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Cottonfab 2021 at Kala Akademy
Cottonfab 2021 at Kala Akademy

It’s once again time to indulge shopper in all ethnic stalls, from gossamer silks to chic cottons and dainty drapers to intimation jewelry. The Exhibition have something weaves for all, is highlight of the definitely it’s incredible array of fabrics in all colors and design as possible. In tune with the latest trend customers will find a fine collection of teenagers mostly in cottons. And if customers are particularly looking for some ethnic print can pick from the huge selection of Hand-crafted and hand-woven traditional handloom fabrics. Including Lucknowi Kurtis with heavy Chikankari in soft cotton are available in a variety on design, bright color thread work on pastel shaded cotton gives them a classy look and it can be use for all occasion. MP’s Chanderi, Maheshwari are available in a slew of colors along with a range of saris and dress material in soft and mercerized cotton. Kashmiri Embroidery have cotton with their signature needle work and array of salwar suite and Kurtis with hand embroidery stole and saris also on offer. The Customers will also find here ethnic Gujrati Print dress material, Kurtis in Kachhi Ajrak with Banjara Embroidery, Rajasthani Block printed material in Sanganeri & Dhaboo with Indigo, Kota- Masuria in Cotton and KotaDoria silk saris in natural & florescent colors, ethnic lehnga choli and Palazzo & Ghaghara also. All most all stalls have some thing new material in both vibrant and pastel shades. There are many stalls from various state where customer can buy material mix and match tops and salwar. If any body are a sari buff, you will find plenty of option have from daily wear cottons to exquisite Silks with detailed handwork a large variety of six yards are on offer. All traditional stuff including W. Bengal-Shantiniketan Kantha , Dhakai Jamdani, TelanganaPochampalli, Gadwal Fabrics, Andhra Pradesh hand printed Kalamkari, Zari border Mangalgiri and Chirala & Uppada, Assam-Muga, Bihar-Tussar, Kosa and Banarasi Jamawar, Brocket, Jamdani, Punjab-Patiala Phulkari Karnataka, Tamilnadu in silks & Cottons weaves available in different stalls, Customers will find a number of stalls are selling home furnishing like Block Printed bed covers, bed sheets, Gudhari, Quality Dari Rugs, mat, runner and doormats, In Exhibition are displaying a range of precious and semi- precious stone studded ornaments like Jhumka in black metal, Jointless Glass Bangle and Chunky neck pieces in real Hyderabadi Pearls. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic a large number of artisans and weavers have become unemployed since the month of March due to the Lock down, all events like fairs and exhibitions were closed. So, they were facing very financial crisis. Many were on the verge of starvation. Because they are depended on sale their own artifacts through said events and nowadays there are no employment in rural and remote areas. This exhibition is offering their bread and butter. After lockdown they are getting business and come back smile into the lives of them who are waiting for this moment, they hope they get rid of financial crises and their live will be normal. We are very thankful to administrative authority of Panaji, Goa who granted permission and given golden opportunity to us. This Exhibition is absolutely will with your ethnic weaves and print. The exhibition is organized by our society for promoting weavers and artisans from different parts of India, the objective of the Samiti is provide market to artisans and weavers giving platform to sale their artifact to customer who fond them. In this exhibition more than 80 stalls and 16 state have displayed their products. Further, we are strictly following all COVID-19 prevention & health protocol guideline as issued by MHA, Govt of India and Local Administration of Panaji. Daily sanitize and maintain social distance in campus. The exhibition is run at Kala Academy Goa, Panaji, till 22nd February 2021 timing 10:30 am to 9:00 More +

Axis Mutual Fund launches ‘Axis Special Situations Fund’
Axis Mutual Fund launches ‘Axis Special Situations Fund’

