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Sneakers mania may have been all the rage but style mavens are itching to go back on high heels or edgy footwear.(Photo: Instagram/PhilippPlein)

Trends we do not wish to see in 2021

Hindustan Times | By Manish Mishra
UPDATED ON DEC 31, 2020 01:57 PM IST
Designers discuss trends they got tired of seeing in 2020
A huge crowd was seen at Market Yard, Gultekdi, ahead of the lockdown on Monday.(Rahul Raut/HT PHOTO)
A huge crowd was seen at Market Yard, Gultekdi, ahead of the lockdown on Monday.(Rahul Raut/HT PHOTO)

Punekars throng markets in panic-buying spree

Hindustan Times, Pune | By Shrutika Ratnaparkhi
UPDATED ON JUL 14, 2020 04:56 PM IST
Many areas in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad witnessed huge rush and people were seen flouting the safety norms
Saying no to products manufactured in China seems to be the sensible way out.(Shutterstock)
Saying no to products manufactured in China seems to be the sensible way out.(Shutterstock)

Hindi Chini not Bhai Bhai

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Priya S Tandon
UPDATED ON JUL 11, 2020 10:46 PM IST
When you visit a crockery store and see that all the glasses, table mats, curios, decoration pieces, crystal, trays, flasks are made in China, you realise this is only the tip of the iceberg
Covid-19-related lockdowns have ushered in plenty of consumer behaviours. (Representational Image)(Unsplash)
Covid-19-related lockdowns have ushered in plenty of consumer behaviours. (Representational Image)(Unsplash)

Online grocery shopping has potential to stay relevant post-lockdown

Bloomberg | By Sarah Halzack | Posted by Saumya Sharma
UPDATED ON JUN 17, 2020 05:41 PM IST
The rise of online grocery shopping will help strengthen the retailers already in the winner’s circle and may accelerate the demise of others.
With masks covering all our facial expressions, social interaction seems to be getting all the more trickier(Illustration by Aparna Ram)
With masks covering all our facial expressions, social interaction seems to be getting all the more trickier(Illustration by Aparna Ram)

Spectator by Seema Goswami: Cover story

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON MAY 31, 2020 01:10 AM IST
What lies beneath the mask? It’s often impossible to tell.
Under the lockdown, Italians only have been able to leave home for essential jobs or vital tasks such as grocery shopping.(Unsplash)
Under the lockdown, Italians only have been able to leave home for essential jobs or vital tasks such as grocery shopping.(Unsplash)

Easing of lockdown begs the question: Who’s family in Italy?

Milan | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON MAY 03, 2020 11:02 AM IST
When Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte said the government would relax some parts of a nationwide lockdown, residents entering an eighth week of home confinement to inhibit the coronavirus dove for their dictionaries.
Divanka Tripathi has been sharing fun videos through the pandemic lockdown.
Divanka Tripathi has been sharing fun videos through the pandemic lockdown.

Divyanka Tripathi practices social distancing: ‘Never imagined I would have to work so hard for buying grocery’

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 25, 2020 11:23 AM IST
Divyanka Tripathi took to Instagram to share her experience of stepping out for grocery shopping. Watch.
Social distancing is the new way of life and will be here for sometime. (Photo by Yogendra Kumar / Hindustan Times)
Social distancing is the new way of life and will be here for sometime. (Photo by Yogendra Kumar / Hindustan Times)

Coronavirus and the changed consumer behaviour | Opinion

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Rahul Kumar
UPDATED ON APR 15, 2020 09:48 AM IST
Definitely coronavirus has made a strong impact on everyone life. Some companies have started taking stringent measure of payout and layoffs to survive and some companies have been trying to re-invent themselves to survive in coming days.
File image of Manasi Joshi(PTI)
File image of Manasi Joshi(PTI)

‘During a grocery run, realised things aren’t easy for disabled people in lockdown’

Hindustan Times | By Manasi Joshi
UPDATED ON APR 23, 2020 04:41 PM IST
At home, during a grocery run, 30-year-old BWF Para-badminton 2019 World Championship gold medallist Manasi Joshi realised the difficulties a person with disabilities has to face amid the nationwide lockdown, at a time of an unprecedented public health emergency. Speaking to Hindustan Times in an exclusive interview, the para-athlete gives a glimpse of her life at home amid lockdown.
A man selling cloth bags in Thane.(Praful Gangurde)
A man selling cloth bags in Thane.(Praful Gangurde)

Plastic ban: Mumbai copes with innovation, technology

Hindustan Times | By Steffy Thevar, Mumbai
UPDATED ON JUN 28, 2018 10:59 AM IST
Mumbaiites step out for grocery shopping with cloth bags and steel utensils.
Use of mobile phone either supplements or complements travel behaviour, which has an impact on the reduction of travel demand.(Pic for representation/REUTERS)
Use of mobile phone either supplements or complements travel behaviour, which has an impact on the reduction of travel demand.(Pic for representation/REUTERS)

Your mobile phone decides how you travel: IIT-B Survey

Hindustan Times | By Snehal Fernandes, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON JUN 09, 2018 12:01 AM IST
Out of 1,123 Mumbaiites surveyed by the two-member team at IIT-B, 48.7% owned a smartphone and 32.1% had internet pack of more than 1GB
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