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Charting out new tracks

Juggy D aka Jagwinder Singh Dhaliwal a UK-based singer with his heart "firmly in India" is all set to grab the spotlight with his new tracks in which he is teaming up with British musicians and producers Jay Sean and Rishi Rich. The trio, has spent 10 years ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Times of India

Juggy D performs at A State of Music

Punjabi pop lovers in the city were in for a treat when they brought in 2015 with Juggy D, when the artiste performed at A State of Music on New Year's Eve. Guests danced and sang along to hit Punjabi numbers belted out by the singer, including ...
 Times of India2 months ago Amar Sharma hosts New Year's Eve bash at Barrels in Delhi  24Dunia2 months ago
Times of India

It's a work-out: Office takes a walk in the park

When Juggy Marwah landed up for a post-lunch meeting with a top global MNC in Bengaluru recently, he was led to the patio of the office building. The head of JLL India, the country's largest real estate consultancy firm, Marwah says it was an ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Two Bit Jug Band

It's old blues & jazz from 1920 to 1940. The duo specializes in jazzy, juggy, bluesy, boozy, swingy, silly tunes that'll get you goin'! With Kenny Glastre on fingerpicking guitar and lead vocals & Gut Bucket Giff (Michael Gifford) on washtub bass, ...
 The Press NZ3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Story of two girls in times of turmoil

He is from Delhi but he always looks forward to launching his books in Calcutta. Journalist Juggi Bhasin was in the city to release his third book this week. Blood Song (Penguin Metro Reads, Rs 299), like Bhasin's earlier books - The Avenger and The Terrorist ...
 The Telegraph5 days ago
Millennium Post

Trifurcated MCD seeks reunification

ree years after the trifurcation of the erstwhile Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) that has left the civic bodies in tatters, a proposal for the merger of the three corporations have been sent to the Union Urban Development Ministry. From ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago MCDs mulling a merger?  Millennium Post1 week ago

In Pics: How these writers create the magic

01 SHAHID SIDDIQUI: Born on a historical date 15 August, he was a founder member of the Student Federation of India in Delhi University and the author of The Golden Pigeon ! Which hour of the day he writes in: I go to sleep thinking about my ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Top 5 Red Carpet Trends for Men in 2015

Top Red Carpet Trends for Men in 2015 By Neishaa Gharat, House of Gharats & Lopa Patel, Editor - For the more edgy it will be the Active Suit Another tailored extension of the many sporty influences of the season is the active ...
 Redhotcurry2 weeks ago

Unequivocal verdict

Aam Admi Party (AAP) has stunned everybody by its landslide victory in Delhi Assembly elections bagging 67 out of total of 70 seats. Curiously a local party with hardly two years of existence had the luck of decimating two giant national level ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago

BJP leaders analyse loss

Representational Image Hyderabad: Promise of low power tariff and free water apart from Aam Aadmi Party's image propelled their covener, Arvind Kejriwal, to a sensational victory in the Delhi assembly elections.This is the assessment of some of ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
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