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Rotary Club of Ludhiana North awards Scholarships to the Govt. College of Girls, Ludhiana

LUDHIANA:  Rotary Club of Ludhiana North has selected 10 humble candidates to receive scholarships of Rs. 5000 each to the students of Govt. College of Girls.

#Metoo reaches Congress doors, scribe alleges molestation by UPA minister

NEW DELHI: The #MeToo movement that has singed the entrainment and media industry alike besides engulfing Union Minister M.J. Akbar, on Tuesday reached Congress door with journalist Sonal Kellogg alleging that she was molested by a "powerful politician" and a minister in the Congress-led UPA-I government.

DAV College, Chandigarh bag men and women overall trophies

CHANDIGARH: DAV College, Sector 10 Chandigarh  claimed both men and women team trophies in the 71st Annual Panjab University Athletic Championship at the PU Campur here today. DAV College got possession of the men's overall trophy as they logged 119 points. SGGS College, Sector-26 Chandigarh finished a close runners-up with 109 points. SCD Government College, Ludhiana were third with 11 points.

Policeman, 3 militants killed in Srinagar gunfight

SRINAGAR: A Jammu and Kashmir policeman and three militants were killed in a gunfight in old city area of Srinagar on Wednesday, police said.

Allahabad now officially renamed Prayagraj

LUCKNOW: Allahabad will now on be officially known as Prayagraj.

Vipanjeet races to glory

CHANDIGARH: Vipanjeet Kaur of Guru Nanak Girls College, Ludhiana, clocked 25.17s to set the new meet record in the women’s 200m dash in the ongoing Panjab University Annual Athletics Meet here on Monday and claim the gold medal.

Educational infrastructure will be strengthened in rural areas: Jai Ram Thakur

SHIMLA: The State Government is committed to make Himachal Pradesh an ‘Education Hub’ of the country for which special focus is being laid on strengthening the educational infrastructure, particularly in rural areas. This was stated by the Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur after dedicating new college building of government degree college at Killar in Pangi valley of Chamba district today. The building has been constructed by spending Rs. 4.60 crore.

Rotary Club North awards Scholarships to the Govt. College of Girls, Ludhiana

 LUDHIANA: Rotary club Ludhiana has selected 10 deserving candidates to receive scholarships of Rs. 5000 each to the students of Govt. College of Girls.

Bihar official dies of dengue

PATNA: A Bihar government official succumbed to dengue fever here, an official said on Monday, adding that more than 260 cases have been detected at the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH).

Exciting to be a menswear designer in India right now: Kunal Rawal

NEW DELHI:Fashion designer Kunal Rawal, who has dressed up some of Bollywood's most stylish men, including Shahid Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Arjun Kapoor, says the menswear industry is evolving fast in India.

Prestigious Einstein Prize for Indian American professor Abhay Ashtekar

CHICAGO: Over four decades after he began his scientific engagement with gravitational science, Professor Abhay Ashtekar is set to receive the prestigious Einstein Prize conferred by the American Physical Society (APS).

Message 'We are Sikh' was delivered by tying over 300 turbans

INDIANAPOLIS: Leaders of all major religions of the world shared a common stage to loudly and clearly sent a powerful message  to learn, understand and respect the other religions for religiously and peaceful living together. The religious leaders from different faiths prayed in their own language and explained about their religion/community during the Festival of Faiths, organized by Center for Inter-faith Cooperation at Veterans Memorial Plaza and Indiana War Memorial, Downtown here.

Somveer sets new pole vault record in PU Athletics

CHANDIGARH: Somveer of DAV College, Secctor 10, Chandigarh created a new meet record by clearing  4.30 metres in the men's pole vault event of the  Panjab University 71st Annual Athletic Meet  at P.U. Sports ground here today.

Top Lawyer KTS Tulsi applauded Aryans Law Students for E-munshi App

CHANDIGARH: Senior Supreme Court Advocate & Rajya Sabha Member, Sh. KTS Tulsi applauded the students of Aryans College of Law and Aryans College of Engineering for their joint project “eMunshi- Advocate Diary” App which would be very helpful for the lawyers, Munshi’s etc to keep the record of their Court Dates. 

First beneficiary of Chandigarh under ‘Ayushman Bharat Scheme’ walks again

CHANDIGARH: Hope has replaced despair in his life.  Who was disabled yesterday has become enabled today, and, what can be a liability on his family has been turned into an asset again. Poor family emotions, numbed by his impairment, have begun to feel the surge.

1,945 students conferred degrees during 13th Annual Convocation of CGC Landran

MOHAL1: 1900-plus non-engineering graduates of 2017 and 2018 batches were awarded degrees at the 13th Annual Convocation of Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran. These comprised students from MBA, MCA, BBA, BCA, B.Com, B. Pharmacy, M. Pharmaceutics, M. Pharmacology, M.Pharmachemistry, B.Sc Biotech, M.Sc Biotech, B.Sc. HMCT, B.Sc. ATHM, BHMCT, and B.Sc. HHA. Students who bagged merit positions were also honoured with medals during the event. These comprised 47 gold medallists, 54 silver medallists and 55 bronze medallists.

MOA signed between PEC and SIEMENS to establish a Center of Excellence

CHANDIGARH: A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was signed by the Punjab Engineering College (Deemed to Be University) with M/S Siemens Industry Software (India) Pvt Limited (SISW) to set up a Center of Excellence in the area of Manufacturing Engineering, Control and Automation.

Himachal Pradesh Cabinet cancelled MoU for setting up Ski village in Kullu district

SHIMLA: The State Cabinet in its meeting held here today under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur decided to cancel the memorandum of understanding (MoU) and implementation agreement signed on 5 June, 2006 with M/s Himalayan Ski Village Limited for setting up of Ski village in Kullu district.

Separatist-called shutdown over Ph.D scholar killing hits valley

SRINAGAR: Life across the Kashmir Valley was affected by a separatist-called shutdown on Friday protesting the killing of a Ph.D scholar-turned-militant commander in a gunfight in Kupwara district.

Ph.D scholar among 2 militants killed in J&K

SRINAGAR: Two Kashmiri militants, including a Ph.D scholar, were killed in a gunfight with security forces on Thursday in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district, police said.


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