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Intelligence above looks for Indian millennials, #FindMyKind

Indian millennials find intelligence way more appealing than looks: according to the data gathered from users of dating app OkCupid, 83 per cent women and 79 per cent men find intelligence way more appealing than looks.

Ask Auntyji: Men's right to candle-lit baths | Auntyji plays cupid saath saath!

METROSEXUAL HUSBAND DEAR AUNTYJI I’m a medical professional in my early 50s and my husband works in finance. On Thursdays, I work shifts, so I come home...

India ranks high on Snapchat's global friendship survey

To explore how culture, age and technology shape preferences and attitudes related to friendship, Snapchat conducted a global survey of 10,000 people across India,...

Send us your messages of love

Want to let your special someone know how you feel in time for Valentine's Day? Email us your message of love with a (high...

Neera Tanden is Biden’s pick to head budget office

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  US President elect Joe Biden has picked Indian-American Neera Tanden, a controversial close confidante of the Clintons, to head the powerful White House Office...

Melbourne Cup 2020: Indian trainer makes $500,000 win

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trainer Julius Sandhu
  2020 will go down as a memorable year for Cranbourne horse trainer Julius Sandhu, and not only because of COVID. This year, he scored his...

Aus V Ind ODI series 2020: Pandya the shining light in...

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Hardik Pandya of India bats during the third ODI cricket match between Australia and India at Manuka Oval, Canberra, Wednesday, December 2, 2020.
  Even as India avoided a series whitewash by claiming the third ODI in Canberra, both teams already had one eye to the upcoming T20I...

Peachy keen! Sugar-free summer recipes

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Here are some classic peach recipes with a subtle difference - no sugar, writes GAURAV MASAND

US teen Gitanjali Rao is TIME’s first ever ‘Kid of the...

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gitanjali rao time magazine kid of the year
  TIME magazine has put an Indian American teen scientist and inventor Gitanjali Rao on its first ever 'Kid of the Year' cover. The fifteen-year-old was...
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