Grumpy Cat, the internet's beloved feline, catches a mouse. (Photo courtesy Elizabeth Renstrom)

Funniest Jokes Since The Internet

Reader's Digest collects some of the most hilarious jokes which have made waves on the internet ever since its inception. Enjoy!
Do not ignore that painless lump: The initial stage of breast cancer is not painful. (Photo: Indiapicture)
Health & Wellness

Beat Breast Cancer Before It's Too Late

Expert tips for prevention and cure to stall this condition

Photos: Steve Puppe
True Stories

The Boy With The Spike In His Head

Removing it would severely test both him and his doctors

Image: Ashwath Bhatt
True Stories

#GoodNews|The Benevolent Pandit Who Helped Scores Of Kashmiri Students After The Abrogation Of Article 370

A Kashmiri migrant himself, he reached out to desperate Kashmiri students after the recent lockdown

Morning snow over Landour (Image used for representative purposes only. Photo courtesy Paul Hamilton/Flickr)
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Sher Singh And The Hot-Water Bottle

Master storyteller Ruskin Bond mesmerizes readers with this tale of life in the hills during a time of alcohol and liquor prohibition

Nobel Laureates Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo (Image courtesy Juggernaut Books)
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Nobel Laureates Esther Duflo And Abhijit Banerjee On How Good Economics Can Be Used To Fight Poverty

This year’s Nobel Prize-winners Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee and Esther Duflo have used an experimental approach to tackle global poverty

Edison with his phonograph, picture taken in Mathew Brady's Washington, D.C. studio in April 1878 (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Features

Do You Know These 13 Facts About 'The Wizard Of Menlo Park'?

Considered to be America's greatest inventor, Thomas Alva Edison is known for his contribution in various fields—electric power generation, motion pictures, sound recording etc. Here are some interesting facts about the creator of the light bulb.

Better Living

How To Keep Your Money Safe During An Economic Slump

Six tips from financial planners to ride out a sluggish economy 

Illustration by Keshav Kapil
Features

The Unforgettable Field Marshal Cariappa

A tribute to the legendary army man who embodied the courage and valour of the Indian soldier

#Good Ideas: Easy hacks To Make Your Life Better
Better Living

#Good Ideas: Easy hacks To Make Your Life Better

Food hygiene, kitchen ideas, compost tip, and more. 

Kunal Basu's Favourite Reads
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Kunal Basu's Favourite Reads

Kunal Basu wrote The Miniaturist, The Yellow Emperor’s Cure and Kal-katta, as well as The Japanese Wife—a collection of short stories, the lead story of which was made into a film. He lives in Oxford, England, where he teaches at the Saïd Business School. Here are his top 10 reads 

#Good Ideas: Upgrade Your Life With Easy-To-Follow Advice
Better Living

#Good Ideas: Upgrade Your Life With Easy-To-Follow Advice

Simple tips to make your everyday living better

15 Facts You Didn't Know About Sir P. G. Wodehouse
Features

15 Facts You Didn't Know About Sir P. G. Wodehouse

Celebrating this icon of humour on his 138th birth anniversary

The Man Who Remained Committed To Finding Solutions For Poverty
Features

The Man Who Remained Committed To Finding Solutions For Poverty

Abhijit Banerjee, one of the Nobel Prize winners this year in Economics, has been working on fighting poverty for years. He was even arrested as a student-activist once