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No 'Ra.One' and 'Don' sequel as of now for Shah Rukh Khan

No ‘Ra.One’ and ‘Don’ sequel as of now for Shah Rukh Khan

Mumbai:  Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s line up for future films will see him as a bootlegger, guide and a dwarf, but the actor says there is still time for him to be a superhero or a gangster as the scripts of “Ra.One” and “Don” are not ready. First part of “Don” released in 2006 followed

No more cake- walk for Kairon in Patti

PATTI (TARN TARAN): Tarn Taran is divided into four assembly constituency’s i.e. Khadoor Sahib, Khem karan, Patti and Tarn Taran. Out of these, Patti has its own significance as son-in-law of Punjab chief minister, Adesh Partap Singh Kairon is a sitting MLA from here and is seeking re-elections. This seat also assumes significance for another

No cash available in banks

Ludhiana: Most of the banks were seen vacant here on Tuesday as there was no cash available at most of the banks. However, people are coming for depositing cash at banks. With this affect, people are suffering from several problems as immediate discontinuation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 currency by Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Holy city’s air no more holy

Amritsar: If data pertaining to pollution is to be believed than level of pollutants in the air can easily be seen competing with New Delhi.The data of Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations (CAAQMS) has put forth drastic revelations. According to it the average of an air pollutant PM10 (particulate matter) concentration recorded through its

Congress undecidedcity assembly segments, manipulations Delhi

No stubble burning issue in AAP manifesto: Cong

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress on Monday hit out at the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over absence of the issue of stubble burning, one of the main causes of unprecedented smog cover over the national capital, in its poll manifesto in the state, saying it exposes the party’s “vested” interests in promoting “petty politics”. Clearly with an

No postponement of Kashmir board exams, but syllabus halved

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Thursday said its Class 10 and 12 examinations would not be postponed beyond this month but announced 50 per cent reduction in prescribed syllabi for setting question papers. Ruling out any postponement, BOSE Chairman Zahoor Ahmad Chatt told reporters here that the board had

Formally detained by the police, No idea where they are taking me : Kejriwal

New Delhi: After being detained by the police Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal tweeted describing that he was formally detained but he has no idea that where he is been taken  in Delhi on

You have no shame, Rahul asks cops

New Delhi: “You have no shame?” Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday asked a police officer for detaining the family of a retired soldier who committed suicide here. Seated on a chair at the Mandir Marg police station, Gandhi threw the question at a visibly uncomfortable police officer who was trying to explain the

Blast in Kerala government office, no casualties

Malappuram (Kerala): A blast rocked the Collectorate premises here on Tuesday afternoon but no casualties or damage were reported, police said. The bomb, kept in a pressure cooker, was placed beside the vehicle of a state government official who came for a routine meeting at the District Collector’s office, said police Malappuram Superintendent of Police

No viable roadmap on Kashmir without Kashmiri Pandits:Jitendra

Jammu: Asserting that Kashmiri Pandits are akey stakeholder in Kashmir issue, Union Minister Jitendra Singh has said no viable road-map is possible without involvement of the community. “Kashmri Pandits resolved the problems of India in the past and if there is any Kashmir problem, it will be resolved by Kashmiri Pandits only,” Singh said as

No exchange of sweets at India-Pakistan border on Diwali

Attari (Punjab): The Border Security Force (BSF) on Sunday refused to exchange sweets and greetings with Pakistani Rangers along the international boundary on the occasion of Diwali. The BSF move in the wake of the recent heightened tension between the two countries. India has accused Pakistan of supporting terrorists from its soil who carried out

IED blast in Manipur, no casualty

Imphal: Unidentified attackers today setoff a medium-intensity Improvised Explosive Device (IED) at Gandhi Avenue, the main commercial hub of Imphal, police said. Though it damaged glass panes of some buildings, there was no casualty, the police said. The blast occurred at aroud 7.30 AM in a narrow lane at Gandhi Avenue beside an automobile spare

No Diwali celebration for 1,200 policemen and 120 fire-fighters

                                      Personnel to be on toes to tackle any untoward incident in city Chandigarh: While the ‘City Beautiful’ Chandigarh will be enjoying the festival of lights and crackers on Sunday with their dear ones, the cops of

‘No question of leaving SAD’

Jalandhar: A day after reports of his going back to BSP surfaced, sitting MLA from Phillaur (reserve) constituency Avinash Chander on Wednesday said that these were ‘rumours’, as he was an ‘Akali’ only. The two-time SAD legislator said that election season was going on and such rumours are bound to spread. “I don’t know who

Freedom fighter Chandrakant Kenkre no more

Panaji: Freedom fighter Chandrakant Kenkrehas passed away in Shirodi in Goa, family sources said today. 87-year-old Kenkre was admitted to a private hospital since last few days, where he died while undergoing treatment last night, they said. He is survived by his wife, three sons and two daughters. Kenkre was known for fighting for rights

Mahira condemns act of terror ‘no matter which soil it is on’

“As a Pakistani and citizen of the world, I strongly condemn any act of terror, any loss of human life no matter which soil it is on! I will not rejoice in bloodshed and war. I will always hope for and dream of a world where my child can live without it, and always plead

No mediation required between India, Pakistan, says Kohli

Vadodara: There is no need for third party intervention to resolve issues between India and Pakistan, BJP’s national spokesperson Nalin Kohli said. “Pakistan knows that it cannot deal with India on its own strength and that is why it is pleading to world powers. India cannot allow this to happen. India is firm on its


‘No one will be allowed to disturb peace’

Policing in Punjab is not an easy task. It is fraught with challenges. Many times, the state witnesses serious incidents which force the people to think if the law and order situation is under control or not. DailyPost Editor RAJDEEP SINGH spoke to Punjab Police DGP Suresh Arora, who shared his vision for ensuring total

No apprehensions doing bold scenes: Radhika Apte

Mumbai:Actress Radhika Apte, who has gone bold for Leena Yadav’s “Parched”, says she had no apprehensions about going bold and is not ashamed of her body.”I had no apprehensions about going bold. I have been brought up watching world cinema and I have travelled a lot so I am very comfortable with my body. I

Amitabh roots Narmada river's cleanliness campaign

Regret not fulfilling promises I made as a politician:Bachchan

New Delhi: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan may have had a short tryst with politics but the actor says he is still not able to get over the times as he “regrets not fulfilling the promises” he made to the people of his constituency- Allahabad. The 73-year-old National award-winning actor took a break from acting in 1984