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Swiss city bans silent discos for being ‘too noisy’


Authorities have said that silent discos would be too noisy, since everyone sings along anyway.

Panda bear toasts: Your breakfast dreams come true


Want to wake up with a smile? Forget trying to spot a holy figure on your toast — what you really want to see first thing in the morning is a delightful panda.

Delhi to host 'World Culture Festival' from March 11-13

(Photo: Facebook/ The World Cultural Festival)

The three-day event, based on the theme of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (world is one family).

Things she wants you to do on your wedding night


Now that she is your wife, it’s even more important that you make her realise how important she is for you.

HOW DO THEY MAKE IT: Fiberglass boats

 A Starcraft Fiberglass boat.

Each day we bring you videos from around the Internet to show you how they make stuff.

Childhood Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder may raise obesity risk in women

The results don't prove cause and effect, but some of the symptoms of ADHD, like impulsiveness.

Blood cancer girl gets 50 per cent matched bone marrow transplant

Chemotherapy was ruled out as chances of her survival were slim, only 15 to 20 per cent.

The girl was suffering from acute blood cancer (acute myeloid leukaemia) in June last year

Super Bowl ads bring lighter tone

From a strange creature called “Puppy-monkeybaby” to a tear-inducing Audi ad, Super Bowl ads ran the gamut this year from offbeat humour to heartfelt messages.

Coffee diet woos Americans with ‘bulletproof’ pledge


A new coffee diet claiming to help lose weight and improve IQ is gaining a major following in the United States — and raising eyebrows among doctors sceptical of its benefits.

Going with the reverse swing, are you?

Actress Kajol in a Bournvita advertisement.

Every morning I meet this neighbour of mine taking a morning walk but in the reverse format.

Air power is the most capital-intensive means of war. A modern fighter jet now could cost several hundred crores and the prices seem to be rising exponentially.

I returned to India in August 1946 after serving in Burma and Indonesia during the Second World War.