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Tanishq Launches Jewels of Royalty

The country’s most trusted jewellery brand Tanishq presented ‘Jewels of Royalty’, a collection showcasing the latest in diamond and open polki jewellery cast into timeless designs from the royal vaults of Indian Royalty.

The collection draws inspiration from iconic royal houses from all over India; from the royals of Baroda to the Maharajas of Indore, and from the Chola dynasty, to the monarchs of Patiala. Tanishq gives these classical designs a modern twist by combining the latest in international trends such as flat diamond tassels, pixelated pearl strings and exaggerated diamond adorned centres. There are over a 100 new statement designs starting at only Rs. 3 lakh. Deepika Tewari, GM, Marketing, Jewellery Division, said: “Tanishq’s latest Jewels of Royalty collection is spectacular, set in plain gold or white gold and bursts of colour that complement the beauty of the woman.”

 

‘Indo-US trade will touch $ 500bn by 2019’

Prime Minister Modi was the fourth world leader President Donald Trump made a call to as soon as he assumed office as President of the US, Katherine Hadda, Consul General, Consulate General of United States of America, Hyderabad, said. She was the Guest of Honour for the Celebrations of 214st American Independence Day organised by Indo American Chamber of Commerce (IACC), Telangana and AP Chapter at Hotel Marriott.

RBVVN Raju, Regional President of SIC, IACC, said that India and the US are targeting a four-fold jump in bilateral trade to $ 500 billion in the near future. “We have been working hard to reach the target and we are hopeful of reaching it by 2019,” Raju said. Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest M. Mahendra Reddy, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, said both countries have strong ties. “Both have shared values. The US inspires us. It’s values and work culture is a great inspiration for all of us,” he said. Speaking further Katherine Hadda added that US-India relationship is stronger than ever.

350 Take Part In Rain Tree Park Run

Raintree Park, popularly known as Malaysian Township, conducted its second annual run recently. The event was a mega success with 350 runners turning up in big numbers to promote community camaraderie and fitness awareness.

It was a sight to behold as the crowd painted the township yellow with their bright colored T-shirts. The enthusiasm was palpable as the crowd which ranged from four years to 74 years of age gyrated on the Zumba dance moves before the run.Laxman Reddy, Chairman of MLRIT group of institutions, who is a fitness enthusiast and holds various records in different race categories graced the occasion as Chief Guest.

Rajesh Vetcha, Chief of Hyderabad Runners appreciated the energy of the crowd and meticulous planning of the organisers. The event was conducted under the guidance of WAO-RTP and Hyderabad Runners Society and was supported by sponsors like ICICI, Incor, Confluence, Global Hospitals and more.

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