Jaskiran Kapoor is a columnist with The Indian Express.
In her first book, Grow Up Moon, Jindal unravelled the challenges of a married life, the ego clashes, the compromises, the illusions and the reality.
In town with producer Jackky Bhagnani, actors Richa Chadha and Darshan Kumar, Omung shares the reason for following the 23-year-old journey of a sister, a wife, a family in the hope of seeing Sarbjit free and alive.
A former head of Chandigarh’s landscape wing and adviser to Panjab Urban Development Authority, 83-year-old Hardial Singh Johl designed the entire landscape projects of the city, including the Rose Garden, urban estates of Mohali, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Patiala and Bathinda.
Being pitched as one of the most expensive films in Punjabi cinema, Zorawar has been shot in South Africa, London and Punjab and stars Parul Gulati, Gurbani Judge, Pawan Malhotra, Mukul Dev and Achint Kaur.
Summer is incomplete without the Gulmohar’s flaming red beauty
Why Punjabi cinema is still hesitant to pen for, pay or bring its actresses at par with the leading men, decode its leading ladies
With only three scenes with dialogues out of the 25, and nature as an important character, Asmad, adds Dhamija, is a visual language film.
Shrinking audiences, competition from TV reality shows and more than a few taunts. The ‘joker’ takes it all with his hand-painted smile
In the exotic collection of avenue ornamental trees in Chandigarh, the Blue Jacaranda or Neeli Gulmohur as it’s fondly known in these parts, is a native of Brazil and North West Argentina.
It’s the ‘age of transformers’, and Verma is clearly inspired by the ‘super humans’ of Marvel Comics and mindboggling technological feats.
In Chandigarh for a Punjabi film award ceremony, a hyper-energetic Bhaskar, between make-up, lunch and cleaning spree of her hotel room, talks about her challenging role in this unusually titled film.
Pea-shaped flowers sparkle like jewels on string.
The two-hour-long event saw inspiring speakers and their stories impress young minds at the Shosha Bar in Sector 26.
The trail of Tecoma trees lights up the road.
The Persian Lilac mistaken for Neem.
They released their first album, Le Voyage (The Journey), in 2012. For their second album, it’s India they have hooked on to as inspiration.
Responding to the Urban Challenge on the World Water Day on Tuesday, Saraiya expressed his concern over the wastage of water in Punjab.
The musical extravaganza will have performances by well-known bands and musicians from across the country.
Chir brings with it a piece of Himalayas.
He may have come a long way from ‘John Abraham of Dostana in yellow trunks’, but each day is still another glass ceiling waiting to be shattered for John Abraham.
CITCO Chandigarh rounds up the official number – that of the 4km long Mango Belt the Purv Marg of the city, separating the Industrial Area from the residential areas- - at 5,000.
Fawad Khan, along with Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra, stopped by the city to promote their film that releases this March 18.
The biggest strength of any folk art, Malini Awasthi notes, is its power to act as a unifier.
The first ever tree census conducted by the Horticulture Wing of Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), this year, the campus showed off a 200-year-old Bohr Banyan tree.
The ruby red first blooms of the Silk Cotton Tree are simply spectacular.
Stepping into Punjabi cinema and that too as an actor and not a dancer, Lauren Gottlieb made it a point to dub her dialogues in Punjabi herself.
Gurdas Maan said, "When I write, I always add emotions and try to incorporate and highlight some or the other social message for society."
Airi Mobiles rejects calls from unknown numbers, has 24/7 monitoring system.
It was in 1998 when Chandigarh-based Nishant and Prashant Johar saw immense potential in the IT industry and decided to venture in.
The recently concluded World Economic Forum reported 8 million tons of plastic being added to the oceans every year. By 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. This is where Amit Tandon and his team step in.
A chemical engineer and MBA, Bhatia calls himself a pure salesman who has a knack of spotting opportunity and bringing it home.
Before ‘start-up’ meant something other than cranking up your genset, there were people who took the plunge into business at a time when there were no angels, banks were tight-fisted about lending, and setting up a business marked you out as a Khatron ke Khilari. From highs to lows, struggles to successes, starting this week, we’ll bring you stories of Tricity entrepreneurs who wrote their own ‘Make in India’ script
Sarika Panda Bhatt talks about mobility for all & need for people’s participation in sustainable development
Ishq Forever cast came together to talk about the film.
The Neem Margosa is known for its healing powers
Playing himself in television series, Khatron Ke Khiladi - Kabhi Peeda Kabhi Keeda, on Colors was a physical and mental discovery for Bollywood heartthrob Arjun Kapoor.