Popular rapper Raftaar feels muscle and money power are great tools to intimidate those who are fresh in the music business, adding that we need to give an equal chance to everyone irrespective of their lineage. 'Remember true power is vested in the hands of the fans. Muscle and money power are great tools to intimidate someone who is fresh in the business but real talent will always shine and the universe will back it,' Raftaar said while talking about the ongoing debate around the disbalance of power in the music industry, and place for outsiders in the industry.
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A popular queer bar has closed in Toronto in one of the harshest blows dealt to the community during COVID 19.The Beaver took to social media to explain that they "always operated on a fine line of keeping the doors open" and "will not be re opening at 1192 Queen West."
The trend being, of course, neon. The '80s highlighter hues have been everywhere this summer from swimsuits to shirts, but most notably in makeup. Brands such as Anastasia Beverly Hills and NYX dabbled in neons with new eyeliners and eyeshadow palettes while celebs have turned to the colors for ultimate quarantine looks (hello, Tracee Ellis Ross). It''s not hard to see why; neons are fun and exciting especially during a time when face masks are required and eye makeup is all anyone can see. While there are many ways to adopt the trend, Teigen''s three iterations are not only cute but easy, too. And though, yes, two of her looks were done by professional makeup artist Kristine Studden, anyone can recreate these neon moments. Below, a closer look at Teigen''s neon eye makeup, plus some products to get you started.
The meeting is set to be held in Chushul on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.What are some of the ways that biases both internal and institutionalised impact women at work? And what can we do about them?
"In reality, natural redheads are a rare breed, " says Nine Zero One stylist Anthony Holguin, who has worked his hair magic on the likes of Rumer Willis and Nina Dobrev. "I believe redheads will always be a staple in society, which will always be trending. " Kim Kardashian''s latest induction into the redhead club with a dye job so cherry like that fans initially assumed it was a wig is proof of that sentiment.But choosing the right red is where it gets complicated. "We ve traditionally seen ashier, pale reds on lighter skin tones, bright reds on medium skin, and deeper reds and burgundies on darker skin tones, " says Larry Sims, stylist to Gabrielle Union, Alicia Keys, and Danai Gurira. "I love seeing people that have created new narratives in choosing hair colors. We re learning more and more that rules are made to be broken. "
Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to MessengerMessengerMessenger Share to TelegramTelegramTelegram By AuthorIANS Published: 13th Jul 2020 10:33 amFile Photo: Rapper Raftaar New Delhi: Popular rapper Raftaar feels muscle and money power are great tools to intimidate those who are fresh in the music business, adding that we need to give an equal chance to everyone irrespective of their lineage. "Remember true power is vested in the hands of the fans. Muscle and money power are great tools to intimidate someone who is fresh in the business but real talent will always shine and the universe will back it, " Raftaar told IANS while talking about the ongoing debate around the disbalance of power in the music industry, and place for outsiders in the industry.
As we see around, present times seem grim for minorities across the world, especially with the rise of fascist forces. This has nevertheless also increased the momentum of the activism and one aspect we are questioning as a part of it is, the majoritarian gaze through media representation. Disclosure, an American documentary released on Netflix this June 20 attempts to point this very cis gender heterosexual gaze on the LGBTQIA community. This gaze undoubtedly has always had an omnipresence space on the screen and eventually has fortified our ways of reacting upon our encounter with transgenders. Disclosure quotes a study according to which 80 percent of the Americans do not personally know a transgender, so the audience including the transgender community largely depends upon the media to perceive and absorb their image. When Laverne Cox, famous for her role of Sophia Burset on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, talks about the earliest impression of trans people on her, through TV shows, wherein she recalls that the characters who were not even identified as trans were projected in a manner to reinforce our cliched image of a trans person. This was presented by adopting a humorous mode which eventually made her hate everything trans about herself . Candis Cayne reveals here how the pitch of her voice was lowered two octaves in the introductory scene of Dirty Sexy Money (2007) to make the audience aware of her trans ness.
Prior to an investment by its venture arm, Volvo was testing Circulor ''s platform for over a year. The startup was helping the carmaker to verify the origins of cobalt used in its batteries. Cobalt, as is with many other raw materials, is not always ethically sourced. Circulor is also tracking the origins of another important raw material for car manufacturing, mica, which is used for insulation.
PHOENIX The pandemic has changed daily life in many ways work, school and leisure among them.When people get sick from anything other than COVID 19 and need treatment inside a hospital, there are plenty of restrictions, often being forced to be alone with no physical support although one artist has taken his personal experience and changed that.
