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Avrodh is a retelling, sans any jingoistic and provocative dialogues or scenes, of how the government and armed forces worked tirelessly to avenge the killing of 19 soldiers at an Army base camp in Uri.

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Vidya Balan owns the material that she is given, course-correcting every time she tends to slip into being mannered. The supporting cast is fine.

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The songwriters released the video days after raising concerns about lack of credits for their work on various music streaming platforms.

Technology

Reno4 Pro launch, OPPO, fast charging

OPPO Reno4 Pro also promises a host of other features that will take the market by storm. With its 3D Borderless Sense Screen that curves 55.9 degrees and sleek design, the Reno4 Pro is going to turn heads.

The CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google faced an onslaught of questions posed by a 15-member panel of democratic and republican lawmakers at the historic hearing on Capitol Hill.

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OnePlus 8T can be one of the first devices to run Android 11 out-of-the-box. Android 11 is expected to surface in the third quarter of 2020 which can be in September as well. 

Ludhiana News

Punjab’s latest hotspot Ludhiana critically short of beds for critical Covid care
Punjab’s latest hotspot Ludhiana critically short of beds for critical Covid care

Out of total 761 beds available for Covid care in the district (450 in government facilities and 311 in private), a major chunk — 685 beds — is for Level 1 and Level 2 patients. The remaining 76 beds for critical Covid care seem too less for the most thickly populated district of Punjab.

Afghan Sikhs leave their own country: What has come along, what they left behind
Afghan Sikhs leave their own country: What has come along, what they left behind

“It has been four months since the attack on March 25 but my daughter still trembles in fear. She screams in the night, gets nightmares and asks ‘why did they attack us?” says Malmeet Kaur (26), Poonam’s mother, who was born in Kabul.

In African swine fever outbreak in N-E, a ‘piggy’ jackpot for Punjab
In African swine fever outbreak in N-E, a ‘piggy’ jackpot for Punjab

The pigs were to be originally sent to the North East states, but the plan got derailed with the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak in the Seven Sisters.

Punjab: Patient shifted from DMC dies, govt issues showcause
Punjab: Patient shifted from DMC dies, govt issues showcause

The family alleged that they had taken the patient to civil hospital after DMCH stated that they had a shortage of beds. In civil hospital, he could not get a ventilator.

Midday meal during pandemic: Punjab minister says grain, cooking cost distribution started for summer holidays
Midday meal during pandemic: Punjab minister says grain, cooking cost distribution started for summer holidays

“In the tough times due to the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, our government is ensuring delivery of foodgrains at the doorsteps and cooking cost in the banks accounts of the students,” said Punjab school education minister Vijay Inder Singla.

Punjab: Over 62% drop in export of readymade garments
Punjab: Over 62% drop in export of readymade garments

Compared to exports worth Rs 29,008.41 crore done in April- June, 2019, the figure was was only Rs 10,955.42 crore in the same period this year.

4 PCS officers recover, raring to get back to work
4 PCS officers recover, raring to get back to work

ADC (Jagraon) Neeru Katyal Gupta, who tested positive on July 7, remained in Ludhiana’s DMCH till July 13 with mild symptoms.

Ludhiana: PAU campus closed after two employees test COVID-19 positive
Ludhiana: PAU campus closed after two employees test COVID-19 positive

As per the latest orders issued by the varsity registrar, the campus will remain completely closed till July 24 and only “essential field activities” will be allowed, following “instructions/guidelines to prevent spread of COVID-19”.

Man tied to tree, thrashed, garlanded with shoes at Ludhiana village; probe on
Man tied to tree, thrashed, garlanded with shoes at Ludhiana village; probe on

The police registered an FIR against the girl’s paternal uncle, neighbour and other unidentified villagers for allegedly humiliating and assaulting the man Friday late, after the videos of the incident went viral on social media.

Writing their exams in paddy fields, kirana shops, these students balance studies, work
Writing their exams in paddy fields, kirana shops, these students balance studies, work

Another boy wrote his paper while sitting in a kirana shop where he was helping his father. Likewise, students are posting pictures which show the conditions in which they are living.

Traders log into digital marketing courses to keep businesses going
Traders log into digital marketing courses to keep businesses going

Many industrialists are doing short courses in digital marketing. A batch of 33 industrialists have started a four weeks’ digital marketing course from July 2 till July 31 in Ludhiana.

A project that has green activists seeing red
A project that has green activists seeing red

A ‘cycle valley’ is already coming up adjacent to Mattewara forest, villagers, activists fear industrial park will further disturb ecology.

