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This Punjabi Actress Already Has Her Hands Full For The Coming Year

This Punjabi actress already has her hands full for the coming year

This Punjabi Actress Already Has Her Hands Full For The Coming Year. With Angrej, Aditi Sharma and Sargun Mehta made their debut in Punjabi Cinema. While Sargun got busy with more Punjabi films, Aditi was not seen much. Sargun, who was on break due to her brother’s marriage celebrations and her holiday travelling is yet

Don’t tolerate cow vigilantism, punish those who take law in their hands

Bathinda: Chairman of Punjab Gau Sewa commission, Kimti Lal Bhagat in a programme said that cow protection groups shouldn’t take law in their hands and should inform the management for any action in case they have any information about cows in danger . Bhagat claimed that the cattle pounds are being setup with an expenditure

Australia hands 10-year jail to teenager for terror attack plan

Melbourne: The Supreme Court of Victoria on Monday handed down a 10-year sentence to a teenager for planning a terror attack on the police in April 2015 during celebrations in honour of Australian soldiers killed in the First World War. Sevdet Ramdam Besin, 19, resident of Melbourne, in June pleaded guilty to planning the terror

Kingra playing in the hands of opposition parties to fail ‘Mission Punjab’- Bhagwant Mann

Chandigarh: Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday dismissed the allegations made by Hardip Singh Kingra saying that he is leveling bogus allegations against the party on the direction of opposition parties. The agenda of Kingra is to defame the party for personal reasons. In a press statement, Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann said that Kingra joined Aam

Centre bows, hands over UT Admin charge to V P Singh Badnore

A day after much hue and cry was raised over the appointment of KJ Alphons Kannanthanam as UT Administrator, Centre bow against the pressure of Punjab government and issued notification for appointment of V P Singh Badnore as new administrator for Chandigarh. Bhadnore is poised to administer oath on August 22 as Governor of Punjab

We have fast hands but not fast feet: Hawgood

Rio de Janeiro:  “Bitterly disappointed” withthe Indian women’s hockey team’s tame ouster from the Olympics medal contention, coach Neil Hawgood said the side lacks players who are quick on their feet. Indian Eves were hammered 0-5 by Argentina -their third defeat in a row. The Indians logged just one point by virtue of their draw

US-India join hands in exploring petroleum and energy sector

Cleveland (US): The United States and Indiahave agreed to take several key steps in petroleum and energy sector, aimed towards achieving the ambitious goal of energy independence. The key prospects include development of petroleum storage, which is considered crucial for national security and strategic needs, increase technical co-operation in new technologies in development of bio

China,India can join hands to tackle urban pollution

Shanghai: China is ready to share advancedtechnology, experiences, as well as ‘green’ practices with India to counter the effects of environmental degradation, such as air pollution, caused by the economic development of cities, a top Shanghai foreign affairs official has said. “It is a fact that environmental pollution is a challenge for cities around the

Richa Chadha joins hands with fundraising site to help trafficked girls

Mumbai: Actress Richa Chadha has joined hands with actor Kunal Kapoor’s online fundraising website Ketto to raise funds to provide shelter for rescued trafficked girls. Richa has come forth to be the voice of the campaign and help raise money for a shelter home here named Purnata, where upto 15 such girls are given various

How Hitler’s gift to Patiala Maharaja changed hands!

New Delhi: Do you know a rare Maybach car gifted to Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala by Adolf Hitler in the mid 1930s changed hands without any transaction of money and later made its way to a vintage collector’s hands? Or the Patiala House here was witness to a historic meeting that decided to hold


PM shakes hands with Oppn leaders in RS; new MPs take oath

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today freely mingled with leaders of various opposition parties as he attended the Rajya Sabha proceedings. Modi arrived few minutes before the Upper House proceedings began and went around greeting opposition leaders seated in the front rows. He greeted Congress leaders A K Antony, Anand Sharma and Pramod Tiwari,