Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Babbu Maan's Punjabi Film "BANJARA–The Truck Driver" Releases on December 07

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 05th December:- The versatile singer-actor of Punjabi Entertainment Industry whose songs have received not just national but international acclaim as well, and the one who has always backed meaningful cinema Babbu Maan is back to amuse his fans as an actor in ‘Banjara–The Truck Driver’ releasing on 7th December. The film is being made under the banners of Rana Ahluwalia Productions Maan Films, American System Motion Pictures, its Producers are Rana Ahulwalia, Babu Singh Maan and Harjit Mander and is being presented by Ohri Productions and is being distributed worldwide by Ohri Productions.
Last seen in Baaz (2014) as a police inspector, Babbu Maan is making a comeback in this film helmed by Mushtaq Pasha. Mushtaq Pasha-one talented filmmaker in our industry who also happens to be the recipient of the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke award.
Bankrolled by Rana Ahluwalia, Sardar Babu Singh Maan and Harjeet Mander, the trailer of the ‘Banjara’ has already been released. The film is penned down by ace screenplay writer Dheeraj Rattan and the dialogues are written by Surmeet Mavi (fame, Punjab 1984). 
Talking about the role, Babbu Maan, said that in this film he is playing the son, the grandson and the grandfather in a triple role. However, the film will not see him agein, as he is playing all these characters in the young avatar of their respective times. The film will highlight eras of 1947, 1984 and 2018 showing love interests of three generations in their younger days.
Throwing further light on the plot of the film Director Mushtaq Pasha, said that what's shown is that romance changes with time, even the clothes, manners, looks and etiquettes of actors but what remains the same is that ‘Banjara -The Truck driver.”  
Along with Babbu Maan, the cast of the movie includes Rana Ranbir, Shradha Arya, Rana Ahluwalia, Jia Mustafa, Sara Khatri, Gurpreet Kaur Bhangu, Malkeet Rauni and Parkash Gadhu.
The film is also a comeback project of Babbu, last seen in Baaz in 2014. Reportedly, Babbu Mann had to undergo several rounds of makeup, for hours, to prepare for the sequence. Babbu’s screen names in the film are Harnek Singh (1947), Nachhatar Singh (1984) and Binder Singh (2018).
The Music has been prepared by none other than Babbu Maan himself along with the lyrics too.

'Stylush' Unisex Wellness Salon Unveiled: Offers Full-Fledged & Immaculate Bridal Make Up in Just 15 Minutes

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 05th December:- City Socialite Shalu Swani's passion for keeping up with the latest research and breakthroughs in beauty, skin care and make up, took her to South Korea, where she came to know about well established, traditional and  authentic  beauty & wellness therapies of the country. She used them on herself and saw the effectiveness. This motivated her to bring these and her knowhow from other countries she visited , in form of a start up at Chandigarh. Her hard work and persistence resulted in setting up her labour of love ,  'Stylush'-a path breaking unisex wellness salon, encapsulating holistic upkeep of body, mind and soul in the city. She has been joined by the award winning and famous make-up artist(MUA) Parveen. It is noteworthy that Parveen has done over 50,000 bridal make ups over 17 years and has done make overs of 100 brides in a day. Both the founders held a preview for media of 'Stylush' at an exclusive unveiling of the studio, which has a very English feel to it, in the decor and interiors.  
Shalu talking about some of the many firsts 'Stylush' has brought to the city, said that invasive anti ageing techniques are now passe . We treat the root of skin problems i.e. cells; with our boutique's fully equipped non invasive stem cell therapy spray. She said that the result oriented , natural Korean technique uses regenerated stem cells and activates lymph nodes for stalling ageing. She added frther that we have also brought to tricity for the first time 'microblading',  which is a unique permanent thickening of eyebrows, for which Parveen has taken training at a global level. We can give you permanent mink eye lashe extensions too. We also have organic pedicure & manicure with dead sea salts and jasmine oils.
Parveen said that we do facial rejuvenations with Korean masks like rice, collagen, bee pollen etc.  Japanese seaweed mask has also been introduced and anti ageing make up too is there. Our  hair detox using sweet almonds therapy from Korea is time tested. We have also brought in unique aroma therapy detox services.  
The idea behind Stylush is to create a modern beauty and wellness hub which assimilates the globe's most effective and nature friendly beauty & wellness therapies.
Considering the role played by good hair in an individual’s personality, the boutique also offers bespoke hair detoxification. The characteristic differentiating 'Stylush' from traditional beauty, hair and make-up studios is the emphasis laid on the overall wellness of an individual. Shalu added that our experts give you relaxing Japanese aroma oil massages in the pulse area and specific points on the head, even as you are taking any service at the studio. The fragrance of these aroma oils provides one with a feeling of rejuvenation.
A USP at 'Stylush' is that Parveen, the MUA, can do a perfect bridal  make-up in just 15 minutes also everyday next to skin make up in the same time. 'Stylush' has an aesthetically designed studio, for the bride Not only brides, make-up for the groom and his best man too, is available for the first time.  For destination weddings as well, there is a specially trained team ready to fly.
The studio also boasts of a UK-accredited Stylush school of make-up and hair, that aims to impart the latest know-how in the world of cosmetology to those aspiring to be aestheticians.
Other services offered at the boutique include hair detox spas, Instagram-ready nail extensions, eyebrow tinting and super selfie make up for youngsters and make up for social media socialites.

