Category: Jewellery

Armed Miscreants Attack Jewellery Shop Owner, Loot Gold Weighing Over 1 Kg

Armed Miscreants Attack Jewellery Shop Owner, L...

February 11, 2020 By King

Cuttack: Gold jewellery weighing over 1 kilogram was allegedly looted from a jewellery shop at Godisahi village under Barang Police limits in Cuttack district on Sunday. As per reports, six-armed miscreants reportedly barged into a jewellery shop and looted gold ornaments after attacking the shopkeeper. The incident took place when the shop owner was closing

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Studded jewellery to become costlier

February 10, 2020 By King

KOLKATA: Consumers will have to shell out more for jewellery studded with rubies, emeralds and sapphires, as the Budget has proposed to impose a 0.5% basic customs duty on these uncut stones which at present can be imported tax-free. A 0.5% customs duty has also been introduced on rough coloured gemstones, rough semi-precious stones, rough synthetic gemstones

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Studded jewellery to become costlier
Millennials choose low-value designer silver jewellery this Valentine’s Day

Millennials choose low-value designer silver je...

February 8, 2020 By King

Steep gold prices have weakened buying sentiment, not only for the middle class, but also for the rich and super-rich consumers in the ten-week season which began with Christmas and ends with Mother’s Day on March 8. While the middle class seem to have stopped placing new orders for bullion purchase, millennials have shifted to

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Meet the designer whose silver jewellery is wor...

February 4, 2020 By King

This is a story of a woman entrepreneur who was never allowed to step out of the house alone as a young girl. She went on to become a well-known jewellery designer, whose exquisite pieces are the preferred choice of Bollywood A-listers. Sangeeta Boochra was born in Sujangarh, a small village in Rajasthan, in a

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Meet the designer whose silver jewellery is worn by Priyanka Chopra, Vidya Balan, and Aishwarya Rai
How a spice trader built a Rs 27,000 Cr jewellery brand: the untold story of Malabar Gold

How a spice trader built a Rs 27,000 Cr jewelle...

January 31, 2020 By King

One of the secrets to success is doing common things uncommonly well, and 62-year-old MP Ahammed, Founder of Malabar Gold & Diamonds, is an epitome of this. MP Ahammed, Founder, Malabar Gold & Diamonds Born into a family of merchants and landlords, Ahammed began his entrepreneurial odyssey at the age of 20 by setting up a spice

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Budget 2020: Boosts for jewellery sector

January 28, 2020 By King

“The government’s Digital India initiative has propelled the shift towards a cashless economy. This clubbed with multiple benefits offered by banks to credit or debit card customers, is a boon to the organized jewellery sector and is paving way towards ensuring transparency while boosting the gems and jewellery industry. Adding to this is the landmark

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Budget 2020: Boosts for jewellery sector
Fashion and tradition: Jewellery trends for 2020

Fashion and tradition: Jewellery trends for 2020

January 20, 2020 By King

Perfectly worn jewellery doesn’t just complement our clothes; it also completes our overall look. From the perspective of a jewellery designer, I think the only constant in the jewellery industry is experimentation. So it can be daunting to keep up with trends that change with each new season. Especially in India, we have such diverse

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Bombay HC restrains Chinese Jewellery Website f...

December 7, 2019 By King

The Bombay High Court recently restrained a Chinese website with operations in India from selling jewellery using the brand name ‘ORRA‘. ORRA Fine Jewellery Private Limited (ORRA), promoted by Russell Arun Mehta of Rosy Blue diamonds had moved the High Court seeking restraining orders against a Chinese website selling gems using the domain name orra-jewels.com wherein jewellery was being sold using the

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Bombay HC restrains Chinese Jewellery Website from using the “ORRA” brand name
Hallmarking to be mandatory for gold jewellery from 2021: Paswan

Hallmarking to be mandatory for gold jewellery ...

December 3, 2019 By King

NEW DELHI: Hallmarking of gold jewellery and artefacts will be made mandatory across the country from January 15, 2021 to ensure purity of the precious metal, Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan announced on Friday. A notification in this regard will be issued on January 15 next year and the decision will come into effect after a year, making it compulsory

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