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  • Review: ‘3 From Hell’ Sees Rob Zombie Go On Auto-Pilot 17 Sep 2019 07:08 A trio of hellions. LionsgateIn an age where movie stars no longer guarantee a movie’s opening, but franchises and IP do, even Rob Zombie is having to go back to the well. Used to be his name alone was its own sort of IP – when he directs, you know you’re …
  • London Fashion Week: Paul Costelloe among Irish designers with divergent ideas 17 Sep 2019 06:20 Three Irish designers, all male, of different generations, (20s, 30s and 70s) sent out three summer collections that illustrated their very divergent ideas of modern womenswear and womanhood at London Fashion Week today. Veteran designer Paul Costelloe is …
  • A defense of Robbie Robertson 17 Sep 2019 05:35 Robbie Robertson unjustly vilified  Regarding Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band, which opened TIFF. I have read extensively about The Band. From anything I can discern, Robbie Robertson saw The Band on a destructive path that only he was …
  • Amazon Festival sale 17 Sep 2019 05:09 With the festive season round the corner, e-commerce giant Amazon has announced the dates of its annual Great Indian Festival sale. Beginning from September 29, the sale boasts of attractive discounts and offers on multiple categories including smartphones …
  • Buddhist leader greets Modi as Ladakh celebrates post 370 17 Sep 2019 05:01 Leh, Sep 17 (IANS) Buddhist spiritual leader the Gyalwang Drukpa, who is heading the 17th century Hemis monastery of Drukpa lineage here, the largest in the Himalayas, on Tuesday greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 69th birthday. “It is with great …
  • IIFA Rocks 2019: Highlights 17 Sep 2019 02:54 Tulsi Kumar performs at IIFA Rocks 2019. IIFA Rocks 2019 was held at [email protected], SVP Stadium in Mumbai. It was hosted by Ali Fazal and Radhika Apte. In an interview with indianexpress.com, Ali had shared his excitement about hosting the mega show. “They ( …
  • Sexual Health Awareness Week: #EndSmearFear campaign launched to break down stigma of smear tests 17 Sep 2019 01:12 A new social media campaign has launched to combat the stigma which continues to surround smear tests. Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust has partnered with Twitter to launch a smear test campaign for Sexual Health Awareness Week, which takes place from Monday 16 …
  • The Best Art Shows This Fall 16 Sep 2019 23:58 Below, we've rounded up the biggest and best art shows you need to know about this season, like a museum-wide exhibition of international contemporary artists, luscious abstracts by Neddy winner Gillian Theobald, and Italian treasures from a Naples …
  • The Best Festivals This Fall 16 Sep 2019 23:58 Below, we've rounded up the biggest and best festivals you need to know about this season, including options for geeky crafters, cat people, beer drinkers, comix lovers, pumpkin carvers, holiday carolers, and everyone in between. You can also find a …
  • Antibiotic resistance in dolphins mirrors disturbing trend in humans 16 Sep 2019 22:31 Antibiotic resistance in bottlenose dolphins shows that up to 88% of pathogenic organisms in this species is resistant to one or more antibiotics. This finding offers very useful insights into the identical phenomenon in humans. This species is termed a …
  • Hyderabad: Zafar, Jatin, Yash, Arhaan, Ram shine 16 Sep 2019 22:07 Hyderabad: Zafar Ullah Khan came up with an allround show to shine the brightest on day that saw a clutch of performers in the Hyderabad Cricket Association’s local league. Zafar slammed a century (112) and then took 7 wickets for 30 runs to bowl St Mary’s …
  • Warner let Broad ‘get in his head’ during historic Test failure 16 Sep 2019 21:32 Stuart Broad haunted David Warner’s mind throughout the Ashes and now the former vice-captain is one of many concerns in Australia’s unsettled top six. Steve Smith’s Test comeback from the Cape Town cheating scandal was a run-laden dream but Warner’s was a …
  • Celebrities on the ramp: Yay or nay? 16 Sep 2019 19:45 Unlike the West, India’s fashion industry is driven by Bollywood and not the designers, so actors carry higher brand equity than a designer at times. When a well-known celebrity just doesn’t stop praising a designer they hardly know, it’s hard not to …
  • Ankit Yadav's journey of being a Fashion influencer 16 Sep 2019 15:02 Ankit Yadav Ankit Yadav's journey of being a Fashion influencer Blogging has become one of the most sorted professions today. Gone are the days when one had to be conscious about looks and physique to be a blogger. A true example of this is Ankit Yadav …
  • IIFA Rocks 2019 LIVE UPDATES 16 Sep 2019 14:32 Singer Neha Kakkar will perform at IIFA Rocks 2019. IIFA, the biggest award ceremony of the Hindi film industry, is around the corner. However, the main awards function will be preceded by an event called IIFA Rocks, which is currently being held in Mumbai …
