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Chris Woakes.couture?strictly in the Indian contexthas become synonymous with bridalwear and over the yearswe have come to terms with it Gaurav Guptahoweverstrengthened our faith in the future of couture with his latest collection titled Lightfall on Sundaythe last day of PCJ Delhi Couture Week The range he created was probably farthest away from bridalwear among the collections we saw this season His forte lies in introducing new silhouettes and taking forward the story of the lehenga and the sari gowns that he is known for Lightfall was no different Gupta used fabrics such as jerseygeorgettesoft mesh and laceand colours such as moon greyecrudull goldchampagneteal and pop neons (that reminded us of his 2012 couture collection) The models walked the runway in fitted gowns with palluslehengas with chain worksee-through gowns with black shimmery patternsand pleated sari gowns Our favourites were the creations in white a one-shoulder gown and a sari with bright gold work on the blouse with sheer sleeves and a lehenga gown in red and orange with exaggerated shoulders Actor Kalki Koechlin looked resplendent in a thigh-high slit golden gown and a big smile on her face While the ensembles spelt out couture just rightthe innovativebig ear cuffs by Monica Sharma for Atelier Monwhich Gupta paired them withalso deserves a mention Somya Lakhani Manish Malhotra Memories of Raj DAYS before designer Manish Malhotras finale show at the PCJ Delhi Couture Weekon Sunday nighthe spoke about being inspired by the fashion sensibilities of the elite of the 30s India We obviously expected him to incorporate the regalia and the elegance that is so reminiscent of that time in his couture collection Howevernot once did we think he would go all the way in creating an ambience and set that would take everyone seated in the audience on a journey to a town hall of that era Vintage coucheschairstablesvases and lamps adorned the ramp that also doubled as a seating area for Malhotras guests The show began with models walking down the ramp in long kurtasthat resembled gownswith vintage necklines As oldscratchy records played in the backgroundMalhotras floor-sweeping anarkalismermaid gowns and straight-fitankle-length kurtas with side slits in neon colours sashayed down the vintage ballroom-like ramp Malhotra weaved a story of the cross-cultural fashion that existed among the educated under the rule of the Raj Gowns with bandhgala necklines teamed with sheer dupattaspuff sleeves on gowns with traditional gold embroidery and loose-fitting full-sleeved blouses with lehengas introduced the British influence on Indian silhouettes The colour palette also reflected this amalgamation of style and thoughtwith red and blue making several appearances Malhotra used velvet and silk extensively and added a vintage touch to the ensembles by using Chantilly lace on blouses The models sported middle parting with buns and pouty red lips that made the presentation even more charming For menMalhotra stuck to short sherwanis in velvet with golden embroidery and teamed it with pants and tight churidars An opulent setgramophone musicexperimental seating arrangement and extraordinary embroideries and silhouettes on the ramp were enough to mesmerise the audience But Malhotra added more oomph to his show by making actor Deepika Padukone walk the runway in a blue velvet lehenga with heavy gold embroidery For the curtain callMalhotra and Padukone were accompanied by Shah Rukh Khanwearing a plainblack three-piece suitsporting a pony tailcausing screaming fits and a frenzy among the women present A befitting finaleto say the least Ritu Beri:Bling It On IT was halfway through designer Ritu Beris show on Saturday nightthat we imagined a rebellion of sorts As singer Jasbir Jassi belted out Punjabi folk songswe had a vision of the models getting rid of all the extra swathes of fabric that they were covered in and walking out While this didnt happenthe couture collection titled Punjabi Rock n Roll was over-the-topwith unnecessary layering Inspired by the traditional wedding rituals of PunjabBeri seemed to have picked up all the fabric she could get her hands on to create this range She used silk velvetbrocadesatin and net to create ghaghraspatiala salwarsjackets and sari gownsin rich colours Swarovskizardozi and gota worksequins and thread work added to the bling The colour palette was loud and boisterous with goldblueredfuschiaorangemaroon and red Veteran model Jesse Randhawathe showstoppersmiledwalked and even danced on the ramp in what can only be called a layered gown Manish Arora:Indian by Choice It was a set straight out of a 70s Bollywood over-the-top dream sequencewhere marriages are made in heaven and apsaras dance around the couple Cardboard cutouts of bright red heartsfloating swans and bejewelled elephants and colourful earthen pots these were just teasers before Manish Aroras show on Saturday The designer presented bridal couture from his label Indian by Manish Arora (launched in 2012)for the first time at the Delhi Couture Week Aroras bride-to-be had the traditional fused with the unconventional His inspirations from the Baroque eraBuddhist temples and Indian jewellery created silhouettes in the form of silk brocade lehengasbandhgalasanarkaliskurta-churidars