The 'how a woman should keep herself happy' rulebook is not just patriarchal, it is a sure-fire recipe for pain. Whatever it says should make women happy usually spells losses for them.
China’s frequent use of military and economic tactics to intimidate Taiwan and other neighbouring countries has posed a formidable threat and challenge to security in the Indo-Pacific and the world.
Only a few communities in India are true-blue 'fisheterians' -- and among them Malayalis bag first place!
The romance of fish and crustaceans is missing in meats. Who can forget the epic struggle of Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea?
Sneha filled diaries I gifted her with writings. She wrote little about herself. She had a far-reaching vision of social issues.
The blockade set by Azerbaijan has created a shortage of food, water, medicine and other essential items in the region with 1,20,000 inhabitants.
Most old clubs in India have something or the other on their menu for which they claim intellectual property rights -- some genuine and the others stretched.
The Economist pithily describes Vivek Ramaswamy as an "over-caffeinated millennial act". There is, however, a method to his, at times, irrational views.
A typical evening consists of identifying what to watch and a search for where it might be on and if you have access to the service. By the time these are resolved, tiredness and boredom have set in.
While the headline number is lower than the anticipated 8%, the sub-components are a mixed bag. Here's the overall sketch.
De-dollarisation moves are not unknown to the world. It is the staple diet of Leftists.
As per one estimate, the Onasadhya industry in Kerala is as large as Rs 500 crores.
According to Luminate, the agency that tracks sales and streams of songs, the genre's popularity places it third in the growth of music genres this year, coming after Kpop and Latin Music.
Arguably, Punjab can stake claims on GM tags for tandoori chicken or chicken tikka but to do it for parathas will be a serious breach of intellectual property rights.
If the beginning of 2023 held optimism about a rapid recovery, latest data dispatches make only one thing clear: the numbers aren't with them.
Headline inflation soared to 7.4% in July led by food prices that are back in the double-digit zone at 11.51%. Just a month ago in June, inflation stood at 4.8%.