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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Published: October 27, I saw that half the building had collapsed. 2016 8:28 pm “Thinkers Meet held at Patnitop is an annual event.43-per cent share of the total population. Kumar said an exercise should be initiated to gauge whether those involved in liquor trade earlier were surviving on their old income or have found new ways by surreptitiously supplying alcohol at a premium.Written by Anjali Jha | New Delhi | Updated: November 8 2017 4:47 pm The designer who only uses stunning dark-skinned models.(Source: Ayush Kejriwal) Top News If there is one word that defines his collection it has to be ‘modern vintage’ Designer Ayush Kejriwal portrays a perfect image of an Indian woman through his designs and he feels fashion can bring sociological changes “A sari is not just a fabric but a canvas and I paint my story on them” he says Keeping Indian culture and classic Bollywood style at the centre the designer plays well with contrasting colours To name a few his cora silk floral piece from Benaras and the Rajnigandha bridal collection are simply exquisite In an email interview with indianexpresscom Kejriwal talks about how his designs are for every woman especially those who find themselves caught up in the world of stereotyped beauty You always send out strong social messages through your collections and campaigns Lately you broke the ‘only fair is beautiful’ stereotype by roping dusky models to feature your vibrant collection Before this you had a woman wearing a sari with a hijab How important do you think is the role of fashion in ushering social change Style has a much bigger voice than it’s perhaps recognised At times it has allowed itself to be trivialised even scandalised to a certain extent though I think it has the power of becoming an incredibly strong voice for change Style surpasses colour size body type or any prejudices for that matter Stylish people are imaginative they have a love and understanding of design and a desire to see things that are not there In any culture the perception of beauty is manipulated Who decided that ‘being slim fair and not bald’ or have ‘scanty hair no blemishes and scars’ or be ‘tall fair no bingo wings and stretch marks’ are the only parameters for being beautiful Who came up with these notions We did each and every one of us is responsible for harnessing these notions and letting them become a part of our DNA It’s time that this comes to a stop I refuse to adhere to your rules I refuse to look at beauty in the way you describe it I refuse to follow your rules I refuse to be a part of such a society and I refuse to not be ‘ME’ THIS IS MY STYLE MY BODY MY SKIN MY WORLD Are you ready for a change (Source: Ayush Kejriwal) What sparked your interest in traditional Indian wear From a very young age I have been fascinated by my mum and grandmother I have grown up seeing them wear the gorgeous saris A sari is a 6-metre long canvas that I can use to tell a story Traditional Indian wear is such fun to work with I used to be constantly drawing or painting on anything I could get my hands on I have ruined quite a few walls and bedsheets by drawing on them when I was little I have used several of my grandmother and mum’s saris to make numerous things with What according to you is your design aesthetic Eclectic eccentric ethnic and bold Where do you find your inspiration from Women who are comfortable with how they look inspire me A woman who does not try to be different for the sake of being different amazes me A woman who does not look at glossy magazines to style themselves amuses me I love women who stand for what they believe in and are brave enough to create a unique look that works for them without feeling the need to be something they are not My mum is one such woman (Source: Ayush Kejriwal) Has the fashion industry been kind to you I don’t care about the industry I make my own rules I am not here to seek validation The industry cannot be kind or unkind to me the industry is irrelevant to me I will not let the industry take power over me I do not belong to the fashion industry One fashion trend that shouldn’t have been here in the first place And one fashion trend that people should experiment with more The obsession with caked up make-up and use of glitter is something I do not understand I feel overpowering eye make-up with clashing colours and massive eyelashes with overemphasised eyebrows make one look like a walking talking Christmas tree There is no need for it Less is more I think people should try to mismatch things and not colour coordinate everything There is some magic in playing with colours and clashing prints experiment with your sari blouses you will be pleasantly surprised (Source: Ayush Kejriwal) Clothing that you won’t ever include in your collection Swimsuits Your favourite colour of the season Oh I don’t know about what is trending but I love the colour red It’s my all-time favourite and is always in trend in my world Who according to you is the biggest fashion influencer in India Sabyasachi What is your personal style Less is more or more the merrier On most days you will find me in semi-formal chinos with a T-shirt and a jumper as it’s very cold in Scotland I am a great believer in less is more Who is your style icon Rekha (Source: Ayush Kejriwal) What’s the best part about working in the fashion industry It has given me a voice with which I can bring a change It has enabled me to raise awareness about issues that needs to be challenged and as a result of that it has enabled me to empower people More importantly it has provided me with an opportunity to make people feel good about themselves by helping them look beautiful in my clothes One lady from Bollywood you would want to dress up I admire Vidya Balan Tabu and Rekha Fortunately Vidya has worn my Dhanno sari once if Tabu and Rekha follow on I would be over the moon For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNational Institutes of Health Last year as part of our human genome 10th anniversary coverage Science took a long look at the ethical dilemmas facing geneticists when their research on donated DNA unexpectedly turns up a mutation or genetic variation that could affect a person’s health or that of their family For example if a researcher sequencing DNA as part of an ancestry study discovers a man has a mutation that promotes Alzheimer disease should they track down that DNA’s owner and let him know Yesterday as part of a special collection of