New Delhi – Tory Burch in partnership with Reliance Brands Limited (RBL) has opened its exclusive store at DLF Emporio, New Delhi. It is the brand’s first site in India and offers a wide assortment of the collection including shoes, bags, ready-to-wear and accessories. Tory Burch, Executive Chairman and CreativeRead More →

England’s culture sector will receive an additional £ 850million from the Treasury in the budget to be announced this week by Chancellor Rishi Sunak. “The country’s best-loved museums and galleries will receive £ 850million in post-pandemic funding to bring our world-renowned cultural and heritage hotspots to life,” the Chancellor isRead More →

Suneet Varma New Delhi – Blenders Pride Fashion Tour “The Showcase in association with FDCI was launched on August 6 with the aim of seeking out the next generation of fashion designers, photographers, models and content creators to catapult their professional journeys. The candidates were mentored by industry pioneers suchRead More →

GLOUCESTERSHIRE, England – A Roman-era statue of Venus has been unearthed as developers prepare a site for a new $ 145 million multi-purpose commercial construction project called, aptly, The Forum. Venus is worshiped in the Religio Romana and other religions as the goddess of love, beauty, sex, fertility, prosperity andRead More →

Shubh saran New Delhi – Contemporary New York-based musician and songwriter Shubh Saran will release his second full-length album – fourth overall release – titled “Inglish” on October 29th. The album was the culmination of a creative process that began shortly after the Covid-19 lockdown when Saran returned to theRead More →

ORLEANS – “Community policing is all about communication,” Orléans Police Chief Scott MacDonald said this week after his department won the Chiefs Association’s first Community Policing Award in 2020. New England Police Department. The department – with its 30 employees, including 22 full-time patrollers – has been recognized for itsRead More →

The Church of England can create a culture where minorities are treated “like germs,” ​​said the dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Speaking ahead of Easter Sunday, the Right Reverend Dr David Ison said the Church and her God “appear inhuman to many” as they are “complicit” in “structural discrimination” againstRead More →

A former cabinet minister-turned-clergyman has embarked on the feud between Lord Carey and the Church of England as he called for a “deep reform” of his “culture of fear and secrecy”. Reverend Jonathan Aitken made controversial comments after Lord Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1991 to 2002, criticized the ChurchRead More →