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With NASA-licensed motifs on scarves and more, online portal Whitenifeai??i??s eco-friendly and quirky additions are the top picks for gifts this seasonorion_pocketsquare-nehrucoat

luxury e-portals, Whitenife is set to add an eco-friendly twist to their repertoire of brands. Considering Hyderabad has a `1 lakh crore-worth wedding market, their new additions to their exhaustive ai???ethical gifting catalogueai??i?? in time for the wedding season has our attention. ai???We are a one-stop shop for all that one needs at weddings. We offer eco-friendly options, at all price points, where you can customise your gifts as well,ai??? says Sonia Agarwal, chief executive officer and founder of the brand. In the catalogue, the buyers can expect to find vegan candles, scarves and pocket squares, chocolate truffles, cocoa-coated almonds, cruelty-free honey and symbolic silver artefacts.

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Some of the top picks from the brand, that can be apt gifts for space geeks, are the space-inspired scarves and pocket squares from their in-house label, MC2.ai???We have licensed images from NASA for the scarves. Space prints have been reproduced on the scarves and pocket squares,ai??? says the 26-year old entrepreneur, who adds that the scarves are made of 100 per cent silk and on special request, they use Eri silk, which is a more eco-friendly option.

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Whitenife has a range of thoughtful knick-knacks, that can be paired with wedding invitation cards. Think goodies like vegan candles. These candles are made of vegetable extracts instead of paraffin, making them more sustainable. Also, they come in a range of exquisite fragrances infused with aromatic oils such as lotus-wild berry and lemon verbena.

Sweet nothings
If you need to pick up something for chocoholics, there is an array of indulgences, including those that will suit a vegan palate. ai???We have a chocolatier on board here and import our beans, so we donai??i??t compromise on its quality,ai??? says Agarwal who is also a former graduate of Babson University in the United States. The best bit? Each box sponsors meals for underprivileged children in Mumbai and Delhi.

Price: The starting range is Rs 150 and can go up to Rs 1 lakh
Details: www.ethicalgifts.com

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Trileptal bipolar disorder Sashi Vangapalli is all set to make a mark with her debut collection dedicated to feisty women

CITY-BASED designer Sashi Vangapalli with her debut show at Lakme Fashion Week has our undivided attention. Her Spring/Summer collection, Bidariya, has already garnered rave reviews. To top it all she had a stunning showstopper in Sushmita Sen who walked the ramp in an epic lilac number with an intricately embroidered peplum bodice fitted with a cascading trail. ai???My collection is a salute to the feisty and independent woman of today, who has the
ability to make a name for herself in her own right. Thatai??i??s why, I could not think of anyone better than Sushmita Sen to be the face of my collection at LFW,ai??? says the 29-year-old designer speaking excitedly about how the diva carried off her ensemble ai???like a dreamai??i??.img_0613
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After bidding adieu to software engineering three years ago, this self-taught designer made it a point to learn her craft online. Since then, she has dressed actors such as Neha Dhupia, Kajal Agarwal and Tapsee Pannu. Her present collection is inspired by the Bidri art form which originated in Bidar, Karnataka. It is a combination of Persian, Arabic and Turkish art forms. ai???I wanted to revive this traditional craft through my designs and add a modern twist to it,ai??? says the designer who has woven in Bidri elements in her garments through the subtle embroidery of gold and silver tones.

Summery hues
Her garments will soon be available at Hyderabadai??i??s fashion retail store, Mugdha Art Studio, from March 1 onwards. Expect palazzos, tunics, ponchos, capes with a jumpsuit, off-shoulder sheer tops paired with skirts, voluminous cocktail gowns and so on. The outfits come in earthy hues and pastel tones such as chocolate, ombre, mustard and off white. The embroidery add an antiquated feel to the garments that are also punctuated with khardana work. Vangapalli has used fabrics such as mul, satin and silk cotton to maintain breezy silhouettes.

Price: The range starts from `8,000 onwards for the ponchos
Details: www.facebook.com/mugdhaartstudio/

