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The big, fat Punjabi wedding gets...fatter
More and more Punjabis are going in for well-rehearsed and skillfully choreographed dances on special occasions. Gone are the days when one used to invite artistes to liven up an occasion, be it a marriage or an anniversary. Instead, the family has taken over to stage their own fraternal show.
More and more Punjabis are going in for well-rehearsed and skillfully choreographed dances on special occasions.

Balle-balle not enough, filmi ishtyle is in
The whole family goes to a dance school and plans a sequence of dance numbers to be presented during the wedding. Marriages this season have had a filmy touch in them. Bride, groom, their parents, siblings, uncles, aunts - each member of the family and even friends dancing to a parody of Bollywood numbers, dressed up according to theme of the songs and enacting a completely masala movie kind of a musical drama.

The whole family goes to a dance school and plans a sequence of dance numbers to be presented during the wedding.





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(From R to L) Sachin, Pankaj and Kush, sons of music director Charanjit Ahuja, with their cousin Rocky during their visit to Jalandhar on Thursday in connection with the release of music albums on Thursday.
(From R to L) Sachin, Pankaj and Kush, sons of music director Charanjit Ahuja, with their cousin Rocky during their visit to Jalandhar on Thursday in connection with the release of music albums on Thursday. Tribune photo by Pawan Sharma

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As cities and towns of Punjab grow economically, groundwater is depleting at an alarming rate. Concerned over the alarming trend of declining groundwater in Jalandhar, the CRPF, with an investment of Rs 99 lakh, has taken a lead in this regard.

Candidates relax after elections
After the hectic campaigning schedule, candidates contesting from the Phagwara Assembly constituency are now in a relaxed frame of mind. Mr Joginder Singh Mann, the Congress candidate, said though the polling was over, he was visiting and thanking his party workers.

Harwinder Kaur Scholarship for DAV College alumnus
An alumnus of the postgraduate department of chemistry from DAV College, Harwinder Kaur, has been selected for a PhD programme with scholarship in the Polytechnic University of Cataluniya, Barcelona.

 

 



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