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I love when people 'stalk' me: Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra says she doesn’t mind being stalked on social media

Priyanka Chopra says she doesn’t mind being stalked on social media. Actress Priyanka Chopra says she doesn’t mind being stalked on social media. Priyanka will be seen as a guest judge on the upcoming talent-based show “India’s Next Superstars”, which will feature filmmakers Rohit Shetty and Karan Johar.One contestant told Priyanka that she was her

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Rohit Shetty says comedy films will never be appreciated

Rohit Shetty says comedy films will never be appreciated: Critics may not have been kind to “Golmaal Again” but director Rohit Shetty is happy that the movie, his costliest so far, is doing well at the box office. The film, which reportedly released in 3,500 screens, opened at over Rs 30 crore. The 44-year-old filmmaker

Career-minded girls can be good wives, mothers

Survey says Career-minded girls can be good wives, mothers

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- Survey says Career-minded girls can be good wives, mothers. If you are a boy and searching for a perfect life partner, we might have some important news for you. A study says, career-minded girls have proved themselves to be goo wives

Didn’t intend to bully, says Sehwag on Gurmehar

New Delhi: Accused of bullying Gurmehar Kaur, whose campaign against the ABVP went viral, ex-cricketer Virender Sehwag on Tuesday batted for the Delhi University students freedom of expression. Sehwag, whose earlier tweet drew widespread criticism including from Kaur’s college teachers, clarified that bullying wasn’t his intention. “My tweet was an attempt to be facetious rather

Wenger may quit, says Gunners great Wright

London: Arsenal legend Ian Wright believes Arsene Wenger will quit the Premier League club at the end of the season. Wenger is out of contract in the summer and the Gunners boss has yet to agree a new deal amid growing anger among Arsenal fans at the team’s failure to mount a strong title challenge.

J J Singh’s behaviour shameful, says Captain Amarinder Singh

Patiala: `Shameful and disgusting’ was how Punjab Congress Chief, Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday reacted to reports of his opponent from Patiala Urban assembly Seat, General (retd.) J J Singh’s threat not to do any work, if elected, for those who did not support him in the just concluded assembly polls. Captain Amarinder has termed

Violent incidents a conspiracy between AAP, radicals: Sukhbir

  Jalalabad: SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday alleged that the recent incidents aimed at inciting violence here and at Lambi were part of a conspiracy hatched by AAP in alliance with radical organisations. The recent disturbances in Punjab have occurred shortly after AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal (Delhi Chief Minister) held meetings with radical


Feel bad when films don’t work, says Shraddha Kapoor

  New Delhi: Actress Shraddha Kapoor says she gets affected when her film doesn’t do as well as expected. Shraddha’s last film “Rock On 2” couldn’t get the expected footfalls as it released soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the move to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes to curb black money in

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Kejri’s shoddy plans exposed, says Capt Amarinder Singh

‘AAP national convener had proven what Congress had been maintaining’   New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal has finally exposed his obsessive and abominable lust for Punjab’s chief ministerial position, Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh said on Tuesday. Reacting sharply to AAP leader Manish Sisodia’s exhortation at a rally asking people to vote for AAP with

Wheat MSP too low, says BKU president Lakhowal

Amritsar: Bhartiya Kissan Union (BKU) President Ajmer Singh Lakhowal on Tuesday lashed out at Union government for meager hike in Minimum Support Price (MSP) for the wheat crop. He said that the increase was too low and not in coherence with the rising input costs for growing the crops and strongly appealed NDA government in

Demonetisation is in national interest: Govt

New Delhi: Facing Opposition onslaught, government on Wednesday put up a strong defence in Rajya Sabha on demonetisation, saying the step was taken in national interest to end corruption and black money, which it is said is also used for terror activities in the country. Power Minister Piyush Goyal, who spoke on behalf of the

Government is exploring all options on SYL, says Sukhbir

Jalandhar: Emphasising that Punjab will not allow even a single drop to flow into Haryana, Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Friday said that Punjab government is exploring all legal options in this case. The Deputy Chief Minister also said that any decision in this regard will be taken during Punjab assembly session convened

NDTV India ban is shocking and unprecedented, says Rahul Gandhi.

New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi  said that NDTV India ban is shocking and unprecedented . “NDTV India ordered off the air, opposition leaders detained for wanting to show solidarity with family of dead solider. The Centre has ordered taking ‘NDTV India’ off air for one day on November 9 for airing “sensitive” information during

Dwayne Bravo has spunk to be in Bollywood, says Neha Sharma

  Mumbai: Actress Neha Sharma, who will be seen sharing screen space with Dwayne Bravo for a song in the forthcoming film “Tum Bin 2”, says the West Indies cricketer and singer has the spunk to get into Bollwyood. Asked if she feels Bravo has that spunk to get him a Bollywood film, Neha told

Central government intent on ‘goondagirdi’, says Kejriwal

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday accused the central government of indulging in “goondagirdi” after police detained his deputy for trying to meet the family of a retired soldier who committed suicide. “The central government is intent on goondagirdi,” a visibly angry Kejriwal told journalists after reaching Lady Hardinge Hospital where 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

Less dengue cases reported this year, says Health Department

Ludhiana: The city hospitals are flooded with the patients of dengue and chikunguniya, but Municipal Corporation Ludhiana and Health Department claim that these diseases are less fatal this year. As meeting of members of the Executive City Urban Health Society took place on Friday under the chairmanship of the Municipal Corporation, Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori. In

Pakistan says Indian firing killed six civilians

Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday claimed that “unprovoked” firing incidents from across the border by Indian forces a day ago killed six civilians including two women. The Foreign Office said it summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh on Friday to protest the Thurday ceasefire violations by the Indian forces on the International Border and the

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Sidhu committed political suicide by leaving BJP, says Vijay Sampla

  New Delhi: Amid speculation over Navjot Singh Sidhu joining Congress, Punjab BJP chief Vijay Sampla on Tuesday said the cricketer-turned-politician has committed “political suicide by leaving the party.” “Sidhu has committed political suicide by leaving BJP and nothing is left in him,” Sampla said and asked if he cannot “adjust in a democratic party”

Chris Hemsworth says marriage not in trouble

Los Angeles: Actor Chris Hemsworth has shot down reports that his marriage to model Elsa Pataky is in trouble. Hemsworth took to Instagram on Sunday to share an image with his wife, addressing Australian magazine Woman’s Day’s claims that the couple was “taking a break from each other,” reports aceshowbiz.com. “Looking for a new wife