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Watch: On International Yoga Day 2017, a tutorial on a 15-minute yoga practice
Yogacara founder and author of Just Breathe, Radhika Vachani demonstrated just how you can work in an effective 15-minute-long session of yoga into your daily routine.
Watch: Asanas that help you start and end your day right - International Yoga Day 2017 special
The Yoga House's Lamya Arsiwala demonstrates a few simple asanas to start, and end, your day on the right note
History buffs, this multimedia board game lets you hunt for a Georgian queen's relics in Goa
Gayatri Kodikal has devised a morbidly enthralling multimedia board game which gives players a chance to uncover the history behind the remains of the Queen Ketevan of Georgia.
Watch: Driverless pod taxis coming soon to India, with fares no costlier than a metro ticket
Six states in India are in talks to build personal rapid transport systems to operate futuristic driverless pod taxis. These autonomous vehicles could change the face of public transport.
WATCH: Uttar Pradesh is India's top gun when it comes to possession of illegal firearms
Lock, stock and firearm seizures. Uttar Pradesh is India's top gun when it comes to possession of ammunition
Wonder what it feels to be in jail? Telangana jail offers tourists criminal detention experience
A 220-year-old jail in Telangana is offering people the criminal detention experience at the price of Rs 500! Would you spend a day at this jail?
Watch: Everything you need to know about the latest Brexit developments
Don't think you know enough about the EU referendum? We have you covered!
World Environment Day Special: Smart ways to save on electricity consumption
5 June is observed as the World Environment Day. One easy way to take care of our environment is to reduce our power consumption.
Firstpost Playlist: Your music fix for this weekend
From Indie music to Japanese hip and hop and Atif Aslam, listen to mixed bag of songs from our Firstpost playlist to make you groove throughout the weekend
Discrimination even in death? Gujarat govt funds separate crematoriums for Dalits in villages
As the country debates discrimination against Dalits, the Gujarat government is gleefully funding separate crematoriums for the lower-castes in in PM Narendra Modi’s home-state
Watch: Steve Jobs movie opens to rave reviews in New York, Los Angeles
"Steve Jobs," which opened Friday in New York and Los Angeles is the latest movie to examine a charismatic visionary who mesmerized the masses with his trendsetting gadgets while alienating his subordinates and friends with an almost-inhumane cruel streak.
Budget 2014: Ramesh Damani says markets will rally until elections
P Chidambaram's interim budget lived up to predictions that it would be a non-event for markets, with the BSE's Ramesh Damani saying the numbers are nothing to scare the market, especially since there were no new populist schemes announced.
Budget 2014: Rangarajan says achieving 4.1% fiscal deficit tall order
Finance Minister P Chidambaram seems to have hit the right notes with his 2014 Interim Budget, pegging the fiscal deficit for 2013-14 at 4.6 percent of the GDP, well below the red line of 4.8 percent. The year's current account deficit will be contained at $45 billion.
Wall Street slides on emerging market jitters; Fed in focus
US stocks fell on Wednesday, along with markets around the world, on concerns that bold efforts by Turkey and South Africa to stabilize their currencies may not be enough to staunch a cycle of selling in emerging markets.
AAP government in Delhi will deliver on its promises on time: Kejriwal
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal has spoken out and said that the AAP government in Delhi will fulfill its responsibilities and provide for the basic needs of the city's populace.