Sunny Leone, Diljit DosanjhYouTube ScreenshotThere’s no second thought that Diljit Dosanjh must have had a blast shooting with Sunny Leone in Arjun Patiala’s song Crazy Habibi Vs Decent Munda. And we don’t even blame him if the Punjabi singer-turned-actor gets as smitten by Bollywood’s new generation Laila as everyone else in this world.As we all know that when it comes to projecting your feelings to the girl you are crushing on, Diljit is the one person who you can look up to. We all have seen how Diljit would storm Kylie Jenner’s Instagram and leave a romantic comment in Punjabi. But when Diljit was seen dancing around Sunny in Crazy Habibi song, she made him blush like a tomato with her magical touch.So when Diljit came across a meme featuring him and Sunny Leone about that reaction when a girl touch you for the first time, he couldn’t resist himself from sharing it on his Instagram timeline. Arjun Patiala is a comedy film set in Patiala. The quirky film showcases the story of a police officer (Diljit) who is known for his quirky, original and unusual ways to solve crime and how his life changes when he meets a news reporter (Kriti Sanon). The film, which also stars Varun Sharma and directed by Rohit Jugraj, is all set to release on July 26.
RENO, Nev. — More than 1,000 homes were evacuated in northern Nevada, and stranded motorists were pulled from cars stuck on flooded Northern California roads as thunderstorms arrived as part of a massive winter storm that could be the biggest to slam the region in more than a decade.Crews in California cleared trees and debris Sunday following mudslides caused by steady rain accompanying the system that could dump 15 inches in the foothills of the Sierra and heavy snow on the mountain tops before it’s expected to move east early Monday.Forecasters warned a second storm is expected to hit the already drenched area Monday night.In Nevada, emergency officials voluntarily evacuated a total of 1,300 homes in a south Reno neighbourhood Sunday afternoon as the Truckee River began to leave its banks and drainage ditches started to overflow south of U.S. Interstate 80. No injuries had been reported, but high waters forced the closure of numerous area roads, a series of bridges in downtown Reno and a pair of Interstate 80 off-ramps in neighbouring Sparks, where the worst flooding is expected to send several feet of water early Monday into an industrial area where 25,000 people work.More news: TRAVELSAVERS welcomes Julie Virgilio to the teamGov. Brian Sandoval – who declared a state of emergency on Saturday – told all non-essential state employees to stay home Monday. Bob Leighton, the Reno Fire Department’s chief of emergency operations, called it “a very dynamic situation that’s happening so fast it’s hard to keep up with the road closures.”In Northern California, toppled trees on Sunday crashed against cars and homes or blocked roads in the San Francisco Bay area, and officials rescued stranded motorists from cars stuck on flooded roads on Sunday. A woman was killed Saturday by a falling tree while she took a walk on a San Francisco Bay Area golf course.There were mudslides and flooding throughout Northern California that led to road closures, especially in the North Bay, one of the areas hardest hit and where the Napa River jumped its banks. Farther north, the U.S. 395 highway was temporarily closed in both directions in Mono County because of flooding.More news: Beep, beep! Transat hits the streets with Cubamania truckRangers at Yosemite National Park closed all roads leading to the park’s valley floor, a major attraction for visitors from around the world eager to view gushing waterfalls and gaze up at towering granite rock formations such as El Capitan and Half Dome. As of 11:56 a.m. on Jan. 8, reports KRON News, Yosemite remains closed, with the Merced River forecasted to go nearly four feet over its banks.With file from Scott Sonner And Olga R. Rodriguez, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday, January 9, 2017 Tags: Nevada, Travel Alert, Yosemite Posted by Travelweek Group Share Winter storm causes massive evacuation in Nevada, road closures in Yosemite << Previous PostNext Post >>
Posted by Travelweek Group Share Carnival Horizon adds ‘long weekend’ cruises to Bermuda to its inaugural season MIAMI – Carnival Cruise Line’s new Carnival Horizon is setting its sights on Bermuda with a series of four-day cruises from New York in spring and summer 2018.The voyages are part of the ship’s inaugural season that includes previously announced sailings to Europe from Barcelona and the Caribbean from New York and Miami.The four-day ‘long weekend’ cruises will depart Thursdays and feature a full-day visit to Bermuda. Five four-day Bermuda cruises will be offered, departing May 24, June 21, July 19, Aug. 16 and Sept. 13, 2018.Including the five Bermuda sailings aboard Carnival Horizon, Carnival Cruise Line will offer 18 different voyages to the island in 2017-18 departing from five East Coast homeports: Baltimore, Charleston, New York, ‘Port Canaveral and Fort Lauderdale.Carnival Horizon is set to debut April 2, 2018 with a 13-day Mediterranean voyage from Barcelona, the first of four roundtrip departures from this Spanish port. Currently under construction, the ship will offer a groundbreaking ‘bike-ride-in-the-sky’ attraction called SkyRide, an IMAX Theatre and a massive WaterWorks aqua park featuring a water tube slide. Plus, a wide range of accommodations will be offered, including spa cabins with exclusive privileges at the luxurious Cloud 9 Spa, extra-room staterooms in Family Harbor, and tropical-inspired Havana staterooms and suites with daytime access to a Cuban-themed bar and pool. << Previous PostNext Post >> Thursday, February 16, 2017 Tags: Carnival Cruise Line