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Raveena Tandon is ‘getting Diwali ready’ in an ethnic ensemble. Pics inside

[ad_1] Home / Photos / Lifestyle / Raveena Tandon is ‘getting Diwali ready’ in an ethnic ensemble. Pics inside In a blue and gold shimmery long kurta, Raveena posed under the sun and basked in the countdown of Diwali. read more Updated On Nov 01, 2021 11:34 AM IST 7 Photos / Diwali is almost here. The festival of lights and prosperity is just a few days away and the celebrities of the tinsel town have started picking their looks for the festival already. Raveena Tandon has been gearing up for Diwali for the longest time we know. After Navratri ended for this year, Raveena started planning her outfits for Diwali with gorgeous festive collections. On Monday, Raveena drove our blues away with a stunning blue attire.(Instagram/@officialraveenatandon) Updated on Nov 01, 2021 11:34 AM IST / For the photoshoot, Raveena picked a traditional ensemble from the designer house Nazrana by Raviya Tej’s wardrobe.(Instagram/@officialraveenatandon) Updated on Nov 01, 2021 11:34 AM IST / Raveena is d

Admissions Closing for MBA (Digital Transformation) Program at SVKM’s NMIMS’ Centre of Excellence in Analytics & Data Science (CoE-A&DS)

[ad_1] SVKM’s NMIMS’ Deemed-to-be University, one of India’s leading educational institutions, with a legacy of 40 years of academic excellence, has announced that the admission process for MBA (Digital Transformation), at the Centre of Excellence in Analytics & Data Science in Mumbai, will close on November 21 st , 2021.     The two-year (full-time) program is thoughtfully designed to train managers who possess the capability to chart organisational digital transformation frameworks with emerging technologies. The objectives of the program are to:   Develop a digital transformation framework for an organization as the blueprint for transformation Imbibe digital culture that brings together new technologies and business processes Develop Advanced Skills in Digital Technologies to integrate it into the Business Use intelligent automation to improve process efficiency   Commenting on the program, Dr. Ramesh Bhat, Vice-Chancellor, SVKM’s NMIMS, said, “ The MBA program in Digital t

Sunny Leone turns Mad Hatter for Halloween bash at new house, introduces husband Daniel Weber as Joker, Nisha as Raya | Bollywood

[ad_1] Sunny Leone and husband Daniel Weber threw a Halloween bash at their new house on Sunday. From themed costumes of various characters for their kids and themselves, to Halloween decor at their house, Sunny made sure the party was fun for each one of them. Sunny shared several pictures from the Halloween bash on Instagram. She introduced her family in the caption, “We are the Webers and friends!! Happy Halloween!! Daniel - joker, Nisha - raya, Asher - blippi, Noah- skeleton, Me - mad hatter.” + There are also pictures of the couple posing candidly for the camera, their daughter Nisha striking the perfect pose as Raya from Raya and the Last Dragon, Daniel turning son Noah into a mummy after he was done with his look as a skeleton and Sunny posing with her friends, who were also dressed for the occasion.  Sunny had earlier teased her look by sharing several solo pics with the caption, “Happy Halloween!! Part 1.” Her black and white costume of the Alice in Wonderland character Mad H

‘For telling the truth’: Taslima Nasreen alleges her Facebook account banned for 7 days

[ad_1] Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen said on Monday that her account on Facebook has been banned “again for 7 days for telling the truth”. “Facebook has banned me for writing Islamists destroyed Bangladeshi Hindu houses & temples believing that Hindus placed Quran on Hanuman's thigh. But when it was revealed that Iqbal Hossain did that, not the Hindus, Islamists were silent, said and did nothing against Iqbal…’” Taslima Nasreen said in a post on Twitter. This is not the first time the author’s account has been barred by Facebook. Before this, Nasreen alleged on March 16 this year that Facebook barred her from using the platform for 24 hours. Facebook has banned me for writing '' Islamists destroyed Bangladeshi Hindu houses & temples believing that Hindus placed Quran on Hanuman's thigh. But when it was revealed that Iqbal Hossain did that, not the Hindus, Islamists were silent, said and did nothing against Iqbal...' — taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) N

