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Mrs India West 2017 Crown winner Anjali Raut Gill

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Chandigarh, May 22, 2017 (Online News India): Anjali Raut Gill, who lives in Mumbai, is married into tricity has won the Mrs India West 2017 Crown. It is noteworthy that Mrs India Pageant and Productions Pvt Ltd by Deepali Phadnis is organzing the Mrs. India World Beauty Pageant the Grand Finale of which will be held in the Month of June.

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Actor Ammy Virk talking with media persons in Chandigarh today
Actor Ammy Virk talking with media persons in Chandigarh today

Chandigarh, May 20, 2017 (Online News India): ‘Saab Bahadar’ is a story of honest, respectable and sensible man. It is all about unrevealing the mystery behind repeated crimes. Saab Bahadar is a presentation of White Hill Studios and Zee Studios, produced by Gunbir Singh Sidhu and Manmord Sidhu. Film will take you in a journey full of mystery, fear and suspense for the first time in the Punjabi cinema. The film is written by Jass Grewal, the music is given by Jattinder Shah and is Directed by Amrit Raj Chadha.

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Students perform on stage during Fancy Dress Competition at Mount Carmel School
Students perform on stage during Fancy Dress Competition at Mount Carmel School

Chandigarh, May 20, 2017 (Online News India): Inter House Fancy Dress Competition was organized by Mount Carmel School, Sector 47-B, Chandigarh, for the students of Classes VI to X today in the School premises. The day started with a Welcome speech by Juliana Marie Thomas, the Head Girl of the School. Then the School Choir presented a song ‘Dancing Queen’.

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Verka Logo
Verka Logo

Chandigarh, May 18, 2017 (Online News India): Verka is the flagship brand of the Punjab state-owned cooperative MILKFED. Since its inception, Verka has been a front runner in “Second White Revolution” of the country. With the changing times, a brand as old as Verka requires constant innovation and adaptation to meet the ever growing customer demands and keep pace with development. Keeping this in mind Verka has evolved considerably in the last 53 years.

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Journalists take part in Walkathon in Chandigarh today
Journalists take part in Walkathon in Chandigarh today

Chandigarh, August 29, 2016 (News Team): Members of the Chandigarh Press Club today participated in a first-of-its-kind morning walk event here to commemorate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Dhyan Chand. More than 20 club members took part in the walk that was led by club member and veteran photojournalist Swadesh Talwar.

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Prof Bhim Sen Dahiya giving lecture
Prof Bhim Sen Dahiya giving lecture

Chandigarh, February 19, 2016 (News Team): The Post Graduate Department of English of MCM DAV College for Women invited Prof. Bhim Sen Dahiya, former Vice Chancellor, Kurukshetra University and Chairman, Shakespeare Association for two day extension lecture on Shakespearean Revenge Tragedies and Modernism and Post Modernism.

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Chandigarh, February 14, 2016 (News Team): The Chandigarh chapter of Panchnad Research Institute organised a goshthi on the topic, 'Saraswati river - its past, present and future' in which Dr Chander Tirkha, a senior journalist and author of more than a dozen books, delivered the keynote address and observed that the research on the Saraswati river should not be commercialised and should rather become a meaningful exercise with the involvement of scholars so that the facts are unravelled. 

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Chandigarh, February 04, 2016 (News Team): Every day we wake up with the hope of battling all our fears. But very few gather the strength to look fear straight in the eye and nail it! The 14 promising contestants of this Season of Fear Factor Khatron Ke Khiladi have done exactly that. Whether it was the scare of hissing snakes on their bodies or dunking their heads inside a box full of worms, jumping off from running vehicles, speed in cars to survive a blast, battling with fire, allow deadly spiders and reptiles walk all over their face, pick slithering snakes using the mouth, walk the tight rope from scary heights - the daredevils of the Season have done it all! And to make their lives a little more precarious was Arjun Kapoor - the fun, friendly and fearless host who loved doing keeda at every possible juncture. 

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Dr Manish Ahuja Speaking on Urogenital System Disorders
Dr Manish Ahuja Speaking on Urogenital System Disorders

Chandigarh, February 01, 2016 (News Team): Among aged, prostrate is a general problem whereas disorders of urogenital system are particular. The males above 50-year are generally face prostate enlargement problem. The most common symptoms of prostrate problem are frequent urination, slow urinary flow, and feeling of incomplete evacuation, urgency and occasionally incontinence. This was stated by Dr Manish Ahuja, consultant, Urology while addressing around 110 senior citizens at a seminar on 'Urologic problems in aged' at held at Max Super Specialty Hospital Mohali. 

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Students and faculty members of MCM College celebrating 'Betiyon ki Lohri'
Students and faculty members of MCM College celebrating 'Betiyon ki Lohri' 

Chandigarh, January 13, 2016 (News Team): In keeping with its endeavour to empower women, MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh celebrated 'Betiyon ki Lohri'. The festivities of Lohri in a family have been traditionally associated with the birth of a male child but MCM celebrates the prowess of womanhood on this day to break the stereotype and revamp the context and essence of Lohri.