  • Amazon Great Indian Festival dates announced; wi... 16 Sep 2019 13:39 Amazon India, on Monday, announced the dates for its annual festive season sale. The tech giant's Great Indian Festival will kick off from midnight on September 29 and run till October 4. As always, Prime members will get exclusive early access to the …
  • Lenders of micro loans to follow a responsibility code 16 Sep 2019 12:45 KOLKATA: Lenders engaged in micro lending including large banks such as IndusInd and Kotak Mahindra have come together to safeguard their loan asset by preventing over-leveraging of micro borrowers. A common ‘Code for Responsible Lending’ has been unveiled …
  • This is our home: Kenya islanders demand say in... 16 Sep 2019 10:45 LAMU:  Armed with maps, activists on the tourist island of Lamu have managed to stall plans for Kenya's first coal-powered plant as local communities become more vocal about rising numbers of foreign-backed projects on their doorsteps. Kenya's …
  • On mPokket founder's bookshelf: 'Alibaba: The ho... 16 Sep 2019 09:05 Books hold immense importance in the life of Gaurav Jalan, Founder & CEO, mPokket. The fin-tech boss is an avid reader and uses reading as a way to relax. He told ET Panache,"They are a source of not just comfort and de-stressing but also …
  • Keeping it stylish: Decoding Vicky Kaushal's earthy, quirky, manly fashion statement with stylist Amandeep Kaur 16 Sep 2019 07:15 Fashion experts on keeping stars at the top of their sartorial game. I was styling Angira Dhar who had featured opposite Vicky Kaushal in the 2018 romcom 'Love Per Square Foot' and had met him a few times. Since he was looking for a new stylist and …
  • Linking the gun industry with the NRA, a domestic terrorist organization 16 Sep 2019 07:08 Linking the gun industry with the NRA, a domestic terrorist organization By Lynda Carson - September 15, 2019 San Francisco - This is the last in a series of articles about the National Rifle Association (NRA), a domestic terrorist organization, and it’s …
  • Fit for the modern bride 16 Sep 2019 04:30 To the list of noteworthy names, Tanieya Khanuja has proven to be an A-Lister. A bridal wear does not necessarily embody Indian traditional wear comprising of ethnic lehengas or sarees each time. The modern bride has indefinite needs for clothes to look as …
  • Here’s how bhindi could help manage diabetes 16 Sep 2019 03:39 Since the fibre content takes time to break down within the body, the blood sugar levels are contained by the veggie. (Source: File Photo) For all those suffering from diabetes and struggling to keep their sugar levels in check, okra or lady’s finger or …
  • Click-wait for ecommerce as consumers put off buys 16 Sep 2019 03:02 BENGALURU | MUMBAI: Consumer spending on online shopping sites is estimated to be down by about a fifth in the first half of the year to June as etailers have cut discounts and the growth slump has hit buying sentiment across sectors, according to a report …
  • Saudi Arabia Attacks Pummels Markets 16 Sep 2019 02:59 Oil futures leapt this morning by over 15% in a knee-jerk reaction to the attack on the Saudi Arabia  Abqaiq oil facility over the weekend that notionally, took 5% of the world’s supply offline. Brent futures spiked by 20% and WTI futures by 15% despite U. …
  • Is Apple’s price for new iPhone model competitive enough? 16 Sep 2019 02:08 By Express News Service NEW DELHI: Apple recently launched its new iPhone 11 range, the successor to last year’s iPhone XS, XS Max and XR. With the new range set to be available in India from September 27, Apple’s new flagship phone has got people talking, …
  • India nation of many languages, says Jairam Ramesh 16 Sep 2019 01:41 Stalin, Vijayan warn of protests against ‘imposition of Hindi’. Bengaluru: Union home minister and BJP president Amit Shah’s call to expand the reach of Hindi to all parts of India seems to have exposed historical linguistic faultlines with sharp political …
  • Ashes: David Warner beats New Zealander to unwanted record after horror series 15 Sep 2019 23:46 A horror Ashes series with the bat has seen Australian opener David Warner nudge a little-known New Zealand batsman out of an unwanted cricketing record. Warner's series ended in familiar fashion when he was dismissed for 11 by England fast bowler  …
  • Birds of a feather 15 Sep 2019 20:50 These whimsical special touches are the current range and a surefire way of getting the desired attention. It’s time to ruffle a few feathers, albeit in a good way and with oodles of charm. If you are looking for some fun, feminine and luxurious outfits …
  • Correction: Sikh Killed-Anniversary story 15 Sep 2019 15:11 PHOENIX (AP) — In a story Sept. 15 about the anniversary of an Indian Sikh immigrant gunned down in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he died in 2011. He died in 2001. A corrected version of the …
  • Thea Porter’s Scrapbook edited by Venetia Porter review – queen of bohemian chic 15 Sep 2019 10:04 It all began in 1966 in a scruffy shop in Greek Street, Soho. Thea Porter, who was born in 1927 and spent her early life in Syria and Lebanon, started off selling furniture and textiles: “huge embroidered Indian bedspreads, pieces of pearl-encrusted …
