- Bhagwant Mann: Took major decisions in 3 months
With polling date fast approaching, all political parties have intensified their campaign in the Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency.
- Fashion show organised
Yamunanagar: DAV College for Girls organised &lsquo;Panache X &mdash; The Fashion Show&rsquo; on Saturday. Dolly Lamba, head of the Fashion Designing Department of the college said renowned actress Padmini Kolhapure was the chief guest on the occasion. &ldquo;The fashion show of our college is a muc
- Roshni scam: Bizman's premises searched
The CBI on Sunday conducted a search on the premises of prominent businessman Showkat Chaudhary in Srinagar after registering a case against him and others over the Roshni land allocation scam, officials said. On June 15, the CBI had registered a fresh case against Chaudhary and retired IAS officers
- BSF hands over Pak boy to Rangers in Ferozepur
A Pakistani boy who had inadvertently crossed over to the Indian side was handed over to the Pakistan Rangers by the BSF on Sunday, officials said.
- A small window to the world
Once a passenger airplane climbs to its designated height, its window, the small porthole, presents a clear blue sky with white sheets of clouds often floating below the level of the plane.
- Case registered on Punjab and Haryana High Court orders
Chandigarh: Over six years after a man reportedly committed suicide, the UT police have registered a case of abetment to suicide against suspect Ajmer Singh Bhullar and others. The case has been registered on the directions of the Punjab and Haryana High Court on a petition filed by the victim&rsquo
- After nasty fall, Neeraj Chopra allays injury fears
Allaying fears of an injury after suffering a fall during the Kuortane Games in Finland, Olympics champion javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra said he is looking forward to starting his Diamond League season in Stockholm on June 30. The 24-year-old Chopra slipped after his third attempt yesterday. The run
- FDs back in vogue as markets fall
The US Fed&rsquo;s aggressive interest rate hike last week and prospects of more increases has ended the bull run in Indian stock markets and made fixed instruments such as fixed deposits and debt papers more attractive.
- Mural by Himachal Pradesh Prof set to break world record
A mural (wall painting) over 28,991 sq m area at the Integrated Transit Corridor in New Delhi by Prof Him Chatterjee of Himachal Pradesh is all set to break a world record.
- Devotees duped while booking room online at SGPC - run sarai in Amritsar
Two devotees who visited the holy city to pay obeisance at the Golden Temple were defrauded by swindlers on the pretext of online booking at the Saragarhi Niwas located on the Heritage Street.
- Agnipath: Recruitment plan out, protesters barred
Amid protests against the Agnipath recruitment scheme, senior military officers on Sunday announced a schedule for recruitment in the three Services while making it clear that none of the protesters would be inducted.
- Cyclists bag 8 more medals
Hosts India scooped up eight medals &mdash; 1 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze &mdash; at the Asian Track Cycling Championships on the second day here today.
- Junior women?s hockey team beats Ireland 4 - 1
The Indian junior women&rsquo;s hockey team started its Uniphar U-23 5 Nations Tournament with a comprehensive 4-1 win over hosts Ireland. Annu (12th), Deepika Soreng (25th), Monika Dipi Toppo (45th) and Beauty Dungdung (47) netted one goal each for India while Mikayla Power (19&rsquo;) scored the s
- ASEAN takes centre stage
In diplomacy, as in personal life, anniversaries are often excuses for a bigger cause or calling. The &lsquo;special meeting&rsquo; of foreign ministers in New Delhi last week to observe three anniversaries of South East Asia&rsquo;s engagement of India was no different. Each of the three anniversar
- 6 High Courts get new Chief Justices
New Chief Justices were appointed to six high courts on Sunday. The Department of Justice in the Union Law Ministry tweeted about these appointments.
- e - visas for Afghan Sikhs, Hindus on priority
Jolted by criticism following the attack on Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Kabul on Saturday, the Ministry of External Affairs has issued e-visas to 100 Afghan Sikhs and Hindus. The realisation that there will be no letup in the attacks on Sikhs and Hindus by the ISIS (known as Islamic State Khorasan Prov
- JNU Associate Prof abducted, assaulted
New Delhi: An FIR has been registered on the complaint of JNU Associate Professor Sharad Baviskar after he was allegedly abducted by a group of people for several hours and subjected to physical assault, threats and extortion following a traffic altercation. Baviskar filed the police complaint on Ju
- Grey list challenge
Pakistan&rsquo;s likely removal from the grey list of international watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) should be a matter of grave concern for India not because it would want its neighbour to continue to suffer economic hardship, but because there is no visible indication that Islamabad has
- UP bypolls: Adityanath asks voters not to let Azamgarh become a ?den of terrorism?
Calling Samajwadi Party and BSP &ldquo;Rahu-Ketu&rdquo; for UP&rsquo;s development, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday urged the Azamgarh voters to maintain a distance from the two parties, asking them not to let the parliamentary constituency become a &ldquo;den of terrorism&rdquo;.
- By giving false hope of jobs, PM has forced youth to walk on 'Agnipath' of unemployment: Rahul Gandhi
Amid widespread protests against the new military recruitment scheme, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said by repeatedly giving false hope of jobs, he has forced the youth to walk on &lsquo;Agnipath&rsquo; of unemployment.