From groceries to waxing, here are the best apps that will bring the most essentials services to your doorstep – and make you thank God for technology!
She creates down-to-earth saris for the high and mighty. Anavila Misra’s latest collection takes forward her love affair with linen and India
Food isn’t just fuel for the body, it’s a relationship – one can turn to food for comfort or for the joy of feeding others.
Motivational writer and speaker Pat Duckworth’s latest book will give you an impetus to turn entrepreneur
And you’ll never guess what it is.
Divorce in Islam is at the centre of a heated tug-of-war between political parties and religious bodies in India. But the most ignored voice is the one the debate seeks to empower.
Silver jewellery designer Puja Bhargava Kamath talks about her career journey from India to USA, and the difference in doing business in both countries
Looking for a tasty twist to keep you cool this summer? Physiotherapist turned food stylist Shaheen Ali shares the recipes for her favourite cold beverages.
When it comes to summer beauty, less is indeed more. Here’s how to look gorgeous when the heat and humidity touch an all-time high, says Hansa Makhijani Jain.
Seventeen-year-old Oorja Gonepavaram didn’t think twice before quitting full-time school in favour of an unusual career. (And her city, Pune, doesn’t even have a coastline.)
A bride-to-be’s response to a successful mehendi party triggered off a new career for Shreya Mohan, and led to the creation of her events management company, Mor Punk.
There’s no age limit – or weight or fitness level – to have an adventure of a lifetime. All you need is the will and enthusiasm to defy naysayers! A heartening tale by Archana Raj Singh.
Hollywood’s new feminist icon Wonder Woman has left Indian female audiences puzzled.
Singapore-based journalist Swapna Mitter took a brave decision after the death of her husband. This is her story.
It sometimes takes an extreme event to teach you about your own capacity to handle stress, understand it, and survive it, says Kay Newton.
The eventful journey of ex-zoology professor NK Mridula, age 68, who lives in Kannur, Delhi, Sussex and Hong Kong.
A spotlight on women in the news and news of interest to women
Alankrita Shrivastava’s award-winning film ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ created a storm of controversy when the censor board blocked its release, deeming the subject of female sexuality unfit for public consumption. But the feisty filmmaker wasn’t going down without a fight.
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