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No point in calling assembly session when previous law not approved: Sunil Jakhar

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress vice president and chief spokesperson Sunil Jakhar on Monday questioned the purpose of calling special session of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha when the earlier law passed unanimously in March last is yet to get the Governor’s approval. Asserting that the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was trying to befool the people of

Trump leads Clinton by one point: Poll

Washington: A week before the US presidential elections, Republican nominee Donald Trump has taken a slender lead of one percentage point against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for the first time since May in a major national tracking poll. Trump has overtaken Clinton in the ABC News/ Washington Post tracking poll, according to which the

Trump now just one point behind Clinton, says latest poll

Washington: US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has pulled within a point of Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton, polling at 45 per cent among likely US voters to Clinton’s 46 per cent, the latest Washington Post-ABC News Tracking Poll says. The results are based on a random sample of 1,781 adults surveyed by telephone on October

No point in aping Hollywood horror films: Vikram Bhatt

Mumbai: Director Vikram Bhatt feels Bollywood filmmakers would benefit more if they focus on making original content rather than copying Hollywood movies. The filmmaker admitted he failed with his 2014 directorial outing “Creature” because he tried imitating the stuff made in the West and hence, believes if an Indian director goes on aping a Hollywood

Rio organisers trumpet efficiency at halfway point of Olympics

Rio de Janeiro:  The Rio Olympic Games has reached halfway point and organisers said the general operations are stable, highlighting their ability to react to and solve problems. “First days, we have problems in security check. The entrance has lots of people waiting. Then comes the food and beverage, transportation. But we fixed them all,”