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Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety box office collection

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety box office collection day 2: This film has started really well. It has earned Rs 6.42 crore on its opening day, which augurs well for its future.

Welcome to New York box office

Welcome to New York box office collection day 2: With well-known faces like Sonakshi Sinha and Diljit Dosanjh, one had expected to film to earn a decent total, but it turned out to be a squib. The road ahead seems really difficult.

varun sharma

Varun Sharma is currently shooting for Arjun Patiala which stars Diljit Dosanjh and Kriti Sanon. Varun, 28, described the film as an "interesting buddy-cop drama" and was all praise for Diljit, with whom he sharing the screen space for the first time.

Technology

BSNL, BSNL recharge, BSNL postpaid, BSNL 399 postpaid plan, BSNL prepaid, BSNL new offer, BSNL recharge offer, Reliance Jio

SNL will come up with a plan similar to Idea's and Airtel's that offer unlimited calling at Rs 399.

Nasa, moon, water on moon, moon water, Earth, Moon surface

new analysis of data from India's Chandrayaan-1 mission and NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter suggests that Moon's water may be widely distributed across the surface, not confined to a particular region or type of terrain

Xiaomi, Microsoft, Xiaomi Microsft speaker, artificial intelligence, Xiaomi smart speaker, Redmi Note 5, Cloud computing, Cortana, Mi A1 speaker

Xiaomi might also integrate Microsoft Cortana with the Mi AI speaker -- a budget speaker with a modern look.

Chandigarh News

Mere smell of liquor can’t conclude one is incapable of driving: Consumer forum to insurance firm
Mere smell of liquor can’t conclude one is incapable of driving: Consumer forum to insurance firm

The forum, after hearing the arguments, observed that the insurance firm has not been able to bring on record any concrete and reliable evidence in shape of any medical test report of the complainant to prove that he was under the influence of liquor at the time of the accident.

A space for art
A space for art

Their installation is site-specific, since they have incorporated the area’s soil into the display and have also used cotton textiles into it. The artists will be at work till February 25. 

Gurgaon: Woman found dead, search on for husband, say police
Gurgaon: Woman found dead, search on for husband, say police

According to police, neighbours heard the couple’s two-year-old daughter crying and went to the house to check on her, when they found the woman’s body on the floor. A PCR call was made to Sadar police station, police said.

Notices to Harappan site residents: Chautala meets Union minister
Notices to Harappan site residents: Chautala meets Union minister

Chuatala said the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) had issued eviction notices to about 200 residents of the village.

Ludhiana Municipal Corporation poll campaign ends, ‘Bains’ factor faces litmus test in triangular contest
Ludhiana Municipal Corporation poll campaign ends, ‘Bains’ factor faces litmus test in triangular contest

In the first list of 20 cities to be developed as Smart Cities, lack of greenery and increasing pollution levels remain top most concern for Ludhiana residents.

This book is related to our day-to-day life; it is related to our safety: Badnore
This book is related to our day-to-day life; it is related to our safety: Badnore

The event, organised by the Department of Cultural Affairs and Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi, was held at the Museum of Art and Gallery, Sector 10, on Thursday.

Cheque dishonour case: Senior High Court officer sentenced to one year in jail
Cheque dishonour case: Senior High Court officer sentenced to one year in jail

Murari Lal Bhatt, Senior Assistant Secretary, Criminal Branch of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, was sentenced to one-year imprisonment under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act.

PM Modi clear on how India can be free of communalism: NITI Aayog vice-chairman
PM Modi clear on how India can be free of communalism: NITI Aayog vice-chairman

Kumar said competitive federalism, government accountability and a bridge between public and private sectors could ensure that India emerged as a model for the rest of the world.

National Highway 21: Slow land acquisition could lead to delay in completion of Kharar flayover
National Highway 21: Slow land acquisition could lead to delay in completion of Kharar flayover

A district administration team also met the owners of the properties and told them to vacate them so that the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) could remove the structures and build the flyover.

