Navaratri is right around the corner, which means that the season of festivities, celebration and light is about to begin. Let's be honest, October is a month long party that we wait for all year long. Hence, the month of fall also becomes the month of shopping.

Shopping is fun specially when it is about new clothes during festivals! So, if you are looking to jazz up your wardrobe, add touch of ethnic glam to it, check out the new collection launched by Shivakari Sangrah in Indira Nagar.

Lehenga, Saree, Suits, Kurtas & more

Festivals are all about ethnic clothing. With the new range of ethnic wear at Shivakari Sangrah, you can be sure to shine bright during the celebrations. The clothes are tastefully done, with fresh designs and a modern twist.

The new collection is easy to wear, comfortable, stylish and will make you the centre of attention at any event!

From ready to wear sarees, light-weight modern suits to full fledged lehengas, simple kurtas and more, the collection defines the words "modern ethnic wear". Anything from the collection would make you stand out, feel beautiful and give you the confidence boost you need.

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If you live around the Indira Nagar area or at any corner of the city for that matter, you need to check out the fresh collection at Shivakari Sangrah. The modern twist to ethnic garb is just the touch you need to take these festive celebrations to a whole new level.

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The M.I Group has set sails to yet another endeavour in Lucknow, with the Central Park Property that'll be opening its gates with a multitude of over 600 flats with all modern utilities. This real-estate company has become synonymous to comfort and luxury in Lucknow and other parts of Uttar Pradesh and Delhi-NCR, for building lavish commercial and residential projects.

All these projects exude a sense of lifestyle, a blend of open and green spaces, architectural-civil excellence and a nexus of facilities, all under a single roof. Their latest project in Lucknow, the MI Central Park is offering you houses made not of bricks and cement but dreams and love, which truly deserve your attention!

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Kanpur's daughter Dr. Usha Yadav named for Padma Shri; brings great acclaim to the city

An alumnus of Kanpur University, Usha credits a major part of her success to the literary environment provided by the city.

The announcement of the Padma Awards brought great cheer for the city of Kanpur. Born and brought up in the city, Dr. Usha Yadav is one of the 102 distinguished citizens from across the country to receive Padma Shri this year. A PHD-degree alumnus of Kanpur University, Usha credits a major part success of her success to the literary environment provided by the city.

A proud daughter who has preserved her father's legacy

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Hindi litterateur and author, Usha Yadav has not only added a shining feather in her cap but also preserved her father's legacy. She is the daughter of Chandrapal Singh 'Mayank', who authored many children's stories. A lawyer by profession, he wanted Usha to become a judge but she was inclined towards literature and writing from a young age.

It was in class 9th when her first poem got published in the school magazine and she has never looked back after that. Usha has authored books on a range of themes in her long career. Having completed her D.Litt in Agra, she joined Bhimrao Ambedkar University after that, where she served till retirement.

Author of stories based on lives of women, children and senior citizens

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Reportedly, Dr. Usha told that her stories are often based on children, women and senior citizens. She has credited to her success, more than 100 books on issues encircling their lives. In the present times, children across all sections of society are facing tough circumstances. While the ones in rich families have everything except their parent's attention, middle-class kids are overburdened by the aspirations of their parents. The toughest experiences are faced by children in poor and deprived families. Their childhood is overshadowed by their constant struggle for food. Similarly, daughters and women are feeling more insecure with each passing day. It is these issues that motivated most her stories.

A deep sense of attachment for Kanpur

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As per reports, Usha mentioned that she feels a deep sense of attachment for Kanpur. Laden with proverbs and idioms, the city's local language influenced her passion for writing. She further said that all her visits to Kanpur bring back old memories from the past. While the city evolved with time, its heritage remains preserved.

While the author has achieved a remarkable feat with the latest award, this is not her first honour. Previously, she has been presented with the Bal Sahitya Bharati Award, the highest honour for children's literature, Mahatama Gandhi bi-annual Hindi literature award, Meera Smriti Samman amongst others.

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Online gaming, mobile gaming and such services are quickly gaining traction. With esports becoming more popular by the day, people are realizing the scope of mobile gaming (in this case, online casino). This comes under the category of online mobile gaming, which is convenient and pushes players to take a turn towards real money games.

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