Shiv Kumar was born on 23 July 1936 in village Bara Pind Lohtian,
Shakargarh Tehsil, Sialkot District (now in Pakistan), Father Pandit
Krishan Gopal, village tehsildar in the revenue department, Mother
Shanti Devi, a housewife.In 1947, when he was aged 11, his family moved
to Batala Gurdaspur after partition of India, where his father continued
his work as a patwari and young Shiv received his primary education.Allegedly,
he was a dreamy child, often vanishing for the duration of the day, to
be found lying under trees by the riverbank close to the Mandir outside
the village,lost in a brown reverie. He appears to have been fascinated
by local renditions of the Hindu epic Ramayana, as well as wandering minstrel singers, snake charmers.
Shiv Kumar Batalv
Date of Birth
23 July 1936
Barapind,Punjab,British India (present day Pakistan)
Zodiac sign/Sun sign
diploma in Civil Engineering(Not Completed)
Height in centimeters
Height in meters
Height in Feet Inches
Weight in Kilograms
Weight in Pounds
6 May 1973
Punjab University For matriculation
Punjab University,Baring Union Christian College, Batala,S.N. College, Qadian,Govt. Ripudaman College,Nabha.
Pandit Krishan Gopal,(Tehsildar in the Revenue Department)
Shanti Devi(a Housewife)
Arun(5 February 1967)
Meharban (1968),Puja (1969).
Some More Notes About Shiv Kumar Batalvi
He Was Youngest recipient of Sahitya Akademi Award
after his marriage, in 1968, he shifted to Chandigarh, where he joined the State Bank of India, as a PRO.
Many of his poems were sung by Deedar Singh Pardesi. Jagjit Singh-Chitra Singh, and Surinder Kaur.
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s rendition of one of his poem “Maye ni Maye” is known for its soulfulness and imagery.
In a album, Rabbi (2004), by Rabbi Shergill features, his poem, “Ishtihar”.
Hans Raj Hans also did a popular album, ‘Gham’, on His Poetry.
In 2004, Punjabi play titled Dardaan Da Darya based on the life of Shiv Kumar was performed at ‘Punjab Kala Bhavan’, Chandigarh.
“Ajj Din Chhadeya Tere Rang Varga,” was adapted in 2009 Hindi movie Love Aaj Kal which became an instant hit.
In 2012, Album titled “Panchee Ho javan” based on same titled poem written by Shiv Kumar Batalvi was sung by Jasleen Royal and the album also contains another song “Maye Ni” based on the poem “Maye ni Maye”.
Also in 2014, Pakistani pop singer Sarmad Qadeer scored a hit single on the official Asian Download chart in the UK with his interpretation of “Maiye Ni Maiye”.
His poem “Ikk Kudi Jihda Naam Mohabbat Ghum Hai” was made into a song featured in Udta Punjab. Featuring Alia Bhatt, it was sung by Shahid Mallya and later reprised by Diljit Dosanjh.
Shiv Kumar Batalvi died in Kiri Mangial during the early morning hours of 6 May 1973.
He would wake up after a short sleep around 4:00 A.M. and begin his day by again taking a couple of sips of Scotch.
In May 1972, Shiv visited England on the invitation of Dr. Gupal Puri and Mrs. Kailash Puri.
The famous artist S. Sobha Singh was also present who had travelled on his own expense to see Shiv.
Miss Pooja (born 4 December 1980) Gurinder Kaur Kainth is an Indian singer. She has become the largest-selling female artist in India and overseas. A partial reason for her success is the rapid increase in the number of songs that she continues to record. She has released duets with more than 100 singers. Here is Some More Dtails About Miss Pooja.