Jair Bolsonaro's Security in Press Altercation as Brazil Leader Isolated at G20

[ad_1] Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s security detail allegedly used violence against Brazilian reporters covering his trip to Rome for the Group of 20 major economies meeting, local media reported on Sunday. The alleged attacks against Brazilian reporters, who Bolsonaro has long accused of treating him unfairly and publishing fake news, capped a grim weekend for the far-right president. Videos from G20 events showed him as an isolated figure, who was not part of the photo taken at the Trevi fountain with world leaders. Out on the streets of Rome, he was loudly criticized for his handling of the country’s brutal pandemic, with critics calling him “genocidal." More than 600,000 people have died from Covid-19 in Brazil, the second highest tally in the world after the United States. Bolsonaro has questioned the severity of the virus, shunned lockdowns, sowed vaccine doubts and pushed unproven cures. A Senate panel has recommended he be indicted for nine crimes related to his ha

Moderna says FDA needs more time to complete review of Covid jab for adolescents

[ad_1] The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will need more time to complete its assessment of the Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine for adolescents aged 12 to 17 years, the pharmaceutical major said in a statement on Sunday. The FDA informed Moderna earlier this week that the review may not be completed before January 2022, the company said. This is a major setback to the timing of an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Covid vaccine meant for younger age groups. The US biotech company said it was told late on Friday that the FDA needed the additional time to evaluate recent international analyses of the risk of a type of heart inflammation called myocarditis after vaccination, a rare side effect that has primarily affected young males. Moderna said it is conducting its own review of new external analyses on the increased myocarditis risk in those less than 18 years of age as they become available. Moderna had applied for US authorisation of its Covid-19

Khushi Kapoor oozes spooky vibes as she decks up in her Halloween look; PIC

[ad_1] Halloween is yet another occasion for Btown celebs to get together with their friends and family and deck up in spooky looks to celebrate the occasion. Speaking of this, this tear on Halloween, Janhvi Kapoor's sister Khushi Kapoor also gave fans a glimpse of her look and left everyone impressed. Khushi, who often uses her Instagram handle to treat fans with her photos, once again managed to leave everyone in awe when she shared a sneak peek of her look for Halloween.  Taking to her Instagram stories, Khushi shared a mirror selfie while decking up for Halloween. In the photo, we can see Khushi sitting in front of the mirror in a pink tank top. Her spooky makeup to create a scary look for Halloween was the star of the selfie. She is seen with a dark coloured lipstick with red drop marks rolling down from either side of her lips. Her smoky eye makeup with hoop earrings completed her look for Halloween. Sharing the selfie, Khushi wrote, "Boo."  Take a look: Recently,

Women can now find safe spaces and create communities for themselves, say influencers on conquering the content creation

[ad_1] “Being a woman in the content creation space has opened up the space to really voice our opinions,” says Shraddha Gurung — better known as LilMiss Gurung — a prominent digital content creator.  Shraddha was part of a roundtable discussion on ‘The Diversity Agenda’ track at TechSparks 2021.  The panel also featured Vishakha Fulsunge, India’s first female moto vlogger ; standup comedian Aanchal Agrawal; Neha Nagar, Founder of TaxationHelp; and digital content creator and influencer Aastha Shah.  As part of India’s booming creator economy , the group shared insights on the direction the content creation industry is heading. “Women from a lot of South Asian countries, especially, come from a lot of restrictions,” said Aanchal, adding, “so [social media] offers a lot of safety and safe space to share their art, opinions, and perspective.”  Aastha shared, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, social media offered a platform for entrepreneurs and brands to keep operations afloat by allow

Happy Halloween! Meet 3 'horror stories' for entrepreneurs

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Butterfly festival is a celebration of all that is beautiful | Travel

[ad_1] September is the national month of butterflies celebrated in India. Titli Tyar was conducted to celebrate butterflies, for the first time in Uttarakhand last month. A great festival where various individuals, naturalists, butterfly nurturers, nature educators, eco-resorts and Uttarakhand Tourism come together for this knowledge sharing initiative on butterflies. Poonam Chand, Additional Director Uttarakhand Tourism, “It gives me a lot of happiness to see such events taking place in Uttarakhand. Nature based activities like these are a great opportunity for people to connect with nature. My best wishes to Aahana and everyone who took this initiative. There is nothing better than promoting green tourism and focusing on experiences like these.” Families who were there in Corbett to spend holidays with their loved ones chanced upon this beautiful festival, “ I love nature. This is the first time I have come to Corbett with my parents. I loved the butterfly walk. I learned so much. W

“Amazed at the dignity, grace, maturity and strength Shah Rukh Khan has shown” – says Urmila Matondkar as Aryan Khan returns to Mannat after 28 days : Bollywood News

