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10 Years of A Wednesday: Till the time this film remains relevant, we have a reason to worry

10 Years of A Wednesday: Till the time this film remains relevant, we have a reason to worry

Entertainment
10 Years of A Wednesday: Till the time this film remains relevant, we have a reason to worry There are times when watching the mere theatrical trailer of a film excites you like anything. The theatrical trailer of A Wednesday did that to me. Funnily, nobody around me seemed that excited about it. 3-4 weeks ago before it’s release, I was handed a palm-sized poster of sorts of A Wednesday at a multiplex when I bought the
Emraan Hashmi discusses about why Cheat India and Father’s Day is relevant in today’s times!

Emraan Hashmi discusses about why Cheat India and Father’s Day is relevant in today’s times!

Entertainment
Emraan Hashmi discusses about why Cheat India and Father’s Day is relevant in today’s times! Quite different from his usual self, Emraan Hashmi took a complete shift from the roles he is resonated with when films like Cheat India and Father’s Day were announced. While both are his productions, the actor decided to undergo this complete makeover because the stories of these films are relevant in today’s times. Emraan, in

Guru’s philosophy still relevant: Speakers

Punjab
Tribune News Service New Delhi, October 14 A lecture on the “Contribution of Guru Nanak Dev to Indian philosophy” was organised by the International Centre for Sikh Studies under the aegis of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) here today. Speakers talked about the Guru’s teachings and their contemporary relevance. Dr Shamsher Singh, a retired professor of Punjabi University, Patiala, said Guru Nanak’s concept of “oneness of God” had an eternal value. Former Vice Chancellor of Punjabi University Dr Jaspal Singh said the implementation of the Guru’s teachings had the potential of solving major problems of the world. Akali MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa urged Sikh leaders not to project that the Guru or Sikhism belonged only to their community. The Tribune