May 19

Get addicted to better yourself, Mahesh Bhatt tells Alia
Get addicted to better yourself, Mahesh Bhatt tells Alia

Mahesh Bhatt is proud his da u ghter Alia Bhatt is “flying higher and higher”. “Alia my girl you are flying higher and higher! Get addicted to bettering yourself. Love,” Mahesh tweeted on Monday, following the slew of positive responses that the actress is getting for her role in “Raazi”.Alia, daughter of Mahesh and actress Soni Razdan,

Punjab: 8.5 lacs bank accounts to be freeze
Punjab: 8.5 lacs bank accounts to be freeze

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): The banks in the Punjab have decided to close 8.45 lacs bank accounts, which were opened under the Prime Minister’s PMJDY scheme. These are the accounts which have not been operated since its opening. May 25 has been fixed to close these accounts, if the customers could not able to perform. It is the plea

Kamaal R Khan will make you laugh again with his tweets

KRK’s Twitter profile is pure entertainment and it is bound to leave you in splits. Some time back, Poonam Pandey and KRK were named as India’s national pass time! Here are tweets from KRK’s Twitter that show why he is such a “lajawaab launda”. We have put together for you the bad, the worst and the downright NO

Race 3 song Heeriye: Did you spot Salman's painted jacket ?
Race 3 song Heeriye: Did you spot Salman’s painted jacket ?

Who knew Salman Khan’s love for painting will inspire him to paint a jacket one day! Turns out the jacket that you see him wearing in Race 3’s first song Heeriye that just hit the web has been painted by none other than Salman himself. Yes! Reveals a source close to the unit of the film, “It’s

Rider Aids
Rider Aids: What’s next?

Cars and motorcycles have always been intricately linked, especially when it comes to safety aids. Technology like traction control, cruise control and ABS, which first appeared in cars, can now be found on most mid- and large-capacity motorcycles. So did other other features such as TFT instrument consoles and LED lighting. So what’s the next

Delhi HC social media Kathua rape case
Delhi HC issues notice to Google, FB for revealing identity of rape victim

 Delhi High Court on Friday issued notice to Google, Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites after their Indian subsidiaries informed the court that they are not concerned entity to reply to court’s notice on disclosing the identity of Kathua victim. The Court will again hear the matter on May 29. Earlier the Delhi High Court had slapped a fine of Rs. 10 lakhs

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

RJD Bihar Cong Goa Governors
RJD-allies in Bihar, Cong in Goa meet respective Governors

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav and other alliance leaders on Friday met Bihar Governor Satyapal Malik to stake claim to form a government in the state. Yadav handed over letters to the Governor, stating that they were the single largest party elected in 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly election and hence should be invited

BJP Supreme Court Karnataka Polls Rahul
BJP’s buff called off by SC in Karnataka Polls: Rahul on floor test decision

Welcoming the Supreme Court’s move on directing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to conduct a floor test tomorrow, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday said that it supports their stand against Governor Vajubhai R. Vala’s unconstitutional decision. Taking to Twitter, Rahul said that the BJP’s bluff to form the government without the majority numbers, has been

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

Petrol price: Rs. 4 a litre hike in petrol, diesel prices in offing
Petrol price: Rs. 4 a litre hike in petrol, diesel prices in offing

NEW DELHI: A Rs 4 per litre increase in petrol and diesel prices is in the offing if the state-owned fuel retailers are to return to pre-Karnataka poll hiatus margin levels, brokerage firms said. No sooner had Karnataka polled to elect a new state government, the state-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC), Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd

Over 4 lakh drug-addicts turn up for treatment at OPDs: CM
Over 4 lakh drug-addicts turn up for treatment at OPDs: CM

Tarn Taran – A whopping 126 per cent increase in the number of youth reporting for drug abuse treatment at OPDs of medical facilities showed the stupendous success of the government’s efforts to wipe out the menace from the state, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said here on Thursday. Launching the second phase of his government’s

Shahkot to witness a tough fight between Congress, SAD
Shahkot to witness a tough fight between Congress, SAD

Shahkot – Shahkot is all set to witness a tough fight between the ruling Congress and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD). Both the parties are eyeing to win the bye-election and build a momentum for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in their own favour. Shiromani Akali Dal aims to halt the winning chariot of the Congress

SAD asks govt to act against Khaira if a ‘member of drug cartel’

Chandigarh – The Shiromani Akali Dal today asked the Punjab government to act against Leader of Opposition Sukhpal Singh Khaira if it considers him a member of international drug cartel.’ In a statement issued here, Manjinder Singh Sirsa, national spokesman of the SAD, said: “It is strange to see that Punjab government has filed an

Dia Mirza excited for Sanju's promotional spree
Dia Mirza excited for Sanju’s promotional spree

Dia Mirza, who is excited about the release of the trailer of her forthcoming film “Sanju”, says that she can’t wait for it’s promotional campaign to unveil. Environmental conservation enthusiast, Dia Mirza along with Sameera Reddy, Zayed Khan, Bhagyashree, and Sussanne Khan, was present at the launch of Farah Khan Ail’s new jewellery collection on Wednesday.Dia, who

Drinking coffee may boost productivity at meetings
Drinking coffee may boost productivity at meetings

LOS ANGELES:Drinking coffee during meetings can lead to a more focussed group discussion, boost involvement and leave members feeling better about everyone’s participation, according to scientists including those of Indian origin. Decades of coffee research have explored its effects on the individual, but the study, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, is the first on the

Air India may have to pay US $ 8.8 million penalty
Air India may have to pay US $ 8.8 million penalty

NEW DELHI: The state-run carrier Air India may have to pay a penalty of US $ 8.8 million to 323 passengers of its May 9 Delhi-Chicago flight, which was delayed as a fallout of withdrawal of relaxations given on flight duty time limitation (FDTL) of the crew. This incident has brought into focus in a

Govt. calls explanation from Govt. Schools with Zero percent result
Govt. calls explanation from Govt. Schools with Zero percent result

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Even the figure of poor result of class 10th is a little, but the Education Department is going to seek explanation call from such schools. List has been prepared of these Schools.  60 Government Schools have zero percent result and 104 Schools have result up to 10 percent marks. More than 50 percent Schools have

Captain govt doubled commission of Depot holders
Captain govt doubled commission of Depot holders

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga):  The Punjab Government has fulfilled promised to double commission to the Depot holders working under Public Distribution System from Rs 25 to Rs 50 per quintal on wheat distribution to the beneficiaries . This promise had been made by the previous Badal Government. The Food and Supply Minister Bharat Bhushan Aashu has taken initiative

ICC may scrap coin toss in Test cricket
ICC may scrap coin toss in Test cricket

The toss could be a thing of the past in Test cricket as the International Cricket Council looks at ways to address the problem of home advantage.  The relevance or rather the fairness of the tradition, which is as old as the game itself, will be up for discussion at the International Cricket Council’s cricket