TV hottie Barun Sobti is back on TV after five years as Advay Singh Raizada in Star Plus’ Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon. Barun plays a dark character, who is blinded by his revenge. For the last two week, the actor was sport a heavily bearded look. But for the fans who like to see him clean shaven, Barun has got rid of his facial hair for an upcoming sequence on the show. But we are sure, girl who were swooning on his rugged look might a little disappointed. Barun Sobti in a clean shaven look.However, now as the story on the show moves forward, the makers have now decided to make Barun go back to his original clean shaven look much to the surprise of the audience. Talking about the same, Barun said “I was told to go for a haircut and shave by the makers and I just followed their instructions. Every decision taken by them is always in the favour of the show and this too has been done to connect better with the audience as now the story in Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon will go from intense to fun. Changing story graphs to call for changes that keep the excitement level pumped up in the audiences regarding our show.” Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon 3 also star Shivani Tomar, Ritu Shivpuri and Mitaali Nag.Also read: 5 times Barun Sobti made our hearts skip a beat as Arnav Singh Raizada
More than 100 residents of Norwood, St. James, have received land titles for the property that they occupy.The presentation ceremony, under the Housing Agency of Jamaica’s (HAJ) land-titling programme, was held on Sunday (July 9) at the Norwood Seventh-day Adventist Church.Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, who handed over the documents, congratulated the new property owners.“These are the individuals who have actually paid down for their lots and are receiving their registered titles. We have gone through certificate of ownership (and) this is a genuine registered title, insured by the Government of Jamaica, to demark the property you are on, and it is yours,” he noted.He said that they have made an investment in their homes and the development of a regulated, respected community, and should be proud.“The Jamaican land title is an important piece of instrument. I think many of you have invested much in your homes over the years. You have worked hard… it has taken you a long time, lots of hard work and sweat, and your own self-worth, self-pride and ambition have given you a comfortable space,” he noted.Dr. Chang urged the residents to use the titles to improve their lives.“You can use it in a way that you find appropriate. Whether you want to go to the bank and borrow some money and fix up the house or help pay the school fee; the title gives you that type of opportunity,” he pointed out.He said the Government is committed to providing the necessary infrastructure and titles for residents living in informal communities.“There are thousands of Jamaicans living in such areas… (so) what we want to do is to transform them. The programme will be adequately funded,” he noted. More than 100 residents of Norwood, St. James, have received land titles for the property that they occupy. Story Highlights “The Jamaican land title is an important piece of instrument. I think many of you have invested much in your homes over the years. You have worked hard… it has taken you a long time, lots of hard work and sweat, and your own self-worth, self-pride and ambition have given you a comfortable space,” he noted. Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, who handed over the documents, congratulated the new property owners.
OTTAWA – Elections Ontario is warning voters in the Ottawa area to double-check their polling place, after some were apparently given false information by political campaigns.A spokeswoman for the province’s electoral agency says some voters in the Ottawa-Vanier riding received information on where they should go to vote, “and the information may be incorrect.”Jessica Pellerin urges people in the riding — and across the province — to check their voter information cards, or Elections Ontario’s website, to verify where they should go to cast their ballot.She says they can also contact their returning office directly.Pellerin says the agency is not ready to identify which campaign or campaigns provided the incorrect information to voters.According to the agency’s website, the candidates for the three main parties are incumbent MPP Nathalie Des Rosiers for the Liberals, Lyra Evans for the NDP and Fadi Nemr for the Progressive Conservatives.