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  • 5 FAQs About Pepper Spray Answered

    iDiva.com - Sun 1 Sep, 2013 6:00 AM IST

    If you have been planning to buy a pepper spray, then it is high time you invested in this safety product. With an alarming rise in crimes against women, one cannot ignore the fact that it is almost mandatory to carry a pepper spray when you are on the go. But, how do you go about buying it? Read on to find out more about this must-have women's product for personal safety. Make some space for it in your handbag, today! More »5 FAQs About Pepper Spray Answered

  • Smart Ways to Handle a Difficult Boss

    iDiva.com - Fri 30 Aug, 2013 1:00 AM IST

    Maybe your Monday morning blues have nothing to do with work and a lot to do with the person you are reporting to. All of us would like a boss who offers us the respect, support and credit we deserve. Find out where your difficult boss stands and how you can win her over to your side. We analyse the different behaviour patterns of difficult bosses. More »Smart Ways to Handle a Difficult Boss

  • Accessories That Bend The Rules

    GQIndia - Wed 28 Aug, 2013 4:47 PM IST

    A bunch of intriguing mobile accessories: with a twist in the tale. More »Accessories That Bend The Rules

  • How to Bring Authenticity to the Workplace

    iDiva.com - Tue 27 Aug, 2013 2:09 PM IST

    How do we exude our authentic self at work and yet not be too authentic? Is there such a thing? Authenticity accurately reflects aspects of the leader's inner self, so it can't be an act. But great leaders seem to know which personality traits they should reveal to whom and when. Find out how to bring this kind of authenticity to your workplace. More »How to Bring Authenticity to the Workplace

  • How to Adapt: Balance or Merge?

    iDiva.com - Wed 21 Aug, 2013 10:45 AM IST

    Once we have accepted the realities that accompany being a working woman - the positives and negatives both, and started becoming comfortable in our own skin, we need to move on to the next step. And that is of learning to adapt our circumstances to work for us rather than against us. Learning to see and understand the changes that are happening around, and about us; and making the necessary course correction.It is said that adaptability is the highest form of intelligence and clearly as the more intelligent of the human species, we women know all about being adaptable! More »How to Adapt: Balance or Merge?

  • 6 Steps to Be Organised and Balanced

    iDiva.com - Tue 20 Aug, 2013 12:35 PM IST

    When I think about balance, it isn't just work-life balance that comes to my mind, but also an internal balance just like equilibrium. Biologically speaking, balance and equilibrium is what helps us to stay upright and know where we are in relation to gravity. This balance system is what enables us to walk and run without tripping over. More »6 Steps to Be Organised and Balanced

  • A Single Girl's Guide to Buying or Renting a House

    iDiva.com - Sun 18 Aug, 2013 5:33 AM IST

    In recent years, we have heard of incidents where single women found it difficult to rent or buy their own house in Mumbai. The reasons for this are wide-ranging ⓠwhile some building societies have been openly hostile, putting up circulars restricting the sale or renting out of homes in their premises by single women, others have been more covert. In fact, some building societies often come up with their rules to stop the sale or rent of flats to single women, especially women from â'shady backgrounds'. But there are ways to circumvent these rules and get a house. More »A Single Girl's Guide to Buying or Renting a House

  • Reach Your Healthy weight: Lose Together Gain Together

    Prevention - Thu 1 Aug, 2013 2:47 PM IST

    When fitness and healthy living become a family mission, the pay-offs are bigger and better. Read the inspiring stories of people who have proved just that. More »Reach Your Healthy weight: Lose Together Gain Together

  • Mind Spa: Neuro feedback

    Prevention - Thu 1 Aug, 2013 2:25 PM IST

    A New Way to Fight Stress Learn about a non-invasive therapy to train the brain. More »Mind Spa: Neuro feedback

  • Head Coach

    Prevention - Thu 1 Aug, 2013 2:21 PM IST

    Leaning on the Other You may tend to seek support in another man when you're emotionally vulnerable. Protect yourself from getting hurt and find your joy. More »Head Coach

  • Mother Board

    Prevention - Thu 1 Aug, 2013 2:11 PM IST

    Seeing the Silver Lining More »Mother Board

  • The Six Best Cricket Grounds In The World

    GQIndia - Tue 30 Jul, 2013 11:39 AM IST

    Lord’s Cricket Ground: The power centre may have shifted to India but the home of cricket still remains where it all began, in London. Lord’s is steeped in history and is home to the world’s oldest sports museum. The modern media centre and newer stands with state-of-the art facilities rub shoulders with the classic pavilion and all add up to Lord’s unique character and picture perfect allure. ... More »The Six Best Cricket Grounds In The World

  • Gift her a Royce'

    GQIndia - Fri 26 Jul, 2013 12:54 PM IST

    ...box of chocolates. What were you thinking? More »Gift her a Royce'

