Why People Find Fault with Minal Khan’s Latest Photoshoot?

Minal Khan is a Pakistani television actress. She made her acting debut as a child artist in Kaash Main Teri Beti Na Hoti and since then appeared in television serials including Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah, Sun Yaara, Hum Sab Ajeeb Se Hain, Parchayee, Ki Jaana Main Kaun and Hasad.

She recently did a photoshoot with Hasnain Lehri, a handsome Pakistani male model. Borjan Shoes featured Minal Khan for their latest bags and shoe collection. She looked stunningly gorgeous in white attire and a classy brown handbag. Shazia Rashid did her makeup, while Shahbaz Shazi captured her beauty in the camera.
Although the dress looked beautiful on Minal Khan, it doesn’t look like a Pakistani dress. People started criticizing her for doing such open dressing for a photoshoot. People thought that Minal was different from others, her personality, and dressing sense was not like other models. But her recent shoot disappointed many of her fans.
Why People Find Fault with Minal Khan’s Latest Photoshoot?

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Elan Spring Summer Saris Collection 2020, Elan Dresses

Elan has launched spring summer saris collection 2020 for evening partywear. The collection consists on saris which has flamboyant colors and also features artsy blooms and scrolling monochrome ornamentation.
This beautiful collection is well suited for al fresco occasions. Ornamented with a cacophony of painterly blooms, collection has a touch of modernity and freshness too.


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Nishat Linen Celebrated the Success of Their S/S’20 Collection 2020

Charming their patrons with a remarkably enchanting collection every season, Nishat Linen launched their spectacular new lawn S/S’20 collection nationwide.
To commemorate the success of their latest collection, Nishat Linen hosted a meet & greet at their Dolmen Mall Clifton outlet in Karachi which was heartily attended by a considerable number of media personalities, fashion bloggers, influencers and journalists. All the attendees were adorned in magnificently styled pieces from the collection.
Nishat Linen greets the everlasting Pakistani summer through their S/S’20 collection that relates to the quintessential Pakistani woman. The collection includes a range of striking and eclectic designs, aiming to provide a diverse assortment to choose from – ensuring there will be something in store for everyone.
The collection is conceived to be on-trend, versatile and adaptable to the demands of daily life.
The primary objective of this year’s designs is to provide top quality cotton variations in attractive combinations that a woman can wear to any occasion. The vibrant color palette was carefully chosen after substantial research, keeping the on-going trends and customer preference in consideration. This collection consists of 300+ designs with a wide array of bold tropical colors to a multitude of pastels and nude tones to choose from.
Regarding the vision of the brand, Nishat Linen’s officials have stated, “We are dedicated to satisfying our customers’ needs and demands by providing numerous designs of good quality at a one-stop solution in an affordable manner, thereby increasing customer loyalty.”
Nishat Linen is a pioneer in establishing the textile and home fashion industry and boasts an international retail presence, additionally. The brand has an outlook that is accessible to all, and with a promise to always lead the market with new trends, Nishat Linen has assimilated a legion of loyal clients. Covering all the bases, from bed linen to kitchen coordinates to high quality home apparel, Nishat Linen has become a household name as a creator of stunning, high-quality designs at reasonable prices; a feat achieved by very few.
The brand promises to keep up with the rapidly changing times and releases fresh designs every few months. Today, Nishat Linen provides uniqueness to its customers, hand in hand with affordability and absolutely no compromise on quality. The amalgam of these qualities makes it a favorite amongst people of all ages.

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5 Homemade Face Masks Which Can Help Treat Oily Skin

Oily skin is usually associated with clogged pores, blackheads, acne and greasy skin. If you’re tired of this and no cream or facial seems to be cutting it, it’s time to rummage through your kitchen and whip up some homemade face packs to tackle all these woes.

The DIY face packs will help brighten, tighten and improve your face.
1) Multani Mitti & Lemon juice
Multani mitti or Fuller’s Earth is known for its oil absorption and the lemon juice is known to brighten the face and for its astringent qualities.
Mix 2-3 tablespoons of multani mitti, with a teaspoon of lemon juice and leave on for 10 minutes. You can alternatively use tomato juice instead of lemon as it has similar properties.
2) Besan and cucumber juice
Besan or gram flour has long been used in homemade ubtans. It helps moisturise and draw out impurities from the skin. Cucumber helps soothe and hydrate skin.
Grate the cucumber and extract a tablespoon of juice and mix with 2-3 tablespoons of besan. For extra brightening properties, add a pinch of haldi to the pack.
3) Curd and Besan pack
Perfect for the upcoming summer months, curd contains lactic acid which gently exfoliates the skin.
Mix a tablespoon of curd to 3-4 tablespoons of besan and apply. You can also add honey to amp up the moisturizing properties.
4) Egg white and honey face mask
It might feel icky, but egg whites help with toning and removing blackheads. Honey on the other hand has antibacterial properties as well as helping moisturize.
Mix the white of one egg until frothy and then add a teaspoon of honey and leave on for 10 minutes.
5) Charcoal and aloe vera gel
Activated charcoal is like a magnet for blackheads, and excess oil. But leave it on too long and it can dry the skin. Aloe vera is known for healing and moisturizing.
Mix half a teaspoon of activated charcoal, a tablespoon of multani mitti and aloe vera gel. Scrape from a leaf rather than add from a tube. Apply to the face for 5 minutes and boom! Better skin!

