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India on way to re-elect government that launched GST

NEW DELHI:  Bucking trends overseas, where governments lost elections after launching the Goods and Services Tax (GST), India appears to have voted overwhelmingly for the ruling party, suggesting that the new indirect tax regime has been widely accepted as a major economic reform.

5 Reasons why Australia will not win the Cricket World Cup

Australia has always been seen as the strongest contenders for the World Cup Title but they are not the favorites anymore this World Cup.

Haryana girl shines in Nursing Result at Aryans

Pooja Verma (Kalka), Haryana of GNM 2nd Year of Aryans Institute of Nursing, Rajpura Near Chandigarh bagged 1st position by scoring 71% marks in the final examinations conducted by Punjab Nurses Registration Council (PNRC).

Announcement of the Bhangra World Cup in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

LAS VEGAS:  Early this month, The Punjab Cultural Society announced that the Bhangra World Cup will be organized and take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The President of the Punjab Cultural Society, Ravinder Singh Ranguwal and the President of the Las Vegas branch of the Punjab Cultural Society, Bahader Singh Grewal, represented the organization at the Clark County Amphitheater Government Center.

Top 5 batsman of 2019

Cricket is one of the most engaging games of the world, from a 5-year young child to 80 years old man, all of them enjoy watching cricket. So in brief cricket has fans of all ages.

Nursing Diploma (GNM) is likely to phase out by the year 2022

MOHALI: 12th Arts and Commerce students now may not get the chance to do 3 years Nursing course i.e General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) as The Union Health Ministry may likely to roll back this three years Nursing diploma course by the year 2022 to raise the standard of nursing qualifications. The decision has got polarized opinion since the course produces about 1.2 lakh nurses a year and this decision could lead to a shortage of nurses, especially in the least developed states.

It's battle over guns n' apples in Himachal

Call it a battle of guns and apples in Himachal Pradesh. The fight between arch rivals Congress and BJP in the state's apple-growing belt of Shimla is over the use of anti-hail guns that are used to save the crop from hailstorms.

Sri Lanka carnage to avenge Christchurch, toll 321

Sri Lanka said on Tuesday that the horrific Easter Sunday bombings were meant to avenge the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand as the death toll in the island nation rose to 321 including 10 Indians.

Dal khalsa condemns disturbing trend of targeting religious places and worshipers

CHANDIGARH: Saddened and shocked at the killing of 290 innocent people, mostly worshipers in a series of blasts in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, the Dal Khalsa condemned the terror act, calling it “horrific and barbaric”. 

3 Indians among 207 killed in Sri Lanka mayhem

COLOMBO: At least 207 people were killed and 469 injured when eight suicide bombings, mainly in Colombo, ravaged Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday in the island's bloodiest day since the civil war ended a decade ago. Three Indians were among the dead.

Virat Kohli will be a different beast at WC: Lockie

KOLKATA: Virat Kohli's abysmal run in the Indian Premier League won't have any bearing when he leads India to the World Cup, feels New Zealand pacer Lockie Ferguson.

Don’t politicise supreme Sikh institutions : Global Sikh Council

CHANDIGARH: Global Sikh Council (GSC) has appealed that all religious and spiritual institutions and its affairs should be fully free from politicization and Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee should not be used as a ladder to meet the political ends of any political party.

Kerala woman killed in Christchurch attack buried

Ancy Ali, a 25-year-old student from Kerala who was one of the 50 people killed in the March 15 Christchurch mosques attacks in New Zealand, was buried near here on Monday.

Alert in Goa over Christchurch attacks retaliation

Goa is on alert following a tip off from central intelligence agencies about a possible attack on Israeli tourists in the state in what they called "possible revenge" for the terror attack at the Christchurch mosques in New Zealand last week which killed 50 worshippers, police said on Monday.

Dr.T.S.Madan becomes an icon in Cardiac Healthcare

CHANDIGARH: Although he has done a number of open heart surgeries yet  he recalls in vivid details, the rare surgery he performed on 11-month-old Junaid from Pakistan under the Rotary Heartline Project which gave the child a new lease of life. He is Dr T.S Mahant, whom people consider next to God.  Once a small town boy of Himachal Pradesh, has made a name for himself in the medical profession not only in the country but at global level with his grit, determination, devotion and perseverance.

Christchurch attack mosque reopens to worshippers

CHIRISTCHURCH:  Worshippers on Saturday returned to the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, one of the two mosques where a gunman massacred 50 people on March 15.

15 Punjab players to showcase their talent in IPL 12

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Cricket Association has 15 of its players ready to showcase their talent in the upcoming IPL 12 beginning March 23, 2019. According PCA secretary RP Singla  15 Punjab players have been signed by various IPL franchisee with the home franchise Kings XI roping in Punjab’s  Ranji captain Mandeep Singh along with young batting sensation Prabshsimran Singh and left arm medium pacer Arshdeep Singh and left arm spinner  Harpreet Brar.

New Zealand outlaws assault rifles

WELLIGTON:  Military style semi-automatic weapons (MSSA) and assault rifles are to be banned in New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Thursday, a week after 50 people were massacred in two mosques by an Australian man.

Shooting livestreams a new rage on social media

The Facebook livestreaming of New Zealand mosque shooting has brought to the fore a critical issue for the law enforcement agencies to deal with, as tech giants struggle to find a solution to pro-actively stop such incidents.

New Zealand to reform gun laws in 10 days

 New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday said the country's existing gun laws will be reformed within the next 10 days, adding that her Cabinet has "completely unified" in the decision that comes in the wake of the March 15 shootings that were carried out by a "lone gunman" at two mosques in Christchurch.


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