On this highway, villagers erect checkposts, offer sanitisers to keep COVID-19 at bay

Most of the villages located on this busy highway have set up their own ‘bandobast’ committees (security volunteers) which have erected checkposts and barricades... Read more »

I examine the Mahabharata from scientific perspective: Author Christopher Doyle

Today, he is the hugely successful author of the “The Mahabharata Quest” series with two books released, a third due later this year and... Read more »

AP cop horses it out to create COVID-19 awareness

Speaking to IANS, Maruthi Shankar said he was inspired by the Prime Minister, AP chief minister and his superiors in the police department. Kurnool... Read more »

Unlocking hope in the face of a lockdown

  Scores come everyday to see Aasif, and his team of volunteers who call themselves the Miles2Smile team, in the hope that they will... Read more »

Jewellery buying is not just a luxury in India

  By Aditi Roy  New Delhi, March 18 (IANSlife) Jewellery has been an intrinsic part of Indian culture and no other country in the... Read more »

The current scene of Indian fashion startups

Brainchild of Robby Rawat and Vivek Rawat, the firm that was intercepted in 2019 aim is to bridge the gap between young designers and... Read more »

HRD minister releases Ashish Kaul’s bestseller ‘Rakht Gulab’

‘Rakht Gulab’ is also a message of peace for the youth of India to take a stand against terrorism and come forward to participate... Read more »

Handicrafts Bonanza: From Kashmir to Kutch

With over 80 stalls, the handicrafts festival is being organized by Delhi-based non-profit organization Dastkar at the Nature Bazaar venue where various craft groups... Read more »

A decade of success

The first private museum in a country which does not really boast of a strong tradition of visiting museums and art galleries, Nadar says... Read more »

A look at traditional Holi in India’s small towns

This year and events get cancelled, owing to the dreaded Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, here is a look at how the festival of colors has... Read more »

Closing in on the Mirage

While most governments in the west support documentary filmmakers considering, the filmmaker feels that in India, it makes sense not to expect anything. By... Read more »

Yogi to launch ‘one district, one tree’ programme

“We will select the trees on basis of soil and climate conditions in a particular district. We will also consult farmers and local people... Read more »

Now play Holi in consonance with Zodiac signs

Astrologers would like us to believe in choosing colours based on planetary positions can help in warding off evil and also negate the bad... Read more »

Smile with malice

Singh feels that the increasing number of literature festivals across the country will do only good. “They get more Indians on reading the books... Read more »

Ruskin Bond “From a love of reading, comes writing”

By Siddhi Jain  New Delhi, Feb 28 (IANSlife) Much-loved and widely-read author Ruskin Bond believes that it’s from a love of reading that a... Read more »

UP teacher behind Delhi’s happiness curriculum

Gorakhpur, Feb 26 (IANS) Shravan Kumar Shukla, a teacher in a government school in Uttar Pradesh’s Gorakhpur, is a happy man these days. His... Read more »

Learn to avoid compassion fatigue at workplace

New Delhi, Feb 26 (IANS) A hostile workplace environment wherein dysfunction and drama reign, whether its the result of a narcissistic boss, vindictive coworkers,... Read more »

Tips before going lehenga shopping

By Siddhi Jain  New Delhi, Feb 26 (IANSlife) Shopping for a bridal lehenga is one of the main things which every bride-to-be feels exhilarated... Read more »

Dadi Pudumjee “Puppetry isn’t just for children”

By Sukant Deepak  New Delhi, Feb 23 (IANS) Recipient of the Padma Shri honour and founder of The Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust, which recently... Read more »

Shobana lights up 3rd evening of Khajuraho Dance Festival

Khajuraho, Feb 23 (IANS) Classical dancer and popular South Indian actress, Shobana Chandrakumar Pillai, better known mononymously as Shobana enthralled the audience with her... Read more »