Men across India who take these photos surreptitiously, everything about a woman is a cause of sexual titillation and that nothing you wear (or don’t wear) can make you any less of a target.
It is common knowledge that Lord Krishna, as a child, was known for his love of milk and butter. This would certainly dilute a proprietary claim projected by any person in relation to word 'Krishna' with dairy products.
Exotic getaways, some of which won't break your budget.
To signal that their baby girls are unwelcome, 222 parents appear to have registered their names as Nakoshi or Nakusa, which means unwanted in Marathi.
Vijay Mallya's penthouse sits on one-acre, which is supported by the three blocks 32 storeys high. The penthouse, split in two levels, will have a built-up area of around 40,000 sq ft.
Why would someone build what is widely considered the world’s most expensive private residence and then use it as a pied-à-terre?
“Lips of Babel” shows close-up video portraits of models delivering tongue twisters in their native tongues.
Caterpillar fungus sells for $50,000 a pound. But it's better known throughout Asia by the Tibetan term, yartsa gunbu, which means "summer grass, winter worm."
In Siyani, a small rural town of just 8,000 people (tiny by Indian standards), the social effect of such a low ratio of women meant that men were having a tough time finding brides.
A car model of a Lamborghini made of gold and studded with diamonds costs more than the original and is expected to fetch a whopping 3 million pounds when it is auctioned.
A fiery dish cooked with variants of the Indian Naga Jolokia chilli, the hottest chilli in the world , landed two women in hospital.
There are places in India, like Murshidabad, where rape is grounds for marriage.
The prestigious Nobel science awards are worth far more than the $1.5 million prize money: they can pad a company's coffers with $24 million and even add two years to a laureate's life, experts say.
Drivers in New Delhi and Bangalore do the most shouting over parking spots, while drivers in Montreal and Singapore are a bit more mild-mannered.
Fuelled by bits of paper, wood and coal, the car takes 45 minutes to build up steam to drive, reaching a top speed of 61 km per hour.
Many criminologists have assumed that marriage helps reduce crime because married people feel they have more to lose by committing crime.
"Sex removes the fat content that sticks on to the body and wipes out all the toxins."
The illustrated globe trotters guide to offending around the world.
Deconstructing Malini Murmu, who committed suicide after being dumped by her boyfriend on Facebook, from her Facebook and Twitter accounts.
"It has driven 10,200 kilometres and only got one flat tyre."
“If it is true, then we truly haven’t understood anything about anything.... It looks too big to be true. The correct attitude is to ask oneself what went wrong.”
The poverty and filth of Mumbai's sprawling shanty towns, made famous in film Slumdog Millionaire, are being replaced with fully furnished homes kitted out with every modern appliance.
"I am at my wits' end. I feel like committing suicide. I will seek a compensation of at least Rs.50 lakh from the TV channel and the host for this harassment and constant mental agony."
Counterintelligence equipment, including a hidden camera, was used to bug the bathroom of its security and counter-intelligence director in NTRO headquarters in Delhi.
"I started this as a social service after I was stuck here for 40 minutes a few years back and was shocked that no one cared to manage it for a while. And then I thought something should be done about it and here I am."
The most expensive cheapest car in the world is set with 200 lbs of gold and 10,000 gems and precious stones.
Shrine Basilica of Our Lady of Dolours near here - billed as the tallest church in Asia at 260 ft - has decided to donate 125 sovereigns of gold to marry off 25 underprivileged women from different communities.
"When I first came, I found it strange that I was learning all this from an African American woman. It was a novelty. I loved it."
For a quarter of a century, Ashok Kumar Sharma has been making a living by foretelling the fortune of people. But now hospitalised with quake injury, he admits he had no inkling of what lay in store for him
“That bearded man in robes who is a poet apparently of some repute.”
One has a website and the other holds a Guinness record for his bell collection.
In the drawing by William Hodges who travelled through India in the 1780s executing drawings on the spot, the Taj appears in the background of a view of the Fort of Agra suggesting that Hodges was more interested in the military installation than the Taj.
Here’s a news flash: there’s no point scrambling to get off that plane when your baggage won’t arrive for another half hour.
"Animals can trump anything that humans do – their courtship behaviour is hugely varied and in some cases quite extreme."
"In New York, they believe you have to be obvious, while Parisian women are thought of as being easy if they look at a man they like, so they show interest by averting their eyes. In Stockholm, it is more like they are blinking than making eye contact."
His books are mistaken for those of his famous namesake, and he has often faced charges of being an imposter. It is harrowing to constantly defend one’s name.
Where they were once found in abundance in the bustling side streets of Panaji, the traditional hair-cutting salons are now becoming as thin on the ground as hairs on the head of a balding man.
An average British man spends as much as 18 minutes making himself look presentable in the morning, a research has found.
Celebrity White House gate crasher turned reality-TV star Michaele Salahi has left her husband to be with another man.