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Missing Disney movie resurfaces after 70 years in Japan

TOKYO: A 1928 Disney animation, which predates the creation of Mickey Mouse, has resurfaced in Japan, the media reported on Friday.

Scouts and Guides plays constructive role in society: CM

SHIMLA:  Scouting was contributing to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur stated this while presiding over the State Council Meet of The Bharat Scouts and Guides held here today.

Indian, Pakistani origin authors make cut for South Asian lit prize

LONDON:  Four authors of Indian origin and two of Pakistani, whose novels bring alive a spectrum of themes and emotions relevant in contemporary South Asian life were short-listed on Thursday for the US $25,000 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018.

Indian female chef honoured with Michelin star

BANGKOK:  Chef Garima Arora, who heads the Bangkok based Gaa restaurant, has been awarded the prestigious Michelin star.

Capt Amarinder warns, armed forces not to work at the behest of the political dispensation

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday deplored attempts to politicise the defence forces, asserting that the armed forces were meant to report only to their regimental heads and not work at the behest of the political dispensation.

Google inspires kids to explore space on Children's Day

NEW DELHI:  Google on Wednesday celebrated Children's Day in India with a doodle inspiring children to explore space.

Children role vital in spreading Awareness on drug abuse: CM

SHIMLA: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur flagged off an anti drug rally of school students from the Ridge today, organized by the Press Club Shimla. Presiding over the programme the Chief Minister emphasized on the role of children in the fight against drug abuse. He said that children can give new strength to the anti drug campaign because their role in the society is vital. Jai Ram Thakur said that if children restrain, only then it's possible to uproot the evil of drug abuse. The lesson of social obligation cannot be taught in the classroom only, but by joining such events children work as messengers among the society. To make this campaign successful one has to work with utmost diligence and success is possible only when it is joined by each and every section of the society.

WhatsApp selects 20 teams to curb fake news globally, including India

NEW DELHI: Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Tuesday announced that it has selected 20 research teams worldwide - including experts from India and those of Indian origin -- who will work towards how misinformation spreads and what additional steps the mobile messaging platform could take to curb fake news.

Kalyani and Sunil Ahuja claim Chandigarh TT titles

CHANDIGARH: Kalyani, representing  PAG (Audit) Haryana  won the women's singles title by defeating Vibhuti of Carmel Convent School in a well contested women final by 11-6, 11-6, 9-11, 8-11, 11-7, 11-8 in the 31st Chandigarh State Table Tennis Championships-2018 for Sardar Gurmeet Singh Grewal Memorial Trophy at the Sector 23 Table Tennis Hall here.

Stan Lee, creator of a galaxy of Marvel superheroes, dies at 95

LOS ANGELES:  Stan Lee, the creative dynamo who revolutionized the comic book and helped make billions for Hollywood by introducing human frailties in Marvel superheroes such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk, died Monday. He was 95.

About 400 Gather to Honor 10 Shining Stars at the New England Choice Awards Gala 2018

WALTHAM, MA:  About 400 entrepreneurs, corporate executives, philanthropists, educators, community leaders and New England Patriots owner and Kraft Group Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft gathered on Friday, October 26, at Westin Hotel in Waltham, MA, to honor 10 shining stars of the Indian-American community in New England. Organized by INE MultiMedia, Inc., in collaboration with INDIA New England News, the New England Choice Awards 2018 also honored Mr. Kraft for his service to sportsmanship, and community.

Peeved at suspension of Sukhpal Khaira, Punjabi NRIs call Kejriwal 'Traitor of Punjab'

CHANDIGARH: A lengthy letter purported to be written by Punjabi NRIs from USA,Canada, Europe, UAE, Australia and New Zealnad to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, have blamed the latter for cheating Punjab and Punjabis. The NRIs claimed they had supported Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) in 2017 assembly elections and filled the coffers of AAP.

Khalsa College Charitable Society on the Path of Development and Progress

The mega Religious Procession on November 22
 The historic Khalsa College Charitable Society has created a history by opening 11 Colleges and Schools in the last 10 years and most of these are professional institutions. The Society is committed to fulfill the dream of its founding fathers to provide scientific knowledge and dissemination of education to every strata of society. It has emerged as one of the most prestigious bodies, managing educational institutions in the region.

Delhi CM’s Fellowship programme attracts stellar global response

NEW DELHI: Chief Minister,  Arvind Kejriwal’s flagship initiative to attract top global talent to work on cutting edge reforms of the Delhi government, the Chief Minister’s Urban Leaders Fellowship programme, has attracted stellar global response. In the three weeks of application window which ended last Sunday, 5592 applications were received.

Holiday for students in 27 New Jersey school districts on Diwali

NEVADA, USA: Over 27 school districts in New Jersey will reportedly stay closed for students on November seven, the day of most popular Indian festival Diwali. This festival is celebrated in India by Hindus and Sikhs.

Opinion: What Indian states must do to curb air pollution

JAYASHRE NANDI : The World Health Organization’s (WHO) air pollution and child health report released on Monday adds to evidence that air pollution is causing health damage and deaths worldwide, including in India. Instead of spending time questioning the evidence, India must establish timebound strategies to deal with the crisis.

Sardar Patel played pivotal role in integration of princely states: CM

SHIMLA---The contribution of Sardar vallabhbhai Patel in integration of princely States was immense and it was due to his farsightedness and visionary leadership that India became sovereign nation.

800 people screened and provided medicines at mega medical camp in Ulah, Hamirpur

UHAL(HAMIRPUR)—Over 600 people were screened, tested and prescribed medicines in a mega medical camp held on the premises of Government Senior Secondary School, Uhal,  on Wednesday.  The camp was inaugurated by Dr T.S. Mahant, a world renowned cardiologist of Fortis Hospital.  A team of 5 doctors from Fortis was headed by Dr T.S. Mahant, a world renowned cardiologist. Other doctors of the team were Dr G.S. Chawla (general medicines); Dr Amit Kapila (Ortho); Dr Mukesh Vats (eyes) and Dr Gurpreet have provided their specialized services to the people. 

Punjab CM in Israel, meets companies for investment in state

TEL AVIV: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday held a series of high-level interactions with officials of some of Israel’s leading companies to explore investment opportunities and to assess the potential for collaboration in the state’s infrastructural, agricultural and water management sectors.

Tribals to oppose 'Statue of Unity' unveiling by Modi

AHMEDABAD: As the BJP governments, both at the state and the Centre, gear up for the unveiling of the tallest statue in the world -- "Statue of Unity" of Sardar Patel -- by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 31, thousands of tribals in villages near the site are bracing for a major showdown against the project.

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