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27 dead in Kerala rains, 2 more Idukki shutters opened

Although Kerala on Friday got some relief due to lesser showers pounding it than has been over the last two days, the death toll rose to 27. With the water level at the Idukki dam fast rising, two more shutters of the dam were also opened, said a Kerala Minister.

Hindus urge all Canadian cities for dedicated areas for scattering cremated remains, as Sarnia

 Hindus are urging all cities and towns of Canada to work on creating dedicated areas for the dispersal of the cremated remains over sea, river, or other bodies of water.

California wildfire explodes in size, largest in state's history

Catastrophic wildfires continue to ravage California, as one blaze nearly doubled in size over the last three days, making it the largest in the US state's history, according to authorities.

Himachal again heading for a lean apple harvest

The crunchy and luscious apples of Himachal Pradesh are once again literally in the eye of the storm, with government estimates saying their overall production is expected to decline with the weather playing havoc.

Himachal again heading for a lean apple harvest

The crunchy and luscious apples of Himachal Pradesh are once again literally in the eye of the storm, with government estimates saying their overall production is expected to decline with the weather playing havoc.

Himachal again heading for a lean apple harvest

SHIMLA: The crunchy and luscious apples of Himachal Pradesh are once again literally in the eye of the storm, with government estimates saying their overall production is expected to decline with the weather playing havoc.

Sarpanches’ meet at Rayat Bahra Patiala Campus

Rayat-Bahra Group, Patiala Campus, organised a meeting of sarpanches from the nearby villages with a view to making them aware about the various scholarship schemes and other facilities available at the Rayat Bahra Patiala Campus and careers in various branches of degree or diploma courses.

Rains in Chandigarh bring relief from dust, pollution

Chandigarh and its nearby areas in Punjab and Haryana were lashed by rains, bringing much relief from a thick haze of dust and pollution that enveloped the region for the past two days, the weather office said on Saturday.

Air connectivity restored in Chandigarh

To and fro air connectivity in Chandigarh was restored on Saturday after two days of partial suspension owing to a thick haze of dust and pollution that reduced the visibility in the region, an airport official said.

Uber hires ex-Facebook executive to head driver product

Global cab-hailing platform Uber has hired Daniel Danker, a product director at Facebook who was responsible for video and Facebook Live.

Made in India 'Uber Lite' rolls out for Android users

To encourage more people to join its platform, global online cab service Uber on Tuesday launched "Uber Lite" -- a lighter version of the main rider app that has been built and designed in India.

Construction banned, fest postponed in Shimla over water woes

Acting tough over the acute shortage of portable water in the capital for almost a week, the Himachal Pradesh High Court on Tuesday suspended all construction activity for a week and said no water would be supplied through tankers to the VIPs, including judges.

Craving for water, Shimla residents pour out anger on social media

People in Shimla, once a village that served as the summer capital of British India between 1864 and 1939, are craving for a glass of water, while their woes and anger are pouring on micro-blogging platforms, literally!

Craving for water, Shimla residents pour out anger on social media

People in Shimla, once a village that served as the summer capital of British India between 1864 and 1939, are craving for a glass of water, while their woes and anger are pouring on micro-blogging platforms, literally!

Craving for water, Shimla residents pour out anger on social media

SHIMLA: People in Shimla, once a village that served as the summer capital of British India between 1864 and 1939, are craving for a glass of water, while their woes and anger are pouring on micro-blogging platforms, literally!

Nipah scare pushes several states to issue alerts

Nipah virus may not have spread beyond Kerala but its scare has spread across the country with several states investigating suspicious cases and issuing advisories on precautions and travel to Kerala.

Nine dead in police firing in Toothukudi as Sterlite protests turn violent

Nine people, including a girl, died on Tuesday in police firing after the ongoing anti-Sterlite protests turned violent with thousands of people from nearby areas allegedly attacking the District Collectorate demanding closure of the Vedanta Group-run company.

One dead in big blast in PACL Plant at Naya Nangal

NANGAL:  One person is killed and another persons was seriously injured in a big  blast in the Punjab Alkalies  and Chemicals Limited (PACL) plant at Naya Nangal, 60 kms from here today evening

Sikh charity's work on rural education inspires scholars

NEW DELHI: A Sikh charity's mission to fight the ills of society by bringing value-based education to the doorsteps of India's rural children has now become a sough-after lesson in management, thanks to a case study on this charity by prominent scholars, including one from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A).

Punjab finally waking up to decibel danger

CHANDIGARH: Noisy wedding celebrations, high-pitched religious fervour and other ear-splitting nocturnal festivities have become a nightmare for peace-loving citizens of Punjab. Finally, the state's lawmakers and authorities seem to be waking up to the pervasive civic nuisance.

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