- Lifestyle NewsGoogle doodle celebrates Kathak legend Sitara Devi's birthday
Search engine Google on Wednesday dedicated its doodle to 'Nritya Samragini' Sitara Devi on her 97th birth anniversary.Lifestyle NewsThis is what makes Americans 'feel most loved'
Americans feel most loved with small, non-romantic gestures -- like someone showing compassion or snuggling a child, while possessive behaviour is seen as the least loving, finds a survey.Lifestyle NewsOn Karwa Chauth, most Indian men don't want wives to fast for them: Survey
A majority of Indian men are against their wives keeping a fast for them on Karwa Chauth, which falls on Sunday, reveals a survey.Lifestyle NewsOver 11,500 stamps feature at exhibition in Raipur
All the exhibits displayed belong to Dr Bhanu Pratrap Singh an India Book of Records holder who started collecting stamps since 1970 when he was just 9 yrs old.Lifestyle NewsFive luxuries you can afford for the price of Apple iPhone X
Apple has unveiled its new flagship device iPhone X; and like always the device comes with a price tag that is out of reach for many. But, if you are one of those who can afford it for a whopping sum of Rs 89000 (basic model) then here are five other luxury options which can be utilised for a better experience in the same price bracket.Lifestyle NewsIndians prefer chatbots to be females: Survey
Over 40 per cent of Indian consumers prefer Artificial Intelligence-powered chatbots to be a female who are polite, not sounding serious or posh, a new survey has revealed.Lifestyle NewsA Bonsai Tree Book Review: A journey from Lahore to Hyderabad
Many books have been written on India's partition but here is a first-hand account of the horror by a migrant from what is now Pakistan, who went on to become one of the first officers of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS).Lifestyle NewsScratching helps boost social bonding in monkeys
Scratching can be a sign of stress in many primates, including humans, and may may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion in monkeys, a study has found.Lifestyle NewsResearchers identify 27 distinct categories of emotions
A new study challenges a long-held assumption in psychology that most human emotions fall within the universal categories of happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, fear and disgust.