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Dalljiet Kaur's 'very difficult' time on show

Actress Dalljiet Kaur says that it is not easy to switch from a positive to negative character for the show "Qayamat Ki Raat".

I don't believe in soft Hindutva, says Rahul

Congress President Rahul Gandhi made it clear on Tuesday that he was not wedded to Hindutva - "soft or hardcore".

Bombay HC rejects Abu Salem's plea for parole to marry

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday rejected jailed gangster Abu Salem's plea for a 45-day parole to get married to his Thane-based girlfriend.

Australian Hindus urged to help fellow homeless Australians

In view of the growing problem of homelessness in Australia, Australian Hindus have been urged to help the fellow homeless Australians.

HP CM launches Mukhyamantri Alpsankhayak Kalyan Yojana

The Himachal Government was committed for the welfare and development of the minority section of the society so that they could get equal opportunities for development. This was stated by the Chief Minister Shri Jai Ram Thakur while addressing the gathering at Chamba after launching the “Mukhyamantri Alpsankhayak Kalyan Yojana” for ensuring welfare of the minority section of the society.

Osama's son married 9/11 hijacker's daughter

Hamza bin Laden, the son of the late Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, has married the daughter of Mohammed Atta, the lead hijacker and one of the ringleaders of the September 2001 terror attacks in the US, according to the family.

'Balle Balle' to be staged at Kingdom of Dreams

After a successful run in Mumbai, "Balle Balle", an Indian wedding musical theatrical show, will now be staged at the Kingdom of Dreams here starting August 11.

Delhi Police pulled up for separating inter-faith couple

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court has slammed Delhi Police for forcibly separating an inter-faith couple despite knowing well that the Muslim woman is above 21 years and had married the Hindu man of her own free will.

Delhi Police pulled up for separating inter-faith couple

The Delhi High Court has slammed Delhi Police for forcibly separating an inter-faith couple despite knowing well that the Muslim woman is above 21 years and had married the Hindu man of her own free will.

Air hostess suicide case: HC grants interim protection to in-laws

he Delhi High Court on Monday granted interim protection from arrest to the in-laws of an air hostess who fell to her death from her south Delhi home.

Punjabi Cultural Council demands full disclosure of dowry, wedding expenditures during registration of marriages

CHANDIGARH: In a bid to tighten the noose around those practicing dowry or hefty weddings the Punjabi Cultural Council has demanded from the Punjab Government to implement unique social reforms in the society by amending the existing dowry and marriage acts to keep a complete record of expenses incurred on the weddings. Besides this, the State will also be able to collect more revenue from taxes if a provision was enacted in the act to maintain transparency during solemnization of nuptials.

CT to provide free education to 15 girl children under "I'm Also Malala" scheme

JALANDHAR: “If you educate a man, you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation."  When girls are educated, the country becomes stronger and more prosperous. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world. Putting efforts to motivate girl education especially from BPL families, CT Public School has stepped forward and entered into its second year of "I'm Also Malala" scheme.

Government leaves it to SC's wisdom to decriminalize gay sex

 The centre on Wednesday said it was leaving it to the wisdom of the Supreme Court to decide if a law that criminalizes consensual gay sex was constitutionally valid.

Officer arrested for breaking prohibition law in Bihar

A sales tax deputy commissioner was arrested in Bihar's Siwan district for consuming liquor in violation of prohibition law, police on Saturday said.

Passport to UP woman issued after due procedure: MEA

 A passport was issued to Uttar Pradesh woman Tanvi Seth following all the rules and procedures including a close scrutiny of the documents furnished by her, the External Affairs Ministry (MEA) said on Thursday.

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

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

Indian-American on Trump's list of Supreme Court nominees

Amul Thapar, an Indian-American appeals court judge from the US state of Kentucky is on President Donald Trump's short list of potential nominees to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, who announced his retirement a day before.

2% New Zealanders identify with Hinduism

About two per cent people in New Zealand identify with Hinduism, according to a recent research report “Faith and Belief in New Zealand”.

Arjun Rampal, Meher part ways after 20 years

Actor Arjun Rampal and Mehr Jesia have called it quits after 20 years of marriage.

More women supporting live-in relationships: Survey

For long the concept and topic of live-in relationships has been taboo in India but the times are changing with a number of women coming out in its support, according to a survey.

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