31032019-ATR-01.qxd 30-03-2019 23:23 Page 1 c m y b Amritsar TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 31 MARCH 2019 | AMRITSAR MC SEIZES ILLEGAL POLES INSTALLED BY TELECOM FIRM MC staff had to carry out the removal drive in police presence after arguments with firm staff. PAGE 2 SPLITSVILLE FOR PRIYANKA CHOPRA, NICK JONAS? Priyanka and Nick Jonas are not having a good time and the couple is headed for a divorce, claims a magazine. c m y b PAGE 3 IT HAS NOT BEEN AN EASY JOURNEY FOR ELNAAZ Elnaaz and her character Zoya in Sacred Games have a common thing — strong ladies with a vulnerable story. PAGE 4
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