Bipasha picks floral, pink for Mehendi ceremony

Mumbai , April 29

Actress Bipasha Basu, who is marrying actor Karan Singh Grover, picked a light pink lehenga and jewellery designed in floral pattern for her mehendi function held here on Friday.

Things to keep in mind for laser hair reduction

New Delhi , April 29

Before investing in permanent hair reduction by opting for laser treatment, ensure that the service is done under the supervision of a certified dermatologist and clarify all aspects of the treatment, says an expert.

Boredom in life triggers unhealthy snacking

London , April 29

If you get cravings for chips, sweets and fast-food whenever you are bored, do not blame the situation alone. According to British researchers, people eat more to boost low levels of brain chemical dopamine as they cannot alleviate the boredom in any other way.

Gucci warns shops over funeral fakes

Hong Kong , April 29

Italian luxury fashion house Gucci has sent warning letters to Hong Kong shops not to sell paper versions of its branded products as offerings to the dead, a report said on Friday.

Eat dark chocolate to curb diabetes, heart disease risk!

London , April 29

Fancy eating chocolates every day? You may soon have the recommendation of doctors to indulge a little as researchers have found that a dark chocolate bar daily could reduces the risk of developing diabetes and heart diseases.

TV premier of Baba Ramdev's biopic on May 1

Mumbai , April 29

Yog Yatra, a full-length biopic on the life and times of yoga guru Baba Ramdev and his close friend Acharya Balkrishna, will be premiered on Sony TV on May 1.

Excessive empathy can even impair understanding

London , April 29

People who empathise easily with others do not necessarily understand them well and, on the contrary, excessive empathy can lead to impairment in their understanding of others, finds a new study.

Do cosmetic products make you feel confident?

London , April 29

Beauty companies focus more on how cosmetic products can make women look young but instead, they can replan marketing strategies on how these products can make them look good and feel confident, say researchers.

Charges 'preposterous', I'm in 'forced exile': Mallya

London , April 29

Industrialist Vijay Mallya, at the centre of a controversy in India over alleged loan default of Rs.9,000 crore, has termed the charges against him as "preposterous" and said he was in "forced exile" here from which he would like to return to his country.