Delhi – The Indian Express
Deepkamal Kaur Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 18 Post the recent demolition drive ordered by Local Bodies Minister Navjot Sidhu, most of the Doaba MLAs seem to have turned against him. Other than Jalandhar Cantonment MLA Pargat Singh with whom Sidhu had joined Congress ahead of the 2017 Assembly polls, most of the MLAs here have begun issuing statements against the minister. While it was Jalandhar-West MLA Sushil Rinku who chose to defy Sidhu’s orders first by stopping the demolition ordered by him, Jalandhar-Central MLA Rajinder Beri, too, had followed suit. As Sidhu turned up at Kapurthala last evening to take a round of historical buildings that are to be included in the proposed Mughal circuit, neither ex-minister Rana Gurjeet Singh, who is close to Rinku, nor Sultanpur Lod...
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
Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan take Taimur for merry go round ride; take Sonam Kapoor, Anand Ahuja and gang for lunch in London Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan have been on vacation in London for over a week now. They have taken a much-needed family vacation with their baby boy, Taimur Ali Khan. Along with them, Kareena's Veere Di Wedding family including Sonam Kapoor and Rhea Kapoor have been in London for so...
Jacqueline Fernandez, Anil Kapoor and other Race 3 actors take up special social initiatives while promoting the film feEarlier Remo D’Souza had expressed his keen interest in charity when asked about Race 3 promotions. And now, it seems that the team is more than happy to indulge in spreading the goodness around. It seems that Salman Khan and Remo D’Souza were thrilled with the idea of spending money on such noble caus
LUDHIANA: 235 people take part in camp for persons with special needs. MLA Kuldeep Singh Vaid inaugurates the camp
Tribune News Service Sangrur, June 12 Dalits from around 29 villages, under the banner of Zameen Prapti Sangharsh Committee (ZPSC), after a protest here announced that they would forcibly take possession of reserved land in their villages from June 15 if the authorities failed to fulfill their long-pending demand. “Our main demand is that the state government should auction reserved land on lower rates than last year. However, it has increased the rate by 5-20 per cent. The Dalits want to take the reserved land jointly and grow fodder and wheat for our use. Committee members will forcibly take possession of the reserved land in all 29 villages of Sangrur, where the auction was cancelled on June 15,” said Balwinder Jhaloor, district committee member of the ZPSC. These Dalits first converg