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FROM shopping fiestas to new launches, the week gone by was action packed. The much-awaited expo, Fashion Yatra, hosted by Kamini Saraf at Taj Krishna, was a hit with the fashionistas of the city. We saw them having a good time there with their girlfriends as they shopped till they dropped and browsed through the numerous counters. This was also an expo with a cause; a part of this exhibitionai??i??s proceeds will be directed towards Teach for Change.
On Friday, I visited the unveiling of a swanky tea bar at Jubilee Hills, Chit Chat Chai. Socialites like Manjula Narsa, Kosuru Sangeetha and Sirisha Mulpura were spotted bonding over their cups of oolong, chamomile and ginger tea at the launch party by Poorna Tej Valluru and his tea sommelier wife, Vidya. Apart from tea, there were sumptuous canapAi??s, bite-size savouries and other lip-smacking desserts served at the do.
A beauty pageant, fbb Miss India was hosted in the city last Saturday at Big Bazaar, Ameerpet. The day-long audition witnessed an Ai??overwhelming response from the enthusiastic Hyderabadi youngsters. Eighty beautiful girls, chosen from Telangana walked the ramp as fashion designer Shravan Kummar judged the contest. Lucky ladies, Simran Choudhary, Spatika Surapaneni and Shreya Kamavarapu were adjudged the finalists of the
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February 24 | Park Hyatt Hyderabad
The much-anticipated connoisseurai??i??s fiesta, Hyderabad Food Festival, is being hosted at The Dining Room, Park Hyatt Hyderabad. Expert chef Shashidhar will be rustling up some traditional Hyderabadi delicacies, giving you a chance to savour
Murgh Seekh Kebab and Kachche Gosht ki Biryani. Lunch starts at
`1,300 ++. Details:49491234

Bare threads
February 25 | Beyond Coffee
Hereai??i??s a chance to make a sustainable sartorial statement. Coimbatore-based organic sari revivalist Vijayalakshmi Nachiar will be hosting an exhibition of eco-friendly saris at this Jubilee Hills-based coffee shop. She will bring exquisite pieces from her brand Ethicus, which is made of the finest organic cotton woven by some skilled craftsmen. The two-day exhibition, that starts on February 24, will display handspun weaves starting from `2,000. Details: 66466778

Photo walk
February 27 | Charminar
Are you obsessed with taking snapshots of the colourful lanes of Old Hyderabad? This street photography walk is conducted by an experienced Sherpa, Abhinava, with an in-depth understanding of photography. The starting point of the tour will be at Nimrah Cafe near Charminar. Individuals have to pay around `7-arty-frat1,000 to participate. The event begins at 3 pm.
Details: 9643982934

Arty frat
March 1| Kalakriti Art Gallery
Seema Kohliai??i??s works of varicoloured media that explore the eternal renewal of life and celebrate all things feminine will be on display at this Banjara Hills gallery. Titled ai???Golden Womb-Dawn of Time,ai??i?? this exhibition which is on till April 5, will display a collection of her paintings and sculptures. Pay a visit from 11 am onwards.
Details: 66564466

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February 26 | Star Movies
La La Land or Manchester by the Sea or Moonlight ai??i?? which big-ticket movie will sweep the Academy Awards this time? If you want to find out, tune into Star Movies to watch the 89th Academy Awards. If you are an early riser, you could watch it live at 5.30 am or the repeat telecast at 8.30 pm. Watch host Jimmy Kimmel and the top notch Hollywood stars in action straight from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. More on Page 8.

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February 28 | SodaBottleOpenerWala
If you like letting your hair down and singing your heart out, you could book a table at this Parsi Irani cafe. Participate in their Eena Meena Dikra Karaoke Nights as you gorge on some hearty Parsi food and cocktail. Make sure you have a list of your favourites handy before the karaoke jockey hands over the microphone. Meal for two would be around `1,300. From 9 pm onwards. Details: 68888681

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March 2 | Escapades Culinary Studio
An eight-day course on baking will commence at Escapades Culinary Studio in Kondapur. The course is spearheaded by well-known baker, Arundhati Rao. Baking enthusiasts can enroll for the course which is priced at `12,000.
Details: 9959202255

Doodle on
February 25 | Jubilee Hills
Head to Collab House if you are a creative soul with a penchant for doodling. A fun workshop called Art & Creativity with Garima Shukla will be organised by Shukla who is a graphic designer. From DIYs to doodling and hand lettering, learn the basics and a few secret tips. The workshop starts fromAi??10 amAi??onwards and the participation fee is `500. Details: 9985258603

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    A collection of artworks is up for auction to raise funds for Auroville

    AS A part of a new initiative, a group of internationally recognised artists, along with a handful of residential artists from Auroville, are joining hands to assist the Sri Aurobindo Ashram and the Auroville foundation in their efforts to secure the lands required to complete their long-term community project.bird-by-michel
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    The initiative, titled Art for Auroville Land, is working to raise funds to purchase lands within the area of Aurovilleai??i??s masterplan. The efforts have led to a number of artists and art lovers gifting works from all over the world, to support the cause. A team of Aurovillians and friends of Auroville have been designated to take care of the works, while all the proceeds of the auction will be used directly for the purchase, and protective fencing.
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    The works of Priya Sundaravalli, Priti Ghosh, Pierre le Grand and Chantal Gowhra, among others, are on display at the Unity Pavilion,
    and will be up for auction this week. Alongside, there will also be a sale of photographs of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, apart from cultural
    programmes every evening, until the end of the month.

