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2014 8:23 am Rahul Gandhi meets the fishing community members in a Versova village Thursday. (IE photo:Pradip Das) Related News Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was stumped briefly when one of the locals in Versova fishing village that he visited Thursday morning asked him which side he was on Expressing fears that builders were eyeing fish markets because of the zooming land prices Rajshri Bhanji a fisherwoman asked the Gandhi scion “We want to know whose side are you on us or the builders” Gandhi who had had a 40-minute interaction with the fishing community representatives replied he was always on the side of the weaker sections of the society About 400 fishermen from nearby fishing villages apprised the Congress leader of various problems faced by them such as the rising cost of diesel and alleged neglect from the state government Since a large number of issues raised were local in nature Gandhi was unable to answer many of them relying mostly on Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and MP Gurudas Kamat who were accompanying him Fishermen also asked for a separate fisheries ministry While Gandhi responded positively Chavan intervened to say there was budgetary provision of about Rs 1600 crore for the animal husbandry department under which the fisheries department fell There was also a demand for expansion of Sasoon Docks in south Mumbai Another local highlighted the need for loans from nationalised banks at low interest rates Acknowledging that 22 lakh people in Mumbai depend on fishing and allied activities for their livelihood Gandhi said they should have political representation For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 8 2012 5:03 am Related News Over 40 crates of cold drinks confiscated Police and the UT Health Department on Tuesday raided a manufacturing unit in Industrial AreaPhase Iand arrested two in connection with selling spurious drinks under the brand name of PepsiCo Inca snacksfoods and beverages manufacturing company Over 40 crates of cold drinks were confiscated in the raid conducted by Police Special Technical Operation Cell (STOC) and the Food Safety Cell of the UT Health Departmentfollowing a complaint by PepsiCo According to policethe company had approached a detective agency in Sector 34following suspicion that illegally prepared soft drinks were being sold under their brand name Police said the accused bought old company bottles form scrap dealers and filled them with locally prepared drink The label would have the brand name spelt differently while the bottle caps and seals would carry the brand name of Coca-Cola The recovered drinks were being sold under misleading names like Himalayan DewFoster premier fruit beerMango Mazza and Orange Cola Around 12 crates of Foster premium fruit beer and 25 crates of Mango Mazza were confiscatedamong other loose bottles The drinks were being manufactured in highly unhygienic conditions and samples were collected and sent for testing?

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Netaji wants to expedite the process by selecting observers, said a party leader The SP leader said the observers would visit the constituenciescollect feedback about aspirants and submit names of the three best possible candidates for each constituency The three probable candidates will be interviewed by senior leaders to select one name The party has activated district units as part of the election preparations All district offices have been asked to install fax machines; MPs and MLAs have been asked to visit the district party office regularly; and the district units have been directed to receive applications regarding peoples grievances and forward them for necessary actionas well as keep records For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | Boston | Published: February 11 2010 9:07 am Related News Three genes linked to a rare metabolic disorder may also cause some cases of stutteringresearchers said on Wednesday in a finding that could lead to a new treatment for the speech condition Two of the genes are used by brain cells as part of a waste recycling processthe researchers reported in the New England Journal of Medicine A third has no other known role “This is the first study to pinpoint specific gene mutations as the potential cause of stutteringa disorder that affects 3 million Americans” Dr James Batteydirector of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorderssaid in a statement About 5 per cent of preschoolers and 1 per cent of adults stutter or stammer Researchers at the NIDCDpart of the US National Institutes of Healthstudied 123 Pakistani people with and without stutteringincluding 46 from a family heavily affected by the condition Then they compared their DNA to more than 500 people from the United States and Britainhalf who stuttered and half who did not None of the people who did not stutter had the genetic mutations Doctors have known for years that genetics play a role in stutteringa speech disorder in which a person repeats or prolongs soundssyllablesor words Therapies include strategies as reducing anxietyregulating breathing and rate of speechand using electronic devices to help improve fluency Howeverthe study supports the idea that biological differences in the brain underlie stuttering This study may explain