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Will start shooting of film under my production house by this year: Katrina Kaif

MUMBAI:  Actress Katrina Kaif who is gearing up for the release of her forthcoming film 'Bharat', hopes that she will start shooting of the film under her production house by this year.

Restrictions imposed in Srinagar over separatist march

SRINAGAR:  Authorities have imposed restrictions in Srinagar on Tuesday to prevent a separatist-called commemoration march.

​Yogi is now BJP's star campaigner, second only to Modi

LUCKNOW:  Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has now been established as BJP's biggest star campaigner, second only to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Salman took over two hours to look old in 'Bharat'

Superstar Salman Khan's transformation to looking old in the forthcoming film "Bharat" took almost two-and-a-half hours.

Indian men's hockey team register comfortable 3-0 win against Australia A

PERTH: The Indian Men's Hockey Team registered a comfortable 3-0 win against Australia 'A' in their on-going Australia Tour here on Friday. Goals were scored by young striker Sumit Kumar Junior (12', 13') and drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh (6'), who is making a comeback after nearly eight-months of layoff due to injury. 

FIH Series Finals focus switches to Bhubaneswar as Road to Tokyo continues

BHUBANESWAR: With the dust only just beginning to settle on the FIH Series Finals opener in Malaysia, we now find ourselves about one month away from the start of the second of six competitions with great significance in terms of qualification for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, reports FIH.

Aveva bets big on smart cities, airports in India

Aveva, a global leader in engineering and industrial software, is betting big on smart cities and smart airports as it looks to double its growth in India, which is also home to its largest research and development facility in the world.

Punjabi Culture showcased in Chicago at" Rangla Punjab 2019"

One of the most awaited cultural programs of the year, "Rangla Punjab 2019" organized by the Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago (PCS), was recently celebrated with great success. The local community, primarily those born and raised here, came together to celebrate the Punjabi festival of Vaisakhi. The event electrified the audience for nearly five hours at College Of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, a suburb of Chicago. More than 1,000 people were in attendance at this sold out event, with about 300 participants, more than 25 acts, 10 merchandise vendors in the lobby, and about 50 PCS organizers and volunteers at the show.

Necessary to move on from past laurels: Manoj Bajpayee

Actor Manoj Bajpayee is the recipient of two National Film Awards and India's fourth highest civilian award, Padma Shri, but he stills considers himself a common man from Bihar who has to keep working hard to survive in a dream city like Mumbai. The actor, who turned 50 on Tuesday, feels that he still has a long way to go.

4,956 accidents, 718 deaths on Yamuna Expressway in 5 years

AGRA: A total of 4,956 accidents, 718 deaths and 7,671 serious injuries were recorded on the Yamuna Expressway between August 2012 to March 31, 2018, revealed an RTI reply.

If I can get share of both pies, why not: Akshay

 Actor Akshay Kumar is on a roll, and when is he ever not? After signing up for a web series, the superstar is now getting ready for his next release "Kesari". He says he is happy getting a share of both the pies

CA 2019 exams postponed

Due to the coming Lok Sabha elections, the Institute of Chartered Accountancy of India (ICAI) has postponed and rescheduled the crucial Chartered Accountants (CA) exams for 2019, an official notification said.


CBI books its two officials in graft case

 NEW DELHI: The CBI has registered case against two of its officials, a district administration employee of Uttar Pradesh government and some unidentified state police personnel for their alleged involvement in "illegal and corrupt practice" for settling Yamuna Express Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) land scam case.

Thousands march across US to protest against Trump

WASHINGTON: Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in Washington D.C. and in nearly 300 other US cities in the third annual Women's March to protest against the policies of President Donald Trump and to stand up for women's rights.

India-Africa ties to redefine international order on egalitarian lines: Sushma Swaraj

GANDHINAGAR:  Highlighting the Narendra Modi government's focus on Africa as a top priority in its foreign and economic policy, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday said that strong India-Africa relations would redefine the contours of the international order on more egalitarian lines.

Guterres expresses doubt in enabling India-Pakistan dialogue

UNITED NATIONS:  Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed doubts about his efficacy in enabling talks between India and Pakistan but said he hoped that given their importance they would enter into a meaningful dialogue.

China’s Indian Ocean plans are decidedly anti-India

NEW DELHI: The Beijing state media has reported that China has begun constructing one of its advanced warships for export to Pakistan. One of China’s most advanced guided missile frigates, the ship will be equipped with anti-ship, anti-submarine and air-defence capabilities. The China Daily report goes on to say that the ship will not just strengthen Pakistan Navy’s capabilities but also help in maintaining the “balance of power” in the Indian Ocean region.

​UP to levy cow welfare cess for setting up temporary shelters for stray cattle

LUCKNOW: The UP cabinet on Tuesday approved a proposal to levy cow welfare cess on toll tax and excise, increase ‘mandi’ fee cess by 1% and earmark 0.5% of profits made by PSUs to mobilise funds for setting up temporary shelters for cattle (cow family) in the state.

In Kashmir, stability and peace are distant dreams

SRINAGAR: For Kashmir, 2018 presented some of the direst numbers seen in recent times. Terror-related incidents, at 587, were at the highest since 2012. The deaths of 240 militants and 86 securitymen made it the bloodiest year in six years. Civilian deaths jumped 167% from two years ago. By December 29, forces killed at least 240 militants, including 12 top commanders of various militant groups. Most of the violence was centred in south Kashmir’s four districts – Pulwama, Shopian, Anantnag and Kulgam.

‘Want the war to stop’: 8-year-old’s tragic story makes her symbol of Yemen unrest

SANA: Buthaina Mansur al-Rimi’s life has changed drastically since last year -- orphaned in Sanaa, the little girl controversially ended up in Saudi Arabia for medical care and has just returned to Yemen’s capital.


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