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CGC Landran celebrated Army Day in its campus

Commemorating the glorious legacy of the Indian Army, Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran celebrated Army Day in its premises. The event sought to encourage girl students to join the elite Indian Army as also to raise funds to be contributed to Army War widows through Army Wives Welfare Association, Western Command. The students collected and contributed Rs 85,000 towards this cause.

Senior Sikh Political leader Manjit Singh Calcutta dies in hospital

Former SGPC Chief Secretary and renowned Panthic leader Manjit Singh Calcutta (79) passed away in a private hospital in Amritsar here today. 

Friendship agreement signed between Delhi and Fukuoka Prefecture

NEW DELHI: The Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) and Fukuoka Prefectural Government (FPG) signed the MoU/Friendship Agreement on Tuesday January 16, 2018 in New Delhi.

Modi lays foundation stone of Rs 43,000 cr Barmer refinery project

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday laid the foundation stone of the Rs 43,129 crore big-ticket refinery project here and said it will change the economic landscape of Rajasthan.

YES FOUNDATION announces INR 7.5 Crore Grant and Accelerator support for NGOs and Social Enterprises

CHANDIGARH: YES FOUNDATION, the social development arm of YES BANK, will launch the 5th edition of YES! i am the CHANGE (YIAC), a nationwide mindset transformation program to inculcate the spirit of responsible youth citizenship and drive positive social action through the impactful medium of films.

Workshop on Analytical Techniques inaugurated at Guru Nanak Dev University

A three day workshop on “Analytical Techniques” has been inaugurated here today in the Guru Nanak Bhawan, Auditorium of Guru Nanak Dev University.

Delhi's Teen Murti Marg renamed after Israeli city

The iconic war memorial at a roundabout near Teen Murti Bhavan in Delhi was on Sunday renamed Teen Murti-Haifa Chowk to pay homage to the Indian soldiers who fell in the battle of Haifa -- now in Israel -- during World War I.

“Dhiyan Di Lohri” celebrated at Aryans

Dhiyan Di Lohri” (Lohri of daughters) by promoting “save the girl child” with fun-filled cultural activities, energetic and traditional performances was celebrated in a function held recently. Girl children participated with their mothers. The cake cutting ceremony was also held for those girl children whose birthdays fall in the month of January. Sweets, gifts & other eatables were also distributed. Dance performances presented by the children were the main attraction of the function.

ICC U19 Cricket World Cuo opens in New Zealand

CHRISTCHURCH,(NEW ZEALAND): The ICC U19 Cricket World 2018 Cup officially got underway in style at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Sunday with an impressive ceremony showcasing New Zealand’s culture.

Capt Amarinder flays Akalis,AAP, Kisan unions for false propaganda on Debt Waiver

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has lambasted the Akalis, AAP and certain Kisan Unions for spreading false propaganda on the farm debt waiver promise, which his government had started implementing from five districts today.

Jury of FFCI nominates Minerva Punjab FC for two awards

CHANDIGARH: Northern Power house and country's sole representative in the Hero I-League, Minerva Punjab FC have been nominated by the Jury of FFCI  for  Hero I- League Club of the Month ( Nov-Dec 2017 ) and Hero I-League Coach and Astt. Coach of the Month (For Head Coach Sri Wangkhem Khogen Singh and Astt. Coach Sri Sachin Badadhe) awards.

Surnames can never take you anywhere: Angad Bedi

I'm a very proud Bedi," says actor Angad Bedi -- son of former Indian cricket captain Bishan Singh Bedi -- who says having a certain surname alone can't take a person anywhere. It takes talent, hard work and luck in equal measure if one is to climb the ladder.

Suicide bomber kills 12 in Afghanistan

KABUL: At least 12 people were killed and 16 others injured when a suicide attacker detonated his explosive device among mourners at a funeral in Afghanistan's Jalalabad city on Sunday.

Modi to address two programmes via video conferencing

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address two important programmes -- 85th Sivagiri Pilgrimage Celebrations and the 125th birth anniversary of physicist S.N. Bose -- via video conference on Sunday and Monday.

Sandip Soparrkar awarded for “Dance for a Cause” in United States of America

For over a decade now Bollywood ace choreographer Sandip Soparrkar has been winning various awards for his contribution in the field of dance and social work. His initiative ‘Dance for a Cause’ has been using dance as a medium to raise awareness and for the betterment of the society and its varied issues.

Closing ceremony of Punjab State games for men under 25 Patiala

Host Patiala bagged overall trophy by pocketing 43 points of Punjab State Games For Men under – 25 concluded at Raja Bhalendra Singh Stadium, Polo Ground, here today. Ludhiana and Jalandhar got second place with 15 points where as Bathinda has to satisfy with third place with 8 points in its account. Sh. Brahm Mohindra, Hon’ble Cabinet Minister, Health & Family Welfare, Medical Education and Research & Parliamentary Affairs was the Chief Guest on the occasion and he gave away prizes to the winners.

2017 – An outstanding year of achievements for students of Chandigarh Group of Colleges Landran

MOHALI: The year 2017 proved to be an exceptional year of achievements for Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran. The institution attained several milestones in placements, academics, cultural and the sports field in addition to forming successful student and faculty centric alliances with international universities.

Thakur sworn in as Himachal CM with 11 ministers

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur and his 11 ministers -- half of them first-timers -- on Wednesday took oath of office at an impressive ceremony attended among others by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah.

Modi takes coffee break on Mall Road

SHIMLA: Remembering his early years spent at The Mall Road here in Himachal Pradesh and at the Indian Coffee House with his journalist friends, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday didn't miss an opportunity to sip a cup of coffee.

Jai Ram Thakur takes oath as Himachal CM

SHIMLA: Jai Ram Thakur on Wednesday was sworn in as the Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister at a ceremony here attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah, among others.