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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Fashion Trends of Jan-2019

It is already 2019 and fashion can't seem to get its way in...

In an already dominated politically and culturally influenced media... it is hard to get any kind of updates on fashion or fashion trends... But here, I bring to you the dazzling array of fashion trends, ranging from Cashmere Turtlenecks to Knit Dresses to Stripe Apparel, all, that you can try out and look astoundingly fashionable...

Try to evade that all "Winter wear and Tight and
Stuffed" type of clothes with the Cashmere Turtlenecks,
go out all on seamless and with an Italian look with
Cashmere Turtlenecks, giving you a perfect summer style look with apparel that will keep you comfy in
the cold days... go with mild colours as it simply is the key.....

Try to top up your apparel with Wide Leg Pants
and bring that suave La Italian look with it...

Give out a classic yet more modern look with Stretch
Knit Dress. Blue will be an ideal choice as it will reflect
your apparel with the climate colours and give a soothing
effect to both you and your admirers.....

Save Earth(humour intended) and go crazy with
Organic, Cotton, Funnel Neck Top ... get it as
vibrant white which will look awesome with the
Wide Leg Pants and give a comforting feel to both
the wearer and the wearee(humour, it is the admirer)

Get a little Mexicano and wear the Organic,
Linen Stripe Dress, and start off the new year with
a cool, comfy and stylish array of fashionable clothing

Monday, January 14, 2019

Hardik Pandya Controversy!!!!!

Recently what happened in Bollywood's famous talk show "Koffee with Karan" left everyone shocked and bedazzled with the comments and sexist remarks that famous Indian Youth Cricketers: Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul made.....

Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul have been in the eye of a massive storm following their sexist and racists comments on a popular TV show, Koffee With Karan. After making misogynistic comments on the show, Hardik Pandya took to Twitter to tender an apology. However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was not satisfied with the apology and put the two cricketers under provisional suspension and asked them to return home from Australia.

The TV show was aired on January 6. In the show, Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul talked about their relationships, crushes, favourite movies, actors and actresses. While Rahul kept a level head on his shoulders and chose his words very carefully while replying to Karan Johar's questions throughout the show, it was Hardik Pandya who boasted about hooking up with multiple women and even spoke about how open he is with his parents.

The Baroda all-rounder received a further setback when Gillette terminated its contract him. Pandya was also replaced in the team by Tamil Nadu all-rounder Vijay Shankar for the ongoing ODI series in Australia and India's limited-overs tour of New Zealand later this month.

The duo was also slammed by legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar and World Cup-winning spinner Harbhajan Singh for their controversial remarks.

As the controversy rages on, here is a look at the timeline of events that led to the suspension of Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul:


KL Rahul appeared on the celebrity chat show with teammate and all-rounder Hardik Pandya.

During an hour-long show, Pandya and Rahul talked about their relationships, crushes, favourite movies, actors and actresses.

"When I lost my virginity, I came home and said, 'Main karke aya hai Aaj (I had sex today)'. At a party, my parents asked me 'acha Tera wala (women) Kaun sa hai [who is your interest here?] so I said yeh, yeh, yeh (pointing out women)' and they were like 'waah proud of you beta'," Pandya boasted.

The 25-year-old also said things like, "I like to watch and observe how they (women) move. I'm little from the black side so I need to see how they move," when Karan Johar asked him why he doesn't ask women for their names in nightclubs.

Rahul then went on to reveal how they both decide on who gets to date a girl when Karan Johar asked them what happens when both of them like a particular person? "Up to the woman," Rahul replied.

But Pandya interrupted and said, "Nahi Nahi aisa kuch nahi hai, talent pe hota hai. Jisko mila woh leke jao. It is on talent."

When Karan asked him who he thought should go for therapy, Rahul said: "I think Virat. He needs to calm down. I keep telling him, he's just, he has never had a holiday mode. He's always like 'work, work, work'."

When Karan asked whom would you take fitness advice from? Pandya said "Virat".

Award for the best prankster? Then also he chose "Virat". And the award for the most romantic? Rahul said: "Again, Virat".

Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul talked about their relationships, crushes, favourite movies, actors and actresses.

While Rahul kept a level head on his shoulders and chose his words very carefully while replying to Karan Johar's questions throughout the show, it was Hardik Pandya who got carried away and never really seemed like he quite understood what he was saying throughout the hour-long show.


Hardik Pandya landed himself in deep trouble after appearing on Karan Johar's show Koffee with Karan. His comments did not go down well with his fans and followers of the popular talk show and took to Twitter to apologise for his comments.

