- Lifestyle NewsKaran Puri's next novel to release in August 2017
Karan Puri, best known for his novel 'Shit Happens- Desi boy in America' is all set to release his next novel.Lifestyle NewsAlarming levels of Ozone turn Delhi into a gas chamber
As per the findings in the study, on several occasions and several locations, between February and May 2017, the ozone concentration was found to be very high - 3.4 times the normal standard.Lifestyle NewsIndia will lose 2,305 sq km forest cover by 2025: Study by ISRO scientists
A staggering 2,305 sq km of forest cover in northeast India and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands -- slightly more than the size of Mauritius -- could disappear by 2025, a simulation study by ISRO scientists has predicted.Lifestyle NewsInternational lifestyle retailer MUJI launches store in Delhi
International lifestyle retailer MUJI, which offers an extensive range of furniture, homeware, stationery, electronics, travel goods, beauty products and apparel, launched its maiden store here at Select Citywalk mall.Lifestyle NewsTips to make your bedroom summer-friendly
Go for subtle hues like mint and lime, declutter and ditch the heavy carpets from your bedroom for a cool summer, say experts.Lifestyle NewsHCL mega Concerts 2017 to start from April 7 at 7 PM
he second edition of a three-day and three-city mega concert, announced on Tuesday, features performances by prominent artists.Lifestyle NewsAt the age of 4 children develop understanding habit
Researchers have found why at around the age of four children suddenly do what three-year-olds are unable to do -- put themselves in someone else's shoes.Lifestyle NewsGreat idea! This seat in Mexico Metro system makes men uncomfortable!
Sexual harassment is a part of a woman’s day-to-day life. 9 in 10 women have faced it at some point of their lives. Now, in a move to make men conscious about the issue, Mexico Metro has taken up a new initiative.Lifestyle NewsBSE urges consumers to switch off lights on March 25
One of two Delhi’s power distribution companies BSE, urged its 40 lakhs consumers to switch off their lights during Earth Hour- 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm on March 25.