Yogi's mango diplomacy, 'choicest' fruits to PM, BJP leaders
  • Yogi's mango diplomacy, 'choicest' fruits to PM, BJP leaders(10:20)

    Lucknow, July 25 (IANS) After slamming Congress MP Rahul Gandhi over his remarks on Uttar Pradesh mangoes, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has sent high quality mangoes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his cabinet colleagues, BJP president J.P. Nadda and other senior leaders of the BJP.

Remix fever: Bollywood grooves with cocktail of old and latest
  • Remix fever: Bollywood grooves with cocktail of old and latest(10:04)
    By Durga Chakravarty

    New Delhi, July 25 (IANS) Old numbers minted as new are crowding the music industry as remixes appear to grow roots in Bollywood where filmmakers are keeping pace with fresh demands of the newer generation of listeners.

End of 'inclusiveness' in TN politics?
  • End of 'inclusiveness' in TN politics?(09:38)
    By Arun Lakshman

    Chennai, July 25 (IANS) When the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC) sleuths raided 21 premises, including the residence of AIADMK leader and former Tamil Nadu Transport Minister M.R. Vijayabhaskar on July 22, it sent out a clear message -- the politics of vendetta which is a common phenomenon in Dravidian politics of the state is back with a bang.

Defence and security come first (Column: Spy's Eye)
  • Defence and security come first (Column: Spy's Eye)(09:28)
    BY D.C. PATHAK

    In the context of the pandemic affecting the world, India being amongst the worst impacted countries, the fundamentals of State-Citizen relationship in a democratic dispensation have come under the focus in terms of defining where the nation's energies and resources would be devoted first. The health emergency caused by Covid-19 has been with us for more than a year -- and still persistent -- leading to enormous loss of lives, destruction of employment and a sharp rise of poverty posing the unprecedented challenge before the ruling dispensation of reviving a derailed economy.

Their crimes don't count! (Column: B-Town)
  • Their crimes don't count! (Column: B-Town)(09:08)
    BY VINOD MIRANI

    Film folk of yore preferred to keep their private lives to themselves. There was little exposure to the public in real life. All their communication or keeping in touch happened through fan mail. Yes, once every week, you heard a popular star anchoring a film songs slot on the radio which catered to the army personnel. Not only the army, but all music lovers also heard the programme and loved the stars even more.

Telangana to restore British era musical flood alert system in Osman Sagar
Hiking And Backpacking In Safety?
  • Hiking And Backpacking In Safety?(14:02)
    By N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe

    New Delhi, July 24 (IANSlife) As we step into the unlock phase, many people have begun travelling again while taking the necessary precautions. Although travelling and backpacking are common, one can't deny the fact that people face various issues like hygiene, access to a clean bathrooms, lack of oxygen, especially when you are travelling in the mountains.

Are women's and men's protein needs different?
  • Are women's and men's protein needs different?(14:01)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, July 24 (IANSlife) Protein intake is a widely-discussed issue among those trying to achieve their fitness goals like building muscle mass or muscle loss after intensive fitness training. Since women tend to have lower quantities of lean mass and more fat mass compared to men, boosting protein can sustain the lean mass.

Cases of dry eyes, digital screen strain, mature cataract on the rise
Administration's fear led to reverse exodus in Bengal: Dilip Ghosh (IANS Interview)
Indian consumers showing reduced anxiety due to vaccine coverage
Hypertension, digestive diseases and diabetes are among the top three most prevalent NCDs
  • Hypertension, digestive diseases and diabetes are among the top three most prevalent NCDs(15:58)

    New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), the apex trade association of the country, as part of its 'Illness to Wellness' campaign, today unveiled India's largest primary healthcare survey report on the rising burden of non-communicable diseases (NCD) in the county followed by a virtual panel discussion.

66% Indians want to travel to drive away destinations
  • 66% Indians want to travel to drive away destinations(14:40)
    By IANSlife

    New Delhi, July 23 (IANSlife) Indians are looking at travel in newer ways and exploring flexible, nearby travel and travel to work remotely, according to new YouGov research conducted in May 2021.

