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 These have now been replaced by a network of digital influencers that grows each day.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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mera pahla pyar
ye baat tb ki hai jab mere lie duniya soi hui thi mtlb tha nhi kisi se chup chup sa mai rhta tha
naee log the nai jagah thi
tha koi sath nahi
purane dost purane log sab chor k aage aagya tha mai
per muje kya pata tha ki koi milega aage
koi milega aage aisa
jo bataega ki kuch jazbaat hote h dilo me jo pyar ban k nikalte h
ji ha wo mera pahla pyar tha
jo mera kabhi na hua
ha chahte to kab ka jism chu lete
haaa chahte to kab ka jism chu lete lekin kambhakt dil ne haato ko izazat na di
mai bhi pgl kha phoch gya
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din chlte rhe mai dekhta gya kbhi uske cahre ko kbhi uski aankho ko kbhi uske hotto ko
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fr baate chalu hui jazbaat nikalne lage
fb k baad whtsapp pe hum fislne lage
bss fr kya tha hume to phle hi pyar tha or bhad gya bhai
fr kya tha hum ne ek din puch lia ki baby chloge on chai
or usne ha bhi kr dia hume vishwas to kam hua per fr b kr lia ki chlo maan gai
or ldka kya hita h na ldki haaass di to uski trf se shadi ho jati h
hum bhi fail gae ki ho gai bhai shadi ab to
ghr pe mumy ko bol dia ki bahu mil gai taiyari kr lo mumy bhi khush ho gai
per ruko bhai zara baat yhi khatam thodi hogi
abhi ldki ki ha aana to baki tha na
fr ek din hum ache se taiyar hue perfume lagaya or phone uthaya jute phne or whtsapp khol k i luv u likh hi dala
or dekhne lage phn ko ki kya hota h fr samne se reply aaya
muje pata tha tum yhi bologe ab
but i care for you
but m relation ship me nhi aana chahti
but u are my best frnd yrrr
mne phn uthaya or side me rkh dia fake to skta nhi tha papa ne haat per jod k dilaya tha
khoob roya us raat ache se bhar bhar k roya
fr agle din utha or msg kia ki theek h bhai
tum meri nhi ho
theek h na koi na tum meri nhi ho
but yaad rkhna tum kisi or ki b nhi ho
usne kha theek h nhi hu or na hougi bcz i hate relationship
or ek mhine baad pata chala ki uska to phle se hi boyfrnd tha
theek h bhai koi na ek raat or shi ro lege
per kissa is baar ek raat ka nhi tha
wo zakhm aisa baith gya dil me ki wo kissa kl ki bhi raat ko chala tha
kl bhi khoob roya usko yaad kr k
socha ki bhot pachtaya usko pyar kr k
ye tha mera phla pyar or akhri pyar
or kisi bewakoof ne kha bhi h ki ek trfa pyar ki takat alg hi hoti h wo do logo k beech me nhi bat skta uspe sirf mera haq h
ha haq h maan gya per drd pe bhi haq mera hi h rone pe bhi haqq sirf mera hi h
dusri trf to bs kisi or k bistar garam ho rhe h
chlo choro uska kissa to aaj yhi khatam krte h
per aaj bhi hum uspe utna hi mrte h
agar wo mangti to ek baar ko jaan bhi dedete
or khti to kisi ki jaan bhi lelete
per choro zindagi h bhai -2 kuch bhi ho skta h
hume us se hua use kisi or se ho skta h
per bhagwan na kre jesa muje hua esa use na ho
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This is the very critical time for students read in class 10th to 12the. Herror study was being losses due to Pandemic situation of COVID19.
So request to students take and spend also time in drawing painting and skills and reaad moral books.That's literally help to mind is active to do work
Reason Behind the imports
Despite government encouraging and brings the schemes time to time are not reaches to the state authority, and youth since in our is country democracy set up, different states governments are having their own regional party. it’s unfortunate they hesitate to implement central government schemes due to their political differences, again its unfortunate they fail to understand ruling government at the center is duty bond look in to country as whole, particular political party government come and go but country remain, our government machineries must realize India as whole, and they must willing to come forward implement central government schemes for development of country and implement it, and ensure that it reaches to concern stakeholders is a must.
