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    Try colour day! Here's what you can wear to celebrate Republic Day

    Republic Day is a day of pride, celebration and sharing the patriotic vibe. For those planning to wear their patriotism on their sleeve, so to speak, tips and tricks to amp up your outfit and make-up for the day...Recreating the tri-colour look If you are planning a traditional look, then a sari is the ideal choice.

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    Luxury at needlepoint: From machine-made clothes, designers have now turned to traditional embroideries with a contemporary twist

    Despite the rich history of some oft-spoken heritage Indian embroideries that thrived under royal patronage, there is no denying that most of them suffered neglect, oblivion and near extinction in the age of cheap machine embroideries. Sadly, burgeoning fast fashion labels ate into their market. The dismissive...

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    That thing called love: Life coach Viveck Shettyy discusses how you can maneuver the chaos of relationships

    Relationships today, more than ever before, have become more of an entanglement rather than enrichment. Precious human energy is spent either in pursuing a relationship or avoiding one. This very energy could be better utilised in elevating this one life to a higher orbit.The chaos on the planet, in more ways than one, is also the chaos in...

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    Sex and the City: Papa's plight

    I am deeply concerned about my daughter who abuses all kinds of substances and has smoked weed even in front of me. My wife and I are on the verge of a divorce as I realised within a year of our marriage that she was two-timing me, before, during and after the wedding with her ex. She continued to sexually relate with him throughout and soon after our marriage she was pregnant.

    • yesterday
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    Tea & Therapy: Single mother's ordeal

    Sister in trouble My brother-in-law got into a legal battle a couple of days ago and it appears quite bad. My sister got married to him one year ago and was happy with him until these events came up. She is devastated and at present living with me and our parents. I try to reason out with her that situation is bad and there's nothing any of us can do, she yet feels we aren't doing enough.

    • yesterday
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    And the Best Indian Dish goes to.: Leading chefs explain what food item symbolises India's culinary heritage

    Gujarati thali If the myriad floats at the Republic Day parade exhibit the cultural diversity of our wonderful land, nothing like a whiff of India's millions of kitchens to drive home our enormous culinary diversity! Replete with regional and traditional cuisines, and further buoyed by foreign influences, we asked some of our well...

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    Doc Destiny: Your month matters

    JANUARY: People who are born in this month have a good sense of humour. They are witty, bold and active. They are born leaders. They like partying and love socialising but are very secretive in nature. FEBRUARY: Their originality is what makes them stand out. February born people are friendly in nature.

    • 3 days ago
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    Along with beans, you need math for a perfect cuppa

    Washington: Scientists have devised a mathematical formula to make the perfect cup of coffee, which challenges the common wisdom about the brew. The study, published in the journal Matter, found that fewer coffee beans, ground more coarsely, are the key to a drink that is cheaper to make, more consistent from shot to shot, and just as strong.

    • 4 days ago
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    Sabyasachi x H&M - Has the royal Bengal tiger lost its stripes?

    Sabyasachi x H&M - Has the royal Bengal tiger lost its stripes? If there's one fashion designer who can be crowned as the heir of Indian couture, the only person that comes to mind is Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Known as the maverick maestro of aesthetics, he has not only revolutionised the industry with the essence of his artistry, but has also been celebrated on the global...

    • 4 days ago
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    Woman loses pet cat as doctors mistakenly give euthanasia medication instead of a routine rabies shot

    Washington D.C.: In a case of utter negligence, a pet cat was mistakenly administered euthanasia medication instead of a routine rabies shot.Michelle Olson, the devastated cat owner, told Fox News that the vets realised their mistake while the cat was still alive, but they couldn't intervene in time to save its life.

    • 5 days ago

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