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What you’d hate to see before you die?


It’s the Asian gaint hornet and nobody wants it to be the last thing to see before they die, reported Gawker.

Ayurveda in the kitchen


In Palakkad, far away from the hustle-bustle of daily life, a beautiful man-made village has been set up to provide Ayurvedic treatments in a serene environment.

Sharpen insight with power of observation


While I was being trained at the gurukul, for about a year I had to observe just one zone out of 16 vastu zones and write notes.

The young emerge big


The art world has been abuzz with fresh and new talent emerging from all corners of India. The ease at which art is being pursued is heartwarming. Art is no longer rubbished as a third choice career.

Tykes turn trendy


Model behaviour was never easy, but this charming lady makes it look like a cakewalk for all those who want to put their best foot forward in personal as well as professional arena.

Regional rock on a roll


For quite a long time English songs dominated the rock music scene in India.

‘I dream of dancing with Salman’

You may have noticed her gyrating her hips to an item number in Policegiri opposite Sanjay Dutt, but Kavitta Verma is more than just that.

‘I wanted to succeed in life to avoid fear of failure’


Top CEOs and business magnates ditched their boardroom rules and decorum.

B-town rediscovers roots


When Deepika Padukone’s bodyguards forcefully stop the train at the picturesque Dudh Sagar in South India, Shah Rukh is spellbound. And so is the audience at the scenic beauty of Dhudh Sagar.

Pleasant surprise for Zafar


Ali Zafar, who is currently shooting for Kill Dill with Parineeti Chopra and Ranveer Singh, was pleasantly surprised with a fan experience he had on the sets.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.