If you’re on the hunt for novelty, then Kishanganj
If you’re on the hunt for novelty, then the catwalk seems like the obvious place to look. Fashion is an industry that runs on the distinctive rhythm of slavering over a particular shade or cut or style for six months, before consigning it to oblivion. But the longer I spend in fashion, the more I suspect that there’s nothing new on the runway.
Designers are constantly in search of inspiration and the inequitable distribution of temporal resources naturally leads their imaginations to a historical turn. Human perception of time leaves us with a deep well of the past and a sliver of present. The most notable shows I’ve seen in this vein include John Galliano’s punked-up versions of French court dress for Dior; and Jean-Paul Gaultier’s crops, capes and rakishly tilted dressage hats for Hermès. Ralph Lauren flits from Edwardian aristo to 1920s colonialist, which makes sense for a brand worn by wannabe masters of the universe who lust for a time when power was exercised without an apologetic cringe.
It sometimes seems like the only thing that’s new are the customers. Fashion stays fresh because each new generation reacts against established canons to form its own identity. There is satisfaction to be taken in rescuing clothes that your seniors failed to appreciate.
The rise of Instagram has also had a reactionary effect. As recently as ten years ago, consumers’ desires were sparked by the taste of a few magazine editors. These have now been replaced by a network of digital influencers that grows each day. Yet a thousand flowers have not bloomed. The result is creative stagnation. The advantage of a hierarchy is that the fluid dynamics are clear. For centuries, fashion was an elite pursuit. Those with less power imitated their betters in pursuit of advancement. In the post-war era, the direction of taste-making was reversed. The sway of aristocracies waned and designers found inspiration in the street.
Now, as the middle class spreads and globalisation homogenises taste, it becomes harder to find countercultural pools bubbling with novelty. The very word “influencer” reveals the problem. These people are nodes of transmission rather than sources of creativity. Fashion brands need them to spread word of their wares. Influencers need the support of the brands to prove their continued relevance and to make a living. Each is looking to the other, asking what shall I wear?
Nostalgia fills the creative gap. It’s an essential element of a youth culture that feels short-changed by their baby-boomer parents. They love vinyl and craft beer and droning “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” at Glastonbury. What’s noticeable is that so many clothes and designers are drawn to the 1990s. This was the last decade before the world became dizzyingly interconnected. It was also the only time in living memory in which a young person could theoretically both afford to buy a house and live in it without worrying that it would be blown up in a nuclear war. No wonder they look on it fondly. Right now, I’m in the midst of London Menswear shows and, if you ignore the smartphones and Ubers, it’s like being transported back to 1991. At one show, I noticed a punchy, baggy, checked jacket that looked a lot like one I bought in 1993. I dug it out and began wearing it again. Now I’m 43, it looks a lot less cool than it once did, though it comes in handy for masking my paunch. It’s a sobering reminder of mortality when you notice a trend coming around again. Fashion keeps on churning regardless.
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ये वो समय है, जब हर कोई चौपाल का अनन्द लेना चाह रहे है.
तिनका अपना स्वर अलाफ रहा है..
पंछी हर समय अपना पक्छ रख रहे है,
ऐसा लगता है....
समय हम से सब कुछ लेना चाह रही है और जिनका हमने सब कुछ ले लिया है उसे प्रकृति वापस करना चाह रही है,
आज धारती का सबसे तेज,बंद फिजरे मे है और जो बंद थे वो आसमान की तरफ देख रहे है.
नदी को फिर से अपना जीवन जीने की याद आयी है,
पेड़ अपने को बचाने से ज्यादा अपने को निहारने में लगे है,
खड़की पर कोई आ के फिरकी ले रहा रहा है और आसमान की और देख अपनी भाषा में कुछ कहना चाह रहा है ,
सभी खुश है हम मानव, मानव निर्मित घर में कैद है.
प्रकृति का बदला सुना था पर सच का पता नहीं था.
सुधरो संभालो ये संसार किसका?
आज कैदी है हम ये कसूर किसका ?
घमंड था हमें, अब ये जहाँ किसका?
साथ ना रहा कोई, अब इंतजार किसका ?
चन्द्रमा दूर नहीं था हमसे, ये रास्ता किसका?
हम दूर हो गए सबसे, ये एहसास किसका?
समय ही समय है, अब समय किसका?
सब कुछ खो दिया, अब सवाल किसका है?