about 9 per cent of cases Simon Fisher of Oxford University said many questions remain about how a waste disposal gene might translate into a stutter “The task of connecting the dots between genes and stuttering is just beginning” he wrote in a commentary Two of the genes are involved in disorders called mucolipidosis II and mucolipidosis IIIin which waste accumulates in cellscausing jointheartliverspeech and other problems But the volunteers in the study who stuttered were not ill because they only had one defective copy of the genes “ML disorders are recessive” geneticist Dennis Drayna of NIDCDwho led the studysaid in a statement “You need to have two copies of a defective gene in order to get the disease Nearly all of the unrelated individuals in our study who stuttered had only one copy of the mutation” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | New Delhi | Published: August 30 2015 1:00 am Sanchayita Bhattacharjee during a performance of A Woman Alone Top News Had she remained in her kitchen chef Sanchayita Bhattacharjee would not have met the Housewife “She is like a fiery curry that starts slow melts in your mouth and then hits you in the back of your head” says Bhattacharjee who plays the central character in A Woman Alone a black comedy about a simple housewife whose jealous husband keeps her imprisoned in their house Only a seasoned actor can make this seem funny Bhattacharjee a Le Cordon Bleu chef with her own multi-cuisine restaurant in the heart of Kolkata drew upon a lifetime of acting and cooking for this role — she crafted it like an onion with hysterical and humorous layers arranged like peels over a green core — and played it to critical acclaim Like Bhattacharjee some of India’s best-known actors are emerging from different professional fields They have full-time jobs but end their evenings with theatre IAS officer Rakesh Gupta donned a pink bow tie and turned into an eligible bachelor in the musical Hello Dolly Smita Mazumdar Rajaram deputy director of a social developmental communication consultancy recently played the femme fatale at the heart of a murder trial in The Kambatta Case inspired by the 1959 Nanavati scandal The Importance of Being Earnest’s lovesick maiden Cecily is in reality number-crunching business analyst Rishibha Kawatra “With a script in hand I walk into somebody else’s life and discover facets of different human beings in myself” says Bhattacharjee who has been performing for 40 years Don’t look for drama school degrees in this crowded community but listen instead to the stories of passion Most working professionals have been with theatre since it brought them fame in school while others such as Vijay Crishna executive director of Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Co Ltd and a veteran of 100 productions came to it while working and never left Unlike classical or fine arts theatre does not demand constant worship and is free from the self-flagellation of performance art Vijay Crishna Few stage regulars would call theatre a medium of relaxation Exhaustion is a more likely answer with lightning streaks of exhilaration at intervals The hurly burly of a production includes turning up at every rehearsal and show day learning lines remembering “blocking” or movements on stage costume fittings designing sets booking auditoriums and making it all look effortless There are long train journeys in the second class unlimited chai and penny pinching a world apart from boardrooms and coffee-shop networking In the closed space of a hall a group of passionate individuals forget their own lives and step into somebody else’s nightmare or celebration They who cannot appreciate this pain or pleasure do not belong for theatre chooses its own Ekant Kaul as Babur in the play Sons of Babur “Certain shows don’t let you sleep” says Mumbai-based seafood exporter and sound engineer Gautam Dhanu who has worked with Alyque and Raell Padamsee extensively Among the few people who never wanted to be an actor Dhanu specialises in soundscaping plays from Jesus Christ Superstar to Sound of Music to Between the Lines During the day he sources seafood from coastal regions tracks trade figures executes international orders despatches stock to hotels and airlines and monitors the progress on his shrimp farm in Srivardhan near Mumbai “The only relaxation that takes my mind off work is theatre” he says and proceeds to describe a routine that sounds even more aggressive than his job Actors might get a backstage breather but Dhanu is tuned to his sound equipment his eyes on the script and his imagination rolling through the scenes “I am scared every time be it the first show or the 50th If the mike has to go on when a singer performs it has to go off immediately afterwards If the doorbell doesn’t ring at the right time or the telephone doesn’t sound it can throw an actor off” he says Some shows are so challenging that they require an input every 30 seconds “After a two-hour play it takes a long time to recover Every scene thunders back into my mind line by line for the next three days” he says adding happily “To win the day is the perfect reward” Gautam Dhanu After 50 years in the corporate sector and as an actor Crishna shares Dhanu’s passion “How do I make time for theatre is sometimes more of a challenge and sometimes less but it is always a challenge Every job has deadlines