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


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

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

Punjab Diary: Dear government, shun the double standards!

RAJAY DEEP Assistant Editor DAILYPOST Since the change of guard took place in the state in 2017, Captain Amarinder Singh led government, especially the Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal, has been consistently cribbing about the empty coffers. Having received the same cold replies for numerous times, people  of Punjab had gradually stopped expecting the developmental works in the state from the Congress government. However, the recent Assembly session shocked the

Punjab Dairy Sidhu Captain Punjab Dairy: He just stuck his foot in mouth

RAJAY DEEP Assistant Editor DAILYPOST Navjot Singh Sidhu, the cricketer-turned-politician, is rarely short of words. And thanks to his no holds barred remarks, this motormouth Punjab leader is known as a controversy’s favourite child. This time he has stirred the hornet’s nest by taking a jibe at his own Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, which has

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

The Fatal Blow – Dreadful tale of a Mother

Harkamal Singh Bajwa: It was four thirty p.m., a typical evening in the village of Sial Kalan. Everyone was performing his or her daily routines. Children were playing outside and a few men were sitting under a ‘peepal’ tree, a place known as ‘Satth’ in common Punjabi villages. Men were starting to gather at the

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Why social-emotional learning has lasting impact on your kids

Dear parents! Programs that teach emotional intelligence in schools have long-lasting positive effects on children. They not only immediately improve mental health, social skills, and learning outcomes but also continue to benefit children years later, according to new research from UBC, University of Illinois at Chicago and Loyola University.“Social-emotional learning programs teach the skills that

“Are we not ashamed of opposing NEET” asks HC judge

Chennai: Madras High Court today made some critical observations on Tamil Nadu government’s opposition to National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. “Are we not ashamed of opposing the NEET. Do you underestimate the ability of our students and the standard of education in Tamil Nadu? “Do you feel that our students will not do better than

Researchers uncover how Zika causes microcephaly

New York: Researchers have uncovered the mechanisms that the Zika virus uses to cause foetus microcephaly, a brain development disorder. Babies with microcephaly can have a wide array of problems including a small brain and head, developmental delays, seizures, vision and hearing loss and feeding difficulty. While a Zika infection typically results in mild or

Demonetise corruption

The real challenge is to deal with corruption firmly, which has been institutionalised over the years. The hue and cry over Central government’s demonetisation decision taken on November 8 which the countrymen came to know through Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the nation, is far from over. The opposition parties led by Congress are

Jamie Lynn Spears shares daughter’s first photo post accident

Los Angeles: Singer Jamie Lynn Spears hasshared a photo and update on daughter Maddie’s condition following the eight-year-old’s all-terrain vehicle accident. The 25-year-old singer and actress posted a Valentine’s Day snap of Maddie on Instagram with a caption detailing her progress and expressing her gratitude to the companies that provided her with candy to give

Writer Anuja Chauhan’s ‘love notes’

Gurugram: Anuja Chauhan, who has authored books like “The Zoya Factor”, has crafted “Love Notes” for Valentine’s Day on February 14. Chocolate brand Nestlé ALPINO is set to celebrate love with Chauhan for a Valentine’s Day activity – ‘ALPINO Love Notes with Anuja Chauhan’. In the campaign, launched on Facebook on Saturday, the brand will

Sonam to launch teaser of Swara Bhaskar’s “Anaarkali of Arrah”

Mumbai: The teaser of Swara Bhaskar’snext “Anaarkali of Arrah” will be unveiled today by her good friend Sonam Kapoor. “Swara is a dear friend and someone I deeply respect as an actor. When I saw the teaser of ‘Anaarkali of Arrah”‘ I was so excited and happy to lend my support to her and the

One Maoist killed in Chhattisgarh shootout

Raipur: A Maoist guerrilla was killed in a shootout with the security forces in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district, officials said on Friday. A pistol, hand grenade and articles of daily usage were recovered from the slain Maoist. Bijapur Superintendent of Police K.L. Dhruv said the shootout took place near Chilkapalli village after Maoists opened fire at

Ajit Singh escapes unhurt as helicopter tilts during take off

Mathura: RLD chief Ajit Singh had a narrowescape as his helicopter tilted when a temporary helipad made of bricks gave away while the chopper was taking off in Mant area here. The former aviation minister had yesterday addressed an election programme at Brij Aadarsh Inter College in support of RLD candidate from Mant Assembly constituency,

Security increased for MCG test after terror arrests

Melbourne: Security has been increased at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for Monday’s second Test between Australia and Pakistan following the arrest of seven people over a terror-related plot in the city. Those charged were allegedly planning to attack Melbourne’s Flinders Street train station, nearby Federation Square and St. Paul’s Cathedral on Christmas Day. Chief police

Future group, Paytm tie-up to take Big Bazaar online

Mumbai- Retail company Future Group has tiedup with mobile payments and commerce platform Paytm to enable Paytm users to shop for Big Bazaar merchandise on the online marketplace and get it delivered to their homes. The tie-up will make Big Bazaar the anchor store on the Paytm marketplace. Further, customers of Big Bazaar can get

Let the pampered city breathe!

The India growth story has a stark, darker side that’s hardly ever mentioned but very much felt in big cities across the country, but none more so than in Delhi. The national capital is the perfect example of uncontrolled human consumption pushing its residents to a precipice, left staring into a bottomless pit from where

Ruckus in House

India is the largest democracy in the world. It is also said to be a nascent democracy, where things are evolving slowly, but steadily. India as a nation is faced with multiple problems, which need serious attention. For want their addressal has been quite slow. Even after 67 years of independence, we are still struggling

Farmers’ income

The income of farmers in India has shrunk like anything over the years. It is mainly due to the fact that input costs have gone up monstrously, while the output remains stagnated. The Central and state governments have been making concerted efforts to enhance their income from time to time, but their efforts have not