and saris These were adorned with neon bindisnose ringsjackets studded with stoneseye masksmohawk maang-teekas and an occasional bridal mukut worn as a sideways head gear Indian bride goes femme fatale We thought so Perhaps it was the music from Gangs of Wasseypurbut as models sashayed in one by onewe found each creation more rooted than before Starting with retro-looking sequined and zardozi-laden kurta-churidarsthe collection gave way to bridal lehengaslike those seen in small towns or villages where the fabrics do not shy from a display of glitter or bright colours HereArora used silk crepeVaranasi silk brocadegeorgette and chiffon with bold geometric patterns along with heartstiger and peacock motifs as well as digital prints Awash in psychedelic printsAroras hinterland bride fitted in perfectly in the visual panorama of his cardboard heaven Pallavi Pundir For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 30 2013 4:23 am Related News The family members of the Sector 45 resident who died after his two-wheeler hit stray cattle met the Mayor Subhash Chawla on Monday seeking the inclusion of agenda pertaining to giving a job to the widow of the deceased in the meeting of the general house BJP leaders in a meeting held on Monday have decided to bring this as a table agenda in the meeting scheduled for Tuesday In an earlier meeting with the Mayora discussion was held on holding a discussion on the issue in the MC House The family members have been demanding compensation and a jobblaming the civic body for the death It was decided that a discussion would be held in the meeting of the general house and the decision taken there would be accepted While the meeting is scheduled for Tuesdaythe agenda has not been included The family members have alleged that the mother of the victim suffered a heart attack due to this They had earlier also met the UT Adviserbut received no reassurance The BJP will be proposing a table agenda demanding Rs 10 lakh compensation to be given to the family by the Municipal Corporation along with a job to his wife It is being demanded that instead of seeking help from the Administrationthe MC should take action on its own The issue is likely to lead to ruckus in the MC House After the accidentshifting of the stray cattle from the city has been started The cattle is being shifted in batches of 60 In the first phase 550 stray cattle will be shifted to Delhi and Garhshanker The other issues that would be discussed in the meeting will be dissolving the committee that was to decide on the technology of the Sewerage Treatment Plant to be installed in Chandigarh The BJP alleges that the committee has visited one plant and the other was to be visited before submission of the report Howeverthe chairman of the committee who was a Congress councillor resigned before the task was completed F&CC meet cancellation The BJP councillors criticised the cancellation of the meeting of the Finance and Contract Committee at the last minute BJP councillor Arun Sood said that this is the second time that the meeting was canceled barely an hour before it was scheduled and that they have not received any satisfactory reason Mayor Subhash Chawla meanwhile stated that the meeting was canceled due to the Municipal Commissioner and one of the councillors not being available For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe appeared in public on Friday for the first time since the army took charge as the ruling party made plans to force him to step down after more than three decades in power Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe attends a university graduation ceremony in Harare Zimbabwe November 17 2017 REUTERS/Philimon BulawayoThe president who is 93 opened a graduation ceremony at Zimbabwe Open University in Harare He wore blue and yellow academic robes and a mortar board hat and appeared to fall asleep in his chair as his eyes closed and his head lolled Mugabe led the country’s liberation struggle and has dominated its politics since independence in 1980 but this week’s army takeover signals the collapse of his authority despite his insistence he remains in charge A senior member of the ZANU-PF ruling party said it wanted him gone “If he becomes stubborn we will arrange for him to be fired on Sunday” the source said “When that is done it’s impeachment on Tuesday” In contrast the military said in a statement on national television it was “engaging” with Mugabe It referred to him as Commander in Chief and said it would announce an outcome as soon as possible The ruling ZANU-PF party has called for a mass meeting in the capital on Saturday to show its support for the War Veterans group in their bid to remove Mugabe Mugabe is revered as an elder statesman and independence leader but he is also viewed by many in Africa as a president who crippled his country by remaining in power too long He calls himself the grand old man of African politics The army appears to want him to go quietly and allow a transition to Emmerson Mnangagwa whose sacking last week as vice president triggered the takeover A goal of the generals is to prevent Mugabe handing power to his wife Grace who appeared on the cusp of power after Mnangagwa was pushed out “NO GOING BACK” Zimbabwe’s official newspaper the Herald ran photographs