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  • DISCOURSE: WHAT DO WE BUY WHEN WE BUY ART?

    Is buying art a different activity altogether for collectors who are not artists and for those who are artists? Or do similar reasons unite them in their pursuit? A factor perhaps common to both is pure, sentimental enjoyment — buying what catches the eye, buying what agrees with a knotted bunch of inclinations and preferences that one carries around vaguely in one’s head and which makes certain works of art more urgent and attractive than...

  • Tighter security for online shopping sought

    They require banks to provide consumers with the means to key in a non-reusable password to authenticate an online purchase more securely...

    The rise in online fraud prompted the guidelines to avoid a gap until the mandatory rules come into effect, Goffinet said...

  • Five reasons why Pakistanis avoid online shopping

    This combination of technology and business has led to the emergence of e-commerce where manufacturers, distributors and consumers are connected through the internet to buy and sell various products across the world...

    However, in spite of its global appeal and massive growth, this sector is not emerging as a large industry player in Pakistan...

  • FIA directed to probe ‘phoney’ online shopping sites

    GUJRAT: The district consumer protection court has asked the Federal Investigation Agency Karachi director (cyber crime) to launch an investigation into those fraudulent companies that have been fleecing the people in the name of online shopping...

    The court has issued directions to the FIA in a case filed by a citizen against an online company for allegedly committing fraud with him...

  • Online shopping surges but customers wary

    KARACHI: Online shopping is growing at a rapid clip thanks to wider Internet access, ubiquitous smartphones and frantic discounts...

    Optimism runs so high that one stakeholder believes “the actual shopping would only happen online in the next three years and malls would only be there for leisure”...

  • Online shopping takes a hit in Malaysia

    Malaysian online shoppers are turning to local sites as the weaker ringgit has made shopping on foreign sites much more expensive...

    Local online retailer Lazada Malaysia said the drop in the ringgit’s value has not really affected sales on its site...

  • Online shopping sites place big bets on Black Friday

    KARACHI: This year will be the second time Web merchants in Pakistan will ramp up crazy deals on Black Friday and entice consumers to open their wallets a bit wider...

    The foreign concept of going on a shopping splurge following the Thanksgiving holiday came home last year thanks to aggressive advertising and heavy discounts by shopping sites...

  • Pakistan Hindu Council expresses concern over shoes sold with 'Om' symbols

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Hindu Council (PHC) on Sunday has alleged that shoes bearing the Hindu holy word ‘Om’ are being sold in Tando Adam area of Sindh...

    “For the last three years, some shop keepers in Tando Adam are selling shoes which have the Hindu holy word ‘Om’ written on them on the occasion of Eid,” said PML-N’s Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, who is also Patron-in-Chief of the Pakistan Hindu Council...

  • Shoes and sacrifice: London exhibition explores footwear fashion

    LONDON: For centuries, women and sometimes men have squeezed their feet into tiny shoes or balanced on towering heels to feel sexy, empowered and to show their wealth and status...

    Now their sacrifice is being celebrated in a new exhibition, Shoes: Pleasure and Pain, which opens at the V&A museum in London on Saturday...

  • Bosnian Serbs make shoes for Melania Trump’s White House march

    BANJA LUKA: A Bosnian Serb factory on Monday presented two pairs of shoes as a gift for the wife of US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Slovenian-born Melania, in a gesture of support for Trump’s White House campaign...

    “The shoes for Melania Trump are our response to the dirty comments she has been exposed to as a wife and a mother,” said Umicevic...

  • High animal prices hurt sales of garments, shoes

    KARACHI: High animal prices have left people with little surplus cash to buy readymade shalwar kameez, shoes, sandals and designer clothes for upcoming Eidul Azha...

    Spending on these items is limited to only 30 per cent of the overall shopping expenditure on Eidul Azha as people prefer to buy sacrificial animals...

  • In the prime minister’s shoes

    A prime ministerial stopover — almost exclusively it seems — to buy a pair of shoes at the famous London store should, in the ultimate analysis of habits and mannerism, have made breathing a little easier for all those scared by the ugly spectre of war raised on either side of the border...

     Those who see the prime minister and the top opposition leader in Pakistan as larger-than-life figures with no human temptations or simple needs...

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