- 5 tips for your healthy curls(11:45)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANSlife) Curly hair can be chaotic, unruly and might require a little extra attention, but nothing can beat the natural spark it adds to your personality.
- Diversity and inclusivity in fashion(11:41)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANSlife) What makes a collection very special? Mumbai based designer duo Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla feel that's fashion is all about inclusivity and diversity. Their latest presentation at the 15th milestone edition of the Blenders Pride Fashion Tour in the Capital was all about tradition, indegenous fabrics and creativity.
- Galaxy S20 series estimated to sell 32mn units in 2020(11:34)
Seoul, Feb 18 (IANS) Reputed TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects Samsung to sell around 32 million units of the recently launched Galaxy S20 in 2020, which compared to the previous-generation models is not much.
- HCL to bring together Fonterra's IT infra services under one umbrella(11:30)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS) Global technology company HCL Technologies (HCL) on Tuesday announced a new large contract with New Zealand dairy co-operative Fonterra to modernise and manage the entire technology infrastructure Fonterra employees around the world use everyday.
- RSS chief takes veiled digs at anti-CAA stir 'managers'(11:30)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS) Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat took a veiled dig at the anti-CAA protests across the country, without naming any one. Bhagwat questioned who will take responsibility if a protest goes awry, unlike Mahatma Gandhi who atoned for the mistakes when something went wrong in a protest.
- Benefits of nutmeg & rosehip essential oil(11:28)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANSlife) Shubhika Jain, Founder and Ceo of Ras Luxury Oils says theres an oil for every ailment. She speaks of the benefits of Nutmeg & Rosehip Essential Oil.
- Mysterious suicide of birds in Assam village portrayed in poems (Review)(11:28)
Agartala, Feb 18 (IANS) Jatinga, a small tribal village and Assam's only hill station, is known for the mysterious suicide of birds during certain weeks of the year. While scientists and ornithologists have been trying to explore and understand the mystery as to why birds behave in a particular manner during those weeks in Jatinga, Guwahati-based poet and award-winning author Tapati Baruah Kashyap has chosen to tell the stories of the birds, the beautiful place and the people living there through her poems.
- Google funds 6 AI-driven research projects in India(11:27)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS) Google on Tuesday started six Artificial Intelligence (AI) based research projects in India that would focus on addressing social, humanitarian and environmental challenges in sectors like healthcare, education, disaster prevention and conversation.
- UP to witness 1,100 marriages en masse in one day(11:16)
Agra, Feb 18 (IANS) A total of 1,100 grooms will head for the Kothi Meena Bazaar ground later Tuesday to participate in the biggest mass marriage event organised by the Uttar Pradesh government.
- Yummy snacks for kids(11:08)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANSlife) If theyre just back from school or have some friends over, snacks for kids can become hectic for you and repetitive for them. Tata Sky Cooking expert Chef Nita Mehta comes to the rescue and shares some recipes for healthy treats.
- Militants kill judge in Afghanistan(11:08)
Kabul, Feb 18 (IANS) Taliban militants has killed a primary court judge in Afghanistan's western Herat province, a local official said Tuesday.
- Noida farmers continue to protest for increased compensation(11:01)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS) A day after heated face-off between farmers and UP police at Noida authority complex in Noida sector 6, the farmers continued to stay at protest site on Tuesday as efforts to initiate a dialogue between Noida authority and farmers failed.
- Shocked to hear about Tapas Paul's demise: Mamata(10:47)
Kolkata, Feb 18 (IANS) Describing Tapas Paul as a superstar of Bengali cinema, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday said she was "saddened and shocked" to hear about his demise.
- Apple likely to launch iPhone SE 2 on March 31(10:46)
San Francisco, Feb 18 (IANS) A German news site iphone-ticker.de has claimed that Apple is planning to hold a media event on March 31 where the the company would unveil its low cost iPhone called either the iPhone SE 2 or the iPhone 9.
- Free WiFi to continue after Google partnership ends: Railways(10:46)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS) A day after the Google announced that it is gradually winding down its free public WiFi Station programme, currently available at 415 railway stations in India, the Railways has assured the continuation of the free WiFi services at these stations.
- 231 Indian, 7 Maldivians sent home from ITBP camp(10:46)
New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS) A total of 238 people, including seven Maldivians, housed at a quarantine facility here in Chhawla ITBP camp have been sent home after they tested negative in the final check -- with no coronavirus infection symptoms, officials said on Tuesday.
- Goa wants armed cops at sea to prevent illegal fishing(10:46)
Panaji, Feb 18 (IANS) Armed policemen could soon guard waters off the state coast, to prevent fish from being poached by raiding parties of fishermen from neighbouring states who use illegal and non-sustainable techniques like bull-trawling and LED fishing, Goa's Ports Minister Michael Lobo said on Tuesday.
- Jeff Bezos pledges $10 billion to fight climate change(10:33)
San Francisco, Feb 18 (IANS) The world's richest man Jeff Bezos on Tuesday announced a donation of $10 billion to fund scientists, activists and NGOs to help preserve and protect the Earth from climate change.
- How BJP succeeded in 'ghar wapasi' of Babulal Marandi(10:30)
Ranchi, Feb 18 (IANS) Jharkhand tribal leader Babulal Marandi who joined the Bhartiya Janata Party on Monday in presence of Amit Shah, had in fact once rejected the offer in 2014 when the Rajya Sabha elections were taking place.
- COVID-19, Trump's visit to affect Taj Mahotsav(10:27)
Agra, Feb 18 (IANS) The 10-day long annual Taj Mahotsav that will kick off here from Tuesday later, is likely to face a series of challenges, tourism industry leaders here have said.