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Varsities Boxing: Mewa, Naveen, Sudeep, Virender and Rajpinder enter finals

CHANDIGARH: Mewa Singh (fly) of Panjab University, Sudeep   (light fly) of Ch. Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani and Rajpinder Singh of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amristar have marched into finals of their respective categories by winning their semi-final bouts in the   All-India Inter-Varsity Boxing Championship at the Panjab University Complex in Sector 14 here today.

Ira Sharma, Rajat, Abhishek and Nikita champs in NZ Badminton

Third seed Ira Sharma of Haryana and fourth seed Rajat Rathore of Rajasthan claimed the women's and men's singles titles, respectively, in the North Zone Inter-State Badminton Championships at the Panjab University Indoor Badminton Hall in Sector 14 here today.
Executing her strokes with power and precision Ira Sharma defeated fourth seed Ananya Goel of Delhi by 21-17 15-21 21-12 in the women's singles final..: Rajat Rathore outplayed Abhishek Saini of Chandigarh by 21-12 21-16 in the men's singles final.

Mixed luck for Delhi and Haryana in NZ Badminton

CHANDIGARH: Delhi and Haryana have mixed fortunes in the Yonex North Zone Inter-State Badminton Team Championship organised by Chandigarh Badminton Association at the Panjab University Multipurpose Hall in Sector 14 here today.

MP businessman, wife become Jain ascetics, leave behind toddler

There is no age for choosing to renounce the world, says the family of Madhya Pradesh businessman couple Sumit Rathore and his wife Anamika who have become Jain ascetics, leaving behind their around three year-old daughter.

Jasleen Kaur and Anamika of Sri Guru harkrirshan Public School, Patiala won third prize

A Drawing Competition was held at Vani integrated school located at Urban Estate Phase-2, Patiala. In this competition students of 7th class Anamika and 9th class Jasleen kaur of Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, SST Nagar, Patiala got third prize with their tremendous talent and potential.

Karnataka and MP women inch closer to Level 1

Punab News Express/Balbir Singh
NEW DELHI : Defending champions Indian Railways women continued their unbeaten run with a drubbing of the Punjab team in the 67th Senior National Basketball Championship marched on to Day 4 with a slate on interesting matchups on the cards. To begin the day, Guard Madhu Kumari led the way with 26 points, as Railways strolled to a 93-33 victory.

Karnataka men pull off upset against Punjab in National B'ball

Punjab News Express/Balbir Singh
PUDUCHERRY : Heavyweights registered easy wins on the second day of the 67th Senior National Basketball Championship here today. The Chhattisgarh and Railways women’s teams blew past their opponents Punjab and Maharashtra respectively. Chhattisgarh’s 6’11’’ centre Poonam Chaturvedi scored a day-high 40 points.

`100 Kadam’: Book of Hindi poems released

Punjab News Express
PATIALA: `100 Kadam’ edited by Mukesh Sinha and Anju Chaudhary in which works of 100 poets have been included was released at a glittering function in New Delhi.

Former Vet Varsity student bags Graduate Assistantship for Ph.D at USA

Punjab News Express
LUDHIANA: Dr. Anamika Gupta, a former Veterinary Pathology PG student has received graduate assistantship award for PhD program in the Department of Poultry Science, University of Arkansas, USA for 2016. She received a grant amounting USD 37, 356 per year which will cover her PhD tuition fees and living expenses. Her topic for doctoral research will be immunological regulation intended to improve immunity as an alternative to antibiotics.

Sonam Kapoor steals the show on the Cannes red carpet!

Punjab News Express
MUMBAI : That Sonam Kapoor is a fashion icon who hits it out of the park, with every single appearance, can never be up for debate. Her effortless style and love for experimentation is the stuff sartorial legends are made of.

Rituparna Sengupta talks about ‘Teenkahon’

Punjab News Express
MUMBAI : Rituparna Sengupta, one of Bengali Cinema’s most popular actresses, will next be seen in Bauddhayan Mukherji’s film ‘Teenkahon’. The film also stars Ashish Vidyarthi, Sabyasachi Chakarborty and Suman Mukherjee, in lead roles.

Pernia Qureshi, one of Femina India’s top 50 powerful women

Punjab News Express
MUMBAI : The multi-talented Pernia Qureshi is among the top 50 influential women in Femina India Magazine’s power list 2015. Pernia has come a long way in her career as an entrepreneur, dancer, stylist, costume designer and actress. She received recognition in Muzaffar Ali’s film ‘Jaanisaar’ where she showcased her impressive dance and acting skills. Her popular online venture, Pernia’s Pop Up Shop turned three recently is one stop shop for chic and affordable fashion for the stylish woman of today.

All hail the Female Powerhouse of India: Kangana Ranaut

Punjab News Express
MUMBAI : Seeing how the 'Queen' of Bollywood has charted her career and aced her performances, it comes as no surprise to see Kangana Ranaut top the list of India's Most Powerful Women 2015 basis the latest edition of Femina Magazine. The list features business bigwigs, corporate CEO’s, pioneering philanthropists, fashion icons and various other game changers and creative minds, that have created a massive impact with their perspective and their contribution.