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US appeals court partly reinstates Trump's travel ban

WASHINGTON: An appeals court has allowed President Donald Trump's latest travel restrictions to partly take effect, ruling that the government can bar entry of people from six majority-Muslim countries with no ties to the US.

RSS leader Balraj Kataria passed away

MOHALI: Fomer leader of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Sh. Balraj Kataria died at the age of 78 on 3rd November at Shri Muktsar Sahib. The funeral ceremony was held on 4th November (Saturday) at Shiv Vatika in Muktsar Sahib.

26 killed in Texas church shooting

WASHINGTON: At least 26 people were killed when a lone gunman wearing a ballistic vest and carrying a military-style rifle, opened fire on worshippers at a Baptist church in Texas, police said.

Two uncles guilty of raping 10 year old Chandigarh girl get life imprisonment till death

CHANDIGARH: The two maternal uncles of a 10 year old rape victim girl have been awarded life imprisonment till death i.e. till the time they live natural life by a local court. They both were convicted for raping their niece several times and making her pregnant. She gave birth to a baby girl in August last after Supreme court turned down plea for her abortion.

I’m immensely happy after being freed from prison -Hina

Indian born, a Pakistani girl Hina who was born and brought up in the Amritsar Central jail, on her release from prison said she has no word to express her joyous moment.

India repatriates 14 Pakistani nationals including two women and a child

 in a goodwill gesture today Indian Government repatriated fourteen Pakistani nationals including two women and a eleven year old child.
They were handed over to Pakistani Rangers at the Attari/Wagah international border.

Punjab CM writes to MHA,MEA to take up with Canada issue of extradition of POs in drugs cases

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has written to the Government of India, urging it to take up the issue of extradition of 10 NRI Proclaimed Offenders in various drugs cases with the authorities in Canada, where they have taken refuge.

Kirron Kher inaugurates three-day long Palate Fest at Sukhna Lake

CHANDIGARH:  The third edition of Chandigarh Palate Fest 2017 kicked off today with an overwhelming response from the residents of Tri-City. Smt. Kirron Kher, Member of Parliament, UT Chandigarh inaugurated the three-day long Palate Fest at Lake Sports Complex, Sukhna Lake amidst guests and media.  Ruchi Sibal and Aditi Kapoor, Co-Founders, Palate Fest Pvt. Ltd., Ms. Navjot Kaur, CGM, CITCO, were amongst a few who graced the occasion with their presence.

India gives more medical visas to Pakistanis

Continuing a trend that started after a promise made on Independence Day this year, India has issued medical visa for a one-year-old Pakistani seeking open heart surgery and a man seeking a liver transplant.

Shaheed Bhagat Singh museum to be complete by 23rd march 2018 : Navjot Singh Sidhu

Taking serious note of the work related to the memorial of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and museum pending since 8 years at his ancestral village Khatkar Kalan, the Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister, Punjab, Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu paid a special visit to the village along with the senior officials and himself took stock of the project. After inspecting the project, the minister announced that the memorial as well as the museum would be completed by 23rd March, 2018 i.e. the martyrdom day of Shaheed Bhagat Singh. He also said that the directions have been issued to the department in this regard.

iPhone 8 Plus screen split open while charging: Reports

A user from Taiwan claimed her iPhone 8 Plus, which belongs to Apple's latest line-up of devices, split open while it was charging.

MP businessman, wife become Jain ascetics, leave behind toddler

There is no age for choosing to renounce the world, says the family of Madhya Pradesh businessman couple Sumit Rathore and his wife Anamika who have become Jain ascetics, leaving behind their around three year-old daughter.

Facebook tests WhatsApp shortcut in its app

Facebook appears to be testing a new feature which will allow the users to launch WhatsApp directly from its app.

Vigilance nabs revenue Patwari accepting bribe of Rs. 40,000

State Vigilance Bureau today nabbed a Revenue Patwari red handed accepting bribe of Rs. 40,000. Three persons have also been arrested by the Vigilance for helping in getting government job on compassionate basis.

Union government should immediately release Rs.1269 crore balance amount of welfare schemes : Sadhu Singh Dharamsot

The Scheduled Caste, Backward Classes & Minority Welfare Minister, Punjab, Mr. Sadhu Singh Dharamsot has today demanded the release of Rs. 1269 crore pertaining to various welfare schemes of Punjab by the Union Government from the central pool. 

Chandigarh Police re-investigating rape case after DNA sample mismatch

CHANDIGARH: In a bind after a latest forensic report showed the DNA of ae child delivered by a minor rape victim recently did not match with that of the accused, the Chandigarh Police are re-investigating the matter of the rape of a 10-year-old girl, allegedly raped by her uncle repeatedly.

JD-U asks Sharad Yadav to join Lalu's RJD

Bihar's ruling Janata Dal-United (JD-U) on Wednesday asked its senior rebel leader Sharad Yadav to join the opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) of Lalu Prasad.

Bombay HC adjourns Ryan trustees' bail plea till Wednesday

 In a temporary reprieve on Tuesday, the Bombay High Court adjourned till Wednesday the hearing of an anticipatory bail application filed by the trustees of Ryan International Schools in the case of the death of a seven-year-old student in their Gurugram branch.

Jassi Sidhu honour-killing: Canada to deport accused mother, uncle

The Supreme Court of Canada has paved the way for extradition of Jassi Sidhu's mother and uncle to India in a June 2000 honour-killing case in Punjab.

Canada Supreme Court order extradition of two BC residents to India to face trial in honour killing case

OTTAWA: The Supreme Court of Canada has paved way for the extradition of a Punjab origin British Columbia mother and uncle accused in an honour killing a girl in India should be extradited to face trial there.