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Apple's new iPhones, Watch Series 4 now on sale

SAN FRANCISCO:  Apple has announced that its newly-launched iPhone "XR" , "XS", "XS Max" and "Watch Series 4" are going on sale globally from Friday.

Engineer’s Day Celebrated at Rayat-Bahra, Patiala Campus

PATIALA: Rayat-Bahra  Patiala Campus students of B.Tech and M.Tech  celebrated  of Engineer’s Day dedicated to Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, a wizard in Engineering. The best way to predict the future is to create it. It is only the engineering that converts the scientific knowledge into technology and then technology into successful innovations. Many seemingly aspects of our daily lives have been conceptualized, designed and developed by an Engineer. Engineering explore and invent new alternatives to better benefit the world where we live in.

Modi heading to Varanasi on 68th birthday

NEW DELHI:Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a two-day visit to Varanasi, his Lok Sabha constituency, on Monday to celebrate his 68th birthday.

Google employees resign over censored China search engine project

SAN FRANCISCO: Seven Google employees have resigned citing lack of corporate transparency after the Internet giant revealed its efforts to re-enter China through a censored search application code-named project "Dragonfly".

Number of callers keep soaring on Door Step Delivery helpline

NEW DELHI: Delhi Government’s Door Step Delivery Services Scheme launched on September 10 continued to get a massive response on the second day also. On the third day of the launch, more than 21,000 calls were connected.

Apple unveils 3 iPhones with dual SIM, impressive cameras

San Francisco : Apple officially introduced its 2018 line-up of iPhones -- the premium iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR at an event in California late on Wednesday.

Lifetime Achievement Award for Dan Santorum

HILTON HEAD ISLAND (SOUTH CAROLINA): Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) on Wednesday announced that its CEO, Dan Santorum, received the National Public Parks Tennis Association (NPPTA) Jean and Hollis Smith Lifetime Achievement Award.  The award, presented annually, recognizes an individual who has been an outstanding advocate, and who has promoted the NPPTA across the country.

Sri Guru Ram Das International Airport Amritsar gets new flights to Hyderabad, Goa, Bangkok, Mumbai

AMRITSAR: There is good news for Sri Guru Ram Das International Airport as Indian airline carriers IndiGo, SpiceJet and Jet Airways is starting new flights from the Winter season. Low-cost carrier Indigo will operate daily Hyderabad flight from the Airport from September 15, and SpiceJet is starting direct daily flights to Goa and Bangkok from November 6.

Rahul hugs Modi but runs away from Income Tax department

New Delhi:Accusing the Gandhi family of consistently dedicating itself to only enhancing its "personal economic strength", the BJP on Tuesday said that Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who is quick to hug Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is running away from the Income Tax department.

Twitter India partners White Swan Foundation, unveils special emoji

NEW DELHI:In a bid to raise awareness on suicide prevention in India, Twitter India on Monday announced a partnership with non-profit organisation White Swan Foundation in which, the company will provide them with #adsforgood grants to help them reach more people.

Win 2019 and remain in power for next 50 years: Shah

NEW DELHI: With slogans of "Ajeya Bharat" and "Atal Bhajapa" the two-day BJP National Executive concluded here on Sunday not only pledging to return to power in 2019 but also to remain there for the next 50 years on the basis of performance and its organisational strength.

81 faculty members honoured on the occasion of Teachers’ Day at CGC Landran

MOHALI: Paying rich tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran celebrated Teachers’ Day by felicitating 81 faculty members for their rich contribution in diversified field of academics. 22 teachers were awarded the ‘Best Teacher Award’ citations, while 59 were honoured with ‘Certificates of Excellence’ in teaching learning process and their valuable contribution in research and innovation.

President, PM pay tribute to Radhakrishnan on Teachers' Day

NEW DELHI: President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday paid homage to the country's second President Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on his birth anniversary, which is celebrated as Teachers' Day across the country.

Manimahesh pilgrimage begins in Himachal

CHAMBA(HP): The 14-day long pilgrimage to the glacier-fed Manimahesh lake, dedicated to Lord Shiva, in the Bharmour valley here began on Monday amidst religious fervour, an official said.

Calling for discipline not autocratic: Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched a veiled attack on the opposition for disrupting Parliament proceedings and dubbing presiding officers who tried to enforce discipline as "autocrats". Modi praised Rajya Sabha Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu for ensuring "discipline" in the House.

‘Fitoor’ B Jay Randhawa’s new song is giving a new way to express love

CHANDIGARH: This monsoon the Punjabi music industry is solely devoted to love songs. As of now, the rains may be scarce but it’s pouring more romance in Punjabi music industry. To redefine the meaning of love B Jay Randhawa has come up with the cutest romantic number ‘Fitoor’ today.

Hindus seek dedicated area for scattering cremated remains on England’s Windermere Lake

Hindus are urging for the creation of a dedicated area for the dispersal of the cremated remains over Windermere Lake, England's largest lake and part of English Lake District World Heritage Site.

5 things to keep in mind while preparing for the IELTS

When it comes to realising your dream of studying abroad, there are several tests and barriers that you will have to navigate. Alongside your application, the visa, and examinations like the SAT, the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is an essential requirement for this dream.

Here's Your Guide to Non-Collateral Education Loans

Higher education in India has evolved to be more advanced to meet world standards. Consequently, the cost of education has also increased. So, educational loans have been introduced like Bank of India education loanto support students aspiring to pursue higher education in various universities in India and abroad. Different Indian banks have tie-ups with universities and institutes to offer educational loans. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) allows students to ask for an educational loan up to Rs. 10 Lakhs for studying within India and up to Rs. 20 Lakhs for studying outside the country.

Google celebrates Don Bradman's 110th birth anniversary

Internet search engine Google on Monday dedicated a doodle to cricketing great Donald George Bradman on his 110th birth anniversary.


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