चीफ इंजीनियर को पत्र लिख मलोया रिहैबिटेशन कॉलोनी तथा धनास कॉलोनी गांव धनास एवं गांव सारंगपुर को कंजौली से आने वाली वाटर पाइपलाइन से जोड़ने का किया आग्रह

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 05th December:- भारतीय जनता पार्टी चंडीगढ़ के मंडल अध्यक्ष संजीव वर्मा ने चीफ इंजीनियर मुकेश आनंद एवं मेंबर पार्लिमेंट मैडम किरण खेर को एक पत्र लिखकर मलोया रिहैबिटेशन कॉलोनी तथा धनास की  पांचो कॉलोनी अमन, चमन,अंबेडकर, 2हाउसिंग बोर्ड कॉलोनी एवं  मिलक कॉलोनी,  गांव धनास  रिहैबिटेशन कॉलोनी धनास एवं गांव सारंगपुर को कंजौली से आने वाली वाटर पाइपलाइन से जोड़ने का आग्रह किया
मंडल अध्यक्ष संजीव वर्मा ने पत्र लिखकर चीफ इंजीनियर मुकेश आनंद को कहा कि आपके पास पिछले कई महीनों से धनास एवं मलोया को कंजौली पाइप लाइन से जोड़ने की ऐस्टीमेट की फाइल पेंडिंग पड़ी है तथा कहा कि मलोया में रिहैबिटेशन कॉलोनी को इसी महीने आखिर में भारत के प्रधानमंत्री श्री नरेंद्र मोदी जी द्वारा कॉलोनी निवासियों को उनके अपने मकानों में रहने के लिए चाबियां सोपने का कार्यक्रम है कुछ ही दिनों बाद वहां पर बड़ी संख्या में निवासी रहने के लिए आएंगे क्योंकि वहां पर सिर्फ 5 ट्यूबवेल लगाए गए हैं जो कि उन लोगों को पानी की आपूर्ति के लिए कम है आने वाले समय में पानी की समस्या रहेगी वहीं धनास में भी रिहैबिटेशन कॉलोनी एवं 5 कॉलोनियां 2 गांव आते हैं वहां पर भी लंबे समय से पानी की समस्या आ रही है, पानी का ग्राउंड लेवल भी 300 फुट नीचे जा चुका है आने वाले समय में 29 एमजीडी पानी चंडीगढ़ को मिलने वाला है, क्योंकि चंडीगढ़ की एक बड़ी संख्या इन इलाकों में रहती है, उनको नजरअंदाज ना किया जाए तथा जल्द से जल्द उस फाइल को हायर अथॉरिटी के पास भेज कर इसकी अप्रूवल करवाएं 
मंडल अध्यक्ष ने पत्र लिखकर किरण खेर आग्रह किया कि इस मसले को लेकर चीफ इंजीनियर मुकेश आनंद को आदेश दें कि जल्द से जल्द फाइल क्लियर कर इस काम को जल्द से जल्द शुरू करवा कर  मलोया तथा धनास को कंजौली पाइप लाइन से जोड़ा जाए, ताकि आने वाले दिनों में पानी की समस्या ना रहे