    The exhibition is on until February 28.

    The auction will be held on February 25, 3 pm. At Unity Pavilion. For details call 0413 2622098. For online bidding visit artforland.auroville.org

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      Golden spirals
      February 25 | That Madras Place
      City-artist Tammarah, in association with That Madras Place and Hindustan Trading Company, is organising a two-hour mandala workshop for beginners. The workshop will focus on basic strokes, creating intricate geometrical patterns and different techniques that go into designing mandalas. Limited registration. (All materials will be provided.) Rs 1,500. Details: 8939177621

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      February 25 | T Nagar
      The group Hansel and Gretel Kids is giving children a chance to explore their creativity at the Puppet Show Carnival. A group contest with a maximum of four participants, each entry should include the narration of a story with the use of handmade puppets and other props. Open to children aged between 4 to 8 years. From 4 pm to 6 pm. Details: 9840431549

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      February 24 | Adyar
      Playcoop is conducting a 45-day intensive theatre workshop for children between the ages of 6 and 12 years. The course will focus on the basics of acting, voice modulation, and stress and intonation patterns. The graduating class will perform a 50-minute play, Ananandha Leela, written and directed by Playcoop, on April 17. Rs 1,250.
      Details: 9940514873.

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      February 25 | Rutland Gate
      Joshna Ramakrishnan and Holly Ann, bothAi?? certified yoga teachers, are conducting a one-of-a-kind yoga workshop. While Joshna will conduct an intense gravity-defying inversion practice session, Holly Annai??i??s special ai???sound bathai??i?? is designed for therapeutic and restorative relaxation through sound waves.
      7.30 am to 9 am. Rs 1,000 per guest.
      Details: 28330280

      Broad strokes
      March 2 | Harrington Road
      Learn the fundamentals of art like drawing, painting using different mediums, and perspectives. This four-week workshop for adults, hosted by Rainbow Fish Studios, will include theoretical sessions alongside practical classes. Rs 7,000 (Inclusive of materials).
      Limited registrations.
      Details: 24470438

      Learning curve
      February 26 | Taj Coromandel
      IDP Education India is conducting an education fair for students looking to pursue higher studies in the UK, USA, Canada and New Zealand. The fair will feature over 80 universities, offering courses such as Business Management & Finance, Mass Communication, and Hospitality, among others. Entry free.
      Details: 66002827

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      February 24 | Phoenix Marketcity
      Catch debut author Krishna Trilok from the city at the release of his first novel Sharikrida, at Starmark. A piece of fantasy fiction set in the Indian subcontinent, the novel deals with a futuristic world, where the country has been split into six kingdoms fighting for power and existence.
      From 6 pm. Details: 30083560

      Beaded dreams
      February 24 | MaalGaadi
      The White Rainbow Projectai??i??s (WRP) One Handed Clap is an initiative that will have designer Laura Eastman Malcolm unveil her latest collection of beaded scarves at MaalGaadi.
      The scarves will be sold to raise funds for WRPai??i??s initiative in helping widows learn to upcycle beads and saris. Called Heart to Heart, the collection will be showcased at MaalGaadi from today. Details: shop.maalgaadistore.com

      A leaf out of life
      February 25 |
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      Life coach and speaker ai???AVISai??i?? Vishwananthan is organising an evening of conversation featuring stage actor and director Freddy Koikaran and RJ Shyam Renganatha of Fever 91.9 FM. The event will feature inspirational stories and personal experiences from the lives of the guest speakers. Entry free. RSVP.
      Details: 24453191

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        Order eulexin and Author and sales guru Blair Singer says the toughest sale of all is selling yourself

        Forty-six-year-old Blair Singer doesnai??i??t consider himself to be a motivational speaker, but ai???a passionate teacher in the area of personal growth and businessai???. This weekend, Singer will conduct a workshop in the city for all those who want to sharpen their sales skills. The author of bestsellers such as Little Voice Mastery, Sales Dogs and Team Code of Honour is looking forward to meeting people who have ai???only scratched the surfaceAi?? of what they are truly capable of.ai??? On his maiden India visit, Singer shares with us, in his own words, someAi?? tricks of the trade, which are bound to resonate with both your personal and professional life.

