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Punjab polls: Capt. Amarinder files nominations from Lambi

Capt. Amarinder files nominations – Lambi   Lambi: Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh  filed his nomination papers against Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) heavyweight, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, from Lambi on Wednesday with the Congress high command clearing his name for the seat yesterday evening.   Also Read: Amarinder files nomination papers from Patiala seat


CBI arrests seven with 427 kg of cannabis

New Delhi:  CBI has arrested seven persons in Ghaziabad with 427 kilograms of cannabis which was being brought in a train from Odisha. CBI sources said agency teams received an input that the consignment of cannabis was coming from Puri in Odisha on the Purushottam express. They said the gang was planning to get down


Bollywood needs to dignify portrayal of gay characters: Chang

Mumbai:  Actor-singer Meiyang Chang, who will be playing a gay character in a web series, feels Bollywood needs to handle such portrayals with more sensitivity. In the web series “Untag”, Chang plays the role of Nischay Barbara and he has made sure he doesn’t play the role in a stereotypical way. “My primary concern was

Cold wave continues among Himachal Pradesh

Shimla, Manali cut off after snow, traffic hampered

  Shimla:  Traffic to tourist destinations Shimla, Manali and Dalhousie were cut off from the rest of Himachal Pradesh on Saturday following heavy snowfall overnight, officials said. Electricity supply was snapped here and Manali as power lines were damaged due to falling trees. Traffic bound for Shimla was disrupted at Shogi, about 15 km from

Music changes with society, nothing is wrong in that: Sonu Nigam

Mumbai:  Singer Sonu Nigam says just like everything else, music also undergoes a change constantly and there is nothing wrong if the songs of today are different from that of the 90s. The “Kal Ho Na Ho” singer feels every generation tries to imbibe something from their previous generation and add their own touch in

Neetu Chandra leads advanced India Independence Day celebrations in Toronto

Toronto,Thousands of Indo-Canadians joined in advance celebrations of India’s Independence Day here on Monday as Bollywood actress Neetu Chandra led the community parade in the heart of the biggest city of Canada. As its Grand Parade Marshal, Neetu led the India Day parade which included nine colourful floats for the first time in five years.