Aishwarya turns into golden mermaid at Cannes
Aishwarya turns into golden mermaid at Cannes


Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has enthralled her fans with her golden mermaid look at the red carpet of the 72nd edition of Cannes Film Festival. Dressed up in metallic gold gown with a long trail, Aishwarya looked no less than a mermaid at the gala.She was accompanied by her daughter Aaradhya, who wore a yellow

Snapchat down as users unable to refresh app Snapchat down as users unable to refresh app

Users in Europe and some parts of the US reported that popular photo-messaging app Snapchat have stopped working for them.Instead of showing the usual filters and lenses or the ability to send messages, the app simply failed to load, The Independent reported on Sunday. “Users report seeing a message telling them that the service isn’t

EC orders violated with impunity, voters click photos inside polling booths EC orders violated with impunity, voters click photos inside polling booths

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana The orders of Election commission (EC) prohibiting mobile phones inside polling stations and booths were violated with impunity  as several persons including polling agents of political parties clicked photographs inside polling booths. The voters clicked the photographs while making use of their franchise and later posted it on social media. The

Indumeet lashes out for neglecting Kashmiri Sikhs, fulfill pending demands Indumeet lashes out for neglecting Kashmiri Sikhs, fulfill pending demands

Srinagar Kashmiri Sikh Community leader Indumeet Singh on Sunday lashed out at regional and central political parties for neglecting demands of Sikh residents in Kashmir. In a statement Indumeet Singh said that , “Since decades all the political parties neglected the genuine demands of Kashmiri Sikhs which is the reason of silent migration of Sikhs

Sidhu damaging Congress with ill-timed comments: Punjab CM Sidhu damaging Congress with ill-timed comments: Punjab CM

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday criticized his Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu for damaging the Congress with his ill-timed comments against him and the party leadership in the state. If he was a real Congressmen, he should have chosen a better time to air his grievances instead of just ahead of voting in Punjab,

Raghava Lawrence exits Akshay Kumar-starrer 'Laxmmi Bomb' as director
Raghava Lawrence exits Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ as director

Raghava Lawrence stepped down as the director of Akshay Kumar-fronted “Laxmmi Bomb” after the first poster of the film was released.The director, who was set to helm the Hindi remake of 2011 Tamil horror comedy “Kanchana”, announced his departure from the project on Twitter. Lawrence, in a statement issued on Saturday, said there were “multiple

Many Political leaders casted their vote: Lok Sabha Elections
Many Political leaders casted their vote: Lok Sabha Elections

Leaders casted vote Punjab: Raja waring with his wife Amrita casted his vote at Bathinda After voting, the grandsons of grandfather parkash singh badal took place. Pawan Bansal going to caste his vote Harsimarat Badal and Sardar Parkash Singh Badal casting his vote at bathinda Kirron Kher casting her vote at Chandigarh Sukhbir singh Badal

Over 10% voting in Punjab LS polls
Over 10% voting in Punjab LS polls

More than 10 per cent voting was recorded in the first three hours of polling to Punjab’s 13 Lok Sabha seats on Sunday in the seventh and final phase of the general elections, officials said.Voting began at 7 a.m. in the constituencies of Patiala, Amritsar, Khadoor Sahib, Jalandhar (SC), Hoshiarpur (SC), Anandpur Sahib, Ludhiana, Fatehgarh

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

Electric field-based dressing fights bacterial infections
Electric field-based dressing fights bacterial infections

Amid growing antibiotic resistance, Indian-origin researchers have developed a way to charge up the fight against bacterial infections using electricity.The electric field-based dressing can not only disrupt biofilm infection, it can also prevent such infections from forming in the future, said the study published in the journal Annals of Surgery. Bacterial biofilms are thin, slimy

Upcoming Collaboration of Garry Sandhu and Gurlez Akhtar
Upcoming Collaboration of Garry Sandhu and Gurlez Akhtar

One of the finest singers in the world of Punjabi music is Gurlez Akhtar. As she has been giving us some of the greatest hits with songs such as ‘Don’t Worry’, ‘Defaulter’ and ‘Dabda Kithe Aa’ to name a few. The magic of her music is so good that today every artist wants to collaborate

Italy launches anti-competition probe against Google
Italy launches anti-competition probe against Google

Joining the Competition Commission of India (CCI) and the European Union (EU), Italy’s antitrust authority has become the latest international regulatory body to launch an anti-competition investigation against Google. The probe was prompted after Italy-based energy company Enel Group complained that Google was not allowing the “Enel X Recharge” app to work with Android Auto

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

INDIA: A test of Kohli's tactical acumen
INDIA: A test of Kohli’s tactical acumen

His manic consistency has already put him among the pantheon of greats but the World Cup in England will be Virat Kohli‘s hour of reckoning in his bid to create a lasting legacy as India’s captain.The first Indian captain to win a Test series on Australian soil, Kohli will be leading a team which has

'Laxmmi Bomb' set to release in June 2020
‘Laxmmi Bomb’ set to release in June 2020

National Award-winning actor Akshay Kumar and actress Kiara Advani starrer “Laxmmi Bomb” is all set to release on June 5, 2020. Akshay on Saturday shared the first look of the film on Twitter. In the image, the “Kesari” actor is seen applying kohl in his eyes. He captioned the image: “Bringing you one bomb of

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