Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra never backs out when it comes to healthy eating.
The Dhadkan star has been an active support of staying fit and contantly brings to focus what must go down into our system. And yet again on the occasion of World Health Day, Shilpa shares some
LUCKNOW: Lucknow University will run courses on Indian culture and its ethos from the new academic session. In a meeting between higher education officials and LU authorities on Tuesday, the decision to introduce courses on writing children’s literature (Bal Sahitya Lekhan) was taken. It will have inputs of Indian culture,
Convinced that Jesus Christ spent much of his life in India, Abbot George Burke, who is also known as Swami Nirmalananda Giri (May a Christian Believe in Reincarnation?, Om Yoga Meditation: Its Theory and Practice, etc.), and who heads the Light of the Spirit Monastery in Cedar Crest, New Mexico,
No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, it pays to be well informed.
From criminal justice and civil rights to environmental policy and freedom of speech, the following 13 books of fiction and nonfiction span a wide range of genres and topics.
One thing they all have in common is
In a light-hearted banter, Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed that he's not a Yoga teacher, but people have made him one. “I am not Yoga teacher, but some people with their creativity has made me one. A 3D video of mine has been made, which I will share
As a liberal commentator on Fox News for two years and now on CNN, Kohn developed a reputation as an outspoken progressive who could talk openly with conservatives, finding a way to communicate respectfully no matter how much she disagreed with an opposing point of view.
But over the last
Not sure how to pay for your New Year's resolution to travel more? Cutting back on little luxuries and non-essential items can help. Here are 10 ways to be more intentional about how you're spending your money on the day-to-day to help you save toward travel experiences you really want.
Summer is upon us and we couldn’t be happier.
Whether it’s the idea of hitting the pool or taking a long stroll by the beach, the summer season is undoubtedly one of our favourites.
While there’s nothing we don’t love about the season, we can’t take away the fact that
Recipes are the listicles of the food world, and I say this as one who has written more than his fair share of both recipes and listicles.
Both are short, incomplete collections of vaguely interesting but not entirely useful information designed for ease of consumption, but which ultimately convey very little
Bedtime routines around the globe just got a whole lot more exciting: It’s World Read Aloud Day.
LitWorld designated Feb. 1 as World Read Aloud Day to bring attention to the importance of reading aloud, sharing stories and the idea of literacy as a human right. And while every cause seems