CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has slammed the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) for disrupting the proceedings of the House ahead of the important Budget presentation this morning.
Karan Johar is one happy filmmaker and a doting father. He welcomed his twins Roohi Johar and Yash Johar in 2017 via surrogacy. Just recently, he threw a bash on the occasion of their second birthday. While many have praised the filmmaker for opting surrogacy, not everyone is on the same page. Karan Johar and his mother Hiroo Johar take care of Roohi Johar and Yash Johar together. Just a day ago, a Twitter user accused Karan for keeping his twins from mother's love. This did not go down well with the filmmaker and he gave a befitting reply. “Ma’m!! With all due respect! Get a life! There are larger issues the country is combatting at the moment and it can very well do without your narrow mindedness! My babies are being LOVED and that’s all that matters...and FYI they have a mother!! My m
PANAJI: Slamming the BJP-led coalition government for dragging its feet over probing a possible scam in the procurement of thousands of tablet-PCs for distribution to school students in 2013, the Goa Lokayukta has recommended a CBI probe to track down a cartel of businessmen who could have rigged the tender.
Sameera Reddy is a proud mama of a three year old and will soon give birth to her second child. She spoke to media after a long, long hiatus and spoke about everything from the body image issues that she had post pregnancy and the way society trolls pregnant actresses. She came out in support of Neha Dhupia who was criticised for her body weight gave back to her trolls that she is healthy for her baby and that are what matters. She said that it is rather unfortunate that people want actresses to look in a certain way and that puts a lot of pressure. She even recollected when she had her first child; she had no confidence to come out in open like Neha and Kareena Kapoor Khan because of the trolls. She lauded both Bebo and Neha to flaunt their pregnant bodies and normalise the same. Sameer...
NEW DELHI: Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday slammed the Congress for its promise to withdraw the Triple Talaq Bill, saying that 32 years after legislatively overturning the Supreme Court's Shah Bano judgment, the party has taken another step to drive Muslim women to live a life which is an "antithesis of human existence".
With the elections coming up these days, it is safe to say that the competition between two major parties of the country, Congress and BJP, is neck-to-neck. Most of the times, the leaders during their speeches go with the flow and end up saying things that are likely to come off as offensive. Taking a jibe at the opponent is not a new tactic; however, the politicians can surely work on knowing when to stop. Recently during one of his rallies, BJP’s MP leader Kailash Vijayvargia addressed Congress’ newly appointed general secretary, Priyanka Gandhi as ‘chocolate face’. This is definitely not the way to go if he wants to increase his vote bank. The leader was called out by Hema Malini who also happens to be a BJP politician. She said that the BJP leader has no right to comment on anybody’s
Rakul Preet SLAMS a troll for slut shaming her, asks his mother to SLAP him (Read Tweets) Actress Rakul Preet is in the news again but this time not for her film. Recently, a picture of the actress surfaced on the Internet where she was wearing denim shorts and getting out of her car. She was trolled for the clothes she wore by a man who distastefully referred to it as a ‘session in the car’ and claimed that she ‘forgot
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Bigg Boss 12: Gauahar Khan slams friend Karanvir Bohra, Vikas Gupta SUPPORTS Dipika and KV Bigg Boss 12 is nearing its end. All inmates have pulled up their socks to make sure that they make a mark so as to not get eliminated at this stage. Amongst them all, Rohit Suchanti, Karanvir Bohra, Dipika Kakar, Surbhi Rana and Sreesanth have a strong screen presence. People love them, hate them but can’t ignore them. These name
NEW DELHI: The Supreme court on Tuesday slammed the Bihar government for being "very selective" in taking action against those accused of being involved in the sexual and other abuses of children and indicated that it would hand over to the CBI investigation into all the cases of child abuse in the shelter homes of the state.