[ad_1] Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan's elder child Aryan Khan has returned home 28 days in jail. He was taken into custody on the night of October 2 by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) along with a few others after the agency conducted a raid on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast. On October 3, Aryan Khan was arrested by the NCB in the case. On October 30, Aryan Khan was released from Arthur Road Jail. Shah Rukh Khan's bodyguard Ravi Singh and his team had reached early in the morning to pick him up. The jail authorities picked up the bail order at 5:30 am on Saturday from the Arthur Road Jail mailbox. Aryan Khan was released from jail at 11 am after which he sat in the car and left the jail. As Shah Rukh Khan's son reached Mannat with thousands of fans outside the residence of the superstar celebrating his return, Urmila Matondkar praised the actor's strength in these trying times. Urmila Matondkar took to social media to appreciate how SRK handled this crisis. Sh

5 upcoming IPOs to subscribe in November 2021: Paytm, PaisaBazaar, and more | Personal Finance News

[ad_1] New Delhi: Five companies -  Sapphire Foods India, Paytm, PaisaBazaar, SJS Enterprises, Sigachi Industries - are all set to open their initial public offerings (IPOs) in the first 15 days of November 2021, jumping on the IPO bandwagon to collective raise a little north of Rs 27,000 crore.  Here’s everything you need to know about the five upcoming IPOs:  Paytm IPO One97 Communications that operates Paytm is expected to roll out its massive Rs 18,300-crore IPO on November 8. The fintech giant has fixed the price band of Rs 2,080-2,150 apiece for the IPO. With the initial offer, Paytm is eyeing a valuation of Rs 1.44 lakh crore- Rs 1.48 lakh crore. With its IPO, the company is issuing equity shares worth Rs 8,300 crore while existing shareholders will sell shares worth Rs 10,000 crore from the offer for sale (OFS).  PaisaBazaar IPO  PB Fintech, the parent company of PaisaBazaar and Paisabazaar, will float its Rs 5,710 crore IPO with a price band of Rs 940 to Rs 980 a share. The IP

Wish I started treatment for cancer one and a half years back: Antim director Mahesh Manjrekar | Bollywood

[ad_1] The actor-filmmaker reveals that it was during shooting for Antim: The Final Truth that he realised that what seemed like a benign condition was bladder cancer What seemed to be a benign condition turned out to be bladder cancer for Mahesh Manjrekar. And in August this year, the actor-filmmaker underwent a surgery to get his cancerous cells removed. He tells us, “I was undergoing treatment for overactive bladder for one and a half years. But one day during the shoot of Antim: The Final Truth, I began bleeding. So, I had to go and get it checked. Turned out I had cancer all the while. I could have saved my bladder if I started the treatment for cancer one and a half years back.” Majrekar went through four rounds of chemotherapy for three months as the shoot for Antim: The Final Truth continued. “Salman (Khan; actor) insisted that I go abroad and get the treatment done but I trusted our doctors here. I wasn’t too affected by chemo and thought that I might as well finish the film.

Taliban knows airstrike is ready if it dares to look at India UP CM Yogi Adityanath praises PM Modi

[ad_1] Image Source : PTI Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Pakistan and Afghanistan are troubled by the Taliban, but it knows that an 'airstrike' is ready if they dare to move towards India, said Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday while lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an interaction with the Rajbhar Community as part of BJP's social interaction campaign. "Today, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the country is powerful and no other country can dare to take a look at India. Today Pakistan and Afghanistan are suffering because of the Taliban, but it (Taliban) knows that if it dares to look towards India, an airstrike is ready," UP CM said. According to a statement issued from the BJP headquarters, Yogi Adityanath, pointing to Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party president Om Prakash Rajbhar said, "His thinking is limited to the development of the family. Father minister and one son MP and oth

Wilfried Zaha face racist abuse online after Crystal Palace stun Manchester City | Football News

[ad_1] Wilfried Zaha posted images of the racist messages that he received on Instagram after the game and asked social media companies to take the problem seriously. Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has been subjected to racist abuse online and the 28-year-old shared screenshots of some of the comments after Saturday's 2-0 Premier League win over Manchester City. Zaha, who scored the opening goal of the game at the Etihad Stadium, was brought down by Aymeric Laporte which resulted in the City defender receiving a straight red card in first-half stoppage time. The Ivory Coast international, who has previously been targeted online, posted images of the racist messages that he received on Instagram after the game and asked social media companies to take the problem seriously. "This message isn't for me to get a million messages saying 'we stand with you' and 'it's disgusting' or about me getting sympathy," Zaha wrote on Instagram. "I'm n

