May 19

Punjabi stars voted for the change
Punjabi stars voted for the change

People are getting huge enthusiasm for the Lok Sabha elections, while the stars are not lagging behind. The famous Punjabi singer and actor Harbhajan Maan has also voted in Paragon school. Also,he appealed to the people to use their authority in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections and vote for them. Another Punjabi singer Bibi Satwinder

Voices of women must be heard, says Rahul
Voices of women must be heard, says Rahul

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday hailed the role played by women in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections not just as candidates but also as voters and said that their voices must be heard.”Today is the seventh and last phase of polling. Our mothers and sisters have played a key role in these elections, not

Sunny Deol visits polling stations in Gurdaspur
Sunny Deol visits polling stations in Gurdaspur

Donning a turban, BJP’s Gurdaspur candidate and actor Sunny Deol on Sunday visited polling stations to oversee the polling process. Outside a booth in the Fatehgarh Churian area, he was seen greeting voters with folded hands. Jumping a barricade, when a young voter requested for a photograph, the star obliged.The actor-turned-politician is pitted against state

Kapil Sharma feted by World Book of Records
Kapil Sharma feted by World Book of Records

Comedian-actor Kapil Sharma has been acknowledged as the most viewed stand-up comedian in India and abroad by the World book of Records London. “It’s a proud moment for all of us. We congratulate the king of comedy, Kapil, for being recognised as one of the most viewed stand-up comedians in India and abroad and for

‘Balakot air strike is a feather in India’s cap’
‘Balakot air strike is a feather in India’s cap’

Kusum Arora Garhshankar (Anandpur Sahib) May 16 Seeking second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP government on ‘national security’, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Thursday invoked Balakot air strike and said that such an action against Pakistan terrorists was never, nor can it take place in the world. Rajnath Singh said that this

A flyover that took two decades to be completed
A flyover that took two decades to be completed

For the residents of north Delhi, Rani Jhansi flyover, which was inaugurated last year, is a classic example of how a government project should not be executed — with cost overruns and painfully long delays in completion. The flyover is one of the slowest ever constructed, with the project spanning two decades and witnessing a

Modi in Kedarnath, to visit Badrinath on Sunday
Modi in Kedarnath, to visit Badrinath on Sunday

Five days before the election results, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday morning offered prayers at the Kedarnath shrine nestled in Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand. Early in the day, Modi arrived at Dehradun’s Jolly Grant airport and took a helicopter to Kedarnath. He was wearing a grey attire with a pahari cap and a saffron

Election Commission or omission, asks Congress
Election Commission or omission, asks Congress

The Congress on Saturday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa’s letter to Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora over his dissent in the EC decisions in going unrecorded and asked whether it was “Election Commission or Election Omission”. In a letter to the CEC, Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa recused himself from the

Despite EVMs, EC officials can 'make or mar' poll results
Despite EVMs, EC officials can ‘make or mar’ poll results

As the Opposition parties’ apprehensions on glitches in Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) continue to simmer, a new spectre looms large on the vote-count day of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, May 23. With the verdict of millions of voters in 2019 elections sealed inside EVMs, there are fresh fears of foul play and potential manipulations,

Day 3 of IIPKL: Pondicherry Predators beats Haryana Heroes
Day 3 of IIPKL: Pondicherry Predators beats Haryana Heroes

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Pune May 14 In the first match of Indo International Premier Kabaddi League (IIPKL) of day 3, Pondicherry Predators easily beats Haryana Heros. The winning team Pondicherry Predators takes 52 points while Haryana Heroes managed to secure only 28 points. Till the half time, Pondicherry Predators has taken 30 points while Haryana

Shahid poses with his wax statue in Singapore
Shahid poses with his wax statue in Singapore

Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor struck a pose with his wax statue at the Madame Tussauds museum here.Shahid on Thursday tweeted a photograph of himself along with his wax statue and captioned it: “Twinning.”He also shared some images on his Instagram stories. In a photograph, the “Udta Punjab” actor was seen fixing the hair of his

Self-obsessed Modi indulges in theatrics: Captain Amarinder Singh
Self-obsessed Modi indulges in theatrics: Captain Amarinder Singh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is indulged in theatrics since he took over as Prime Minister, he’s a self-obsessed man and the people of Punjab or anywhere else can never forget the incident of desecration of their holy scriptures, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said on Thursday. For him, the 1984 anti-Sikh riots were a national

Rahul meets Alwar gang rape victim, assures justice
Rahul meets Alwar gang rape victim, assures justice

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday met the Alwar gang-rape victim, and assured her and the family of justice.Speaking to the media after the meeting in Thanagaazi, Gandhi said that this was an emotional issue for him and not a political one. “The victim will definitely get justice. Strict action will be taken against the

Proud of army, not the politicians: Children of martyrs
Proud of army, not the politicians: Children of martyrs

Kusum Arora Jalandhar May 14 At a time, when political discourse in the Lok Sabha Elections was confined to armed forces and national security, the children of martyrs residing at the three ‘martyrs hostels’ in Jalandhar Cantonment had only one message to share that they were proud of the Army for giving them decent lives,

Madhya Pradesh ex-CM Arjun Singh's wife dead
Madhya Pradesh ex-CM Arjun Singh’s wife dead

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Arjun Singh’s wife, Saroj Singh, died on Wednesday in New Delhi. State Congress spokesman Ajay Yadav has confirmed. She was 87. The cause of death was not immediately

Most educational institutions shut down in J&K
Most educational institutions shut down in J&K

Amid calls of hanging of rapist as students continue to clash with the police, the authorities in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday shut down most educational institutions in the valley. Fearing further spurts in violence as the protests took centre-stage after two consecutive rape incidents were reported in Bandipora and Ganderbal districts, colleges in Srinagar

Captain Amarinder's tactical advance strikes cord
Captain Amarinder’s tactical advance strikes cord

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, 77, may have been out of the Indian Army for decades now but he is proud to have served the nation in uniform.But this tactical advance into the opponent’s political territory by associating fellow ‘faujis’ (ex-servicemen) seems unparalleled. He has been striking a cord during his election meetings by

Day 2 of IIPKL: Bangalore Rhinos beats Pondicherry Predators with 7 Points
Day 2 of IIPKL: Bangalore Rhinos beats Pondicherry Predators with 7 Points

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Pune In the first match of Indo International Premier Kabaddi League (IIPKL) of day 2, Bangalore Rhinos beats Pondicherry Predators with 7 Points. The winning team Bangalore rhinos takes 39 points while Pondicherry Predators takes 32 points.  In a close match between both the times, Bangalore Rhinos takes 20 points while Pondicherry

After wife says he won't campaign, Sidhu shares stage with Priyanka
After wife says he won’t campaign, Sidhu shares stage with Priyanka

Hours after his wife claimed that he won’t campaign for the Congress in Punjab, Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu shared the stage with Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday threatening a “knockout punch” to the Badals. Congress star campaigner Sidhu will not campaign for his party in his home

Student protests continue in Kashmir Valley against rape
Student protests continue in Kashmir Valley against rape

Students at many places in the Kashmir Valley took to the streets and clashed with security forces on Tuesday in protest against the rape of a minor in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora district. Students of Amar Singh College came out of the campus and fought pitched battles with the security forces here. The students were