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Moschino x Magnum Limited Edition Totes

Moschino has collaborated with Magnum - yes, the ice cream, you read that right! To celebrate their arrival at this year's Cannes Film Festival, the collaboration, entitled Unleash Your Wild Side, Creative Director Jeremy Scott has designed a Limi...

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AJ appointment Zafar Agha as the Editor-in-Chief of Qaumi Awaz

New Delhi
The Associated Journals Limited, a company founded in 1937 by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, announced its plans to resume publication of its Urdu newspaper Qaumi Awaz along with its digital version. Qaumi Awaz, one of the pioneers of post-Independence daily Urdu-journalism, had temporarily suspended publication in 2008. Its absence was felt by Urdu readers across the country and we hope to fill the vacuum that this had left behind.
The Company has appointed veteran journalist Zafar Agha as Editor-in-Chief for its Urdu newspaper Qaumi Awaz and the digital property with immediate effect. He will be responsible for building and leading the team of Qaumi Awaz and its digital and related assets.
The Associated Journals Limited, launched the beta version of its English Websitewww.nationalheraldindia.com in 2016 spearheaded by Neelabh Mishra as the Editor-in-Chief for its Hindi and English newspapers as well as digital properties.
Zafar Agha, a senior journalist and a well-known columnist with nearly three decades of print and electronic experience, started his career in 1980 with the first Indian news magazine, Link. In a span of a little over two decades, he pursued his dream with passion, working for many leading newspapers including The Business and Political Observer, India Today and The Patriot. He has been writing columns both for National and foreign newspapers. His TV programme Guftagu on ETV (Urdu) was widely seen and perceived as the most watched programme in Urdu.
The spirit of the forthcoming publication of The Associated Journals Limited, a not for profit company, is captured by the tagline ‘Freedom is in Peril, Defend it with All Your Might’. The publication and digital website shall follow the same editorial vision and principles as that of our Founder, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It shall seek to give voice to the vision of Pandit Nehru and continue to occupy a liberal, progressive, secular space, furthering the best values of the Freedom Movement – that of building a modern, democratic, just, equitable, liberal and socially harmonious nation, free of sectarian strife.
Launched in 1938 as a daily newspaper in English, National Herald was in the vanguard of the Indian Freedom Movement. During its halcyon days and even in the decades after independence, the National Herald group of newspapers, including Navjivan in Hindi and Qaumi Awaz in Urdu, lent their influential voice to the efforts of building a peaceful, liberal and democratic nation imbued with rationality and scientific temper that their Founder had inculcated.

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Miu Miu’s Pool Slides

Miu Miu's Pool Slides are the epitome of what it means to have happy feet! With an Art Deco inspired floral motif in such eye-popping vibrant colours like orange, indigo, lime green, red, and subtler shades like powder pink and baby blue, you'd definit...

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Universal’s Dark Universe risks being yet another extended universe franchise. Soooo, Universal is rebooting League of Extraordinary Gentlemen but they're making it into like 30 interconnecting movies and the kick off is Tom Cruise's sexy Mummy movie? Have fun with that. Maybe, and this is a big MAYBE if this was just a single movie with a bunch of monsters throwing down it could be interesting but what they have right now sounds like the worst attempt at getting some of that Marvel money.... except without the interesting characters or good movies.

Microsoft is placing a big bet on its new Surface family. The Surface is probably the my favorite computer that I'll probably never actually buy. They're pretty and I like their functionality but they just cost too much. I'm already all in on PC gaming so nothing is replacing my tower that's a given. If I'm on the go there's not much I need to do that I can't do on my phone or my kindle. Or at least there's not a lot I would be doing because my kids won't give me a second to myself. The only thing I really didn't like here is they're adopting that awful Apple terminology where they're just calling the new Surface Pro, the "Surface Pro" so there's no way to casually identify it as the new unit and not one of the previous iterations. The comic book collector in my hates it when things aren't numbered nicely.

Strafe: Difficult, randomly generated Quake-like kicks ‘90s ass. Thanks to the new Zelda game I'm a week removed from having played Overwatch. Once I beat Zelda I might have to check out this game Strafe. Sounds like they're finally unlocked the secret to randomly generated levels that don't feel boring and repetitive. Plus I'm big into those retro graphics right now.

The Best-Looking Video Game Consoles Of All Time. Speaking of retro graphics. This list is short and sweet. The only one they missed that I would have included is this JVC WonderMega. Look at that thing. I'm not sure if it plays video games, launches missiles or drops the beat. In fact put a fan in the middle of it and I'm pretty sure it looks just like my latest graphics card. I bet it's ready for 4K gaming.

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Petra Kvitova set for Wimbledon return, to take a call on French Open soon

Petra Kvitova will make a "last-minute decision" whether to compete in the French Open as she prepares a comeback five months after her playing hand was badly injured in a knife attack, her spokesman said on Tuesday.
The two-time Wimbledon champion suffered career-threatening injuries to her left hand as she fought off a knife-wielding intruder at her home in the eastern Czech town of Prostejov in December.

The draw for the French Open will take place on Friday and Kvitova's spokesman Karel Tejkal said the Czech star could still make the 28 May - 11 June Grand Slam.

"It's not by chance that her name is still on the entry list for Roland Garros. The decision will be taken at the last minute," Tejkal said.

"We can already say it out loud – her long-term goal is to be fit enough to compete in Wimbledon."

The 27-year-old Kvitova won Wimbledon in 2011 and 2014. This year's event at the All England club starts on 3 July.

Doctors had said the Czech player would not be able to return to competition before the second half of the year.

But Kvitova returned to training early in May and she was included on the entry list for the French Open.

"This unfortunately does not mean necessarily that I will be ready to play in Paris, but that I'm doing everything possible to give myself the chance and keep a positive mindset," Kvitova said at the time.

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