13 Oct 2015
San Francisco: In a move to help workers have greater flexibility with their documents, Adobe and file hosting service Dropbox have announced a partnership to streamline life at the workplace, home and on the go.
11 Sep 2015
Johannesburg: Former cricket captain Graeme Smith has said that he is “nervous” about the Proteas’ upcoming “tough” tour of India, starting with the first Test in Mohali on November 5.
27 Aug 2015
London: Slimming can't get any easier than this! Researchers have shown that drinking 500ml of water half-an-hour before eating the three main meals of the day may help you lose weight.
05 Aug 2015
Chennai: Openers Usman Khawaja and Joe Burns struck sedate half centuries as Australia 'A' cantered to a nine-wicket victory over South Africa 'A' in the first tri-series cricket match here today.
06 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Our feet not only compliment the personality but also take us everywhere we wish to go. Along with the funky nail polishes and trendy shoes, it's a good idea to pamper our feet well and provide it with the comfort.
23 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Looking attractive doesn't depend solely on good clothes. The attractive skin also plays a big role in it. We all want a fresh and clear skin with no sign of wrinkles or scars over it. Pimples are in fact one of the most stressful things to spot in morning. They are red, ugly and infectious. They prove nightmare for most of the people.
17 Jul 2015
New Delhi: You don't need to chop your hair to look different. Be it short, mid-length, layered or long hair, there are easy hairstyles that can be done to change your look.
17 Mar 2015
New York: If you source your recipes from TV, you are likely to weigh about 11 pounds more than if you watch cooking shows for entertainment and do not often cook, finds a study.
31 Jul 2015
Ernie Els put behind him a fear over potential kidney stones and the disadvantage of no pre-tournament practice rounds this week as he surged into contention for the Quicken Loans National in Virginia on Thursday.
28 Jul 2015
New Delhi: As the world awaits the Wednesday launch of Windows 10 operating system by Microsoft, with which its Indian-born chief executive Satya Nadella wants to power a billion devices in a few years, its potential efficacy in India has evoked mixed response among analysts.