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Instagram launches new stickers on Ramzan, here’s how to use them

The Facebook-owned application frequently launches stickers to celebrate festivals, and commemorate important events around the world.

COVID-19: Centre asks states to restrict public observance of festivals

Additional Secretary in the Health Ministry Arti Ahuja, stated that the battle against COVID-19 is at a critical juncture with rising number of cases and deaths.

Santa visits tiny tots, online!

The rich and vibrant festivals of India are a testimony to our diverse tradition and culture.

Li’l ones bake ‘yummy’ cakes

Christmas celebration, at Delhi Public School – Mahendra Hills (Feeder School of DPS Nacharam), was celebrated virtually on the December 23 with great joy.

Diamond jewellery see recovery in demand: De Beers

“I would certainly predict that we will be back to between 70-85 per cent, of 2019. We will certainly be lower than last year, but not to a tune that it is unrecoverable,” De Beers India Managing Director Sachin Jain has said.

Students of DPS Nacharam discuss varied aspects of Indian culture

Arunima Sinha –Padma Shri awardee and first woman amputee to climb Mount Everest was the chief guest of the programme.

Italy approves new anti-coronavirus curbs

The Prime Minister also detailed the new measures, which include giving city mayors the option of shutting down busy streets and squares after 9 p.m.

India’s coronavirus fight is people driven: PM Modi

Shah urged people to join the mass awareness campaign launched by Modi and play a key role in making India free of this pandemic.

After three die at Sunburn Goa, it’s high focus on drugs at EDM fests

The deaths of three tourists at the recent Sunburn festival in Goa are widely being seen as the latest example of a direct link between EDM festivals and alleged use of illegal substances.

A musical encounter of passionate violinists

Violin Nomads are all set to perform at Novotel HICC on January 17

Tinder introduces ‘Festival Mode’ in India

"Tinder is a reflection of its community, and as our members seek new, varied experiences, we are excited to be there to enable more meaningful connections," said Taru Kapoor, GM, Tinder and Match Group.

Building brand through culture

The Department of Language and Culture has been putting in best efforts to provide a solid platform for myriads of art forms in Telangana

Put your heart and soul into gifting

Thinking up a thoughtful present can be confusing, here are few ideas you can consider this upcoming season

Get some happy date night tips

If you are confused beyond your abilities on what to wear, where to take your prospective partner or your current partner to dinner, here are some quick pointers.

Air Strike, interim budget will benefit BJP in LS polls: Psephologist Bhawesh Jha

Chief Election Commissioner, Sunil Arora, informed that the final electoral roles have a total number of voters in the vicinity of 900 million.

Bounty of artistic avenues

On the cultural front, there is a wide buffet to offer to art lovers, which is a reflection of the cosmopolitan ethos of the city

Festivities, wine not?

Dipesh Sinha, mixologist and wine enthusiast, and Sweta Mohanty, wine and spirits trainer list some accessories that can help you serve your guests in style at your next cocktail party.

Gear up for festival season

Vibrant colours are usually the mainstay of all our festive clothing with bright reds, shocking pinks and glowing oranges dominating the scene when it comes to outfit selection.

Branding it right

Find out why commercial advertisements tug at your heartstrings and make you feel that instant connect with them

Greedy traders resort to shortcuts to milk profits

When demand is more than supply, many use harmful adulterants to edible products to increase quantity.

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