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  • The Thought Leader Series | Fashion accessories: Home-grown, handmade, athleisure and live commerce define the brave new world of luxury May 07, 2021 06:22 PM IST

    The Thought Leader Series | Fashion accessories: Home-grown, handmade, athleisure and live commerce define the brave new world of luxury

    Top-end space now dominated by products that tell a great story and offer a strong emotional connection, which consumers discover through social media platforms such as Instagram reels.

  • See Fewer People. Take Fewer Showers. May 06, 2021 07:26 PM IST

    See Fewer People. Take Fewer Showers.

    The pandemic upended the use of zippered pants and changed people’s eating and drinking habits. There are now indications that it has caused some Americans to become more spartan when it comes to ablutions.

  • Fitness guru Luke Coutinho donates to Paytm’s COVID relief drive fund to meet oxygen crisis May 03, 2021 01:22 PM IST

    Fitness guru Luke Coutinho donates to Paytm’s COVID relief drive fund to meet oxygen crisis

    The celebrity nutritionist and holistic lifestyle coach, who specialises in Integrative Medicine, is offering free health and wellness programmes to families hit hard by the pandemic

  • Will the pandemic lead to big cities losing some of their lustre? May 02, 2021 07:54 AM IST

    Will the pandemic lead to big cities losing some of their lustre?

    Will more people choose the less complicated life of the village now? Or could the pandemic trigger the big declutter in cities, with better infrastructure for those whose priorities are different?

  • Divers, chronos and a cool ‘driver’s’ watch: The Watches & Wonders round-up Apr 30, 2021 08:56 PM IST

    Divers, chronos and a cool ‘driver’s’ watch: The Watches & Wonders round-up

    Big launches and our top picks of luxury watches at the 2021 edition of the watch event organised in Geneva and Shanghai.

  • What happened with the Messi murals that kicked up a storm on social media? Apr 30, 2021 07:03 PM IST

    What happened with the Messi murals that kicked up a storm on social media?

    Budweiser India in April invited ire when it painted murals of much-loved football icon Lionel Messi over street art in the national and financial capitals of India - but should street art even be protected? If so, who should protect it and are there rules and laws for it?

  • What Is ‘Cheugy’? You Know It When You See It Apr 30, 2021 06:59 PM IST

    What Is ‘Cheugy’? You Know It When You See It

    And while a lot of cheugy things are associated with millennial women, the term can be applied to anyone of any gender and any age.

  • COVID-19 second wave: It's doomsday-like scenario for the live events sector, say industry players Apr 28, 2021 03:49 PM IST

    COVID-19 second wave: It's doomsday-like scenario for the live events sector, say industry players

    As insiders stare at another year of write off, following a Rs 5,600 crore loss in 2020 for the out-of-home entertainment business, it's back to virtual events. The only trouble is it is not as lucrative

  • Covid-19 second wave: Industry players paint a grim picture for the gym sector Apr 27, 2021 09:26 AM IST

    Covid-19 second wave: Industry players paint a grim picture for the gym sector

    It’s yesterday once more for gym owners. Just at things were looking up and people were flocking to gyms to stay fit, they have been forced to close their doors again, as the explosion in coronavirus cases has led to lockdowns in many cities

  • A New Benefit Raises an Old Question: Which Mothers Should Work? Apr 26, 2021 09:11 PM IST

    A New Benefit Raises an Old Question: Which Mothers Should Work?

    All these fault lines, though, will be ignored by the federal government this summer when it begins delivering a monthly check of $250 to $300 per child to all but the richest families in the United States.

  • COVID-19 | CEO pay remains stratospheric, even at companies battered by pandemic Apr 25, 2021 01:30 PM IST

    COVID-19 | CEO pay remains stratospheric, even at companies battered by pandemic

    The coronavirus plunged the world into an economic crisis, sent the U.S. unemployment rate skyrocketing and left millions of Americans struggling to make ends meet. Yet at many of the companies hit hardest by the pandemic, the executives in charge were showered with riches.

  • COVID-19 | Tech helpers are restaurants’ go-to for pandemic survival Apr 24, 2021 03:54 PM IST

    COVID-19 | Tech helpers are restaurants’ go-to for pandemic survival

    Unlike other small retailers, restaurateurs could keep the tech low, with basic websites and maybe Instagram accounts with tantalizing, well-lit photos of their food. Until 2020.

