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    Beauty stands out in wondrous silence. The countrys stupendous wealth of jewellery can only be truly appreciated when it is worn just like works of art that have been perfected by millennia of craftsmanship.

  • Traditional Designs In Modern Style

    W aman Hari Pethe Jewellers ( WHPJ), a unique family run business founded in the year 1909 by brothers Late Shri Waman Hari Pethe and Late Shri Ganesh HariPethe, has been in business operations for over 100 years now. Rated amongst the top 10 jew


    A t KDZ, our designs comprise the most authentic patterns as well as their latest trendy adaptations. The grace of a bygone era and the shimmer of the future are both entwined to form enchanting patterns. Our workmen are wizards at their craft. F

  • You Dream It, We Create It

    B eauty is best appreciated in wondrous silence. Like all works of art that have been perfected by millennia of craftsmanship, the countrys stupendous wealth of jewellery can only be truly appreciated when it is worn.

  • Where Precious Becomes Priceless

    ” When I play with precious gemstones its like creating an object of beauty and desire, one that outlives its wearer and brings a sea of memories with it when it is handed down generation,” believes Farah Khan- Ali, renowned Jewellery designer an

  • Maradona saves wife from post- match crowd fury

    Dubai Former Argentine football star and captain Diego Maradona had to move quickly to save his wife Veronica Ojeda during crowd trouble in the stands of a Dubai stadium shortly after a match between his Al Wasl team and Al Shabab ended on

  • Archer selling her bow for money unfortunate

    New Delhi Terming the incident as ” unfortunate”, Sports Minister Ajay Maken today assured all kind of assistance to gold medallist archer Nisha Rani Dutta, who was forced to sell her worldclass bow to repair her mud house.

  • George fashions PIFA fluent win

    FPJ SPORTS DESK Mumbai Powered by Nigerian striker George Wamous brilliance PIFA Colaba FC derailed Central Railway by coasting to a comfortable 5- 1 victory in an Elite Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association ( MDFA) l

  • Close contest as Lajong prepares to take on Goas Sporting FC

    Shillong A close contest is on the cards as Sporting Clube de Goa gets ready to take on Shillong Lajong FC in a 22nd round I- League encounter at the J N Stadium here today. Sporting, currently at eighth position with 31 points from 21 mat

  • East Bengal breeze past Mumbai FC

    Kolkata East Bengal came back from behind to breeze past Mumbai FC 3- 1 at the Yuva Bharati Krirangan here on Friday to move to 41 points in the I- League table while Mumbai stay on 17 points.

  • Air- India to face Salgaocar

    Margao After snatching a point from Mohun Bagan, Air- India will be looking to continue their upward march as they take on defending Champions Salgaocar in the 22nd round of the ILeague in Fatorda today.

  • We can defeat Salgaocar, says Air India coach

    Margao Air India coach Santosh Kashyap is hoping that his team can spring another surprise on Salgaocar Sports Club when the two teams meet in the 22nd round ILeague clash at the Nehru Stadium, Fatorda, Saturday.

  • Mumbai Cops steal a win

    FPJ SPORTS DESK Mumbai Greater Mumbai Police ( G. M. Police) dished out a disciplined performance to carve out a hard- fought 2- 1 win against YMCA in a First Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association ( MDFA) league, playe

  • Chand to lead India U- 19 team

    Bangalore: Promising Delhi batsman Unmukt Chand will lead the India Under- 19 cricket team in the upcoming Australian tour during which it will play in a quadrangular One- Day tournament starting April 5. Akshdeep Nath has been named Chands deput

  • Flawless Jaini, steady Bhullar chase Siddikur

    New Delhi Manav Jaini was flawless for the second day running while Gaganjeet Bhullar did not miss a single fairway as they closed in on leader Siddikur ( 67) from Bangladesh, at the midway stage of the Panasonic Open India here on Friday.

  • Olympic organisers willing to meet Bhopal activists

    London Under tremendous pressure from India to Dow Chemicals as London Olympics sponsors, organising committee chief Sebastian Coe today said they are ready to meet the activists protesting against the company because of the 1984 Bhopal ga

  • Govt replies to Sistema JSFC notice

    New Delhi The Indian government is believed to have assured Sistema Joint Stock Financial Corporation that it will take possible steps to protect foreign investments in the country. Official sources said that the government has made an att

  • Globalisation double- edged sword for India: Subbarao

    Bangalore The increasing integration of India with the global economy poses a challenge and opportunity for the country as globalisation is a double- edged sword, Reserve Bank governor D. Subbarao said late Friday.