THE 22 TOP CULT FASHION ITEMS OF 2017

A Cult Gaia clutch at New York Fashion Week. Photo: Imaxtree Do you ever find yourself scrolling through Instagram, only to stop and think, “Damn, all of these people are wearing a variation on the same outfit?” Well, you’re not alone, and this phenomenon only seemed to become more prevalent in 2017 — so much so that we were able to piece together a step-by-step guide to dressing like a professional influencer over the summer. With the continued rise in popularity of streetwear, a handful of shoe styles, logos and brands led to…

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IIT Kanpur suspends 22 students over ragging

“16 students have been suspended for three years and six others for one year,” IIT Kanpur deputy director Dr Manindra Agarwal said. Kanpur: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur has suspended 22 of its students for a period ranging from one year to three years on ragging charges, an official said on Tuesday. The decision was taken by the IIT senate on Monday, he added. “16 students have been suspended for three years and six others for one year,” IIT Kanpur deputy director Dr Manindra Agarwal said. He said that…

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This Giant Sundae with 22 Scoops of Ice-Cream is a Fairy Tale Come Alive

It doesn’t matter if we are too old or too marred by the harshness of the real world to think of castles, ballrooms, prince charming and princesses. Each one of us does harbour child-like fantasies, whether or not we admit them. For most of us, ice-cream invokes nostalgia as it is associated with many childhood memories. Mo and Moshi in Bangkok is giving you a reason to revisit those memories by indulging in a giant ice-cream that has everything that your heart desires. Their hot-selling sweet treat- Strawberry Supreme is…

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22 Prisoners Get Early Release – Food For The Poor Pays Fines For More Non-Violent Inmates

Twenty-two inmates of the island’s prisons are now back with their families, having secured early release through the generosity of donors of the international relief and development organisation, Food For The Poor. For more than 18 years, Food For The Poor has secured the release of non-violent offenders in Jamaica by paying their fines at Christmas and Easter. This act of kindness is also done for inmates in Guyana, Haiti, and Honduras. Every year, poor Jamaicans are imprisoned for minor, non-violent offences because of their inability to pay their court…

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