All stories by ANI
I keep licensed revolver for self-defense: Boxer NeerajRediff.com14 Jul 2020
I keep a licensed revolver with me always in my car, there are some personal issues with someone which I don't want to disclose, said boxer Neeraj Goyat.
Can you spread COVID-19 by talking?Rediff.com16 May 2020
Why a new study suggests you wear a face mask when you speak to anyone.
'The Mahagathbandhan is for personal survival'Rediff.com12 Aug 2018
'The Opposition has no option but to make it an 'All versus One' fight to even think about winning.'
11 tips to find your love onlineRediff.com15 Sep 2016
Ramanuj Mukherjee shares his lessons from his first hand experience at Tinder.
Revealed: The secret to keep your sexual spark aliveRediff.com21 Jul 2016
There are ways with which couples can relight their fire.
Pasta is good for your health; helps you lose weightRediff.com5 Jul 2016
Now you don't need an excuse to eat pasta.
Count bites not calories to lose weightRediff.com27 Jun 2016
That's the key to a slimmer waistline says a recent study.
Eat fruits to reduce erectile dysfunction risk!Rediff.com14 Jan 2016
Did you know berries can help improve your sexual health?
Internet infidelity can be addictiveRediff.com26 Oct 2015
Online infidelity can be addictive, according to a recent study.
Revealed: The secret to marital blissRediff.com23 Oct 2015
You can improve your chances for high marital quality by using the power of 'thank you' as a recent study suggests that showing gratitude and believing that your partner values you, directly influences how you behave in your marriage.
How your cellphone is ruining your love lifeRediff.com5 Oct 2015
If you're guilty of phubbing, that is snubbing others by constantly looking at your cellphone, then you may want to change your ways soon as a recent survey confirms that cellphones are damaging romantic relationships and leading to higher levels of depression.
Facebook lies can lead to memory problemsRediff.com30 Dec 2014
A new study has found that lying on Facebook, Twitter can make people actually believe their fibs, leading to paranoia, memory problems.