Actor Kit Harington, who played Jon Snow on the hit HBO show Game of Thrones has sparked rumours of his characters' return after he was seen sporting Jon Snow's iconic locks at Wimbledon.

    Back in January, Harington -- who had revealed that he is contractually obligated to keep his hair long for the duration of the show -- appeared, with shorter hair at the premiere of his movie Testament of Youth. The fact that he has now grown his hair back has sparked speculation that he will reprise his role as Jon on the fantasy drama series, reports aceshowbiz.com.

    Jon was last seen bleeding out after he was betrayed and stabbed in the fifth season finale.

    Addressing his character's fate on the show, Harington said in June: "I'm quite dead. It's over for Jon Snow - at the very least, he gets to join his family and kin and leave this terrible world behind."

    However, his co-star Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, believes there is a chance that Jon would return to the upcoming season six.

    "There are some helpful people there, who could bring Jon back to life. If I had to bet, I would say it's a 50/50 chance," she said in an interview.

70% turnout overall in Anandpur Sahib constituency

  • Bahadurjeet Singh, Hindustan Times, Rupnagar
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  • Updated: May 01, 2014 11:29 IST

In the Lok Sabha election on Wednesday, about 70% votes were polled in the Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha constituency. As per information, 74% polling was recorded in Nawanshahr assembly segment, 72% in Chamkaur Sahib,72% in Banga, 70.47% in Balachaur,70.12 % in Rupnagar, 67.89 % in SAS Nagar, 67.02 % in Garhshanker,70 % in Kharar, while 64.47% votes were polled in Anandpur Sahib assembly segment.


The polling process passed off peacefully in Rupnagar district. There was not report of any untoward incident in the district.

However, the polling had to be stopped for some time at a few polling booths in the villages of Ghanauli, Midhwan, Kotla, Darauli and Jagtapura due to fault in electronic voting machines (EVMs).

The AAP lodged a complaint with the district election officer and alleged at the polling booth of DAV Public Senior Secondary School, Rupnagar, votes were being polled to the SAD after pressing any button of the EVM.

The party demanded that the polling at the booth be stopped. The district election office, however, rejected the plea.

The EVMs of Rupnagar district would be kept at Government College, Rupnagar, till the counting day.

Meanwhile, Rupnagar deputy commissioner-cum-district election officer Pardeep Kumar Aggarwal expressed satisfaction over the peaceful conduct of the polling process and thanked the voters for their cooperation in this regard.

 

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