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Baahubali 2 turn up no 3 on US box office

(Baahubali 2) fever is on everywhere since the most awaited magnum opus first released on the silver screen last Friday i.e. April 28, 2017. Fans of the film have been queuing up outside the theatres to get answer to the most iconic question that remained unanswered for the last two years. Bahubali 2: The Conclusion

Four-day break for Parliament

New Delhi: Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha willhave a four-day break from Saturday with both Houses today giving their nod to recommendations made by their respective Business Advisory Committees (BAC) to declare December 12 a holiday. After one working day on Friday, Parliament will now meet on December 14, as December 13 has already been

8 SIMI terrorists break out of Bhopal jail, kill cop

Bhopal: Eight terrorists of banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) broke out of Bhopal Central Jail after killing a guard, state Home Minister said on Monday. Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Bhoopendra Singh told IANS: “Eight SIMI terrorists managed to escape jail on late Sunday night after killing one guard and taking another hostage.” Madhya

After break of 10 days PTI teachers re-start their protest

Ferozepur: The agitation of the Be rozgar PTI teachers once stopped few days ago after the surgical strike of Indian army in the PoK across the LOC have restated, earlier agitation of teachers continued for 45 days in the past. President of the Be rozgar PTI teachers Union, Gurlabh Singh Bhola stated that they had

Kejriwal must break his ‘Vipasna silence’ on filthy goings-on: SAD

Mohali: Shiromani Akali Dal on Friday severely castigated APP convener Arvind Kejriwal over his ‘Vipasna silence’ and asked him to come clean on disclosures of charging hefty sums of money even for simple meetings. In a statement here on Monday party MP and General Secretary Prem Singh Chandumajra said, “Kejriwal must break his ‘Vipasna silence’

Women boxers break down barriers one punch at a time

Rio de Janeiro: Women boxers at the Rio Olympics say that they are still subjected to sexism, sneers and sniggers, but change is happening — gradually. The London 2012 Olympics were a landmark moment for women’s boxing as the sport made its Games debut, with three champions etching their names into the history books. Claressa

Watch Video: Fire breaks out at Amritsar police station

Amritsar: A major fire break out reported at police station in Amritsar, on Thursday. No loss of life was reported in the fire incident. The fire tenders pressed into the services and the flames were controlled with an hour. During the preliminary investigation it has came to fore that short circuit was the reason behind

Watch Video: Fire breaks out at Amritsar police station

Amritsar: A major fire break out reported at police station in Amritsar, on Thursday. No loss of life was reported in the fire incident. The fire tenders pressed into the services and the flames were controlled with an hour. During the preliminary investigation it has came to fore that short circuit was the reason behind

Breaking- Theives break into ATM at Amritsar, loot Rs 19 lakh

Jalandhar: Using gas-cutters, a gang of thieves on Wednesday morning broke into an ATM of HDFC Bank’s branch at Khalchian village in Amritsar and decamped with Rs 19 lakh. The ATM machine was located on the National Highway (NH)-1 Amritsar- Jalandhar. Soon after receiving the information, police team reached at the spot and initiated the

Dozens of bomb sniffing dogs killed in Kuwait

Kuwait City: Two dozen bomb-sniffing dogs were killed by an American-owned security firm in Kuwait after its contract with a local oil company expired. The owners say they killed 24 dogs “humanely” because they were sick. The animals were slaughtered on June 17. There are a further 100 or so dogs at risk of being

Doctors break silence on rot in India’s medical sector

New Delhi: There is a huge nexus among corporate hospitals, pharma companies and doctors who engage in exploitative practices called ‘target system’ and ‘cuts’ with the motive of earning profits, claims a book by doctors, who broke their silence on rampant malpractices. In a chilling narrative, the book ‘Dissenting Diagnosis’ says ‘packages’ offered by multispeciality