Prabhneet Kaur is a content producer. She works with the multimedia division, and edits for the Ludhiana news desk of Hindustan Times.
Articles by Prabhneet Kaur
Actor Ammy Virk, producers Gunbir Sidhu, Manmord Sidhu and Harman Brar talk about ‘Saab Bahadar’, the first mystery thriller of Punjabi cinema, releasing on May 26
Updated on May 20, 2017 09:06 PM IST
Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | ByPrabhneet Kaur and Oindrila Mukherjee, Chandigarh
Videos glorifying Jats and the love for guns are not new in Punjab. But do such videos picture the truth, or are mere fiction? Decide for yourself.
The Good Samaritan has been running a free-food van on last Sunday every month to feed poor in Darwin city
As nearly 15,000 Aam Aadmi Party activists on Monday marched towards Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal’s residence in Chandigarh to protest against the foodgrain scam, another war kept raging throughout the day under hashtag #PunjabKranti which began at around 8am while by 7.30pm, #AapFlopShow was the 5th top trend in India.
Thomas Hardy in his poem ‘The Man he Killed’ calls war “quaint” and “curious,” saying that in a war “You shoot a fellow down you’d treat, if met where any bar is, or help to half a crown.” A similar message has been given by the daughter of Captain Mandeep Singh, who was killed during the 1999 Kargil war. The velfie (video-selfie) of Jalandhar-based Gurmehar Kaur was posted at Facebook by Ram Subramanian, creator of #ProfileForPeace drive.
National Entrepreneurship Summit, ‘UDYAMI 2016-Entrepreneurial Crossroads’, is an endeavour of entrepreneurship development cell of Panjab University’s University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET).
Out of Japji Sahib, Asa Di Var and Sidh-Gosht composed by the first Sikh guru Guru Nanak, Japji Sahib is what the holy book Guru Granth Sahib begins with. And Japji Sahib itself begins with the mool mantra — Ek Onkar (God is one).
Mata Bhag Kaur, popularly known as Mai Bhago was the first woman in Punjab to fight on a battlefield in 1705. Her name was featured among three of the most badass women in history by BBC on the occasion of International Women’s Day. The other two are early 19th Century Chinese pirate Ching Shih and 20th century Jeannette Rankin who was the first woman to hold a high office in the US Congress.
Like Robert Frost, she took the road less travelled by and that has made all the difference.
Labourer Surinder Pal Sharma (38) of Manjal Kalan near Patiala could have donated his kidney to his son, Vishal Sharma (17), had there been a second earning member in the family.
Though we all love our teachers but there are some who can make us skip our heartbeats, force us to attend boring lectures because they are not teachers but teachers on whom we have a crush.
Updated on Sep 09, 2015 11:08 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByPrabhneet Kaur and Divya Sharma, Chandigarh
The tradition of Raksha Bandhan is that the sister shows love for her brother by tying the sacred thread round his wrist, while the brother in turn pledges protection and care.
As Punjabi actor Neeru Bajwa celebrates her birthday on Wednesday, HT goes down memory lane to trace her journey to success.
Three months have passed since the Punjab Pre-Medical Entrance Test (PMET), 2015, was conducted by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot on May 17.
Gurdas Maan and Diljit Dosanjh have come up with a song 'Ki banu duniya da' which went on air a day before we celebrated Independence. The song has already made a place for itself in the charts.
Organ donation is still a subject of debate in society. While everyone appreciates the idea of saving a life, few get down to donating organs. As Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here celebrates Organ Donation Day on August 7 and 8, we meet a few people who have set an example to emulate.
A young couple from Khanna were in for a shock when they went for an X-ray of their four-month-old baby after he had been experiencing shortness of breath and constant cough.
The journey from school to college takes a couple of days but it can be a daunting metamorphosis for many a student. The discipline of school to the liberating environment of college is a new experience for every youngster. Hindustan Times interacted with celebrities from the region to understand just how they coped and made the most of college life.
A day before the re-test of the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) across the country, candidates and their family members kept their fingers crossed, hoping that the second attempt at the examination would be incident-free and help them better their score. They, however, admitted that the delay after the AIPMT paper leak and the Supreme Court’s cancellation of the earlier test, held on May 3, had affected preparation and could affect the final score.
Updated on Jul 24, 2015 09:22 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAastha Sharma and Prabhneet Kaur, Chandigarh
It's been three years since Bollywood actor Rajesh Khanna passed away. Hindustan Times takes a trip down memory lane to recount some little known facts about the superstar of the sixties and seventies.
Our country is surely driven by our ‘bade buzurgs,’ which was proven by a trendy topic at twitter on Monday, #IfSuperheroesWereIndians. Given the hash-tag, a lot of hilarious tweets came pouring in, in no time. But I feel comedy is a serious business these days. And in India, where we are bound by family laws forever, such tweets sounded more than just funny.