Burberry apologises for hoodie with noose(08:56) London, Feb 20 (IANS) British luxury fashion house, Burberry, has apologised for showcasing a hoodie that featured a noose around the neck during its show at the recently concluded London Fashion Week.
End of an era: Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld dead at 85 (Lead)(20:22) Paris, Feb 19 (IANS) Globally popular German haute couture icon Karl Lagerfeld, associated with luxury fashion brands Chanel and Fendi, died here on Tuesday at 85. The global fashion and showbiz community has mourned the demise of the designer, known for impeccable personal style, an evolving design sensibility as well as knack for making controversial statements.
Smoking over 20 cigarettes a day can cause blindness(19:38) New York, Feb 19 (IANS) While excessive smoking has been linked to various health issues, including heart disease and cancer, a new study has warned that smoking over 20 cigarettes a day can cause blindness.
Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld dead at 85(19:14) Paris, Feb 19 (IANS) Iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director of luxurious fashion brands Chanel and Fendi, died here on Tuesday. He was 85.
Obesity causing genes identified(15:54) New York, Feb 19 (IANS) Researchers have identified genetic variants associated with obesity that is central to developing targeted interventions to reduce the risk of chronic illnesses like hypertension, Type-2 diabetes and heart disease.
Tagore belongs to world: Kovind(15:18) New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS) 'Gurudev' Rabindranath Tagore was a remarkable genius, and remains not just India's, but the worlds foremost cultural icons, President Ramnath Kovind said here on Monday, while presenting the Tagore Award for Cultural Harmony.
New drug to delay ageing discovered(14:14) New York, Feb 18 (IANS) Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have developed a new drug that can delay ageing demonstrated by declining muscle mass, strength and function.
Household toxins linked to multiple disorders in children: Study(13:30) New York, Feb 18 (IANS) Children living in homes that have toxic chemicals on the floors and furniture are exposed to higher concentrations of harmful semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) in their blood or urine than those without these materials, finds a new study.
Early age drinking linked to alcohol dependence: Study(17:26) New York, Feb 17 (IANS) Early onset of drinking and intoxication may lead to heavy drinking and alcohol dependence among people, warn researchers from the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation in the US.
Create healthy work environment with creative workspace(17:06) New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) A healthy work environment through a blend of active urban setting as well as a stress-free ecosystem with sustainable measures can go a long way in improving employees' productivity, say experts of workspace design.
Having realistic goals may help you lead better life(14:32) Geneva, Feb 17 (IANS) You can hope for better well-being if you set realistic goals for yourself as a new study suggests that the key for later satisfaction is whether the life goals are seen as attainable and what they mean to a person.
Autistic children more likely to face maltreatment: Study(17:22) New York, Feb 16 (IANS) Parents, take note. If your child is suffering from autism spectrum disorder (ASD) then you have to be more cautious, as a new study has suggested they are more likely to face maltreatment than normal children.
Women should be offered treatment options for miscarriage: Study(16:02) London, Feb 16 (IANS) Though miscarriage is a traumatic experience for both parents, resulting in feelings of loss and grief that in some cases can lead to anxiety and depression, women experiencing miscarriage should be offered a choice in the treatment they receive, suggests a study.