Month: November 2019

Honey: Nature’s own moisturiser

Moisture is skin’s basic requirement. It keeps the skin soft, healthy and youthful. The skin loses moisture to the environment when the humidity is low. Exposure to the sun, over a period of time, also lowers the skin’s ability to retain moisture. Even chlorinated depletes moisture and causes dryness. The texture can become rough and […]Read More

Winter special menu @ Rooh

With the cold weather slowly descending upon the National Capital, Rooh, an international Indian restaurant and cocktail bar, has launched a special winter menu with selection of dishes that provide much needed warmth and comfort to the soul. Curated by Chef Sujan Sarkar, the new menu celebrates seasonal produce and authentic and traditional winter delicacies. […]Read More

Ramen Festival @ YOUMEE

With the onset of winter, YOUMEE is all set to pay an ode to the delicious soup art made with crafted noodles, savoury broths, and perfectly melded toppings with a 10-day Ramen Festival. Starting November 29 till December 8, the special menu will be offering different types of ramen to try and slurp to your heart’s delight. With exciting options for […]Read More

Over 60% Indian kids suffer from dental cavities

Dr Alpa Vasishat Who doesn’t remember the gummy grin of Miley in the famous Hollywood series Hanna Montana? Or our very own star kid Ishan Awasthi from Taare Zameen Par, who left an everlasting impression on public cause of his big crooked teeth? Besides luring the hearts of many, these favourite kids of all time had […]Read More

Time to enjoy Vada Koolcha and Coffee Wali Chai

Koolchas, a QSR, has unveiled its new winter menu. Indulge in quick morning snack – Vada Koolcha (spicy in taste) where potato fritter made by dunking spiced potato balls in gram flour batter and deep-fried is sandwiched in healthy Koolcha bread options such as whole wheat (bread made using flour is a kind of brown bread), masala dhaniya (mixture of spices and dhaniya), Indian plain (plain chappati made […]Read More

Celebrating creativity, encouraging design thinking

An exciting array of multiple public installations, exhibitions, talks, workshops and interactive experiences are up for grabs in the second edition of Bengaluru ByDesign which opened November 15. The festival celebrates creativity, encourages design thinking and is exploring the innovations in design today whilst also functioning as a platform for global creative dialogue, featuring strong […]Read More

Forty lakh youth rakshins to #StopChildSexualAbuse

Saurabh Tankha At a time when the country did not have laws against sexual harassment and child sexual abuse, this capacity building organisation worked to create these laws. Recently, as a step towards a solution to #StopChildSexualAbuse, the Directorate of NSS, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports directed Sakshi (Regd. NGO 1992) to launch The Rakshin Project aimed at […]Read More

Anti-pollution beauty care

Pollutants in the air are making our cities increasingly hostile to our good health and well-being. Respiratory and lung problems have become health hazards. Pollution also affects beauty as the skin and scalp also bear the brunt of air pollutants which not only attack the skin surface but also lead to an accumulation of toxins. […]Read More

Dancers talk but can they keep a secret?

The field of dance is growing manifold and due to this, there are many dancers who get insecure about their profession. This develops into backbiting and talking ill about other co-dancers and choreographers. Dance being a creative field is one such art that has many differences in thoughts and this is main cause of blabber […]Read More

DJ Aqeel to perform @ Time Machine!

Time Machine is ready to host a super fun night with DJ Aqeel, the renowned disc jockey, singer and composer. So, get set to groove to some trendy foot-tapping music. Where Time Machine, 2nd Floor, Opposite Food Court, Gardens Galleria, Sector 38, Noida Timing 8 pm Price Full cover, Rs 2,000 per couple and Rs 2,000 per stagRead More