late on Thursday showing Mugabe grinning and shaking hands with military chief General Constantino Chiwenga who seized power this week The images stunned Zimbabweans who said it meant Mugabe was managing to hold out against Chiwenga’s coup Some political sources said he was trying to delay his departure until elections scheduled for next year The ZANU-PF source said that was not the case Anxious to avoid a protracted stalemate party leaders were drawing up plans to dismiss Mugabe at the weekend if he refused to quit the source said “There is no going back” the source told Reuters “It’s like a match delayed by heavy rain with the home side leading 90-0 in the 89th minute” The army is camped on his doorstep Grace Mugabe is under house arrest and her key political allies are in military custody The police once a bastion of support have showed no signs of resistance Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe attends a university graduation ceremony in Harare Zimbabwe November 17 2017 REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYFurthermore he has little popular backing in the capital a stronghold of support for opposition parties that have tapped into the anger and frustration at his handling of the economy which collapsed after the seizure of white-owned farms in 2000 Unemployment is now running at nearly 90 percent and chronic shortages of hard currency have triggered hyperinflation with the prices of imports rising as much as 50 percent a month Mugabe has won a series of elections but his critics in Africa and the West say his handling of the economy has been disastrous and he has used violence to maintain power Botswana’s President Ian Khama told him to resign “I don’t think anyone should be President for that amount of time We are Presidents We are not monarchs It’s just common sense” Khama said Speaking at a Southern African Development Community meeting in Botswana’s capital Gaborone South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma struck a different chord Slideshow (9 Images)“We note with great concern the unfolding political development in Zimbabwe and we hope that they will not lead to unconstitutional change of government” Zuma said “VERY STUBBORN” Dumiso Dabengwa a Zimbabwean liberation war veteran and KGB-trained former intelligence chief said Mugabe’s fate was sealed but old age was causing him to dig in his heels “At his age everybody becomes very stubborn and he would be no exception” he told reporters in Johannesburg “He certainly will not do it easily but I think the people will show him that he’s no longer wanted” US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Friday urged “a quick return to civilian rule” in Zimbabwe “Zimbabwe has an opportunity to set itself on a new path one that must include democratic elections and respect for human rights” Tillerson told the foreign ministers from the African continent ahead of a meeting in Washington The United States a longtime Mugabe critic is seeking “a new era” the State Department’s top official for Africa said an implicit call for Mugabe to quit In an interview with Reuters acting US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Donald Yamamoto appeared to dismiss the idea of keeping Mugabe in an interim or ceremonial role “It’s a transition to a new era for Zimbabwe that’s really what we’re hoping for” Yamamoto said For its part China’s Foreign Ministry called for a peaceful resolution in Zimbabwe under a legal framework This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Written by Suanshu Khurana | New Delhi | Updated: October 10 2015 9:12 am Ravindra Jain was undergoing treatment at the Lilavati hospital for the past few days Related News In 1993 when colour television was only a decade old director Ramanand Sagar invited Lord Krishna into our living rooms And his interpretation on every Sunday would begin with a profound full-throated call to the flute god along with soft bell gongs The raga was Yaman — not many were familiar with the name but a “matured voice as if it knew the stories about to be told” swirled out of the television sets And as composer and singer Ravindra Jain crooned this title song for a TV series many with folded hands bowed in front of their bulky TV sets while a hazy image of Krishna flashed on the screen Jain’s music in Sagar’s previous venture Ramayana had already found much appreciation with a TV-viewing India while his iconic film tracks such as Akhiyon Ke Jharokhe Se Geet gata chal Gori tera gaon Chithi ae Le jayenge dilwale dulhaniya Jab deep jale aana and numerous others were always remembered with much fondness Jain the blind maverick whose command over devotional music and film music is considered “matchless” died at the Lilavati Hospital on Friday evening after a multiple-organ failure He was 71 He is survived by his wife and poet Divya Jain and son Ayushmaan Jain was in Nagpur for a concert when he fell sick and was admitted to Wockhardt Hospital After his condition deteriorated he was airlifted on Wednesday The cremation will take place at the Santa Cruz crematorium Saturday evening Before that his body will be kept at singer Suresh Wadkar’s house in Ajivasan Building for musicians and fans to pay their last respects Jain’s contemporary and music composer Usha Khanna told The Indian