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Henna from Rajasthan for Aishwarya-Abhishek Wedding

... Jaipur: Those of us who don't know where Sojat is, it's time to refresh their general knowledge. This is the place in Rajasthan from where aishwarya Rai// will get henna for her mehndi (henna) ceremony when she weds Abhishek Bachchan. Over 15 kg of local henna will travel to wherever (the trader r...

Red Ribbons, Curls and Retro Hairstyles Popular on Valentine's Day

...ghts the face. Also, volume creates glamour," celebrity hairstylist Dar told IANS. The style guru, who has created coiffure for celebrities like aishwarya Rai, Samantha Fox and Goldie Hawn, confessed that shades of red among hair colors and accessories were a huge hit during the 'love week'. "Bless...

Nepal's Most Influential Woman 'Critically' Ill

...'s direct 15-month rule, Queen Mother Ratna was regarded as the most powerful woman in Nepal. Prior to that, during King Birendra's reign, Queen aishwarya was the most powerful woman in the kingdom. She reportedly exerted great influence on the king and her bitter opposition to her son, Crown Prince Dipe...

Khushboo Should ‘Talk about Safe Sex’ and not ‘ Premarital Sex’ Says Miniter

...r to marriage.’’ The minister said that his department had engaged many celebrities to talk about AIDS. He said: ‘‘Our brand ambassadors include aishwarya Rai, Shilpa Shetty, Salman Khan and we also want Shah Rukh Khan. All of them will be talking about AIDS prevention and safe sex.’’ Explaining w...

Health Care Ties To Get Stronger Between India And Britain

...areness, population, environment and fitness issues in school education. In addition, he also said that is being planned to engage celebrities such as aishwarya Rai, Shilpa Shetty, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan to talk about AIDS. He highlighted the Government’s ABC policy for HIV prevention, the firs...
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