        To walk the talk, one needs to be clear on their values first ai??i?? have a personal set of rules that you donai??i??t compromise on. Be open to making mistakes, admitting them and if need be, publicly correcting them. It is also important to know when to lead and when to support. However, never stop doing one or the other at any point.

        Attracting attention maybe easy, but holding it can be tough. To do this, one must first have a positive state of mind. Be involved in the other personai??i??s world ai??i?? donai??i??t hesitate to ask questions and be truly interested in what they have to say. Passion and empathy go a long way. If you feel you are losing out on the other partyai??i??s attention, make sure there is a change in the immediate environment, so as to gain back their attention.

        The toughest sale of all is selling you to you. One thing that stops people from success is that they are unable to overcome their fear about what other people think of them. There are many such tough lessons you learn along the way, and the toughest of them is how to learn to master the ai???little voice between your earsai??i??. Success in sales (and life) is mostly in our own head and in our own attitudes and behaviours.

        Blair Singer will conductAi?? the Sales Explosion Program on February 25 and 26 at The Westin Chennai Velachery. The workshop is priced at `1,40,000. Details: 7299027773.
        Visit: www.successgyan.com

        Forty-six-year-old Blair Singer doesnai??i??t consider himself to be a motivational speaker, but ai???a passionate teacher in the area of personal growth and businessai???. This weekend, Singer will conduct a workshop in the city for all those who want to sharpen their sales skills. The author of bestsellers such as Little Voice Mastery, Sales Dogs and Team Code of Honour is looking forward to meeting people who have ai???only scratched the surfaceAi?? of what they are truly capable of.ai??? On his maiden India visit, Singer shares with us, in his own words, someAi?? tricks of the trade, which are bound to resonate with both your personal and professional life.

        To walk the talk, one needs to be clear on their values first ai??i?? have a personal set of rules that you donai??i??t compromise on. Be open to making mistakes, admitting them and if need be, publicly correcting them. It is also important to know when to lead and when to support. However, never stop doing one or the other at any point.

        Attracting attention maybe easy, but holding it can be tough. To do this, one must first have a positive state of mind. Be involved in the other personai??i??s world ai??i?? donai??i??t hesitate to ask questions and be truly interested in what they have to say. Passion and empathy go a long way. If you feel you are losing out on the other partyai??i??s attention, make sure there is a change in the immediate environment, so as to gain back their attention.

        The toughest sale of all is selling you to you. One thing that stops people from success is that they are unable to overcome their fear about what other people think of them. There are many such tough lessons you learn along the way, and the toughest of them is how to learn to master the ai???little voice between your earsai??i??. Success in sales (and life) is mostly in our own head and in our own attitudes and behaviours.

        Blair Singer will conductAi?? the Sales Explosion Program on February 25 and 26 at The Westin Chennai Velachery. The workshop is priced at `1,40,000. Details: 7299027773.
        Visit: www.successgyan.com

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          Naveen Actoplus price John talks about counting down to the Asian Cycling Championships and desi squad goals

          Naveen John is going places on his cycle, faster than most on a plane. The Bengaluru boy who is Indiaai??i??s first pro cyclist was in the city recently to launch the countryai??i??s first Elite Amateur Racing Team of cyclists, of which he is both director and rider. Heai??i??s also counting down to the Asian Cycling Championships for which he will head to Bahrain at the end of the month. While on the business side, the athlete runs aAi?? coaching space called Wattbombs Coaching and a brand-agnostic project called the Indian Pro Cycling Project for training national-level cyclists. Interestingly enough, this passion-turned-full time career of his was discovered while Naveen was pursuing an Electrical Engineering course at Purdue University in the United States. Instead of doing homework, he and his friends would load their bikes on the roof of a station and drive to the next state for a race!
          Hereai??i??s a glimpse of the road ahead and how toAi?? handle those handlebars under pressure:
          Butterflies for Bahrain?
          Iai??i??ve done the work to be in the best shape I can possibly be in for the Asian Cycling Championships. Apart from training, I spend a lot of time visualising every minute leading-up and during the race, so everything seems like deja-vu on the day, and the calmness from that allows me to perform to my maximum.
          The world and beyond
          In 2016, I had the opportunity to ride with a professional racing team in Australia, as the first cyclist from India at the World Championships . There were a ton of challenges I had to navigate on my own ai??i?? from Visa paperwork, travel logistics, organising stay while abroad, sorting out travel/medical/racing insurance, fundraising, sponsor activation responsibilities. And while I enjoyed the challenges, it put a limit on how much I could commit to training and performing in my sport. So when Ciclo Cafe offered to support me and asked me if I’d be interested in directing and mentoring a crop of riders alongside my personal goals, it was an easy decision to make.
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          Having ridden in the US, Australia, Europe , and in India, Iai??i??d say that cyclists in India are the most resilient cyclists anywhere. I mean, there are a million reasons not to ride your bike in an Indian city, but yet, thereai??i??s thousands of us these days in Tier 1 and 2 cities who find ways to make it happen ai??i?? waking-up before the sun comes out, donning our safety lights and cycling kits, navigating our cities, less than ideal infrastructure, knocking out 20-100+km before breakfast.
          5 am training days
          Building up to the Asian championships, I have been doing simulations of the race. That means a
          5 am wake-up call, and covering 100 km in about two hours 10 minutes, at an average of 47-48 kmph.Ai?? So thatai??i??s had me buckled. My
          typical training day is not very different. I train 15 to 25 hours a week, and off the bike, I also do strength training and yoga.

