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Those lagging in PsyCap characteristics drifted to maladaptive behaviours and exhibited a high perception of stress. (Photo: PTI/TRepresentational)

Research suggests positive state of mind may be antidote for working in pandemic

The findings of the study were published in the International Journal of Workplace Health Management

The symptoms are usually mild to moderate, such as fatigue, shortness of breath, difficulty in concentrating, joint pains, hair loss, and others. (Representational image: Twitter)

Long COVID may not be as fatal as acute COVID-19 but can worsen existing ailments

About half of people with long-COVID reported an improvement in their symptoms after getting the vaccine

The likelihood of most neurological and psychiatric diagnoses after COVID-19 was lower in children than in adults. (Twitter)

Covid patients at increased risk of psychiatric conditions after two years: Lancet

Increased risk of depression and anxiety in adults lasts less than two months, says study

The study was conducted to understand the disease burden of non-communicable diseases as these secondary infections are an increasing burden on the family and also the healthcare sector. Representational Image (AP)

Air pollution main cause for non-communicable diseases: Study

The study report was prepared by Thought Abrigate Research Institute for Assocham

The team infected lab-grown human airway tissue with the virus and found that for the first three days, viral load in the tissue doubled about every six hours. (Representational image: AFP)

Exposure to common cold virus may protect from COVID-19: Study

They found evidence of rapid growth of SARS-CoV-2 in the first few days of infection, followed by activation of the body's defences


Although new colours are exciting for brides, many are going for the traditional red, but experimenting with different shades.

Dressing the new age bride

The upcoming wedding season will see a mix of traditional silhouettes and modern designs along with interesting colour combinations.

Tiger Shroff

Say hello to Male 2.0 transformations we like to see

Given the leisure to assess themselves during the pandemic, the male of the species has suddenly discovered a desire to look and feel good

Sejal Kumar

From the streets to the stage: Sejal Kumar's journey as a Vlogger

The opportunity for Youtube's Creators of Change with former First Lady came as a surprise to the 25-year-old blogger

Hollywood actress Jennifer Lopez flaunting her flawless skin (Instagram)

For that fresh, dewy look

The secret of perennially young-looking skin is one that’s been sought-after. Does a naturally-occurring sugar in the body hold the key?


Chinese cuisine in India is a mere adaptation of Chinese cooking with an Indian ‘tadka’ added to it

Chinese, made in India

Anyone would agree that except for the name, there is nothing Chinese in the Chinese food we relish from our restaurants

Chef Reetu Uday Kugaji

Nutritionists and holistic foodies share the insider track to healthy eating

While mindful eating might require you to emit a few comfort foods off the grocery list, one needn’t entirely deprive themselves of those

One asked me to look up the Internet for recipes, the other explained how to cook the kachnar.

Ranjona Banerji | What cooking teaches, how tastes are learned

I really learnt how to cook by experimentation. And by eating. To replicate tastes and memories

Certain edible insects are rich in vitamins and minerals. (Photo: Instagram)

Edible insects that are delicious

Ants, crickets and cockroaches: healthy snacks that taste like potato chips.

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Cooking by the rules

Does the mushrooming home-based food businesses follow these procedures set by FSSAI?


India is one of the 63 'low risk' nations whose citizens can enter Thailand without a long quarantine. (AFP)

Thailand, finally, opens up to Indian tourists

An RT-PCR test needs to be taken 72 hours before departure, and this certificate needs to be produced on arrival at Bangkok

The tourism boom has helped offset the decline in the region's traditional fishing industry, which is in crisis because of overfishing at the end of the last century. (Photo: AFP)

Spectacle of collapsing iceberg boosts tourism in Canada

'Iceberg Corridor' sparks tourist boom on Canada's east coast.

 Boats are anchored on the banks of Ganga River during the nationwide lockdown in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, in Kolkata. PTI Photo

River Ganga breathes easy as country goes into lockdown

Pollution in the sacred river has come down by over 40 per cent and is likely to increase as the lock down continues across the country

Photos on social media showed taxi boats and gondolas grounded on walkways flanking city canals. (Photo: AP)

Flood-ravaged Venice lands up in dramatic situation

Italy declares state of emergency in Venice after high tides.