Gurinder Kaur Kainth
in centimeters- 155 cm
in meters- 1.55 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 1”
in Kilograms- 50 kg
in Pounds- 110 lbs
Golden & Black
Date of Birth
4 December, 1980
Patiala University, Punjab, India
M.A. in Music
B.Ed in Music
Mohali, Punjab, India
Maninder Kaur Kainth
Name Not Known
Singing: Jaan Ton Piyari (2006) “Second Hand Jawani” in the film Cocktail (2013, Bollywood) Album: Romantic Jatt (2009) Film:: Panjaban,Channa Sachi Muchi (2010)
“Surprise” with Deep Mahala & Preet Lali “Go Crazy” with Punjabi By NatureChoice with Manjit Rupowalia
“Jugni Chandigarh Di” with Deep Mahala Aetbaar with Dark MC Jatt Tinka with APS Tinka Gill Gabroo with Apache Indian
“Pajero” with Veer Sukhwant Pind Wal Gera with K. Kashmir “Jeep” with Harry Mirza “Dafa Hoja” with Foji “Ruttan” with Bai Amarjit
“Kothe te Speaker” with Mintu Dhuri “Mitran Di Vaari” with Pulla Labhna “Prince N Pooja” with Roshan Prince “Oh Kudi” with Juglee J “Saadgi” with Rai Jujhar “Doriya” with Kuldeep Rasila “Wrong Number” with Gurvinder Brar “Homegrown” with Punjabi by Nature “Pub Te Club” with Preet Brar
“Poodna Returns” with Deep Mahala “Jhona 3” with Shinda Shonki
“Hero” with Bai Amarjit “Patrol 2” with Preet Brar “Jhona 2” with Shinda ShonkiBaazi with Manjit Rupowalia Chah Da Cup 2 with Babu Chandigarhia
“Ek Tere Karke” with Preet Brar “Safari” with Kuldeep Rasila “Tere Jaan Banke” with Darshan Khella “Pind da Shingar” with Shinda Shonki
Dilpreet Dhillon was born in Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab, India on 24 August 1991. His real name is Amrinder Singh but he is famous for his nickname Dilpreet Dhillon. He is a well known Punjabi singer and actor and he got name and fame with his song “Gunday”. He made his first debut movie that is Once Upon a Time in Amritsar Is Flop Movie. He is One Of the popular and famous personality in Punjabi industry. Dilpreet-Dhillon got married to Aamber Dhaliwal on 15 January 2018.
Zayed Khan was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India on 5 July 1980. He is an Indian Film Actor, Producer and he works in Bollywood Film Industry. His on-screen debut with Hindi Film Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne in 2003. Zayed Khan received two Filmfare Awards for his Hindi Movies “Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne, Main Hoon Na”. His Father Sanjay Khan is also an Actor and His Mother Zarine Khan is also an Actress. Zayed Khan has three sisters, Farah Khan Ali, Suzanne Khan & Simone Arora Khan. Zayed Khan had relation with Esha Deol,Dia Mirza, and Malaika Parekh and Zayed got Married to Malaika Parekh on 20 November 2005.
Zayed Abbas Khan
Age (As in 2019)
Date of Birth
5 July 1980
Zodiac sign/Sun sign
Height in centimeters
Height in meters
Height in Feet Inches
Weight in Kilograms
Weight in Pounds
Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne (2003)
Adventure Sports, Scuba Diving, Cars, Computer games
Ayushmann Khurrana was born 14 September 1984 in Chandigarh to Anita and P. Khurrana,as Nishant Khurrana, later his parents changed his name to Ayushmann Khurrana when he was 3 years old. He studied at St. John’s High School and DAV College in Chandigarh.He majored in English literature and has a master’s degree in Mass Communication from the School of Communication Studies, Punjab University.He did serious theatre for five years. He was also the founding member of DAV College’s “Aaghaaz” and “Manchtantra”, which are active theatre groups in Chandigarh. He conceived and acted in street plays and won prizes in national college festivals such as Mood Indigo (IIT Bombay), OASIS (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani) and St. Bedes Shimla. He also won a Best Actor award for playing Ashwatthama in Dharamvir Bharati’s Andha Yug and was invited to the 2017 Actors’ Roundtable hosted by Rajeev Masand.
