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Delhi Deputy CM confers awards to Urdu scholars

NEW DELHI:  Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday conferred the annual awards to Urdu scholars for their contribution to Urdu literature.

Exploring Chandigarh in a day !

When I was on my way to Manali from Delhi for the first time, I had to pass through Chandigarh. The city was also a place I never been, so I decided to stay over for a day and explore it. I had always heard of how well-planned this joint capital city is, but I would have never imagined that it would be the way tabloids describe them. I had booked a direct cab from Delhi airport to Chandigarh and decided to keep the car on me for the entire day. It was during the late winters and the weather was perfect to roam around a beautiful city like this.

I'm against terrorism, Pak Army: Adnan Sami

MUMBAI: After calling them "helpless, misguided and frustrated", singer Adnan Sami says he is against the Pakistani Army which has provoked wars, destroyed democracy and the mindset of the people of Pakistan.

Kirti starts shooting for The Girl On The Train in London

MUMBAI: Kirti Kulhari has started shooting for the Bollywood remake of "The Girl On The Train" in London, and she has shared a picture from the set where she is seen with the film's heroine Parineeti Chopra.

VR Punjab's 'mad mad sale' gives unmatched joy to lucky winner

MOHALI: “Shop at VR Punjab and win a brand new Skoda Rapid Car as Bumper Prize!” What an amazing response this super exciting reward drew from the region!

73rd India Independence Day celebrated in Indianapoli

INDIANAPOLIS: A large number of Indian Americans assembled at the Monument Circle, Downtown, Indianapolis to take part in the
celebrations organized by India Association of Indianapolis on Sunday.

Pakistanis frustrated with life: Adnan Sami

MUMBAI:  Trolled regularly, and more so after the abrogation of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, singer Adnan Sami has come down heavily on his erstwhile compatriot Pakistanis saying they are "frustrated with their own lives" and have been taking it out on him since they realise that he has moved on.

The trailer of the upcoming movie ‘Saak’ released

CHANDIGARH: Minhas films, Minhas lawyers and White Hill studios recently released the trailer of their forthcoming film ‘Saak’. The film will hit the theatres on 6th September 2019.

Panama City celebrates 500th anniversary

PANAMA CITY: Panama City, the first Spanish settlement on the Pacific coast of North America, celebrated its 500th anniversary with an enormous cake for 4,500 people reminiscent of the ruins of the city that Spaniard Pedro Arias Davila founded in 1519.

Festival of Tiyaan Celebrated at Khalsa College for Women

AMRITSAR: The dance and festivity marked the `Savan Celebrations’ (Tiyaan) at Khalsa College for Women (KCW) here today. The students, carrying the tri-colour, the national flag in hands resorted to the traditional dance as the celebrations of Tiyaan and Independence day intermingled.

Gagan Kokri responsible for viral video of model’s wardrobe malfunction: Renu Mathur

CHANDIGARH: Renu Mathur, a social activist known for women empowerment movements and Pad-woman of India expressed her concern for Punjabi music and entertainment Industry, particularly on wardrobe malfunctioning of a model during a song shoot of Gagan Kokri.

Key to being successful is humility, passion: Raftaar

NEW DELHI: Raftaar, one of the most successful rappers in India, says key to being successful is humility, brotherhood and passion.

B-Town celebs mourn death of Sushma Swaraj

MUMBAI:  "A graceful and honest leader, a sensitive and a selfless soul" that is how a string of Bollywood celebrities from Amitabh Bachchan to Lata Mangeshkar, Anil Kapoor and Akshay Kumar remembered former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj at the news of her sudden demise.

Drug users regret posting on social media while high

NEW YORK:  Posting on social media, texting or calling while high on drugs is prevalent among young people, and many say that they regret this behaviour later, researchers said.

Jackky Bhagnani launches music label

MUMBAI: Actor-producer Jackky Bhagnani launched his music label Jjust Music on Monday evening in Mumbai.

Jovial Festival “Teej” celebrated at Aryans Group

MOHALI: The 'jovial' festival of 'Teej was today celebrated with fervour and gaiety at Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh. Staff and students participated in various colourful activities on the occasion.

Haryana govt observes Guru Nanak Dev's 550th Parkash Utsav

SIRSA: A lot of enthusiasm was witnessed among the people of the state  during the state-level function organized on the 550th Prakash Utsav of  Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji at Sirsa, Haryana, today. A large number of devotees come from all across the state to pay obeisance to Guru Nanak Dev Ji and become a part of this grand ceremony.

For Jeff Bezos, Amazon is 'India ki apni dukaan'

NEW DELHI: Amazon.in arrived in India on June 5, 2013 and for world's top billionaire Jeff Bezos, has transformed the way the country buys and sells.

Singapore-based Indian origin YouTubers apologise for video

SINGAPORE: Two Singapore-based Indian origin YouTubers on Friday said they were "sorry for any hurt" caused by a controversial video they created to criticise a "racial" advertisement of NETS E-Pay, a local electronic payment service provider.

Sargun Mehta and Gurnam Bhullar starrer Punjabi film Surkhi Bindi to release on August 30

CHANDIGARH: Zee Studios, in association with Shri Narotam Ji Films, today announced their upcoming Punjabi film, Surkhi Bindi, a quirky romance, slated to release on August 30, 2019. 

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