Lifestyle, Travel, Fashion and Food

20 years later, 'Harry Potter' is more than just a book, for fans it’s a way of life

Potterheads unite to celebrate 20 years since the first book of the Harry Potter series was published.

'Cow economics' are killing India's working class

Modi's government has made life harder for India’s Muslims by cracking down on the leather and beef industries.

From India with love — how yoga got its stretch back

Yoga left the shores of India and travelled the world to be influenced by gymnastics, bodybuilding and other non-yogic practices.

ATMs dispense more than money: The dirt and dope that’s on your cash

What's on your cash? Studies show our money carries everything from pet DNA and old food to E.coli and traces of cocaine.

From baby moons to push presents: The new age rituals of pregnancy

The traditional 'seemantha' has given way to new practices.

The good wife: Deepika Padukone’s therapist pens her own struggle with depression

An excerpt from Anna Chandy’s ‘Battles in the mind’.

With dazzling markets, blaring qawwalis and haleem aromas, Eid shopping hits a high in Hyderabad

With the fasting month entering the last phase, Eid shopping has reached a crescendo in Hyderabad.

Explainer: How to ask for a pay rise

Negotiation is all about who has the power.

From nombu kanji to double ka meetha: The Ramzan dishes you must try this season

There's no cultural diversity more enjoyable than that of food!

Kerala Chronicles: How one missing student brought down a Congress govt in just a month

P Rajan, a student of REC, Calicut, became emblematic of the horrifying excesses of the Emergency in Kerala.