Valentine's Day is that yearly annoyance that spares no one, most regrettably me. Neither my apathy nor my distaste for this marketing scam of a day.
Arrey jao, nahi karna celebrate Valentine shalentine day, kar lo jo karna hai. I’m sick and tired of every vella asking every other about their plans for V-Day.
Fit at 41, Leander Paes won the Australian Open mixed doubles title with Martina Hingis last week. A look at how the tennis star stays on top of his game, and how you can too.
Out on your first date? Make sure that the spot you pick has a soothing music running in the background to maximise your chances of falling in love.
Settling for "Mr Okay" is a better evolutionary strategy than waiting for "Mr Perfect", a study says.
Your renal glands keep your body clean. Make sure they’re in good shape, writes Shikha Sharma.
Everything you hear about Japan is... not always true and never entirely false. In between is a country you have to visit to believe.
One of the most glamorous events in the Indian art circuit, the India Art Fair turned seven this year. A look at some of the artists whose work invited a third glance.
British-Chinese writer Jung Chang talks about her bestselling family biography Wild Swan and about her books being banned in China.
This week has been a huge one for Bibhu Mohapatra. And it’s all thanks to Michelle Obama and the one knee-length floral dress the US First Lady wore, with matching coat and black pumps, to be precise.
Looking good on the inside will never be a task now. This season, innerwear spells sexy laces! From Chantilly to Tulle, here’s all you need to know about various kinds of lacy lingerie.
Children never cease to amaze me - their perspective of the world and their surroundings astounds me. They keep you on your toes with their constant curiosity, and their open minds are receptive to the answers they get. And then they grow up.
We have rounded up a few sari looks we’d love to see her in while she's in India. So without further ado, make way for Michelle Obama's desi avatar, as imagined by us.
There may be no equivalent dish in India called ‘curry’, but the way the British modified its spices and flavours during the long colonial encounter is evident from a rare recipe discovered in a domestic servant’s notebook in an archive in East Yorkshire.
A new study has revealed that the negative relationship between Facebook use and kids? bad grades has little to do with Facebook.