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Divyanka - Vivek wins Nach Baliye 8, 35 lakh reward

After four months of hard work Divyanka and Vivek wins Nach Baliye 8

After four months of hard work Divyanka and Vivek wins Nach Baliye 8. TV’s couple Divyanka Tripathi and her husband Vivek Dahiya have become the winners of Nach Baliye 8 . Both of them have made their names in the finals of the show by defeating Sanam-Abigail and Sania Irani. Diwali and Vivek got the

Sikhs planning join US Army new rule 

More Sikhs now planning to join US Army after new rule 

  Washington: Sikhs in America are now planning to join the US Army in large numbers after it issues a new regulation on religious liberty to accommodate people who sport turbans and beards for religious reasons. In a significant move to enable all religious minorities in America, including the Sikhs, the US Army last week


Lodha Panel gives ‘Go Ahead’ after BCCI delays team selection

New Delhi: The BCCI continued to show defiance despite a clear verdict from the Supreme Court and needed a written directive from the Lodha Panel to go ahead with its selection committee meeting, which was delayed by three hours on technical grounds. The confusion started when former joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary asked CEO Rahul Johri


Gen. Dalbir Singh retires after 43 years in service

New Delhi: The Indian Army chief, General Dalbir Singh, retired on Saturday after 43 years in service and will shortly hand over charge to his successor, General Bipin Rawat. “After 43 years of service to the nation I superannuate today. I salute the martyrs who made supreme sacrifices,” Dalbir Singh said after inspecting a Guard

After Cong and BJP, now BSP faces revolt

Chandigarh:This time the ticket distribution for MC elections has shown the rebel effect as after BJP and Congress, now rebels have raised their heads in Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) as well. On Sunday, some of the BSP supporters gheroed the house of BSP leader at Sector 35 and raised slogans against Jannat Jahan-ul-Haque. The supporters

Both houses of parliament adjourned after demonetisation protests

New Delhi: Both houses of Parliament were adjourned till noon on Friday minutes after members assembled amid loud protests over the government’s demonetisation move. Opposition members created ruckus in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to protest the spiking of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes that has led to currency crunch in the country.

Lok Sabha adjourned after opposition protests demonetisation

New Delhi: The Lok Sabha was adjourned within minutes of convening on Friday as opposition members protested loudly and demanded a debate on the government’s demonitisation move under rules than entail voting. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge said the poor were suffering due to the spiking of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth

Swaraj offers help Twitter, baby born among heart disease

Sushma Swaraj undergoes dialysis after kidney failure

New Delhi: Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday underwent dialysis after a kidney failure. “I am in AIIMS because of kidney failure. Presently, I am on dialysis,” the ailing minister tweeted. The Bharatiya Janata Party leader said she was also undergoing tests for a kidney transplant. “Lord Krishna will bless,” she added.

‘Saansein’ release date pushed after demonetisation move

Mumbai: The makers of the upcoming romantic horror film “Saansein” have pushed the release date of the film after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrapped Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes. “Saansein” was slated to release on Friday. Its new release date is still not finalised. “After an internal meeting with the team and

Mariah Carey depressed after split

Los Angeles: Singer Mariah Carey is feeling depressed following her split from Australian billionaire James Packer. The 46-year-old was left devastated when her engagement to the Australian billionaire was called off last month and after presuming they’d get back together, she has now accepted that it’s over, reports people.com. “First the split didn’t seem to

Quentin Tarantino wants to retire after 10th film

Los Angeles: Ace filmmaker Quentin Tarantino says he is planning to retire after his tenth feature film. Tarantino, who has directed and written eight films, said he feels content with his career. He also described the trust he has with his own artistic process, stating that he finds pleasure in creating projects from scratch and

8-month-old Indian-origin boy killed after being struck by van

New York: In an extremely tragic incident, aneight-month-old Indian-origin boy was killed when the stroller he was in was hit by a car as it backed out of a driveway in Queens here. Navraj Raju was being pushed in the stroller by his 35-year-old mom, who hailed from India, when he was hit by a

Seema Pahwa, Pankaj Tripathi phenomenal: Kriti

SRK is someone you start loving after knowing: Kriti Sanon

Mumbai: Kriti Sanon has praised her “Dilwale” co-star Shah Rukh Khan and says the superstar is someone you would start loving after knowing him. “Shah Rukh sir is someone you start loving after knowing. People usually say if you’re a fan of someone you shouldn’t meet them in real life but with Shah Rukh Sir

Rajnath warns Pakistan, mend ways

Rajnath speaks to Odisha CM after forces killed 24 Maoists

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today took stock of the situation along the Odisha-Andhra Pradesh border where 24 Maoists were gunned down by security forces in a fierce gun-battle. Singh, who is in Bahrain, called up Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, who apprised him about the incident and the prevailing situation in the state.

Real go top in Spain after Sevilla beat Atletico

Madrid: Real Madrid took the top spot in the Spanish Primera Liga with a slightly fortunate 2-1 win at home over an injury-hit Athletic Club Bilbao. Madrid took the lead in the seventh minute on Sunday against the Basque side, who were without five first team regulars, after Karim Benzema stroked home a pass from

Physical activity does not improve after hip surgery: Study

London, Oct 24 (IANS) Patients who underwent hip replacement surgery have showen little improvement in their physical activity levels like walking, cycling or climbing stairs, a study has found. Hip replacement surgery is a procedure in which a doctor surgically removes a painful hip joint with arthritis and replaces it with an artificial joint often

After dengue and chikungunya, now bird flu can hit the region

Panchkula: After dengue and chikungunya, now bird flu can streamline the region as per the authorities. Following this, Haryana Animal Husbandry director has declared all the nearby places in the region to observe high alert and have also started the process to tackle the problem before it hits the city, with facilities and preventive steps with

Odisha hospital owner surrenders 56 hours after hospital fire

Bhubaneswar:Odisha police on Thursday arrested SUM Hospital’s owner Manoj Nayak in connection to the fire tragedy earlier this week that killed 21 persons. Nayak surrendered before the Khandagiri police early Thursday morning and was later arrested, said Director General of Police (DGP) K.B. Singh. “He surrendered at about 3.30 a.m. He is being interrogated,” said

Indian army trooper dead after sniper shot across the Border

Jammu: An Indian army trooper had died on Line of Control after receiving a sniper shot from across the border in Balakote Tarkundi forward in Mendhar in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. According to the information, An Indian army trooper manning a forward post in Tarkundi received sniper shot at about 5 PM and died

‘Jallianwala Bagh centenary, ‘good time’ among British regime apologise’

After 98 years Jallianwala Bagh Martyrs identified

Chandigarh: The historical moment of 13th April 1919 in Jallianwala Bagh where Reginald Edward Harry Dyer killed hundreds of unidentified Freedom Fighters with his successful plotting as a General. After 98 years of the incident, the Punjab government has given the identification to Jallainwala Bagh martyrs by mentioning their names on the statue installed at