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R Madhavan fans – get ready to see him as an ISRO scientist in his next South film and here are all the details!

R Madhavan fans – get ready to see him as an ISRO scientist in his next South film and here are all the details!

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R Madhavan fans - get ready to see him as an ISRO scientist in his next South film and here are all the details! R Madhavan, who recently won praises and awards for his strong role in the Vijay Sethupati starrer Vikram Vedha, is all set for a unique journey in his next South venture. While he was expected to play a NASA astronaut in the Bollywood film Chanda Mama Door Ke, the status of the film is currently undecided. H...
Priyanka Chopra gets ready to face the biggest challenge of her career

Priyanka Chopra gets ready to face the biggest challenge of her career

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Priyanka Chopra gets ready to face the biggest challenge of her career Priyanka Chopra will play the real-life mother of the brave Aisha Chaudhary who died in January 2015 after a long and valiant struggle with Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Syndrome (SCIS) a severely debilitating condition caused by a lung disorder that obstructs breathing. The story of Aisha, who died when she was only 18, will now be brought to ...

Experts ready Rs 3.6-cr revival plan for Beas

Punjab
Aman Sood Tribune News Service Patiala, July 11 To revive the ecology of the Beas river following leakage of molasses by a sugar mill, experts from the Departments of Forest and Wildlife Preservation, and Water Resources, the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have submitted an action plan report to the PPCB. The action plan is to be implemented over a period of five years so that sustainable results can be achieved. As per the plan, Rs3.6 crore is needed to replenish the prey base by releasing fish seedlings into the river. The Department of Forest and Wildlife Preservation will “create a buffer zone between the river and land, removing plastic and other waste matter”, in addition to map and record species of aquatic wildlife present in the riv...

Ready to undergo dope test but won’t force other MLAs, says Punjab CM

Punjabi Politics
Jupinderjit Singh & Rajmeet Singh Tribune News Service Chandigarh, July 5 Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Thursday said he was willing to undergo dope test, but would leave it to the conscience of other elected representatives to take a decision on the same. He was responding to demands from certain sections, including the opposition parties and also from within the Congress, that politicians should also be made to undergo dope test, as had been announced by the chief minister yesterday for government employees and police personnel. “I have no problem in taking a dope test,” the chief minister said, taking on the challenge thrown at him on this count by certain political and other entities. “Given the gigantic scale of the drug problem, nobody should be...
Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan are soccer ready in this candid picture in Barcelona

Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan are soccer ready in this candid picture in Barcelona

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Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan are soccer ready in this candid picture in Barcelona Shah Rukh Khan, who recently returned from Orlando after wrapping Zero shoot, has taken some time off to take a family vacation to Barcelona. The superstar is definitely enjoying his vacation along with wife Gauri Khan and his three kids - Aryan, Suhana and AbRam. Just this past weekend, Gauri shared a couple of pictures of her kids and t...

Sarkaria directs officials to be ready to deal with possible flood like situations

Punjab
In the wake of the monsoon season, Punjab Water Resources Minister Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria has directed the officials of his department to be ready to deal with any possible emergency like situation due to heavy rains. He said that all the officers and employees of the department would monitor the situation round the clock in the monsoon season, and no negligence will be tolerated.

Capt ready to pay full relief for Op Bluestar detainees if Centre dithers

Punjab
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 25 Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Monday said the entire cost of compensation to Jodhpur detainees, calculated at Rs 4.5 crore, would be borne by his government if the Centre failed to contribute its share. With Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on an overseas tour, he reportedly conveyed his decision to Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba.  Expressing the hope that the Centre would be forthcoming with its 50 per cent share of the compensation awarded by an Amritsar court, he said if, for any reason, the Centre failed to pay its share, the state government would take over the entire liability and ensure that the detainees got justice. “The Centre should immediately withdraw its appeal in the Punjab and Haryana High Court against ...