Couplespeak: TAKESH: For me, fit and comfort are my key priorities when selecting an outfit. I typically wear casual shirts or tees with jeans or cargo pants, and sneakers. SHIVANI: I am partial to Indian fusionwear. On most days, I wear sarees, salwar kameez or Indian contemporary dresses. I also enjoy wearing funky accessories that highlight my personality. Stylist’s Notes: FORAM: While the couple was styled in exactly the same colours, we took care to balance the look out by giving Shivani a pattern that was aligned to her Bohemian aesthetic, and dressing Takesh in cool, comfortable layers paired with his favourite sneakers. Shivani is also wearing her preferred accessories to retain her personal style. We stuck to similar, fitted silhouettes to add visual cohesiveness to the look.” … [Read more...] about The perfect match
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Meanwhile, he has been indicted in three cases, including receiving gifts from billionaires in exchange for visa extension and tax reduction laws, helping a prominent publisher close its competitor in exchange for less negative coverage, and promoting regulatory decisions in favor of a telecom giant in exchange for positive coverage. Enditem … [Read more...] about News Analysis: Israeli PM strives to use new gov’t as protection in court trial
TOKYO: Japan's state of emergency is set to end with new cases of the coronavirus dwindling to mere dozens. It got there despite largely ignoring the default playbook. No restrictions were placed on residents' movements, and businesses from restaurants to hairdressers stayed open. No high-tech apps that tracked people's movements were deployed. The country doesn't have a center for disease control. And even as nations were exhorted to "test, test, test," Japan has tested just 0.2% of its population — one of the lowest rates among developed countries. Yet the curve has been flattened, with deaths well below 1,000, by far the fewest among the Group of Seven developed nations. In Tokyo, its dense center, cases have dropped to single digits on most days. While the possibility of a more severe second wave of infection is ever-present, Japan has entered and is set to leave its emergency in just weeks, with the status lifted already for most of the country and Tokyo and the remaining … [Read more...] about Did Japan just beat the coronavirus without lockdowns or mass testing?
Another video posted by Soha showed Inaaya singing the birthday song for her dad. Dressed in a lovely, colourful dress and wearing her hair in her trademark curly pigtails, Inaaya took over her toy piano and sang for her father. Inaaya even made some changes to the song, adding how her dad was ‘born in a hospital’ and a mention of a crocodile too. “Happy birthday @khemster2,” Soha captioned her post. … [Read more...] about Kunal Kemmu celebrates a fashionable birthday with wife Soha Ali Khan, daughter Inaaya sings him a song
New Delhi: Disha Patani is always up to date when it comes to the internet trends, after all she is herself a social media sensation. After showing off her killer moves on pop diva Beyonce’s hit song ‘Yonce’, the actress has taken up the #SavageChallenge, trending big time currently. ‘Savage’ is Megan Thee Stallion’s new song and it has created a storm online. Several international celebs have taken it up and Disha too joined the group on Sunday. She channels her inner Beyonce vibes to ace the #SavageChallenge with so much perfection and flaunts her washboard abs in a casual athleisure. … [Read more...] about Stop, watch Disha Patani ace the #SavageChallenge, Tiger Shroff loved it, just BTW