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.Zac Efron is a popular actor who has landed many lead roles in blockbuster films. He has just released a series on Netflix, called Down to Earth, which sees him travel around the world with wellness expert Darin Olien to find healthy ways to live. Fans are keen to know Zac Efron''s net worth, and Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.Zac Efron''s net worth is believed to be somewhere in the region of $24 25million ( pound;21.4million).
It may be recalled that the total value of the project for 44 Vande Bharat Express trains in the country is more than Rs. 1,500 crore. In a letter to Goyal, Cat General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that the Chinese company is one of the six companies offering tenders for purchase of propulsion system or electric traction contracts of these railways in a joint venture with a company of CRRC Corporation Gurugram.CAT has said that the Indian Railways project is a part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi;s call for make in India, so the Chinese company should not be allowed to participate in the project in view of this fact and the current circumstances. The letter says that the Ministry of Railways should insist on Indian companies for this project.
Meanwhile, India Pakistan ties have produced some of the exciting encounters. The players of both sides have put their best game in these crunch matches. Incidentally, Pakistan have never beaten India in the World Cup.Speaking on the same lines, Waqar Younis recently praised India for playing better cricket consistently. He also agreed that the Men in Blues always had an upper hand against Pakistan.
Akbaruddin was speaking during an online interaction with the Vice Chancellor and other faculty members of the University of Hyderabad, his alma mater. About his experience working at the United Nations, he said: "The ones who have been a part of the United Nations very well know that UN is not an enchanted place. Countries like China and India stand very differently in the UN, in terms of their perspective and approach. China is always quiet and speaks only for itself whereas India always wants to speak for everyone."
After the death of senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj, there has not been a single woman in the parliamentary board. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Union Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani are reportedly in the fray. Either of the two leaders could be assigned a place in the parliamentary board.Prime Minister Narendra Modi, party President J P Nadda, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah, Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari, Dalit face and Union minister Thawar Chand Gehlot, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and organisation general secretary B L Santosh are the eight ministers who comprise the parliamentary board.
Sources told Financial Express Online that the bid by China;s CRRC is expected to be scrapped based on a clause in Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion;s #8216;Make in India; policy. ;If a Nodal Ministry is satisfied that Indian suppliers of an item are not allowed to participate and or compete in procurement by any foreign government, it may, if it deems appropriate, restrict or exclude bidders from that country from eligibility for procurement of that item and or other items relating to that Nodal Ministry,; the clause in Public Procurement (Preference to Make in India), Order 2017 reads.According to the policy the bidder may be considered from a country based on several criteria, one of which is - "a majority of its shareholding or effective control of the entity is exercised from that country ". CRRC Pioneer Electric (India), is a joint venture of CRRC Corporation and a Gurugram based company according to its website.Chinese state owned CRRC Corporation has emerged as a contender for the tender for procuring propulsion systems. According to officials quoted in a PTI report, the present tender for 44 Vande Bharat Express (Train 18) trains sets project would be worth over an amount of Rs 1,500 crore. This is considering that the first Vande Bharat Express, which was launched last year at a cost of Rs 100 crore has a Rs 35 crore propulsion system component. This current tender for the project was floated last year on December 22, and was opened on Friday. This tender is the third such tender, which has been floated for these #8216;Make in India ' trains. The tender that was floated was for the supply of electrical equipment along with other items for 44 Vande Bharat Express train sets, each consisting of 16 coaches.According to the report, the first tender was for as many as 43 sets. The second tender was floated for a total of 37 Train 18 propulsion systems. However, this was cancelled. Surprisingly, major firms such as Mitsubishi, Alstom, CAF, Siemens, Bombardier, and Talgo did not participate in the bids.Following a standoff with China, a Rs 471 crore signalling and telecommunication work contract for a 417 km stretch on the Kanpur Deen Dayal Upadhyay section by a Chinese firm was cancelled by Indian Railways. The national transporter also scrapped a tender for the thermal screening cameras after vendors from India complained of the bid document, which according to them was favouring the Chinese.According to officials, it might take at least two and a half years to manufacture the next Vande Bharat Express. Thus, there is likely to be a delay in the target set by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal who aimed to produce 160 coaches in the year 2019 20, as many as 240 coaches in the year 2020 21 and 240 number of coaches in the year 2021 22 at the ICF, Chennai.The coaches of the upcoming Train 18 train sets will be of Chair Car type, specially designed for day travel. These trains will also offer various other facilities like CCTVs, automatic plug doors with retractable footsteps, in coach displays, speakers, mobile laptop charging sockets, modular pantry equipment, GPS antenna, luggage racks with reading lamps, etc.