"After reflecting on my comments on Koffee with Karan, I would like to apologise to everyone concerned who I may have hurt in any way.

"Honestly, I got a bit carried away with the nature of the show. In no way did I mean to disrespect or hurt anyone's sentiments. Respect," Pandya posted on Twitter.


Pandya's apology came a little too late with the BCCI taking note of what all was said. It is understood that a section of the BCCI wants it's decision makers to penalise Hardik Pandya for his comments on Koffee with Karan.

"What Hardik has spoken at the show speaks poorly of the BCCI and Indian cricket. An apology is not enough and strong action should be taken so that the right example can be set for the younger generation," an official said.


The Committee of Administrators issued a show cause notice to the two Indian cricketers, Hardik Pandya and K L Rahul, and sought an explanation within 24 hours for their remarks on women on a TV show.

The show cause came hours after Pandya apologised for making remarks that were construed as misogynist and sexist on celebrity chat show 'Koffee With Karan', saying he got "carried away by the nature" of the show.

"We have sent show cause notices to Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul for their comments. They have given 24 hours to give an explanation," CoA chief Vinod Rai told PTI.


Criticism started coming Pandya's way soon after and it is learnt that he was ticked off by the BCCI top brass. According to a source, his comments were deemed "crass and cringe-worthy" and might have a bearing on whether Indian cricketers appear on "such non-cricket shows" after this.

"It will be considered whether players should even be allowed to appear on such shows which have got nothing to do with cricket," a BCCI source told PTI.


Hardik Pandya responded to the BCCI show cause notice by saying that he was "sincerely regretful" for the comments he made on the TV show.

In his response to the notice, which gave him 24 hours to explain himself, Pandya said he did not realise that his comments would be found offensive.

"I made an appearance on the chat show where I have made certain statements without realising that these could be disrespectful and offend sensitivities of viewers for which I am sincerely regretful," he wrote in his response, which is in PTI's possession.

"I would like to assure you that there was no malice or any sort of ill-intent on my part to offend anyone or portray any section of the society in a bad light. I made these statements in the flow of the show and had not comprehended the extent to which my statements would be found offensive," he added.

The 25-year-old, who is here for the ongoing series against Australia, vowed never to repeat the behaviour.

"Rest assured I hold the BCCI in the highest regard and will exercise complete discretion and prudence to ensure that such incidents are never repeated in future," he said.


BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary has warned Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul's infamous comments on TV show Koffee With Karan could leave them susceptible to approaches from bookies. Chaudhary feared the players could be targeted by organized syndicates indulging in match-fixing through honey trap route.

In an internal communication to BCCI COA member Diana Edulji, accessed by India Today, Chaudhary writes, "It must be noted that the comments such as the ones that have been made would definitely have painted a large, red target on the back of the players for potential recruiters for the organized syndicates who attempt to indulge in match-fixing across the globe.

"The very first caution that the ICC Anti-Corruption officers give in a briefing to the players is to beware of situations of honey traps and the comments made on the show make it seem that the players may just be ripe for the plucking."

KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya were the first set of cricketers to appear on Koffee With Karan, an entertainment chat show, notorious for opening up celebrities on their personal lives.


Hardik Pandya's father has jumped to the defence of his son, who has been facing severe criticism over his infamous comments.

Reacting to the criticism, Pandya's father Himanshu told mid-day: "I don't think people should read too much into his comments. It was an entertainment show and his comments were made in a light-hearted manner.

"He was only looking to entertain the audience. So, it [his comments] should not be viewed very seriously or negatively. He is an innocent boy with a very fun-loving nature."


India captain Virat Kohli slammed all-rounder Hardik Pandya and opener KL Rahul for the sexist and misogynistic comments they made on the TV show.

"We as the Indian cricket team and responsible cricketers don't align with those views, those were individual opinions. We are still waiting for a decision to be made," Kohli said at a press conference in Sydney.

Committee of Administrators member Diana Edulji recommended "suspension till further action" against India players Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul after the BCCI legal team refused to declare their outrage-evoking comments on women a violation of the code of conduct.

Edulji had initially suggested a two-match suspension for the duo but referred the matter to the legal cell after COA chief Vinod Rai agreed with her and recommended the same.

"It is imperative that players be put under suspension till further course of action is decided for this misconduct as was done in case of (BCCI) CEO (Rahul Johri) when he was sent on leave on sexual harassment matter," read Edulji's response to the legal opinion which is in possession of PTI.