The results of the study were published in the Journal 'Science.' (Photo: ANI)

Music shares universal language of mankind

Human songs share universal patterns across world cultures.

The asking price for Hitler’s hat alone is 50,000 euros ($55,325) and the price tag for the deluxe copy of “Mein Kampf” that belonged to Goering is 130,000 euros. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay)

Nazi memorabilia goes up for action in Germany

Hitler's top hat up for auction in Germany.

A Tale of Deep Waters

Magnetic moments

An exhibition that presents a series of abstract paintings highlighting cities and Krishna playing Holi.

Lone fighter by Nivedita Pandey

Three of a kind

Of what kind are these three artist? The kind that is united by their love for art. And these paintings show just how.

Women from Muzafarnagar with the products

Creating opportunities

A Muzaffarnagar-based NGO will bring the almost 5000-year-old tradition of charpoy (khatiya) weaving to Mumbai.


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No room for racism

It is an ugly truth that racism exists in the world, but you can certainly make your child aware of it

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Sex & Sexuality | Smokin' ain't sexy

Maintaining good hygiene is important for good health. Since sexual health is an inseparable part of general health

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Take charge and let go

A visit to a scenic retreat didn’t turn out as regenerating as expected, but it did lead to some important lessons being learnt

Photo Credit: Arjun Kamath

Matters of the mind: Of anxiety and depression amid a pandemic

Bengaluru-based photographer Arjun Kamath tries to capture the unspoken fears and anxiety issues through his photo essay The Anxiety Series.

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In this Oct. 21, 2017, file photo, Chinese women walk past advertisement featuring teen idol Lu Han, also known as China's Justin Bieber in Beijing. China's government banned effeminate men on TV and told broadcasters Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021 to promote "revolutionary culture," broadening a campaign to tighten control over business and society and enforce official morality. (AP/Ng Han Guan, File)

China bans men it sees as not masculine enough from TV

Prez Xi Jinping has called for a national rejuvenation, with tighter Communist Party control of business, education, culture and religion

Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya wins hearts

Giving away the cricketer’s ‘Man of the Match’ award to his teammate T. Natarajan — is being seen as a mark of true sportsmanship

It’s not only astrologers, who are predicting India’s T-20 World Cup win, even former cricketers are also sending in their wishes and optimistic assurances. (Photo Credit: AFP)

Batting for Team India

Shefali makes batting and scoring those big shots look so easy, says Nilima Joglekar.

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Meet the sharks of Indian Navy

On this Indian Navy Day on December 4, meet the gallant officers who went out of their way in their attempt to keep the honour of Tricolour

The plastic waste may include empty water bottles, cold drink bottles, plastic canes and other such items, said officials. (Image credit : Twitter/@smartcitiesind)

Free lunch for one kg of plastic waste: SDMC opens 23 more 'garbage cafes'

Under the novel step, anybody depositing one kg of plastic wastes with 'garbage cafes' would get coupon for free breakfast, lunch or dinner

In Focus

Demand for skilled RPA UiPath professionals has been experiencing a significant surge among all industries. (Photo by arrangement)

Reasons Why The Demand For Skilled UiPath Talent Is On The Rise?

As the demand for UiPath talent continues to rise, there is a noticeable shortage of professionals with the necessary skills and expertise.

 Finding the best free billing software can help businesses accomplish these goals. (Photo by arrangement)

9 Quick Tips to Select the Right Billing Software

Selecting the right billing software is crucial to managing cash flow and analysing business performance.

With’s expertise in travel planning and the Royal Commission for AlUla's commitment to preserving the region's heritage. (Photo by arrangement) partners with AlUla Tourism to promote the destination in India has curated a wide range of packages for travellers to visit.

Dr. G. Nithin Bharat, MDS in Orthodontics and DentofacialOrthopaedics, is a Certified Invisalign Provider. (Photo by arrangement)

Dr. Nithin Bharat – Clear Aligners, answer to your perfect smile goals

Clear Aligners is a series of custom-made, clear braces that cover your teeth and gently pull them into the proper position over time.