Barred from entering cantonment area since March-end, milk vendors to approach Bathinda DC for help
Barred from entering cantonment area since March-end, milk vendors to approach Bathinda DC for help

“We have been into the milk vending business for generations, we don’t know any other work. But coronavirus has put us in a tight spot. We used to supply milk at Rs 50 per kg in family quarters of the cantonment area for the past many years,” said one of the milk vendors of village Bibiwala.

In Amritsar, Covid claims every 20th patient, in Punjab every 40th
In Amritsar, Covid claims every 20th patient, in Punjab every 40th

One of the reasons behind Amritsar reporting most deaths is that the Government Medical College in the district acts as a referral centre for patients from other districts. The GMC has has a tertiary care facility available too.

Patiala: Five days on, man who brutally killed dog arrested, bailed out instantly
Patiala: Five days on, man who brutally killed dog arrested, bailed out instantly

On July 5, Manga Singh had allegedly thrashed a dog to death with bricks and sticks and dragged her with a motorbike, till she died. The dog had given birth to four puppies late on July 4.

1 IAS officer, 3 more PCS officers test positive in Punjab
1 IAS officer, 3 more PCS officers test positive in Punjab

A medical officer posted at Guru Gobind Singh Medical College and Hospital has also tested positive, confirmed Civil Surgeon, Faridkot, Dr Rajinder Kumar. With this the total number of health workers testing positive in the state now stands at 54.

Dissidents elect RS MP Dhindsa as SAD chief; party cries ‘fraud’
Dissidents elect RS MP Dhindsa as SAD chief; party cries ‘fraud’

Currently, Ferozepur MP Sukhbir Singh Badal is the SAD president, his third consecutive term at the helm of the party founded in 1920.

Lawyer once booked under UAPA now defends other such accused
Lawyer once booked under UAPA now defends other such accused

Till now, he has represented around 70 people booked under UAPA in different courts of Punjab.

Punjab: Dhindsa to float his own political party today
Punjab: Dhindsa to float his own political party today

Gurmeet Singh Johal, media adviser of Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa, told The Indian Express: “Name of the party will be announced by Dhindsa ji only. He will be coming to Ludhiana on Tuesday and a programme will be organised in Gurdwara Shaheedan in Model Town area.”

Ludhiana: Jail official booked for ‘arranging phone, SIM card’ for Youth Congress leader behind bars
Ludhiana: Jail official booked for ‘arranging phone, SIM card’ for Youth Congress leader behind bars

After the SIM card was recovered, along with a mobile phone, from the barrack on July 4 (Saturday), the police have now registered an FIR against the jail official, the Youth Congress leader and his friend for allegedly smuggling phone and the SIM card.

2015 ‘BIR’ theft case: SIT names Sirsa Dera head in five-year-old case, says plans afoot to question him
2015 ‘BIR’ theft case: SIT names Sirsa Dera head in five-year-old case, says plans afoot to question him

Apart from the Sirsa Dera head, Gurmeet Ram Rahim, three national committee members of Dera Sacha Sauda — Harsh Dhuri, Sandeep Bareta and Pardeep Kaler — have also been nominated in the same FIR.

We all need to learn to live with corona: Punjab health minister
We all need to learn to live with corona: Punjab health minister

“Day-to-day works have to be done. We just can’t sit back at our houses for months together. We all need to learn to live with corona following all guidelines,” Punjab Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu said.

Store with ‘Gupta & Daughters’ signboard in news again: Chemist does FB live to ‘expose drug business mafia’, Assn says he is ‘misguiding the public’
Store with ‘Gupta & Daughters’ signboard in news again: Chemist does FB live to ‘expose drug business mafia’, Assn says he is ‘misguiding the public’

In video, store manager shows difference between wholesale rate and retail price of medicines, says ‘people being looted’.

Day after bus accident, tiny Sikh community in Pakistan mourns a sea of loss
Day after bus accident, tiny Sikh community in Pakistan mourns a sea of loss

At least 22 people, including 20 Sikhs were killed when the driver of a coaster bus they were travelling in reportedly tried to take a shortcut to avoid a railway crossing and rammed the vehicle into a passenger train near Farooqabad in Sheikhupura of Punjab province.

Bihari migrant who stayed put during lockdown, dies two days before he was to board bus home
Bihari migrant who stayed put during lockdown, dies two days before he was to board bus home

Even as migrants, including those from his native district and state, started returning home citing lack of job and earning, the 42-year-old Mandal and his entire group decided to stay put.

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