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            Akhil on the move Buy seroflo inhaler padai-veeran-snip1
            ai???Thanks to Ilami I got Padai Veeran,ai??? says Akhil. The Kalloori hero had played the antagonist in it and it seems to have worked to his
            advantage. His career, which was moving at a snailai??i??s pace, has since picked up. Padai Veeran directed by Bhana, a former assistant to Mani Ratnam, has Akhil playing a cop and sharing screen space with Vijay Yesudas (singer) and Bharatiraja. ai???It will take me to the next level in my career,ai??? the actor says confidently. Also on the floors is Alai Pesi with Anu Krishna, his co-star in Ilami.

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            Sanchita Shetty canai??i??t stop smiling these days. Last Friday, two of her films were released (Rum and Ennodu Vilayaadu), with Shetty
            getting substantial screen time in both. The handful of films she had acted in were all thrillers, including Pizza and Soodhu Kavvum. ai???Iai??i??m selective in my choice of scripts and so far Iai??i??ve been lucky,ai??? says the Bengaluru-based actress. Her upcoming films include a Kannada film and a Malayalam one.

            A new leaf
            ai???Iai??i??d heard the script about five years back. Back then I wasnai??i??t confident I could carry it off. And when it came to me a second time, I felt I was sufficiently equipped to tackle the complex role,ai??? says Vijay Antony about Yaman (releasing today). After Naan, this is Antonyai??i??s second outing with director Jeeva Shankar. The actor-composer reportedly has gone for a complete make-over in this political thriller. A take on contemporary politics, itai??i??s about an ordinary man who rises to the highest echelons of political power.

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              Saorise Ronan and Emory Cohenlend a touch of romance to Brooklyn

              DIRECTOR JOHNAi?? Crowleyai??i??s romantic drama Brooklyn, based on the novel of the same name by Irish author Colm TA?ibAi??n, was nominated for three Academy Awards last year ai??i?? for Best Picture, Best Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay. Set in the early-1950s, it tells the story of Ellis Lacey, a young Irish woman moving to Brooklyn, where she falls in love. We chat with the lead
              actors Saoirse Ronan and Emory Cohen.

              How does the film reflect Colm TA?ibAi??nai??i??s book?
              Saorise Ronan: People really connect to Colmai??i??s writing. Itai??i??s very personal, and he writes women with so much detail, heart and understanding. If it was put in the right hands, which it was with Nick (Hornby; screenplay writer), and (producers) Finola (Dwyer) and Amanda (Posey), you could only bring something great like that to life in a lovely way.

              How did you relate with your character, Ellis?
              SR: You can look back and go, ai???Okay, I did it,ai??? like with Ellis ai??i?? she makes this entire journey, and itai??i??s
              tough and hard, and then sheai??i??s able to look back at the end and realise, ai???Oh, I did actually get through it.ai???

              Was it easy finding a sense of chemistry with Saoirse? Beconase costo emory-and-saorise
              Emory Cohen: We kind of went into it, and allowing ourselves to play at being in-character-ish together.
              I was shy around her, very nervous, and I let myself be that way.

              How do you see the film resonating with todayai??i??s audiences?
              EC: Iai??i??d say, in terms of the romantic side of it, thereai??i??s this timeless desire for that kind of courtship, that kind of chivalry and intimacy. The same thing has to do with the homesickness side of the story, discovering who you are, having to go out in the world, be your own person, and all that.
              A lot of it resonates ai??i?? even in our double hashtag culture.

              A word on the costumes by the designer Odile Dicks-Mireaux?
              SR: Odile is good with that classic, romantic look. She puts so much consideration into the journey of this character, and her outfits, clothes and her look reflect that. It was a gradual thing, and you only notice when she goes home, how her fashion has started to change.

              Brooklyn premieres on Star Movies on February 25 at 6.30 pm.

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