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Punjab CM denies he supported ban on PadmavatI, I am opposed to threats

CHANDIGARH:  Rejecting suggestions of supporting a ban on the movie 'Padmavati', Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has decried attempts by some vested interests to misinterpret his statement on the issue.

Amid controversy 48th IFFI gets underway on Monday

PANAJI: Even as the controversy surrounding the dropping of two films "Nude" and "S. Durga" from the screening schedule of the 48th IFFI continues, India's largest film event gets underway on Monday, with over 195 films from 82 countries scheduled for screening over 10 days.

Scientists from across World gathered at LPU to contemplate how to reuse

JALANDHAR: The School of Bioengineering and Biosciences at Lovely Professional University is organizing 2-day Global Conference ‘ISSWM (Innovative Strategies for Sustainable Water Management)-2017’ in collaboration with the department of Bio-resources Engineering, McGill University, Canada, at LPU Campus.

Kanwar Sandhu's defence of UK national arrested for targeted killings prompted by personal gains: Rana Gurjit

CHANDIGARH: Lambasting AAP leader Kanwar Sandhu for casting doubts over the arrest of a UK national in the targeted killing cases, Punjab Power and Irrigation Minister Rana Gurjit has accused him of strong personal and financial motivation for coming to the defence of an accused charged with militant and disruptive activities.

Satisfied with the films I'm doing: Katrina Kaif

NEW DELHI: She has been a part of some of Bollywood's biggest hits like "Namastey London", "Dhoom 3" and "Ek Tha Tiger", but her last few films, including "Baar Baar Dekho" and "Jagga Jasoos", didn't get an impressive response at the box office. But actress Katrina Kaif says she is "extremely happy and satisfied with the kind of films" she is doing.

Seminar on fight against cancer at RBU

MOHALI: The Rayat Bahra University School of Sciences organized a seminar on `Fight against Cancer’. The seminar focused on adopting a positive and proactive approach towards fight against cancer by following simple tips, healthy diet habits and regular exercise.

'Autocrat' Modi destroyed India's booming economy: Rahul Gandhi

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a "democratically elected autocrat" as he attacked demonetisation and GST on the first anniversary of the note ban.

NCR yellow smog blanket: Worst air quality, poorer than a day after Diwali

The National Capital Region on Tuesday saw its worst 'air quality' and 'smog situation' of the year -- which was even worse than a day after Diwali, as a yellow blanket of smog hung heavily in the sky. The pollution level rose to dangerous levels, with 18 out of 21 active pollution monitoring stations recording 'severe' air quality.

Bonn hosts 20,000 climate summit delegates: Indian-origin Mayor

This German city is hosting over 20,000 delegates and environmental activists of nearly 200 nations for the annual UN Climate Change Conference, Indian-origin Mayor Ashok Sridharan said.

Indian short film wins award in Montreal

Indian short film "The School Bag", which tells a story based in Pakistan, has won the Best Short Film Award at the South Asian Film Festival of Montreal (SAFFM), says director Dheeraj Jindal.

Editorial freedom should be used in public interest: Modi

Prime Minster Narendra Modi on Monday said that editorial freedom should be used in public interest and urged the newspapers to devote space to increase awareness about climate change.

Tough to remain 'headstrong' in filmdom: Kangana Ranaut

NEW DELHI: Actress Kangana Ranaut, known to speak her mind despite the reactions her words elicit, says it is difficult to remain "headstrong" in Bollywood as there are always people who try to make one "feel insignificant". But she continues to fight it.

National technofest kicks off at Rayat Bahra

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan rues how patriarchal mindsets still dominate most part of India, where the society has not allowed women to freely use the fundamental right of legal recourse in cases of harassment.

Society doesn't like women who confront tormentors: Big B

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan rues how patriarchal mindsets still dominate most part of India, where the society has not allowed women to freely use the fundamental right of legal recourse in cases of harassment.

Judge blocks enforcement of Trump's transgender military ban

A US federal judge has partially blocked enforcement of key provisions of President Donald Trump's memorandum banning transgender people from serving in the military, the media reported.

Punjab CM meets Japanese envoy

NEW DELHI:  Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday met Japanese Ambassador Kenji Hiramatsu to seek cooperation in several areas, including Renewable Energy, Solarisation of Agricultural Pumps, setting up of Industrial Parks and Skill Development.

Rahul's dog 'declares' it tweets for him

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took on his detractors who have been wondering as to whether his tweets are his own, through a video of his pet dog.

Liquor mafia in Punjab charging rates much higher than MRP, Govt turns blind eye

LUDHIANA: The liquor mafia in Punjab is looting the public with impunity and charging much higher raters than the MRP listed on the liquor bottles. it means the revenue is flowing into the kitty of liquor contractors while state government is facing fund crunch.

Would take legal recourse against miscreants operating fake accounts in my name on social media : Navjot Sidhu

The Local Government, Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister, Punjab, Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu has come out strongly against the miscreants operating fake accounts in his name on various social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and other platforms.

High Vitamin D levels in childhood may cut diabetes risk

Children who receive higher levels of Vitamin D during infancy and childhood may be significantly at a lower risk of developing islet autoimmunity as well as Type 1 diabetes, according to a study.