Move over matrimonial websites, the new-age Indian is experimenting much beyond life-long commitment. From platforms offering extra-marital affairs to kinky encounters, today people just need to download a dating app to fulfi
Plastic Emotions, partly an epistolary novel, outlines De Silva’s life through letters, newspaper articles and telegrams exchanged with Le Corbusier – “the architect” in the novel – and with her dear friend Mimi.
Archana Garodia Gupta time-travels to revisit history’s epoch-making, sparkling moments and reopens chapters to show that although women rulers have been few in number and far between compared to their male counterparts in
According to Nike, 60% people wear the wrong-sized shoe. The company is now launching Nike Fit as a solution. Customers would be able to access Nike Fit both in stores and within the comfort of their homes
The craving for home-style food coupled with a desire to stay connected to their roots prompted these NRIs to pick up the apron. Now, they are taking it a step further by reintroducing desi food to the masses using social med
Apart from portable music, which comes in the form of MP3 players, there are also MP4 players. What differentiates one from the other is that while the former can contain only audio, the latter also allows you to play video.
"Jazz is the most democratic and free (form of) music in the universe... it can bend and fuse with any kind of music globally and, due to that intriguing quality, it can go undetected in all genres of music, provoking the fee
From gender equality and women empowerment to sex education and even bereavement, there are books out there today aiming to help children navigate life’s many challenges. With parents, publishers and authors alike seeing gr
Regional music from India and abroad is slowly coming out of the shadows and becoming popular. From Marathi ballads and Naga folk to K-pop songs and Nepali tunes, music from the farthest corners of the country and the world i