Sunday, February 28, 2021
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Malaika Arora shares her diet, fitness regime

NEW DELHI:Bollywood diva Malaika Arora advises her fans to follow a routine, eat right and work hard to bring balance between their body, mind and soul to the best of your abilities and become the ideal version of your own self.

Suniel Shetty: I worry for my kids in the industry in general

NEW DELHI: Actor Suniel Shetty is aware about the continuous discussion around star kids, their lifestyles and involvement of drugs in the film industry. While he is confident that his children actor Athiya Shetty and son Ahan are safe, he does worry about the wrong perception people have around 'star kids.

'Bombay Begums' to release on Women's Day

MUMBAI: The web series, Bombay Begums will release on March 8, on the occasion of International Women's Day. The show casts Pooja Bhatt, Shahana Goswam, Amruta Subhash and Rahul Bose in pivotal roles, and is created and directed by Alankrita Shrivastava of Lipstick Under My Burkha fame.

Rihanna & Fenty Beauty face global outrage on child labour issues

NEW DELHI: US pop star Rihanna is facing global outrage after an IANS newsbreak on her company Fenty Beauty under the lens in India for sourcing mica from mines in Jharkhand which use child labour.

Adapting to a green beauty routine

NEW DELHI: Avoiding beauty products that contain chemicals such as parabens, sulfates, phthalates can help you transition to a green beauty regime. In addition to this, using multi-purpose beauty products as well as committing to zero-waste beauty regime is a healthy way to make a change, suggests Naina Ruhail, Co- founder Vanity Wagon.

Kerala cinema halls open after 10 months of Covid shutdown

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The movie theaters in Kerala, which were shut for around ten months owing to Covid restrictions opened on Wednesday.

TN govt allows 100% occupancy in cinema halls

CHENNAI: Lending its ears to the demand of the owners, the Tamil Nadu government on Monday permitted 100 per cent occupancy in cinema halls in the state.

Shilpa Shetty's yoga tips to get back to grind after festive season

MUMBAI:The Christmas and New Year vacation period is over, and actress Shilpa Shetty on Monday suggested a few yoga moves that can help one get back to the daily grind after the festive season.

No entry to Delhi's CP for motorists on New Year's Eve

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Traffic Police has made elaborate arrangements throughout the city for smooth flow and regulation of traffic on New Year's Eve on Thursday.

Most Bengal players have experience of living in bio-bubble: Laxman

KOLKATA: Bengal players have the advantage of having spent time in a bio-secure bubble, thanks to the recent Bengal T20 Challenge, and they will find the same solitary confinement at the T20 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy next month, says VVS Laxman, Bengal batting consultant and former India batsman.

Jewellery trends that won 2020, will rule 2021

NEW DELHI: While 2020 was all about mindful spending and investment, 2021 would see the return of jewellery as an adornment, as people would embrace back socialising with fervent, say experts.

Myntra sells 1.1 crore items to 32 lakh customers in 5 days

BENGALURU:Fashion ecommerce platform Myntra on Friday said it sold 1.1 crore items to more than 32 lakh customers during its 13th, five-day End of Reason Sale that ended on December 24.

Covid impact: New Year in Mumbai to be heralded at Thailand time

MUMBAI: In view of the night curfew implemented in all municipalities in Maharashtra, hoteliers plan to ring in the New Year at 10.30 p.m. on December 31 which will coincide with Thailand's time of stepping into 2021, officials said here on Wednesday.

Makeup artiste Namrata Soni launches beauty brand

NEW DELHI: Makeup artiste Namrata Soni has launched her vegan and sustainable beauty and cosmetic brand -- Simply Nam.

UP folk artists to get scholarship of Rs 5,000 per month

LUCKNOW: In order to promote art and culture in Uttar Pradesh, the state Lalit Kala Akademi has decided to provide a monthly scholarship of Rs 5,000 to folk artists who are associated with the institution.

Premium Range of Combi Ovens by Häfele

NEW DELHI:Our modern and busy lifestyles demand multi-functionality from everyone and everything around us. It is just not enough to have a master of one, we need a jack of all trades! Keeping this in mind, Häfele brings to you Combi-ovens from its Premium Range of Appliances which combine the standard technology of an oven with added modes of steam or microwave to give you better cooking, baking and steaming results.

Extra-large baby wipes best for skin hygiene, easy cleanups

NEW DELHI: As it is typical for babies to create a mess while playing or eating, and they usually do not stay still and throw a tantrum while being cleaned, keeping extra-large baby wipes handy is ideal for maintaining skin hygiene.

Mandira Bedi adopts four-year-old girl

MUMBAI: Actress Mandira Bedi and her husband, filmmaker Raj Kaushal, have adopted a four-year-old girl named Tara. Mandira has revealed on Instagram that Tara became a part of the family on July 28 this year.

iPhone 11, SE 2020 gone in a jiffy during India festive sale

NEW DELHI:Apple iPhone 11 and SE 2020 went flying off the shelves on the first day of the festive sale in India.

Cinemas reopen: Day one sees dull start, but trade experts positive

NEW DELHI: Cinemas in several states including Delhi-NCR opened doors to patrons on Friday after seven months the turnout everywhere has been far from impressive, owing to the Covid scare. Industry experts however are happy to resume operations and expect footfalls to improve by the weekend ahead.

Kirti Kulhari: Yoga is a way of life

DEHRADOON: Actress Kirti Kulhari is currently enjoying yoga sessions in the lap of natur

Markets to continue both sides movement (Market Watch)

The week gone by had mere four trading days but had plenty of action in it. It had two days of super gains on Monday and Thursday and two flat days. It gained 1,308.39 points or 3.50 per cent to close at 38,697.05 points. NIFTY gained 366.70 points or 3.32 per cent to close at 11,416.95 points. The broader markets saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 gain 3.31 per cent, 3.31 per cent and 3.30 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP gained 3.32 per cent while BSESMALLCAP gained 3.28 per cent. Markets gaining almost identical between 3.28 per cent to 3.32 per cent is a rare event and I do not recall having seen such an event in a very long time. I am not sure what to make out of it but am sure that time will make us wiser.

Fashion Forward: FDCI releases dates for India Fashion Week

NEW DELHI: Riding on the success of the first ever Digital India Couture Week, the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) has announced that the Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week (LMIFW) Spring-Summer 2021 will take place in phygital format from October 14-18, 2020.

Snapdeal tests last-mile online delivery with Ottonomy IO robots

NEW DELHI: In a bid to address the safety concerns of consumers amid the pandemic, e-commerce marketplace Snapdeal has tested last-mile delivery of packets using robots developed by autonomous mobility startup Ottonomy IO.

Shiv Sena activists protest against Kangana across Mumbai, actress reacts

MUMBAI: Shiv Sena activists on Friday held protests against Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut over her recent remarks targeted at Mumbai, its police and her Taliban jibe at the state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh.

On Friday afternoon the women's wing of the Dindoshi Vidhan Sabha constituency protested by beating Kangana's effigy and posters with shoes and slippers and shouting "Kangana Ranaut haye haye" and "Kangana Ranaut hosh mein aao".

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