"Based on legal opinion and the final procedure is laid down to address this issue, will recommend that communication is sent to concerned players and team immediately," Edulji wrote in response to recommendations from the Board's legal firm Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.


Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul have been suspended until a pending investigation into their controversial comments.

"Both Pandya and Rahul have been suspended pending an inquiry," PTI quoted Committee of Administrators chief Vindo Rai as saying.

"The duo are being sent back. If they can book tickets then tomorrow or at least by a day after. At this point their chances of making it to the New Zealand tour is also bleak," said a senior BCCI official.

A source in the BCCI also told the PTI that the two cricketers will be issued fresh show cause notices.

"Whether it will be an internal committee of the BCCI or an ad hoc ombudsman who will conduct an inquiry, is yet to be ascertained," the official said.


Harbhajan Singh has slammed KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya who have been suspended by the BCCI over their controversial comments during an appearance on a popular television show, Koffee With Karan.

"It [the suspension] was bound to happen. The BCCI has taken the right decision. That's the way forward too. In this case, there was a lot of talk about sexism, racism and other ill-natured comments. You don't tell these kinds of things on national television. We don't even discuss these things with our friends," Harbhajan told India Today on Friday.

"They have openly said.. 'I have done this, I have done that'. It was shocking to me. Many of my seniors, my friends have been talking about it and it has been shocking to all of them.

"He [Hardik] tried to look cool on TV by putting other players also on the same level. People might think that Harbhajan Singh is one of them, Anil Kumble is also one of them and Sachin Tendulkar is also one of them. We are not like them.

"This is wrong. They need to understand they play cricket and people treat them as gods. They can't go out and say such things while pretending to be cool. You're making fool out of yourself. This definitely was going to happen."


Former India captain and batting great Sunil Gavaskar had lauded the BCCI for suspending Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul and asking them to return home from Australia where Team India is playing a three-match ODI series.

Gavaskar insisted that suspended players shouldn't be rubbing shoulders with their teammates in the dressing room. The batting great's comments come after media reports claimed that the India team management was mulling to keep Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul with the team despite the BCCI suspending them until a pending inquiry.

"They [the BCCI] have dealt with it [the controversy]. From what I read in the newspapers today, they have sent them back or asked them to come back. That's a right way to send a signal," Gavaskar told Sony Six on Saturday.

"If you do things that bring your team and the game into disrepute, then you can't be part of the team. Of course, the inquiry will then establish what further action, if at all needed, has to be taken.

"They have been asked to come back and I believe it's the correct step because you can't have suspended players travelling with the team or staying in the same room. They have got to be kept away. Otherwise, what's the point of the suspension? If they are going to enjoy the perks of being with the team."


Committee of Administrators (COA) chief Vinod Rai has proposed a quick inquiry into much-criticised comments made by suspended cricketers Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul but Diana Edulji fears it will be construed as a "cover-up" job.

The two-member Committee of Administrators (COA) is yet again divided and this time on how the inquiry into the latest controversy should be conducted.

"We should be in no hurry to conduct the inquiry as it would then look like a cover-up job being done," Edulji wrote in her email response after Rai wanted the inquiry to be completed quickly as team strength has gone down from 15 to 13.

"We must take a view by the time second ODI gets over as we cannot afford to debilitate team strength due to delinquent behaviour on the part of some player," Rai had written.


Hardik Pandya received a further setback. Hardik Pandya has lost his endorsement deal with Gillette after the Koffee with Karan controversy. Pandya and KL Rahul were suspended and have been ordered to return home from Australia following their sexist comments on the TV show.


Shubman Gill and Vijay Shankar have been named replacements for Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul for the remainder of the ODI series in Australia and the limited-over series in New Zealand. Pandya and Rahul were suspended and ordered to return home after their controversial comments on TV show Koffee with Karan.

Vijay Shankar, who made his T20I debut in March 2018, will join the India squad ahead of the second ODI against Australia, on January 15 in Adelaide. Meanwhile, Gill, who has earned a senior national team call-up for the first time, will join the team only during the New Zealand tour, consisting of five ODIs and three T20Is from January 23.


Union Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP, Babul Supriyo has slammed Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Committee of Administrators (CoA) member, Diana Edulji for trying to "destroy" the careers of Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul, who have been suspended pending an inquiry over their "inappropriate comments" on a popular television show.

Supriyo, also a playback singer, expressed concerns with the way senior BCCI officials have handled the situation and added Edulji had contemplated extreme steps with regards to the punishments meted out to Hardik and Rahul.

