As a retailer, it usually is a matter of huge concern what stocks to keep, especially when it comes to clothing items. You need to be observant of trends, both based on demands of customers visiting your shop, as well as based on what’s in and what’s not in the fashion world on the whole. … Read moreWhat the Customer loves – Six Salwar Suit Styles
Representational image A techie’s house was targeted by burglars, who decamped with jewellery worth Rs 1.5 lakh. The incident took place on April 1, when Ajay Pratap Singh (40), who works at a private firm in the city, had gone to his hometown along with his family. The family had left the house on March 30. The burglars … Read moreBurglars strike techie’s house, escape with jewellery, cash
Candolim is one of the favourite beaches of Goa; you must do an umbrella to subside beneath the sun. It was so refreshing on your change in this particular season. Is actually also reputed as a “Queen of beaches”. Why would you embark on the journey to one of one of the most applauded and … Read moreGoa It Really Is Fun Filled Life!
This is a question most people ask when they are still learning rummy. They wonder whether there is some secret recipe to becoming an expert rummy player. The answer is in the affirmative. We have simply tried to explain the secret recipe to all players of Indian rummy online games so that they gain the … Read moreIs There Special Recipe to A Winning Player in Rummy?
said 26 January 1788 was “pretty miserable” for his ancestor, in a speech defending the celebration of Australia Day, while tens of thousands of people joined Invasion Day marches around the country calling for the public holiday to be abolished. Morrison told a citizenship ceremony in Canberra that his fifth great grandfather, William Roberts, arrived … Read moreHuge crowds attend Invasion Day marches across Australia’s capital cities
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has fired Canada’s ambassador to China, John McCallum. It follows controversial comments Mr McCallum made about an extradition case involving a senior executive from the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei. Mr Trudeau said in a statement he had asked John McCallum to step down, but did not offer a reason. The detention … Read moreTrudeau fires Canada’s ambassador to China amid Huawei controversy
Philippines: bombs at cathedral during mass kill 20 people – video Twenty people were killed and 81 injured when two bombs exploded outside a Roman Catholic cathedral on a southern Philippine island where Muslim militants are active security officials have said. The country’s national police chief said the first bomb went off in or near … Read moreTwin explosions kill 20 people at Philippines cathedral
Transfer News: Chelsea star Alvaro Morata is set to join Madrid as the striker is close to a permanent transfer to the La Liga giants. Transfer News: Alvaro Morata to join Atletico Madrid on loan | Photo Credit: AP Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is speculative to be sent on a one and a half year loan … Read moreTransfer News: Chelsea star set to join ex-Chelsea player in Madrid
Strong winds have damaged electricity networks in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. About 400 homes and businesses across Northern Ireland are without electricity on Sunday morning, with more having been affected overnight. NIE Networks, which manages Northern Ireland’s electricity network, said its engineers were working to restore power as quickly as possible. A … Read moreStrong winds cause power cuts across Ireland
A fire last February destroyed a Hungarian cultural centre in Uzhhorod, west Ukraine. The region has a large Hungarian minority. Photograph: Ivan Vdovin/Alamy Stock Photo The plot allegedly involved three Polish extremists and a German journalist with ties to the far-right Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party, as well as to a number of Kremlin-friendly Russian … Read morePolish far-right trial raises spectre of ‘false flag’ tactics