Daily Newsletter

September 21,2018

Italian manufacturer to establish North American headquarters in Indiana
MILAN: Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Delaware County officials joined Filtrec S.p.A., an Italy-based manufacturer of filters and filter elements, in Milan this week as the company announced plans to locate its first U.S. operation in Indiana. The company will invest $1.3 million to establish a
PSEB Engineers Association demand full scale to engineers
CHANDIGARH: The PSEB Engineers’ Association has demanded that the Punjab State power Corporation limited ( PSPCL) to give full pay scale to its engineers in place of the fixed minimum emoluments during the probation period as per Punjab and Haryana High Court order.
Restrictions in Srinagar to prevent Muharram procession
SRINAGAR: Authorities in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday imposed restrictions in Srinagar city to prevent a Muharram procession.
One injured in firing by motor cycle borne miscreants at Ganguwal
ROPAR:  One person was seriously injured when three motor-cycle borne miscreants fired at a youth in Ganguwal town near Ananadpur Sahib in this district on Monday.
Give befitting reply to Cong- appeals Bikram Majithia to people of Punjab
MAJITHA(Amritsar): Former minister and senior Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Bikram Singh Majithia today appealed to the people to give a befitting reply to the Congress for alleged conspiracy to vitiate the atmosphere of the State in league with separatist elements in the forthcoming block samiti
Amid search for Parrikar's successor, Congress stakes claim to form government
PANAJI: Even as the ruling BJP-led coalition alliance looks for a new leader to replace ailing Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, Congress MLAs on Monday staked claim to form a government in Goa.
BJP team meets Goa MLAs over leadership, no consensus yet
PANAJI: The BJP central leadership's attempts to form a consensus between party MLAs and alliance partners in Goa over alternate leadership due to Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar's illness remained inconclusive on Sunday.
Nobody becomes EC without political approach: Akhilesh
NEW DELHI: Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav on Sunday said that nobody becomes an Election Commissioner "without political approach".
25th Silver Jubilee Pashu Palan Mela Starts at Veterinary Varsity Ludhiana Ajay, Naresh,, Kaavya and Vanshika move into finals Dengue larva detected at 48 places in Jalandhar Punjab government approves rules for FRBM Act implementation to achieve fiscal targets Punjab cabinet okeys Sri Anandpur Sahib-Naina Devi project to boost tourism 'Manmarziyaan' team angry over deleted scenes Kohli, Mirabai named for Khel Ratna Helmet must for women riders in Haryana SBI posts should be open to executives of nationalised banks, says AIBEA official India successfully test fires Prahaar missile RSS won't accept Muslims: Mayawati India, Pakistan foreign ministers to meet in New York Small savings: Q3 PPF, NSC rates hiked to 8%, for KVPs to 7.7% BJP controlling media: Kejriwal Four women in shortlist of six for Man Booker 2018 Gunfight erupts in Jammu and Kashmir Congressmen have forgotten democracy's decorum: Shivraj Railway zonal head writes to Goyal seeking early filling up of Board posts This Alibaba robot will serve in China's hotels soon Malaysian prosecutors file 25 corruption charges against ex-PM Rural health workers thank Modi for higher incentive SC to monitor CBI probe in Muzaffarpur rape case Trump's former NSA to be sentenced on December 18 Triple talaq ordinance undemocratic: CPI-M