you have to come up with the goods to manage it” says Mumbai-based Crishna who has been on stage since 1965 and did not stop as he changed jobs and cities Serious roles such as Iago a dangerous friend to Kabir Bedi’s Hamlet and Macbeth make up his repertoire The 70-year-old was recently in Slovenia with Take Me In Your Hands a play about a man of letters who meets a girl of action as she wanders into his bookshop “As a result of the work I do in theatre I am a better person at work Working with people is a complex thing In theatre we work with actors technicians and production persons Each one of us has to work in sync with the other I think it made me understand people better” says Crishna The working professionals have as long a play list as full-time theatrepeople — and their survival instincts have been sharpened by chasing deadlines Delhi-based Ekant Kaul is an engineer whose client includes UIDAI as well as an astute actor of 300 productions in 20 years He was “ready to drop dead on a laptop at 6 pm” one tough day in office when he remembered that rehearsal would start in an hour “When I arrived the director gave me the script for Kuchh Ishq Kiya Kuchh Kaam and said the show was in 10 days I was playing the lead the poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz Ten days There was no time for family or friends I used every moment to read on Faiz watch his videos and learn his Urdu poems As I panicked Faiz came to my rescue He had been a carefree man who wrote romantic poetry when he was in jail I told myself that I would not worry No more stress Let me do it the way Faiz would have wanted” says Kaul On opening night he arrived with a flourish and ended with a perfectly executed poem The audience was on its feet “They were clapping and applauding and I realised why I loved theatre so much I use my office leave days for theatre shows and tours miss birthdays and cousins’ weddings but that is a world well lost” he says Story appeared in print with theheadlineArt is long and life is short For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: March 1 2012 9:08 am Related News Two fishermen were killed and three others reported missing when an unidentified ship collided with their boat off Alappuzha coast in the early hours on Thursdaythe second incident involving fishermen in the Kerala coast in the last fortnight Two fishermen were rescued by the crew of other boats in the seadistrict authorities said The boatDwan-IIhad ventured to sea from Neendakara fishing harbour on Sunday with seven fishermen aboard The NavyCoast Guard and Marine Enforcement have launched a search to spot and identify the ship and find out how exactly the mishap occurredAlappuzha District Collector Saurav Jain said A rescued fisherman said the boat was anchored at sea when it was hit by the ship The deceased were identified as Francis Justine and Xavierboth from Kollam district The rescued fishermen were brought to Thottappaly fishing harbour in Alappuzha district and rushed to hospital The incident comes close on the heels of killing of two fishermen from the same area allegedly by two naval guards of the Italian ship ‘Enrica Lexie’ on February 15 Michaela fisherman who reached ashore without any serious injuriestold reporters that their boat was hit by the ship despite the fishermen giving it sufficient signals “The incident happened around 1 am when it was quite dark in the sea The boat was hit by the ship despite us signalling to it about our presence It was an oil tanker and was ill-lit at that time”Michael said “The boat overturned as soon it was hit by the ship We escaped as we were able to remain afloat for half an hour” he said In KochiCoast Guard sources said the incident occurred about 15 nautical miles off Manakkodam off Alapuzha coast early this morning A Defence press release here said a massive search has been launched by the Indian Navy and Coast Guard to locate the merchant vessel Four ships and a Dornier aircraft has been deployed to trace the unknown merchant ship which hit the fishing vessel ‘Don I’ at sea in Alapuzha district at about 3 am today Four fishermen are reportedly missing and three have been rescued by other fishing boats in the areait said INS Sarvekshak from Southern Naval Command and ICGS Savitribai Phulewhich were at seawere diverted to the area while Coast Guard Interceptor Boats- C 144 from Kochi and C 143 from Vizhinjam also sailed out to augment search and rescue efforts A Coast Guard Dornier aircraft has been launched early this morningwhile one more ship from the Southern Naval Command would sail shortly to join the searchthe release said In KochiCoast Guard sources said the incident occurred about 15 nautical miles off Manakkodam off Alapuzha coast early this morning A Defence press release here said a massive search has been launched by the Indian Navy and Coast Guard to locate the merchant vessel Four ships and a Dornier aircraft has been deployed to trace the unknown merchant ship which hit the fishing vessel ‘Don I’ at sea in Alapuzha district at about 3 am today Four fishermen are reportedly missing and three have been rescued by other fishing boats in the areait said INS Sarvekshak from Southern Naval Command and ICGS Savitribai Phulewhich were at seawere diverted to the area while Coast Guard Interceptor Boats- C 144 from Kochi and C 143 from Vizhinjam also sailed