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Punjabi Is The New Flavour AAKANKSHA NAVAL-SHETYE
It's not just a smattering of words thrown in or that one odd song with Punjabi lyrics added for effect. Instead, we are talking about the Punjabi mixed-in language being the tone throughout.
The Milkha Way by NISHITA JHA
“He would ask me to dial the number of any chief minister to set up a sporting camp in their state. All I had to say was Milkha Singh is on the line,” says his assistant.
How Three Sikh-Canadian Comics Found Global Fame by CHRIS DART
While most young comics spend years working the clubs trying to get discovered, three of Canada's hottest comedians have earned a global following without ever leaving home.
Punjabi Cinema Comes Of Age - At Last! by KISHWAR DESAI
Director Gurvinder Singh's own vision and personal story telling makes a very difficult and poignant subject come alive in Anhe Ghorre Da Daan.
Reviving Lost Punjabi Folk Dances by SHAFIQ BUTT
“It’s time to revive all forms of Punjab folk dances among higher educational institutions,” was the message the organisers hoped to convey to the youth.
Punjab's Horse Whisperer: Gurvinder Singh's Punjabi Film Bags "Best Director" Award by SARIKA SHARMA
He was named the best director for his film, "Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan", at India's 59th National Awards on Wednesday, March 7, 2012.
Hollywood Movie On bin Laden Take-Down Being Shot in Chandigarh, Patiala, Amritsar TIMES OF INDIA
The unit can't shoot the film in Pakistan owing to strained relations and the sensitivity of the issue.
Sikh-Briton Stars Showcase Their Turbans NEWS REPORT
In the short films, contributors give insight into what their turbaned identity means to them, their practical experiences of working in diverse industries ...
Atamjit Singh Play Explores Pre-Sikh History Of Punjab:
Panchnad da Paani
by PARUL BAJAJ
Set in 13th century Punjab, it depicts the struggles of the time when the Mongols were regularly attacking Punjab and the territory was being defended by the Turks.
Filming The Plight Of Sikh-Afghans Under Siege LEICESTER MERCURY
Bobby Singh, of Syston, U.K. flew to Kabul in January to shoot a documentary about the Gudwara Har Rai Sahib which has become home to about 1,000 displaced people.