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Also,ear-cuffs and other styles that curve up the ears are advisable as they create the illusion of width One can also pair up small studs with a few narrow dangles to create more length Necklace: Princess and matinee length neck-pieces are ideal as they create a gentle curve under the jawline and lengthens the look of the face Choose pendants or focal components with curves and swirls to counter the angularity of the jawline DIAMOND FACE Accessorising a diamond face is all about accentuating the cheekbones Earrings:Avoid styles that are overly long since the extra length doesn’t work well for this face type To add width to the pointed jaw wear dangling earrings with teardrops or triangle drops You can also wear hoops to soften the angularity or echo the dramatic and angular lines of your face with triangular designs Necklaces: People with a diamond-shaped face can downplay the angles of the face with soft curve designs like the collar or princess neck-pieces The author is an image management expert with eves24com For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 30 2017 3:43 pm Mohammad Amir stated that everyone is entitled to their opinion (Source: File) Top News Pakistan pace spearhead Mohammad Amir has praised on-field rival Rohit Sharma and hopes that “maybe his opinion about me has changed” This was after Rohit Sharma had Amir was overhyped and a normal bowler Responding to a query on Sky Sports as to whether taking Rohit’s wicket in the Champions Trophy final had given him extra satisfaction Amir said that he is not bothered by the opinion of his rivals and his only focussed on his bowling In an interview with Sky Sports Amir said “That was his opinion about me and he is entitled to that opinion Maybe his opinion about me has now changedBut let’s get one thing clear I would never call him an ordinary batsman In fact I would call him an extraordinary batsman His record for India is superb and I respect him” and added “His opinions about other cricketers are up to him but with all due respect I never worry about what other cricketers have to say about me “It’s not my concern at all and I just concentrate on my performances and what I am doing for my team If I worried about other people’s opinions of me that would just cause me stress and that is why I avoid it “Everyone is entitled to their opinion whether it’s labelling a cricketer world-class or ordinary; it is up to that individual” he further added It may be recalled her that Rohit Sharma had earlier spoken about Amir and said “He isn’t the only bowler Pakistan has five other bowlers who are doing well for them There is just so much hype around him I don’t think it is right to give him too much hype after one match He is good but he needs to prove it over and over again Now people are comparing him to Wasim Akram and all that He is just a normal bowler on that given day if he is good he is good It is not as if he turns up and blows everyone away” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Pallekele | Published: August 27 2017 11:53 pm Virat Kohli congratulates Jasprit Bumrah for picking up a wicket (Source: AP) Related News For the second time in this ODI series India were in trouble chasing the small target against Sri Lanka but once again the batsmen bailed them out Captain Virat Kohli said that small targets are always tricky to chase and the wicket in Pallekele was a challenging one “Small targets are always tricky If it happens 2-3 times it isn’t an issue We’ve chased small targets convincingly before Here it was the case of the wicket being a little challenging A couple of those wickets you wouldn’t get those wickets 8 out of 10 times” Kohli said Opener Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten century and MS Dhoni scored an unbeaten half-century as they both guided India to win Kohli said that the middle-order is still young and they will learn “Rohit was outstanding MS was great as well These things happen the [young] guys will learn in the middle order we have to be patient with them” he said Praising Jasprit Bumrah who picked his first five wicket haul in ODIs Kohli said that he is among the top short-format bowlers at the moment “Bumrah’s got 11 wickets in three games he’s bowled really well he’s among our top short-format bowlers at the moment He hits the right areas bowls at pace and in the death overs he’s like a fish in water” Kohli said “We have a squad of 15 we’ll look to give some guys a go see how their game stands up in different situations We’ve won three and we can definitely afford to give them a few opportunities” Sri Lanka have no lost the series and can only hope to win the final two games Captain Chamara Kapugedera said that the wicket was good but things did not go according to the plan “I thought it was a good wicket so put some score on the board and hopefully we can defend and like the last game we hoped it would grip a bit in the evening Things didn’t go to our plans We discussed about not playing dot balls in the middle overs but things didn’t work out 260-275 would have been a challenging score” he said Man-of-the-match Bumrah said that he was happy to be back in the team after the break and