Actor, Singer, Writer
“Vicky Arora” Vicky Donor (2012)
in centimeters– 175 cm in meters– 1.75 m in feet inches– 5’ 9”
At least one gunman killed 49 people and wounded more than 20 during
Friday prayers at two New Zealand mosques in the country’s worst ever
mass shooting, which Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern condemned as
A gunman broadcast live footage on Facebook of the
attack on one mosque in the city of Christchurch, mirroring the carnage
played out in video games, after publishing a “manifesto” in which he
denounced immigrants, calling them “invaders”.New Zealand was placed on
its highest security threat level, Ardern said, adding that four people
taken into custody held extremist views but had not been on any police
is clear that this can now only be described as a terrorist attack,”
Ardern said, call this “one of New Zealand’s darkest days”.
Police said later three people were in custody and one man in his late 20s had been charged with murder. He will appear in court on Saturday.
The visiting Bangladesh cricket team was arriving for prayers at one of the mosques when the shooting started but all members were safe, a team coach told Reuters.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush said 49 people had been killed in total.
The video footage widely circulated on social media, apparently taken by a gunman and posted online live as the attack unfolded, showed him driving to one mosque, entering it and shooting randomly at people inside.
Worshippers, possibly dead or wounded, lay huddled on the floor, the video showed. Reuters was unable to confirm the authenticity of the footage.
One man who said he was at the Al Noor mosque told media the gunman was white, blond and wearing a helmet and a bulletproof vest. The man burst into the mosque as worshippers were kneeling for prayers.
Members of a family react outside the mosque following the shooting in Christchurch. (REUTERS)
“He had a big gun … he came and started shooting everyone in the mosque, everywhere,” said the man, Ahmad Al-Mahmoud. He said he and others escaped by breaking through a glass door.
Forty-one people were killed at the Al Noor mosque, seven at a mosque in the Linwood neighbourhood and one died in hospital, police said. Hospitals said children were among the victims.
Shortly before the attack began, an anonymous post on the discussion site 8chan, known for a wide range of content including hate speech, said the writer was going to “carry out an attack against the invaders” and included links to a Facebook live stream, in which the shooting appeared, and a manifesto.
The manifesto cited “white genocide”, a term typically used by racist groups to refer to immigration and the growth of minority populations, as his motivation.
The Facebook link directed users to the page of a user called brenton.tarrant.9.
A Twitter account with the handle @brentontarrant posted on Wednesday images of a rifle and other military gear decorated with names and messages connected to white nationalism. What looked like the same weapons appeared in the livestream of the mosque attack on Friday.
It was not immediately clear if the attacks at the two mosques were carried out by the same man. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said one of the men in custody was Australian.
All mosques in New Zealand had been asked to shut their doors and armed guards posted at them, police said, adding they were not actively looking for any other “identified suspects”.
Political and Islamic leaders across Asia and the Middle East condemned the killings.
“I blame these increasing terror attacks on the current Islamophobia post-9/11,” Pakistan’s prime minister, Imran Khan, posted on social media. “1.3 billion Muslims have collectively been blamed for any act of terror.”
Al-Azhar University, Egypt’s 1000-year-old seat of Sunni Islamic learning, said the attacks had “violated the sanctity of the houses of God”. “We warn the attack is a dangerous indicator of the dire consequences of escalating hate speech, xenophobia, and the spread of Islamophobia.”
Six Indonesians had been inside one of the mosques, with three managing to escape and three unaccounted for, its foreign minister said. Afghanistan’s ambassador said on Twitter three Afghans had been wounded. Two Malaysians were wounded, their foreign ministry said.
Muslims account for just over 1 percent of New Zealand’s population, a 2013 census showed.
‘FIRING WENT ON AND ON’
The online footage, which appeared to have been captured on a camera strapped to a gunman’s head, showed him driving as music played in his vehicle. After parking, he took two guns and walked a short distance to the mosque where he opened fire.
Over the course of five minutes, he repeatedly shot worshippers, leaving more than a dozen bodies in one room alone. He returned to the car during that period to change guns, and went back to the mosque to shoot anyone showing signs of life.
One man, with blood still on his shirt, said in a television interview that he hid from a gunman under a bench and prayed that he would run out of bullets.
