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Flipside of Fad Diets

13 July 2019 1:41 PM GMT
If skipping meals is a bad idea, then how about eating low carb meals? And if you are not the soup and salad type, then you could attempt the keto...


6 July 2019 2:03 PM GMT
Violent use of guns in contemporary times seems to have unsettled peace across the national capital – the authorities need to curtail the supply of illegal firearms

An India across the sea

29 Jun 2019 4:04 PM GMT
‘Kamboja-Desa’ of our Puranas, Cambodia shares rich geographical, civilisational and cultural ties with India that are today being overpowered by Chinese omnipresence


22 Jun 2019 3:51 PM GMT
In a diet crazy world, the go-to mantra seems to be 'fat free' – but little can be more dangerous. Fats are essential to our well-being and we must be wise in distinguishing the good fat from the bad fat while planning our diet

Beware, its fake!

15 Jun 2019 1:37 PM GMT
Glossed in finesse and appearing all too real, local markets across India, particularly in Delhi, are rampantly selling counterfeit products made using substandard material that pose a serious threat to well-being

Unique & Unforgettable: Nadeem Shravan

15 Jun 2019 1:36 PM GMT
They were the only composers of the 1990's & 2000's to have relied heavily on three instruments – the bansuri, sitar and shehnai – in almost all their songs

Hustle for that Muscle

8 Jun 2019 1:12 PM GMT
Our health today is deeply sacrificed with contaminated lifestyles, irregular routines and overall dissatisfaction. To help maintain the essential body-mind balance, several new-age workout regimes are turning tables to bring remarkable difference in everyday life

The Vangaurds: Anand-Milind

1 Jun 2019 12:21 PM GMT
Sons of veteran music composer Chitragupt, brothers Anand and Milind expressed an early inclination towards music, going on to compose for over 200 films

Shankar Jaikishan: The magical Duo

25 May 2019 12:30 PM GMT
Shankar Jaikishan were among the greatest musicians to have graced Hindi cinema – they were exceedingly popular and 75 per cent of their films were musical hits


18 May 2019 2:24 PM GMT
As India awaits its next government with a mix of apprehension and nonchalance, our politicos are quickly tying loose ends to propose a coalition of difference that can truly achieve ‘vikas’ in tandem with ‘sabka saath’


11 May 2019 2:43 PM GMT
For development, the current government has aggressively undertaken demolition of Banaras's old structures to make way for ‘new Varanasi’ – but, in this race to emerge on top, the symbols of heritage that pinnacle this ancient city are quickly dissipating into oblivion

Going Electric

4 May 2019 4:23 PM GMT
With fatal pollution levels choking Indian metros, electric vehicles offer a most lucrative avenue for respite – but, with inadequate policies and crumbling infrastructure, the Indian dream of ‘going electric’ is still many miles away
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