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Rayat Bahra students design HPV car

Students of Mechanical Engineering Branch of the Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions (RBGI), Patiala Campus, have developed a Human Powered Vehicle (HPV), which is powered by sheer muscle power. 

Mining Sector can act as game changer for economy of Punjab given state's potential: Navjot Singh Sidhu

"Punjab has immense potential with regard to the mining sector and the implementation of a comprehensive and effective mining policy can act as the game changer for the economy of the state besides ensuring the availability of sand at reasonable prices to the people of state."

Centre obliged to implement Cauvery award: SC

The Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the Centre for not framing a scheme for the implementation of its verdict on the sharing of Cauvery river water as it declined its plea for deferring the issue by three months.

Centre obliged to implement Cauvery award: SC

NEW DELHI:  The Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the Centre for not framing a scheme for the implementation of its verdict on the sharing of Cauvery river water as it declined its plea for deferring the issue by three months.

CWG: India storm into mixed team badminton final

World No.2 Kidambi Srikanth and London Olympics medallist Saina Nehwal guided India to the final of the mixed team badminton event, beating Singapore 3-1 in the semi-final at the 21st Commonwealth Games here on Sunday.

Judge hearing Salman's bail plea transferred

A District and Sessions Court Judge who had reserved the bail plea hearing in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case against Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has been transferred, according to the Rajasthan High Court website.

Jio Payments Bank begins operations

The Reserve Bank today said Jio Payments Bank has commences its banking services from today.

Mukesh Ambani with $40bn, richest among 121 billionaires in India: Forbes

India has 121 billionaires -- 19 more than last year -- making them the third largest group of the ultra-rich after those from the US and China, according to Forbes, the business magazine that produces an annual list.

Bollywood's favourite Aunty Shammi dead

Veteran character actress for nearly six decades, Shammi Rabadi passed away at her home here late on Monday, a family friend said. She was 87.

SC blocks further probe against army major by J&K Police

The Supreme Court on Monday restrained the Jammu and Kashmir Police from carrying out any investigation in pursuance to FIR registered against Major Aditya Kumar in the wake of the death of three civilians as army tried to disperse a stone-pelting mob in Shopian district in Kashmir.

Bollywood celebs dwell upon Sridevi's demise

Veteran actress Sridevi's sudden demise left Bollywood celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and Anupam Kher with myriad thoughts about life.

Chandigarh court awards 25 year jail to five gang rape convicts

CHANDIGARH: A chandigarh court on Tuesday awarded 25 years rigrous imprisonment to five persons who abducted and raped a 17 year old girl of Mauklio Jagran near here.

India stunned by Sridevi's death

MUMBAI: Veteran actress Sridevi, 54, passed away in Dubai, plunging the entire country into a pall of gloom as her fans and admirers expressed shock and disbelief.

Panjab University Alumni Association visits IIC at its Edgbaston Campus

 PUAA visit UK the for the inauguration of India International Centre at its Edgbaston Campus Prof. Arun K. Grover, Vice-Chancellor, Panjab University presided over the Executive Council meeting of Panjab University Alumni Association (PUAA) held here today He shared with the members about the efforts being made to make PUAA Global. He informed that Panjab University Campus Students Alumni Association based in Vancouver, Canada organized their Fourth Annual Reunion on October 22nd, 2017 at Surrey, Canada and Panjab University Vice Chancellor and P.U. Dean Alumni Relations attended it.

Sarpanches meet organised at Rayat Bahra campus

The Rayat-Bahra, Patiala Campus organised a sarpanches meet where there were serious deliberations on issues like primary school education and its impact.

Old Bengaluru woman gets Aadhaar sans biometrics for pension

A 65-year-old Bengaluru woman, who lost her hands and vision due to leprosy, was enrolled for an Aadhaar card without the mandatory biometrics of her iris and fingerprints to restore her monthly welfare pension, her doctor said.

Chandan Negi, Dr. Baldev Badhan honoured with Kewal Vig Award-2017

Noted Punjabi Novelist Smt. Chandan Negi honoured with ‘Kewal Vig Award’ of the year 2017 for their dedicated, devoted and sincere contributions in the sphere of Punjabi Novels as Best Novelist and Dr. Baldev Singh Badhan, who penned down more than 200 Books in Punjabi literature, as Best Writer respectively.

Science Villa at Rayat-Bahra a big hit

PATIALA: The Rayat-Bahra Group, Patiala Campus organized a State-level competition “Science-Villa-2017” at its premises here today. Competitions and exhibitions based on science subjects provided a fantastic opportunity to students and to demonstrate their abilities and could and also helped them to improve their presentation skills.

Happy Raikoti enthralls Aryans students in Aryans “Rajni”

Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh today organized its 11th Cultural Extravaganza “Rajni” at Tagore Theatre, Sector- 18, Chandigarh. Renowned Punjabi lyricist & Singer Happy Raikoti enthralled the students with his hit numbers. Thousand of students of B.Tech, MBA, LL.B, BA-LL.B, BBA, BCA, B.Com, GNM, ANM, B.Sc(Agri), BA, B.Ed, MA(Edu), Diploma etc students participated in various cultural activities.

More circumspection needed in commenting on rape cases

CHANDIGARH: Two recent high court judgements and observations, pertaining to rape cases, have brought the focus on consensual aspect of such incidents. The judges, in separate cases, have brought in the angle of promiscuity and 'feeble' resistance as indicators that the victim could have been a willing partner.


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