Kidnapping of businessman: 35-year-old held hostage in his Merc for one-and-a-half hours
Kidnapping of businessman: 35-year-old held hostage in his Merc for one-and-a-half hours

Harpreet was kidnapped in his Mercedes from outside the BodyZone gym at Sector 9 and he was made to drive first to Sector 8, then to Sukhna Lake, and from there to Sohana on Landra road in Mohali before turning around towards Chandigarh.

International Puppet Festival to kick off on February 25 in Chandigarh
International Puppet Festival to kick off on February 25 in Chandigarh

Evening workshops will also be held for children in the age groups of 6 to 12 years by a local puppet group. The workshops and entry to the festival are free of cost. The evening show is open to the general public.

Passengers can have a view of Kasauli hills this time
Passengers can have a view of Kasauli hills this time

The seven-seater chopper – Airbus H130 – would take off from the Sector 17 parade ground and cross the Sukhna Lake, towards Kasauli hills, then turn back to lake, Rock Garden and Sector 17 parade ground.

Passport centre at Moga from March 3
Passport centre at Moga from March 3

Gill said the online appointment for the kendra, would be allotted by the system as per the availability.

Scrapping of free rations: Army issues show cause to Colonel who shot off legal notice to defence secretary
Scrapping of free rations: Army issues show cause to Colonel who shot off legal notice to defence secretary

Acting on the directions of the Discipline and Vigilance branch of the Army Headquarters, the show cause notice was issued on Monday to Colonel Mukul Dev, posted as Deputy Judge Advocate General in Jodhpur-based 12 Corps.

State govt wants to keep main Opp away from Budget session: Abhay Chautala
State govt wants to keep main Opp away from Budget session: Abhay Chautala

The rally, the INLD said, is being held to “build pressure on the Union government to complete the SYL canal to facilitate Haryana’s share of river water”.

Ahead of Delhi gherao call, farmer leaders held in Haryana
Ahead of Delhi gherao call, farmer leaders held in Haryana

The farmers, who are demanding farm loan waiver and remunerative prices of their crops, have given a call for “Delhi gherao” to block entries leading to the national capital on Friday.

Haryana government not happy with Niti Aayog report, CM conveys concern
Haryana government not happy with Niti Aayog report, CM conveys concern

A meeting between CM M L Khattar and Aayog vice-chairman Dr Rajiv Kumar was held on Thursday.

NITI Aayog snubs Punjab: Don’t bother about national food security
NITI Aayog snubs Punjab: Don’t bother about national food security

The vice-chairman, sources said, told the meeting the state did not need to be concerned about country’s granaries and asked it to get out of wheat-paddy monoculture, sell produce in the open market instead of waiting for the Centre to procure the produce.

Panel picks names for PPSC members, info commissioners; LoP records dissent
Panel picks names for PPSC members, info commissioners; LoP records dissent

The meeting was held at the CM’s residence and was attended by Assembly Speaker Rana K P Singh, Forests Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot and Leader of Opposition Sukhpal Khaira.

Chandigarh Transport Undertaking to hike bus fares by 10-15%
Chandigarh Transport Undertaking to hike bus fares by 10-15%

Transport officials cite rise in fuel prices, say slabs would be final in a fortnight

Jheurheri Land Scam: Accused sarpanch used to keep 350 pigeons in special cages
Jheurheri Land Scam: Accused sarpanch used to keep 350 pigeons in special cages

“The entire village knows that Harpal Singh fed his pigeons with dry fruits. If you go inside the house, you will find packs of cashews and almonds.”

Transgenders to set up special stall at Rose Festival
Transgenders to set up special stall at Rose Festival

The transgender population in Chandigarh is around 2,000. The concept has been taken from the Chandigarh carnival held last year.

Cash-strapped Punjab may have to delay salaries yet again
Cash-strapped Punjab may have to delay salaries yet again

This would be for the third time in the 10-month rule of the Congress-led government that the salaries would be delayed.

