Life Style

Nervous about your first sexual experience?

NEW DELHI:Valentine's Day or not, when it comes to sex people generally want their first time to be special and memorable. Knowing that you'll be having sex for the first time might create anxiety, nervousness and for some a lot of excitement. But others might be wondering how it feels.

A passion outside office is key to mental health

NEW DELHI:Some of us are lucky enough to have the kind of career which encapsulates our passions leading to a wholesome life purpose along with personal essence and technical skill set - all in one sweet package.

More men buy fashion items on EMI than women: Survey

BENGALURU:Turning conventional wisdom on its head, a new survey on Tuesday suggested that men in India are no less interested than women when it comes to purchases related to fashion items.

Narayan Jewellers to unveil new collection at New York Fashion Week

NEW DELHI:Home-grown brand Narayan Jewellers will be launching their new collection called "The Empress" Collection at designer Bibhu Mohapatras runway show of Fall 2020 collection in the New York Fashion Week on Wednesday.

US-India likely to finalize trade, defence deal during Trump visit

NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON:After signing a trade deal with China, the US is likely to finalize a trade agreement and a defence deal with India during the visit of President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump later this month.

Bouquets are passe, gift a plant this Valentine's Day

NEW DELHI:Plants are known to usher in calm and beauty to any space, and they can do exactly that to your relationship too.
If you are thinking of gifting your loved ones a beautiful bouquet of flowers this season, think again. This Valentine's Day, gift a live plant rather than a bouquet. Real plants are aesthetically pleasing, pocket-friendly and come in varied shapes and forms. Cherry on the cake, they will grow with love and care just like your relationship with your loved ones.

PETA suggests all-vegan food in midday meal

LUCKNOW:The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India has sent letters accompanied by informative brochures detailing the health dangers of meat, egg, and dairy consumption to all state and union territory education ministries across the nation.

Compound in cabbage helps fight fatty liver disease

NEW YORK:A natural compound found in cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, kale, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts can help control non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), new research has found.

Def Expo: Hotel tariffs skyrocket, wedding plans go awry

LUCKNOW:Hotel tariffs in Lucknow have skyrocketed with hotels having almost run out of rooms due to the Defence Expo which begins on Wednesday.

My 30 years in the industry stands for patience, resilience'

NEW DELHI:Veteran fashion designer Manish Malhotra who will be completing 30 years in costumes designing this year says his journey of there decades stands for focus, patience, resilience and evolving with time.

8 lakh Indians using extramarital dating app Gleeden

NEW DELHI:Eight lakh married Indian men and women, with the largest percentage from the tech hub of Bengaluru, have registered on an extra-marital dating app -- Gleeden, a new report said on Monday.

Netizens troll BJP leader over Bangladeshis eating 'poha'

NEW DELHI:A statement made by Bhartiya Janata Party leader Kailash Vijayvargiya garnered hilarious trolls and reaction by the tweeple around the country.

Affordable access to on-trend styles on the go

NEW DELHI:Millennials know the difference between indulging and wasting... they are the highest spenders today, but know what to and what not to shell out the bucks for. Keeping this in mind Stage3, one of Indias leading fashion-tech platform is transforming millennial Indias closets by providing affordable access to on-trend, glamorous fashion.

'Adam's Free Mall' offers free clothes homeless

LUCKNOW:The Eidgah in Aishbagh here in the Uttar Pradesh capital has launched the ‘Adams Free Mall where people from deprived sections of society can come and take away warm clothes of their choice for free.

Opt for a vaginal birth or cesarean delivery?

NEW DELHI:There is a raging debate regarding the pros and cons of a vaginal delivery versus a cesarean birth. A lot has been said about the alarming rise in the incidence of so called unindicated cesarean births in corporate hospitals. Dr Uma Vaidhyanathan, Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh talks about the details of both so you're better informed.

'Indian women prefer men aged 30-40 for extra marital affairs'

NEW DELHI: Indian women prefer older men aged between 30-40 as partners for extra marital affairs, while men mostly prefer women partners aged between 25-30, shows data from the extra-marital dating app Gleeden.

Scientists discover how to make perfect head of beer

LONDON:Drinkers will soon be cheering all the way to the bar as researchers have taken a big step forward in solving the puzzle of how to make the perfect head of beer.

Benode Behari Mukherjee's works to go on London view

NEW DELHI:An exhibition of artworks titled "After Sight" by Indian artist Benode Behari Mukherjee (1904-1980) is set to kick off at the David Zwirner gallery in London next month.

Night binge during pregnancy linked to weight gain

SINGAPORE:Researchers have found pregnant women who consume more of the daily food intake after 7 p.m., and who have poor diet during pregnancy, more likely to gain weight.

I feel humbled: to be published in India: American yoga exponent Eddie Stern

NEW DELHI:Eddie Stern who has been teaching yoga in New York for the last quarter of a century, after being trained by an eminent guru in India, says he is humbled by the publication of his book on the discipline in this country.


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