5th Blood Donation Camp organized: 129 Units of Blood Donated

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 05th December:- 5th Blood Donation camp was organized by Kuljit Singh Mintoo in which 129 units were donated. This camp was dedicated to Thalassemic children .In this camp team of Doctor was from PGI.
Kuljit Singh Mintoo said that in 2 Dec 2013 Bonemarro transplant was done  of his son Karamveer singh at CMC Ldh Dr Joseph John done this Transplant. His elder son Mansaheb Singh donate his bone marrow to his younger brother.
Today Mansaheb also Donate blood for 2nd time . This camp was organized to thank God for success full transplant.

"Dentafix" Dental Clinic Care Inaugurated

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 05th December:- Excise and Taxation Commissioner, Chandigarh Jitender Yadav inaugurated a new dental clinic Dentafix at sector-27 Chandigarh.
Dr Aman Bhatia, owner of Dentafix, said that the facilities like treating oral cancer and gum Implant will be provided under one roof in the clinic. Poor patient will be treated on very nominal charges. He added that clinic will cater free pain management to the needy poor patients.
Dr Aman Bhatia’s wife Dr. Priyanka is an oral cancer specialist and he himself having expertise in gum implant. The clinic has five member team of super specialist team.
The Excise and Taxation Commissioner congratulated Dr. Aman Bhatia on opening a unique new clinic.

Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company’s Individual New Business Premium Rises by 72% in Punjab and 31% in Haryana

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 05th December:- Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company Ltd., one of the leading private life insurers of the country achieved its new milestone in Punjab by registering a stellar growth of 72% in individual new business premium for the period H1FY2018-19. The individual new business premium was recorded at Rs 25 crore for H1FY2018-19 as compared to Rs 15 crore for the same period last year. In Haryana too, the company witnessed a 31% growth in the individual new business premium from Rs 11 crore for H1FY2017-18 to Rs 15 crore for H1FY2018-19.
The company holds a strong presence in North India and has been one of the leading private life insurers in the region. For H1FY2018-19, the life insurer has covered 7,231 number of lives in Punjab and 14,804 in Haryana. Its average ticket size in Punjab witnessed a 58% growth from Rs 68,722 to Rs 108,300 (including single premium policies) in H1FY2018-19. In Haryana too, Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance recorded a 10% growth in its average ticket size from Rs 51,187 to Rs 56,141 for the same period.
Speaking to the media during his visit to the state, Manish Sangal, Chief Agency Officer, Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company, said that Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance has taken several initiatives this year towards insuring the life goals of customers. These include introducing innovative and value-packed products, technological interventions to further increase customer delight, and expanding our customer touch-points. We are confident that these initiatives will enable many more people to enjoy the living benefits of life insurance, and help us strengthen our market position as life goal enablers.
Commenting on the region, he added that Punjab and Haryana continue to be our key markets, clocking a healthy growth over the years. We will further strengthen our presence in the states to insure the life goals of many more Indians. 
Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance continues to grow at a faster rate than the industry with a 12.7% uptick in the individual rated new business premium, while the industry grew by 9.9% and the private life insurers’ growth stood at 11.4% in H1FY2018-19.

