• Sat, Jun 24, 2017
  • Keeping kids spaces spick and span is easy if you know how

    Updated: Jun, 24, 201710:45 AM

    Experts label various ideas and tips on ways to ensure cleanliness and ensure well being.
    Keeping kids spaces spick and span is easy if you know how
    Today, interiors of a house is a project not only for aesthetics but also for comfort and convenience. One of the most important interior elements which needs attention is the daily maintenance. Have well defined storage space for your child’s toys and other items. If need be, mark them or label them . For example, let there be a sports locker so the child knows where the bats and rackets, etc., go. A stationery drawer to put away various items helps. Organising trays neatly arranged inside the drawers further help.Use furnishing fabrics that are easy to wash at home, as kid will be kids.For surfaces, use material that can be wiped easily and do not absorb colour from art supplies. For example, marble flooring versus wooden flooring. The latter is easy to clean up. Laminates on are also less maintenance.Avoid too many grooves in...
  • Ramazan shopping keeps Hyderabad bright and alive at night Ramazan shopping keeps Hyderabad bright and alive at night
    Updated: Jun, 23, 201712:04 PM

    There is no other festivity which goes on non-stop for the whole month and in no other Indian city can you find such kind of celebration

  • Art and its central role in a crumbling cosmos Art and its central role in a crumbling cosmos
    Updated: Jun, 23, 201706:30 AM

    “The play is a take on the legend of Dronacharya, the martial arts instructor of kings and princes in the Mahabharata but it’s about our families, about life in the time of terror; on a crumbling...

  • Crafting a community of artisans Crafting a community of artisans
    Updated: Jun, 23, 201706:00 AM

    Vasthra, a handcrafted footwear brand, is organising the third edition of This, That and Everything – Inspired, a handicraft and handloom gala, in Chennai, in an effort to create a community of...

  • Fasting days and feasting nights at Delhi's buzzing Jama Masjid Fasting days and feasting nights at Delhi's buzzing Jama Masjid
    Updated: Jun, 22, 201705:16 PM

    The silence was broken by a siren, followed by an azaan -- a prayer call -- from the Jama Masjid. It was time to break the daylong fast.

  • India to hold yoga, cultural fest in Hungary India to hold yoga, cultural fest in Hungary
    Updated: Jun, 22, 201701:25 PM

    The second edition of ‘Ganges-Danube Cultural Festival of India’ and the third International Day of Yoga will be organised from June 23 -25 across 15 cities in Hungary.

  • Of teens, life and relationships Of teens, life and relationships
    Updated: Jun, 22, 201706:15 AM

    Eleven-year-old Khushi Lalwani speaks about her recently released book Krazy Diaries, a roller-coaster ride through the fascinating world of teenager Emma Hills.

  • Parenting a left-handed child Parenting a left-handed child
    Updated: Jun, 21, 201706:15 AM

    Google indicates that only 12 per cent of the world population and 5 per cent of Indians are left-handed. Clearly, one of the major reasons why we will never hear someone say, “Oh you are right...

  • Scoot to Australia without burning a hole in your pocket Scoot to Australia without burning a hole in your pocket
    Updated: Jun, 20, 201706:00 AM

    If the article about my Gold Coast experience earlier this week hasn’t yet urged you to push that ‘book’ button on travel portals, maybe a quick skim through this piece would change your mind and get...

  • Unromantic eroticism: Psychological thriller for the Tinder generation Unromantic eroticism: Psychological thriller for the Tinder generation
    Updated: Jun, 18, 201702:51 PM

    Author Lisa Hilton speaks about her book Domina, a psychological thriller set in the French Riviera.