  • The spur-of-the-moment decision that changed QPR and Swansea City hero Angel Rangel's life forever and created a legend 15 Sep 2019 09:38 You can take the boy out of Swansea, but you can never take Swansea out of the boy. Angel Rangel will go down in history as one of Swansea City's greatest-ever servants, having spent over a decade at the club and representing the Swans with distinction …
  • ‘Not sure how sustainable fashion as an industry can be’ 15 Sep 2019 07:34 New Delhi, Sep 15 (IANSlife) Sustainability may be the buzzword in the fashion industry right now, but designer Rina Singh would rather call her label Eka “ethical”. “If you are churning out a collection every six months, how sustainable can things be? For …
  • India Amidst the Follies of a Winnable Nuclear War 15 Sep 2019 06:19 by M Waqas Jan 14 September 2019 As tensions between India and Pakistan simmer over the deteriorating situation in Kashmir, the ever-present specter of nuclear war continues to dominate present discourse. This has been apparent in the way both India and …
  • Buddhist carnival in Leh monastery to see minimum plastic use 15 Sep 2019 05:02 Leh, Sep 15 (IANS) A grand carnival of Buddhist spirituality, culture and tradition beginning at the 17th century Hemis monastery of Drukpa lineage here on Monday will see the minimum use of single-use plastic with an aim to reduce carbon footprints in the …
  • 50 Scots who changed the world: 20-1 15 Sep 2019 04:49 In 1879 Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming found herself pregnant, unexpectedly alone and far from home. The year before, together with her husband James, she had emigrated from Scotland to the US. Fleming applied for a job as a maid and housekeeper at the …
  • Famous Indian fashion designer hosts show at Houston hotel 15 Sep 2019 04:34 HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- She's a household name in India, but with clients like Kate Middleton and Beyoncé, Anita Dongre is reaching new audiences beyond her home country. Bibi Magazine hosted a trunk show for the designer Saturday at The Post Oak …
  • Not just a film, 'Chhichhore' became a self-real... 15 Sep 2019 04:09 The writers of 'Chhichhore' have drawn from their own failures to create a narrative around how academic setbacks do not mean it is all over In one of the rooms at movie production house Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment's office in Mumbai’s …
  • Sold-out show Mrs Kapoor's Daughter's Wedding returns for another performance 15 Sep 2019 03:38 Back by popular demand, following its sell-out UK tour earlier this year, Bollywood-inspired, British Asian stage spectacle, Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding, returns to Watford Colosseum on Sunday, September 15, as part of its second tour of 2019. …
  • Celtic fan with Scots-Jamaican heritage reveals how Dundee roots inspired fashion career 15 Sep 2019 03:38 Half Dundonian, half Jamaican, 100 per cent Celtic supporter. Growing up in Leicester, fashion designer Nicholas Daley was a one-off. They might have been living in the East Midlands in the 90s but young Nicholas’s parents made sure he knew exactly where …
  • A stitch in time - mumbai guide 15 Sep 2019 03:32 Can you imagine the result of the best craftsmen from Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maheshwar, Kutch, Kolkata and other parts of the country working their magic on a piece of embroidery? Deepa Mehta, founder of an online contemporary Indian textile label …
  • Empowering women, calling men to action at National Women's Hall of Fame 15 Sep 2019 03:13 Eleven women inducted Saturday into the Hall of Fame share their message with the world TYRE — Eleven extraordinary women inducted Saturday into the National Women’s Hall of Fame inspired hundreds of people at a ceremony at del Lago Resort and Casino. The …
  • Dressing up the stars: '100 Iconic Bollywood Costumes' book explores film in fashion 15 Sep 2019 03:08 Express News Service Bollywood is known to set the trends for how women dress in India. From Sadhana’s figure-hugging churidars in Waqt to Rekha’s sensuous chiffon saris in Silsila to Madhuri Dixit Nene’s purple charmeuse satin sari in Hum Aapke Hain Koun …
  • TV Rewind | The West Wing: Politics was never this engaging 15 Sep 2019 03:04 The West Wing ran for seven seasons. Aaron Sorkin’s The West Wing is counted as one of the best television shows of all time. But what is it about this show that makes it universally appealing despite being set in the White House? Here’s what we think …
  • War is not the answer 15 Sep 2019 02:37 War is not the answer The unexpected and provocative revocation of Article 370 of the Indian constitution that had created a special legal niche for Indian-occupied Kashmir has conveniently added another Modi-esque layer of virulence and complexity to the …
