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Video: Daily Post Editor’s exclusive interaction with VHP International President

Daily Post Editor’s exclusive interaction with VHP International President. He asked about the future of VHP in India in a one to one interaction. It’s a healthy discussion on the topic.  #WatchVideo: Daily Post Editor's exclusive interaction with VHP International President. He asked about the future of VHP in India in a one to one

Will ensure every Sikh honours the Akal Takht Hukumnama

“I have various plans to take our people, who lost the track for whatever reason, back in Sikhism. I will seek the cooperation of all involved in the system for the success of the mission,” Gobind Singh Longowal, newly elected SGPC president. Gobind Singh Longowal— an ex-MLA from Dhuri and former chairman of Sangrur District

Dangar Doctor starcast at Daily Post

Dangar Doctor starcast at Daily


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

Playing Riya 'Half Girlfriend'challenging, says Shraddha

Playing Riya in ‘Half Girlfriend’ was challenging, says Shraddha

Shraddha Kapoor plays a rich girl Riya Somani in the film   Mumbai:  As Shraddha Kapoor wrapped up the shoot for her upcoming film “Half Girlfriend”, an adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s novel of the same name, the actress says bringing the popular author’s words to life was a quite “challenging” task. The 29-year-old star, who

Crime Wrap: Action against illicit liquor

Crime Wrap: Action against illicit liquor

Crime-wrap Chandigarh: The Chandigarh police taking a strict view on illicit liquor have arrested Lajpat, resident of Ramdarbar near Kabbadi Market, Hallo Majra, and recovered 308 quarters of country liquor from his possession. Following a routine check, the police during a naka checked the vehicle of the accused and found bottles of country liquor. A

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Aditi is fantastic for Indian golf: Arjun Atwal

Kolkata: At 18, Aditi Ashok has taken Indian golf by storm. So it came as little surprise when India’s veteran golfer Arjun Atwal put her in the front row for inspiring the next generation of female golfers. From finishing as high as 41st — India’s best finish — at the Rio Olympics where golf was

‘Alliance will knock out rivals on development plank’

DailyPost Interview A reticent, low profile minister in Badal Cabinet, Janmeja Singh Sekhon holds the charge of PWD (B&R) portfolio and is known to be master of political war-fare. Pushed out from Ferozepur as the constituency was declared reserved for SCs, he is now contesting from Maur in Bhatinda District. Hundred and one per cent sure

Opposition demands apology from PM, Rajya Sabha adjourned

New Delhi: The Rajya Sabha was on Thursday adjourned briefly following an uproar shortly after Prime Minister Narendra Modi entered the house. As soon as the Prime Minister entered, Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad sought an apology from him for having projected the opposition as “supporters of black money”. Azad was supported by Trinamool

Capt junks appeals of Cong workers against Bolaria

Chandigarh: The “arrogance” of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) Chief, Capt Amarinder Singh continues to befuddle the party workers, especially in Amritsar, from where he was elected as Member of Parliament, in the last general elections. There is a hue and cry in the Amritsar (South) constituency eversince Captain inducted a former legislator of the

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Zika virus going to be solution to overpopulation: Jennifer Lawrence

Los Angeles: Actress Jennifer Lawrence fears that “Zika virus is going to be the solution to overpopulation”. The “Hunger Games” star says that Zika virus, which is spread by mosquitoes and is a mild infection, will solve “overpopulation”, reports femalefirst.co.uk. “My biggest irrational, hopefully, fear is that the Zika virus is going to be the

Delhi High Court to hear Kejriwal plea to quash defamation case

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Delhi High Court to decide on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s plea to quash the defamation proceedings against him by Amit Sibal — son of senior advocate and former Union Minister Kapil Sibal. Amit Sibal is also a senior lawyer practising at the apex court. Remanding

India is getting new freedom post demonetisation: BJP

Jammu: Asserting that history is beingcreated with demonetisation, J&K BJP today said that India is on the verge of change of an era as the country is getting new freedom. “We are witnessing history being created and India is on the verge of change of era (Yug Parivartan),” J&K State Bhartiya Janata Party Chief Spokesperson

Congress trying to wriggle out of discussion: Naidu

New Delhi: Union Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday said that by creating a ruckus in Parliament, the Congress was trying to wriggle out of the discussion over demonetisation. The Congress members in the Rajya Sabha, as also other opposition members, demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s presence as soon as it met on

India–US resolve 100 tax dispute cases worth Rs 5,000 cr

New Delhi: India–US resolve 100 tax dispute cases worth Rs 5,000 cr India and the US have resolved more than 100 tax dispute cases involving Rs 5,000 crore under the bilateral Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP). A meeting of the Bilateral Competent Authority MAP or Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) between India and the US was held

WeChat may help users feel better

New York, Nov 15 (IANS) Instant messaging service WeChat may enhance people’s feelings of overall satisfaction with life if they use it for fun and to pursue their interests, says a study. WeChat use, however, will not necessarily bring happiness or unhappiness though that depends on how you use it, said the team of Chinese

How demonetisation has hit small traders hard

New Delhi:  Demonetisation has hit hard the mostly cash-based retail businesses in India, witnessing an estimated sharp plunge of 25 per cent since the government banned 500 and 1,000 rupee currency notes, according to traders. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) – one of the largest trade associations in India, said businesses “in markets

Must develop Scientific Social Responsibility: PM

Modi calls upon global community to act against terror

  New Delhi:  Hitting out at Pakistan for the “origin and spread” of terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said India and Israel have agreed on the need for the global community to act with resolve against terror networks and states that harbour them. Welcoming Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on his first-ever visit to

Punjab land acquired for SYL canal de-notified: Punjab cabinet

Chandigarh: In a move against the Supreme court verdict for SYL canal, the Punjab council of ministers today decided in Public interest that the land acquired for SYL Canal Project which is presently vested in the Punjab government , free from all encumbrances, stands de-notified with immediate effect and shall forthwith vest in the original

SYL row: Punjab Congress to meet President on Thursday

Chandigarh: A delegation of Punjab Congressled by its chief Captain Amarinder Singh will meet President Pranab Mukherjee in New Delhi on Thursday to seek his intervention to resolve the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal issue. The party leadership, which has demanded that the President ignore the Supreme Court ruling on his reference on the SYL canal