Iconic Tintin cover fetches near-record 2.5 mn euros

The original cover design for Tintin adventure "The Shooting Star" has been sold for 2.5 million euros (USD 2.8 million) in a near-record for a work by the boy detective's Belgian creator Herge, a dealer said Monday.

Bronze statues may be last remaining by Michelangelo

Two sculptures that languished in obscurity for more than a century may be the only surviving bronze works by Michelangelo, researchers announced in Britain on Monday.

Healthy lifestyle key to fight mental decline

Finnish researchers have suggested that a healthy lifestyle helps in fighting mental decline, with exercise and diet holding significant potential against Alzheimer`s disease.

Women`s jewellery collection a treasure trove

Jewellery is a weakness of many women and a survey shows that British women of 40 years of age have a jewellery collection worth 6,000 pounds.

How to dress for summer events

For a day at the races or other smart summer outings, choose outfits that are not only apt for the occasion, but also those that fit well with your personality.

Get that `beach body` for holiday easily

From trying out the right exercises to keeping a check on your diet - small lifestyle changes can help you attain confidence to flaunt a fabulous and fit body on the beach, says an expert.

Active pregnant women could give birth without medical intervention: Study

A new study has revealed that women who indulge in more activities during pregnancy are more likely to give normal birth.

New age collection by designer Pooja Sabharwal

Western dresses are swiftly changing Indian lifestyle. But people still prefer to don the traditional garb on a special occasion. Designer Pooja Sabharwal is giving a new look to the ethnic dress to appeal to the young generation

Learn from hunters how lifestyle affects gut bacteria

Gut bacteria have co-evolved with humans over millions of years and helped them adapt to new environments and foods. For the first time, an international team of researchers has deciphered the intestinal bacteria of present-day hunter-gatherers.

Justin Bieber accused of faking luxurious lifestyle

Justin Bieber who recently posted his pic with supercar Bugatti and captioned it, "first Bugatti" has been reportedly accused of faking his lifestyle after he claimed that he owns luxurious things that were not his.

45% feel their lifestyle has not improved in past 5 years: Zee News poll

Ahead of the General Elections, a large fraction of people feel that their lifestyle has deteriorated in the last five years.

Venus rebuilding career while struggling with `incurable` Sjogren`s syndrome

American tennis ace Venus Williams is reevaluating her lifestyle and career and everything else she had once taken for granted as she battles Sjogren`s syndrome, a debilitating autoimmune disease.

Career-oriented girls avoid sex risk: Study

Teenage girls and young women aged 14-19 who are focused on their careers are less likely to be sexually active, a study has indicated.

Fiama Di Wills joins hands with designers Pankaj-Nidhi

Designer duo Pankaj and Nidhi will present their collection at the Fiama Di Wills show during the five-day Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2014, starting March 26.

Beware! Lies by adults affect child`s honesty

It is time you stopped lying to your kids, even if it is just to get their cooperation as children who are lied to are more likely to cheat, a new research suggests.

`Normal` looking Barbie-like doll launched to promote healthy lifestyle

A normal looking doll, which is based on America`s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention `s measurements for an average 19-year-old, has been recently launched to promote healthy lifestyle among kids.

Spring/Summer 2014 Collection- ‘Urban Tales’

With the advent of spring, more and more collections are being launched for the upcoming season.

Your grandma`s poor diet could up your colon cancer risk

What grandmother ate might increase your risk of colon cancer, a new study suggests.

Ways to help reduce colorectal cancer risk revealed

Diet and lifestyle changes can help reduce your risk for colorectal cancer.

Reverse signs of ageing with healthy lifestyle

In an exclusive interview with Liji Varghese of Zee Media Group, S. Anusha, Senior Nutritionist, talks about how better understanding of one`s genetic make-up can help avoid premature ageing.

Lupita Nyong`o doesn`t want to depend on make-up for beauty

`12 Years A Slave` star Lupita Nyong`o says she feels beautiful the way she is and does not want to depend on make to feel beautiful.

Role of age in happiness revealed

Researchers are exploring the role of age on the happiness that people receive from both the ordinary and the extraordinary experiences in our lives.

78000 infants die of congenital heart disease in India every year: Doctors

According to a report by leading experts, it has been revealed that about 78,000 infants born with congenital heart disease in India die every year because of inadequate health care facilities.

I never wear a lot of make-up: Kristen Stewart

Twilight` star Kristen Stewart says even though she prefers the natural look in her everyday life, there would always be an eyeliner in her handbag.

Dietary supplement users more health conscious

Contrary to popular perception, those who regularly take dietary supplements are more health conscious and have better eating habits, says research.

An exhibition that showcases fashion, lifestyle

Leading Indian designers will put the best of their creativity on display at the Made in ...India: Samskara exhibition, which begins here Feb 11.

Cancer incidence likely to rise five-fold in India by 2025: Experts

With a million new cases being reported every year, cancer seems to be tightening its grip on India. Experts say the incidence of the killer disease is expected to rise five-fold by 2025.

Germany`s Puma ousts Nike as Arsenal kit supplier

Puma will become the kit supplier to English soccer club Arsenal from July 1, the German sportswear company said on Monday, in a deal worth more than 30 million pounds a year to the Premier League leaders.

Internet, a `double-edged sword` when it comes to youngsters

Internet forums are both good and bad for people, oxford researchers have concluded.

Sleep not enough for being well rested

Being fresh every day is something which is almost impossible to attain. Contrary to popular belief, being well rested has nothing to do with only sleeping more, there are many other ways to achieve this.