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Team up with the right jewellery at a New Year’s party

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Team up with the right jewellery at a New Year's party
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New Delhi, Dec 27, 2017: With New Year’s Eve just around the corner, its time to take our your most fashionable outfit to attend the best of parties but don’t forget to team it up with right jewellery.

Rajesh Tulsiani, Director of Dwarkadas Chandumal Jewellers and Sonal Sahrawat, Creative Director at Sonal’s Bijoux & Adawna lists down the most sought after jewellery trends for the day.

* A cocktail ring is always a good idea: Cocktail ring is an appealing accessory option for any party or get together. If you are dressing up for New Year’s Eve, a bling statement ring will be a perfect accessory. You can always add colors by experimenting with colorful cocktail rings.

* Underscore your neck: A choker with diamonds or coloured stones or any other simplistic necklace designs work well to ring the New Year in. Remember, classic is best – so a string of marquise or princess diamonds also looks stunning, without any effort!

* Animal collection or coloured stone earrings: Make this New Year’s Eve extraordinary and memorable by adding sparkle and shine to your outfit with animal collection or coloured stone earrings. These will give you a stylish, yet unique look.

* Statement Necklace: Layered diamond statement necklaces of different lengths will dazzle as they catch the lamp or candlelight. These are perfect for New Year eve bash.

* Chandelier earrings: You can make a statement with chandelier earrings. No matter what design or gemstone, this earring style will perfectly accessorize any type of attire, be it a dress or playsuit.

* Trendy tassel earrings: Multi-layer tassel earrings will add the right amount of drama to your outfit and will grab the attention of almost everyone. (IANS)

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President of Taiwan Rebuffs China, Defends Self-Rule

Beijing has mounted an aggressive posture towards the self-ruled island, carrying out numerous military exercises in the Taiwan Strait

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Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen delivers a speech during a New Year's day press conference in Taipei, Taiwan, Jan. 1, 2019. VOA

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen says China must accept Taiwan ‘s status as a self-ruled island.

In a New Year’s Day address from her office, President Tsai said China had to “respect the insistence of 23 million people for freedom and democracy,” and for both sides to face the reality that there are fundamental differences between their “values and lifestyles” and political systems.

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Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani, left, and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, right, shake hands at the end of a joint press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, Jan. 26, 2016. VOA

Relations between Beijing and Taipei have been strained since Tsai, the leader of the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, took office in 2016 and refused to accept the concept of China and Taiwan joined together as one China.

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Beijing has mounted an aggressive posture towards the self-ruled island, carrying out numerous military exercises in the Taiwan Strait, blocking Taipei’s participation in international organizations, and persuading several nations to switch diplomatic relations from Taiwan to China.

President Tsai called on China to seek “peaceful” ways to sort out their differences. (VOA)