Colourful Holi celebrations are on the cards and so are yummy treats to look forward to. Just like any other festival, Holi too has its share of special delicacies that are whipped up in many Indian homes and enjoyed by one and
Oats chaat - a chaat that is so healthy yet unbelievably delicious! When hunger pangs strike, this is quick to assemble - oats, vegetables, curd and chana and tangy chutneys. Good health and great taste! Great for serving
Orange segments added to milk flavoured with cardamom and saffron to form a delicious kheer. This orange kheer recipe is a healthy version as we have substituted rice with orange and sugar with sugar substitute to make it
Ever thought of rubbing Lead oxide or Aluminium bromide on your face, hands and legs? Sounds scary, doesn’t it? You better be prepared for those chemicals in your face and hair this Holi.
Holi colours are prepared from
Hair salons claim that they have maximum customers after Holi as women rush in to repair their damaged locks. Evaluating the damage done to your hair and skin during Holi, scientists opine that much more care has to be taken of
It’s that time of the year again, where colours will do the talking. With Holi just around the corner the excitement amongst children is palpable. Right from buying the latest type of pichkari in the market, to planning
Holi is here! The festival of colours brings with it many skin and hair problems due to the rampant use of chemical colours these days. While it is good to enjoy the festivities, it is also essential to protect your skin from
The festival of colours is round the corner. Holi will be celebrated on March 27 this year. It is the time to smear others with vibrant colours and get smeared too. But beware. Toxic chemicals in colours could cause skin or eye
A 13-year-old boy died and 235 people, mostly children, continued to be in hospital Friday after they mistook a chemical dye to be Holi colour, officials here said.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan, who ordered a
We reported about the Dharavi incident yesterday.In another incident in Ghatkopar (Mumbai), 12 patients including two children were admitted with symptoms similar to the patients in the Dharavi incident which included
The festival of colours is here. Along with fond memories of Gulal, rain dancing, pichkaris and bhang, if you have repeated nightmares of skin and eye allergies or other serious problems due to the colours, this article’s for