New Delhi: All-rounder Hardik Pandya has gone from strength to strength before becoming a regular in the India Test cricket side but South African great Shaun Pollock wants the rising Baroda star to focus on one aspect of his game if he wants to be a long-term prospect.
NEW DELHI: Diabetes is a chronic disease which has become very common nowadays. While lack of insulin and genetic history are among the factors, certain lifestyle habits such as poor diet, lack of exercise and high stress also contribute to an increase in blood sugar levels. Taking a few steps towards a healthy life can make a huge difference.
"The Punjab Government under the visionary guidance of the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is keeping a specialized focus on the aspect of carrying out radical transformation in the road safety measures as per the changing times which is the need of the hour.
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday made it clear that the Congress did not need any alliances to fight the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, which it would win hands down on its own.
Why Janhvi Kapoor needs to get more media wise... She is friendly and sporting even about the media’s invasive questions. But from what one hears, Janhvi Kapoor is becoming increasingly wary of media interactions, thanks to the way her words are interpreted and twisted by a section of the newshounds. The jolt from the blue came recently when at a press meet Janhvi was “innocently” asked who are her favourite actresse
Hrithik Roshan - Tiger Shroff face-off pushed to October; Hrithik needs to get back in shape Flab may be fab when you are playing a gym-liberated Bihari mathematician. But when you have to face one of the fittest young actors of Bollywood, you need to get back into shape. This, Hrithik Roshan realized while putting on kilos to play mathematician Anand Kumar in the bio-pic Super 30. Having got into character, Hrithik now...
The Punjab Governor and Administrator, Chandigarh, V.P. Singh Badnore today emphasised on the need of strengthening the rural infrastructure in the country in order to ensure ample employment opportunities to the educated youth living in the rural areas.
Aman Sood Tribune News Service Patiala, June 17 With three days to go for the official paddy sowing season to start, the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has ensured 13,000 MW of power generation to meet an expected demand of 12,500 MW during the paddy season (June 20 to August). It claims to have made elaborate arrangements for ample coal supply to all thermal plants. For the first time, the PSPCL will also release a time table for supply of power to tubewells in every district so that farmers know in advance about the power supply. Last week, PSPCL CMD Baldev Singh Sran met Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal and was assured that the government would release their pending subsidy bills at the earliest. “I have been assured of timely release of subsidy amount as we need t
The next generation is sure to be impacted by environmental issues of today and to avoid the perils of leaving behind a dilapidated ecological system, making concerted effort from now onwards is the need of the hour." These views were expressed by the Local Government, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Minister, Punjab, Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu here today at hotel park view on the occasion of 3rd National Dialogue on Himalayan Ecology organized by Dialogue Highway.
As many as 453 differently abled people today registered themselves on the last day of special 9-day long camp that started on June 4