The Technical Education and Industrial Training, Employment Generation and Science Technology Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has appointed Avtar Singh Sidhu as their OSD (Residence).
WHAT! Ranveer Singh was the FIRST choice for Sanju, but here’s how Ranbir Kapoor bagged the role Ranbir Kapoor will be seen in Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju which will release on June 29th. The film has garnered a lot of buzz because of course, the subject itself is so controversial and interesting but also it will be something else to see Ranbir playing the role of Bollywood’s original bad boy: Sanjay Dutt. Ranbir, in Sanju’
"The Bus Rapid Transport System (BRTS) project with regard to the Guru Ki Nagri Sri Amritsar Sahib is well on course with all the necessary infrastructure and ground work set to be completed by 31st August." This was disclosed by Local Government Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu in a press communiqué after attending a high level meeting here today to access and review the progress of the project.
Marking a red letter day in the annals of the cooperation sector in Punjab, eminent name in the petroleum field Hindustan Petroleum today inked an MoU with Markfed in the presence of the Cooperation Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa. Under the MoU,
The Cooperation Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa here today at Head office of the Markfed underlined the importance of the remarkable contribution made by the cooperative movement in the development of Punjab.
"The Forest Department, Punjab, would arm its employees with weapons for the security of forest areas and sooner, a policy in this regard would be prepared and sent to the cabinet for approval."
Rachna Khaira Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 19 Bhai Ranjit Singh (82), who fought a legal battle against the French Government to keep intact his identity as a turbaned Sikh, has returned to India with pain in his heart. He rues that neither any Sikh outfit nor the Indian Government helped him in his two-decade-long fight. Ranjit, who was born in Shahpur village of Ambala, Haryana, had left for France in 1991. Then, he was issued an ID with the turban and it was due for renewal in 2001. To get the ID renewed, the French authorities asked Ranjit to get himself photographed, this time without the turban. He, however, refused to comply and, after a couple of years, the French government stopped his social security allowance. He took on the French Government and on June 12, 2012, the UN...
Soorma producer Chitrangda Singh resorts to pilates and kickboxing to keep herself fit Chitrangda Singh, who is juggling between multiple projects, takes out time to indulge in Pilates and Kickboxing. The actress is currently busy shooting for her upcoming next Baazaar and Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 along with the promotions of Soorma, her debut film as a producer. Amid this busy schedule, Chitrangda Singh has been resor
Ashutosh Rana joins Ranveer Singh on sets of Rohit Shetty's Simmba Ranveer Singh, who was last seen in Padmaavat, has kick-started his next film Simmba in Hyderabad. The shooting began earlier this week with Sara Ali Khan, director Rohit Shetty, Sonu Sood and producer Karan Johar. Now, even Ashutosh Rana has joined the out and out entertainer. A couple of pictures of Ranveer Singh and Ashutosh Rana were shared by fan...
Jupinderjit Singh Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 18 Fissures within the Punjab Aam Aadmi Party appears to have widened, as Aam Aadmi Party state co-convenor Dr Balbir Singh and Leader of Opposition Sukhpal Khaira have locked horns once again after their opposing views on the state unit’s autonomy. A day after Khaira claimed no party leader tried to take his clarification on his reported statements on Sikh Referendum 2020, Dr Balbir Singh took to Twitter to claim Khaira didn’t take any of his five calls on Sunday, instead choosing to go straight to the press. Khaira said in Jalandhar on Sunday that he was pained by his party leaders’ statements against him. Among those leaders was Balbir Singh, who said AAP didn’t support any such movement and tha...