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Sana Safinaz Spring Summer Lawn Collection 2020

Famous fashion House Sana Safinaz launched its exclusive 2020 spring summer lawn dress collection for women.
This collection offers everything for the season, for those who are looking to wear vibrant colors and those who still stick to the dark shades. The theme is very cheerful with bold digital designs, floral patterns and bright colors. The color palette is House of Ittehad’s signature pastels and some inspiration from citrus fruits of the season.

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Bollywood Actresses Dazzle in their Best Outfits at Mirchi Music Awards

The 12th Smule Mirchi Music Awards 2020 was a star-studded affair with many singers and actors making stylish appearances as they came to receive their awards.

Bollywood is laden with events. After a busy week of Filmfare awards and Lakme Fashion Week, tinsel town is busy bringing their A-game to another award ceremony. The 12th Smule Mirchi Music Awards 2020 saw a lot of big names from the industry, making some enviable stylish appearances that have left us in awe.
The pictures from the award ceremony have been flooding social media and we can’t help but stop and stare. While Deepika Padukone is slaying in an all-black outfit, Urvashi chose a bright pink color dress to impress her fans.
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Deepika wore a black suit teamed with matching leggings and high heels. The actress looked gorgeous as she decided to go sans makeup. At the event, she was honoured with the ‘Make It Large Award’.
Apart from the event being a star-studded one, many celebs were honoured for their contribution.
The awards honoured musical talent across many categories like Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Male and Female vocalist, etc. One of the most prestigious awards, the Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to none other than Usha Mangeshkar.
The show was hosted by Shekhar Rajivani and Aparshakti Khurana, accompanied by Neeti Mohan.

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HUM Women Leaders Award Honours Iconic Women from Pakistan and Abroad