out to augment search and rescue efforts A Coast Guard Dornier aircraft has been launched early this morningwhile one more ship from the Southern Naval Command would sail shortly to join the searchthe release said For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: India has cut its annual fuel demand growth estimate to 45 percent for 2017/18 from 58 percent government data showed indicating slower economic activity The new forecast puts fuel demand growth at its slowest pace in three years Representational image Reuters India the world’s third biggest oil consumer is expected to consume 2034 million tonnes of refined products in the year to March 2018 data posted on the website of the petroleum ministry’s Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell showed Introduction of a new tax regime had dented India’s economic growth earlier this year The country’s central bank estimates the economy to grow at 67 percent in this fiscal year its slowest pace in four years Gasoline consumption is seen growing at 98 percent higher than the previous year the data showed reflecting a likely 9 percent rise in passenger vehicle sales Diesel demand is estimated to recover and grow by 58 percent compared to a 18 percent rise in the last fiscal year mainly due to rising construction activity and local manufacturing India is promoting use of liquefied petroleum gas used for cooking to replace kerosene and that would raise sale of the cleaner fuel90.Tej Pratap has immovable assets of Rs 8872500 while that of his younger brother’s immovable assets is Rs 9152500 as per the current market value Tej Pratap who is an intermediate pass out claims social work and business as his profession Tejashwi Yadav who is 9th pass out from DPS R K Puram New Delhi claims to be a cricketer businessman and social worker PTI Written by Surjit S Bhalla | Updated: February 7 2014 11:49 pm President Barack Obama mentioned inequality in his State of the Union address: “inequality has deepened” in the US Related News President Barack Obama mentioned inequality in his State of the Union address: “inequality has deepened” in the US A few days later Christine Lagarde managing director of the IMF stated in her Dimbleby lecture that both the level of and increase in inequality were a major problem in the world She stated that “Seven out of ten people in the world today live in countries where inequality has increased over the past three decades… In India the net worth of the billionaire community increased twelve-fold in 15 years enough to eliminate absolute poverty in this country twice over” I am quite prepared to accept that inequality may have increased and increased substantially in the US as both Obama and Lagarde are stating But it is by no means a slam dunk conclusion Further what does inequality deepening in the US have to do with billionaire wealth and poverty reduction in India The fact remains that per capita income in the poor developing countries has increased substantially faster than incomes in the West and this has led to a radical decline in world inequality At around a Gini level of 061 today the world is the most equal since 1890 (A Gini level of 1 represents perfect inequality one person has all the income; and a Gini of 0 means perfect equality everyone has the same income) It does not take an IMF to do a back of the envelope calculation on trends in world inequality Since 1980 for four-fifths of the world’s population residing in the developing world per capita income has been growing at a significantly higher pace than the developed world This leads to an increase in world equality Further it can be the case that even if in every country inequality worsens world inequality can improve (These and related issues were explored in a 2002 book Imagine There’s No Country: Poverty Inequality and Growth in the Era of Globalisation Peterson Institute for International Economics Washington DC Many of the conclusions and forecasts in the book have stood the test of time) Billionaire wealth: Forbes data (the only source) for 1999 indicated that there were six dollar billionaires in India with $53 billion in assets; in 2013 that number had expanded to 55 billionaires and $183 bn in assets This is an increase of over 34 times the 1999 value On a per billionaire basis the increase is only 38 times Over the same time-period both per capita income and the Sensex (in US dollars) have expanded in a near identical fashion by 35 times Three conclusions follow from this quick perusal of Indian data First the joint wealth of dollar billionaires has expanded 34 times well in excess of the IMF chief’s claim of only 12 times Second per billionaire wealth did not expand at a pace significantly faster than the income or stock ownership of an average person A major conclusion that follows is that unlike other countries (especially China) India has not experienced much increase in inequality over the last 15 years This back of the envelope conclusion (comparison of wealthy billionaires with the aam aadmi) is also supported by NSS data on real per capita consumption — a Gini of 030 in 1999 and a Gini of 032 in 2011-12 an increase of less than 7 per cent over 12 years But the larger point that Lagarde was making remains valid though it is not immediately apparent what the larger point is Is it the case that if billionaire wealth had not increased