We spotted Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, with her daughter Aradhya, in Mumbai for Durga Puja. Check out the pics. Images by Yogen Shah
We spotted a host of celebrities, decked up in their very best sarees, for Durga Puja. From Kajol, to Rani, to the Bachchans, here are all the celebs we spotted. Images by Yogen Shah
“Home is where your heart is”, but if you don’t look after your home well, it might just kill your heart silently and without remorse. It is an increasingly found fact that your house could gradually gnaw at your health and make you sick. When it comes to homesickness (and I guarantee you it’s not at all nostalgic), studies have uncovered evidence that your homely environment might in fact be turning against you. And that too without your express knowledge. So, what are those different ways your home is hurting your health? Let’s take a look.
The security guard can be seen handing the note to a passenger before yelling at him to read it while laughing hysterically.
Spiritual healing brings you closer to nature. One of the most famous holistic institutions in the world is The Spirit Vine Retreat Center near Itacare, Brazil. This center focuses on spiritual development which is facilitated through spiritual ceremonies and workshops.
Malaika Arora and Amrita Arora are one of Bollywood’s most stylish sisters. The duo hang out together quite often, with their girl gang which includes the Kapoor sisters (Kareena and Karisma) as well. After spending so much time together, it seems that their style has rubbed off on each other. Recently, Malaika and Amrita 'accidentally' twinned with each other wearing the classic combination of white and blue. While Malaika looked gorgeous and flaunted her toned figure in a white crop t-shirt and blue jeans, sister Amrita wore a sleeveless version of a white crop t-shirt with a long denim skirt. Both of them wore white sneakers to finish off their looks. What do you think of their outfits? Thumbs up or down? Images by Yogen Shah
SINGAPORE — There are about three billion people around the world who live without proper waste disposal, and marginalised people in countries like Pakistan and India who make a living on picking thrash - they’re waste pickers, a community of people who’ve made some significance in gaining recognition for the job they do.