The inaugural edition of HUM Women Leaders Award held at the Governor House, Karachi, honoured and celebrated 11 iconic women from Pakistan and abroad and a dynamic man for their contributions and achievement in the fields of diplomacy, finance, social work, healthcare, adventure sports, human rights, journalism and women’s rights. The awards ceremony was graced by Dr Arif Alvi, President Islamic Republic of Pakistan, HE Paul W Jones, the US Ambassador to Pakistan, honourable consul generals, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, dignitaries and crème de la crème of the entertainment industry of Pakistan.
The event started with a thankyou note by Sultana Siddiqui, President HUM Network Limited to the President and the honourable guests for gracing the special evening. While addressing the attendees, Ms Siddiqui said, “The reason for this event is that we recognize the contributions made by women in society the world over, celebrate their stories, share the lessons they learned after crossing each milestone, and most importantly inspire the younger generation to go beyond these milestones.”
During her speech Ms Siddiqui also made a special announcement of Women Leadership Initiative Fund of HUM, collaborated by Charter of Compassion, which will be given to the award recipients to seed social initiatives for girls and women in the country. It will be one million rupees annual seed money and HUM and CFC will coordinate and facilitate the group in developing and implementing initiatives that are agreed upon by them. Quality, impact, compassion and collaboration will be key guidelines for the initiative.
Following Sultana Siddiqui, the US Ambassador to Pakistan Paul W Jones while addressing the attendees said, “United States is committed to giving equal opportunities to both men and women. Empowered women play a vital role in a country’s social and economic development.”
Chief Guest of the event, Dr Arif Alvi President Islamic Republic of Pakistan while addressing the attendees said, “The Quaid e Azam once said that nations cannot progress without women working side by side with the men. From one fourth quota system for women in medical and engineering colleges back in the 80s to almost 80 percent representation of women in these institutions today, our nation has come a long way but only 10 percent these women make it to the workplace. This needs to be changed. We have witnessed that when given the opportunity women work twice as hard as men.”
Hosted by Mira Sethi, the awards ceremony began with the first award being presented to mountaineer Samina Baig, Pakistan’s first female mountaineer in recognition of her tremendous achievements in adventure sports and for her efforts towards gender equality, climate change and women empowerment, presented by Hina Bayat. The second award of the evening was given to Jalila Haider, the first female attorney of Hazara community by Sania Saeed in recognition of her selfless devotion to women and children’s rights and her outstanding work with local communities to provide opportunities to vulnerable women and children.
This was followed by a special obituary package, paying tribute to all the iconic women of the past who have made a mark with their resilience and tremendous success, and are a source of inspiration for women and men around the world. Barrister Khadija Siddiqi received her award from Mahira Khan in recognition of her bravery and determination to stand tall against a powerful and corrupt opposition and unsupportive society.
The next recipient was Narges Abyar, the acclaimed Iranian film director who received her award from Madiha Saeed and Zeba Bakhtiar in recognition of her contributions for sensitively highlighting the plight of women and children caused by society, war and radicalism in her films and also for defying the war genre’s conventions by featuring female characters that rejected the gender norms expected of them. The first segment of the awards was followed by a special performance of singing sensation Sajjad Ali and Zaw Ali who enthralled the audiences with their soulful voices.
The second segment of the awards, hosted by Sanam Saeed commenced with Dr Fouzia Saeed receiving her award from the Italian Consul General Anna Ruffino and Javed Sheikh in recognition of her exemplary services for promotion of Pakistani culture, women’s issues, courageous stand against sexual harassment and commitment to women’s advancement. Ace actor Bushra Ansari was next to receive her award from Asima Haq and Bunto Kazmi in recognition of her years of contributions to television and cinema.
The next award was given to Mary Robinson, the first woman President of Ireland and a forceful advocate for gender equality, women’s participation in peace-building and human dignity. She was unable to attend the event due to work commitments and addressed the attendees via a video message, thanking the awards committee for the honour. The next award was presented to Dr Seemin Jamali by Duraid Qureshi, CEO HUM Network in recognition of her outstanding services in the public sector and medical profession which was followed by a choreographed act of Hania Amir.
The last segment of the ceremony hosted by Mira Sethi and Sanam Saeed began with the first award presented to the only man awardee of the night, Omar Aftab, a globally recognized campaign strategist for women’s and child health, economic and social development and his work for social justice and human rights, presented Masarrat Misbah. Zubeida Mustafa was next to receive her award from Governor Sindh, Imran Ismail for her contributions in the field of journalism and her in-depth investigations and campaigns on education, health care, women’s empowerment, children’s rights and human rights.
The next award was given to Dr Shamshad Akhtar in recognition of her illustrious career in the male dominant field of finance where she became the first woman in Pakistan’s history to serve as Governor State Bank. The award was presented by the first lady Mrs Samina Alvi. The last award of the night was presented to Maleeha Lodhi for her brilliant diplomatic career and contributions in giving Pakistan a positive profile at the UN as Pakistan’s former Ambassador and Permanent Representative. The award was presented by Sultana Siddiqui. The programme concluded with a special performance by Hadiqa Kiyani.
The awards ceremony will be televised on International Women’s Day on HUM globally. HWLA aims to recognize and honour the contributions and achievements of iconic women from Pakistan and around the world who are change makers in their respective fields and a symbol and source of hope, courage, determination and inspiration for women across the globe. These iconic women are mentors and role models for girls who aspire to be achievers. In the words of Melinda Gates ‘Women speaking up for themselves and for those around them is the strongest force we have to change the world’. The aim of these awards is to encourage women to think big and continue the legacy of HUM Network which has always advocated empowerment of women through its content.

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10 Warning Signs you Need to Visit an Eye Doctor

It is unfortunate that unless it is too late, one doesn’t visit an ophthalmologist. If you really care for your vision, here are some signs you shouldn’t ignore.