“I was just praying to God and hoping our God, please, let this guy stop” Mahmood Nazeer told TVNZ.
“The firing went on and on. One person with us had a bullet in her arm. When the firing stopped, I looked over the fence, there was one guy, changing his gun.”
The video shows the gunman then driving off at high speed and firing from his car. Another video, taken by someone else, showed police apprehending a gunman on a pavement by a road.
Police said improvised explosive devices were found. The gunman’s video had shown red petrol canisters in the back of his car, along with weapons.
The Bangladesh cricket team is in Christchurch to play New Zealand in a third cricket test starting on Saturday.
“They were on the bus, which was just pulling up to the mosque when the shooting begun,” Mario Villavarayen, a team coach, told Reuters in a message. “They are shaken but good.”
The third cricket test was cancelled, New Zealand Cricket said later.
Violent crime is rare in New Zealand and police do not usually carry guns.
Before Friday, New Zealand’s worst mass shooting was in 1990 when a gun-mad loner killed 13 men, women and children in a 24-hour rampage in the tiny seaside village of Aramoana. He was killed by police.
Rishabh Pant was born in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India to Rajendra Pant and Saroj Pant. In his fourth standard, he started playing on matting tracks with teenagers. Pant started his career by coaching under Tarak Sinha at the Sonnet cricket academy. His coach Sinha suggested Pant to switch to Rajasthan to play U-13 and U-15 cricket but to no avail. Pant was told by his mentor to overhaul his entire batting technique which based on Hand-eye co-ordination to become a better batsman.His turning point came when he was playing U-19 cricket for Delhi against Assam. Pant had top-scored with 35 but was severely reprimanded by the coach for giving his wicket away at a hat-trick. He then hit 150 in the second innings which was the most important knock in his career.
Rishabh Rajendra Pant
Indian Cricketer (Batsman and Wicket-keeper)
in centimeters- 170 cm in meters- 1.70m in feet Inches- 5’ 7”
Test debut vs England at Trent Bridge, Aug 18, 2018 Last Test vs Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground, Jan 03, 2019 ODI debut vs Windies at Barsapara Cricket Stadium, Oct 21, 2018 Last ODI vs Australia at Feroz Shah Kotla, Mar 13, 2019 T20 debut vs England at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Feb 01, 2017 Last T20 vs Australia at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Feb 27, 2019 IPL debut vs Gujarat Lions at Feroz Shah Kotla, Apr 27, 2016 Last IPL vs Mumbai Indians at Feroz Shah Kotla, May 20, 2018
#77 (India) #77 (Domestic)
Nature on field
Likes to play against
Delhi, India U19, Delhi Capitals, India, India A, North Zone, India Blue, India Red, Indian Board Presidents XI
Career Turning Point
Performance in the 2016 U19 World Cup.
Date of Birth
4 October 1997
Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
The Indian Public School, Dehradun
Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University, New Delhi
In 2016, Delhi Daredevils bought him for 1.9 Crore (INR) from a base price of 10 lakhs (INR).
He holds the record for the fastest fifty in the U19 World Cup history (18 balls).
Once He Was thrown out of an Cricket Academy.
He is the ‘Emerging Player of the Season’ in IPL 11 In 2018,for Delhi Daredevils he was the 2nd highest run-scorer in the tournament with 684 runs, hit the most number of 6s (37) and 4s (68).
Records By Rishab Pant
• In the 2016 Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh, he was India’s 2nd highest run-scorer with 267 runs.
• In the 2016 Under-19 World Cup, he scored the fastest half-century (18 balls).
• In the 2016–17 Ranji Trophy, Pant scored 308 runs against Maharashtra and became the 3rd youngest Indian and 4th overall, to hit a triple century in first-class cricket.
• In November 2016, Pant scored the fastest century (in 48 balls) in the Ranji Trophy, against Jharkhand.
• In 2018, he became the 1st Indian and 6th overall player to take 7 catches on Test debut as a wicket-keeper.
• In 2018, he became the 1st Indian and 12th overall player to hit a six as the first scoring shot on Test debut.
• The first ever Indian-wicketkeeper to score a century in England.