India emerges 3rd largest tourist place in the world: Alphons
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Punjab, Haryana, HP have yet to exploit their full potential Tourism in any country is not just fun and frolic, it is a window to the country’s rich cultural heritage as tourism has emerged as a throbbing industry that can lend an unexpected impetus to its economy. DAILYPOST Editor Ajay Bhardwaj in a freewheeling conversation

Navjot Sidhu ruckus CM Embattled Navjot Sidhu creates ruckus at CM’s meeting

The system of single tender becomes a bone of contention AJAY BHARDWAJ Chandigarh That the presumptuously boisterous Navjot Singh has been acting more like a roller coaster than an administrator was evident on Saturday during a meeting that Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh had called for an interaction with MLAs from districts like Ferozepur, Faridkot

Suresh Arora Punjab DGP Editor’s post: Indispensability of being Suresh Arora, Punjab DGP gets yet another extension

A BLUE-EYED BOY OF BOTH, PARKASH SINGH BADAL AND CAPT. AMARINDER SINGH AJAY BHARDWAJChandigarh Rarely, or may be seldom, has the Punjab government sought to retain the services of a police officer the manner in which it has coveted Suresh Arora, IPS, to continue as the state DGP. Far too more significantly, regardless of the

PM Modi RSS DP Analysis: Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi locking horns with RSS ?

While the RSS affiliate have sought for an ordinance on the lines of Triple Talaq for the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Modi says hold on, let the court give its call AJAY BHARDWAJ Chandigarh A quiet confrontation seems to be building on between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the RSS as the prime minister made it clear on

Kartarpur Corridor: Read the Lips and Hear the Whisper

Editor’s Post Ajay Bhardwaj Chandigarh The body language spoke volumes. And the message was loud and clear from Pakistani side. During the function, it was Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu who sat next to Prime minister Imran Khan even as two Union ministers from India, Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Hardeep Singh Puri, were kept

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Editor’s Post: The burden of an Albatross ?

AJAY BHARDWAJ Chandigarh As MJ Akbar relinquished his office in the face of “Me Too” blizzard, for the media it became an extraordinary moment of reckoning. An outstanding scholar and a journalist, who had authored ten books of some substance, caught the eye of prime minister Narendra Modi, though he had no ideological proximity to the BJP, because of Modi wanted to make inroads in world of Shahs. The baggage of

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Eminent film director Sayeed Mirza one to one interview with Daily Post Editor

Eminent film director Sayeed Mirza was interviewed by #DailyPostEditor, Ajay Bhardwaj on the last day of #Khushwant Singh LiteraryFestival at #Kasauli .  Eminent film director Sayeed Mirza was interviewed by #DailyPost Editor, Ajay Bhardwaj Eminent film director Sayeed Mirza was interviewed by #DailyPostEditor, Ajay Bhardwaj on the last day of #Khushwant Singh Literary Festival at #Kasauli😍😍#literature #movies #khushwantsingh #direction❤️❤️ Posted

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No writers from Pakistan invited for the first time in seventh edition of Khuswant Singh Literary Festival, #MeToo expose is the main theme: Rahul Singh

Nidhi Bhanot Legendary writer Khushwant Singh has always been closely associated with small hill town full of quaint relics of the British tenure, situated about 1950 meters above sea level and nesting in Shivaliks, ‘Kasauli’. This way Kasauli becomes an offbeat destination for those who would like to get away from the hustle-bustle of city

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Photojournalist’s death: CM seeks report from Jalandhar MC

Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Monday announced a Rs 5 lakh compensation for the bereaved family of photojournalist Tarun Kumar Shammi and directed the Principal Secretary of Local Bodies to seek a report from the Municipal Corporation (MC) in this regard. Capt Amarinder Singh also directed the Principal Secretary to fix the responsibility of

Hearing tests may not detect common form of hearing loss

New York:Traditional clinical hearing tests often fail to detect patients with a common form of inner ear damage that might otherwise be detected by more challenging behavioural tests, new research has found. Such tests may not be able to diagnose those facing problems in certain situations, like hearing speech in a noisy room, said the

US Olympic champion Rollins banned for one year

Washington:American Olympic champion hurdler Brianna Rollins has accepted a one-year ban for failing to report correctly her whereabouts to anti-doping officials, a media report said. Rollins missed three tests, on April 27, September 13, and September 27 in 2016, which resulted in an anti-doping violation, Xinhua news agency reported. The ban is retroactive to September

World’s largest rodent gives birth at UK zoo

London: Lily – a member of the world’slargest rodent species – has given birth to a pup at a zoo in the UK. The six-year-old animal named ‘Lily’ – who featured in the TV series ‘The Secret Life of the Zoo’ – delivered her pup at the Chester Zoo. The sex of the baby capybara

Winds halt NASA’s balloon launch attempt yet again

Wellington: High surface winds scuttled NASA’s sixth attempt at launching a stadium-sized super pressure balloon from Wanaka in New Zealand on Friday, the media reported. NASA will make its seventh attempt at launching the balloon on Saturday, a Stuff.co.nz report said. “The wind speed was below our limit for a time, but unfortunately picked back

Google Home now supports multiple users

New York:Google Home, a voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant for home automation now has the ability for up to six people to connect their account to one speaker and can recognise who is talking to it. When you connect your account on a Google Home, Google asks you to say the phrases “Ok

Jaitley raises H-1B visa issue with US

Washington:The vexed issue of restrictions on American H-1B visas has been taken up with the US administration by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley during his ongoing visit to the US, an Indian official said on Friday. The issue was raised by Jaitley at his meeting here on Thursday with AUS Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, an Indian

Apple, Nike to unveil limited edition Apple Watch 2

San Francisco:Apple and Nike are working to expand their smartwatch series partnership for the Apple Watch 2 with a new limited edition NikeLab offering. “NikeLab will feature a simple face to focus on fitness and will go on sale April 27, but will only be available through Nike’s website and at an Apple pop up

Dress like celebrities but first know your body: Celebrity stylist

New Delhi:Bollywood celebrity stylist Tanya Ghavri, who has designed for the likes of Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kai?f and is currently working on the film “Judwa 2”, says that it’s flattering to see young girls taking fashion inspiration from film stars but it is also important for them to understand their

New device can harness waste heat to power computers

Washington:Scientists have developed a new device that can convert heat emitted by computers into an alternative energy source, an advance that could allow computing at ultra-high temperatures. One of the biggest problems with computers, dating to the invention of the first one, has been finding ways to keep them cool so that they do not

Poor sleep may make it harder to see positive side

New York:Researchers have found that poor sleep may affect a specific region of the brain known to be involved in regulating negative emotional responses, especially in those suffering from depression and anxiety, thereby further restricting their ability to see things in a positive light. This area of the brain, the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex, may

Both high and low birth weight linked to fatty liver disease

New York:Children born with lower or higher weight than normal may be at increased risk for developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) by the time they become teenagers, says a study. Advanced scarring of the liver was associated with low birth weight, while more inflammation was linked to high birth weight, according to the study