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Manje Bistre 2: The first official poster of the Gippy Grewal starrer is out

Manje Bistre 2: The first official poster of the Gippy Grewal starrer is out

Manje Bistre 2: Punjabi singer and actor Gippy Grewal took it to his social media handle to announce that he will be releasing the first official poster of ‘Manje Bistre 2’ and the same is out now. Featuring the full cast of the film including Gippy Grewal, Simi Chahal, Karamjit Anmol, Gurpreet Ghuggi, B.N. Sharma, Anita

Cutting back on drinking could help with smoking cessation: Study

Cutting back on drinking could help with smoking cessation: Study. If you are planning to quit smoking as part of your New Year’s resolution, here’s a tip. According to a recent study, cutting back on drinking might help with smoking cessation. The research has found that heavy drinkers who are trying to stop smoking may

PM Narendra Modi renames 3 islands of Andaman Nicobar

PM Narendra Modi renames 3 islands of Andaman Nicobar

PM Narendra Modi renames 3 islands of Andaman Nicobar. Narendra Modi Sunday announced renaming of three islands of Andaman and Nicobar on the occasion of 75th anniversary of Tricolour hoisting by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose here. The Ross Island was renamed as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Dweep, the Neil Island would now be known as

Kader Khan hospitalised, Son dismisses death rumours

Kader Khan hospitalised, Son dismisses death rumours. Veteran actor Kader Khan’s son Sarfaraz has said that his father has been admitted to a hospital in Canada, dismissing media reports of his demise.”It is all a lie. It (is) just a rumour. My father is in the hospital,” Sarfaraz told PTI. The 81-year-old actor has developed

No shortage of funds for athletes under TOPS: SAI

No shortage of funds for athletes under TOPS: SAI

No shortage of funds for athletes under TOPS: SAI. The Sports Authority of India (SAI) Director General Neelam Kapoor has said that there is no shortage of funds for athletes who are under the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS). The scheme, which is in force since September 2018, is a flagship programme of Rajyavardhan Singh

1984 riots case: Sajjan Kumar expected to surrender today

1984 riots case: Sajjan Kumar expected to surrender today

1984 riots case: Sajjan Kumar expected to surrender today. The 73-year-old Congress leader, Sajjan Kumar, who was awarded life sentenced by the Delhi High Court in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, is expected to surrender before Karkardooma Court or Tihar jail authorities here on Monday. Overturning a the acquittal granted to Kumar by a trial

2019 Hyundai

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe To Debut Fingerprint Recognition Tech On Cars

Hyundai has revealed that it will begin offering fingerprint recognition technology on its cars from 2019 onwards. This technology will let owners lock/unlock the doors, start the car and set their seating position and side mirrors with just their fingerprint. The carmaker has stated that the 2019 Santa Fe will be the first model to receive this

Punjab panchayat polls Booth capture

Punjab panchayat polls ends with booth capturing, firing and two dead

The voting of Punjab panchayat polls completed smoothly at maximum centers at 4:00pm  However, the polling has not progressed smoothly at few centres as incidents of violence have been reported from two polling stations. There have been two incidents of booth-capturing, one in Shakri village and the other in Lakhmir village. According to reports, Congress workers allegedly

Punjab Panchayat Polls

Highlights of Punjab Panchayat Polls through images with final voting figures

Final voting Figures of different districts of Punjab Panchayat Polls 2018 in Punjab.  61% polling in Barnala district till 2 pm 42% polling in Amritsar: 50.72% and 42% voters turnout recorded till 2 pm in Jalandhar and Amritsar 59% polling in Gurdaspur district till 2 pm 50.72 % polling in Jalandhar till 2 pm 46

Renowned filmmaker Mrinal Sen dies at 95

Renowned filmmaker Mrinal Sen dies at 95. Celebrated filmmaker Mrinal Sen passed away due to cardiac arrest at his residence in West Bengal’s Bhowanipore on Sunday morning. The 95-year-old National Award-winning director was honored with Dadasaheb Phalke award and Padma Bhushan award, for his nonpareil contribution to the Indian cinema. Born on 14 May 1923,

