Why is "Birth Spacing" Important?

Birth Spacing refers to the time interval from one child's birth date until the next child's birth date. Spacing between pregnancies can have important health implications for a mother and her baby. Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Parenting/465071553575008 Twitter : https://twitter.com/parentingventun Youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/VentunoParenting/ A Ventuno Production http://www.ventunotech.com Apr 29, 2014

Will Bollywood Go the Cotton Way on the Red Carpet?

This Indian fashion designer decides to go the bold route with cotton to craft vivacious red carpet silhouettes. Mumtaz Khan, a Bhopal-based designer, uses only natural prints and dyes in his creations to spread an eco-friendly message. His dedication to natural fabrics is an encouragement to local artisans working on environment friendly fabrics. His showcase [...] Apr 29, 2014

Fashion Relief for Corporates

The young corporate executive finds colourful and stylish relief in designer Aslam Khan’s trends on the runway collection.  He plays with hues of orange, peach and purple and brings interesting combinations to corporate wear. Aslam also brings in the concept of maximising with elegant additions of bling boleros, making the silhouettes work to party. He [...] Apr 29, 2014

Two minutes silence as Israel remembers Holocaust

Traffic across Israel ground to a halt for two minutes and pedestrians stood still as the nation paused on Monday to remember the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust. Duration: 00:25 Apr 29, 2014

DIY : Paper Butterfly

Learn how to fold a paper butterfly, check this video! Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/ArtAllTheWay Twitter : https://twitter.com/TheVentunoArt Youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/TheVentunoart A Ventuno Production : www.ventunotech.com Apr 28, 2014

Black & Brown Smokey eye

On B for B, we'll see 2 smokey eyed looks that makeup artist Shehla has created for us. Shehla first shows us how to do brown smokey eyes. After finishing with the foundation and concealer, we apply an eye-shadow base. Then, we give a light brown in the inner corner of the eyelid and black in the outer corner and we blend these two colors well. A reddish brown on the crease will give some definition to the eyes. Finish the look with a setting powder, contouring and lipstick. the eyes are completed with mascara and a winged out liner. Next we do an easy black smokey eye using a kohl pencil. We apply it all over the eyelid and blend it evenly. We use a jet black eye-shadow and apply it over the kohl. On the crease, we give a brown eye-shadow to create a softer look and erase any hard lines. We give black near the lower lash-line, kohl on the waterline and mascara on the eyelashes. Highlight the brow-bone, under the brows, with a light shade. Finally, remember to keep the lips subtle since we want the eyes to do the talking.!!! Follow us on TWITTER - https://twitter.com/VentunoMakeup Subscribe to YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/VentunoMakeup Like us on FACEBOOK - - https://www.facebook.com/pages/B-for-Beauty/183087208488184?ref=hl A Ventuno Production : http://www.vent Apr 28, 2014

Abbas: Holocaust 'most heinous crime' of modern era

A senior advisor to Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas comments on Abbas' statement that the mass killing of Jews in the Holocaust was "the most heinous crime." The remarks were Abbas' strongest yet on the Nazi genocide. Duration: 01:02 Apr 28, 2014

Actress Mishtis Style Mantra

Bollywood’s new entrant Mishti is making her presence felt in the film circuit, but is she making an impression when it comes to her personal sense of fashion? The actress is in the Kaanchi mode and we have spotted her in only Indian silhouettes. Gurpreet speaks with the actress and finds out what her sense [...] Apr 28, 2014

Srilankan Beautys Love for Indian Designs

The tall and beautiful Miss Sri Lanka was all praises for an Indian fashion designer at the recently concluded Indore Fashion Week. Chandi Perera who strutted down the runway as a showstopper for Mumtaz Khan in a hip cotton gown could not contain her excitement about the designer’s eco-friendly creation. She shares her joy of [...] Apr 28, 2014

Sonika Chauhan Multitasking with Perfection

Multi-tasking and doing it with perfection is second nature for Sonika Chauhan. Sonika is a model and TV presenter among other things. And effortlessly manages all her roles because she says, she enjoys what she does which is why it’s not difficult at all.  At the Bengal Fashion Week, she plays the muse to designer [...] Apr 28, 2014

Whats Ushoshi Senguptas Tattoo Story?

This Indian diva’s appearance as a showstopper at Bengal Fashion Week, upped the stylish event’s glamour quotient. Miss Universe India 2010 Ushoshi Sen Gupta took the runway by storm when she walked in an an exquisite saree created by the state’s very own designer duo Mona and Pali. The traditional six yard had white as [...] Apr 27, 2014

Haris Traditional and Bold Surprise for Indore

Designer Hari Anand takes the city of Indore by surprise with an amalgamation of a design showcase of traditional, bold and sultry silhouettes. Hari plays with black and white to denote life’s duality. Starting with sarees with intricate borders and pearl embroideries, the collection moves to high slit gowns and curtains come to a draw [...] Apr 27, 2014

Is It Style or Comfort for Actor Nusrat?

She’s not just beautiful but also possesses the right style and attitude to carry off any garment on the ramp. Tollywood actress Nusrat Jahan took the runway by storm at the recently concluded Bengal Fashion Week when she played showstopper to Mumtaz Khan in an understated eco-friendly creation. Nevanta in a chat with the actor [...] Apr 26, 2014

Celebrity Style Quotient: Drashti Dhami

Television’s favourite actor, Drashti Dhami, has found a liking with us on the fashion front too. We spotted the actress in a white dress at a recent event and not to mention she looked stunning in the dress. Drashti also has an emotional bond with all her clothes and finds it hard to let go [...] Apr 26, 2014