Hina Khan looks sensational in a red gown, turns showstopper for Saisha Shinde | Fashion Trends

[ad_1] Known for styling many Bollywood actors including Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Katrina Kaif, Shraddha Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and others, Swapnil Shinde aka Saisha Shinde is India's first trans designer and her first fashion show after coming out, saw actor Hina Khan turn the showstopper at INIFD Indore Times Fashion Week. Raising the heat on the ramp, Hina looked sensational in a ravishing red gown with a plunging neckline and we are smitten. Taking to her social media handle later, the diva shared a slew of pictures that showed her redefining hotness. The pictures featured the actor donning a bright red embellished gown that came with full sleeves and a broad plunging neckline to ooze oomph. While the torso part of the shimmery floor-length gown sported embroidered sequins on the sheer mesh fabric, the bottom skirt ended in a flowy tulle. Accessorising her look with a red choker necklace, a red finger ring and a pair of bedazzling red earrings, Hina pulled back h

PIC: Katrina Kaif dishes out major boss lady vibes as she slays in a red latex trench coat

[ad_1] Lately, Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif has been on a roll. Apart from wooing fans with her performances on the big screen, Katrina has also been upping her style game consistently. The actress often dishes out major fashion and style goals and we are here to take notes. The Tiger 3 actress has graced the cover of a popular fashion and lifestyle magazine this month and her look is practically the definition of flawless. On Sunday, she took to her Instagram space and treated fans to a glimpse of her too-hot-to-handle avatar.  Katrina Kaif is raising the glam quotient one outfit at a time. This month, Katrina has graced the cover of Cosmopolitan India, as the magazine clocks its 25th anniversary. Last evening, she took to the photo-blogging app, Instagram, and reposted Cosmo India’s post on the magazine cover. The actress looked absolutely stylish in her monochromatic outfit featuring a red latex trench coat. Her makeup was minimal and fresh, punctuated with a nude lipstick shade a

The scientific method vs. Zombie businesses

[ad_1] This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Talking about business failure is a way of taking the bull by the horns. Thinking about this possibility is useful, in case the event materializes, to be better prepared. When I was choosing which career to study, my dilemma was limited to degrees in economics and business administration, the first considered a science and the second an art. But management is not necessarily an art. Yes, there is a way to manage a business according to scientific canons. This involves posing a hypothesis, doing a repeated experiment, collecting data on the result, analyzing it, and reaching a conclusion: do we accept the hypothesis or reject it? Statistical analysis is extremely useful to understand what works and what doesn&#

Recipe: Move over regular desserts this Diwali and serve Rosette De Leche

[ad_1] It is no secret that the past year and a half of Covid-19 lockdown has taught us how to use fresh, local ingredients to cook our own meals as ordering food from outside was off imagination and since we can taste the difference when one uses really fresh seasonal ingredients, we thought of whipping up our own Diwali desserts this festive week. Uplift the celebratory mood this Diwali with an exquisite fusion of flavours that come together in Rosette De Leche to make the most delightful dessert. You see, with more time to bake and to cook as we were asked to work from home or were furloughed while coming in and out of lockdowns, we have polished our kitchen skills and straightened our chef's hat. As Diwali is just round the corner, we decided to move over regular desserts and serve Rosette De Leche. Check out this easy recipe below to whip Rosette De Leche with love and enjoy it with friends. Ingredients for mawa: Milk 3.5 % fat (reduced to 628gm Mawa)- 3 litres Water- 1625 g

The Netherlands spacetech ecosystem unfolds immense possibilities for Indian startups, say founders

[ad_1] The term global spacetech ecosystem invariably gets attached to countries like the UK, the USA, and France, unfolding a host of opportunities in the domain. Now, the Netherlands might not be the immediate name that emerges while discussing the spacetech domain. However, it has a thriving ecosystem relating to the spacetech sector, with the existence of 250 space companies, along with knowledge institutes ensuring technical know-how for the companies. Going back to the upstream sectors, the companies usually have capabilities throughout the value chain, designing components for rockets and satellites, while the downstream sector companies make use of the satellite data for several applications like water, agriculture, energy, environment, etc. The stakeholders on the government’s side include the Netherlands space office , which coordinates and provides the whole policy and the regulatory framework. Besides, there have been joint research projects between the countries, enhancing