Sunday, February 3, 2013

LifeStyle:2/4/2013 2:00:15 AM



No curbs on Indian books in my country: Bangladeshi writer

Bangladeshi academician Anisuzzaman on Saturday said here that there were misconceptions that Indian books were not allowed at book fairs in his country






Give your bedroom a romantic touch

Bedroom d├ęcor should have a romantic essence to it, don't you think?






Up for an afternoon of reading, coffee?

The idea of relaxation today has acquired a 'novel' meaning with the trend of 'reading cafes' emerging at an enviable pace in India.






Healthy habits to inculcate in your kids

Many parents complain that their children don't listen to them, whether it's brushing their teeth before bed or eating veggies!






How to survive boring office meetings

This has become a routine of sort in office. Though nothing comes out of it actually, it's impossible to skip the daily meetings in office.






Understanding the world business culture

With career opportunities growing internationally, understanding different work cultures is the need of the hour. Purnima Goswami Sharma highlights work cultures across the globe.






7 Postures to avoid when exercising

If you often wonder about why you suffer frequent injuries at the gym, it's time to take a long, hard look at your workout form.






5 Reasons not to invite ex to your wedding

No matter how much we try to forget what we have left behind us, it is more often than not a difficult idea to let go...






5 exercises you can do while at work

Here are some exercises that you can do while you are at work






Develop the poise of a diva

Your posture and poise can make the difference between being present and being noticed, between a pretty woman and a beautiful diva. To develop poise and posture, read on






Loneliness taxes your immune system

Don't take loneliness lightly- it could harm your immune system and health, says a new study.






20 healthy gluten-free snack ideas

Your entire life can change if you or your loved one has been recently diagnosed with celiac disease or any other food intolerance.






Ring tattoos are the new wedding bands

The traditional symbol of commitment has changed as couples now opt to get their ring fingers inked with tattoos.






Newlyweds' guide to doing up home

His was a clumsy bachelor pad and hers a girly den before the two got married and moved into their romantic nest.






Recipe: Garlic kheer

Here's the recipe for delicious and healthy garlic kheer.






World's 10 most favourite books in 2012

The top 10 list has been complied based on the New York Times Bestseller rankings and recurrence of the featured books in the list through 2012.






Home remedies to cure dark circles

Beauty expert Shahnaz Husain gives you tips to get rid of them.






Casual friends having casual sex?

Of late it's more about being friends with benefits. Simi Kuriakose tells you more...






5 Sex secrets every woman must know

Here are five sex secrets that may help you understand and get even closer to your guy...






Uzupis, a 'country' for dreamers and artists

A city district born out of rebellion against the Soviet retains its streak of independence.






Low calorie Indian food for fast weight loss

Low calorie Indian food for fast weight loss.






Rest as crucial as exercise for fitness

Brief rests, alternating with bouts of exercise, are crucial in maintaining fitness, allowing muscles to recover and help shape up the body faster, says a new study.






Have a dhaba dining experience

Bangalore's foodies can now savour home-style North Indian khana in the heart of the city as Garuda Mall is now home to the first Pind Balluchi in the city.






Trend of weird ice-cream flavours sweeping in

The trend for weird and wacky ice creams is sweeping the frozen dessert aisle.






Desi cocktails

Who ever said 'don't mix your drinks' never knew about our desi twisters!




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