Drug sales reveal our lifestyle woes
Indians spent over Rs 1,36,000 cr on medicines in last one year ending September 2019. People spent over Rs 17,000 cr on cardiac drugs, around Rs 15,400 cr for gastro-intestinal disorders and over Rs 13,360 crore on anti-diabetes medicines .
Diabetics at higher risk of dying from Covid-19, experts recommend regular monitoring of blood glucose
At present, more than 77 million peopl...
How can millennials combat lifestyle inflation?
Millennials, who form a 47 percent share in the working-age population, are most vulnerable to this kind of inflation as they believe in instant gratification. Read on to know how you can combat this silent wealth diminisher, i.e., lifestyle inflation.
How the lockdown has changed the way people window-shop, love, work, smoke and play
The lockdown has brought a lot of cheer to the world of gamers.
Reopening of stores symbolic; soon firms will find it difficult to meet fin obligations: Spykar
The company, which has reopened around 25 franchise owned and operated stores by the weekend following government relaxation of guidelines for the third phase of lockdown, said it has so decided not to reopen any company-owned and franchise-operated stores till May 17.
Masks to help fashion brands beat pandemic blues
Several apparel makers and fast-moving consumer goods companies had earlier stepped up to produce medical-grade masks as a philanthropic act when Covid-19 struck but now it is apparent that the pandemic is set to alter lifestyles for at least some time to come.
Animal Planet's new documentary will explore effects of coronavirus on animals
'The Zoo: COVID-19 And Animals' will premiere on Sunday.
‘Alcoholics Synonymous’ - Awaiting liberation?
There will be severe economic restrictions, which will affect our behaviour and spending pattern.
RBI rejects Future Lifestyle plan to raise stake in Koovs
Future Lifestyle had agreed to buy a nearly 30% stake in the London-listed Koovs in July last year. In a notice to the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday, Koovs said it entered into administration after the Indian company was unable to deliver on a promised 6.5 million pound investment in to the business resulting in unsustainable cashflow pressures.
Connecting with friends, pursuing writing: Centuary Mattresses ED's cheat sheet to staying productive in the lockdown
Uttam Malani is hoping to pursue writing even after the lockdown ends.
Young working professionals to cut down expenses as post-Covid world brings uncertainty, job loss
Categories like essentials, at-home entertainment, health and insurance continue to show greater resiliency.
Glued to your office chair? Sitting for over nine hours a day can kill you early
WHO guidelines recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity each week.
A lot still happening over coffee: How VG Siddhartha's Café Coffee Day transformed the simple brew into a lifestyle
Coffee at a CCD outlet became an excuse for a business meeting, a date or just to hang out.
Gautam Singhania on why Raymond brand will remain with new lifestyle firm
Brand ownership for all other businesses to remain with Raymond Ltd, says Singhania