Sukhbir hails Canadian PM for having more Punjabi ministers than India has
Sukhbir hails Canadian PM for having more Punjabi ministers than India has

Badal also told Trudeau that SGPC would like to celebrate the upcoming 550th birth anniversary of first master of Sikhs Guru Nanak Dev jointly with Canadian government.

Punjab: Schools directed to create book bank; Decision taken as PSEB fails to supply required number of textbooks
Punjab: Schools directed to create book bank; Decision taken as PSEB fails to supply required number of textbooks

The PSEB has been publishing the books since its inception in 1969.

Farmers threaten to block entry-exit points of Delhi today
Farmers threaten to block entry-exit points of Delhi today

Rastriya Kisan Mahasangh, an umbrella body of farmer organisations from different states, has given the call for the agitation.

Punjab and Haryana HC asks state govt to release Rs 6 crore for CCTV installation at police stations
Punjab and Haryana HC asks state govt to release Rs 6 crore for CCTV installation at police stations

The directions were passed by the single bench of Justice Amol Rattan Singh during the hearing of a habeas corpus petition in which the High Court had directed both the Punjab and Haryana governments last year to install cameras in all the police stations.

Canada grants visa to three Punjab cops after long wait
Canada grants visa to three Punjab cops after long wait

The Indian Express learnt that Canadian High Commission also granted visa to a top ranking police officer, days ahead of Trudeau’s visit to India

Gurgaon youth files PIL against caste-based recruitment of President’s bodyguards
Gurgaon youth files PIL against caste-based recruitment of President’s bodyguards

The plea says only three castes, Jat Sikhs, Hindu Jats and Hindu Rajputs, are allowed to participate in the selection process

No more gold to strike in sand, 25 out of 110 mines auctioned last year lying idle
No more gold to strike in sand, 25 out of 110 mines auctioned last year lying idle

Only 16 bidders turned up for auction of another 51 mines held two days ago

Battle back in courts again as review pleas challenge HC verdict upholding Jat quota law
Battle back in courts again as review pleas challenge HC verdict upholding Jat quota law

Two review petitions against the 2017 High Court judgment, which upheld the law, have been filed before the Punjab and Haryana High Court and will come up for hearing on March 09.

Mohali district: Traffic police fail to control rash driving as four speed interceptors lie defunct
Mohali district: Traffic police fail to control rash driving as four speed interceptors lie defunct

The district police could barely issue 120 challans for speeding from June 1, to December 31, in 2017. This year, the police have issued 18 speeding challans in the last one-and-a-half months.

Budget Meeting: MC to build one marriage palace each in Panchkula, Pinjore
Budget Meeting: MC to build one marriage palace each in Panchkula, Pinjore

For installation of LED lights in Panchkula, the MC allocated Rs 10 crore while footbridges on highways like Majri Chowk, near Jainendra Public School, Sector 20, a flyover for Rs 5 crore will come up

Thieves break into historic Saketri Shiv Mandir in Panchkula, steal jewellery worth Rs 30L
Thieves break into historic Saketri Shiv Mandir in Panchkula, steal jewellery worth Rs 30L

Police have registered an FIR of trespassing and theft. Six masked suspects were caught on CCTV cameras. The theft was reported by Buddhi Vallabh, a priest at the Durga Mandir.

Mohali gangrape: Submit status report before March 15, HC directs Mohali SSP
Mohali gangrape: Submit status report before March 15, HC directs Mohali SSP

The woman had been abducted from her home at a Mohali village and raped by three men. She had approached the High Court last month stating that the police had failed to initiate any action in the matter

Behbal Kalan firing case: Two years later, inquiry shifted to Ferozepur police
Behbal Kalan firing case: Two years later, inquiry shifted to Ferozepur police

On October 15, 2015, two persons — Krishan Bhagwan Singh and Gurjit Singh — had died in alleged police firing to break a dharna lifted in Behbal Kalan.