A book can never be replaced by e-readers, believes bibliophiles. Here are some reasons why.
Meet He Yi Yi, a 21-year-old from China who is chasing his dream of being a footballer- on crutches.
Emoji may be cute, but they present a set of dilemmas to some emoji illiterate millennials
Being an introvert is not easy but what’s more difficult is being a closeted introvert.
Stage fright beats the fear of death by a mile. How’s that? Here’s how
Your body is perfect as long as you embrace it as your perfect.
A look at 5 most popular dark tourism destinations in the world.
The ordinary transport bus could prove to be more extraordinary than you think.
Obsession with being “fair” persists on one side even as we condemn racism on the other.
Meet Shelly an AI that writes horror stories. Creepy enough?
Research reveals that rejection from a socialist party caused Hitler to join the Nazi party and thereby unleash mayhem.
The much used ( and abused ) phrase “fake news ” has been selected by Collins Dictionary as the word of the year for 2017. The word, made popular by US President Donald Trump in his frequent tirade against the media is defined by Collins as ” false, often sensational, information disseminated in the guise…
It is Movember, so here are some “mo” suggestions for the month.
We’ve done more than enough damage with our ” use and throw” culture. Using paper bags, reducing the use of disposable bottles and cups, avoiding packaged food are some of the things we can all adopt in our lives.
A review of Bill Bryson’s ” Shakespeare: The World As Stage”, an interesting and witty biography of the “Bard of Avon” who was ” forever there and not there”.
Learning to ride a bicycle turned out to be a lesson about life. One about perseverance and never giving up.