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  • Capital gets a taste of Japanese imperial court music

    Gagaku, literally translating to ‘elegant music’ is a centuries old Japanese classical music that has been performed by the musicians of the Japanese Imperial Household at the Imperial Court in Kyoto and at various holy shrines and temples...

    It is difficult for most of us today to perceive the intricate formal patterns of this music because we are unaccustomed to such imperial music, but it does reflect something of the grace and...

  • Past present: Imperial intent

    Whether old or new, imperialism will always find some moral justification for its expansion, occupation, loot and plunder and enslaving of defeated people...

    Modern European imperialism traced its legitimacy not only in its ideology of the civilising nations but also to the past
  • Japan’s Imperial Palace easier to visit

    TOKYO: The Imperial Palace in Tokyo can now be visited without reservations, as more facilities related to the Imperial family, including the Kyoto Imperial Palace, are being opened to the public and made easier to access starting in this fiscal year...

    The opening up of Imperial facilities is partly aimed at attracting foreign tourists, the number of which is expected to further increase ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic...

  • 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...

  • Thar: Walking miles in their shoes

    ”“This distance is around 25km,” I looked on GPS map, “So we are to cover nearly a whole day of walking in just one leg, and there is no stopping, no food, no water on the way?”“This part of the desert is called Kas...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

    “I think sales of garments, shoes and bangles will remain depressed by 40pc to 50pc compared to last year as people are more interested in animal buying,” All Karachi Tajir Ittehad (AKTI) President Atiq Mir said...

  • 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...

    No, in many cases the onlookers’ attention was fixed on the ‘fancy’ shoes he was wearing...

  • Trends: Take a walk in his shoes!

    vWe have been familiar with Pesha­wari chappals since the beginning of shoe shopping in Pakistan...

    Most of us recognise them from the really bulky, black, feet-engulfing footwear who would team them up with starched, shiny, white, billowing shalwar kameezes
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