first_imgAlso involved in the program will be recently-named fashiondirector Nina Garcia-the former Elle fashion director and “Project Runway”judge, a Hearst spokesperson tells FOLIO:. When asked about the program’srevenue model, the spokesperson declined to comment.The eight-episode series is set to debut in March 2009. Hoping to tap into the booming reality TV market, Hearst’sMarie Claire has partnered with the Style Network to produce “Running inHeels,” a weekly series chronicling the lives of Marie Claire editors, writersand interns.”This is the first docu-series in the history of themagazine,” Marie Claire editor-in-chief Joanna Coles said in a statement. Theseries will “offer unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to Marie Claire andthe stylish, smart women who put the magazine together each month,” Coles said.In addition to covering their workdays, “Running in Heels”will capture staffers’ personal lives in an attempt to “uncover what it meansto be a working woman in the cut-throat, exhilarating world of a top fashionand beauty magazine,” Hearst said in the statement. last_img read more

first_imgA very embarrassing video has surfaced of an Indian family caught stealing hotel accessories at a resort in Bali in Indonesia. The family was left red-faced when they were forced to open their baggage and show the contents to the staff.This family was caught stealing hotel accessories. Such an embarrassment for India. Each of us carrying an #IndianPassport must remember that we are ambassadors of the nation and behave accordingly.India must start cancelling passports of people who erode our credibility. pic.twitter.com/unY7DqWoSr— Hemanth (@hemanthpmc) July 27, 2019 The video shows the family trying to get out of the situation by saying that they will pay for everything they stole, including towels, decorative pieces, and electronic gadgets from their hotel rooms.”We are really very sorry. This is a family tour. We will pay you. Please let us go because we have to catch our flight,” a woman was heard saying. However, the resort staff did not take any money from the guests. They said, “I know you have a lot of money but this is no respect.”The incident first came to light when a Twitter user posted the video on the micro-blogging site writing, “Such an embarrassment for India. Each of us carrying an #IndianPassport must remember that we are ambassadors of the nation and behave accordingly. India must start cancelling passports of people who erode our credibility.”The Twitter user, Hemanth, added, “I understand this happened in #Bali. Having lived in Indonesia & visited Bali, I can personally vouch for Indonesians being the gentlest, most respectful people I have met. They hold India & Indians in very high esteem & its gut-wrenching to see us in such a compromised position.”The tweet received over 3,000 retweets and 5,000 likes. Many Twitter users called out the family asking why they would disgrace the name of the country. Others said that this is not an isolated incident and another Indian family was also caught in a similar situation recently.last_img read more

first_imgDarjeeling: People’s Liberation Army joined in the revelries as the Indian Army commemorated the 72nd Independence Day at Nathula, the Indo-China border in Sikkim.To mark the occasion, a Special Border Meeting between India and China was held on Wednesday.This is being seen as a reciprocating gesture as the Indian Army had taken part in the celebrations commemorating the foundation day of the People’s Liberation Army on August 1, 2018.”The celebrations took place in an atmosphere of warmth and friendship with an aim of enhancing mutual trust and promoting peace and tranquility in the border areas,” stated a release from the army.Pleasantries were also exchanged in Kongra La in North Sikkim. Indian Army troops deployed in remote and high altitude areas in North Sikkim hoisted the tricolor in different forward posts to mark the occasion.”Such interactions between the two armies have resulted in enhancement of goodwill and mutual understanding between the two nations,” added the release.last_img read more