प्रकृति से प्रेम ही मानवता है, मंदिर - मस्जिद जाने से शांति मिलती है, कभी सूखते पेड़ को हरा करें.
नदी में कुछ गन्दा फेखने से पहले ये जरूर सोचे वो भी किसी का घर है.
गाड़ी तेज चलने में कोई जानवर ना आ जाए, वो भी किसी का बच्चा है, माँ है.
छोटी बाते लेकिन किया जा सकता है.
इन सब से अपनों को बचाया जा सकता है.
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सीमांचल म़ें अल्पसंख्यक की बाहुलता को देखते हुए खालिद मुबारक को जदयू से जोड़ा गया है और आगामी विधानसभा में उनकी उम्मीदवारी भी तय है। वहीं प्रदेश महासचिव खालिद मुबारक ने कहा कि नीतीश कुमार व आरसीपी सिंह ने उनके कंधों पर संगठन का अहम दायित्व सौंपा है। सीमांचल में जदयू को मजबूत किया जाएगा।
Science is the well system ise an organised knowledge based on the experimental observation and investigation
Father of science- Aristottle
Science divided into three broad categories
1. social science 2.abstructed science and 3.natural science
Natural science natural science is called biology study of living things is called biology
#father of Biology is Aristottle
term Biology given by Lamark and
SOME INTRESTING FACT ABOUT CORONA VIRUS
BY -RICKY ROY,SILIGURI,+919800112479
"THE EYES OF DARKNESS" NAME OF A BOOK WHICH IS PUBLISHED IN 1981 BY AN AMERICAN AUTHOR
IN THIS BOOK PAGE NUMBER 553 TO 556 THERE IS WRITTEN ABOUT CORONA VIRUS THAT CORONA VIRUS HAVE BEEN KEPT SAFELY IN A LABORATORY IN WUHAN CHINA ,WHICH MAY BE USE IN FUTURE FOR TO MURDER POOR PEOPLE OF CHINA AND FOR THAT CHINA WILL PROVE HIMSELF SUPERPOWER IN AROUND THE WORLD.IN THIS BOOK CORONA VIRUS NAMED AS WUHAN 400 AND ALSO WRITTEN THAT IN FUTURE CHINA WILL USE THAT VIRUS FOR BIOLOGICAL WAR ALSO.
NOTE: THE PAGE OF THIS BOOK IS COLLECTED FROM MY FRIEND FROM USA.
WHO Director-General's opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19
Good afternoon, and thank you once again for joining us in person and online.
Today I want to start by saying thank you to all our colleagues in the media. As providers of information, you play a vital role in the response to COVID-19.
The fight against rumours and misinformation is a vital part of the battle against this virus. We rely on you to make sure people have accurate information about the threat they face, and how to protect themselves and others.
Now to the numbers.
There is now a total of 95,265 reported cases of COVID-19 globally, and 3281 deaths.
In the past 24 hours, China reported 143 cases. Most cases continue to be reported from Hubei province, and 8 provinces have not reported any cases in the last 14 days.
Outside China, 2055 cases were reported in 33 countries. Around 80% of those cases continue to come from just three countries.
We see encouraging signs from the Republic of Korea. The number of newly-reported cases appears to be declining, and the cases that are being reported are being identified primarily from known clusters.
Although a few countries are reporting large numbers of cases, 115 countries have not reported any cases.
21 countries have reported only one case.
And 5 countries that had reported cases have not reported new cases in the past 14 days.
The experience of these countries and of China continues to demonstrate that this is not a one-way street.
This epidemic can be pushed back, but only with a collective, coordinated and comprehensive approach that engages the entire machinery of government.
We are calling on every country to act with speed, scale and clear-minded determination.
Although we continue to see the majority of cases in a handful of countries, we are deeply concerned about the increasing number of countries reporting cases, especially those with weaker health systems.
However, this epidemic is a threat for every country, rich and poor. As we have said before, even high-income countries should expect surprises. The solution is aggressive preparedness.
We’re concerned that some countries have either not taken this seriously enough, or have decided there’s nothing they can do.
We are concerned that in some countries the level of political commitment and the actions that demonstrate that commitment do not match the level of the threat we all face.
This is not a drill.
This is not the time to give up.
This is not a time for excuses.
This is a time for pulling out all the stops.
Countries have been planning for scenarios like this for decades. Now is the time to act on those plans.
