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Navjot Singh Sidhu calls on Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh

CHANDIGARH: The Local Government, Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister, Punjab, Navjot Singh Sidhu on his return from New Delhi today called on the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.

Capt Amarinder Singh hits back on Badal, blames hIm for sabotaging interests of Sikhs community

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday lashed out at SAD supremo and former Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal over his atrocious accusations, saying it was not him but the Akali veteran who was trying to sabotage the interests of the Sikh community, and Punjab, with his injudicious statement.

Hockey World Cup: Netherlands, Belgium in quarters

BHUBANESHWAR: Netherlands thrashed Canada 5-0 while Belgium hammered Pakistan in the crossover matches of the Hockey World Cup to qualify for the quarter-finals here on Tuesday.

Amrinder Singh a new pawn in the hands of New Delhi: Dal Khalsa

AMRITSAR: Dal Khalsa said Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh has become a new pawn in the hands of Hindutva masters, who wants him to be used in the India's larger game plan to scuttle the Kartarpur corridor project and create fissures among the Sikhs.

England and France book quarter-final tickets in Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup

BHUNANESWAR (ODISH): England and France were triumphant on the first day of the knock-out phase of the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018, sealing their places in the competition quarter-finals with victories over New Zealand and China, respectively, reports FIH.

NAPA condemn Punjab CM Statement regarding Kartarpur corridor

JALANDHAR: US Based North American Punjabi Association(NAPA) strongly condemned the statement of Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amrinder Singh in which the later said that Pakistan Army General Qamar Javed Bajwa had broken the news of opening the Kartarpur corridor to Navjot Singh Sidhu even before Imran Khan was sworn in as their Prime Minister.

MLF-2018 ends on a successful note, food court and martial arts draw large crowds

CHANDIGARH: The Military Literature Festival 2018 ended today on a successful note, with people from all walks of life thronging the beautiful environs of the Chandigarh Lake Club in large numbers to enjoy the multitude of interesting activities on the platter.

Germany battle past Malaysia to win Pool D and reach quarter-finals and

BHUBANESWAR (ODISHA): The pool phase of the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 has come to an end, with Germany confirming themselves as the winners of Pool D while second placed Netherlands and third placed Pakistan reached the cross-over play-offs on Competition Day 12 in the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018. Sadly, it proved to be the end of the line for Malaysia, whose fourth-place finish in Pool D resulted in their elimination from the event, reports FIH.

Lashkar's Pakistani commander, 2 Kashmiri militants killed in J&K

SRINAGAR:  A Pakistani commander of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror outfit and two of its Kashmiri militants were killed by the Indian forces in an 18-hour-long gun battle that ended on Sunday here in the outskirts of the Jammu and Kashmir capital, police said.

Rein in Hindutva extremist groups including Hindu Yuva Vahini : Dal Khalsa to Modi

JALANDHAR: Stating that Hindutva forces were stoking the communal cauldron in the garb of "nationalism", the Dal Khalsa took serious note of the extremist group Hindu Yuva Vahini announcing a reward of Rs 1 crore for beheading Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu.

Punjab CM sees bigger conspiracy of Pak army in Kartarpur Sahib corridor

Capt Amarinder targets Navjot Sidhu, "he shoots before he thinks'
CHANDIGARH: Citing the fact that Pakistan Army General Qamar Javed Bajwa had broken the news of opening the Kartarpur Corridor to Navjot Singh Sidhu even before Imran Khan was sworn in as their prime minister; Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has dubbed the whole affair as a bigger conspiracy hatched by the Pak army.

Media should be more fearless & critical in covering Defence forces, feel panelists at MLF 2018

CHANDIGARH: Panelists at MLF 2018 on Sunday called for a more fearless, balanced and critical approach while covering the defence Forces, particularly the Army, to ensure transparency and credibility of information flow to public.

Kartarpur Corridor likely to increase business: Punjab Chief Secretary

AMRITSAR:  Punjab Chief Secretary Karan Avtar Singh Brar visited Pitex, while here, he said that relations between India and Pakistan can improve only after promoting business. For which the Punjab government is fully endeavored. In this direction, the state government has decided to develop the ICP.

Central govt reluctant to take inputs from defence experts for evolving defence strategy, feel veterans

CHANDIGARH: War veterans and defence experts on Saturday regretted the reluctance of the central government to take inputs from them in drafting the country’s defence strategy and called for brainstorming for a long-term cohesive combat and defence plan.

War veterans caution against politicisation of army, term serigcal strikes a routine

CHANDIGARH: The September 2016 'Surgical Strikes' were unnecessarily hyped by the Centre to garner political mileage, endangering India’s future defence cross border responses to inflict enemy damage, according to several war veterans.

We're not your 'hired gun' anymore, Imran Khan tells US

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has accused the US of "pushing Pakistan away" and said he would never want to have a relation with Washington where his country is treated like a "hired gun".

59.63% voting in Rajasthan till 3 p.m

JAIPUR:  Nearly 60 per cent voting was recorded in Rajasthan till 3 p.m on Friday to elect a new Rajasthan Assembly, an election official said.

Clarion auditorium becomes mlf 's centra of attraction for younger generation

CHANDIGARH: On the opening day of Military Literature Festival 2018, students from predominantly remote rural areas were awestruck with the valour of decorated officers, who interacted with the students and shared their heroic tales, even as the Clarion Theatre drew large crowds, especially among youngsters, with its exciting Audio Visuals.

Malala Yousafzai honoured by Harvard University

WASHINGTON: Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has been honoured by Harvard University for her global work promoting girls education.

We're not your 'hired gun' anymore, Imran Khan tells US

ISLAMABAD:  Prime Minister Imran Khan has accused the US of "pushing Pakistan away" and said he would never want to have a relation with Washington where his country is treated like a "hired gun".

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