Setting all new fashion goals for men, Karan Johar is rocking winter fashion at the World Economic Forum 2019, being held in Davos, Switzerland currently. He’s been a successful filmmaker, producer, a talk show host, an actor and even a fashion guru for many. KJo’s Instagram handle is proof that he’s the one to look out for in men’s fashion and we sometimes, wish these clothes wouldn’t be caught in a gender bias of any kind. We believe KJo understands the nitty-gritty of fashion and wears almost anything, with complete panache. The recent episode featuring Diljit Dosanjh and Badshah is proof that boys high on fashion sense can give even the best names a run for their money. Actor Ranveer Singh even admitted that he’s carried off everything that Karan Johar cannot, including a super-expensive tracksuit that cost over 3 lakhs, which was apparently a hand-me-down from KJo to Ranveer. Karan Johar has posted his looks over the three day event on his … [Read more...] about Karan Johar’s winter fashion at the World Economic Forum in Davos is on point and there’s something for everyone in it. See pics.
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In India, for most of us, Bollywood and fashion are two peas of the same pod. We consider our Bollywood celebs to be the most stylish and fashion-forward bunch, whether it’s thanks to their stylists or their own personal choice is for you to decide. However, sometimes our beloved celebrities also fall short on the sartorial front and make some cringe-worthy choices. From Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s wardrobe choices to celebrate their first wedding anniversary, to the celebs at Katy Perry’s welcome party by Karan Johar, a lot of celebrities made it on to our fashion radar. Here is the lowdown on this week’s best and worst-dressed celebrities, and you can decide for yourself which looks are lacklustre and which are inspiring. Read on:Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh View this post on InstagramA post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Nov 13, 2019 at 9:13pm PST As always Deepika has to be on our best-dressed radar, like for her wedding, … [Read more...] about Deepika Padukone, Urvashi Rautela, Yami Gautam, Anushka Sharma, Ranveer Singh: Fashion hits and misses this week
Born and abandoned in Mumbai, reborn in Sweden, Erika Sandberg says she is Indian on the outside, but feels Swedish on the inside.Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel narrates her tale.Rediff.comIn August 1976, a Swissair jet flew out of the monsoon skies of Bombay, due west, with a precious little bundle onboard. The Boeing was headed for Zurich. In Switzerland probably another air hostess took careful charge of this special delivery as she boarded a flight headed to Stockholm. Waiting for her at Arlanda airport, likely torn between anxiety and hope, were Inga-Maja, 38, and Conny Sandberg, 39, from Mölnbo, a village about 55 km southwest of Stockholm; she a teacher, he, the owner of a small trucking business. That day -- August 22 -- was Inga-Maja and Conny's first meeting with their Indian daughter, eight-month-old Sheetala who they had adopted. They brought Sheetala home, along with her grey Swissair bag of meagre possessions, including the airline blanket. She ate just a little … [Read more...] about Indian on the outside, Swedish on the inside
Without a moment of hesitation, Rai jumped up on his rickety wooden stool in the witness box.Rediff.com Shyamvar Pinturam Rai, Accused No 3, and approver, in the Sheena Bora murder trial is slowly acquiring a better concept of Time. Gone are the days when the Mukerjeas' former driver greeted, almost democratically, every query put to him about time -- be it the time taken to travel somewhere or the time of an event -- with his scared-rabbit, blank look and the obligatory yaad nahin. Indeed PW2, as he is referred to by the court, now takes answering questions on time completely in his stride. Tuesday, October 31, wearing a jaunty purple shirt with cream trousers, Rai even made a brave little speech to Courtroom 51, and CBI Special Judge Jayendra Chandrasen Jagdale, at the south Mumbai sessions court, on his inability to understand time. "I don't know much about time. I don't have a watch. All my estimates about time are andaaz se (approximate)," he added categorically, with a winning … [Read more...] about And this is how Sheena’s body lay in the bag…
'It affects our economy, it is very important in many ways.' IMAGE: Why walk when you can swim! A boy swims through a water-logged street in Sion, north central Mumbai. Photograph: Sahil Salvi Professor Roddam Narasimha, FRS, is a distinguished aerospace scientist, and among the first few Indian engineers to be elected to several leading international academies like the Royal Society, the US National Academies of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has contributed enormously to the development of aeronautical and space sciences in India. Presently at the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bengaluru, one of his current areas of research is cloud evolution and dynamics, a subject of great relevance to the Indian monsoon and global climate change. Shivanand Kanavi discusses climate change, global warming and the monsoon with Professor Narasimha. The second segment of a two-part feature: Part 1: 'Rainfall is … [Read more...] about ‘We are more interested in the monsoon than anyone else in the world’