13 Oct 2015
London: A lot has changed for Kangana Ranaut in the last 10 years but the superstar, who was once mocked for her poor English speaking skills in Bollywood, says she never lost confidence in herself.
06 Oct 2015
London: Women with a gene variant associated with Alzheimer's disease experience a steeper decline in body mass index (BMI) after age of 70 than those women without the version of the gene, says a study.
12 Oct 2015
Mumbai: The first actor to attend the Women In The World summit in London, Kangana Ranaut recounted her journey from a small town girl to Bollywood's queen bee following a decade-long struggle.
12 Oct 2015
Patna: An estimated 57 percent of the electorate cast their votes in the first phase of Bihar Assembly election in 49 constituencies which was violence-free note today. Women voters outnumbered men and the turnout today is more than what it was in the last state poll in 2010 (all phases taken together.)
12 Oct 2015
Beijing: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis maintained their scintillating run by clinching their eighth women's doubles title of the year at the China Open yesterday.
09 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today batted for combat role for women in the armed forces, but said a policy decision will soon be made after studying the implications as it may have some 'operational' or 'training difficulties'.
08 Oct 2015
Hindon (UP): The Indian Air Force is now planning to induct women into the fighter aircraft stream, IAF Chief Arup Raha said today.
25 Sep 2015
New York: Two Indian-American scientists have designed a new smartphone app that will record your erratic eating habits throughout the day and help you not only cut some bad habits but also prevent “metabolic jetlag”.
28 Sep 2015
New Delhi: It is a much known fact that good food is required to lead a healthy life. In a diverse country like India, a huge variety of food is available. But with these varieties, various do's and don'ts are associated with the eating habits.
03 Oct 2015
New Delhi: For women's safety, the government is considering introduction of a panic button in cell phones and has asked all mobile phone manufacturers to work out the feasibility of such a feature, Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi said on Thursday.