Students from countries as diverse as India, China and Brazil told The Associated Press they are scrambling to devise plans after federal immigration authorities notified colleges this week that international students must leave the US or transfer to another college if their schools operate entirely online this fall.Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology filed a lawsuit this week to block the decision, and now California and Washington state are seeking injunctions against enforcing the new visa policy. "Shame on the Trump Administration for risking not only the education opportunities for students who earned the chance to go to college, but now their health and well being as well,? California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Thursday.Some said they may return home, or move to nearby Canada. "I 'm generating research, I 'm doing work in a great economy, " said Batuhan Mekiker, a Ph.D. student from Turkey studying computer science at Montana State University in Bozeman. He ''s in the third year of a five year program. "If I go to Turkey, I would not have that, " he said. "I would like to be somewhere where my talent is appreciated. " Mathias, a Seattle based student who spoke on condition his last name not be used for fear of losing his immigration status, said he is set to sell his car, break his lease, and get his cat Louis permission to fly back to his home in Paris in the next two weeks. "Everyone ''s very worried, " he said. "We have our whole lives here. " Seven students from China and Germany who attend universities in California sued Friday to block enforcement, alleging potential threats to their health and financial calamity. " The policy treats them as pawns for the president ''s politically motivated decision, " Mark Rosenbaum of nonprofit Public Counsel, which filed the suit, said in a statement.Many American universities have come to depend on the revenue from more than 1 million international students, who typically pay higher tuition. President Donald Trump has insisted they return to in person instruction as soon as possible, alleging that schools are being kept closed to harm the economy and make him look bad.The guidance was released the same day Harvard announced it would keep all undergraduate classes online this fall. Harvard said the new Trump directive would prevent many of its 5,000 international students from remaining in the US.The University of Southern California sent a letter to students and faculty, saying it is "deeply troubled " and that the the policy could negatively impact countless international students. " Like other universities, USC said it was pushing back and working to ensure students ' academic careers aren ''t harmed, while exploring ways for students to safely study in person if they wish.The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said the directive could inflict significant harm on colleges, students, the business community and the economy. A U.S. State Department press release said the policy provides greater flexibility for non immigrant students to continue their education in the United States, while also allowing for proper social distancing on open and operating campuses.A day after Harvard sued, the university notified the court that immigration authorities appear to be already enforcing the policy. A lawyer for Harvard urged the judge to suspend the rule, saying that a first year student from Belarus was turned away from his flight at a Minsk airport. There is another hearing Friday. "This is very dangerous and cruel, " said Jessie Peng, a Chinese graduate student in analytics at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. "We have nowhere to go, " said Peng, 27. "Either risk our lives and go to school or we risk our lives flying back to China. " Jasdeep Mandia, a doctoral candidate from India studying economics at Arizona State University, said he has breathing problems that could worsen if he gets sick from COVID 19.Mandia, 35, originally planned to conduct all his fall studies online. He says the Trump directive puts the shaky standing of international students on display. "It has never been a level playing field, " he said. "But this makes it more apparent. "At Indiana University, American scholar Dakota Murray wrote in the school newspaper about his uncertainty over how the guidance would affect him and his wife, a fellow doctoral candidate who is from South Korea. Murray, 27, said he and his wife had discussed going to live in South Korea or maybe Canada, where she has relatives. He spoke on condition that his wife ''s name not be used because she is trying to obtain a green card that will let her work and reside in the U.S. after she finishes her studies.Vanderbilt University student Safa Shahzad went home to Manchester, England, for a visit in March but got stuck there when the U.S. imposed travel restrictions to slow the spread of the virus.Still in England, the 19 year old, who is double majoring in politics and computer science, completed her freshman year from afar after the university transitioned online. Although Vanderbilt has said courses will be a hybrid of online and in person this fall, Shahzad cannot travel to the U.S. until the Trump administration lifts the travel restrictions. "I 'm just kind of waiting, " she said.
At the time, the premiere of Mad Men, a cultural touchstone that spurred a fervent obsession with anything and everything associated with midcentury modern design, was still a couple years away. Serious interest in petite sized homes was still incubating. Both were trends within the architecture and design and preservation communities back in 2004 but they have become mass market phenomena in the 16 years since, explained Randl to AN of what has changed in the years since A frame was first published. The other important difference is the rise of social media that allows people to share ideas and favored designs in ways that spread rapidly, efficiently, and without the mediation of experts or authorities.