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Design is about transporting someone into a parallel world, says Masaba

Fashion designer and actor Masaba Gupta discussed her creative process and signature style at the Chandigarh Design Festival, emphasizing the importance of comfort and self-expression in fashion design. Gupta also spoke about her relationship with her mother, actor Neena Gupta, and offered advice to aspiring designers to ask for what they deserve, delegate work, and be true to their own unique vision.

Masaba Gupta interacting with (left) Sanyukta Shrestha (HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 23, 2023 01:24 AM IST

Chandigarh admn to spend 80 lakh on beautification of Butterfly Park

As per an estimate, ₹ 8.46 lakh will be used for purchasing and maintenance of potted plants in Sector 19 Paryavaran Bhawan. For the maintenance of water pond in Butterfly Park, ₹ 3.17 lakh have been estimated, while watch and ward duty is estimated to be done at ₹ 9.53 lakh.

The Chandigarh administration will be spending <span class='webrupee'>₹</span> 80 lakh for the beautification and maintenance of Butterfly Park in Sector 26. (HT File)
Updated on Apr 18, 2023 02:31 AM IST
By, Chandigarh

Punjab Sind Dairy owner tries to buy imported bike, duped of 17 lakh

Punjab Sind Dairy owner allegedly cheated of ?17 lakh while trying to buy an imported motorcycle; Khar police book three people, including the owner of the motorcycle.

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Updated on Apr 13, 2023 01:01 AM IST

U.P’s first fish repository comes up in Lucknow

A National Fish Museum and Repository with a collection of 1,900 fish species from across India is set to open on April 14 in Lucknow on the campus of the ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources. The institute said it is the first fish museum and repository in the state and has the largest collection of preserved fish. The museum will feature finfish and shellfish voucher specimens of freshwater, marine, and brackish water environments, and will be open to researchers, students, teachers, scientists, and the general public.

A view of the specimens at teh museum (Sourced)
Updated on Apr 12, 2023 10:39 PM IST
ByAakash Ghosh, Lucknow

A numismatist and a law enforcer

Umesh Balkrishna Kadav, 44-year-old police constable, collects antique coins and currency notes. This resident of BDD Chawl in Worli keeps his collection in his 180-square-feet apartment that also houses four members of his family.

Mumbai, India - April 10, 2023: Police personnel Umesh Kadav displays his collection of post-independent coins and paper currencies of India at his residence, in Worli, Mumbai, India, on Monday, April 10, 2023. (Photo by Anshuman Poyrekar/ Hindustan Times) (Anshuman Poyrekar/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Apr 11, 2023 01:06 AM IST
ByVinay Dalvi
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