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Delhi, Ahmedabad top list of 7 cities in daily average consumption of ‘added fat’

Delhi and Ahmedabad topped the list of seven metro cities in daily average consumption of ‘added fat’ in dishes such as dal fry, stuffed paratha and mutton biryani, while Hyderabad was at the bottom of the list according to a recent survey. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) survey also revealed that men consume […]

Relish a dish, cherish a wish at Ping Pong Dim Sum

“DIM SUM” means to touch the heart. And London’s Ping Pong Dim Sum tries to do exactly that through the exotic gastronomic experience it offers across its restaurants in the city.   Marking this Chinese New Year season, the restaurant group’s master chef Ruby Wu has created a range of new dishes and mouthwatering dim sums […]

‘Anti-vaccination’ movement a growing danger: Expert

THE ‘anti-vaccination’ movement is a growing danger, a leading expert has warned at a science event held at a London school earlier this month. The immunology professor and head of the centre for clinical pharmacology at University College London Derek Gilroy was speaking on the topic ‘Human Body’ as an invited guest at the John […]

The language of love

by PRIYA MULJI HAPPY Valentine’s Day to all my lovely readers! I hope you all have a day full of love in all its forms and that continues for the rest of 2020 and beyond. If you’re single like I’ve been pretty much all my life, please don’t be sad. Today, devote time to the […]

Love and courtship through the ages

HOW ANCIENT WOOING RITUALS EVOLVED INTO MODERN DAY CULTURE by MITA MISTRY THIS week couples all over the world celebrating love and romance to mark Valentine’s Day would have met in different ways. Many would have courted each before getting together as a couple and gone through a process that led them into a relationship. […]

Excess smartphone, social media use linked to mental distress, suicide risk: Study

Excessive use of smartphones and social media may be associated with mental distress, and suicide risk among adolescents, according to a review of studies. The review, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, focussed on smartphone use, and did not consider online gaming. “Physicians, teachers and families need to work together with youth to decrease […]

Exercise of varying intensities may influence brain function differently: Study

In a first, researchers have shown that low and high exercise intensities influence brain function differently, a finding that may pave the way for better clinical applications of physical activity in patients recovering from mental illness or brain injury. The study, published in the journal Brain Plasticity, used resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging (Rs-fMRI) […]

Lost and found

by MITA MISTRY I RECENTLY visited my brother and his family in Singapore, where I met a few of their friends, who often share interesting stories. And one of them, Sarah, told me about a painting that she had created as an 11-year-old while living at home in Germany. It was a unique painting that […]

‘No place is off-limits for the creative mind’

NATASHA CHANDEL DISCUSSES ACTING, COMEDY WRITING AND HER DATING PODCAST by ASJAD NAZIR TALENTED producer, writer, actress and host Natasha Chandel has established herself as a creative force. At the heart of that power is an amazing versatility that has enabled her to mix up marvellous projects, including starring roles, a popular dating podcast, hosting […]

Ethnic minorities have higher risk of developing physical disability: Study

by LAUREN CODLING SOUTH ASIANS need to act early to prevent future health problems, academics have warned as new research found ethnic minorities are at a higher risk of developing a physical disability. Data compiled from a study of 40,000 men and women showed that those from a south Asian background are more likely to […]

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