Sneha Bengani

Editor

Devours English literature classics. Is an obsessive list-maker. Has buttery fingers. Loves the smell of wet earth, freshly brewed coffee and home-cooked food. Hopes to learn to wear saree someday.
Sneha Bengani

06 Jan 2020

Lifestyle

All you need to know about your favorite drink, chai

Did you know that not every tea is chai?

06 Jan 2020

Entertainment

#HappyBirthdayRahman: Celebrating the man, his music and magic

Call him what you may, Mozart of Madras, Isai Puyal (musical storm) or Allah Rakha Rahman, he rules over millions of hearts.

02 Dec 2019

World

Today in history: Drug lord Pablo Escobar's death anniversary

Colombia's most feared, iconic and devastating drug lord, Pablo Escobar died today 26 years ago. He was 44.

08 Mar 2019

Technology

Celebrating female leaders in technology, this Women's Day

They have long broken the glass ceiling and continue to disrupt the status quo with their aggressive leadership and indomitable spirit in a field long considered men's domain: technology.

24 Feb 2019

Entertainment

Gone away too soon: Remembering Sridevi, India's first female superstar

Indians cannot think of Chiffon sarees without thinking of Sridevi. It's been 30 years since we first fell for Chandni, unknowingly, irrevocably, but no wedding is considered complete even today without a woman dancing to "Mere Haathon Mein Nau-Nau Choodiyan Hai".

06 Jan 2019

Entertainment

#HappyBirthdayRahman: Celebrating the man, his music and magic

Call him what you may, Mozart of Madras, Isai Puyal (musical storm) or Allah Rakha Rahman, he rules over millions of hearts.

13 Aug 2018

Entertainment

Happy Birthday Sridevi: Remembering India's first female superstar

Indians cannot think of Chiffon sarees without thinking of Sridevi. It's been 29 years since we first fell for Chandni, unknowingly, irrevocably, but no wedding is considered complete even today without a woman dancing to 'Mere Haathon Mein Nau-Nau Choodiyan Hai'.

03 Aug 2018

World

Study: Humans may prefer "healthy" alcohol in next 10-20 years

Healthy alcohol may sound like an oxymoron now, but it's soon to become a reality.

30 Jul 2018

India

Know when a hospital is overcharging: Details here

Even at a time when hospitals are under fire for rampant malpractices, you can get quality treatment without denting your pocket. All you need is preparedness and planning.

30 Jul 2018

World

Syria: How parents use WhatsApp to teach kids new skills

The Syrian civil war is one of the worst the world's ever seen. It has displaced and permanently scarred millions in the last seven years, forcing them to take dangerous journeys and seek shelter in nations that don't want them.

28 Jul 2018

World

Know all about 'golden blood,' the rarest blood type

We all know people who have variations of blood types A, B and O. But have you ever come across someone who has golden blood? Most likely not. Because only 43 people in the world have been discovered with this blood type in the last 57 years, making it the rarest of all.

27 Jul 2018

India

Why Indians using sex dolls is a good idea

Imagine sex dolls becoming a regular in Indian households. Given as gifts on weddings, anniversaries; discussed among friends, at work; carefully placed alongside furniture in bedrooms.

26 Jul 2018

India

Of abused NRI wives and their struggle to break free

Neha Rastogi worked with Apple and lived in Silicon Valley. She had a good education, an illustrious career, a four-year-old daughter and an abusive husband.

25 Jul 2018

India

After you dial 100: What happens inside police control room?

Have you ever wondered what happens after you dial 100 - India's de-facto emergency helpline number - and before you get help?

24 Jul 2018

World

How much longer before humans conquer ageing?

Countless researches, superfoods, cosmetics and exercises claim to have found the way to achieve human's most wishful desire - to enhance longevity or at least our health spans.

24 Jul 2018

India

Why aren't female condoms as popular as other contraceptives?

Considering India's struggle with population control, a dedicated Condom Day or Contraceptive Week or Reproductive Health Month to raise awareness is long overdue.

02 Jun 2018

India

After you dial 100: What happens inside police control room?

Have you ever wondered what happens after you dial 100 - India's de-facto emergency helpline number - and before you get help?

02 Jun 2018

India

Why aren't female condoms as popular as other contraceptives?

Considering India's struggle with population control, a dedicated Condom Day or Contraceptive Week or Reproductive Health Month to raise awareness is long overdue.

21 May 2018

India

Why Indians using sex dolls is a good idea

Imagine sex dolls becoming a regular in Indian households. Given as gifts on weddings, anniversaries; discussed among friends, at work; carefully placed alongside furniture in bedrooms.

29 Apr 2018

India

Counterfeit notes can get you jailed. Learn to spot them

How likely is it that you have a fake note resting in your wallet? With counterfeit notes worth Rs. 11.23 crore detected across India in the first eight months post demonetization, the probability of it is unmissable.

20 Apr 2018

Entertainment

#MeToo has reached Pakistan. Will it ever come to Bollywood?

Pakistani singer Meesha Shafi accused singer-actor Ali Zafar of repeated sexual misconduct on Twitter yesterday.

19 Apr 2018

India

India's taking provisions to protect girls. What about married women?

In the wake of the Kathua, Unnao and Surat rape cases, the central government is considering awarding death penalty for rape of minors aged under 12.

18 Apr 2018

Entertainment

Varun Dhawan is Bollywood's today and tomorrow. Here's why

There's something inherently Bollywood about Varun Dhawan. That he grew up in the shadow of one of the world's largest film industries is evident - in his understanding of the business, his love for the craft and his nuanced performances.

14 Apr 2018

India

Kathua, Unnao: Has anything changed for India's women since Nirbhaya?

On December 16, 2012, a paramedical student was brutally gang-raped on a bus in Delhi, an incident that forced India to confront the horrors of gender-based sexual violence prevalent in the country.

13 Apr 2018

Entertainment

Don't like IPL? Binge-watch these TV series instead

With the 11th season of the Indian Premier League on, your television must be booked for another 45 days. If you aren't interested or too bored with the brouhaha, we have got you covered.

12 Apr 2018

Entertainment

A woke James Bond? Seriously?

Daniel Craig will be starring in Bond 25. However, more than happy, his fans are worried.

07 Apr 2018

Entertainment

Dear Kapil Sharma, it's no longer funny

So much unpleasantness has followed in the last one year since Kapil Sharma's now infamous in-flight brawl with Sunil Grover and other cast members, that it takes a while to realize he was India's most beloved comedian not so long ago.

07 Apr 2018

Business

It's time you stop trusting Mark Zuckerberg with your information

Mark Zuckerberg is a deeply ambitious man with a penchant for making mistakes and negating/avoiding them for as long as he can. When he cannot, he apologizes, promises to do better and moves on to the next big mistake.

30 Mar 2018

Entertainment

The funny Indian boys on Amazon Prime

The last five years have been instrumental for standup comedy in India. We have come a long way from the infamous All India Bakchod quartet. Today, over 10 Indian comics have their own standup specials on Amazon Prime alone.

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