At the same time Central government, asking public feedback in all their official website if with regards to if there is any griviemnces to that may bring it to their notice concern but its very unfortunate was not taken for account which is disappointing, I have experience checking the website after the carefully taken the mail ID and submitting my feedback that, not delivering – ie, after some time it bounce back to me, stating that address id not found (how it is ?) that clearly shows that what they preach but not in doing (action)
On the other hand when I send my articles editor of the various national news papers they are also hesitate to publish it, in Democratic Country what our constitution says fundamental right, all the citizen of the country having their equal right in term of freedom of Speech, Write, and Expression but it fail to honor respect the common feeing citizen of their country
When the MSME constitute 90% of total enterprises in most of the economies and are credited with generating highest rates of employment growth and account for major share of industrial production exports (it’s hard to believe- if so why government not encouraging business loan to eligible) * According to the RBI data, services exports in February were $17.73 billion, registering a positive growth of 6.88 per cent. Imports were $11.07 billion, an increase of 12.82 per cent.Apr 15, 2020
How many % of graduates are unemployed in India? And the impact
According to a report prepared by the Centre for Sustainable Employment at Azim Premji University, unemployment among the well-educated is thrice the national average. There are approximately 55 million people in the labour market with at least a graduate degree – of which nine million are estimated to be un employed.Feb 25, 2019
At least 35 un employed and 36 self- employed people an average ended their lives every day in 2018 with these two categories together accounting for 26, 085 suicide death during the year according to official data released by the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB)
Unemployed persons (12,936) were slightly behind those self employed (13,149) who took their own life while both categories un numbered the suicide figures of those working in the farming sector – 10,349 – in 2018. Over all 1, 34,516 suicide where reported in the country during 2018, showing increase of 3.6% in comparison to 2017. The NCRB stated. the latest NRCB data which comes under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA),
Here with I bring the fact about our government announced various scheme through encourage to start their own business BUT the fact behind is not encouraging
Who can avail MUDRA LOAN? (As per government announce)
The gounment authority says in their web site
Any Indian Citizen who has a business plan for a non-farm sector income generating activity such as manufacturing, processing, trading or service sector and whose credit need is less than 10 lakh can approach either a Bank, MFI, or NBFC for availing of MUDRA loans under Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY).
What it says?
To apply for startup India loans follow the below steps:
1. Log on to startup India portal.
2. Enter your legal entity.
3. Enter your business registration number.
4. Enter the registration date.
5. Enter your PAN number.
6. Enter the address, pin code and state.
7. Enter details of authorized representatives.
8. Enter the details of partners.
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At the same time – WHO CAN APPLY MUDRA LOAN – SHOWS CONTRADICTION
Who can apply for Mudra scheme?
Eligibility: Anyone who runs small business enterprise is eligible to apply for mudra loan. Mudra yojana loans are given under three different categories. The first category, known as shishu (for extremely small business units) covers loans upto Rs 50,000.Jun 10, 2018
HOW DO I GET BUSINESS LOAN FOR A NEW BUSINESS?
How to Apply for a Small Business Loan
1. Know the Reason for and Amount of the Business Loan. ...
2. Review Your Credit History and Credit Score. ... * When a person wants to start new business how can he/she show their credit history bank hesitate to give loan without understand the fact, they wants their credit history ho w it is possible when its their first request to do their business )
3. Start Reviewing Your Borrowing Options. ...
4. Visit Your Local SCORE and SBDC Offices. ...
5. Prepare Your Business Plan. ...
6. Plan a Presentation and Make the Appointment.
Apr 10, 2020
What is the eligibility for Mudra loan?
A business that needs capital to establish itself is eligible for a loan of Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 5 lakh (Kishor loan) while an established business that need capital for expansion can apply for a Mudra loan of Rs. 5 lakh to Rs.
Eligibility Criteria for Startup India Scheme
· The start-up must be registered as a Private Company, LLP or Partnership Firm: ...
· The start-up must not be a product of restructuring: ...
· The Startup must not be older than 5 years: ...
· Annual turnover of the start-up must not be more Rs....
· The business must be involved in a new product or service:
· Unemployment and poverty pushed at least 10 indians – nine men and women on average to kill themselves every day in 2018, the information was accessed from the latest dataon sucide released by NCRB National Crime Record Bureau on Friday jan 3. Overall, india saw 1.34 lakh sucide in 2018 registering a 3.6% increase from the 1.3 such cases in 2017 cases, comparatively suicide because of JOBLESS grew by 14%
First of all there is no loan available for the right person.
What are the scheme brings by the government bank are not aware of it (the reason GOD only knows)
Start up business those who want genuinely to do their business, not possible to avail their loan since both government and banking authority designed such a way asking
Accounts History, Previous load status it all NOT Applicable but very much stressed….say need the information, all these kind of irrelevant questions are paving the way for local politicians to interfere or ruling politician interference are much valid by the authority – Please note the important point here, that, those who genuinely wants loan to do their business hesitate to seek this brokers help finally they will not offer or avail their loan
It clear that, country is not for NOT law abiding citizen
Is Mudra loan a failure?
Out of the 182.60 million MUDRA loans sanctioned, only 3.63 million accounts defaulted as on 31 March. This means only 1.99% of the loans sanctioned under MUDRA have turned bad over the years.Jul 21, 2019
NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday said close to 3 per cent of Rs 6.04 lakh crore worth of loans sanctioned under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) has turned into bad loans.
