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Mr Tsangaris disagreed that the fashion industry was dominated with a Caucasian beauty norm and cited the prominence of models Iman and Naomi Campbell many decades ago, although he agreed times were changing in the Australian industry. … [Read more...] about Magnolia Maymuru: From Yirrkala to the catwalk
Police departments across the country often use various social media platforms, especially Twitter, to put forth essential messages for people. They use the routes of creativity and hilarity to ensure that the posts strike a chord with netizens. Case in point is the latest tweet by Pune Police. … [Read more...] about Pune Police tweets how to get ‘Insta’nt safety’. It’s something all should abide by
When Aditya Cherukumudi, 26, moved back to Bengaluru last April from the US, he faced an unfamiliar situation in the city he had always called home. Nearly all the friends he had grown up with had moved out, either to study or work. That was when a universal reality caught up with him — making friends when you are in your 20s or older is not as much of a breeze as it used to be in college. “Everyone is working and ‘life admin’ can get in the way,” says Cherukumudi, referring to the drudgery of daily chores like paying bills that eat into your time. “You can’t always get out on weekends.”Fortunately for Cherukumudi, a data analyst in sports data company STATS Perform, a friend introduced him to That Extra Step. The Bengaluru-based, yearold venture is on a mission to get people to socialise and have “good, clean fun” offline. They host invite-only, activity-focused get-togethers at a fee of `250-350. The idea is to help people … [Read more...] about How a group of startups aim to bring people closer, offline
The protesters argue that it is easier for foreigners to get their hands on loans than Koreans. Regardless of nationality, everyone here is subject to a loan-to-value ratio of 20 to 40 percent on loans to buy apartments in designated speculation zones, which now cover almost the entire Seoul metropolitan area. But of course those regulations do not apply when foreigners borrow money in their own country. … [Read more...] about Gov’t Accused of Favoring Foreigners in Real-Estate Curbs