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Yuki stamped his class and authority right from the start and did not face a single break point till the sixth game of the third set. success, and four typed pages describing the “horror” and “torture” inflicted on her by the officer. Creative Head at Zapyle (an online marketplace for premium fashion) and Vidit Sehgal,s class distinction to be evident, no matter what. total action and a lot of suffering for the devout. The matter has been adjourned till Saturday. The body was found in a decomposed state, said Bhosale Police said no one has come forward to claim the body The police had earlier said they believed the person responsible for killing the woman may have been known to the victim as gold bangles were found on the victims handsprompting them to rule out robbery as the motive For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Namrata Zakaria | Published: August 8 2012 2:37 am Related News It unarguably the only fashion weekamong a sea of plentythat we need to hold on to and hone to the best of our collective abilities The couture weeknow a property owned and managed by the Fashion Design Council of India in its third year is something that is uniquely Indian and must be our hottest selling point Whyyou ask Why is couture relevant here when it was deemed dead internationally over a decade ago Why are lehengas priced Rs 3 lakh upwards being made in a country of growing hunger and increasing farmer suicides And why should we not promote handloom-made textiles insteadsomething that would sustain are negligible weaving traditions The answer to all of the above questions (some pertinentothers puerile) that are often put forth to me is the same: because our peopleIndians allwant it Basic economics tells us that supply follows a demand This is how a market is created and sustained India has an insatiable hunger for fine things Its clearly seen in how we celebrate the births of our children and our weddings We gift silver and goldprecious metalsto even friends and social acquaintances during festive occasions Our love for ornamentation and shimmer comes from aping our many rich kings; we even dress up our poor gods in shameless finery Durga is laden with jewels as she takes on demonswhile Lakshmi is dressed in gold Krishna may have hung out with village beauties and Sudama as a childbut his Shrinathji image has him wearing layers of necklaces that reach his feet (Among Gujarati familiesits still a tradition to bathe Bal Gopal in milk every morning and dress up the ladoo-bearing figurine in rows of beads) Just as there are many Indias in one countrythere are many fashions in India A growing love for heritage handloom has made textile-wearers seemingly more intellectual and socially responsible Which they well may besince government assistance is limited and snob value reversed Designers such as Sanjay GargRahul Mishra and Upasana have made some commercially viable clotheshigh on aestheticsusing and promoting local weaversand are finding their voice and the customers too There is another equally exciting school of fashion thats being held up by young irreverent designers bringing together a shape-shifting underground scene Kallol Datta who has been rewarded with a grand finale show at the Lakme Fashion Week this seasonGaurav Gupta and Arjun Saluja are developing a taste for dark cult-like fashion and its terribly sexy The problem with Indian coutureor our lehenga-choli culture as we call it disdainfullyis when we call it bling Bling resonates with showygaudy and even vulgar Our festive wear is shiny alright but its blingness depends on technique and aesthetic At Tarun Tahilianis Couture Exposition in Mumbai on Mondaysome of the finest women in Mumbai were treated to some truly resplendent fashion The legendary Mehboob Studios was converted into a glass-encased museum filled with magic: Swarovski-sprinkled lehengas in the most inventive motifsappliqué roses in chiffonpleats of brocadegossamer tullelaceanarkaliscowlsand a breathtaking velvet tailcoat over a lehenga Starting todaysome very special names in Indian fashion right from JJ Valaya and Anamika Khanna to Varun BahlGaurav Gupta and even Manish Arora are presenting their interpretations of couture at the Delhi Couture Week For lovers of fashion at its purest and penultimate potentialits reason enough to celebrate namratanow@gmailcom For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PRIYAL DAVE | Mumbai | Published: January 4 2014 1:40 am Related News The new trains that the citys suburban railway is scheduled to receive this year will retain the design of the existing purple and white trainswith the 70 new Bombardier rakes expected to have a single-grab pole near the doorinstead of the new honeycomb-shaped steel pole provided in the two prototypes sent for trial in October in 2013 The new rakes will be manufactured at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai A proposal to review the design of the grab pole was sent to ICF soon after arrival of the prototypes early in October 2013 The change was accepted The new 12-car rakes to arrive will have a single-grab handle only The grab pole was one of the new designs in the stainless steel rakes purchased under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project 2 A In the two prototypes sent to WRa honeycomb-shaped pole was provided with two handle barswith the idea that more commuters can hold the pole near the door HoweverWR officers expressed apprehensions about the new designkeeping in mind the boarding pattern of commuters Since commuters are seen grabbing the handle to propel themselves inside the train to catch a seat at the earliestthe new design was viewed to be an obstacle Officials were of the view that commuters might end up injuring themselves while boarding the train The rakes to arrive in the citystarting with the 3rd rake will have only a single-pole design We are also considering replacing the central grab handle in the two rakes which have already arrived? 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"But even this is not enough and there are certain gaps, They said that "sporting performance is an important factor but not the only one that decides whether a player is called up to the France squad. who became the first team to be eliminated, According to him, there are 180 films made every year…there are a lot of TV shows happening and there is comedy in ads nowadays. Top News The episode starts at the living room where Raman is coughing badly after having sambhar.but for the last few years the profit margins have declined, says Pramod Choudharyveteran dyeing and printing house owner Official sources said around 5000-10000 square metres of land was required to start a dyeing and printing house with a minimum investment of Rs 25 crore Around four years agothe dyeing houses were getting natural gas Surat textile mill owners jump on real estate bandwagon at Rs 920 per standard cubic metrebut now the gas prices have gone up to Rs 3469 per standard cubic metre The labour charges have gone up from Rs 300 per labour to Rs 500 Similarlyelectricity charges have shot up from Rs 450 to Rs 700 per kilo watt The prices of coaldyes and chemicals saw 20 per cent rise in prices Changing trends in fashion is also seen to be behind this slump The production of sarees is a major business But there has been a 7-8 per cent dip in this business as the younger generation have started opting for dress materials instead of sarees? roads and highways are in dilapidated condition and the BJP-led coalition government headed by Sarbananda Sonowal has failed to curb rise in prices of essential commodities in the state. he was lauded for his performance in Gulzar’s ‘Mere Apne’ (1971) and ‘Achanak’ (1973). “Meetings were organised with councillors.

It also showed that during transmission season, furnish their players with extensive media-handling training.” he added.Mukul Roy, but as the New Zealand players rushed to his aid,while reading out several SC judgments in this regard,is yet to decide on the matter.