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CT University along with CT Institutions signs MOU with University of Derby, UK

With an objective to offer a global learning experience to the students and faculty, CT Group of Institutions, Jalandhar has signed an MOU with University of Derby, UK. Under this MOU, joint initiatives will be taken to promote the academic and research co-operation between the two institutions such as joint supervision of research work/projects, exchange of faculty through deputation on full time/part time basis for implementation of joint tasks within the areas of cooperation, student exchange programs, exclusive short-term/long-term training programs for students and faculty, sharing of facilities and academic resources and to hold joint workshops, conferences and trainings. 

Jakhar challenges Jaitley to disclose who had benefitted from demonetisation

Bhoa (Pathankot): Punjab Congress president and Gurdaspur by-election candidate Sunil Jakhar on Tuesday challenged Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely to come out with information on who had really benefitted from the demonetisation decision of the central government.

Quarter-finalists spotted in JP Atray Cricket

Quarter-finalists have been spotted at the conclusion of the league phase of the 23rd All India J.P. Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament here today. The quarter-final line-up is: Reliance (I) Mumbai vs Baroda C.A.; HPCA vs BTM Chandigarh; Minerva Academy vs Air India and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Vs PCA Colts.

SAD asks Manpreet Badal to explain why he lied on farm loan waiver notification

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has asked finance minister Manpreet Badal to explain why he lied to farmers on the farm loan waiver notification, even as it asked PCC chief Sunil Jakhar to explain with what moral right he was contesting the Gurdaspur by-poll after failing to convince his party government to implement the waiver. 

Refused open-jeep roadshow, Rahul's Gujarat campaign begins with bullock-cart yatra

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will begin his three-day campaign for the Gujarat Assembly elections on Monday from the crucial Saurashtra region with the state police refusing him permission to hold an open-jeep road show, but leaving him with a consolation to take out a bullock cart yatra.

Punjab Colts beat BTM Warriors by 51 runs in JP Atray Cricket

CHANDIGARH: After a wet spell the sun finally came out to the respite of the participating teams of the 23rd All India J.P. Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament.  Three of the four matches although truncated were played while the match between Reliance Industries (Mumbai) vs Minerva Academy could not take off at Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Panchkula because of the soggy outfield and the two teams had to split two points each.

BSF seizes water camphor filled with 3.6 kg contraband, suspected heroin

JALANDHAR:  On 23 September 2017, Border Security Force personnel successfully seized 01 Water Camphor filled with contraband (approx. 3.6 Kgs) suspected to be heroin in the area of responsibility of Border Out Post Karma, Ex- 87Bn BSF, Ferozepur sector.

Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' arrested for rape

After three days of investigation, Rajasthan Police on Saturday arrested self-styled godman Kaushalendra Prapannacharya 'Falahari' Maharaj in Alwar for the alleged rape of a 21-year-old woman.

Centre announces new PPP Policy to promote private investments in affordable housing

The Centre on Thursday announced a new Public Private Partnership (PPP) policy for affordable housing that allows extending central assistance of up to Rs.2.50 lakh per house to be built by private builders even on private land.

Divisive politics ruining India's reputation abroad: Rahul

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi took a strong hit at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, saying that "divisive politics" was ruining India's reputation of peace and harmony abroad.

Vandalization of a business of Indianapolis Hindu family condemned

The Hindu Temple of Central Indiana (HTCI) Board of Trustees, Indiana India Business Council and other interfaith organizations as well as known leaders of different communities have expressed deep shock over the incident of vandalization of a business run by an Indian family in Indianapolis.

Anger building up against Modi government: Rahul

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi said that anger was building up in India against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government over its failure in creating jobs.

Reports of special facilities to Gurmeet Ram Rahim in jail are misleading: DGP Jails

CHANDIGARH:Dr K P Singh, Director General, Jails, Haryana, has described the news reports aired by a section of the media about the health and  special facilities being given to Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh as misleading and divorced from truth.

Unhealthy lifestyle choices are the leading cause of sexual dysfunction in Delhi NCR: Max Healthcare survey

NEW DELHI: Sexual health is an intrinsic part of the overall well-being of an individual and closely impacts their relationships with partners. Hence conditions of sexual dysfunction – be they reduced drive, frequency or satisfaction issues – can even lead to repercussions on mental and emotional health.

SAD alleges secret deal by Congress to give away Punjab waters to Haryana through Hansi-Butana canal

CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today rejected the secret deal hatched by the Punjab Congress to give away the State’s river waters to Haryana through the Hansi-Butana canal and asserted that it would never let this conspiracy see the light of day.

Speaker calls for launching mass movement to make Punjab a clean and green

JALANDHAR: Expressing grave concern over the day by day increasing environmental pollution in the state, the Speaker of Punjab Assembly Rana KP Singh today gave a clarion call to people for joining hands to launch a mass movement for making Punjab a clean, green and pollution free state.

Mayank and Vivek engineer Panchkula's big win over Chandigarh

PANCHKULA: A magnificent unbeaten knock of 119 by Mayank Chaudhary from 106 balls and all-round display by Vivek Vashist (34, 3 for 10) enabled Panchkula Distt. to register a massive 185-run  against Chandigarh in the Haryana State Inter District Cricket Tournament for the Pataudi Trophy at DAV School ground in Sector 8 in Chandigarh.

Nation mourns death of hero Marshal Arjan Singh

: President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday led the nation in mourning the death of Marshal of Indian Air Force (IAF) Arjan Singh, who will be given a state funeral on Monday morning.

Punjab CM mourns death of Marshal of IAF Arjan Singh, declares three day state mourning

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder has expressed profound grief over the death of Marshal of Indian Air Force (IAF) Arjan Singh, DFC, and declared a 3-day state mourning as a mark of respect to the gallant officer.

Marshal of the IAF Arjan Singh: India's oldest serving warrior (Obituary)

NEW DELHI: India's oldest serving soldier Marshal Arjan Singh, who died in hospital after a massive heart attack on Saturday, was hardly 44 when he took over as the chief of a young Indian Air Force (IAF) in 1964, a year before leading the fledgling Indian air power in the 1965 war with Pakistan.