has worked on his strengths and weakness in the break “It’s always good when you get a break [he was rested for India’s tour of the West Indies] You can work on your strengths and refresh when you come back” he said “This was a different wicket Last match it was a bit slow but this time there was a bit of seam movement with the new ball It’s a good feeling whenever you’re able to contribute to the team’s success”” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Bhaskar Chakravorti | Published: November 8 2014 12:05 am In spite of the delirium visited upon the country this Diwali e-commerce will be no more than 3-10 per cent of Indian retail over the coming decade Related News While the Diwali fireworks have died down it is becoming clear that as far as the annual shopping season goes 2014 has brought some explosive changes The business of Diwali may never be quite the same after this year According to some retailers not enough shoppers were lining up at the shops upending a time-honoured tradition The Future Group’s chief Kishore Biyani pretty much summed it up in a quote in The Wall Street Journal: “The market has been bad” On the flip side according to almighty Google “The internet is increasingly becoming the preferred source of research (and even purchase) for Indians and searches on Google clearly show the rush of searches around Diwali” More and more Indian shoppers are turning to their phones and computers instead of braving the traffic to make their purchases for the festival season; it seems the trend accelerated this year Of course 2014 was also the year when records were broken in Indian e-commerce; in excess of $3 billion poured into the nascent Indian e-commerce market over the summer ASSOCHAM expects online sales to hit the Rs 10000 crore milestone this year With the tech research firm Gartner predicting 70 per cent growth in the Indian e-commerce market by next year and The Fletcher School-MasterCard Digital Evolution Index placing India as a “break out” country in terms of digital evolution we may be looking at a future filled with digital Diwalis This is a transition that is remarkable for the simple reason that despite the liberalisation of the Indian economy and the growing interest of international players in getting a toehold in one of the world’s highest potential consumer markets Indian retail has stubbornly resisted change It had remained fragmented chaotic and inefficient a postcard from the “old” India The political and regulatory establishment could never quite make up its mind about whether to enact the bold laws to truly nudge it towards modernity With the rise of digital players Indian retail may be sidestepping decades of dithering Digital retail is forcing a competitively feisty space with innovation in branding business models and funding that retail has never witnessed before Of course the brick-and-mortar establishments have been served notice that the digital insurgents present a serious alternative to consumers offering lower prices reliable service and convenience Even if they do not rush to create online personae themselves the digital alternative forces the physical-world retailers to get their act together Among the insurgents themselves the Diwali rivalry has been rather — how should one put it — sparkly The prime shopping season opened with the “Big Billion Day” by Flipkart countered by Amazon’s “Diwali Dhamaka Sale” and Snapdeal’s 50 per cent off and one-plus-one offers topped off by 60-70 per cent discounts on the mobile phones with which one can actually do all the shopping Joining the melee CouponDunia produced the “Deal-Wali Diwali” extravaganza and Jabong jumped in with its own huge discounts on lifestyle products Duelling discounts among the big names is not the only game in town There are several new contests around the corner since growth in the digital sector will have wider effects There are nearly 200 digital commerce and payments start-ups flush with private equity/ venture capital funds This is also a sector that could create at least 150000 jobs in the next two to three years according to Antal International Network India managing director Joseph Devasia India is going deeper into digital territory with some strong momentum: it was ranked 11th out of the 50 countries studied in terms of the pace of change in its digital evolution since 2008 according to the The Fletcher School-MasterCard Digital Evolution Index India ranked fourth in terms of private equity investments in digital ecosystems behind only the US Brazil and China Does this burst of new energy spell the beginning of the end of the great Indian bazaar a fixture that has been part of the national psyche for millennia Are the cluttered stores the crowds the smoke the smells the unavailability of parking spots and the not-so-occasional cow occupying the occasional parking spot giving way to the quiet cool of thousands nay millions of consumers tapping away on their phones and laptops Should Walmart abandon its seemingly Sisyphean efforts to crack the Indian big box retail market Before we get too carried away it is useful to put the inevitability of India’s digital progress in perspective In spite of the delirium visited upon the country this Diwali