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Bridal Makeup – a unique art in itself

You know what’s the best thing about our Indian culture? It is its exquisite nature. Even though different rituals and customs exist throughout our country, all are respected and loved. India, being a culturally rich country, has 29 states, each holding their unique marriage rituals.

DGP Saini's case is a glaring example of how the State protects its instrument: Dal Khalsa

HOSHIARPUR: Stating that denied justice has become hallmark of Indian justice system, the Dal Khalsa said Amar Kaur, who had been waging a legal battle to get justice for her son, son-in-law and driver for almost 24 years died without seeing justice being done.
Notably, Kaur's son Vinod Kumar, son-in-law Ashok Kumar and driver Mukhtiyar Singh  were not seen again after allegedly being kidnapped by the then SSP of Ludhiana SS Saini. 

Rakishly good looking actor who became India's first international star

The youngest of the famous Kapoor brothers of Bollywood, he did not have their one defining and enduring cinematic image -- Raj's simple, honest 'tramp' in the Charlie Chaplin tradition or Shammi's Elvis-like jiving, rebellious 'playboy' persona.

Jeet Kaur and Gurj Sidhu adjudged best singers in U.K. Bhangra Awards 2017

INDINAPOLIS: Patiala's Jeet Kaur (supported by Sahib Mehndi Artist)  and Punjabi folk singer United Kingdom born Gurj Sidhu (supported by Angel Records) were voted the best female and male singers, respectively, in the U.K. Bhangra Awards 2017 at the luxurious Regency Banqueting Suite, Birminghamin. Gurj Sidhu earned his second award as his album --– Sentimental Value -- was adjudged the Best Album, supported by by Panoramic Moments.

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.

Free Executive Class rail travel for Ashok Chakra, Kirti Chakra awardees

NEW DELHI: Ashok Chakra and Kirti Chakra awardees would now be eligible for lifetime free travel in railways' First Class and Executive Class, an official said on Thursday.

Mayor Hogsett proclaims Oct 28 as India Day

INDIANAPOLIS: Indianapolis Mayor Joseph H Hogsett gave a  fabulous 'Diwali gift' to the Indian American Community by declaring October 28 as INDIA DAY in City of Indianapolis and  Mayor Hogsett made this announcement while participating in the India Association of Indianapolis (IAI) Golden Jubilee celebration, 50th Anniversary,  and Diwali  at the Old Natiional Center, Downtown, Indianapolis. The announcement was loudly cheered by a packed house which included a number of big wigs -- elected representative, businessmen, artists and professionals.

Eight professionals from different fields honoured

CHANDIGARH: Eight professionals from different fields were honoured for their outstanding work the First Friday Forum in an symposium on ‘Architecture and Poetry—symbiosis for holistic creativity’ held at Government Museum and Art Gallery, Sector 10, Chandigarh on Saturday.

Eight professionals honoured for their outstanding work for ‘Architecture and Poetry'

Eight professionals from different fields were honoured for their outstanding work the First Friday Forum in an symposium on ‘Architecture and Poetry—symbiosis for holistic creativity’ held at Government Museum and Art Gallery, Sector 10, Chandigarh on Saturday. Dr S.S Bhatti, founder of the Forum conferred the awards. The awardees are—Prof A.K. Agarwal (mathematics); Ar Paritosh Kumar (Architecture in America); Prof Aradhna Jindal (architectural education; Mr H.S Johl (lifetime achievement award for landscaping); Dr H.K. Lall (Rishi Patialvi Memorial Award forMaster Urdu Poet); and Er Ashima Raizada (Rising Star Award). And Ar SS Bahga (architecture and journalism).

Chess is a Slow and Study wins the Race concept, Must continue till lifetime: Arpit Shukla

JALANDHAR: Chess is not a game only; it must continue as lifetime event which is the introspective version of the dictum Slow and Study wins the Race. These words are of IPS Arpit Shukla, IGP (Zonal), who was addressing I K Gujral Punjab Technical University’s North Zone inter-varsity chess championship which started today at St. Soldier Group of Institutions. He said that we at the global level achieved more and more in IT sector but we are losing our strength of sports day by day. Now is the time to take serious note of it and you all participants have the duty to motivate your classmates to join at least one game for sure, whether it is indoor or outdoor.

With empty coffers, Cong govt making announcement for 10th time only due to Gurdaspur bypoll: Majithia

The Shiromani Akali Dal lashed out at the Congress government for making announcement of loan waiver of the farmers for 10th time in 6 months and said that with empty coffers government was making latest announcement only to mislead the farmers with an eye on Gurdaspur bye poll.

If the role is powerful, screen time doesn't bother me: Diana Penty

MUMBAI: Model turned actress Diana Penty, who is playing strong character in the upcoming film "Lucknow Central", says when it comes to choosing a film, she is least bothered about the screen time or the length of the character but the impact of it.

Happy I found you in this lifetime: Shilpa to Raj Kundra

Actress-entrepreneur Shilpa Shetty Kundra has shared a heart-warming message on her husband and businessman Raj Kundra's 42nd birthday on Saturday She says that she is very happy to find him as her "soul mate".

Gautam Gambhir to educate slain Kashmiri police officer's daughter

Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir on Tuesday announced he will help educate "for lifetime" the daughter of slain Jammu and Kashmir Police officer Abdul Rashid.

South America: An Addiction for Life!

Studded with Andean peaks, Amazonian rainforests, historic ruins and beautiful white beaches, South America is a traveller’s delight, and a love story that will start right from the time you first set eyes on it. While a vast, exciting and well-endowed continent, there are a few destinations that are perfect for first-time travellers to the continent.

Drug may protect women's fertility after cancer treatments

An existing drug may one day protect premenopausal women from infertility that commonly follows cancer treatments, new research has found.

Want to talk about sex a lot more: Leena Yadav

LONAVLA:  Filmmaker Leena Yadav's "Parched" raised eye brows, sparked debates and also got critically acclaimed at International film festivals as it addressed topics like marital rape, serial and physical abuse, child marriage, lack of knowledge on sex among others. She says that this forced hush hushed mentality in a way has encouraged her to talk more about sex now.

Explore Ladakh in Winters like never before

Explore the unexplored winter in Ladakh between Octobers to March. This is the time where the high altitude dry desert changes to a land with frozen lakes and snow capped mountains. This makes winter in Ladakh a once in a lifetime experience.

UP survey of rural women: Want to work, watch news, go to parlours

LUCKNOW: A survey of rural women in Uttar Pradesh, Indias largest state, has shown the rising spiral of their aspirations -- 56 per cent want to work, 67 per cent want to study further, at least five per cent visit a beauty parlour regularly, and at least 10 per cent watch the news on television.

Big B relives 17 years of 'KBC' association

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is bringing back "Kaun Banega Crorepati" (KBC), says he got to relive the 17 years of his association with the popular reality TV game show.