Photosynthesis- Earth's Life Support System

According to the geological history, photosynthesis is thought have occurred roughly 3.5 billion years ago.

Dead Zone

Death of fisheries due to uncontrolled algal growth leads to 'dead zones'. U.S. waters have the largest dead zones off the Mississippi delta.

Gingko: a not-so-safe herbal medicine for Epilepsy

Scientific evidences show that G. biloba may increase the risk of seizures in people with epilepsy.

The Science behind weight loss

You can add 20-plus great years to your life by making simple lifestyle changes.

Dealing with public toddler tantrumms

Tips which will help you lower down the frequency of such mortifying episodes.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Do’s and Don’ts for Round The World Travel by IndiaKeTravelCouple!

Chandni and Kiran belong to the set of passionate people who are willing to trade a comfortable life with one that accords them the liberty to follow their hearts. Putting at stake their successful IT careers in Toronto, Kiran took the bold decision to travel – so he could chase his childhood dream of bag-packing around the world, while age and health allowed for it. Fortunately, his spouse was more than a willing partner in this endeavour.

India ke travel Couple Cover

Read the full interview here, published on URBANdesis magazine.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Drive Away – Tips & Option For Car Hire In Singapore!

Singapore, one of the most affluent and fast growing countries, also has the highest cost of living. One of the things this is evident in, is the unaffordability of private cars; accentuated by highly inflated prices, thanks to government imposed congestion tax (i.e. COE). Fortunately, Singapore’s public transport is amongst the best in the world, effectively connecting all parts of the island and operating with clockwork precision and efficiency – it more than compensates for the above.
Car Hire Cover

To know your options, read my article on Drive Away – Tips & Option For Car Hire In Singapore!, published on URBANdesis magazine.

Sunday, May 8, 2016

10 Interesting Courses In Singapore That Will Keep Boredom at Bay!

Life is fun when you are open to trying new things. So Urbandesis, give yourselves a little push and break free from the daily grind. Whether you are a stay-at-home mum in Singapore or a workaholic entrepreneur, reward yourself with a few hours off from your busy schedule, and let loose.


Interesting courses in Singapore cover
Published on URBANdesis magazine, in this article - 10 Interesting Courses In Singapore That Will Keep Boredom at Bay! , we list 10 cool sassy courses that will jiggle you, entertain you and bring in you a new spark – and who knows, you may even find your inner calling.

Monday, February 22, 2016

Disposal of Old Furniture in Singapore – How and Where?

Bored of your home d├ęcor and want to redecorate but being held back simply because you don’t know what to do with all that old furniture? Or loved that beautiful recliner on display in the showroom, but clueless about how to get rid of the old sofa at home? Fret no more! Urbandesis will help you decide on the best way to say goodbye to your old furniture – from within the comfort of your house.
Here's my new article - Disposal of Old Furniture in Singapore – How and Where?, published in URBANdesis magazine.

Friday, February 12, 2016

Beyond Rhythm & Blues…

Ten years is a long time to know someone, especially if that person is your spouse whom you dearly love. Ten years is however, a short time to change ourselves for anyone, especially after we are already adults. What is paradoxical is that the only thing that can catalyse a meaningful change is our sincere commitment to make a relationship work – even if true love tends to accept us as we are, rather than expect us to adapt.


 Check out my recent article under Your Story- Beyond Rhythm & Blues…, published on URBANdesis magazine!