Read on to find out who India’s most famous serial killers were. This actually refers to an unidentified serial killer(s) who murdered over dozens of homeless people in Calcutta and Bombay during the years 1985 to 1989. This serial killer preyed on women who wanted to get married but had no means to pay dowry or find suitable husbands – and actually murdered 20 of them.
You might have heard of this as the ‘Noida double murder case’ which took place over ten years ago in May 2008, referring to the unsolved murders of a 13-year-old girl and a 45-year-old live-in domestic worker employed by her family. Amar Singh Chamkila was a popular Punjabi singer and musician, and he and his wife/singing partner, Amarjot, were killed along with two members of their band in the year 1988. Some conspiracy theories consider the Punjab police as being behind the murder for considering their lyrics vulgar, other Punjabi singers as their popularity was threatened, or an honor killing by Amarjot’s family.
A WHO report said that nearly one in 20 people in India is likely to be suffering from some form of depression. Chances are, if you’re sitting in a crowded bus or train and reading this during your morning commute, someone around you is depressed. That is the state of our country in the 21st century, where life is a race against time. While many celebrities like Deepika Padukone and Kapil Sharma have spoken up about their own mental illnesses, India as a country is still hesitant to accept depression and other mental health disorders as ‘real’. As per a 2011 WHO report, India spends only 0. ...
India has a rich history that is astonishingly fascinating. Our country is known for its rich traditions, culture and heritage. Past rulers and kings of India were known for their lavish lifestyles, so much so that these royal families have built stunningly massive forts, mahals and havelis that they called ‘home’.
High paced life style, increased time tables and the desire to earn quick bucks have added to this suffering. Over worked body and mind, haphazard diet scheduling and over dependence on Junk Food also leads to such life style disorders. Insomnia can affect a person for many reasons. This disorder takes a toll on a person’s physical and mental health, both. Study says in USA 30-40% adults are affected by Insomnia, where 10-15% adults state that they are facing this disorder as a chronic one; in India more than 10 million adults are facing this sleep disorder problem.
The next time you’re planning a vacation in Goa, check out the fabulous places that Airbnb has on offer. The online marketplace and hospitality service has a wide variety of accommodations to chose from and promises travelers a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Take a look at these stunning images to help you make up your mind. (Image credits: Airbnb)
Rani Mukherji and Ranbir Kapoor were clicked together by the shutterbugs at a pandal on the auspicious occasion of Durga Puja. Rani and Ranbir smiled and hugged each other as they met. While Rani looked stunning in a beige sari with a bright orange blouse.
Did you know, an average woman uses 11,000- 17,000 sanitary napkins in her lifetime. Plastic blocks airflow to the vagina, which can be a direct cause of cervical cancer, UTIs, yeast infections, rashes, allergies and painful periods. This is exactly the reason why Deepanjali Damlia came up with the idea of natural and biodegradable sanitary napkins for women.
India, with a unique mix of cultures, religions and beliefs, is home to many languages. Languages spoken in India belong to several language families, the major ones being the Indo-Aryan languages spoken by 75% of Indians and the Dravidian languages spoken by 20% of Indians. According to Census of India of 2001, India has 122 major languages and 1599 other languages. For the convenience of people, and to make our lives easier (relatively), the Constitution of India has recognised 22 languages as the official languages of India.
“How does that work?” questions a confused Oprah to the newly married Abhishek Bachchan on learning that the actor, along with his beautiful wife lives with his parents. “How does that work?” Abhishek doesn’t wait a second to throw the ball in Oprah’s court. This exchange brings to light the world’s view on the strong concept of ‘family’ in India.
The landscape of Hampi, in Karnataka, is replete with the flows of Tungabhadra River. Situated in Patan, Gujarat, Rani Ki Vav is an ancient step-well, that was built by Rani Udaymati in 11th Century AD, to worship hallowed waters of Saraswati River. An exquisite example of subterranean architecture, Rani ki Vav is 64 meters long, 20 meters wide and 27 meters deep.
You need to make sure you have a considerable bank balance in order to survive in these cities. Here are 7 of the world's most expensive cities to live in.
A common myth is that drinking beer could be detrimental to health. On the contrary, here are reasons which prove that drinking beer in moderation could in fact prove to be good for health. Video credit: Chaitra Anand
Deepika Padukone is all set to take Rotterdam by storm as she gets ready to present the MTV EMA awards! The lovely beauty of Bollywood is seen donning a Monisha Jaising creation and is rocking the look. Take a look! (Story – PinkVilla.com; Images – Getty)
Hyderabad is one of the major cities in India. Its wide span development in all possible areas makes it a great place to live in. And if not for living, one must definitely visit and experience this beauty. Here are 10 things every Indian should know about Hyderabad
Had I not visited the historical forts in Rajasthan and Taj Mahal in Agra in a tourist bus with a gang of visitors from US and Europe, I wouldn’t have ever known how much the regular things staple to this country, that lie unattended in every room of our apartment, appeal to those who come from distant lands. Let’s see what are the things that the guests to India pick from here, to take back home. The next time you have a colleague visiting from a far off country, you should know exactly what to present to them that will captivate their attention.