Lifestyle, Travel, Fashion and Food

Don't know what designers do? These Bengaluru students have a YouTube channel for you

Srishti TV aims to ‘humanise art and design in India’.

The Moderators: Meet Bengaluru company which filters disturbing images from the internet

These content moderators manually filter obscene and abusive content from the internet so you don't have to see them.

Saree with crop top, saree with shirts: If the traditional garment is to survive, it must evolve

At one point, the British thought the saree was too 'immodest' a dress.

Beef it up: Five exquisite Kerala-style meat dishes you simply cannot miss

From the fancy kitchen to the thattukadai.

Bullying, name-calling, isolation: What happens when boys aren't considered 'manly' enough

From harassment to "harmless" jokes, growing up "effeminate" can be traumatizing in a world obsessed with gender binaries.

'So you're a mommy blogger' and other ridiculous #ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHear

"Are you sure you want to tackle such a difficult genre? Why not start with something like romance or fantasy?"

Celebrate Serena, but don’t forget the everyday Indian woman who works hard while pregnant

Long working hours, inflexible timings, lack of healthy diets and inadequate support from families takes quite a toll on pregnant women.

From IT to shutter speed, corporate professionals are changing India’s wedding photography

India’s wedding photography industry has seen a surge of creativity in recent years.

People with poor sleep find it harder to see things in a positive light

The research team used functional MRI to measure the activity in different regions of the brain as participants were challenged with an emotion-regulation task.

From delivery manager to millionaire: Meet Ambur Iyyappa, Flipkart's first employee

Iyyappa’s photographic memory came to the aid of the fledgling start-up.

On World Heritage Day, a look at the 5 Notable World Heritage Sites in south India

South India is renowned for its stunning temple architecture, and several notable locations have been awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

In this Indian cafe, prisoners serve pizzas and cookies baked by them

The four who run the cafe are inmates of a sub-jail near Shimla.

Know your milk: Should you be buying A1 or A2 or does it matter at all?

The jallikattu protests in TN led to conversations on milk quality and health.

Can we ever find Jesus's DNA? I met the scientists who are trying to find out

In 2010, Kasimir Popkonstantinov discovered what he believes are the bones of one of the most famous of all saints: John the Baptist.

Five delicious meat dishes from the Telugu states that will blow your mind

Tingle your taste buds with these 5 spicy meat-eats of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

Here's how heavy drinking causes accidents

"Overall, there is a common belief among heavy drinkers that they can 'handle their alcohol'"

Fairly long and not so lovely list of celebrities who have endorsed fairness products

From Mammooty to Nithya Menen to Trisha - the long list of stars who have endorsed fairness products

Does a girl in the house mean fire in the belly? Book Review of 'The Taming of Women'

In essence this novel is about how we internalise the politics of power and gender.

From smoke point to health benefits: Time to rethink the oil you use in your kitchen?

Is olive oil the best you can get?

For the love of 'Ponniyin Selvan': How four women went on a road trip to relive the Chozha era

United by their love for Kalki's 'Ponniyin Selvan', these women set off on a road trip to rediscover history and in the process, themselves.

Bengaluru's first community radio station turns 10, and their voice is only growing stronger

Offering an alternative perspective, Radio Active gives voice to marginalised communities.