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A celebration of Indian design, from the humble lota to the iconic Ambassador
It took a year to shortlist the 100 objects, which range from household items such as agarbatti (incense sticks ... the most distinguished is the Mysore sandal soap. The soap has a unique warm, milky aroma. It is made from oil extracted from sandalwood.

Down and Out! Adani Ports, BHEL among 422 scrips that hit 52-week low
The NSE Nifty opened at 7,023 hitting a high of 7,035 and low of 6,981, before ending with a gain of mere four points at 6,981. By clicking on submit button, you authorize IIFL & its representatives & agents to provide information about various products.

SP puts prestige at stake in Kannauj - Times of India
KANNAUJ: Although SP patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav has put at stake the prestige of his son and successor at the three assembly constituencies of Kannauj for "all-round development of the area", he has very little to support his claim.

UK judge takes dig at India’s delay in giving proof in Vijay Mallya case
Dressed in white openneck shirt, flaunting a gold chain, grey trousers, a navy blue blazer and black shoes, Mallya's tanned face looked stressed and tired and he had bags under his eyes. He looked alternately at the packed press gallery, the judge and his.

How to vacation in the wild for less than Rs 50,000 this summer
KABINI NATIONAL PARK Located near Mysore, this forest is home to rare black panthers ... Things to carry Trekking bag, ID proof, walking stick, hiking shoes, woollens, water, juices, snacks, torch, medical kit, a good compass, a spare set of clothes.

'New shoes bite initially,' Pradhan on GST, demonetisation
Replying to a query over the reported adverse impact of the GST and demonetisation on jobs, the Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister said, "When you buy some new shoes they bite for the initial three days, but on the fourth day they fit perfectly.

Chicken feet leather is set to rule the roost in fashion
A team of scientists from the city-based CSIR- Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI) have developed a technology to process the skin of the feet and make colourful products, it including bags, wallets and shoes that could be as good as those made from.


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