October 26, 2021
  • October 26, 2021

Lifestyle

The 2021 party dress code is shine but make it brighter

by on October 25, 2021 0

It’s time to get out of comfortable tracks and PJs. For the mood for the party season seems to be all about warming up to the uninhibited shine. Fashion offers a cheering antidote to the pandemic months with its more-is-more spirit. Not surprisingly then, fashionistas are dressing according to mood and state of mind...

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Why you need an indoor training bike

by on October 23, 2021 0

Last year, the pandemic brought outdoor cycling to a standstill for athletes and enthusiasts alike. However, those who were equipped with an indoor trainer managed to continue training and riding, this time in the comfort of their homes. The lockdown restrictions in Pune forced Neha Tikam to invest in a smart trainer in May...

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Why you should return to traditional cookware

by on October 23, 2021 0

When Kochi-based Kaviya Cherian graduated with a degree in actuarial science in 2015, working in Mumbai as an actuarial analyst with ICICI Lombard seemed like the natural next step. “But my work wasn’t fulfilling, and I knew I had to do something on my own,” she says. So she quit her job in 2019...

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Why you should be eating watermelon seeds

by on October 22, 2021 0

If you grew fearing that the watermelon seeds you swallowed would become a tree in your stomach, you’re not alone; all our mothers told us that. However, besides the fact that watermelons grow on a vine and not a tree (sorry mom), it turns out that these little brown seeds are great for you....

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The impact of geopolitics on luxury

by on October 19, 2021 0

Ever since the covid-19 pandemic, neither the stature of luxury brands has been measured correctly nor does the industry have a razor-sharp recovery strategy in order. In the month of September, brandfinance.com released headlines that declared results from a case study: “Around 50 of the world’s top luxury and premium brands lost over $7...

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