Express “Every piece he created for Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana or Krishna felt as if that is the only way it could have been composed One can’t imagine any other tune to create such an impact These were serials that remain extremely close to people’s hearts and the music played such an important role there As for the films the scores of Akhiyon Ke Jharokhe Se and Ram Teri Ganga Maili are absolutely iconic There will be no other Ravindra Jain ever again” Singer Malini Awasthi who had been learning music from Jain and used to sing at his concerts said it is not just his compositions but also the poetry that was extraordinary “He was special Not because he was blind but because he had the talents of a lyricist as well as a composer What was amazing was that we jot down every little detail in our diaries and he remembered everything he wrote and composed It was brilliant” she said Jain’s brother and producer Mahender Jain said his last project was translation of the Quran “It’s so hard to remember even one aayat from the Quran but he in a 22-year-long project not only remembered but understood everything He said the idea was that everyone — Hindus and Muslims — should understand the meaning in the holy book” he said suanshukhurana@expressindiacom For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: June 16 2016 2:16 am Top News Despite protests the proposed extension of the Juhu airstrip on Juhu beach will be undertaken the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has confirmed The extension of the runway is aimed at better services for private operators at the Juhu aerodrome “The development of Juhu airport which includes extension of runway on the beach is still under consideration Further the necessary planning for developing the runway is also in process for which a team of consultants has been appointed by the AAI The consultancy is likely to give their reports to us in another four-five months from now” said M K Bimal Juhu Airport Director Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The phase-I of the project also includes night landing facilities for aircraft augmentation of dispersal area making a terminal building and development of an aviation museum Among these the airport has already received a green signal for allowing night landing for aircraft on the Juhu aerodrome premises Major beneficiaries of the project will include the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) which uses the Juhu airstrip to ferrry personnel to its offshore oil rigs at Bombay High “We had been after the airport authorities to increase the timings of landing at the airport Any delay in bringing back the aircraft was either making us pay huge amounts as penalty or base them at Santacruz airport Allowing night landings has only relaxed the duties of our captains who can bring back the helicopters safely without having to rush” an ONGC spokesperson said Commenting on how it will be beneficial to them the spokesperson added “The extension of runway will also increase our options with aircraft movement From hovering in the air to wait till the traffic is cleared our aircraft can now find an easy entry point and quicker landing options if extension of the runway gets cleared We are waiting for the project to be approved soon” Sanjay Kumar General Manager of Pawan Hans Pvt Ltd which operates chopper services from the Juhu aerodrome said “The extension of runway calls for the development of civil aviation in itself This will lead to more development and opportunities with increasing the capacity of the airport towards flying more aircraft from here However we will have to do a detailed study of the project before approving any major change” Pawan Hans is also another major private operator supplying carriers and facilitating flying services from Juhu airport However activists have contended that the Juhu aerodrome’s expansion on the beach would be difficult owing to ownership of the land “In the copy of the draft Development Plan it is clearly mentioned that the beach is not a property owned by the AAI We have also filed an RTI to confirm the same The beach is the only open space left for residents around Juhu and we fear the extension of runway will endanger the same” said Godfrey Pimenta an activist Opposing the claim Bimal said “The development plan of the airport is done in such a way that it will not interfere with the activities of either the residents or stall-owners at Juhu beach They are completely in synergy with the beauty and delight of the beach” On June 5 activists had protested against the extension of runway and development of coastal project at Juhu airport as a mark to reserve their open space nehakulkarni@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeijing:China opened a 409-kilometre newexpressway costing about $58 billion linking Tibet’sprovincial capital Lhasa with Nyingchi which is close toArunachal Pradesh border The 409-km toll-free expressway has linked the two majorcities which are also tourist attractions in Tibet state-runXinhua news agencyreported The expressway cuts Lhasa-Nyingchi travel time from eightto five hours at a speed limit of 80 kilometres per hour The construction cost 38 billion yuan (USD 58 billion)? 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