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Israel strikes six Hamas military targets in Gaza

JERUSALEM: The Israeli Air Force (IAF) fighter jets targeted a total of six military targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, in response to the detonation of an explosive device on the border fence in southern Gaza.

9 killed in Rajasthan LPG cylinder blast, Rs 2 lakh ex gratia announced

JAIPUR: At least nine persons were killed and 18 others injured when two LPG cylinders exploded at a wedding in Beawar in Rajasthan's Ajmer district, police said on Saturday.

Use social media judiciously and sensibly-Satya Pal Jain

CHANDIGARH: "In the wake of overuse of social media, there is a need to use it judiciously and sensibly. It is very difficult to make laws to curb the misuse of social media but by creating awareness and imbibing moral values among different sphere of society can check its over dependence".

Natural remedy for Sleeplessness or Insomnia

At 11.00 pm: I should sleep now.
At 3.00 am: Still scrolling Facebook.
This is a very common scenario in worldwide nowadays.

ED attaches Rs 115-crore land of Chennai developer

The agency attached 10.46 acre under-construction land in Guindy, near Chennai, under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in the State Bank of India (SBI) fraud case related to the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002, or the SARFAESI Act.

Haryana hikes ministers' grant

The Haryana cabinet on Saturday approved enhancement of the petty grant of Member of Council of Ministers from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 25 lakh per annum from the current financial year, officials said.

Singhvi rubbishes BJP's allegations, warns of legal action

Rubbishing accusations that he and his family had links with Nirav Modi's companies, Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Saturday said Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman "was liable to civil and criminal defamation".

Moti Ram Arya Sr.Sec. Model School organised farewell party for class 12 students

The Moti Ram Arya Sr.Sec. Model School, Sec-27-A, Chandigarh hosted the farewell party to bid a warm goodbye to class 12th students.

VITEEE 2018 Application Fee Increased and Aadhar Card Made Compulsory

The Vellore Institute of Technology has announced the exam dates for VIT Engineering entrance exam on its official website and introduced certain changes. The application fee for the same has been increased for both online and offline modes. The fee for offline mode has been increased to INR 1200 while that for online mode to INR 1150. Earlier, the application fees was INR 990 and INR 970 for offline and online mode respectively.

Importance of Olympism to motivate and inspire the youth

 The second day of International Conference ‘Olympism: Global Innovation Forum for Humanity and Sustainable Development from Ancient Olympia to India, Tokyo 2020 and Beyond’ commenced with a floral welcome of the distinguished guests by Principal Dr.(Mrs.) Agnese Dhillon. 

For Modi, road to 2019 will be steeper

For the Bharatiya Janata Party's supporters, the growing belief that the party is no longer as favourably placed as before must be both bewildering and disheartening.

'Journalism was like instant coffee, writing books is satisfying, self-discovery'

NEW DELHI: She worked as a journalist for Asian Age, Frontline and Tribune, but running behind bylines always seemed like "instant coffee" with no time to pause and appreciate the beauty of things around her. After she quit her full-time job and embarked on a journey of writing, life changed drastically for Charu Singh, whose second book was published in December.

Mesmerizing Performance by Costa Rica Artists at Khalsa College of Education

The artists from Costa Rica today gave scintillating performance during the `7th Amritsar International Folk Festival’ at Khalsa College of Education (KCE) here today. The Caribbean dances intermingled with the Punjabi folk as a great fusion of culture and music was on the display at the heritage campus of the College as the Costa Riccans turned out to be cynosure of all the eyes.

Rishi Kapoor predicts 'huge stardom' for Priya Varrier

MUMABI: Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor is impressed by the "expressive" and "innocent" Priya Prakash Varrier. He has predicted a bright future for the 18-year-old, who became an internet sensation with a wink and a shy but mischievous smile in a music video.

'Make Nirav Modi RBI Governor': Shiv Sena

MUMBAI: Taunting ruling ally Bharatiya Janata Party, the Shiv Sena on Saturday said absconding scamster Nirav Modi "should be made Reserve Bank of India Governor to finish off the country".

Sitharaman questions Rahul's presence at Gitanjali Jewels event

Countering Congress charge that multi-crore bank fraud took place during the BJP government, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said Rahul Gandhi was present at a promotional event of Gitanjali Jewels and the whole episode took place in the UPA regime.

Earlier Congress used to benefit from scams, now BJP does: Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that earlier, the Congress used to benefit from scams and now it is the BJP that benefits from them, and added that this is the reason why the BJP never sends a Congress member to the jail.

Modi, Jaitley knew country was being looted: Congress

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Saturday made a direct allegation against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley saying "both were aware that the country was being looted" in the over Rs 11,000 crore PNB scam.

Punjab to transform agri societies into 'coop rural hubs'

Aiming to strengthen the primary agriculture cooperative societies (PACS) and enhance their business by more footfall, the Punjab government will transform these societies into 'cooperative rural hubs' to provide quality products of essential commodities, electronic goods and other items of daily needs at village level.

Was misfit in BJP, says Lovely after rejoining Congress

Former Delhi Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely on Saturday returned to the Congress and said he was "ideologically a misfit" in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) which he had joined in April last year.