Archive News of February 23, 2018
Vijender Gupta files complaint against AAP activist after threat

BJP leader and Leader of Opposition in the Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta on Friday filed a complaint after he received a threat from Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) activist Dalip Kumar.

New US H-1B norms won't make much difference: Nasscom

The United States' latest move on issuing H-1B visas to software engineers will not make much difference to Indian IT firms, apex industry body Nasscom said on Friday.

Angad Cheema storms ahead by four shots after a flawless 64

HYDERABAD: Panchkula’s Angad Cheema was in red hot form for the second day running at the Golconda Masters 2018 presented by Telangana Tourism, a Rs. 30 lakh event being played at the Hyderabad Golf Association (HGA) course.

Nine-member cycling team for CW Games

CHANDIGARH: Cycling Federation of India announced A nine- member, including five women  Indian Cycling team for Commonwealth Games 2018 to be held in Gold Coast, Australia. The team has been selected on the basis of the performance in the Asian Track Cycling Championship held at Nilai (Malaysia) from 16th to 21st February 16 to 21 where Indian team won four medals .including 3 gold and 1 bronze.

Search at Delhi CM's house: 7 CCTV cameras found not working

Four more women have come forward with accusations of sexual harassment against Mumbai-based Angel investor Mahesh Murthy, the National Commission for Women (NCW) said on Friday.

Punjab vigilance nabs Inspector, Constable red handed

CHANDIGARH: State Vigilance Bureau today nabbed Inspector, constable of Police station Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda red handed for accepting bribe of Rs. 17500/-.

Four more women file sexual harassment plaints against investor Murthy

Four more women have come forward with accusations of sexual harassment against Mumbai-based Angel investor Mahesh Murthy, the National Commission for Women (NCW) said on Friday.

Girl gang-raped, burnt to death in Jharkhand

A 15-year-old girl, who had gone to answer nature's call, was gang-raped in Jharkhand's Chatra district and later burnt to death, police said on Friday.

In the name of 'common man', AAP MLA justifies assault on Chief Secretary

Days after the Chief Secretary of the Delhi government accused Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) legislators of assaulting him, party MLA Naresh Balyan on Friday justified the act, saying anyone obstructing the work for the common man deserves a beating.

Following fraud detection PNB transfers 1,415 employees

In its bid to bury rumours that 18,000 employees have been transferred following the detection of $1.8 billion fraud, Punjab National Bank (PNB) has clarified it has only transferred 1,415 employees as part of its Rotational Transfer Policy.

Punjab Police seeking deportation of dreaded Nabha jailbreak mastering Romi from Hong Kong

Punjab Police is seeking the deportation, from Hong Kong, of dreaded criminal Ramanjit Singh @ Romi, a mastermind of the sensational Nabha Jail Break and a key conspirator in the targeted killings in the state.

SAD condemns murderous assault on its corporation election candidate in Ludhiana

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) while condemning the murderous assault on SAD candidate Jagbir Singh Sokhi and his supporters in Ludhina today, asked the State Election Commission (SEC) to take immediate action in the matter or the Ludhiana municipal corporation election would also also witness violence and booth rigging on the pattern of the Patiala corporation election.

Congress govt discriminating against region by not giving NOCs for AIIMS : Sukhbir Badal

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today said the Congress government was discriminating against this region by delaying sanctions needed for start of work on the prestigious AIIMS project besides stopping work on construction of irrigation channels. 

15 colleges participate in Aparto De Video Competencia at CT Group of Institutions

Giving a social theme of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and Smart Cities, a video documentary competition named Aparto De Video Competencia was organized at CT Group of Institutions, Maqsudan. In this, 15 teams from different colleges namely GNDU Regional Campus, Ladewali, Khalsa College for Women, KCL IMT, APJ College and DAV College Jalandhar, etc participated.

Innocent Hearts Group of Institutions organized Inter Department Fashion Show Competition

Innocent Hearts Group of Institutions organized Inter Department fashion show competition in its Loharan Campus. Students from various departments took part in this competition. The chief guest of the event was Mr karan Randhawa (Singer) & Mr Arsh Chandani (Producer & Model). The competition had 3 Rounds, the first round was of a Ramp Walk, the 2nd Round was Question and Answer and the last was Talent Hunt round. The judge of the event was Mr. Rahul jain, Mrs Poonam Khanna, Mrs Monika madam. The event was a huge success, with highly enthusiastic performance by the students. The event witnessed participation from more than 250 students from various departments.

Punjab declares paid holiday for voters of cities where elections to be held on Feb 24

To enable the workmen who are the voters of Municipal Corporation Ludhiana and Bye-Election of Municipal Councils (MC) and Nagar Panchayats (NP) in the cities and towns of 15 districts of Punjab, working in the factories, shops and commercial establishments situated therein to exercise their franchise in the elections to be held on February 24 (Saturday), Punjab Government has declared February 24 as paid holiday for the voters of the Municipal Corporation Ludhiana and the said wards.

500 people migrate amid shelling by Pakistan in Uri

Targeting of civilian facilities by the Pakistani Army near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector has forced some 500 people to abandon their homes and migrate elsewhere, a top officer said on Friday.

Lucky winners to get Free Tabs & Laptop in Rose Festival, Chandigarh

Visitors would be able to get chance to win a lucky tab and laptop daily in the 3 days Rose festival organized by Chandigarh Tourism from 23-25th Feb at Rose Garden, Sector-16, Chandigarh. The event is supported by Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh as an education partner.

New iPhone app to aid heart attack survivors

A new iPhone-based app may help patients who survived a heart attack to maintain their health and reduce the number of hospital readmissions, according to a study.

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