Ludhiana SHO poll candidate

Ludhiana SHO admits to killing Babbars, threatens poll candidate

Highlights THE CONVERSATION BETWEEN HUSBAND OF CANDIDATE AND SHO WAS RECORDED ON PHONE AND THE COMPLAINT WAS LODGED TO COMMISSIONER OF POLICE RAJDEEP BENIPAL Ludhiana The Punjab Police Inspector Prem Singh posted as Station House Officer (SHO) at Police Station Dehlon has courted controversy by admitting that he has killed several “Babbar” (Daring people) during his service. SHO Prem Singh has made a call to

Khaki in Punjab was not so crisp

Rajay Deep Bathinda Despite a battery of about a dozen of Director Generals of Police (DGPs) with almost double strength of Additional Director Generals of Police (ADGPs) being there to lead the force of 80,000 cops in the state, Punjab Police seemed to be failing to project itself in the right perspective in the outgoing

Education department sexual harassment

Education department to sensitise children about sexual harassment

Highlights: THE CONTENT WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE THE MORAL EDUCATION PAPER OF THE CLASSES  FROM THIRD TO EIGHT STANDARD RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Out of every 3 school children , 2 children have been reported as the victim of sexual assault in some way in their life. With rising incidence of sexual harassment and abuse against children, a need to sensitize children is now being

PU PG Post placements

Panjab University sees dip in Post Graduate courses placements

WAMIL VASHISHT Chandigarh As per the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) report, Panjab University has witnessed a dip in the rate of placements in Post Graduate (PG) courses, amount received from sponsored researches, score for the number of students passing out in exams in a stipulated time period etc. According to the information, the rate of placements in PG courses has slumped from 23.6

acid test girl victim Roopnagar

“Never say die’’ spirit: An acid test of life for a girl victim from Roopnagar

Highlights A girl victim of acid attack from Roopnagar wages a new war to live up The victim has been Ekeing out her livelihood banking on her instincts BINDU SINGH Chandigarh “Never say die” is the spirit of an acid attack victim, Inderjeet Kaur. A young girl, who is blind, having distorted nose, lost her one ear, has

Low Vitamin D intake found in asthma patients

Low Vitamin D intake found in asthma patients. The recent research has found a reduced Vitamin D intake in occupational asthma patients. Previously, Vitamin D intake was rarely evaluated in cases of occupational asthma regardless of it being an important part of nutrition. The main objective of this study was to assess the Vitamin D

Melbourne Test: India beat Australia, retain Border-Gavaskar Trophy

Melbourne Test: India beat Australia, retain Border-Gavaskar Trophy. India out-played Australia by 137 runs to win the third Test and retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy here at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday. The visitors have secured an unbeatable 2-1 lead in the four-match Test series. After declaring India’s second innings at 106 for the

Panchayat Polls: Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala’s mother getting good response

Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala dressed in casual attires supporting his mother Charan Kaur at the polling booth with his old and young fans. His mother is contesting for the post of sarpanch at Moosa village in the Mansa district of Punjab. Moosa is attracting many people from the nearby areas, who are reaching to get

Ranveer Singh’s ‘Simmba’ rakes Rs 20.72 crore on day 1

Ranveer Singh’s ‘Simmba’ rakes Rs 20.72 crore on day 1. Taking a super start at the box office, Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan’s ‘Simmba’ minted Rs 20.72 crore on the first day of its release. Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the news. He tweeted, ” #Simmba gathered

Voting begins for Punjab panchayat elections

Voting begins for Punjab panchayat elections. Amid a cold wave sweeping the state, the voting for panchayat elections began across Punjab’s rural belt on Sunday.The State Election Commission (SEC) officials said over 1.27 crore voters are eligible to exercise their franchise in the panchayat (village council) elections.The polling is being held for 13,276 panchayats.Though the