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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.

Host of weddings, events on Friday

Right from the start of 'Karthika Masam' in November, there has been a buzz of activity across households

Life New Zealand helps turn 2020 disappointments into hope

When travellers are able to travel again, they can visit the tree that they helped grow, either in Northland or Queenstown.

Shaking a leg with Niharika

The pictures of Telugu stars — Ram Charan, Allu Arjun, Varun Tej shaking a leg with Niharika have become a rage on social media.

VR in weddings: A long road ahead

Not just weddings, the technology that allows people to get a closer to reality experience, has been seeing traction in various segments ranging from retail shopping and real estate buying.

Video of bride working on laptop goes viral

A video of a bride working on the laptop on stage as she sits in her full wedding finery next to the groom is making people think up all sorts of memes and jokes about pressures of work.

Maharashtra: Family donates wedding money to COVID-19 fight

Udgir resident Vilas Boke donated Rs 51,000 he had saved for his daughter Geetanajali's wedding, along with 125 kits containing essentials, to the local administration.

UAE launches online weddings amid COVID-19 controls

The procedure will see a cleric confirm the identity of the couple and witnesses, before a marriage certificate is relayed to a specialised court for validation.

COVID-19 scare robs all celebratory functions in Hyderabad

With several families postponing marriage functions and calling off birthday events and some going ahead with restricted attendance, function halls have sort of lost their sheen these days

COVID-19 scare: Weddings become low key affair in Palamuru

Wanaparthy: People seem to be adhering to the directives given by the State government regarding keeping weddings a low-key affair with limited guests at the...

Top seven wedding destinations for 2020

Couples of this generation are going all out to make their big day as the most special event

Priyanka Chopra turns head in pink saree at Joe-Sophie Turner wedding

After hosting a surprise wedding ceremony in Vegas last month, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner tied the knot in a second ceremony in France, on Saturday.  

Legalising same sex weddings is a long time coming: online survey

According to data gathered from users of dating app OkCupid, 55 per cent men and 82 per cent women on the community believe it is time for the next step -- gay marriage must be legalised in the country

Give these excuses to wear white this summer

All the excuses you need to give yourself when picking white

Rice, an essential part of Telugu weddings

A symbol or purity and prosperity, it is a vital part of almost all rituals

How Bollywood is inspiring weddings

Bollywood weddings give major inspiration for the to-be-weds

It is no CakeWalk for Radha Dhaka, Hyderabad’s top cake artist

Radha’s keen sense for strategy, not to mention detail, ensured her path to becoming one of the Top 10 cake artists in the country was unencumbered.

A Sunday of weddings in State capital

The demand was so high that venues, including PSR Convention Centre, Sri Venkateshwara Gardens, Hyndava Convention and SNR Gardens at Kompally, ended up hosting two weddings in a day.

‘Destination weddings flourishing in India’

The industry in India is worth over Rs 1,000 crore and each year there are about one crore weddings taking place in India.

For the perfect monsoon wedding

Kunal Rai, vice-president of weddings and events at Tamarind Global, and Saloni Sanghvi, event specialist at Entertainment Bay, list the dos and don'ts one should follow.

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