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World Heart Day 2019: Cardiovascular Disease Is The World's Biggest Killer And Claims More Than 17.5 Million Lives

Sep 28, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

On the eve of World Heart Day, Outlook talks about ways to take care of our heart

Tricolour Dishes You Should Try This Independence Day

Aug 14, 2019 Lachmi Deb Roy

Let’s soak in the spirit of celebration with some delicious tricolour recipes


We Still Retain A Strong Textile Handwriting That Is Indian, Says Deasigner Ritu Kumar

Aug 13, 2019 Lachmi Deb Roy

Designer Ritu Kumar talks on the role played by the fashion industry in the revival of Indian weaves few days prior to Independence Day


World Hepatitis Day 2019: Hepatitis Has Become One Of The Pressing Public Health Concerns In India

Hepatitis Day 2019: Hepatitis is referred to an inflammatory condition of the liver. Read here to know more about the disease

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18 July, 2019

FaceApp Now Has The Access To More Than 150 Million People's Faces And Names

Outlook Web Bureau

AI-based FaceApp takes internet by storm, but will the data collected be stored securely?


16 July, 2019

#SareeTwitter: Women Share Graceful Pictures Draped In Nine Yards

Outlook Web Bureau

#SareeTwitter has been one of the top trends since Monday, Outlook too talks about different ways to drape a saree


15 July, 2019

Anxiety May Lead To Suicidal Thoughts In Kids

Outlook Web Bureau

A Spanish research team found that depression, anxiety, and OCD can induce suicidal tendencies in kids


15 July, 2019

Different Fruit Teas To Enjoy This Monsoon

Outlook Web Bureau

From strawberries to cranberries there are many delicious fruit blend tea to choose from and make your monsoon memorable


13 July, 2019

Six Next Gen Designers To Debut At Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019

Lachmi Deb Roy

Outlook catches up with the six Gen Next designers on a wet monsoon morning as they gear up for the Lakmé Fashion Week


09 May, 2019

Name Does Matter In These Haryana Villages

Outlook Web Bureau

Residents of villages such as Kutia Kheri and Lula Ahir in Haryana want these 'embarrassing' names changed and have made several pleas to the government


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01 May, 2019

Video Of Woman Saying Girls Wearing 'Short Dresses' Should Be Raped Goes Viral

Outlook Web Bureau

A group of young women confronted a middle-aged woman at a mall in Gurgaon after she allegedly asked men at a restaurant to rape them for wearing short dresses.


23 April, 2019

7 Out Of 10 Women Cheat On Spouses In India, Claims Survey

Outlook Web Bureau

Nearly 77 per cent of Indian women who chose to cheat on their husbands reasoned that their marriage had become monotonous and finding a partner outside marriage allowed them to add excitement to their lives.


23 April, 2019

Customised Perfumes Gaining Popularity

Outlook Web Bureau

Customised perfumes have become the latest hit in Ind


04 April, 2019

6-Year-Old Boy From Mizoram Runs Over Chicken Accidentally, Rushes It To Hospital With All His 'Savings'

Satata Karmakar

The photo of the boy from Sairang, Mizoram was shared on Facebook by a user named Sanga Says along with the caption explaining the incident.


26 March, 2019

Christian Louboutin Reinvents Peshawari Chappals As 'Imran Sandals'

Outlook Web Bureau

Traditional Pakistani footwear is getting some recognition after famous French designer Christian Louboutin, in a rather unusual promotion, announced the creation of Peshawari sandals and renamed ‘Imran sandals’.


23 March, 2019

World Tuberculosis Day: Tuberculosis Is Treatable And Preventable, Say Experts

Lachmi Deb Roy

On the eve of World Tuberculosis Day experts say that tuberculosis is treatable and preventable and needs education and awareness among the masses to ensure timely screening to detect it.


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14 March, 2019

World Kidney Day: The Chronic Burden Of Kidney Disorders In India

Lachmi Deb Roy

On World Kidney Day we talk about the increasing incidence of Chronic Kidney Disease and ways to deal with it.


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Indian bowler Ravindra Jadeja celebrates the dismissal of New Zealand batsman New Zealand batsman Rachin Ravindra with teammates during third day of the first Test cricket match between India and New Zealand, at Green...

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New Zealand batsman Kyle Jamieson plays a shot during third day of the first Test cricket match between India and New Zealand, at Green Park stadium in Kanpur.

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Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge and other dignitaries in a group photograph during an event to pay tribute to late former speaker of Lok Sabha G.V. Mavalankar on the occasion of his...

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Mahila Congress workers stage a protest against Madhya Pradesh Minister for Food and Civil supplies Bisahulal Singh against his alleged remarks on upper caste women, in Bhopal.

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Union Power Minister R K Singh inaugurates the Power Unit of NTPC Barauni and Barh, in Barauni.

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