NAA CHALDA LYRICS – Inder Kaur | Latest Punjabi Songs 2018

Naa Chalda - Inder Kaur lyrics from Punjabi Songs

Naa Chalda - Inder Kaur Lyrics from Punjabi Songs (2018) sung by Inder Kaur. This song is composed by Desi Crew with lyrics penned by Narinder Batth.

Dadd lage hoye si jo golibaaz chhhad te
Jatt ne record dunge bore wangu wadh te

Dadd lage hoye si jo golibaaz chhad te
Jatt ne record dungey bore wangu

Ikk babe di bless
Taiyo palle success
Batth Batthan

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Harassed by in-laws, Punjab man live-streams suicide on Facebook: Cops

A 27-year-old man hanged himself at his house in Punjab’s Gurdaspur district and live-streamed the suicide on his Facebook page on Wednesday night after being allegedly harassed by his in-laws, who wanted him to live with them, police said on Thursday.

The station house officer of Bhaini Mian Khan, Sarbjit Singh, said that Paramjit Singh was a crane operator in Karnataka and had come back to his Nanowal Jindarh village a fortnight ago after the birth of his son.

The deceased was being mentally harassed by his in-laws. They wanted him to sell off his share in his parental property at Nanowal Jindarh and settle with them at Daburji village in Amritsar district,” the SHO said.

Paramjit came back to his home in Nanowal Jindarh on Wednesday after meeting his wife at his in-laws’ house in Daburji. His wife is living with their six-day-old baby boy at her parents’ home.

The SHO said Paramjit was happy on the birth of his son and had even distributed sweets to his relatives and friends in the village on Wednesday.

Paramjit’s cousin JP Singh, who lives in Bahrain, saw the Facebook video and immediately called Paramjit’s father. en no one answered his call, JP called his father Ranjit Singh to tell him about the suicide. By the time Ranjit was able to contact Paramjit’s father, he was already dead.

Gurdaspur’s senior superintendent of police HS Bhullar said a case under sections 306 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been registered against Paramjit’s father-in-law Upkar Singh, mother-in-law Sarbjit Kaur and wife Baljit Kaur at the Bhaini Mian Khan police station.

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This 101-year-old great-grandmother keeps breaking running records

  • Published in World

Man Kaur. She may be 101, but champion runner Man Kaur refuses to slow down.

This Indian great-grandmother of 14 practices for an hour every day — sometimes sprinting, other times shot put and javelin. Kaur only started running in 2009, when her son, Gurdev Singh, suggested she take up track and field, his own hobby. She enjoyed running and Singh, 79, became her coach, helping her shave time off her runs. Seeing how well she was doing, Singh signed her up for the same meets he was competing in, and Kaur has since won 17 gold medals.

In 2017, Kaur won the gold medal for her 81-second 100-meter dash at the Americans Master Games in Canada, and she has broken several records in her age group. She’s run in meets in Taiwan, New Zealand, Singapore, and Malaysia, and is training for September’s Asia Pacific Masters Games. ur said she isn't in it for the money — in fact, she doesn't receive any prize money, and has to pay to enter the competitions. Singh told NPR.

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IPO hopeful Xiaomi set to blow past 2017 revenue target

IPO hopeful Xiaomi set to blow past 2017 revenue target

Authors: TheIndianSubcontinent News Agency

HONG KONG: Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc has told bankers it would top its annual revenue target by as much as 18 per cent, sources with knowledge of the matter said, marking a comeback from a sales slump in recent years that triggered a business overhaul.

Xiaomi, which has been hearing bank

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