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Asian Bride Live 2013 - The Ultimate Wedding Show by Asian Bride Magazine07/18/13 ,via Watch List News (press release)
Planning a wedding that's unique or traditional, opulent and unforgettably stylish? Then do not miss out on this year's biggest bridal extravaganza; Asian Bride Live, brought to you by industry leading consumer title, Asian Bride magazine. London, UK
North Queensland resort offers free rent for right restaurateur07/23/13 ,via Australian Hospitality Magazine
The campaign is part of a push by the new management of the Balinese pavilion-style resort, Seascape Holidays which took over in May, to rejuvenate the image of the resort and capitalise particularly on the strong demand for wedding venues. Manager Zac
Who is Walter Wolf and why is he wanted?07/20/13 ,via Globe and Mail
On our first evening, and again the second, we went through court and medical documents strewn on his living-room coffee table, topped with a bowl of heart-healthy walnuts, car magazines and the Robb Report 25th Annual Best of the Best. He acknowledged
Never mind the bhangra... - The Times (subscription)
British Asian weddings have become epic, big-budget productions. Sathnam Sanghera looks beneath the glitz
I gave up attending Indian weddings seven years ago. The trigger was a particularly onerous betrothal where I was asked, “So why aren’t you married yet?” 13 times in the space of a single morning (I counted). But with an extended family the size of the Parachute Regiment, I had been tiring of weddings anyway.
As a child, if I wasn’t at one, I was being dragged along by my mother as she got ready for one or being forced to watch a video, reliving the torture in real time. And with my married relatives themselves having children who wereSource: www.thetimes.co.uk
Official: LaGuardia looking to fully re-open07/23/13 ,via Bellingham Herald
Richard Strauss, who was on a nearby plane waiting to take off for Washington, said the nose of the plane ... I need to emphasize just how comparatively minor this is and how far, far down the hierarchy it is," he said. "From a pilot's ...
Officials looking to fully re-open LaGuardia after plane’s front landing gear collapses07/23/13 ,via Washington Post
NEW YORK — Officials were hoping to have both runways at LaGuardia Airport up and fully functional after ... Richard Strauss, who was on a nearby plane waiting to take off for Washington, said the nose of the plane was “completely down ...
Lillie Mae Jones -- Denmark07/23/13 ,via Times and Democrat
Mrs. Lillie Mae Jones of Denmark, died Wednesday, July 17, 2013, at Southern Palmetto Hospital, Barnwell. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday, July 25, at Honey Ford Baptist Church, Denmark. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Mrs ...
Is it offensive to wear an Indian Sari at my wedding?
I am American with no Indian blood in my family. However, I have always loved Indian culture, music, art, and food. I am spiritually a mix of Hindu and Buddhism. I was wondering if it was offensive to Indian culture if my bridesmaids and I wear Sari's to my wedding?
I'm half indian, half pakistani. It is such a compliment for you to honor our culture. You could have an Indian themed wedding, and wear a white bridal Sari. Matter in fact, there are indian designers that make very modern draped sarees that look like american dresses. They even drape the sari in a way that it looks grecian. These indian designers are huge businesses, and even have shows at Paris Fashion Show such as Sana Safinaz, Figura, and some UK indian designers have their own thick magazine. Some magazine names are Femina, Asiana Bride, BiBi, Sapna. You can buy these magazines from Ebay or Amazon. I have seen Asian Bride in Barnes and Noble. I found links: http://figurafashion.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=4&products_id=326 http://www.asianamag.com/Article/ArticleDetails.aspx?URLPrefix=Wedding&MasterPageSectionURLName=WeddingFashion&ArticleCategory=WeddingFashion&ArticleID=79 http://www.asianamag.com/Article/ArticleDetails.aspx?URLPrefix=Wedding&MasterPageSectionURLName=WeddingFashion&ArticleCategory=WeddingFashion&ArticleID=347 I dont think its a faux pas or offensive at all. I bought an american wedding gown from allure couture and it costed me a $1400, but I flipped through an indian magazine, there is a designer in New York that had a similar indian dress for $900. My cousin is marrying an american white guy, and she is wearing a white sari. Here is a link to all the bollywood stars wearing saris: http://movies.indiatimes.com/rssarticleshow/msid-4196407,flstry-1.cms look at Deepika's and Shilpa's white saris. Also, dont forget to do the henna design. http://www.bridalhennaartist.com/