These are plans that start with leadership from the top, coordinating every part of government, not just the health ministry – security, diplomacy, finance, commerce, transport, trade, information and more – the whole government should be involved.
Activate your emergency plans through that whole-government approach.
Educate your public, so that people know what the symptoms are and know how to protect themselves and others.
Increase your testing capacity.
Get your hospitals ready.
Ensure essential supplies are available.
Train your health workers to identify cases, provide careful and compassionate treatment, and protect themselves from infection.
If countries act aggressively to find, isolate and treat cases, and to trace every contact, they can change the trajectory of this epidemic.
If we take the approach that there’s nothing we can do, that will quickly become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
It’s in our hands.
WHO has published step-by-step guidelines for countries to develop their national action plans according to eight key areas, which are supported by detailed technical guidance.
We call on all countries to accelerate those plans, and we stand ready to work with them to do that.
More funding is being made available to support countries that need it, and that have plans in place.
As you know, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund have both made funds available to stabilize health systems and mitigate the economic consequences of the epidemic, with a special focus on enabling access to critical supplies and equipment.
I had also a very fruitful discussion with the President of the African Development Bank.
This is funding that is available now to countries who need it, in line with WHO’s Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan.
These funds are essential for supporting the response now, but also for long-term preparedness.
Although COVID-19 presents an acute threat now, it is absolutely essential that countries do not lose this opportunity to strengthen their preparedness systems.
We know people are afraid, and that’s normal and appropriate.
That fear can be managed and moderated with accurate information. Today WHO has launched a new social media campaign called Be Ready for COVID-19, which urges people to be safe, smart and informed.
If you feel overwhelmed by fear, reach out to those around you. Find out what your community’s emergency response plans are, how you fit in and how you can help.
There’s still a lot we don’t know, but every day we’re learning more, and we’re working around the clock to fill in the gaps in our knowledge.
Ultimately, how deadly this virus will be depends not only on the virus itself, but on how we respond to it.
This is a serious disease. It is not deadly to most people, but it can kill.
We’re all responsible for reducing our own risk of infection, and if we’re infected, for reducing our risk of infecting others.
There’s something all of us can do to protect vulnerable people in our communities.
That’s why we keep talking about solidarity.
This is not just a threat for individual people, or individual countries.
We’re all in this together, and we can only save lives together.
I thank you.
#Bitcoin Price Prediction 2020 - Realistic Bitcoin Predictions
by - #Rickyroy
Bitcoin Price Prediction 2020: Will Bitcoin Go Up?
Bitcoin has been performing quite well and recently it has started with its bull run. This has taken the market by amazement. Now the traders and investors are in a state where they are trying to make optimum utilization of the bull run. The more the trading, the more the price. Moreover, as we know, Bitcoins are scarce in circulation, i.e. there can be only 21 million Bitcoins mined, out of which 17 million has been mined already, which means only 4 million to be mined, which will make its value more. Additionally, several countries like the U.S., Japan, and South Korea have shown extreme willingness to integrate Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies into their financial systems by setting up regulated markets that might function freely and securely. By the end of the year 2020, the Bitcoin price will reach $23,499.
Bitcoin Price Prediction 2022
Bitcoin might experience unexpected growth by 2022, with the adoption rate getting tripled. Bitcoin might be accepted by the masses worldwide as the most feasible payment system, which is hassle-free. Bitcoin anyway is not far off before it takes the sweet spot for fiat currencies, and most of the developed world might see the change coming in faster than the rest. By 2022, Bitcoin might reach $32,000, given the advancements are stable.
Bitcoin Price Prediction 2025
Bitcoin price prediction suggests that the Bitcoin price is up for a long-term 385.450281% in the BTC price value with a 5-year investment. This means that in 2025, the Bitcoin price is forecasted to stand at $ 50044.6. (Bitcoin Future Prediction)
Bitcoin might touch the $50k mark in the year 2025, which can take the crypto market to a whole different height altogether. As per the predictions and analysis, Bitcoin stays securely to number one position, without any close contender. Gradually, Bitcoin might be seen more as a store of value, along with it being an alternative currency. There are certain Bitcoin price prediction tools which help the experts come up with data. The fiat currencies might be replaced by Bitcoin, as predicted by crypto enthusiasts like John McAfee.
By 2025, Bitcoin might be used more often by more people, i.e, the real-time use case will be increased, which will make it even more powerful.