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  • Indian Colours, Floats Celebrate Independence Day in New York

    Indian Colours, Floats Celebrate Independence Day in New York

    The Indian-American community, wearing bright and colourful clothes, celebrated India's 68th Independence Day with a parade dancing down Manhattan's Madison Avenue Sunday. One of the main fashionable avenues of New York was a sea of Indian colours, c...

  • 4 important financial lessons Diwali teaches us

    4 important financial lessons Diwali teaches us

    Diwali is one of the most awaited festival among Indian families, who plan their Diwali spendings - gifts, clothes, vehicles - throughout the year. Many, however, fail to carry the same planning and enthusiasm when it comes to finances. Many a time, ...

  • Vidya Balan: Glad I did not succumb to fashion pressure at Cannes

    Vidya Balan: Glad I did not succumb to fashion pressure at Cannes

    Vidya Balan's traditional Indian clothes at the Cannes Film Festival this year may have received mixed response from fashion critics but the actress says she did not want her choice of clothes to be just sartorial statement but rather reflect her ide...

  • Spot-fixing: Sreesanth shopped clothes worth 1.9 lakhs, bought smartphone for girlfriend, say police

    Spot-fixing: Sreesanth shopped clothes worth 1.9 lakhs, bought smartphone for girlfriend, say police

    Delhi Police has claimed that the Kerala pacer made the payments in cash and also bought a Blackberry phone for his girlfriend.

  • Mandira Bedi will wear "lots of clothes" on Indian Idol Junior

    Mandira Bedi will wear 'lots of clothes' on Indian Idol Junior

    She made the noodle-strapped, halter, backless and low-cut blouses a rage a decade ago, but for her role as an anchor on kids' singing reality show Indian Idol Junior, Mandira Bedi is ready to put on "lots of clothes".

  • I am not obsessed with brands: Sridevi

    I am not obsessed with brands: Sridevi

    Sridevi flaunted saris in her comeback movie English Vinglish and looked pretty. The actress says in real life too she prefers Indian clothes, especially six yards, and she is not a brand person.

  • No short skirts while growing up: Sunny Leone

    No short skirts while growing up: Sunny Leone

    While we might equate Sunny Leone with little, skimpy or no clothes, the adult film star claims that she had quite a modest upbringing.

  • India's online grey market for branded US clothes cuts both ways

    India's online grey market for branded US clothes cuts both ways

    The absence of clear rules enables online retailers to sell US branded apparel at discounts, which helps the brands gauge market depth.

  • Indian kills wife in Italy for wearing western clothes

    A 37-year-old Indian migrant in Italy killed his pregnant wife because she loved wearing western clothes and he wanted to punish her for going against Indian traditions.

  • Uma Thurman wears a salwar-kameez

    Uma Thurman wears a salwar-kameez

    It seems Uma Thurman is fascinated with Indian clothes - she recently filmed for a new television show Smash dressed in a salwar kameez.

  • Assam Rifles chief may face action for misusing funds for wife's clothes

    Assam Rifles chief may face action for misusing funds for wife's clothes

    The Indian Army has sought the government's permission to initiate a formal probe against Assam Rifles Director General Lieutenant Gen Rameshwar Roy on charges of spending regimental funds of the paramilitary force on his wife's clothing, hair dressi...

  • Traditional clothes dominate Filmfare red carpet

    Traditional clothes dominate Filmfare red carpet

    Myriad colour sarees and multi-layered kurtas dominated the red carpet of the 56th Filmfare Awards on Saturday night, when celebrities came to attend

  • Indian clothes cause business battle in UK

    Indian clothes cause business battle in UK

    Indian attire salwar-kameez, lehenga-choli and dupattas have become the reason for a business battle between NRI shop-owners and supermarkets in Britain.

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