Veenu Sandhu

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Keep calm and download

Keep calm and download

Rediff.com31 Jan 2017

Anxious? Stressed? Upset? Veenu Sandhu has a handy list of apps that promise mental peace.

The gym is old news

The gym is old news

Rediff.com27 Jan 2017

2017 is about functional training and natural movements. Veenu Sandhu highlights new ways to get and stay in shape.

Kamal Haasan and the unkind biryani cut

Kamal Haasan and the unkind biryani cut

Rediff.com23 Jan 2017

In the midst of the agitation the 62-year-ld southern superstar trained in Karate dealt a strike straight in the stomach.

Now, rise and prove your patriotism

Now, rise and prove your patriotism

Rediff.com10 Dec 2016

After the Supreme Court ruling on playing the national anthem in all movie halls, Veenu Sandhu misses the innocent days when patriotism was part of our being, not a prescribed potion to bring all our problems to an end. And no one told us to 'leave', 'get out' or 'go to Pakistan' if we differed.

Your data can be kidnapped, too!

Your data can be kidnapped, too!

Rediff.com2 Sep 2016

Digital extortion, in which hackers lock out all your data and seek ransom, is a real threat today, says Veenu Sandhu.

Grown-ups, it's never too late to colour

Grown-ups, it's never too late to colour

Rediff.com25 Jul 2016

Colouring books for adults are helping people loosen up and rediscover their childhood.

Is Rio on your mind? Plan ahead is the mantra!

Is Rio on your mind? Plan ahead is the mantra!

Rediff.com28 Jun 2016

Come August and the world's finest athletes from 206 countries will be out to prove their best at the Olympics.

Have you been 'Honeyed'? 'Babed'? 'Darlinged'?

Have you been 'Honeyed'? 'Babed'? 'Darlinged'?

Rediff.com28 Jun 2016

Most people simply don't know how to address someone they engage with professionally. We women are often at the receiving end of such ignorance -- often from sexist ignoramuses, says Veenu Sandhu.

Anurag Kashyap, making his own rules

Anurag Kashyap, making his own rules

Rediff.com23 Jun 2016

There is something about Anurag Kashyap that puts the cinema watchdogs on alert, says Veenu Sandhu.

Celebrity endorsement becomes a risky business

Celebrity endorsement becomes a risky business

Rediff.com9 Jun 2016

The call to make brand ambassadors accountable has rattled filmstars and sports stars.

The lengths this MP is going to preserve a piece of history

The lengths this MP is going to preserve a piece of history

Rediff.com3 May 2016

Rajya Sabha MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar is underwriting the revival of a vintage Dakota as a gift to the Indian Air Force.

Yeh Serena! Way to go!

Yeh Serena! Way to go!

Rediff.com28 Mar 2016

'The one match I would really like to watch would be Williams versus Djokovic.'

Bitten by the Bullet

Bitten by the Bullet

Rediff.com2 Feb 2016

For an increasing number of bike enthusiasts, the Royal Enfield is becoming a way of life

'Removing Aamir from Incredible India campaign is politically correct'

'Removing Aamir from Incredible India campaign is politically correct'

Rediff.com25 Jan 2016

'The damage has been done because your own brand ambassador is running you down.'

Are you addicted to online shopping?

Are you addicted to online shopping?

Rediff.com16 Nov 2015

Online shopping is becoming an obsession, a distraction and a cause of distress for a rising number of Indians. Are you a Compulsive Online Purchaser?

Does your child have high cholesterol?

Does your child have high cholesterol?

Rediff.com1 Sep 2015

An increasing number of overweight and under-exercised children are staring at serious heart problems if parents don't step in

When the nation stood as one: Pages from a Indo-Pak war journal

When the nation stood as one: Pages from a Indo-Pak war journal

Rediff.com18 Aug 2015

Fifty years ago, India and Pakistan fought a short but bloody war. The author finds out how Sainik Samachar, the defence ministry's journal, reported it.

The incredible lightness of being

The incredible lightness of being

Rediff.com4 Jul 2015

Pilates, a fitness system that focuses on stretching to help the muscles find their balance, is becoming popular. The author tries it out.

No rape in marriage?

No rape in marriage?

Rediff.com9 May 2015

A number of studies and statistics prove that marital rape is a reality in India. But laws that do not acknowledge this are another reality that a large number of married women are forced to live with.

Is cholesterol really bad for your health?

Is cholesterol really bad for your health?

Rediff.com9 Mar 2015

Cholesterol has long been associated with poor eating choices. But new US guidelines say that dietary cholesterol has very little impact on one's health.

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