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On the longest day of the year, hundreds of musicians came together to illustrate the beauty in creating community through sound. Every year on the summer solstice, the Make Music New York Festival unites musicians together from all walks of life .
Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi has impressed all with her latest cover of a fashion magazine which talks about breaking body-type myths. The actress, who presented herself as the 'Better Role Model For Young Women', unveiled the cover on Wednesday (
Sidhu and 69-year-old Mr. Badesha filed leave to appeal with the B.C...They are appealing on several grounds, including that the judge erred in finding there was sufficient evidence to commit them to trial. The extradition judge erred in law by
Did you know that ace Indian badminton player Prakash Padukone's daughter Deepika was born in Copenhagen? Did you know that the last badminton world title that Saina Nehwal bagged was in Denmark in 2012? The trivia set the tone at the residence of
We had asked you, our dear readers , to tell us what it is really like for a south Indian to marry a north Indian. Here are the first two responses to our invite: W e start with the story of Siri Manjunath , a Kannadiga who married Rishi, a Punjabi.
Bhangra' @ APA Vishakhi in Melbourne Apr. 07 The Australian Punjabi Association (APA) celebrated the traditional Vishakhi festival with great enthusiasm at the Sandown Racecource, Springvale (Melbourne) in Australia. Thousands of people including
I f Bollywood is to be believed, Punjabis are rich, loud, arrogant, showy spendthrifts or a combination of either or both. Recycling these personality traits over and over again, scripts continue to bait a Punju prototype with every other community
Bhangra King Daler Mehndi says he is too expensive for playback singing in Bollywood as he will never sing for free. I want Rs 5 lakh, a business class ticket and lots of other things...I work hard for my singing and cannot do it for free, Mehndi
That's what the Sahota family thought in 2010 when their chilli sauce was picked up by Asda in front of millions of TV viewers on the BBC programme High Street Dreams. The family shrieked with delight, and the tears flowed. "We thought we had made it,
Acknowledging the contributions of Punjabis to the British society, Prime Minister David Cameron has said the community members through their hard work are helping the country's economy. "Through hard work and dedication, British Punjabis have made