  • CONTAGION: Science meets art to understand a pandemic Apr 23, 2021 08:43 PM IST

    CONTAGION: Science meets art to understand a pandemic

    An online art exhibition opening April 30 at the new Science Gallery in Bengaluru will take viewers on an incisive journey through the history and science of outbreaks.

  • COVID Second Wave: A sour Deja vu for the wedding industry as 90 percent of its businesses vanish Apr 23, 2021 09:44 AM IST

    COVID Second Wave: A sour Deja vu for the wedding industry as 90 percent of its businesses vanish

    Stringent pandemic curbs like limited number of guests, night curfews, a vanishing labour force and drastic loss of revenue have combined to sent the once-happy marriage industry into a tailspin, for the second successive year

  • French lingerie shops launch cheeky protest against national lockdown Apr 22, 2021 08:24 PM IST

    French lingerie shops launch cheeky protest against national lockdown

    Lingerie retailers argue they provide an essential service and that if florists, bookshops, hairdressers and garden centres are allowed to open shop across France, so should they.

  • One Year Later: How U.S. Winemakers Averted Disaster Apr 20, 2021 06:00 PM IST

    One Year Later: How U.S. Winemakers Averted Disaster

    When the pandemic struck in March 2020, she feared the worst, as her Day Wines tasting room closed along with the restaurants where many of her wines were sold.

  • Vegan Cheese, but Make It Delicious Apr 19, 2021 05:40 PM IST

    Vegan Cheese, but Make It Delicious

    In the last few years, as the national demand for vegan foods has increased, the vegan cheese industry has boomed. Competition is fierce, and the best slices, shreds and other mass-produced vegan cheeses are nothing like the disappointing, often repulsive, starchy goop that I remember from the early 2000s.

  • These countries did well with COVID. So why are they slow on vaccines? Apr 18, 2021 03:15 PM IST

    These countries did well with COVID. So why are they slow on vaccines?

    Countries that largely subdued the virus are among the slowest in the developed world to vaccinate their residents, while countries like Britain and the United States that suffered grievous outbreaks are leapfrogging ahead with inoculations.

  • Meet the man who made Bhuvan Bam, the influencer with 3 billion YouTube views, a brand Apr 14, 2021 07:40 AM IST

    Meet the man who made Bhuvan Bam, the influencer with 3 billion YouTube views, a brand

    Rohit Raj, co-founder of Artist Aadmi, a boutique talent management agency, has helped Bam crack many brand deals in the last few years. The two have also launched a merchandising firm, worth over Rs 50 crore, and a production company called BB Ki Vines Productions.

  • What a Gambling App Knows About You Mar 24, 2021 02:02 PM IST

    What a Gambling App Knows About You

    As gambling apps explode in popularity around the world, the documents show how far one of the gambling industry’s most popular apps has adopted some of the internet’s most invasive tracking and profiling techniques

  • With fewer ads on streaming, brands make more movies Mar 24, 2021 01:42 PM IST

    With fewer ads on streaming, brands make more movies

    With more people home and glued to their streaming services, many of which don’t allow advertising, companies are finding that they need to be creative about the ways they get in front of audiences no longer seeing 30-second commercials.

  • Return of traffic cops to landmark piazza brings unlikely joy in Rome Mar 22, 2021 02:22 PM IST

    Return of traffic cops to landmark piazza brings unlikely joy in Rome

    For many Romans and tourists alike, those traffic controllers are as much a symbol of the Eternal City as the Colosseum or the Pantheon.

  • Resume-writing tips to help you get past the AI gatekeepers Mar 20, 2021 03:52 PM IST

    Resume-writing tips to help you get past the AI gatekeepers

    To avoid getting caught by the resume sifter, job seekers should understand the new systems, which have been spreading to more industries and positions

  • ‘I had to prove that i exist’: Transgender anchor makes history in Bangladesh Mar 17, 2021 02:01 PM IST

    ‘I had to prove that i exist’: Transgender anchor makes history in Bangladesh

    Tashnuva Anan Shishir was hired by the private television channel Boishakhi TV and read a news segment for the first time on International Women’s Day. The appearance simultaneously vaulted her into the living rooms of millions of her fellow Bangladeshis and onto the global stage as the country’s first transgender news anchor.

  • Why common colds might spike when kids return to school Mar 13, 2021 03:07 PM IST

    Why common colds might spike when kids return to school

    Some experts say it’s possible that weakened immune systems may have been to blame - since kids likely had not been exposed to as many colds and other viruses while at home, it’s plausible that they could have lost some of their immune defences, making them especially susceptible to colds when they returned to school.

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