“I ate a balanced diet, did cardio to lose 21kgs”
Pragna Pandav Katariya was always on the healthier side. She was lazy and engaged in minimal physical activity. Over the years, she had become comfortable with her weight. However, on a trek with her husband, she realised that she could not walk even for 10 minutes straight, which was a blow to the 29-year-old.
Lucky screensavers to put on phones
What we see, think and manifest plays an important role in our lives. When we constantly vision a positive thought, we also manifest it into reality, helping us achieve what we want. Quite interestingly, screensavers or wallpapers on our phones or laptops aren’t only for the aesthetics but are also a medium for radiating positive and good-luck vibes. Let’s take a look at some of the screensavers that we should keep on our phones for a happy and positive life, according to astrologer and Vastu expert, Dr Jai Madaan.
See the dish that inspired Julia Child to start cooking
When legendary chef Julia Child tried sole meunière, it changed her life. "It was my first French food and I never got over it," Child recalled in archival footage in the new documentary "Julia" that premieres Monday, May 30, at 8 p.m. ET.
How COVID has changed our approach towards common cold
Ever since COVID pandemic has hit us, the common cold has been paid extra attention. Up until 2020, the common cold was always left unattended till it waned away. You would rarely have heard someone talking big and serious about having a common cold. Every time the season changed, atleast 10 people in the office would be down with a runny nose and sore throat but would be still working without any complaint.
Elizabeth line: Huge new underground railway opens deep beneath London
A huge new subterranean railway whisked fare-paying passengers deep beneath the streets of London for the first time on Tuesday as the UK capital opened a $25 billion new metro line that will transform travel across the city.