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Kids of Patiala now have a fun way to learn through SOLE Labs

PATIALA: In modern times, teaching methods are increasingly becoming dependent on rapidly evolving modern technology. However, these methods of improved pedagogy have eluded Government School going students across the nation. But no more shall be the case with children of Patiala.

CM announces one time scholarship to 20 topper students of Bal Ashrams

SHIMLA: The state government would provide one time scholarship of Rs. 10,000 each to ten boys and ten girls living in Bal Ashrams topping in joint merit list of the Bal Ashrams/Bal Grih of the state, from 8th to 12th standard annual examinations under the Mukhya Mantri Bal Uddhar Yojana.

Sikh asylum cases see big spurt as Canada acknowledges revival of separatism

CHANDIGARH:  The number of asylum seekers in Canada from India, a majority of them Sikhs, has soared by over 300 per cent in the past two years alone, with the Canadian government agencies acknowledging "renewed support for separatism in the Punjab region".

Raja Bhaiyya announces new political party

LUCKNOW:  Raghraj Pratap Singh aka Raja Bhaiyya, an Independent legislator from Kunda, on Friday announced the formation of a new political party in Uttar Pradesh which will contest the next Lok Sabha polls.

2019 PTR International Tennis Symposium from Feb 12-15

HILTON HEAD ISLAND (SOUTH CAROLINA): Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) will host its premier coach education event - the PTR International Tennis Symposium - February 12-15, on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, according to a communication received today from PTR Director of Communication  and Editor of TennisPro Magazine 

‘Cheat India’ teaser launched today

CHANDIGARH: Inspired by true events and facts and coming from the makers of ‘Tumhari Sulu’, ‘Neerja’ and ‘Raid’, the forthcoming ‘Cheat India’ is out to bare the malpractices in India’s education system. The makers unveiled the film’s video teaser today.

How the 26/11 attacks gave rise to Maharashtra’s newest commando unit

MUMBAI: Within a year of the November 26, 2008 attacks, the state government, in what seemed like a knee-jerk reaction, put together an elite police commando force. The idea was to have a specialised unit of officers trained to take on the kind of terrorists who attacked the city.

Realme U series with MediaTek Helio P70 processor to launch in India soon

NEW DELHI: Realme on Friday announced it will soon launch a new smartphone ‘U series’ in India. The latest smartphone series will run on MediaTek’s latest Helio P70 processor.

What’s going on in Delhi, asks Arvind Kejriwal after shots fired outside AAP leader’s house

NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader on Friday reacted to the attack on his party’s councillor from south Delhi’s Sangam Vihar Jitendra Kumar, who said around two dozen men opened fire at his home.

Chandigarh teachers volunteer for life-saving skills in disaster management training

CHANDIGARH: With the aim of equipping school teachers of city with practical techniques and life-saving skills in disaster management seems to have had the spin-off effect if the keen interest of school staff is of any indication. Not only teachers but other staff of schools is volunteered themselves for the training.

Scouts and Guides plays constructive role in society: CM

SHIMLA:  Scouting was contributing to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur stated this while presiding over the State Council Meet of The Bharat Scouts and Guides held here today.

India reaffirms maritime cooperation with Asean

SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday reaffirmed India's cooperation in the maritime domain during a India-Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Breakfast Summit here.

Indian, Pakistani origin authors make cut for South Asian lit prize

LONDON:  Four authors of Indian origin and two of Pakistani, whose novels bring alive a spectrum of themes and emotions relevant in contemporary South Asian life were short-listed on Thursday for the US $25,000 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018.

Manali, Narkanda get season's 1st snowfall

SHIMLA: There was overnight moderate snowfall in Manali and Narkanda, the season's first, a Met official said on Thursday as snow continued to elude the Himachal Pradesh capital here.

BJP awaits star campaigner Narendra Modi, Congress bets on candidates in MP

BHOPAL/UJJAIN/INDORE : Most analyses about the Madhya Pradesh assembly polls are premature at this juncture. The slog overs for the November 28 contest haven’t yet begun. The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) star all-rounder, Narendra Modi, is yet to walk on to the field.

Money, woman friend angle on probe radar in sprinter’s suicide at JLN stadium

NEW DELHI: Delhi Police, investigating the death of sprinter Palender Chaudhary, said on Wednesday that they probing if the 18-year-old killed himself because of a financial crunch. Police is also probing if his death is linked to a possible tiff with a woman friend.

PUCA asks Govt universities not to ask for fees of SC students till govt releases PMS funds

MOHALI: A joint meeting of delegations of Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) & Punjab Unaided Technical Institutions Association (PUTIA) was held today wherein both the associations requested all the Government affiliating Universities and Boards in Punjab including IKG-PTU, Jalandhar; MRS-PTU, Bathinda; Punjabi University, Patiala; PSBTE-IT & others not to charge any kind of fees for SC Students from Unaided Colleges till Government releases the pending amount of Post Matric Scholarship (PMS).

Markets open on high note

MUMBAI:  The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a positive note during the morning session of the trade.

Ageas Insurance to buy 40% stake in Royal Sundaram General

CHENNAI:  Belgium-based Ageas Insurance International N.V. (Ageas) will acquire a 40 per cent stake for Rs 1,520 crore in city-based non-life insurer Royal Sundaram General Insurance Company Ltd, said Sundaram Finance Ltd.

Sri Lanka parliament passes no-confidence motion against Mahinda Rajapakse

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s parliament passed a motion of no-confidence in the controversially appointed government of Mahinda Rajapakse on Wednesday, a day after the Supreme Court overturned a presidential decree dissolving the legislature.


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