"With due & utter respect to Diana Edulji & her contribution to Indian cricket, May I say that her thinking has got 'fossil' to contemplate such extreme stepsWhat Hardik said is deplorable but there has to be some prudence in the way such senior minds handle the young ones (sic)," Supriyo wrote on Twitter.

"There is 'Thick' line between reprimanding someone and destroying them !! My plea to these seniors: please behave your ages, gentlemen & ladies. Rest my case (sic)."

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Play Mobile Games with your Children...

Not often do we see parents scolding their children over mobile games and often we see that parents lecture their children on how it can damage their brains and can get them into some bad manners!!!

Although, in the 21st century, it will be quite wrong that parents to limit their kids from playing games as it would only make them feel tempted to at least play it once... So, there were a lot of research and surveys conducted by scientists and researchers to properly find a solution to this virtual problem...

The answer was, ironically, that "Parents shouldn't discourage their children to not play video games, instead they should give them a time schedule as to when they are allowed to play and when not!!!
Also it is quite effective that a parent should acknowledge the games that their children are playing and monitor and mentor them as to get along with various difficult levels"; Researchers concluded their statement by saying that "Parents who support their kids in playing video games will only be able to make a strong bond between the kid and the parent and will only help to make the kid more confident...." The statement kind of gives a laugh to today's parents, yet this is the technology era and no one can disagree more!!!!

So.... the Question arises " Which games should we make them play, then????" The Ans is right here:

"Mobile Games that Parents can Play with their Children"

Marble Mixer :

This is a simple but awesome take on marbles that’s perfect for playing with the family. Up to four players huddle round and battle it out on three different boards, and you can also choose to add A.I. opponents to make up the numbers. It’s really quick and it’s great fun, making Marble Mixer an ideal game to bust out at quiet moments.

iOS and Android, $2 (no in-app purchases)

Snail Bob 2 :

Released in September, Snail Bob 2 is a neat physics puzzler that’s ideal for parents to play with their kids. The puzzles are diverse and interesting, Bob is super cute, and it features levels and costumes you can unlock without any expensive in-app purchases. Oh, and it has plenty of pop culture references for keen-eyed parents to spot while they’re helping save Bob from certain doom.

iOS and Android, $3 (no in-app purchases, and reduced to $1 on iOS at the time of writing)

Wrestle Jump :

Wrestle Jump is as simple as multiplayer games get. You battle against your opponent using just one button (which makes your fighter straighten their legs and jump), trying to knock their head to the ground before yours. If someone’s proving too good, you can always throw in hazards like ice to help level the playing field.

iOS, $2 (no in-app purchases)

DragonBox Algebra :

DragonBox Algebra is the benchmark for educational games. It presents algebraic concepts as a series of puzzles that gradually build from simple manipulable images to more traditional symbols, letting kids as young as 5 grasp complicated mathematical principles while having fun. It’s best played together, and parents might end up learning as much as their children.

iOS and Android, $5 (no in-app purchases)

The Room :

I’ve had a ton of fun playing The Room with my daughter. The groundbreaking game is great for encouraging discussion as you manipulate and explore the devilishly clever 3D puzzle boxes, trying to discover their secrets. And when you’re finally done, you can try out the game’s two equally great sequels.

iOS and Android, $1 (no in-app purchases, and free on iOS at the time of this writing)

Scribblenauts Remix :

Scribblenauts is an awesome puzzle series, but if you want to make cool stuff — and you can make a whole bunch of cool stuff — you need to be able to type (and spell). So it provides an ideal opportunity to sit and play alongside a younger family member, thinking up crazy plans together and watching them play out.

iOS and Android, $1 (with in-app purchases)

Astro Duel :

Inspired by classic multiplayer games like Super Bomberman, Astro Duel pits two players against each other in a space battle across 10 different dynamic arenas. You can also use iPhones or gamepads as controllers to make it a four-player affair.

iOS, $5 (no in-app purchases)

Reverse Charades :

If regular charades feels a little tired, this digital twist will help spice things up. Instead of one player acting out the cards, the whole team acts them out for one person to guess. With rounds of 30, 60, or 90 seconds, it’s a fast-paced game that’s great for a family gathering.

iOS and Android, free (with in-app purchases for card packs)

Bam Fu :

Bam Fu is a competitive multiplayer game where players stab at the screen, competing to make coloured tiles their own. With multiple layouts and support for up to four players, it’s a great game to have on hand while waiting in line. Just be mindful not to take it too seriously as things can get pretty frantic with four hands fighting over one screen.

iOS, $1 (with no in-app purchases). Android, free (in-app purchase to unlock 3-4 players)

Fruit Ninja :

Fruit Ninja was one of the big early mobile success stories, and its local split-screen multiplayer makes for a frantic, fast-paced, and free diversion. Sit head-to-head over your tablet and compete for the highest score.

iOS and Android, free (with in-app purchases)

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Bollywood's Army march on to meet India's PM

Mumbai |  Yesterday, Bollywood's Stars had a  special meeting with India's PM Narendra Modi... The main topic for the meeting was related to films but all the talk was of the future of Indian Cinema and Culture which was to be depicted on the Screens......

