vowed to travel only to places where there are no tourist spots, nothing to photograph and no general unrest about bowel moments. Read latest from her column.

Calorie labels no deterrent for foodies

The labels on junk food carrying the calorie levels don’t really come in the way while you bite into a juicy burger, or so a recent study suggests. The high calorie counts of artery-clogging fast foods are often printed right in front of our eyes, but most people ignore them and go ahead and order their burgers and fries anyway, the study says.

Knowledge is universal: Dalai Lama

It was a rather calm morning in Delhi as Tibetan spiritual leader, the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzing Gyatso visited the Capital to talk about knowledge, inner peace and Buddhism.

Another e-commerce site to woo fashion lovers

Fashion curator Manisha Aggarwal's passion for designer wear has led her to take to the online space to create a new platform - closetonset.com, a one-stop shop for apparels and accessories from leading Indian designers.

Men take on the streets for change

In a public event on Friday, Delhi men plan to celebrate the change they have brought  in their attitude towards women

Campaign to get women online

Google India has initiated a campaign to help 5 crore women in the country get used to using the Internet in one year. Through digital literacy, they are undertaking...

On a wing and a player!

There are kids that fly toy planes. There are pilots that employ wings to real planes. And then there is a good little thing in between that is taking the air to blur the two.

Dwindling sex life? How to get more action

If stress is taking a toll on your sex life, here's your action plan to getting more action. A recent study finds that Britons are having less sex these days, all due to the pileup of work and money stress and technology replacing fun romps in the bedroom.

Handle this

From food walks and pub crawls to wine appreciation sessions and updates on happy hours, if you’re a foodie or a nightlife lover, these are the Twitter profiles to follow.

Last orders: Drink, but don’t drive

Apart from making the roads safer, the Mumbai Police divided the city’s revellers into two groups when the ‘anti-drinking and driving’ campaign was first launched six years ago.

Well done, Delhi

Thank you, dear readers, for making HT City’s Get Healthy, Delhi campaign such a huge success!

Couples who drink together, stick together

If you thought bars and pubs are the worst grounds to find a romantic partner, think again. Couples who are in sync with their taste for alcohol have better odds of sticking together over time, a new study finds.

Shaadi ka crash course

When it comes to crashing weddings, no one does it like Delhi. Some bin bulaaye mehmaans tell their tales.

How brain uses sleep for visual task learning

Evidence is mounting that while sleeping the brain employs neural oscillations - brainwaves - of particular frequencies to consolidate learning in specific brain regions.
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