  • My life in clothes: Peta Mathias' true colours 15 Sep 2019 02:24 This story was originally published by Metro and is republished with permission. Peta Mathias - food writer, television show presenter - talks about her enduring love of a colourful outfit, and how life sometimes doesn't turn out the way you think it …
  • Word on Kashmir 15 Sep 2019 00:56 Word on Kashmir Pakistan does seem to have finally succeeded in drawing global attention to the worsening situation in Indian-held Kashmir following the abrogation of Article 370 of the Indian constitution. In a strongly worded letter, 46 UK members of …
  • Alarming HR violations in IHK: EU MPs call for trade, travel sanctions on India 15 Sep 2019 00:49 Alarming HR violations in IHK: EU MPs call for trade, travel sanctions on India By News Desk ISLAMABAD/SRINAGAR: The Members of the European Union Parliament on Saturday called for trade and travel sanctions on India over the alarming human rights …
  • ‘China way or democracy? India will decide Net fate’ 14 Sep 2019 23:26 The Indian Express Adda with Nick Clegg, Vice President of Global Affairs and Communications, Facebook & Former Deputy PM of the United Kingdom in conversation with Anant Goenka Executive Director, The Indian Express Group and Shubhajit Roy,Senior …
  • Out of my Mind: Chalti ka naam gaadi 14 Sep 2019 23:11 It is the first time the government has taken a grown-up view of cars and stopped indulging the car-owner rather than the pedestrian. Whatever you do, do not try to make people virtuous in a democracy. This reflection is provoked by the sad state of the …
  • 15 minutes with the new DHS commish: Her plan to restore trust in the troubled agency 14 Sep 2019 21:24 Her top priority: Restoring trust in the sprawling Department of Human Services, which has come under fire in recent months for unexplained turnover in its leadership ranks, allegations of whistleblower retaliation and its mishandling of more than $70 …
  • From farm to fashion 14 Sep 2019 18:57 Chandrakant Sonawane has come a long way, from working on the fields to designing clothes for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s films. Fashion design is about channelling one’s creativity, skill, and aesthetic in new and exciting ways. Many students aspire to be a …
  • From Barbados to bouncers: The rise of Jofra Archer 14 Sep 2019 18:50 Jofra Archer only made his England debut in May but he's already a World Cup winner and Ashes hero. The fast bowler talks to Robert Crampton about racism, moving from Barbados to Sussex – and the ball that felled the Australian captain and announced …
  • Compassionate capitalists: India Inc is putting purpose before profit 14 Sep 2019 17:41 In May 27, billionaire banker Uday Kotak, one of India’s most respected business executives, tweeted the image of a water dispenser at one of his offices. It featured a stylish retro Kilner glass jar (for bonus fun fact, see the end of this article) with “ …
  • Arizona Sikh preaches love 18 years after post-9/11 killing 14 Sep 2019 16:32 PHOENIX (AP) — Indian Sikh immigrant Rana Singh Sodhi still preaches love and tolerance 18 years after his brother was gunned down in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks by a man who mistook him for a Muslim because of his turban and beard. “I …
  • Nobel laureates slam Gates Foundation’s award for Modi 14 Sep 2019 14:00 ISLAMABAD: Three Nobel Prize Laureates have demanded of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to rescind its award to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for blatant basic human rights violations in the Occupied Kashmiri, attacks on minorities in India and …
  • 5 startups backed by India Accelerator raise Rs 30 mn from Angel Investors 14 Sep 2019 12:48 Five Delhi-based Startups – Prithvi, DROR, The Knotty Tales, VAPP and FIO - have raised close to Rs 30 million from various Angel Investors. These startups participated in ‘Demo Day’ organised by India Accelerator, a seed-stage accelerator programme, in …
  • WaterBridge Ventures, Info Edge invest Rs 11 crore in ShoeKonnect 14 Sep 2019 12:24 AHMEDABAD: WaterBridge Ventures, an early stage venture capital fund invested Rs 7 crore in ShoeKonnect, a B2B marketplace startup for global footwear industry. Existing investor Info Edge India (Naukri.com) also participated in the pre-series A round by …
  • The necessary nakedness of Paul Dano's 'Wildlife' 14 Sep 2019 10:56 Late into Paul Dano’s directorial debut, Wildlife, a man tries to burn down the house of his wife’s lover. The two get into a scuffle. Suddenly, the husband stops. He notices that a boy – his teenage son – is watching. The boy, Joe Brinson (Ed Oxenbould), …
  • Kangana Ranaut, Anushka Sharma and more: Best airport looks of the week (Sep 8-Sep 14) 14 Sep 2019 08:08 The paparazzi caught up with these celebrities as they moved in and out of airports this past week. (Designed by Rajan Sharma) Airport fashion is something that most celebrities take seriously. What they don when they travel invariably becomes a topic of …

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