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Thugs of Hindostan box office day 4: Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan film takes a nosedive, earns Rs 16 crore

MUMBAI: After smashing several records on the day of its release, Thugs of Hindostan has started on a downhill journey ever since the critics gave the film a thumbs down. The film, which opened with a record breaking collection of Rs 50.75 crore, registered a remarkable fall during the weekend. It collected Rs 16.75 crore on its first Sunday, taking its four-day total to Rs 117.50 crore, as reported by It had collected around Rs 28 crore on Friday and Rs 22.75 crore on Saturday.

Congress-JD-S trounces BJP 4-1 in Karnataka bypolls

BEGALURU: In a Diwali gift ahead of 2019 general elections, the JD-S-Congress coalition on Tuesday worsted BJP 4-1 in the bye elections in Karnataka winning two Lok Sabha and two Assembly constituencies, while conceding the Shimoga parliamentary seat to the saffron party.

JD-S-Congress set for 4-1 victory over BJP in Karnataka bypolls

BENGALURU: The ruling JD-S-Congress coalition in Karnataka was well on its way to trouncing the BJP in the Lok Sabha and Assembly bye elections on Tuesday, leading in two parliamentary and winning in two assembly seats including the Ramnagara seat where Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy's wife Anitha won on the JD-S ticket by a huge margin of 1,09,137 votes.

Sharma credits help from legend Jeev Milkha Singh for turnaround in career

NOIDA (UP): Chandigarh’s Akshay Sharma pulled off a career-best seven-under-65 in the final round of the QA InfoTech Open 2018 to post his breakthrough PGTI win with a thumping six-shot margin at the Noida Golf Course.

Meghalaya CM wins by-election, defeats Congress

Meghalaya Chief Minister and National Peoples Party (NPP) candidate Conrad Sangma on Monday won the by-election from the South Tura Assembly constituency by a huge margin.

Previous governments stalled decision on MSP: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday accused previous central governments and those ruling the states of not taking any concrete decision on hiking minimum support prices (MSP) despite demands from farmers.

Punjab CM announces grants worth Rs.2140 crore for development projects in Jalandhar & Shahkot

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday announced development projects to the tune of Rs 2140 crore for Jalandhar and Shahkot, as a gesture of gratitude to the people for ensuring the Congress candidate’s landslide victory in the Shahkot bypoll, which he said had laid the foundation for an anti-Modi wave across the country.

Shiromani Akali Dal delegation meets PM, thanks him for CGST exemption on 'Langar'

CHANDIGARH: A delegation of the Shiromani Akali Dal led by the party president Sukhbir Singh Badal today called on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the latter’s New Delhi  residence this morning to express thanks for the Union  the government’s “unprecedented and decisive” initiative in exempting Guru Ka Langar (Community Kitched) from the GST regime, and to draw the PM’s  attention to several issues concerning the people of Punjab.

Punjab Government to strengthen the Public Distribution system-Bharat Bhushan Ashu

In order to strengthen the Public Distribution system in the State, the Food & Civil Supplies Department will advertise vacancies of Depot Holders very soon, informed Mr.Bharat Bhushan Ashu, Food and Supplies Minister Punjab.

Chandigarh face Amritsar in final for Dhruv Trophy

CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh and Amritsar moved into final of the Punjab Inter-District Under-19 Cricket Tournament for Dhruv Pandove Trophy today.

Congress wins Punjab's Shahkot by huge margin

The ruling Congress won the Shahkot Assembly bye-election on Thursday by a huge margin of over 38,800 votes, wresting the Shiromani Akali Dal stronghold after over 20 years.

India changed from 'Fragile Five' to 'Bright Spot' in 4 years: Jaitley

Hailing NDA government's policies on its fourth anniversary, BJP leader and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said India had transformed from being a part of the "fragile five" to the "bright spot" on the global economic scene under this regime and had established 'scam-free governance'.

Punjab CM congratulates Horticulturist Harkirat Ahluwalia for World Agri Tourism Award selection

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday congratulated the noted horticulturist Harkirat Ahluwalia for being selected for World Agri Tourism Awards-2018.

For Modi, road to 2019 will be steeper

For the Bharatiya Janata Party's supporters, the growing belief that the party is no longer as favourably placed as before must be both bewildering and disheartening.

Punjab govt decides to introduce self-declaration on land holdings for farm debt waiver scheme

The Punjab government, led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, has decided to introduce a system of self-declaration on land holdings by the beneficiaries of the farm debt waiver scheme to ensure that only deserving and eligible farmers get the benefit of the scheme.

Vigilance arrests former VC Punjab Technical University Dr Rajnish Arora

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Vigilance Bureau today arrested Dr Rajnesh Arora former Vice Chancellor of I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University (PTU), Kapurthala for committing major financial irregularities and administrative lapses during his tenure and the special court Jalandhar has sent him to four days vigilance custody for further interrogation.

Virbhadra accepts Congress' defeat in Himachal

SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Monday accepted the Congress party's defeat in the state assembly elections. "I own responsibility for my party's defeat," he told reporters here.

Congress party sweeps Punjab civic polls, SAD-BJP marginalised, AAP eliminated

CHANDIGARH: The ruling Congress party has swept the local bodies elections in Punjab, marginalising the SAD-BJP alliance and eliminating main opposition Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

PM’s `termite’ remark against Congress reflects his despair at emerging anti-BJP swing : Capt Amarinder

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday lashed out Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his `termite’ remark against the Congress, even as he ridiculed the BJP leader for running scared from one constituency to another in a desperate bid to garner support for his party’s candidates in the Himachal Pradesh elections.

Khaira leads Punjab farmers to burn paddy stubble

SAMRALA: Sukhpal Singh Khaira Leader of Opposition today led farmers at Samrala to burn paddy stubble as a symbolic protest, for the failure of Congress government to implement the directions of National Green Tribunal (NGT) and registering cases against farmers.


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