India's WASH policies unduly burden women; need to build sensitive ecosystem, communication for social change
Involving women in designing, planning, and implementing water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programmes helps decrease school dropout rates, improve literacy rates and health outcomes
Tackling menstruation sustainably: How India's battle to provide environment-friendly sanitary pads is far from won
Though the Suvidha Initiative, which Narendra Modi championed in his Independence Day Speech, helped improve access to affordable sanitary pads, the oxo-degradable pads do not meet environmental quality standards
Panasonic refrigerators offer a flat surface design with impressive straight lines and rounded corners for a refined look that adds to your kitchen's aesthetics.
Redevelopment plans for Dharavi are focused on high rises. COVID-19 crisis underlines critics' concerns about blinkered approach
In the post-COVID world, how much would design and structural modifications in places like Dharavi, contribute to bringing about substantial change in the living conditions of people living in overcrowded slums? Journalist and researcher Dipti Nagpaul explores.
Second wave of COVID-19: What we can learn from 1918 Spanish flu and why caution fatigue is biggest challenge
Many people in India are starting to join millions of people worldwide in wondering about a potential second wave of COVID-19
SARS-CoV-2 can stay active on surfaces for quite a while and touching your face or mask is a bad habit that can increase transmission risks.
Hospitality firm OYO on Tuesday said it is taking several measures to minimise the impact of COVID-19, and innovating to meet new standards of good quality hospitality experience at its hotels
Here are some things you can consciously do to make this transition easier for yourself and for those who’re entering your homes.
Bus, train passengers optimistic of resuming travel in next three months; priority shifts to safety, hygiene: Survey
Professional or work-related travel takes top priority followed by social travel as opposed to planned holidays. A whopping 71 percent participants indicated a drop in their planned holidays this year.
Online car sales may gain traction post-COVID-19 due to fears of infection; auto retail needs to become virtual: EY
Indian OEMs and car aggregators can take a cue from global players and gradually develop their capabilities to support this transformation
Coronavirus Outbreak: Quikr launches stillopen.in to help people find out essential utilities in nearby areas
Quikr is ensuring this through stillopen.in by helping people find stores open nearby.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Follow these steps to maintain hygiene while handling fruits, vegetables at market and home
Amid coronavirus outbreak, practising the right protocols to safely handle fruits and vegetables at the market and home is of optimum importance
University of Mauritius researchers collected 100 tea towels and cultured the bacteria from them to identify the types and load of bacteria.
Union Budget 2019: Social sector experts urge Nirmala Sitharaman to spend more on education, hygiene, woman safety
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman should focus on education, hygiene, woman safety, nutrition of infants in the forthcoming budget, suggested social sector experts in their pre-budget meeting
While people in urban cities are more open to talking about it, the veil is still very much present in rural India.
Cats transmit diseases to caretakers & while you may not mind, some are potentially lethal, study finds.
Amway India to tap tier II,III markets under personal care business as segment sees double-digit growth in last 5 years
With the Amway direct sellers base, the company is aiming for a deeper product penetration especially in tier II and III cities, Shah said.
Zomato delists 5,000 restaurants in February for failing to meet hygiene standards; joins hands with FSSAI for audits
Zomato, along with the FSSAI, is conducting audit of all restaurants listed on the platform, across 150 cities in the country, where it has presence.
Even today, many lives are lost to vaccine preventable diseases. That's why asking your paediatrician about these diseases is very important! Esha Bhatia shares her journey of understanding vaccines to protect her baby…