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Months ahead of the Assembly polls, popular singer, lyricist and actor, Sidhu Moosewala joined the ruling Congress party in Punjab. Moosewala has millions of fans across the country and overseas, but he is also no stranger to controversy. He had been booked in multiple cases for promoting gun culture and also under the Arms Act — a factor that was raised by BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh, who accused the Congress of supporting “criminal elements”.

Two months after India sent a request to Pakistan for sending aid to Afghanistan via the land route, Islamabad told New Delhi on Friday that it will allow “Afghan trucks” for transportation of wheat and life-saving medicines. In an official statement, Pakistan said that this “demonstrates the commitment and seriousness of the Government of Pakistan to facilitate the proposed humanitarian assistance”.

*And Finally…*

Harshad Patel’s has been an eventful journey, one laden with rejection and dejection, doubts and setbacks, but from one which he emerged stronger to blossom late with a little inspiration from Dylan songs. There is music in his bowling, The rhythmic strides into crease, the unhurried gather and release, and the note-perfect riffs of his deliveries. In a freewheeling chat with The Indian Express, he talks Dylan and pistol shooting, Zaheer Khan and dipping yorkers, failures and resurgence, besides the riffs that make his life.

Delhi Confidential:  A bureaucrat-turned-cabinet minister was at the receiving end of BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh’s unusual outburst Friday. Saying he had won elections six times and he wasn’t “scared” of anyone, Singh walked up to the minister in Parliament’s corridors and told him that he had been seeking an appointment with him for the last three months and was yet to get one.

Until tomorrow,

Rounak Bagchi and Rahel Philipose