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Ritu Beri launches 'Women Solidarity Scarf'
Assocham (industry body) Ladies League (ALL) and JW Marriott jointly released the "Women Solidarity Scarf" created and designed by famous international designer Ritu Beri on the occasion of International Women's Day here today at New Delhi.

While releasing the scarf, Ritu Beri said, "The aim of this Solidarity Scarf is to become a visible public symbol of self-esteem, sisterhood and strength among women of all ages of all country."

"The Solidarity Scarf is launched to mark the celebration of International Women's Day and show love, respect and appreciation towards women and their achievements in economic, political, and social spheres," said Beri.

Harbeen Arora, global chairperson, Assocham Ladies League (ALL) congratulated JW Marriott and Ritu Beri for their remarkable initiative and reassured that ALL through its 33 Chapters globally will promote this public symbol of Solidarity Scarf so that a billion women's voices can be amplified and heard across borders.

Balan Paravantavida, general manager of JW Marriott, New Delhi supporting this initiative on the occasion of International Women's Day, said, "We are happy to support this initiative with Ms Ritu Beri and ASSOCHAM Ladies League as this is needed for restoring rightful place of women in society."

Eminent people of the city including Najma Heptullah, Bindu Kapoor, Yes Bank, Priti Paul of Oxford Book Store, Suruchi Duggal, CEO of International Luxury magazine, Le City deluxe were also present at the occasion.

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