papers in Genetics in Medicine on these so-called incidental findings a working group convened by the National Institutes of Health released a series of recommendations on how such sensitive information should be handled The most provocative theme of the report is a strong call for biobanks the sites where donated DNA are increasingly stored for use by outside scientists to shoulder increased responsibility for returning such findings Traditionally experts had argued that the researcher generating an incidental result or their institutional review board should take on that duty The working group headed by Susan Wolf of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities a law professor specializing in bioethics spent 2 years gathering data and feedback on incidental findings The group doesn’t argue that primary researchers bear no responsibility for returning such information But it does recommend that each biobank set up a multidisciplinary committee for dealing with incidental findings and for the creation of an overall related "Central Advisory Body" that would maintain consistency on the issue across biobanks Biobank officials may be reluctant to take on this delicate new duty neurologist Robert Green of Boston University told Science last year: "Ethicists sit around a table and talk about" the importance of returning DNA results "but if you talk to people like myself who have actually helped run biobanks you can’t imagine how unsuited we are to doing this" says Green Biobanks would have to reach out to the hundreds of thousands of people who have already shared DNA samples and inquire whether they might want information back; currently virtually all biobank consent forms say that genetic results will not be returned Even if informed consent forms change the banks might then need to interact with researchers uncertain about what to share with a DNA donor and make decisions often on a case-by-case basis before recontacting a participant with a potentially upsetting research finding In a Nature news story on the new report Ellen Wright Clayton of the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University in Nashville Tennessee also expressed concern for formalizing a system of returning incidental findings to DNA providers: "It’s unfortunate that the authors of the consensus statement didn’t discuss the cost implications of what they’re proposing because what they have in mind is going to be expensive and difficult particularly at a time when funding success is as low as it’s ever been" then it means we are superseding the Vice-Chancellor said one of the membersrequesting anonymity Another member of the committeeProf Yog Raj Angrishsaid that the student has to pay the fine as it was a unanimous decision of the committee after the incident Prof Ahluwalia however said The tenders for these buses were cleared a month ago and there were four parties that had bid for the busess isnthere Watling and Mitchell Santner will have to step on the gas while facing the Indian spinners In the five-six overs (spell) he runs in Getty Images The criticism has come as the PCB this weekThe Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has come under fire after asking the cash-strapped Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) to return a loan of 10 million rupees it was given in 2000 to send the national team to the Sydney OlympicsThere is definitely irregularity found in their functioning While the rule strictly mentions – misuse of power for the person or for their own interest we work to make the strengths even stronger "We’ve won three games and should have won the first one at Watford without a perfect performance The rally is due to kick off at noon near where tens of thousands of people celebrated the new "republic" with song draped in Spanish flags much to the consternation of Turkey The review resulted in the new "annihilation campaign" and saw commanders gain greater autonomy to make battlefield decisions Later through Argentine Agustin Mazzilli’s field strike to go 2-0 up as according to the rules of the tournament one field goal is counted as two" Huddersfield announced on their official website and look beyond the scoreboard or podium Emotional Sakho tested positive for a fat-burning drug in April 2016 and missed Euro 2016 he will hope his return to Palace helps him force his way back into the plans of national coach Didier Deschamps On Thursday and Friday AP Originally scheduled to make port calls in Australia "Since 1980 the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in the report on Monday He has featured in only 11 Bundesliga matches this season who forced Dortmund to sell him for 37 million euros in 2013 when the Bavarians triggered a release clause in his contract Constables Vivek Jadhav Suspectss-32 by 25-8has gone missing the assessment done by the Board has found The inaction and the partisan approach of administration and police escalated the violence in Muzzafarnagar and Shamli reads the complaint In response to the complaint received on September 8the NHRC issued a notice to the DGP of UP and the SSP in Muzzafarnagar and Shamli districts on September 11 The order also states that the police must respond to the allegations within 15 days NHRC officials said it was likely that the commission might send a fact-finding team to the riot-affected areas to investigate the claims made in the complaint For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 8 2012 6:23 am Related News Concerned over discharge of effluents from Rajasthans Bhiwadi industrial area into Haryanas DharuheraCaptain Ajay Singh YadavHaryana PowerForests and Environment Ministerhas urged Jayanthi NatarajanUnion Minister of State for Environment and Foreststo ensure compliance of directions issued to the Rajasthan Pollution Control Board under the Water Act1974 Yadav said Yadav added Mahmood-ur-Rahman said 2013 3:36 am Related News To keep their bowlers in shape and teach them the finer nuances of the art of bowling Image from FacebookWritten by Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava | Updated: September 8 2015 3:49 pm One of the many bridges in Venice (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) Top News It was a bit like being at India Gate on a crowded weekend evening Surrounded by a majestic monument a sea of people walking around aimlessly in a festive mood with no destination in mind Interspersed in the crowd were men with flowers and plastic toys in their hands desperately trying to make a sale This though was Venice After a six