Beauty trends spotted at Cannes 2021
  • Beauty trends spotted at Cannes 2021(14:05)

    New Delhi, July 23 (IANSlife) Cannes Film Festival 2021 has just concluded, and with the trendiest fashion, the red carpet also gave us a glimpse into some of the best beauty looks for the upcoming season.

Do you have a clubhouse in your apartment building?
  • Do you have a clubhouse in your apartment building?(14:03)
    By Puja Gupta

    New Delhi, July 23 (IANSlife) On your quest of finding that perfect home, buyers not only study the apartment itself but also look out for those additional amenities that come along with it. One of the most popular features has always been the Clubhouse that many builders provide, especially in large townships or building complexes. The real estate players have understood the importance of focusing on clubhouses as this amenity can be a big temptation or draw for a potential buyer while finalising their purchase.

'Decolonize your bookshelves, beauty standards, minds' (IANS Interview)
  • 'Decolonize your bookshelves, beauty standards, minds' (IANS Interview)(13:12)
    By Vishnu Makhijani

    New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) Anasuyabai Kale played an active role during the freedom movement for which she was jailed and refused to apologise in return for being released. One of Indias first women parliamentarians, she was the inspiration for her great-granddaughter Supriya Kelkars debut novel "Ahimsa".

Seeking Rs 16-cr shot for Tanishk with rare disorder
  • Seeking Rs 16-cr shot for Tanishk with rare disorder(13:16)
    By Archana Sharma

    Jaipur, July 22 (IANS) Ten-month-old Tanishk Singh is battling the toughest challenge of his life as his chest muscles are weak and lack strength to help him breathe properly. He suffers from a rare genetic disorder.

A decline in ghosting, breadcrumbing & catfishing when it comes to dating
  • A decline in ghosting, breadcrumbing & catfishing when it comes to dating(15:52)
    By IANSlife Features

    New Delhi, July 21 (IANSlife) With the wider rollout of vaccinations among younger age groups in India, more than one in three, daters are feeling hopeful about dating in 2021, reveals a survey by Bumble. The women-first dating app and social networking platform, revealed how the pandemic has shaped the way single Indians are dating, especially post the second wave.

Who is behind the attack on Chinese in Pakistan (Opinion)
  • Who is behind the attack on Chinese in Pakistan (Opinion)(12:46)
    By Amjad Ayub Mirza

    The deadly attack, carried out on July 15, on a coach carrying Chinese engineers to an under-construction tunnel site at the 4300 MW Dasu Hydro-power project site in Upper Kohistan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has left 9 Chinese and 4 Pakistanis dead of which two belong to the security forces. It has left everyone bamboozled.

SL Muslim women allowed to get married under regular law
Formula 1 world unites in condemning racism against Hamilton
  • Formula 1 world unites in condemning racism against Hamilton(11:58)

    Silverstone, July 21 (IANS) The Formula 1 world has come together to condemn the racist abuse on social media against Lewis Hamilton after the British Grand Prix on July 18. The British driver won the race at Silverstone in a dramatic fashion which saw him send Max Verstappen crashing into the tyre wall at the ninth turn in the opening lap.

Heart-related test may indicate death risk in Covid patients
Operation Mamata, a boon for Tharu women in UP
  • Operation Mamata, a boon for Tharu women in UP(12:34)

    Lucknow, July 20 (IANS) Four decades, women of the Tharu tribe living in villages in the Terai region of the Indo-Nepal border in Uttar Pradesh, were deprived of even basic amenities like electricity and water, but now things are changing.

Howrah Bridge dazzles in Olympic colours
  • Howrah Bridge dazzles in Olympic colours(10:42)

    Kolkata, July 20 (IANS) The iconic Howrah Bridge over Hooghly River shimmered in Olympic colours on Monday evening, making is a spectacle to watch for millions of people in the city, even as netizens took to social media to share some amazing videos and pictures.