Axis AMC has been at the forefront of product innovation and creating a robust investment process that has the potential to deliver long term performance for its investors. While Axis has a number of large successful traditional equity strategies, good quality thematic funds can complement these from an investor’s perspective. Thematic funds target specific themes or segments of the market and allow investors greater ability to access those themes (such as sustainability or disruption) that they strongly believe in or which can complement their traditional equity allocations. Axis AMC is thus excited to announce the launch of the Axis Special Situations Fund, an open ended equity scheme that follows a special situations theme focusing on investing in disruptive growth opportunities. The fund will allow investors to capture opportunities across the entire disruption value chain. Further the fund will be investing across both domestic and global markets as well as across the market cap spectrum – thus allowing the investors to participate in relevant opportunities in any of the segments of the market. Overseas investments will be advised by Schroder* (which is around 25% shareholder in Axis AMC). Salient Features of Axis Special Situations Fund • The fund offers Indian investors an opportunity to invest in stocks that are participating in or enabling disruption • Its multi-sector and multi-cap asset allocation strategy along with exposure to global equities ensures that it is beneficiary to not only the disruptor but also companies which are adapter or enablers of disruption • Overseas investments will be advised by Schroder Investment Management Limited based on their disruption philosophy Mr. Chandresh Kumar Nigam, MD & CEO, Axis AMC said, ‘Axis AMC has always tried to bring innovative new fund ideas for our investors that we believe can help in long term wealth generation. Our product development is backed by our unique and time tested philosophy of responsible investing with an unflinching focus on quality. The introduction of the Axis Special Situations Fund also continues our journey towards creating an industry leading asset management platform that can service needs for all our investors.As the world transforms around us led by ever accelerating technological change and innovation, investors need to be able to allocate to and benefit from this theme – whether in Indian or global markets’. The new fund offers (NFO) opens for subscription from December 4th to 18th 2020. More +

Global Movement ‘Count Us In’ launches in India
Global Movement ‘Count Us In’ launches in India

For the first time, a diverse coalition of individuals and groups spanning culture, sport, entertainment, business and civil society in India have today announced their participation in Count Us In, an unprecedented global campaign to inspire one billion people to take practical steps to reduce carbon pollution. Count Us In is being launched at TED Countdown, a global initiative powered by TED and Future Stewards to champion and accelerate solutions to the climate crisis. Countdown, the virtual event in which Count Us In is being launched, features an unparalleled list of speakers including Priyanka Chopra Jonas. Count Us Inis launched in India with a diverse community of partners and individuals such as Dia Mirza, Accenture, No Nasties, Bombay Natural History Society, The Better India, FC Goa, Forca Goa Foundation among others. “Climate change is a stark reality of the times we live in. While we at FC Goa & the Forca Goa Foundation are undertaking sustainable initiatives such as a Zero waste stadium, sensitising children through our outreach etc., we know that this does not even scratch the surface and is not enough. There needs to be more awareness and more action taken to mitigate the impact of Climate change. All stakeholders need to come together and make this fight a priority. Being able to use football as a platform to spread awareness around the urgency of Climate change is a privilege and we hope to make a significant impact through it,” said AkshayTandon, President, FC Goa & Founder, Forca Goa Foundation. Pollution, extreme weather and rising sea levels derived from climate change will increasingly threaten communities and economies around the world, unless we drastically reduce emissions and, in doing so, push leaders to take action. The thriving beaches and vibrant culture of Goa are not immune to this phenomenon either. Over the past decade Goa has witnessed erratic and unseasonal rain along with large scale soil and sand erosion. Leading the change is the state’s beloved professional football club FC Goa, who have joined Count Us In as a partner and hopes its fans and supporters will participate in the movement too. Count Us In attempts to build the largest and most ambitious citizen-led effort to avert the impacts of climate change. The movement focuses on engaging individuals who are not currently active on climate issues. Count Us In sets out 16 practical and high impact steps individuals can take to protect the planet from carbon pollution before it is too late. The steps include reducing plane travel, walking or cycling short distances, using electric modes of transportation whenever possible, and reducing our food and water wastage. Individual action can make a significant impact: If 1 billion people take practical action in their own lives, they could reduce as much as 20% of the global carbon emissions. According to a report by KPMG, India’s shift to shared, electric and connected mobility could help save nearly 1 gigatonne of carbon dioxide emissions by 2030. The way individuals can take and log their actions, is through the Count Us In global action platform on The Count Us In aggregator then adds up every step taken and shows the difference we can all make by acting together. It aggregates three data points: 1. The carbon savings of the steps taken; 2. The number of individuals taking steps; and 3. The number of steps taken. “Climate change is already ravaging our lives, our communities and our livelihoods,” says Dia Mirza who is championing the Count Us In campaign and is a UN Environment's Goodwill Ambassador for India. “It is up to us to respond to what we see around us. We are not powerless. We can protect what we love from the worst impacts of climate change if we act boldly and urgently. I am committing to wear clothes that last and call on citizens across India to take steps in their own lives too.” "We have less than a decade to do what science shows is necessary - halving emissions by 2030," says Christiana Figueres, former UN Climate Chief, who oversaw the delivery of the landmark Paris Agreement on Climate Change. "It is entirely possible to change our economy from burn and destroy to rebuild and regenerate. Climate change affects us all right now, and we all have agency in tackling it before it's too late." To learn more and commit to taking action, visit More +

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