Category: Modern

EditorSeptember 7, 2022

Bengaluru, Sep 7,2022: Leading fashion e-commerce platform Myntra on Wednedsay announced the arrival of its ‘Big Fashion Festival’ (BFF), marking the commencement of the shopping season with over 100 new fashion, beauty and lifestyle launches ahead of the mega event. Over 6 million unique customers are set to shop from the festive fashion event, said […]

EditorAugust 16, 2022

New Delhi, Aug 16 ,2022:The Bombay Art Society (BAS) hosted its first Art Carnival exhibition from August 15 to 21, 2022. The first Art Carnival features 104 artworks by 32 artists. The carnival seeks to foster direct communication between artists and art viewers, including art critics and buyers. Many artists live outside of major art […]

EditorJuly 13, 2022

N. LOTHUNGBENI HUMTSOE New Delhi, July 13, 2022:  While the fashion industry is flourishing, there has been a lot of attention to the adverse environmental impact caused by the industry, responsible for 10 percent of the worlds greenhouse emissions. Buying clothes in abundance is appealing due to the affordability of fast fashion, but it comes […]

EditorJuly 13, 2022

By Pervez Bari The Supplementary Edition 2021 of “India 2047: Empowering the People” was released sometime back at Bangalore. It is the flagship document that Empower India Foundation (EIF), has prepared incorporating the visions, ideas, suggestions, practical solutions and ways and means for the empowerment of the Muslim community. The India 2047 Project Document is […]

EditorJune 12, 2022

New Delhi, 12thJune 2022:The latest edition of AstaGuru’s Modern Indian Art ‘Collectors Choice’ online auction, will take place on June 23-24, 2022, providing collectors with an exceptional opportunity to acquire masterpieces and rare compositions. While works by members of the Progressive Artists’ Group remain highly valued, the auction has a diversified art collection with significant […]

EditorJune 8, 2022

New Delhi, 8th June 2022: Over the last year, objects including phones, speakers/headphones, wallets and bags are on the list of items left in cabs across India. Utility items such as groceries, thermos/water bottles and phone chargers come next on the list. Besides leaving the usual behind, Indians also forget unique things such as Ghewar […]

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