January 22, 2021

Life Style

WhatsApp delays new data privacy policy by 3 months

Signal app goes down amid peak user traffic

WhatsApp advises users as Google removes group chat links

Khirsu: A hidden gem of Uttarakhand

How 2021 can be the year of innovation, recovery, renewal

Amid reports of new covid strain,Punjab CM urges extreme caution, strict adherence to safety protcols

The growing culture of online dating in India

Extra-marital app Gleeden crosses 13 lakh users in India

Average daily time spent on smartphone up 25% in India: Report

81% women want control of their matchmaking process

Dating in 2020: A 5-point guide

Canada visa application centres to re-open on Nov 25

'Hunar Haat' in Delhi, corona biggest challenge for traders

India heads out this Diwali; beaches, road trips top preferences

Pak imposes fresh curbs on weddings amid Covid-19 spike

'K'taka to act tough on marriages involving religious conversion'

This Diwali give your loved ones the “Gift of Health”

Designer Gaurang Shah's ode to yesteryear singer Taramati


New Delhi,  National award-winning fashion designer Gaurang Shah has launched his collection �Taramati on Day 1 of the first digital edition of the Lakme Fashion Week.

Rituals help dating couples decide relationship future: Study

New York, Rituals such as those centered around holidays and other celebrations play an important part in human relationships, say researchers, adding that when dating couples engage in rituals together they learn more about each other.

According to the study, published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, those experiences can serve as diagnostic tools of where the relationship is going.

Low demand for firecrackers ahead of Diwali worries traders


New Delhi,  Amid the ongoing corona pandemic, the traders in the national capital are worried as there is very low demand and sale of firecrackers ahead of Diwali.

New $4.5mn Walmart Foundation grants to empower farmers in India

Ayurveda can help rescue exam, result stress

A new campaign focuses on self-reflection

How to boost your immunity to fight Covid-19

Glacial lakes worldwide expanding fast since 1990: Study

Same sex-marriage triggers uproar in UP

Possibilities to be explored to shift brick kilns from coal to CNG- Director Tandrust Punjab Mission

Global Covid-19 cases surpass 24mn: Johns Hopkins

Travel trends in the post-Covid world

Google shares cool handy tips for video calling app Meet

Tricity Photo Art Society (TPAS), is organising online Photo-Exhibition and Open Workshops

Google open sources its language interpretability tool

What women want

Snapchat launches in-app meditation experience

5 tips to help clean your house during the pandemic

Why tourism must revise priorities during pandemic

Finding ways of survival

NIMS begins subject regd for corona vaccine's clinical trial

Now experience travel at home

Plants Are Power

New Delhi, The Ahimsa Trust launched a digital not-for-profit campaign called 'Plants Are Power' (www.plantsarepower.in) on World Environment Day, to educate people on the multiple benefits of a plant based (vegetarian/vegan) diet and to switch to plant-based living.

The initiative aims to inspire them to make a switch for a healthier, more sustainable and ethical living especially with the focus on environment due to the Covid-19 The star powered campaign features Bollywood celebrities, business leaders and sports stars to lend a helping hand. Kick-starting the movement are Lisa Haydon, Neha Dhupia, Kris Srikkanth, Naveen Jindal and Sunil Munjal who will soon be seen taking part in a series of interesting social media activities to encourage people's participation.

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