Kejriwal is a ‘frustrated’ man: Badal

Barnala, Jul 29 (PTI) On a day Arvind Kejriwal attacked Punjab's ruling Akali Dal on the drug issue, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today hit back saying the Delhi chief minister was a "frustrated man" unaware of the dignity of his chair. Badal said it doesn't behove of a chief minister

Sanjay Dutt to star in Mahesh Manjrekar’s next movie

Mumbai, Jul 29 (PTI) Actor Sanjay Dutt, who celebrates his 57th birthday on Friday, has been finalised to play the lead in director Mahesh Manjrekar's next, which is a remake of 2008 superhit Marathi film "De Dhakka". Manjrekar and Dutt have earlier collaborated in films like "Vaastav", "Kurukshetra", "Hathyar" and "Rakht". "I

Sikh man shot dead in US

New York, Jun 2 (PTI) A 47-year-old Sikh gas station owner was shot dead in the US city of Newark and the victim's family is suspecting a hate crime. Davinder Singh was shot at the gas station yesterday, a report in NBC New York said. Singh, of Iselin, was found unresponsive at

Priyanka should enter active politics: Amarinder

New Delhi, Jun 2 (PTI) After batting for change of guard in Congress, Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh today called for the entry of Priyanka Gandhi into active politics saying she is a "sharp young woman" and should handle party affairs. "I have always said Priyanka should enter active politics. Rahul Gandhi

Making Chandigarh Polio Free

The Sub National Immunization Day Pulse Polio campaign covering high risk areas of Chandigarh is scheduled on 29th & 30th May 2016. In the two days activity as per the previous rounds, the children upto the age of 5years are given


Ludhiana, May 27: Punjab Revenue and Public Relations Minister Mr Bikram Singh Majithia today launched a first-of-its-kind mobile application “iREVENUE”, which is specially designed to ensure more transparency in the working of state Revenue department. The mobile phone application will contain details such as information regarding the Revenue department, collector

Two Indian-origin sisters killed in Australia

Melbourne, May 25 (PTI) Two Indian-origin sisters were killed when their car collided with a truck in north-east Australia. Anjumol, 23, and Asha Mathew, 18, were returning home when their car rammed into a truck at Peaks Crossing in Queensland on Monday. A missing complaint was lodged by their family friends Ranjeet