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Military Literature Festival begins with tribute to WWI soldiers

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Governor V. P. Singh Badnore on Friday dedicated the Military Literature Festival (MLF) 2018 to the valour of over 74,000 Indians who had laid down their lives in World War I.

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.

OPPO A7: Impressive selfie camera, good battery life

NEW DELHI:  Riding on the success of its latest popular "F" series smartphone -- "F9 Pro" -- Chinese smartphone maker OPPO recently launched its new offering in the "A" series" -- the "A7" -- for Rs 16,990 in India.

Uma Bharti won’t contest Lok Sabha polls, to concentrate on Ram temple

NEW DELHI: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union minister Uma Bharti announced on Tuesday she will not contest the Lok Sabha election next year and will concentrate on the issues of Ram Temple in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya and cleanliness of the River Ganga for the next one-and-half years.

Dalai Lama offers condolences over former US President George HW Bush’s death

DHARAMSHALA: Dalai Lama offered his profound condolences over the passing away of President George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States.

Railways completes 194 km of eastern dedicated freight corridor

KANPUR:  The railways on Friday said it has completed the 194-km section from Bhadan to Khurja in Uttar Pradesh of the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC).

HP CM dedicates mega car parking project in Shimla town

SHIMLA: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur dedicated two mega projects worth about Rs. 90 crores to the people of the state in general and Shimla town in particular on Thursday. These projects include Rs. 82 crore car parking at Tutikandi near ISBT, Shimla and Rs. 8 crore renovated town hall at the Mall.

Threat of transfer remains, it’s not in one’s hands: J&K governor Satya Pal Malik

JAMMU: Amid a ranging controversy over his remarks on dissolving the Jammu and Kashmir assembly, Governor Satya Pal Malik has said the threat of transfer remains as it is not in one’s hands.

Fusion of Columbian and Punjabi Folklore at International Festival

AMRITSAR: The dance troupe from Columbia today rocked the stage with their mesmerizing performances at Khalsa College of Education (KCE) during the 6th Khalsa International Folk Festival. The glimpses of the fusion of Columbian and Punjabi folklore was writ large as the dancers from the South American country and college students took stage by storm as the audience witnessed a rare and magical performances.

26/11 attacks anniversary: Iconic reminders of courage, sacrifice across Mumbai inspire us every day

KAEVAN UMRIGAR: Once a year, on the anniversary of the 26/11 terror attacks, we remember the heroes and the martyrs who died so that we may live. But Mumbai forgets history easily. As the memory of those fear-filled nights recedes, and our ‘chalta hai’ attitude once again comes to the fore, we are in danger of repeating the mistakes that allowed 10 gunmen to take control of our beloved city for over 60 hours.

Nomenclature of PGT of the School would be changed to Lecturer:Himachal CM

SHIMLA:  Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while addressing the State Level Education Conference on Universal, Free, Compulsory and Quality Education for all in Auditorium of Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Agriculture University, Palampur in Kangra district today announced that the nomenclature of PGT of the School would be changed into Lecturers in the Education Department.

26/11 attacks anniversary: Lessons shrouded in lethargic strategic culture

MUMBAI: Mumbai city was held hostage by a group of terrorists from the Lashkar-e-Taiba who entered the city by the sea route and carried out a dastardly attack that led to the death of 166 people. The dead included security personnel and 28 foreign nationals from 10 nations.

PWD to provide all support for Kartarpur corridor stretch- Singla

CHANDIGARH: Appreciating the goodwill gesture of Centre as well as the Pakistan government towards construction of Kartarpur corridor, Mr Vijay Inder Singla, PWD Minister Punjab said that the department will extend all out support to construct the approximate two kilometer stretch of the corridor which falls in the Indian territory.

KCGC Organizes Colourful Religious Procession on Guru Nanak’s Gurpurab

AMRITSAR:  Khalsa College Governing Council, a conglomerate of educational institutions including historic Khalsa College today commemorated the 549th birth anniversary of Sikhism’s founder, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, with a colourful mega-religious procession. The parade passed through the city’s main roads and streets with religious fervour and devotion writ large as `Nagar Kirtan’ which started from Khalsa College and culminated at Golden Temple

Indian surgeons' body elects new president

HYDERABAD:  Eminent breast cancer surgeon P. Raghu Ram has been elected as the President of The Association of Surgeons of India (ASI), which represents the surgical fraternity across the country.

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 

T.M. Krishna to perform in Delhi on Saturday

NEW DELHI:  A concert featuring Carnatic musician T.M. Krishna, which was postponed by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) in controversial circumstances following vicious trolling on social media by rightwing elements, will now be held here on Saturday under the aegis of the Delhi government.

Activist Trupti Desai headed to Sabarimala stuck at Kochi airport for 5 hours, cops helpless

 THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Women’s rights activist Trupti Desai, who arrived in Kerala’s Kochi early on Friday to visit the Sabarimala temple, was blocked by angry protesters who laid a siege to the airport.

10 lifts zoom tourists to Statue of Unity viewing gallery

MUMBAI:  The Mumbai-based vertical transport solutions provider Otis India has installed 10 large lifts to zoom tourists onto the viewing gallery of the Statue of Unity, inaugurated recently in Gujarat, an official said here on Thursday.

CM Jai Ram Thakur presides over closing ceremony of Lavi fair

SHIMLA: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while presiding over the closing ceremony of the four-day long international Lavi fair at Rampur Bushahr in Shimla district , said that fairs and festivals are the inseparable part of the people of the state which highlight our rich traditions, customs and culture.


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