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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.

BJP, Congress workers clash as Rahul Gandhi arrives in Amethi

Congress and BJP supporters on Monday clashed as Congress chief Rahul Gandhi arrived in his parliamentary constituency of Amethi -- his first visit after taking over the party reins.

Why atrocities on Dalits, minorities, farmers: Mevani asks Modi

Gujarat Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking why atrocities were being committed against Dalits, minorities and farmers in India and charged the BJP and RSS with instigating anti-Dalit violence in Bhima Koregaon in Maharasthra.

Lucky to have Anil Kapoor as my father: Sonam

 On actor-producer Anil Kapoors 61st birthday on Sunday, his daughter and actress Sonam Kapoor said that she considers herself lucky to have the "Mubarakan" star as her father.

Dilip Kumar turns 95, B-Town prays for his long life

From Lata Mangeshkar and Amitabh Bachchan to younger talent like Farhan Akhtar and Riteish Deshmukh -- celebrities from the film world on Monday wished the legendary Dilip Kumar good health and a long life on his 95th birthday.

Punjab beat Odisha by innings and 125 runs

Punjab defeated Odisha by an innings and 125 runs in the Cooch-Behar Under-16 Cricket Tournament at the Gandhi Ground in Amritsar today. Facing a first innings deficit of 207 runs Odisha were bowled out for 172 runs in 68.5 overs in their second venture.

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.

'Mr India' gave Anil, Shekhar a friend for life

Mr India" lead actor Anil Kapoor says the Hindi movie gave him a friend for life in filmmaker Shekhar Kapur, whose 72nd birthday fell on Wednesday.

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.

Amid controversy 48th IFFI gets underway on Monday

PANAJI: Even as the controversy surrounding the dropping of two films "Nude" and "S. Durga" from the screening schedule of the 48th IFFI continues, India's largest film event gets underway on Monday, with over 195 films from 82 countries scheduled for screening over 10 days.

Drop NSA charges against Chadrashekhar! Repeal NSA, demands PUDR

NEW DELHI: Peoples Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) strongly condemns the imposition of the National Security Act (NSA) against Bhim Army's founder leader Chandrashekhar Azad by Yogi Adityanath's government, on 3 November 2017, a day after he was granted bail by Allahabad High Court.

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.

'Om Shanti Om' will redefine devotional music: Baba Ramdev

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev, who will next be seen as Maha Guru in television show "Om Shanti Om", says the upcoming singing reality entertainer will redefine the magic of devotional music in India.

India Day celebrated in Indianapolis-Raju Chinthala receives Sagamore of the Wabash Award

INDIANAPOLIS: Despite two more international events, Gen Con Convention at the Convention Center and Cultural Journey: India presented by Heartlandfilm and Lilly at the Indiana Historical Society,450, W, Ohio Street, Indian Association of Indianapolis celebrated the Annual India Day at Monument Circle with enthusiasm and the turn out was also impressive.

HC seeks report on Swamy's plea on Pushkar's death

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI : The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the city police to file a status report on BJP leader Subramanian Swamy's plea seeking a time-bound court-monitored probe into the death of Sunanda Pushkar, the wife of Congress MP Shashi Tharoor.

Major killed in fratricidal fire in J&K

Punjab News Express
SRINAGAR : An Indian Army Major was killed on Tuesday in a fratricidal fire in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district, police said.

Indian Under Secretary MEA Vidisha Maitra visits Indianapolis

Punjab News Express/Balbir Singh
INDIANAPOLIS: Indiana-India Business Council, India Association of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Hyderabad Sister City Committee, International Marketplace Coalition and The International Center today jointly hosted a dinner in honor of Ms. Vidisha Maitra, Under Secretary (Policy, Planning, & Research), Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi at the International Marketplace Coalitition office at 3919, Lafayette Road, Indianapolis, here. 

Dr. Naga Chalasani appointed IUSM associate dean for clinical research

Punjab News Express/Balbir Singh
INDIANAPOLIS: An international leader in gastroenterology and hepatology research Dr Naga Chalasani has been appointed new associate dean for clinical research of IU School of Medicine. July 1, was his first day in the new office. Dr Chalasani, who did his Medicine (MD) from Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal (Telangana) is married to Satya Kolli and lives in Carmel (Indiana).