by a factor of 34 poverty would have been removed twice over Are poverty removal and wealth generation not part of the same process Or perhaps what the IMF chief meant was that the somewhat “ill-begotten” wealth of the billionaires could be redistributed to the poor via increased taxation Indirectly or directly there is constant talk in the liberal media NGOs and international organisations (with the UN being the most extreme example) about crony capitalism being behind wealth and income concentration and that if only this were to be reduced the world would be a better place What I want to discuss today are the ills of crony socialism and their deleterious effects on poverty reduction Crony socialism defined as only government programmes meant for poverty reduction — in-the-name-of-the-poor expenditures The table documents aggregate data on Indian consumption poverty and related data for the NSS years since 1999-2000 The last two rows document the money required to achieve zero poverty in any given year and what government spends to reduce poverty The former is calculated under the assumption that god and not the politician is identifying and redistributing to the poor as defined by the Tendulkar poverty line In 1999-2000 the government was spending 11 per cent of GDP on transfer subsidies and 31 per cent of GDP was needed What the data underline is the fact that as poverty has declined due to high growth Sonianomics has engineered exactly the opposite pattern — today only 044 per cent of GDP is needed to achieve zero poverty and the government is spending six times as much to reduce poverty Why this huge divergence Because the government expenditures for the poor are not really meant for them; they are designed to benefit the middle class but always always in the name of the poor A perspective on this is provided by the Congress’s last stand before elections — increasing subsidised LPG cylinders from nine to 12 or an increase in the existing subsidy by 33 per cent: from an expenditure level of Rs 40000 crore to Rs 52000 crore What is the amount of expenditure needed with perfect targeting Rs 48 000 crore That is the amount spent on LPG subsidy alone is enough to achieve zero poverty in India in 2013-14 Perfect targeting is not possible but it must be possible to reduce the leakage In this regard the Aadhar identification programme (incidentally dispensed by the Congress) needs to be supported to allow poor people to get the money meant for them But don’t be surprised if money meant for them does not reach them It is not only corruption that eats the poor man’s lunch; it is badly designed policies like MGNREGA food subsidies free water and half-price electricity Oh yes Lagarde claimed that billionaires’ wealth increase over the last 15 years was enough to eliminate poverty in India twice over Reduction in crony socialism will be far more effective; today a minimum of Rs 300000 crore is spent on transfer subsidies rather than the amount needed Rs 48000 crore The ill-begotten gains of crony capitalism over 15 years reduce poverty twice over according to the IMF; the ill-begotten gains of crony socialism in one year can reduce Indian poverty six times over I exaggerate but only ever so slightly And yes — in Darwinian terms crony socialism has the genes of a cockroach The writer is chairman of Oxus Investments an emerging market advisory firm and a senior advisor to Zyfin a leading financial information company For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 3 2017 7:25 pm Tite retained several players who had misfired under Luiz Felipe Scolari during the 2014 World Cup and his successor Dunga (Source: Reuters) Top News Little more than a year has gone by since Tite took over as coach of a Brazil side still reeling from embarrassing exits in the World Cup and Copa America but in that short time he has transformed the team into favourites for Russia 2018 No one could have imagined just how influential the former Corinthians coach would be but nine wins in 10 World Cup qualifiers are just reward for a return to the form that won them a record five World Cup titles “There is no questioning the enormous quality of Brazil’s players Tite and backroom staff” the normally cautious former World Cup winner Tostao wrote before the final two qualifiers against Bolivia and Chile “The team is ready” Tite retained several players who had misfired under Luiz Felipe Scolari during the 2014 World Cup and his successor Dunga but he transformed their front line with the introduction of attack-minded youngsters Philippe Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus In midfield he recalled Paulinho and Renato Augusto his former charges at Corinthians With Real Madrid’s Casemiro an automatic choice to anchor the team and Neymar still the undisputed talisman the side is settled and there are no major disagreements over the first 11 for the first time in years Tite’s task between now and next June is mostly deciding who will support those leading men The problem if there is one comes with Brazil’s almost customary over-confidence They are the only side to play in every World Cup and even after their 7-1 hammering by Germany in the 2014 semi-finals on home soil they believe they are special Just as in 2006 when Brazil sailed through the qualifiers with players like Ronaldo Roberto Carlos Ronaldinho and Adriano they