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Study acting profession before taking the plunge: Kartar Cheema
June 11, 2013
Actor Kartar Cheema, who was in the city with producer Poonam Pawar to promote his upcoming movie 'Sikander' on Tuesday, ...
A masterpiece to fire your imagination
February 26, 2013
The smooth touch of an artist has taken the rough image of pottery beyond pots and lamps.
So near yet so far
February 20, 2013
Five years ago, I accompanied my friend and her family to a fair at their ancestral village of Naushera Dhala near the A ...
Bathinda rape story fabricated, woman aide held
January 21, 2013
A Moga woman’s story of her kidnapping from Chandigarh and dumping in Bhatinda after gangrape in a moving car has turned ...
Kotkapura sweet secret goes to US
November 30, 2012
A secret recipe of the Vig family of Kotkapura has travelled across seas to the US White House on its 100th birthday. Dh ...
A little push and he lives up to his name
October 2, 2012
Despite getting chances to represent his country thrice, his family's weak financial condition didn't permit him to take ...
UPA dragging country into dark by imposing FDI: Harsimrat
September 26, 2012
Bathinda Member Parliament, Harsimrat
Badal slammed the UPA-II headed by Congress Party for dragging the futur ...
Sour grapes, sweet kinnow
September 22, 2012
The state's biggest grape producer, Bathinda, is losing its taste for the fruit. Its grape production share has fallen f ...
Anti-cancer project dies at early stage
September 16, 2012
The Centre may have killed one of its babies in infancy. ONCONET, Centre's technology-based cancer care delivery program ...
Made of steel, her love is a tractor
July 12, 2012
She is a rural woman with a drive to do the hardest jobs a man can find.Contrary to the image of a traditional village h ...
Official language in unspeakable crisis
July 7, 2012
Punjab's government schools are short of Punjabi teachers. In contrast, private educational institutes that so often get ...
Security not on track at Asia's largest railway junction
June 8, 2012
It might be dubbed Asia's largest of its kind, but Bathinda railway junction cannot boast of security of even a local ra ...
Applying online: Students in rural areas caught napping
May 10, 2012
The deadline was over even before many students in the region could apply online for seats in the coveted postgraduate c ...
Recipe for disaster: Unauthorised oil depots next to ammunition depot
March 23, 2012
Concern for the safety of residents of Bathinda is being voiced frequently with regard to the three oil depots and unaut ...
Peace move in Ayodhya
Women crucial to talent pool: Mistry
DU applications close today
Penalty for faking legend: Maradona $490,000, Chinese imposters zero
Sooraj Pancholi: rising or setting?
BJP doesn't need allies which are against it: Modi tells Advani
Aditya Pancholi threatens legal action if Jiah Khan suicide letter proved forged
Heavy rains lash north India: 73 dead and 72,000 stranded; Uttarakhand worst hit
Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone set to reunite
Killer rain claims 47 in north, Delhi in disarray
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Monsoon mayhem: dozens dead, thousands stranded; Kedarnath shrine in ruins
Advani aide Kulkarni calls Modi autocrat, Rajnath foxy
BJP, RJD will vote against, but no threat to Nitish govt
Coalgate hits PMO, officials questioned
BJP-JD(U) split turns ugly, cadre fight on streets
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