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British lensmen to showcase ‘IDENTITY’ of Sikh men

Two British photographers are putting up a unique exhibition to showcase the diversity in styles of the Sikh beard and turban in modern Britain. Once the idea struck them, the photographers — Amit Amin and Naroop Singh Jhooti — posted the campaign, ‘The Singh Project’, on Kickstarter, a funding platform for projects,, a month ago.

Auditions for ‘Mrs India Beauty Queen’ contest in city on July 12

The auditions for ‘Mrs India Beauty Queen 2014’ pageant will be held in the city on July 12 at Hyatt Regency, as was revealed by former winner of ‘Mrs India Globe’ Bir Kaur Dhillon’, who is the chief organiser of this year’s beauty pageant contest, during a press conference on Wednesday.

Jobless? Salman Khan could give you a job

Here's a commitment actor Salman Khan wouldn't wriggle out of, provided you have a good Internet connection. On Wednesday, Sallu tweeted that he could extend a helping hand to all his fans who need a job.

Aamir Khan gets his first award ever, accepts it too

Speaking at his 'debut' award function, Star Parivaar Awards, where he received an award for Satyamev Jayate, Aamir Khan said, "I am happy to be accepting this honour. But I don’t think you should be giving me sweets because, post Dhoom:3, I have put on a lot of weight."

Jolly LLB director Subhash Kapoor held in molestation case, released on bail

Film director Subhash Kapoor, best known for his Arshad Warsi-starrer Jolly LLB, has been arrested on charges of molestation. Model/actor Geetika Tyagi had earlier accused Kapoor of molesting her at her residence in suburban Versova.

Diehard fans swear by their Bullets

When it comes to enjoying the most thrilling ride, especially in Punjab, the Royal Enfield Bullet grabs the crown hands down. Its popularity among motorcycling aficionados has remained unchallenged despite various new models being launched in the market every year.

Iraq crisis: Netizens show solidarity with stranded Indians

The Iraq crisis aggravating with each passing day, locating the missing Indians in the war-torn country has become the top priority of the union government. The netizens too aren’t far behind, as they are doing their own bit to help those stranded in the Middle East. From celebrities to students, thousands are using social networking channels like Facebook, Twitter and mobile messengers, to show their solidarity with the distressed.

Hans Raj Hans bowled over by Kashmir

Famous Punjabi singer Hans RajHans today said that he was bowled over by the Kashmiri hospitality.The singer visited the valley and gave his debut performance there

Humshakals aftermath: why Censor Board must ban filmmaking for Sajid Khan

Sajid Khan's films are injurious to the audience's mental health. After being tortured for 159 minutes with his latest, Humshakals, we appeal to the Censor Board of Film Certification to ban the director from making any more films.

Local train chugs into town

In town for the occasion of World Music Day, Delhi based band The Local Train are holding a special screening of their new video, ‘Aaoge Tum Kabhi’ , before its release. All of the four members of the band believe that music transcends all barriers and permeates through in its own special way to create harmony.

Making Of ‘Punjab 1984’: Blood, Sweat And Tears

It is not uncommon to see film stars taking most of the credit for a film’s success, however, behind every such film lies a production crew that gives it their all to make the project a success.

Rhea Pillai accuses Leander Paes of domestic violence

Model Rhea Pillai has filed a case of domestic violence and harassment against her estranged live-in partner ace tennis player Leander Paes and his father in a local court. The case is likely to come up for hearing on June 30.

‘Got to experience Punjabiyat first hand’

Anyone who visits Punjab is sure to be captivated by its hospitality, culture and lifestyle. Even Bollywood stars from Mumbai are left mesmerised.

'Baby Doll' team ready to strike again with 'Love Letter'

After hit Bollywood number "Baby Doll", Meet Bros Anjjan and singer Kanika Kapoor have now teamed up for "Love Letter" for "The Legend of Michael Mishra".

“Happy with my stage performances”

Singing the popular kalams of Baba Bulleh Shah and other Sufi saints, much to the delight of his fellow students and other residents of Bajrapur, a sleepy village near Hoshiarpur, Satinder Sartaaj, who began as a child prodigy has now risen to eminence as an iconic singer of Punjabi folk and Sufiana music in India as well as abroad.
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