  • Monsoon Grooming Essentials

    GQIndia - Fri 19 Jul, 2013 10:50 AM IST

    Be a man: You have your own man bag, then why do you still dig into your girlfriend’s handbag if you suddenly need a face wash? Fiama de Wills has refreshed its men’s line just in time for the monsoon and the handy Moisture guard Instant Foam Face wash (Rs 99 / 45 ml) will slip into the slimmest satchels. Enhanced with triple conditioners this face wash combats roughness and leaves your skin hydrated. The scorching summer heat maybe subsiding but you still need to have a game plan for body odour. ... More »Monsoon Grooming Essentials

  • Five power cards you need when travelling

    GQIndia - Thu 18 Jul, 2013 11:58 AM IST

    Taj Inner Circle Gold While earning points and getting upgrades at any of the Taj properties is great, the real advantage of this card is the substantial discount you can get on chartered jets from Taj Charters. Fly to your next conference in style. More »Five power cards you need when travelling

  • Review: Logitech UE Boombox

    GQIndia - Wed 17 Jul, 2013 4:16 PM IST

    Got yourself a swanky new pair of headphones? That’ll do if you want to soak into your own music, but you’ll need other artillery if you’re looking to belt your tunes out to a bigger group. Since most of us anyway store our music on our smartphones or tablets these days, there’s one definitive way forward – Bluetooth speakers. Think backyard parties, poolside romps, fun picnics, and when you’ve had your fill, just something to punch out tunes in the privacy of your own bedroom (or someone else’s) – the possibilities are limitless. We put the new Logitech UE Boombox under the scanner here. ... More »Review: Logitech UE Boombox

  • Help your kid in making choices

    Prevention - Fri 12 Jul, 2013 3:56 AM IST

    Imagine that your 12-year old wants to buy a new pair of headphones. More »Help your kid in making choices

  • The World’s Best Airport Dining

    GQIndia - Mon 1 Jul, 2013 12:30 PM IST

    You don’t have to be at the mercy of in-flight meals if you’re taking off from one of these airports.     More »The World’s Best Airport Dining

  • Sky catchers

    GQIndia - Tue 25 Jun, 2013 2:14 PM IST

    Science says that at 18,000 feet the time of useful consciousness is 20 to 30 minutes. Essentially, prolonged exposure to this altitude will cause severe headaches, fatigue and extreme hypoxia. Or, as it is commonly known, turning blue and dying. And yet the army, our army, has managed to get past that hurdle and defend our borders in even higher territory. To do that, they’ve built roads that are even higher than the tallest Alps. And this effectively puts these destinations on top of our list of must-do motorcycle trips.    But it’s dangerous, no? Er… that’s really the point. ... More »Sky catchers

  • Rapid reader

    GQIndia - Wed 19 Jun, 2013 11:56 AM IST

    The world of motorsports is fraught with bitter rivalries and spectacular wins. Relive all of the glory in these five fantastic reads: More »Rapid reader

  • Pulse (Spa and Memoir)

    Prevention - Tue 18 Jun, 2013 4:18 AM IST


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  • GQ's Father's Day Gift Guide

    GQIndia - Fri 14 Jun, 2013 11:43 AM IST

    From the decadent to the sensible, put a smile on your old man this Father's Day. More »GQ's Father's Day Gift Guide

  • Test Drive: Ford EcoSport

    GQIndia - Thu 13 Jun, 2013 10:54 AM IST

    Like a wise man once said, when Goa beckons, only fools say no. Okay, we just made that up, but the land of sun and sand made the perfect venue for us to get behind the wheel of the all-new Ford EcoSport. Curvy roads that could put Kim Kardashian to shame, lush greenery, the smell of the sea, and the chance to try out an edgy new set of wheels... yeah, just another day of toil at GQ. Jealous already?   Staying true to the concept, the production EcoSport is a surprise package from the get-go, not least due to what sits under the hood. ... More »Test Drive: Ford EcoSport

  • The Die Is Cast

    GQIndia - Wed 12 Jun, 2013 11:54 AM IST

    British-Pakistani actor Riz Ahmed, who plays protagonist Changez in Mira Nair's The Releuctant Fundamentalist has been on our radar since he played an inept jihadi in 2010’s dark comedy Four Lions. But his engagement with terrorism began with his 2006 song “Post 9/11 Blues” (key lyric: “Everybody do the post 9/11 dance / Look scared and shake ya arse while the bombs go blast”). Judging from his short – but rapidly growing – filmography, it might seem that a powerful force is controlling Ahmed’s future. He has another theory. ... More »The Die Is Cast

  • The First Big Trip

    GQIndia - Thu 6 Jun, 2013 11:09 AM IST

    As a rite of passage into adulthood, nothing beats travelling alone, says Iain Ball More »The First Big Trip

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