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Shubhankar Sharma clinches 2018 Asian Tour Order of Merit title

NEW DELHI: Shubhankar Sharma of India is the new Asia No. 1. The 22-year-old Shubhankar emerged as the 2018 Asian Tour Order of Merit champion following a dream season in Asia which saw him achieve many milestones and rewrite many Indian records.

After 43 days in Odisha prison, Abhijit Iyer-Mitra walks free

BHUBANESWAR: Forty three days after his arrest over allegedly insulting Odia sentiments and tradition in his tweets, Delhi-based defence analyst Abhijit Iyer-Mitra on Thursday walked out of jail free after a court in Konark granted him bail on a personal bond of Rs 20,000 and an assurance that he won’t make any “distasteful remarks” in future.

Alstom India to double metro train plant capacity at Sri City in AP

CHENNAI: In a bid to meet Montreal Metro and Mumbai Metro orders for trains, Alstom India will be doubling its capacity at its plant in Sri City in Andhra Pradesh, near here, said a top company official on Thursday.

Boards to display fee for drafting documents in all Tehsils & Sub-Tehsils

CHANDIGARH: In its endeavour to provide hassle-free and corruption-free services in a transparent manner, the Punjab Revenue Department has set up boards displaying the fee to be charged for writing registration and other documents in all Tehsils and Sub-Tehsils.

Afghan poll watchdog invalidates votes cast in Kabul constituency

KABUL:  Afghanistan's Electoral Complaints Commission (ECC) has invalidated all votes cast during the October 20 parliamentary elections in Kabul constituency, officials said on Thursday.

Mueller seeks no jail time for Trump's former NSA

WASHINGTON:  US special counsel Robert Mueller has told a federal court that President Donald Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn gave "substantial assistance" to the Russia investigation and should not get jail time.

Hackers bleeding large Indian firms by $10 mn on average each year: Microsoft

NEW DELHI:  A large-sized enterprise in India loses an average of $10.3 million owing to cyber attacks and a mid-sized organisation an average of $11,000 annually, a Microsoft-led study said on Wednesday.

Punjab minister for direct marketing of milk to consumers, iliminating middlemen

CHANDIGARH: The direct marketing and home delivery of milk and milk products must be attained by our dairy farmers to enhance their source of income as well as to avoid exploitation by the middle man. It was disclosed here today by Animal Husbandry, Fisheries & Dairy Development Minister Punjab Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu during addressing the seminar organized on the theme of sustainable dairy farming through indigenous breeds at AGROTECH-2018.

Abusive boss can turn you into a great leader

NEW DELHI:  Do you have an abusive boss at your workplace? If so, take heart. You are more likely to turn out to be a great boss in future, says a study.

Highest weather-related damage recorded in 2017: Climate index

KATOWICE ( POLAND):  Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka and Dominica were hardest hit in 2017, the year with the highest weather-related losses ever recorded, the Global Climate Risk Index, published by Germanwatch, said on Tuesday.

Delhi's parking policy caught in government-governor tussle

NEW DELHI: The national capital's first parking policy, which will restrict free parking in residential and public spaces and will enforce strict fines and criminal proceedings against vehicle owners found in violation of its provisions, has been stuck for more than 10 months, apparently caught in a tussle between the city government and the Lt Governor.

Indian fleet draw appreciation on Navy Day

NEW DELHI: The Indian maritime forces on Tuesday was celebrated for their role in the 1971 India-Pakistan War as leaders from across party lines hailed its men and women on Indian Navy Day.

Gang of robbers busted, four held

MOHALI:   The police have arrested four members of a gang of robbers that was mainly targeting migrants and looting their belongings by threatening or thrashing them.

Vintage car display at Army Literature Fest casts a spell around young spectators

CHANDIGARH: Enthusiastic amateu:  4x4 off-roaders on Thursday put their vehicles through the paces raking up adrenalin levels for the much anticipated Military Literature Festival (MLF) slated to be held here from December 7 to 9.

Global Investors Meet to be held at Dharamshala in June 2019

SHIMLA: In order to tap the vast potential of the State in attracting investment in sectors such as tourism, hospitality, resorts, pharmaceutical, MSME, engineering tools, information technology, health and wellness centers, herbal and Ayurved based projects, horticulture, power, food processing, real estate and education etc., the State meeting under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur here today decided for organizing a  'Global Investors’ meet on 11-12 June, 2019 in international tourist destination Dharamshala in district Kangra.

Punjab Government releases Rs.270 Cr for clearing pending VAT/GST refunds

CHANDIGARH: Giving a further push to the Captain Amarinder Singh led government’s efforts to streamline the state’s fiscal situation and ensure timely payments, the Finance Department has released another Rs. 270 Crores towards clearance of pending refunds related to GST and VAT of traders and industrialists.

Capt Amarinder govt releases rs. 270 cr for clearing pending vat / gst refunds

CHANDIGARH: Giving a further push to the Captain Amarinder Singh led government’s efforts to streamline the state’s fiscal situation and ensure timely payments, the Finance Department has released another Rs. 270 Crores towards clearance of pending refunds related to GST and VAT of traders and industrialists.

Rajashan Congress manifesto: Farm loan waiver, free education for women and jobs

JAIPUR: The Congress on Thursday promised a loan waiver for Rajasthan farmers, free education for women and right to health in its manifesto released in the state capital for the ensuing assembly polls due on December 7.

ECG facility be provided at the PHC and wellness centers: Brahm Mohindra

CHANDIGARH: In a path breaking development in providing the better health services to the citizen of Punjab, now onward ECG facility would be available at all Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and Health and Wellness Centres of the state. This was disclosed by Mr. Brahm Mohinhdra, Health and Family Welfare Minister Punjab while inaugurating the monthly review meeting of the Civil Surgeons.

Pakistani-American woman used bitcoin to finance IS

NEW YORK: A Pakistani-American woman has admitted in a federal court to using Bitcoin to finance the Islamic State terror outfit through fronts in China, Pakistan and Turkey.


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