1. Red eyes
Pink or red eyes are one of the most common symptoms of an eye infection. From allergic to infectious cause, from trauma to an itch, anything and everything can cause redness of eye/s, most importantly all of them need a different treatment.
Over the counter drugs should be strictly avoided as they, in some cases, may really worsen the condition than making it any better.
2. Sudden and progressive blurring of vision for distance
If you find it difficult to look clearly at distant objects, you might suffer from blurred vision. Most typical reasons for this are nearsightedness (myopia) and farsightedness (hyperopia).
You can’t fix this problem without the help of your ophthalmologist. Sudden onset blurring of vision needs detailed evaluation as it may need an early intervention for stalling the progression of the cause.
Reasons for this symptom may range from just change in spectacle power to optic nerve disorders to complications related to systemic hypertension and diabetes mellitus.
3. Large black spot/s in front of the eyes
This is crucial for people suffering from myopia (high negative powdered glasses). Although some black spots in front of the eyes may be normal in such individuals, a sudden increase in the number or size of black spots with or without a black curtain over a part of the visual field can be an early sign of a sight threatening complication called retinal detachment.
This could be related to the severe stretching of retina in these patients, causing small holes or weak spots called as lattice degeneration.
Early diagnosis and treatment is of utmost importance to treat the condition.
4. Constant headache
A headache is one of most common symptoms but also the most ignored and difficult to manage if not diagnosed in time. Out of a long list of causes for headache, strain to the eyes could be a contributing factor.
Again, from not so scary changes in glasses to scary brain lesions, it could be anything.
5. Reduced vision for near
If you are above 40, this maybe a normal sign of aging, and presbyopic glasses for reading can save your day. But in young adults or older population, sudden reduction in near vision could signify affection of the centre of the visual field.
This could be due to various causes, hence seeing your eye doctor immediately is imperative.
6. You see two instead of one
When your eyes start to mess with your head and you begin to see objects in double in front of your eyes, do not ignore it. 7. Intolerance to bright light with pain in the eyes
Anything from a scratch on the surface to an inflammation in the eye, to a raised eye pressure can cause this symptom.
This is a sign of damage to the surface or the inside of the eye and should not be ignored at all. An urgent visit to an eye doctor is warranted.
8. Chemicals/foreign body in the eye
In case a domestic or factory chemical splashes into the eyes, it is just not enough to splash tap water and rinse the eye. You will need to see an eye doctor immediately to completely wash off the chemical or its traces, if there are any, and administer appropriate treatment.
This is important to avoid any permanent damage to the eyes.
If you are constantly feeling something grainy in the eye, which does not resolve by itself or worsens over time, you may have a small particle of metal or other matter blown in by the dust and wind. This needs urgent attention and will have to be removed by an eye doctor.
9. Injury
After you are hit in the eye, you may feel the panda eyes, with the swelling and all, will resolve on its own. But it is important to meet your ophthalmologist to confirm that the injury is temporary and take appropriate medication so that it does not affect your vision.
10. Flashes of light
If you experience any flashes of light in your field of vision, it could be an attack of migraine or it may signify something ominous in your eye. The eye being a very sensitive and important sense organ, it is imperative for us to take good care of it.
If you notice any of the above signs or symptoms, fix up an appointment and get your eyes checked immediately.

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Bollywood Divas’ Glamorous Looks from the Red Carpet

The Femina Beauty Awards 2020 was a starry affair with many Bollywood beauty gracing the occasion. A host of actors including Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma among others, walked the red carpet.
Also present at the function were Aditi Rao Hydari, Shruti Haasan, Sonalli Seygall, Adah Sharma, Elisabet Elli AvrRam, Rhea Chakraborty, Rakul Preet Singh, Urvashi Rautela, Salman Khan’s rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur, Sonal Chauhan and Veere Di Wedding star Shikha Talsania.
Younger Bollywood star brigade was represented by Ananya Panday and Jawaani Jaaneman actor Alaya F.
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While the gallery of stars was dominated by women, Kartik Aaryan was among the few men to be spotted at the glamourous event.

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Amit Aggarwal at Lakmé Fashion Week summer/resort 2020

Amit Aggarwal’s eponymous label displays the designer’s ability to shape materials to his imagination. The LAKMÉ ABSOLUTE GRAND FINALE by Amit Aggarwal was no exception. The quintessential designer concluded the season with a Better in 3D assemblage titled ‘Axil’–a line-up inspired by futuristic biomimicry.
Kareena Kapoor Khan, who was walking for indian designer Amit Aggarwal for the first time, looked gorgeous in a metallic deep emerald green strapless ball gown. The corset was almost heart-shaped with it’s plunging neckline. The outfit was architectured to perfection and featured Amit’s signature polymers that are woven into the fabric to create a 3D effect and a stiffness.


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Gul Ahmed Latest Summer Lawn Collection 2020, Gul Ahmed Dresses

Get styled by Gul Ahmed’s stunning Summer Lawn Collection 2020. Explore the latest prints, stripes and colors with versatile looks.
Gul Ahmed offers Summer Lawn with colorful designs and delightful prints. Gul Ahmed Lawn has a wide range including Summer Premium Collection, Summer Basic Collection, Vintage Garden Ethnic Prints, Bagh-e-Gul Collection, Luxury Jacquard Collection, and Tribute to Mothers Lawn Collection.

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