The cycle of violence against women continues, despite our best efforts.
Two more women have been found dead, hanging from trees in Uttar Pradesh, India.
The United Nations Human Rights Office recently launched a campaign to promote equality and acceptance around the globe, and this video, titled The Welcome, is going a long way to spread the word.
Something special happened in the Purulia district of West Bengal, India, where the struggle between elephants and humans has escalate over the last several years.
Tanishq, a jewelry company, created a touching, must-watch commercial called "A Wedding To Remember" that crosses the hard, strict social guidelines that have dominated women's lives in India (and beyond) regarding how their relationships affect their status.
When England's King Henry VII officially declared February 14th the holiday of St. Valentine's Day in 1537, I bet he did not think it would be celebrated in so many countries around the world. Find out how this day is celebrated in Asia. In Korea - If you do not receive any gift on Valentine's day then all the singles go to Korean restaurants and eat black noodles to mourn their single status.
It's long been said that hiring a person (or people) to cook, clean, nanny/teach a kid to read, pay household bills, shop and have sex would cost a pretty penny. And seemingly, only super villains and Brangelinas have the kind of foresight and cash to hire those several people. However, dear friends, a house spouse (let us not give husbands who work from the home short thrift) does all of these jobs and is NOT on anyone's payroll.
Sherlyn Chopra, a Bollywood film actor, will become the first woman from India to strip naked in "Playboy." The 28-year-old knockout wrote to the magazine and suggested the idea herself, the BBC reported. They got back to her within a few days to accept.
One man's invasive fungus is another man's sexy time medicine. A rare fungus that kills caterpillars and then grows in their bodies is being used in some countries as a cash crop, a performance enhancing drug — and even an aphrodisiac, according to BBC.
A North-Indian festival, Karva Chauth is where thousands of married Hindu women fast all day in hopes of increasing their husband's life span. According to a blog published on the festival in the Wall Street Journal, wives dress up in colorful clothes with matching bangles and jewelry, sport henna on their hands," and fast until they see their husband in the flesh or photo form.
It seems that India holds a special place in the hearts of lovebirds Katy Perry and Russell Brand. Not only did the British comedian pop the question to his singer fiancée in India, but the two will get married there later this year as well, revealed their close friend and Katy's BFF, Rihanna.
Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik has a hurdle before he can marry Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza: the law. Shoaib Malik claims a previous marriage never happened, but his alleged wife claims otherwise. So, hash must be settled before the new couple can be married.
In honor of the 140th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's birth, we've culled together 4 ways to practice, in your love life, what he preached throughout his life. As Indians take a national holiday to celebrate the anniversary of the politician and spiritual leader's birth, we examine several quotes for which he's best known. Turns out, they serve as good relationship advice, too.
New York Times bestselling author of Honeymoon With My Brother shares love lessons from around the world. After being left at the altar, Franz Wisner decided to go on his honeymoon—with his brother. The journey didn't stop there. The pair traveled to seven more countries, along the way learning about love and relationships around the world. Wisner's voyage led him to not only recover from his breakup, but to find a new love. Watch to learn more about his story.
This year to mark World Population Day, the Indian Minister of Health and Welfare, Ghulam Nabi Azad, made an interesting comment regarding population control in the subcontinent. To paraphrase, he thought that if they could get electricity to the villages that locals may be too tired to baby-make thus reducing overcrowding. Not everyone thought it was brilliant.