Comfort dressing, layered looks The Winter-Festive 2016 edition of Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) 2016 has concluded leaving behind many fashion trends for the fashionistas to follow. From a romantic look with lace, comfort dressing to layered looks, one can take the pick from a plethora of designs. Narendra Kumar,Read More →

For 84 percent Indians, comfort is more important than style while travelling by air, according to a study by online travel site Expedia. The Expedia Passenger Preference Index includes amenities for which customers would prioritise on flights of different length, how they prefer to pass the time, their opinions onRead More →

MKR’S ASH POLLARD will be on-board THE HEINZ BEANZ CREATIONZ ‘FOOD TRUCK’ touring the East Coast Favourite food staple of Australians – Heinz Beanz are now taking their latest bean sensations out on the road. The Heinz Beanz Creationz ‘food truck’ is hitting the east coast of Australia, stopping atRead More →

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Cancer Council Victoria and pap Screen Victoria launched a life saving message for the Indian community on March 7. Pap Screen Victoria manager Dr Hiranthi Perera said that 20% of Cancer deaths in India happen due to cervical cancer. Watch real life IndianRead More →

Your personal year number is descriptive of the types of trends and experiences that you will encounter in a given calendar year. You will temporarily take on the characteristics of your personal year number. For example, in a personal year 7 many people find themselves doing a lot of writing,Read More →

Amid all the rush to find a balanced diet that can keep one healthy, prevent from early ageing and kiss lifestyle-induced diseases a goodbye, modern calorie-counters in India have discovered a new fad: eat the way our ancestors ate. The Paleolithic, caveman or Stone Age diet — until now aRead More →

“I’ve taken time out from the hustle and bustle of London for a few weeks of pure r‘n’r, in the Australian countryside. Whilst I sample the beautiful produce, I might just show the locals something new about Indian cuisine.” – Anjum Anand   For British-Indian chef Anjum Anand, dubbed theRead More →

If the news of two Delhi brothers who were so hooked to video games that they became too lazy to even go to washroom and were treated in a rehab facility for a month shocked you to the core, it is time to take a serious look at how muchRead More →

Toronto, March 4:Excessive intake of coffee is likely to reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune condition affecting the nerve cells, finds a study. The findings, which add to the growing evidence of health benefits of coffee, showed that the higher the quantity of coffee consumed in aRead More →