e-commerce will be no more than 3-10 per cent of Indian retail over the coming decade Much progress is needed on the key enablers and bottlenecks For example only 15 per cent of the population has access to the internet and 35 per cent have bank accounts Of the 50 countries in our study “Digital Planet: Readying for the Rise of the e-Consumer” which I co-authored with Christopher Tunnard and Ravi Chaturvedi India ranked the highest in terms of intensity of cash usage higher than Vietnam Indonesia Nigeria or Egypt It ranked 42 out of 50 countries in its current state of digital evolution Our study reveals that the present situation may be dynamic but India is operating from a very low base overall There are some clear implications for public policy One of the striking aspects of our results is that government investment in the digital ecosystem is strongly positively correlated with a country’s level of digital evolution Of the 50 countries studied the Indian government’s degree of investment in digital ecosystems sits in the bottom 50 per cent In addition measures to promote financial inclusion are key Future consumers need bank accounts and means of paying online for the industry to truly scale up Cash on delivery and local partnerships make for a highly innovative jugaad business model for now but they can go only so far Investment in network security and trust is another factor to keep an eye on Cyber threats and hacking are problems that are only going to get worse particularly given the vulnerability of mobile infrastructure Finally much of what is bought online has to be delivered in the real world for which we need roads storage and transport infrastructure The year 2014 is indeed a turning point for India’s digital economy: it has come of age That said next year’s Diwali may still remain more dukaan than digital But the major strides that have been made this year mean that finally the Indian consumer has a real and robust choice These are choices in where and how to shop which may be the best Diwali gift for the growing Indian consumer class in years to come The dilapidated storefronts that are hallmarks of every Indian city are well past their “sell-by” date The writer is senior associate dean of international business and finance at The Fletcher School at Tufts University founding executive director of Fletcher’s Institute for Business in the Global Context author of ‘The Slow Pace of Fast Change’ and co-author of ‘Digital Planet: Readying for the Rise of thee-Consumer and theDigital Planet Index’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: June 6 2017 8:34 pm Related News Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal on Tuesday directed authorities to remove encroachments on 29 major roads including the busy stretch from ITO to Vikas Marg Aurbindo Marg Kalindi Kunj Road and M B Road in what appeared to be a strong move to de-congest city streets The LG has asked all municipal corporations to launch an immediate crackdown on temporary encroachments such as parked vehicles and penalising those contractors of the local bodies who were allowing such parking on roads The move comes within a week of the Delhi High Court ordering removal of encroachment from pavements on a permanent basis The LG has directed each agency concerned to draw up an action plan within three days to remove encroachment from the roads He also ordered that the removal of encroachment and road blocks be video-graphed The decision was taken at a high-level meeting chaired by Baijal and attended by PWD Minister Satyendar Jain Chief Secretary M M Kutty Special CP (Traffic) Ajay Kashyap among others Among the 29 major roads that will be made encroachment-free include the stretch from ITO to Vikas Marg M B Road cut to IGNOU Crossing Khajuri Chowk to Chilla Border on Pusa Road Nizamuddin to Badarpur Flyover on Mathura Road Aurobindo Marg CDR Chowk to Petro Pump on Mehrauli Gurgaon Road Sarita Vihar Red Light to Kalindi Kunj Flyover Chirag Dili to Crossing to Savitri Flyover and Vijay Nagar to Burari Encroachment on these road stretches is one of the major reasons which causes heavy traffic congestion in both morning as well as evening peak hours In the meeting it was noted that the local bodies were statutorily empowered to remove the encroachments and PWD will ensure logistical assistance to the respective local body in cases of roads that are maintained by it Baijal directed all the agencies to work in a time-bound manner laying down a three weeks deadline for necessary action following the due process of law “The LG directed the urban development department to be the nodal department by creating a special cell which will monitor the stretch-wise action taken by the local bodies on a weekly basis” the LG office said in a statement It stated that a standard operating procedure will be devised in coordination with the agencies concerned to prevent re-encroachment in cases where action has been taken For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News the top-seeded Indo-Swiss pair of Sania and Martina Hingis is scheduled to take on Swiss Timea Bacsinszky and her Taipei partner Chia-Jung Chuang in the second round. 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