No sooner that India managed to manage killer diseases (such as malaria, cholera and polio) of the past years, the nation is confronted with a new health threat. A new breed of diseases, which goes by the name of Lifestyle diseases, has become the new killer. For many years, common Indians were under the impression that Lifestyle diseases were a problem for solely the wealthy Western nations. While such diseases still account for more than 14.2 million premature deaths globally each year, India is contributing significantly to this end statistics. Lifestyle diseases have replaced the infectious and hereditary diseases and become the leading killer diseases in India. While some such diseases are side effects of modern day fast lifestyle, others are a result of physical inactivity and addictions. So, today let us take a telescopic look at some such diseases.