Jul 06

Ranveer Singh starrer '83' gets new release date
Ranveer Singh starrer ’83’ gets new release date

New Delhi (ANI): After enthralling the audience with his blockbuster ‘Padmaavat’, Bollywood’s powerhouse actor Ranveer Singh is all set to star in Kabir Khan’s ’83’. The sports drama, which is slated to release on April 10, 2020, will see Singh playing the role of legendary cricketer Kapil Dev. The official page of Reliance Entertainment announced

Alert for a year to shareholders states as BBMB sees water crises
Alert for a year to shareholders states as BBMB sees water crises

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh, June 25: Despite the beginning of monsoon, the BBMB is worrying about the shortage of water in future. Although the level of water has stopped going down in Bhakra and increase of water by 3 feet in Pong dam, but the BBMB has declared to increase a little in the release of

Heavy rain in Punjab, Himachal, Delhi
Heavy to very heavy rain warning in Punjab, Haryana for June 28-29

Heavy to very heavy rain warning in Punjab, Haryana for June 28-29. The southwest Monsoon was likely to further advance into Punjab and Haryana where widespread rains today led to a drop in the mercury. “Conditions are favourable for further advancement of monsoon into Punjab and Haryana including Chandigarh. It is likely to enter these

Punjab: Congress lieutenants raise fingers against Captain Government
Punjab: Congress lieutenants raise fingers against Captain Government

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: Once again the resentment has broken out in the ruling Punjab Congress. Known as a left hand of CM Amrinder Singh, a former Minister and MLA Rana Gurjit Singh raised finger against the performance of Captain Government. Talking to media, he alleged that although he is the part of the Government, but

Entry-pass for Secretariat: Soon visitors will create their own pass, anytime

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: The peoples will able to get relief soon from the long queues to get an entry-pass before going to the Punjab Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh to meet Ministers or Senior Officers. People will able to create their own ‘entry-pass ‘themselves from anywhere and anytime. The Government has started process to introduce online system

Tricity gears up for International Yoga Day

Chandigarh – Thousands of people are expected to participate in yoga events, which is to be organised at various places on the eve of 4th International Yoga Day across Chandigarh on Thursday. A large amount of people from Tricity are going to participate in the events and initiatives organised by the government, various NGO’s, schools, educational

Dusty weather leads to flight cancellations at Chandigarh airport

Dusty weather leads to flight cancellations at Chandigarh airport. Low visibility due to dusty weather conditions led to cancellations of flights at the Chandigarh International Airport today, with the meteorological department saying that the situation would improve only by tomorrow afternoon. “No flight landed or took off from Chandigarh (airport) until today afternoon due to

Law and order Shillong NCM
Law and order situation satisfactory in Shillong: NCM

National Commission for Minorities (NCM) member, Manjit Singh Rai, who had arrived in Shillong to review the prevailing situation, said that the situation of law and order in the area is satisfactory.He said, “My suggestion is people should stay together, there is no chance of relocation right now. I am satisfied with the law and

Shimla-Chandigarh Heli-taxi will take its first off today
Shimla-Chandigarh Heli-taxi will take its first off today

Shimla – Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur will open the Heli-taxi service between Shimla-Chandigarhon Monday from Shimla. The Helitaxi ride will be available on Mondays and Fridays. The ride will be inaugurated by the Chief Minister in Shimla on Monday at 8 am. It will reach Chandigarh at 8:20 am and take off for Shimla at

Sikh cop Muslim save mob attack
B-Town lauds Sikh cop who saved Muslim man from mob attack

 Popular Bollywood celebrities like Farhan Akhtar, Vidya Balan and Chetan Bhagat have heaped praise on Sikh police officer, who saved a Muslim man from allegedly being mob lynched.A video of the cop, Gagandeep Singh is doing the rounds on social media, with people hailing his bravery. While people on Twitter applauded Singh’s act and his commitment

Shahkot Bye-poll: SAD pins hope on 'massive road show' for victory
Shahkot Bye-poll: SAD pins hope on ‘massive road show’ for victory

