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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.

RG Khel Rattan awards for Sardar Singh and Devendra

President Ram Nath Kovind here today conferred National Sports and Adventure Awards 2017 in a ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhawan. Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Youth Affairs and Sports Vijay Goel among the dignitaries who were present on the occasion.
Punjabi University of Patiala were conferred the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (MAKA) Trophy 2016-17.

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.

Early term babies at increased risk of diabetes, obesity

 Being born early term may increase a baby's risk of developing diabetes and obesity-related illnesses as well as a shortened life span, according to a new study.

Wild cards for Azarenka, Stephens, Vondrousova and Sharapova

CINCINNATI (USA) : Two former Western and Southern Open champions – and former World No. 1s – are among four women’s wild card recipients announced today by the tournament.

'Bareilly Ki Barfi' is a very much like Woody Allen films: Ayushmann Khurana

Punjab News Express
MUMBAI : Actor Ayushmann Khurana, who is all geared up for the release of his upcoming film "Bareilly Ki Barfi", says that it is very much like a Woody Allen film.

Maharajah Duleep Singh was the unsung hero of Indian Freedom Struggle, said Sartaaj

Punjab News Express
AMRITSAR: Stating that Maharajah Duleep Singh, also known as Black Prince of Perthshire, was the unsung hero of Indian freedom struggle who had laid down the very foundation of Indian freedom movement, Sufi and folk singer turned actor Satinder Sartaaj rued that unfortunately Duleep Singh was never credited as the hero of an independent India.

Not a single blot of corruption against my government, says Modi

Punjab News Express
WASHINGTON : Projecting his government's success in the areas of fighting terror and graft, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that there has not been a single blot of corruption against his regime and no country has questioned the surgical strikes conducted across the border.

Dream of developed India will be fulfilled: Modi tells Indian diaspora

Punjab News Express
WASHINGTON : Addressing the Indian diaspora here as the "members of family", Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised of a developed India in their lifetime.

Kashmiri Students reached LPU Campus under Indian Army’s Capacity Building Programme

Punjab News Express/SK.Vyas
JALANDHAR : 30 students and 2 teachers from Kashmir region reached Lovely Professional University today under Muhib-e-Watan 2 Programme. Chinar Corps of Indian Army is organizing “OP Sadbhavana” Industrial Tour for these students under which students are visiting the top institutions and industries of the state. Termed as the ‘Capacity Building Tour’, the tour reached LPU after traversing a long distance. In their interaction with the students, LPU officials gave them an insight into various avenues.

85% diabetics see amputations in their lifetime

Punjab News Express
MUMBAI : Eighty-five per cent of diabetics see amputations in their lifetime due to lack of appropriate treatment, data released during a national conference on diabetics here has revealed.

'Baahubali' has raised hopes of regional filmmakers: Prabhas

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI : What started off as a mere vision in filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli's mind in 2012, has today become a phenomenon of sorts in Indian cinema. Actor Prabhas, who invested four years to the two-part "Baahubali" franchise, says he would have happily given more time to the project which he feels fortunate to have been a part of.