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Better living for Indian women - whether it is through quick cooking ideas that cut your time in the kitchen, money management tips that help you save and make more money, or fun ideas for female travellers in India.
Though I'm a modern woman, I love wearing a saree for occasions, and also sometimes just like that - and I wonder, why is it that many Indian women look down upon it?
I am not a very 'fashionable' person, so when my friends pushed me to it I attempted a rendezvous with fashion that had unexpected results.
Sarees will never go out of fashion. Here are some unusual weaves that the author speaks so lovingly of, for all kinds of budgets. Check NOW!
Kheer is a simple sweet dish that is made in its various avatars all over India, and can be the perfect quick sweet for any festival, or when guests come.
Make this restaurant style white sauce pasta at home, and see your kids go yummmmm! No more demands to go out to eat it.
Want a quick snack and have to make do with some boring (?!) veggies at home? Here is a quick recipe of yummy crispy padwal rings.
Where and when to invest? How to manage your money - whether you are earning or not? Here are some money twitter handles that decipher this for us!
Have you thought about investing for your retirement years? Is your current investment enough? A thoughtful post.
Mutual Funds and SIPs are the latest trends in investments. So why is everybody talking about this? Let us look a little closely at how these work.
Tanuja Chandra's rom-com Qarib Qarib Singlle is an unusual film with a single working woman protagonist in her mid-30s, something Bollywood needs to make more of.
Releasing on 17th November 2017, the trailer for Vidya Balan's new movie Tumhari Sulu is here and we have a lot to say about it. Find out!
The continuing interest in the Arushi Talwar case, now to be examined again through a new documentary - is it natural curiosity or just plain ghoulish?
The discerning traveller wants more from their travel nowadays, and these eco friendly destinations in India give you that "more" that you would look for.
As a rookie chartered accountant in my first job, I had to take a solo trip for work to Hong Kong. It was a strange new experience that taught me a lot.
Though many women travel alone now, most women still worry about the fear of travelling solo that becomes an unwanted roadblock, literally.