September 29, 2020

Interview

Congress misleading farmers on new farm laws: Tomar


New Delhi,  Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has accused the Congress of misleading the farmers and playing politics in their name. He says that those who are opposing the new agricultural laws are pursuing their vested interests in the name of farmers.

Navjot Sidhu an asset to Cong: Harish Rawat

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Fashion for me is spontaneity: Priyanka Chopra Jonas



New Delhi, Bollywood diva Priyanka Chopra Jonas says fashion for her is "spontaneity".

The actress is known for her impeccable fashion sense and makes head turn with her look at public appearances.

In a conversation with IANSlife, Priyanka who made a comeback on the ramp at the finale or Blenders Pride Fashion Tour last week, speaks the feeling of returning on the runway and shared her fashion statement.

'Creative artists have become too dependent on tech'


New Delhi, National award winning filmmaker Brahmanand Siingh feels "creative artists have become too dependent on technology". The writer, director who made a biopic on Late Jagjit Singh "Kaagaz Ki Kashti", and a feature-length documentary on R. D. Burman, "Pancham Unmixed: Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai", adds that artists today "find it easy to approach things by trying to figure out what will work rather than expressing their inner creativity and making it work".

Dia Mirza shares her fashion staples, hacks

New Delhi, Sustainable, timeless and effortless are the fashion preferences of Bollywood actress and former Miss Asia Pacific Dia Mirza.

And what are her fashion staples? Her top picks are traditional handcrafted sarees, sustainable textile dresses/shirts and resort wear, she quips.

I'm hoping more voices join me: Tanushree Dutta



Mumbai, Actress Tanushree Dutta, in the eye of a storm after her renewed allegation of facing harassment by veteran Nana Patekar, says while the entertainment industry is strewn with predators, not many women have so far come out and spoken. She hopes more voices join her.

BJP has violated human rights, lacks sense of history: Chidambaram


New Delhi, In a direct attack on the ruling establishment under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram has accused it of violating individual and human rights, intimidating independent think tanks and mixing up history with mythology.

"This government has grossly violated individual and human rights. Some of the supporters of the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) tell us what to wear, what to eat, whom to love and whom to marry. Yet there is not a word from the Prime Minister condemning these extreme elements." Chidambaram told IANS in an interview here on Thursday