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New Delhi, June 15 : Donear Group has recently partnered to create products that are high quality, utilitarian and have a shield against bacteria and viruses alike using NEO TECH® technology given the current scenario of the fashion and lifestyle category, adapting to the ”new normal.

Rajendra Agarwal (MD, Donear Group) comments, “We have always wanted to extend our forte in poly viscose and worsted fabrics – be it for trousers, jackets or suits.

This partnership has added another feather in our cap for breakthrough technology with anti-corona fabrics that shows its effects within minutes rather than hours! I strongly believe that the antiviral fabrics will boost our established group turnover (of 1300cr) by at least 15%.”

“This technology makes us best suited for the future,” he adds. Renowned fashion designers and celebrity stylists have voiced their opinion on the innovation brought to the Indian textile market.

Indian Fashion designer, Rocky Star, commented, “This NEO Tech anti-viral fabric is going to help people to feel safe, as safety is the top priority. I”m really excited to use this fabric in my next collection, and definitely showcase it in the London Fashion Week in the next season. Fashion is all about showing off, meeting people and socializing, this innovation is definitely going to be a big help.”

Narendra Kumar Ahmed, Creative Director, Amazon added, “I think it is the right time to introduce something like this when the world is fearful about how this virus is spreading, as the innovation is wonderful for the fact that it can go beyond just now and Covid-19 is just a part of it, whether we talk of institutions, corporate clothing, etc. this fabric has a great scope, in bringing security to the people.”

Celebrity Stylist and Founder of That Gypsy, Priya Patil said, “I think the technology is amazing and I would like to see how it translates on a broader fashion scope. And, I would like to use these fabrics for my accessories as this will be amazing. Since I also work in the hospitality industry, and given the fact that the sanitization standards in hospitals are so high, these fabrics will do so well in this industry. Not only for the fashion industry and the corporates, these fabrics should be used in the hospitality industry as well as for school uniforms, and expand the usage of this fabric on a wide variety.”

(Aditi Roy can be contacted at [email protected])

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Richa Chadha says ‘overthinking’ is her ‘stupid hobby’

On the film front, Richa recently shot for a sci-fi short film amid these troubled times. Titled “55kms/sec”, the film is directed by Arati Kadav of “Cargo” fame.

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Mumbai, Jul 30 : Actress Richa Chadha confesses that overthinking is her stupid hobby.

Richa opened up on the subject while conducting an interactive session with fans on Instagram.

When a user asked her what any new hobby she had picked up during the lockdown, the actress spoke about how she has been overthinking these days.

“Yes. overthinking. It’s a stupid hobby,” Richa wrote.

Apart from this, Richa also shared about how she keeps busy. “I have a lot to do. Many deadlines,” she wrote.

On the film front, Richa recently shot for a sci-fi short film amid these troubled times. Titled “55kms/sec”, the film is directed by Arati Kadav of “Cargo” fame.

“This was a challenging shoot as we had to do everything ourselves, from hair and makeup to recording sound but it was well worth the effort. I am happy that we were able to create something thought provoking and beautiful even in these grim times,” said Richa.

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‘Sex Education’ star Emma Mackey to play Emily Bronte in biopic

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Los Angeles, May 22 : “Sex Education” star Emma Mackey will head the cast of biographical drama about English novelist and poet Emily Bronte.

The film “Emily”, incidentally , will also mark the directorial debut of actress Frances O’Connor and trace the early years of the “Wuthering Heights” author, reports hollywoodreporter.com.

“Emily Bronte’s work and words are full of passion, feeling, violence and fierce intelligence,” O’Connor said, adding: “In creating an imagined life for Emily, she will live again for our audience. Her story is about a young woman daring to form herself, to embrace her true nature, despite the consequences. … I am so excited to work with such a thrilling, talented, young cast; luminous, intelligent, and spirited.”

The cast also includes Joe Alwyn, Fionn Whitehead and Emily Beecham. Alwyn will play Bronte’s conflicted lover, Whitehead will portray Branwell Bronte (her inspiring but self-destructive brother), and Beecham will play Bronte’s sister and fellow author Charlotte Bronte.

“Wuthering Heights”, published in the mid-1800s, is about a doomed love affair between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff.

O’Connor will direct Emily based on her own screenplay. The production of the movie is expected to begin in 2021 in Britain’s Yorkshire region.

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Dutch govt advises single people to find ‘sex buddy’ during lockdown

It added that ‘sex with yourself or with others at a distance is possible’ and named ‘telling erotic stories’ or ‘masturbating together’ as possible solutions.

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London, May 16 : If you are single and live in The Netherlands, you can find a ‘sex buddy during the coronavirus lockdown as the Dutch government has issued new guidance to such people seeking intimacy.

According to the guidance issued by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), single people seeking intimacy during the pandemic should come to an arrangement with one other person.

The guidance said that sex with a regular partner is possible because they are very close and it is practically impossible to avoid each other physically.

“However, the two should avoid physical intimacy if one of them suspects that they are infected with the COVID-19 infection,” the advisory said.

It added that ‘sex with yourself or with others at a distance is possible’ and named ‘telling erotic stories’ or ‘masturbating together’ as possible solutions.

RIVM also said that it makes sense that as a single you also want to have physical contact.

“It is extra important that you minimise the risk of the coronavirus during intimacy and sex. Discuss how best to do this together. Please observe the rules surrounding the new coronavirus,” according to the advisory.

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