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11 Tips To Protect Hair From Sun DamageRediff.com7 days ago
Even brief exposure to the sun can damage hair strands and cause them to frizz.
Shama's STUNNING Wedding LooksRediff.com15 Mar 2022
To-be brides, here's all the inspiration you need for your wedding day.
8 Tips to Get Rid of a HeadacheRediff.com30 Mar 2021
Missing meals, eating at odd times, and other poor dietary practices are all tell-tale causes of that dull, throbbing sensation in your head, says nutritionist and wellness coach Pooja Bhargava.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 -- first pictures releasedRediff.com3 Sep 2020
Can you watch 309 films in a year?Rediff.com23 Jan 2020
On planes, on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, Zee5, Hulu, MUBI, Kanopy, film festivals... Aseem Chhabra tell us how he watched 309 films in 365 days.
10 super foods to fight acidity and improve digestionRediff.com25 Nov 2019
Probiotics are known to improve the gut flora and help prevent progression of digestive disorders, says Afaaf Shaikh.
E-cigarettes: The damage is worse than you think!Rediff.com13 Nov 2019
E-cigarettes pose a huge health risk to users, who more often than not are adolescents and young adults
Why cows have become a problem in UPRediff.com5 May 2019
Hordes of cows rampage through the fields, eating everything in sight. This is after the UP government banned slaughter of cattle. As a result, farmers whose cows become old and are a liability simply sets them loose.
5 Indian herbs that will help you survive summerRediff.com12 Mar 2019
It's time to stock up on basil, mint and Indian gooseberries.
Navratri style: We dare you to wear this GREEN sariRediff.com21 Sep 2017
All the celeb inspiration you need for Day Two.
Mom review: More power to Sridevi!Rediff.com7 Jul 2017
'Her performance is a throwback to old-school histrionics and hysterics -- it's classic Sridevi,' says Sukanya Verma.
Whoa! Sonam wore a trouser sari to Cannes!Rediff.com26 May 2017
The good, bad and ugly looks from the celebrity circus.
Sleepless nights? Try this!Rediff.com3 May 2017
Getting a good night's sleep, it seems, isn't as easy as it is made out to be.
Indian summers: 8 natural hacks to beat the heatRediff.com27 Apr 2017
Have you heard of the 'chillow' that can cool your pillow? Or the 'bedroom plant'?
#FoodPorn: 10 more Instagram foodies to followRediff.com18 Jan 2017
Their pics will send you into a food coma!
For the Oswals, a 6-year, multi-billion-dollar legal drama endsRediff.com4 Oct 2016
After reaching a deal with ANZ in a six-year tussle, Pankaj and Radhika Oswal have left Australia and plan to start a new venture in New York
9 bizarrely easy ways to lose weightRediff.com11 Aug 2016
Start your day with a chocolate! No, we are not kidding.
Recipes: 4 easy mocktails to beat the stressRediff.com16 Feb 2016
Sudha Thakur tells you how to fight stress with food.
How to get rid of a hangoverRediff.com31 Dec 2015
Simple ways to cure a hangover after a long New Year Eve party.
How to get rid of a double chinRediff.com30 Nov 2015
The secret to a crisp jawline is not so difficult.
How to beat the Diwali bulgeRediff.com9 Nov 2015
Here's how to keep a check on your weight this party season.
Is the Gandhi magic disappearing from Amethi?Rediff.com8 May 2014
For a constituency that has voted for the Nehru family time and again, little has changed on the ground. The people of Amethi tell Swarupa Dutt/Rediff.com that they will vote for the Congress, but teach Rahul a lesson.
New hotels open ahead of festive cheerRediff.com9 Oct 2012
Since the start of October at least four new hotel properties have opened in leisure and business tourist destinations like Tamil Nadu and Goa adding more than 400 branded rooms with another 260 rooms due for launch during next week.
New players seek to ginger up budget hotel marketRediff.com30 Apr 2012
Having started with an economical Rs 999 per room, Ginger, into its eighth year, currently charges Rs 1,500-2,000 per room.
A good sex life 'helps you live longer'Rediff.com18 Jan 2011
A new study has revealed that a great sex life will not only help you feel and look younger -- it will also help you live longer.
Now, insecticide sprayed at CWG under the scannerRediff.com26 Sep 2010
Environmentalists have objected to the spraying of chemicals in the Games Village. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi is spraying synthetic pyrethroids, potent lipophilic insecticides for mosquito control at the Commonwealth Games sites due to the dengue scare, unmindful of the dangers posed by exposure due to inhalation of ambient air that is possible after these compounds have been used.
Comic strip Peanuts has new ownerRediff.com28 Apr 2010
Media enterprise firm E W Scripps has signed an agreement to sell its unit United Media Licensing, which owned Peanuts' licensing rights, to Iconix in an all-cash transaction expected to close by end of the second quarter.
Aus: Indian couple for on meat ban at house siteRediff.com29 Mar 2010
An Indian-origin couple, Pankaj and Radhika Oswal, building a multi-million dollar mansion in Melbourne, who have run into a dispute with their construction workers over eating ham sandwiches and meat pies during work, are adamant that they do not want their religious sentiments to be hurt.
India's biggest designers come together at Fashion WeekRediff.com19 Sep 2009
In a one of a kind showing, 20 of India's biggest designers got together to celebrate 10 years of Lakme Fashion Week. Ritu Beri, Tarun Tahiliani, Manish Malhotra and the like showcased winning creations in quick succession. Don't miss the second half!
Trailer: ShivamaniRediff.com4 Aug 2009
Here's a sneak peek at the Kannada movie.
From poverty-stricken villages to the G-8 summitRediff.com7 Jul 2009
Sanjukta from Koraput, Naresh Kumar from Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh and Samuel Venkatesh from Tamil Nadu will head to Rome, where over 80 children from various countries will join them for the J-8 summit, organised by the United Nations Children's Fund.
The room in the sky: Excerpt from Arzee the DwarfRediff.com3 Jul 2009
We bring you an excerpt from Arzee the Dwarf by Mumbai-based blogger and book critic Chandrahas Choudhury.