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Diverse Boxing Sports Drama “Tiger” Hopes To Inspire Sikh and Punjabi Audiences

LONDON: Parminder Nagra was barred from competing in a Canadian boxing championship because of his beard, which is a mandatory article of his Sikh faith. He challenged the beard ban and in 2000, the Canadian courts ruled in his favour. Now a new film deals with the discrimination and racism he, and other persons of colour, face in upholding their religious and personal sovereignty in light of the demands of Western norms and ideals.

Apple iPhone XS: Take the EMI route to flaunt your style this Diwali

NEW DELHI:  When Apple announced its 2018 line-up of iPhones last month, one thing was clear: The brand is getting bigger with top-of-the-line innovations in the premium and luxury smartphone market -- dictating the rules for its rivals.

About Amazon Basics

Started in 2009 with an aim to sell low cost products, AmazonBasics today is a full full-fledged in-house company of Amazon which is selling numerous products directly to the consumers. Compared to other products which are sold by various retailers on Amazon; the products sold under AmazonBasics are available to the customers at relatively low prices as they are sold directly by the company with no multilevel distribution channels linked to it.

Girl refuses to marry groom when he behaves strangely after lightening strike

Lightening not only kills and damages, it also destroys marriages.

Five things which could cost more when bought online

The Indian ecommerce industry has mainly witnessed its steep rise due to the considerable increase in convenience and reduction in cost for shoppers. While it is true that most of the goods online are considerably cheaper when compared to a brick and mortar store, there are many places where the traditional retail option holds its competitive price and value advantage.

PSPCL engineers and employees protest against Electricity (Amendment ) bill

PSPCL engineers and employees today held state level protest rally at Patiala against the proposed Electricity (Amendment) bill 2014 and has urged the Prime Minister to intervene and not to rush the anti-people bill without discussions with them.

iPhone 8 to feature wireless charging

Punjab News Express
NEW YORK : Apple's upcoming iPhone is set to come with wireless charging which will enavle users to charge the phone without having to plug it in.

World's thinnest notebook by HP Inc available in India mid-June

Punjab News Express/Nishant Arora 
Macau : Global printing and personal computer major HP Inc on Thursday launched world's thinnest HP Spectre laptop - weighing 1.1 kg and as thin as an AAA-battery at just 10.4 mm with sixth generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.

In a Global First, Ola Brings ‘Auto-Connect Wi-Fi’ Experience to Millions on the Go

Punjab News Express/Newsvoir
MUMBAI: Ola, India’s most popular mobile app for transportation, today announced the launch of Ola Wi-Fi, a proprietary experience from the company’s innovation labs, that allows users to auto connect to Wi-Fi in an Ola cab without having to enter credentials every single time. Users with a one-time authentication on their phones, can use Ola Wi-Fi on their devices without having to key in login credentials and passwords in subsequent rides, staying connected with Ola’s secure network whenever they take a ride. Auto-Connect Wi-Fi is currently available for free on Ola Prime and will soon be available across all categories including Micro, Mini and Auto-rickshaws available on the Ola app.

Apple launches cheaper 4-inch iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro

Punjab News Express
SAN FRANCISO : Aiming to make deeper inroads into the emerging markets like India and China, tech giant Apple on Monday stunned its rivals by launching a cheaper, smaller yet powerful iPhone SE and a game changer 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

Bajwa flays Badal for the rise of political crime in the state

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Congress President Mr Partap Singh Bajwa today strongly condemned the rising criminal incidents involving ruling politicians in the and demanded registration of a criminal case against former minister and Akali Dal leader Mr Sucha Singh Langah for abusing Gurdaspur District Development and Panchayat Officer Mr Jagwinderjit Singh Sandhu.

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