Shahkot – The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Saturday conducted a massive road show to express solidarity with the people of Punjab who have allegedly been cheated by the Congress government and appealed to them to teach a lesson to the Congress party in the bye-poll on May 28 for betraying each and every section of

Honey bee day celebrated in Chandigarh
Honey bee day celebrated in Chandigarh

Chandigarh(DP Correspondent): To compete with other companies, the Khadi and Village Industries commission (KVIC) will start marketing of Honey, which helps preventing many diseases. A honey bee day was celebrated here in KVIC office, in which number of honey producers participated. It was felt in the seminar that being good for health; the honey could

Carry On Jatta 2 song Kurte Chadre pollywood
‘Carry On Jatta 2’ new song: ‘Kurte Chadre’ will make you groove

The wait is over and the third song of ‘Carry On Jatta 2’ is out! Though it was scheduled to release in the morning, once you watch the song, you would not mind the delay at all. Titled ‘Kurte Chadre‘, the song is a romantic Punjabi number with a peppy bhangra beat.Featuring the lead pair Sonam

Congress SAD Sukhbir Badal Shahkot Minister
Former Congress Minister joins SAD in presence of Sukhbir Singh Badal

Former Congress leader and former minister Brij Bhupinder Singh Lali joined the Akali Dal on Friday.  Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal and Bikram Singh Majithia joined Lali in the party. Brij Bhupinder Singh Kang has been the Home Minister during the government of Beant Singh in Punjab. He has also contested elections against Ajit

Smartphone CMR
Smartphone speed, performance critical for leaders of tomorrow: CMR

CyberMedia Research (CMR) today released their latest research report, Mobility@Work, capturing the perspectives of tomorrow’s leaders, especially millennials and other technology professionals around mobility at the workplace. As per the study findings, the key considerations from a Smartphone include agility, capacity, security, and privacy.For the leaders of tomorrow, work is life, and they take pride in ensuring

Chandigarh International Airport to remain shut till May 31

Chandigarh International Airport to remain shut till May 31. The Chandigarh International Airport was closed for all air traffic on Saturday until May 31 to carry out runway expansion and repairs, officials said here. “No civil and military flights will operate from Chandigarh from May 12 to May 31,” a Chandigarh International Airport Ltd (Chial)

Rains lash Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab on storm alert
Rains lash Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab on storm alert

Rains lash Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab on storm alert. Early morning rains lashed Chandigarh and surrounding areas on Monday while authorities in Haryana and Punjab remained on high alert following a storm advisory issued by the Met Department. Schools in Haryana were ordered to remain closed for two days (Monday and Tuesday) as a preventive measure

EcoSport Vitara Brezza Rival Hyundai
EcoSport, Vitara Brezza Rival From Hyundai Should Get A 7-Speed DCT

After dominating the compact SUV segment with the Creta, Hyundai is now working towards entering the sub-compact/sub-4m SUV space with an SUV based on the Carlino concept, which is set to be launched in 2019. The Carlino concept made its global premiere at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo. The production-spec model (codenamed: HND 14) will see

Operation Blue Star was mischievous blunder: Dr Subramanian Swamy
Operation Blue Star was mischievous blunder: Dr Subramanian Swamy

Amritsar – BJP Member of Parliament Dr Subramanian Swamy on Sunday termed the Operation Blue Star as an ‘unjustified act’ which was carried out in June 1984 during the Congress regime. He said the decision was wrong. Talking to media persons here, Dr Swamy said: “Operation Blue Star carried out by the Indian Army in the

Matrimonial issues on the top in Astrology camp
Matrimonial issues on the top in Astrology camp

Chandigarh(DP Correspondent): Matrimonial cases in the society are on the top than other issue. A free astrology camp, organised here in Chandigarh, has revealed the fact that people prefer to go to Astrologists before taking any final decision. While business problem, job and career, education and health problem are the other social issue respectively. Organiser