go to Russia as one of the clear favourites But Brazil were knocked out at the quarter-final stage by France and over confidence was one of the reasons cited Tite is a master of playing down expectations and – crucially in a nation that famously has 200 million coaches – he commands the respect of both players and press That has given him an authority that few Brazil managers this century have enjoyed and he has used it to warn their outstanding form is no guarantee of success “We are at a stage of strengthening consolidating and growing” he said when announcing his squad for this week’s games “We’re not in the comfort zone stage but rather a confidence zone stage” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSirsa:Surender Kaur is unable to withdraw money from banks or ATMs for meet her daily household needs for the last two days while Manjeet Singh is not able to get the fuel tank of his motorbike filled at petrol pumps which are closed after authorities clamped strict restrictions in this town Normal life in Sirsa which is the headquarters of Dera Sacha Sauda sect has come to a standstill after curfew-like restrictions were imposed to prevent any untoward incident after the large scale violence by the followers of sect chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh who was convicted by CBI court in a 15-year-old rape case Milk supply has also been affected adversely in several areas as the agitated followers caused damage to a milk plant located near the sect headquarters After the CBI court in Punchkula pronounced the Dera Sacha Sauda chief guilty in the sexual exploitation case followers went violent and set a milk plant on fire police said adding that flames were doused within a few hours Supporters of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect attack a member of the media in Panchkula on Friday PTI Hotels too are facing the brunt as they are running out of supply of essential items Hotel staff are not being able to reach their workplace due to the restrictions "For the last two days I am unable to buy essential items for my household as I have ran out of money and also banks and ATMs are closed Authorities should ensure that essential facilities are open so that people won’t have to face any problem" said Kaur whose house is about four km away from the Dera headquarters Apart from Kaur Rajesh Kumar who runs a hotel in the vicinity of the sect headquarters said "As there have been huge shortage of vegetables and essential items We are only providing accommodation to our guests and not lunch breakfast and dinner since Thursday night" Schools colleges cinema halls petrol pumps have also been shut as a precautionary measure Authorities have imposed curfew in areas which are in the vicinity of the Dera headquarters on Thursday People have been asked to stay indoors in the wake of violent protest by Dera followers on Friday evening Two companies of Army from Hisar district ten companies of paramilitary forces – the CRPF and the BSF the Rapid Action Force (RAF) and several companies of Haryana police have been deployed to maintain law and order in Sirsa district In the violence on Friday night two Dera followers have been killed so far while seven injured authorities said Out of seven the conditions are three Dera followers are said to be critical Inspector General (Hisar range) AS Dillion said that police have been monitoring the situation in and around Dera headquarters Sirsa SP Ashwin Shenvi said that army has been called to maintain law and order situation in the district By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 3 2017 5:46 pm Priyanka Chopra flirts with fur in this photoshoot (Source: File Photo) Related News Be it power dressing oozing glamour sprinkling charm or carrying a bubbly OOTD Priyanka Chopra does it all like a pro While the Quantico star has given us breathtaking fashion moments in both ethnic and contemporary we think her experimental sidesteps in a tutu are just as memorable Recently Chopra did a photoshoot for a leading magazine and we think she packed a powerful punch of glamour in it The actor was ethereal in a silver embellished mini from Papa Don’t Preach By Shubika with a chic cross-body detailing at the decolletage To add another interesting detail to the glittery dress stylist Richa Mehta teamed it with a fur gilet from Monisha Jaising that complemented the dress well We think the styling was top-notch and the soothing tones Mehta stuck with are theperfect canvas for the colours of winter We like how Chopra went minimal with the accessories choosing only silver hoops from Misho and bracelets besides a ring from Minerali store to let her outfit do all the talking Catch a glimpse of the actor’s attire here For the photo shootfor the cover of Hello magazine make-up artist Daniel Bauer opted for a nude palette for the actor’s make-up and a dash of glitter on the eye balanced out the nude lip nicely We like the beachy waves hairstylist Marce Pedrozo gave the actor adding a hint of sultriness to her look We love Chopra’s style in this look but what do you think about it Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Other details in the affidavits of two sons, 2008, And I think the Secretary is confident that the strong relationship we have right now will only build in the future.

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