Why Food Experts Are Warning Not to Burn Your Toast   l

any people know the feeling of that combination of early morning calamities: You can’t find your shoes, your coffee turned out bitter. Thank goodness your toast came out right—brown and crispy, just like you like it. But you might want to think twice before taking a bite: As the BBC reports, British food scientists just declared that browned toast might be bad for your health. source:- smithsonianmag.com

Gap Adds a Virtual Showroom for Wedding Parties

Gap Inc. has added a social shopping platform for wedding parties, Weddington Way, to the company. This comes after last November’s news that J. Crew is killing its entire bridal line, signaling that Gap may try to enter the bridal space, such as Anthropologie currently does. Terms of the transaction are not being disclosed, and the deal does not have a material impact for the company, according to Gap. source:risnews.edgl.com


Will pink, which littered the runways in September, really make it into stores? Will we all be adopting the utility trend for 2017? These are just a few of the big fashion questions we’re asking as we head into 2017. To help you get ahead, we picked the brains of fashion’s movers and shakers- the people who know what we’ll be wearing next before we do- to get a head

Beuty trends in 2017

What’s hot and what’s not in 2017? Health and Beauty Editor Nadine Baggott gives us all the trends from magnet masks to jelly nails. Read the full report in HELLO! out now. Out with the old in with the new; the New Year is a great excuse to follow some new beauty rules and to say goodbye to some very 2016 trends.   Source:- hellomagazine

retails loan

ET Intelligence Group: The much-awaited rate cuts by SBI and some other public sector banks are set to increase competition in the retail loan segment. These rate cuts will give another boost to retail credit that is driving the loan book growth of the industry. Source:- economictimes

best 10 beauty

As if to welcome the fall equinox, this week’s best beauty Instagrams offered a heavy dose of the glamour that we tend to crave with the changing season. Case in point: Adele. The songstress traded her recent no-makeup makeup selfies for a return to the cat-eye, power brow, and contour that define her onstage persona, posing mid-application as her beauty squad finished off her Boston concert look.\ Source:- vogue.com

Reliance Jio too big

The launch of Reliance Jio is likely to transform the Indian telecom sector, but at the same time, put pressure on multiple fronts on the current telecom operators such as Bharti AirtelBSE 2.66 %, Idea and Reliance CommunicationsBSE 0.10 %. Telecom is a capital-intensive industry and with heavy debt on balance sheets of most telecom operators, freebies will be hard to come by. Reliance Jio plans to win customers by

If technology makes humans

Writing in the fourth century, the theologian Athanasius explained the incarnation thus: “He became human so that we might become divine.” In other words, God’s purpose is to make us like him, to shape us into mini gods. Called divinisation, and still popular with the Orthodox church and also with Mormons, this theology was not the direction the mainstream western church would take. It offended too much against monotheism, the

street fashion

Just one glimpse at the beauty street style looks at Stockholm Fashion Week has us visualizing our fashion month makeovers—with that type of practiced, laid-back nonchalance perfected by the Swedes, of course. Outside the Spring 2017 shows, texture owned the sidewalks, with easy rumpled waves, relaxed ponytails, and come-as-you-are curls. The honey-blonde hue that turned heads in Copenhagen sprinkled the streets, Source:_ vogue.