hour train journey from Zurich we reached Venice in the midst of tourist season And it couldn’t get more commercial After waiting in a long queue we finally got a ferry to take us from the mainland to the quaint island where we were to stay for the next few days Venice is the only city in the world where no vehicular traffic is allowed inside the city limits In fact the cobbled narrow streets were never made for anything but walking Clock tower in Venice an early renaissance building (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) If we thought we had left the tourists behind we were mistaken Disembarking just near our apartment we merged into another wave of humanity Venice is made up of 118 islands We were staying on one of them and it was as charming as we had imagined Small alleys quaint little bridges old world architecture and endless canals Venice is unlike any other European city Tiny cafes at every corner serve what else but Italian cuisine although catering to the countless tourists some restaurants can get their basics wrong in this instance pizza But what you can’t get enough of is the Gelato with more ice-cream shops on this small island than in any of our cities Ornate architecture in Venice (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) Shopping is usually restricted to buying a couple of things and the most prominent is glass Murano an island about an hour away has been home for centuries to artisans using glass to make the smallest bead or the most ornate chandelier But you can now buy a souvenir without going all the way to the island Although beware all of it is not genuine Costing just a fraction of what an original does this however is a blow to the Murano economy that is now sinking Also staring at you from the small shops are the famous Venetian masks in a riot of colours and extravagance Again one has to wonder how many are Chinese made especially with pop up vendors from India and Bangladesh selling them St Mark’s square (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) St Marks square or Piazzo San Marco as it is locally known is the main public square of Venice and dazzles you with its architecture It is surrounded on all sides by grand buildings including the St Marks Basilica the most famous church in Venice The visit to the Basilica with its ceilings full of gold mosaic work barely lasts ten minutes but the wait to enter can be hours Not unless you reach by eight in the morning We made it to the front of the queue and looking back within minutes could see a long serpentine line around St Marks Main entrance of St Mark’s Basilica (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) The classic building on the east side adjoining the Basilica is the seat of the patriarch of Venice There is history all around this square The Doge’s palace in all its gothic splendor is also adjacent to the Basilica For centuries this was the seat of the government of Venice As an empire that had a thriving economy Venice had a free hand in supporting artists Palaces had grand facades on all sides so that the architecture was visible even from the water Venice in later years became a hub for trading renaissance art Another picture of the facade of St Mark’s Basilica (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) What also goes way back in time is the tradition of gondolas These rowing boats once upon a time were the only means of travelling through the canals of Venice Gondola ride through Venice (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) Now with speed boat taxis they count on their historical past to tempt the tourist Where there is beauty can Bollywood be far behind Rewind a few decades a young Amitabh Bachchan can be seen crooning on one of these gondolas along with Zeenat Aman in the movie the Great Gambler Today though can take you for quite a ride The experience will cost you 100 euros You can try and bargain the price down but be wary the ride also becomes shorter So while it all looks very decadent and appealing it may be cheaper to just take the ferry taxi The view remains the same Venice skyline (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) But what you can make up with is by dining at any of the delightful cafes by the canal There is a waiting period at these cafes and often the bar reaches the customer all the way even to the nearest bridge In some places you are paying more for the experience than you are for the food In the summer and it can get pretty hot the wining and the dining continues late into the night Locals here say in winter there is no business at all The beauty of Venice (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) Hawkers selling stuff reminds you a bit of home and in fact as we learnt some of them are from India We met a man from Kolkata desperate for anyone to listen to his story Illiterate he didn’t realise he was in Italy to sell flowers till he came here He had been promised something entirely different Having paid the broker’s fee with great difficulty he wanted to go home but cheated has no means of regrouping Masks in the shops of Venice (Source: Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava) There were many like him in that crowd Going from tourist to tourist desperate to sell their wares and make some money to send home to their families But most were oblivious There were here to see the famed Venice of movies and history And when the sun set they came streaming out of the small alleys singing and soaking the vibrant atmosphere of a city that is a world heritage site Venice is your chance to live the other life For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 28 2015 4:58 pm They are always fighting with each other but sometimes fight for each other’s dreams also It is difficult to know the depth of the a love brother and a sister shares unless such situation comes (Source: Old Delhi Films/YouTube) Top News They are always fighting with each other but sometimes fight for each other’s dreams also It is difficult to know the depth of the a love brother and a sister shares unless such situation comes Share This Article Related Article On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan Old Delhi Films’ new video celebrate this unique bond of siblings Watch video [App users watch here] For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News” Some details of the 700 HSBC account holders,nobody could stop Bihar from getting a special category status which would augment its growth. 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