It’s very unfortunate – one can easily understand why the GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCING ALL THE GOOD SCHEMES ARE not bears the fruit for the poor
Therefore, I request to do the needful by clearing the hurdle faced by the genuine candidates, only by then Aathma Nirbhar Possible ……otherwise country has to depend the import goods.
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BREAKING: Monarch Of Bachama Kingdom In Adamawa State, Stephen, Is Dead
Colonel Honest Irmiya Stephen (retd), the paramount ruler of Bachama Kingdom in Adamawa State, is dead.
The monarch was said to have died in the early hours of Sunday in his sleep.
Spokesperson for the kingdom, Chief Timawus Mathias, said, "Homun Honest died in the late hours of the night June 28th 2020 at his palace in Numan, Adamawa State, following a brief illness.
"Already the funeral rights are well underway according to Bachama tradition in Lamurde, the kingdom's headquarters.
"He received his staff of office on 15 Dec 2013 from the then Adamawa State Governor Murtala Nyako. Homun Honest Irmiya Stephen is 66 years old
"Homun (King) Honest Irmiya Stephen, Kwire Mana Kpafrato II, a retired officer of the Nigerian Army who ascended the throne in 2012 succeeding Homun Asaph Zadok (late)."
The late traditional ruler, who retired as a colonel in the Nigerian Army, aspired for the Senate seat (PDP) in 2007 before ascending the throne.
Electricity Distribution Companies Tackle Regulatory Commission Over Increase In Tariff
Electricity Distribution Companies have insisted that the plan to increase electricity tariff on July 1, 2020 had the approval of both the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission and Federal Government.
The DisCos in a statement on Sunday by the Executive Director of Research and Advocacy, Sunday Oduntan, through their umbrella body, Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors, expressed concern that NERC was trying to distance itself from the new service-based electricity tariff regime.
The statement reads, “We are in a regulated sector. We cannot take a decision about a very critical aspect of the sector like tariff without a nod from the regulator. However, what has happened in recent days is that our regulator is warning us not to mention their name or the Federal Government in any of our communication about the tariff increase with our customers. This is certainly very unfair.
"Many stakeholders have expressed their concern at the unusual silence of our regulator, NERC on the upcoming increase and it looks like a unilateral decision by the DisCos.
“We’ll like to inform Nigerians that tariff review (upward or downwards) is the primary responsibility of NERC as our regulator. We are required to submit our proposals and they have the final say.”
ANED explained that they received a letter from NERC warning them not to mention their name or that of government in any public communications on tariffs.
The statement added, “While it is our obligation to communicate the increase, it is also important for customers to know that it is following standard processes of tariff adjustments in the sector with approvals from NERC and the Federal Government.
"As DisCos, we believe in the rule of law. We will only carry out lawful approval and instructions by our regulator.”
"We are very sensitive to the feelings and yearnings of our customers during this period of COVID-19.
“To demonstrate our sensitivity, Nigerians will recall that the DisCos, in conjunction with the National Assembly, came out to suggest a two-month free electricity supply for residential customers but the proposal was not approved by the Federal Government due to paucity of funds occasioned by the reduction of national incomes from sales of crude oil."
2023: I knew Buhari Was Deceiving Tinubu – Afenifere Chieftain, Adebanjo
Following insinuations that the recent developments in the All Progressives Congress were indications of a rift between President Muhammadu Buhari and the National Leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, Afenifere chieftain, Chief Ayo Adebanjo, has said he knew the President was allegedly deceiving Tinubu all along.
Adebanjo, in a recent interview with PUNCH newspapers, said the national leader was also deceiving the President as he described the APC as a gathering of incompatible persons. He argued that there was no ideology binding the party members together and that it was all about sharing offices and power.
Even though the Presidency said there was no rift between Buhari and Tinubu, many commentators described Thursday’s decision of the National Executive Committee of the APC to dissolve its National Working Committee as a blow to Tinubu, who is believed to be pro-Adams Oshiomhole, the sacked chairman.
There have been widespread claims that Tinubu, a former governor of Lagos State, was eyeing the presidency in 2023, and that the recent development in the party was a way of truncating his ambition.
Adebanjo said, “I have worries for him (Tinubu). He knew all these things but he relied on Buhari and worked to make him the President. I said it before publicly that Buhari is deceiving Asiwaju and Asiwaju is deceiving Buhari. Everybody is trying to use the other. Why can’t Tinubu hammer on restructuring knowing that this was what brought Buhari to the office?
“I have been in this game for 70 years. So, many of those who are talking now were not born then. That is the truth – even Buhari was a toddler. He is now 74. Each time I tell you, why should Tinubu, the Vice-President (Yemi Osinbajo) and all those who were in Alliance for Democracy run to the APC? Why are they hesitating now to stand for restructuring? They can’t talk.
“All the things I am telling you now – it is not the first time. I said both Jagaban (Tinubu) and Osinbajo should get out of the APC. I said it openly. It is a disgrace and disservice to Yorubaland. So, what is happening now shows there is nothing to bind them together.”