Meeting with the PM were actors Ranveer Singh, Siddharth Malhotra, Varun Dhawan, Ayushman Khurrana, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Ranbir Kapoor, Bhumi Pedhnekar, Rajkumar Rao, Directors Rohit Shetty, Ekta Kapoor and Karan Jhor with Ashwini Ayyar Tiwari and along with them, many other celebrities....India's PM Narendra Modi had a talk with all the actors and directors about the impact on films on India's Culture(Sanskriti) All the actors spoke their opinion.... of what they felt about this topic....

Moreover, discussions were held over how the Film Industry should progress...... and not only that, everyone gave their opinion over how our India's culture with discriminatory and prejudiced values could be changed with a fresh perspective....

The most positive thing was, that everyone is expecting what results would be seen after this meeting...PM Narendra Modi also, had attended for a meeting last year, with all the actors.. yet one striking thing that made the 'news' was no female actor was seen in the meeting... Yet this time we can see a fresh catalouge of inspiring actresses...

Last Year, PM Narendra Modi had talks with filmmaker Karan Johar and Actor Akshay Kumar regarding the industry's development... over which Karan Johar tweeted " Its very positive listening to PM Narendra over our film industry's contribution to India's Culture which is the Soft Power Core to the Other industries and work towards making it more strong and firm"......

Friday, December 28, 2018

History of 'Sabyasachi'

'Sabyasachi' a very trendy name, which has enrolled itself into 2018's India most Trending Words Catalog.......is one of 2018 most talked about word... What is Sabyasachi.. How is it... Why is it so famous.....

To know the answer of all these questions we have to go back to 1990s the era of modernisation of India... where new infrastructural developments were taking place.... Urban hubs were developing like anything .. era of Famous Communal riots in India.....Foreign Countries were putting their interests in 'India', while all this was happening in the background...... Somewhere in Kolkata , you would see a person that would forever change the traditional wear customs of India......

Sabyasachi Mukherjee a middle-class family boy graduated from NIFT(National Institute of Fashion Technology) and opened up his eponymous label under the workforce of 3 people.. After earning an internship with Georgina van Etzdorf , he returned back to India, retailing at all major stores here.....

In 2002, Sabyasachi Mukerjee participated at the India Fashion Week which got positive feedbacks from the press. During the spring of 2003, he made his first international runway, with the "Grand Winner Award" at the Mercedes Benz New Asia Fashion week in Singapore, which paved his way to a workshop in Paris by Jean Paul Gaultier and Azzedine Alaia. In his collection "Kora" at the Lakme Fashion Week 2003, he used unbleached and hand woven fabrics with Kantha and other hand embroideries

In 2006, Sabyasachi’s debut Spring Summer collection’07 at New York Fashion Week earned him critical acclaim and his label started selling world-wide. The essence of this collection was based on folklore, glamour, simplicity, modern architecture and intricate detailing. There was a marked influence of paintings from the seventeenth and eighteenth century like Brueghel, Claude Monet and others. He used dark jeweled colors with muted shades accentuated with subtle texturing and indigenous embroidery. He is the only Indian designer to be a part of all three leading fashion weeks: New York, Milan and London. Sabyasachi believes that the unique positioning of Indian designers is due to the exclusivity of his homeland with its rich history and culture. He believes that Indian designers bring a flavor to the west that is no longer perceived as only exotic but also a rich blend of individuality and sensitivity.

In 2012, the designer styled a calendar for which Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia dressed up as famous painter Frida Kahlo,[13] who has been the designer's inspiration for the Grand Finale at WIFW Autumn-Winter 2011 where the models walked the ramp wearing Frida Kahlo-esque rose headbands and wire-rimmed glasses
Sabyasachi also made its firm mark in Bollywood as Anushka Sharma wore a pale pink lehenga and Virat Kohli wore an ivory raw silk sherwani in their glamorous wedding.....
Also, Latest in 2018 Deepika Padukone wore a red lehenga and Ranveer Singh wore an red raw silk sherwani designed by Sabyasachi at their high-profile wedding....