Chandigarh Administration inks MoU with Rotary Club Chandigarh to Setup Health Education Center

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 05th December:- Chandigarh Administration and Rotary Club of Chandigarh have signed a memorandum of understanding for setting up one-of-its-kind Health Education Centre in the city.
The MoU was signed by B.L. Sharma, Secretary Education, representing the UT Administration and President of the Club, AP Singh in the presence of V.P.Singh Badnore, Governor of Punjab and Administrator UT, Parimal Rai, Advisor to the Administrator, UT IG Sanjay Baniwal, former world president of Rotary International Rajendra K. Saboo and other senior officers of the UT Administration.
V.P.Singh Badnore commended Rotary’s endeavours for this unique project and the first one in the country to be setup in the city, and said that this is a new beginning and Administration would like to partner with Rotary Club Chandigarh for its various other initiatives.
Former world president of Rotary International, RK Saboo said that the Club would be spending approximately US$ 300,000 (Rs.2.2 crores) for the Centre for which expertise, and know how shall come from US-based, McMillen Health Centre, located in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
This state-of-the-art Health Education Centre is meant to educate school students about fundamentals  of medical science, human physiology, and  would also serve as Training Centre to impart training to master trainers as well as teachers, informed former world president of Rotary International Rajendra K Saboo who had conceived the project.
Chandigarh Administration has decided to setup this Centre in Government Model High School, Sector 22C, in the first phase, and later a site would be identified by a committee comprising representatives of the Engineering, and Architecture departments and the District Education Officer.
It would also work as centre of excellence in providing basic medical education, health checkup and training, and would be managed by a team of administrative staff, team of doctors and experts under a society which shall have Advisor to the Administrator as Chairman while Home, Health, Finance and Education Secretaries of the Chandigarh Administration as members along with various other members from various departments as well as the head of the PGI, and two members of the Rotary Club.

CPCB Environmental Training Programme on Indoor & Outdoor Air Pollution, Standards & Impacts on Human Health: Case Studies Begins at PGI

By 121 News
Chandigarh 05th December:- A three-day residential training programme on the Air Pollution and Human Health: Case Studies’ commenced today.  Dr. Ravindra Khaiwal, Additional Professor of Environment Health, School of Public Health, Department of Community Medicine, PGIMER and Dr. Suman Mor, Assistant Professor, Department of Environment Studies, Panjab University are coordinating the programme. Over 40 participants from various pollution control board, including public health practitioners, medical professionals, environmentalists and researchers representing over 15 states are attending the training programme.
T.C. Nautiyal, IFS, Chief Guest of the event and Member Sectary of Chandigarh Pollution Control (CPCC) highlighted that there is need to generate the local evidence of air pollution as health effects depends on the type of pollutants. He stressed that it is important to build a collaboration of pollution control boards, health institutions and university to better understand the health risk of air pollution. Prof SK Mehta, highlighted that existing infrastructure of tri-city institutions and universities should be explored to support human health risk studies.
Dr. Ravindra Khaiwal, Organizing Secretary and Associate Professor of Environment Health highlighted that workshop aims to build capacity of the staff of Pollution Control Boards, researchers and scientists to conduct air pollution exposure and health risk assessment studies in their respective states as an aid to policy measure. He stressed that existing infrastructure of medical institutes, engineering institutes and universities should be explored to build a network of air pollution exposure and health risk studies.
Dr. Suman Mor, mentioned that there is need to build capacity of regional institutions to support National Clean Air Action Plan. She further stated that to build the capacity existing infrastructure of tri-city institutions and universities under CRIKC can be explored to formulate regional center of excellence on air pollution and health. 
Prof. Surinder Jindal, ex-Head, Department of Pulmonary Medicine, highlighted that air causes asthma and chronic bronchitis leading to an enormous health care burden in India and which can be prevented by controlling the associated risk factors.
Prof Arun Aggarwal, key speaker of the day highlighted that various health effects of air pollutants starting from respiratory discomfort to severe heart diseases. He also stressed that adverse impact of air pollution can be minimized through traditional yoga, pranayama and daily exercise. The first day of the programme also included the invited lecture of Prof. Harshal Salve from AIIMS-Delhi, Prof Vinayak Sinha from IISER- Mohali.
This environmental training programme will raise the knowledge about the air pollutants, exposure pathways and health effects to better plan the air pollution control strategies and their implementation to reduce the burden of air pollution related deaths and diseases. The progamme is being jointly organized by School of Public Health, Department of Community Medicine, PGIMER in collaboration with Department of Environment Studies, Panjab University (PU) and is sponsored by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)-Delhi