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Microsoft rolls out anti-virus software to MacOS

Microsoft is rolling out its Windows Defender anti-virus software to Apple's operating system MacOS, with full virus and threat protection along with the usual ability to perform quick or full scans.

Athletic meet organised at KCET

To instill the spirit of sportsmanship and to enhance the physical fitness and social skills, the 6th Annual Athletic Meet was held at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET), here. The meet was dedicated to the 550th Parkash Purab of Guru Nanak’ Dev Ji and the function got off to a spectacular start with flag hoisting and releasing of colourful balloons into the air.

LS polls: BJP's key 'invisible' general secretaries

 As Lok Sabha elections near, the post of "Sangathan Mahamantri" (General Secretaries (Organisation)) becomes increasingly important in the BJP. The incumbent is a key political link with partys ideological mentor RSS and carries out coordination at various levels.

Christchurch attack: 5 Indian victims identified

CHRISTCHURCH: The Indian High Commission in New Zealand on Sunday confirmed that five Indians were killed in the Christchurch terror attack that claimed 50 lives.

Income Tax department sets up toll free helpline for Lok Sabha poll

CHANDIGARH: Following the directions of the Election Commission of India (ECI) to prevent the undue influence of voters by means of money and materials during the ensuing Lok Sabha polls in the state, the Director General Income Tax (Investigation) has set up a dedicated control room centre to receive complaints in this regard.

India, Pakistan hold 'constructive' discussions on Kartarpur corridor

Officials from India and Pakistan on Thursday held "detailed and constructive" discussions on the Kartarpur corridor which will enable pilgrims from India to travel to the Sikh shrine inside Pakistan through a dedicated corridor.

Rahul promises exclusive Ministry for Fisheries

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday assured the fishermen community that a Congress-led government will form a special Ministry for fisheries.

Ganga Ram Hospital starts kidney homecare services

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, here on Wednesday, launched "Kidney Care at Home", which aims to provide homecare services, like ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, continuous holter monitoring, care of catheter, dressing and wound care.

Health Minister launches ‘Punjab Kidney Foundation’ a kidney support group at Mohali hospital

MOHALI: Punjab Health Minister Brahm Mohindra on Wednesday launched a ‘Punjab Kidney Foundation’ a kidney support group and a dedicated Kidney Helpline at a private Hospital in Mohali.

Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago expands its working board

PALATRINE, IL: Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago (PCS) ( Officials formed their working board for the year 2019. PCS is an all volunteer non-profit community service organization which aims to promote Punjabi Culture within the Indian community and also share it with the mainstream Americans.

Absent in 2014, social media a key battleground

In 2014 when the world's largest democracy organised the 16th Lok Sabha polls, the impact of social media on the voters was minimal and traditional media ruled the turf.

World Archery extends partnership with Rinehart

 Target manufacturer Rinehart has extended its gold-level sponsorship of World Archery for an additional two years, taking the partnership through to the end of 2020. Rinehart has designed and manufactured top-tier 3D targets since 1999.

PAN made compulsary for filing nomination by candidates in Lok Sabha poll: CEC

NEW DELHI: The Election Commission of India has made mentining PAN in the nomination paper by candidates in the Lok Sabha elections. This was announced here today by Chief Election Commission Sunil Arora while addressing a press conference.

Ex Students of Khalsa College turns nostalgic at fourth global alumni meet

AMRITSAR: There was nostalgic anxiousness all around the heritage campus as scores of ex-students met at historic Khalsa College’s Global Alumni meet, here today. They recalled their cherished memories at the alma mater and exchanged pleasantries, hugs and handshakes, remembering the old times spent together.

Bajrang and Pooja win gold; Vinesh, Sarita, Sakshi and Sandeep bag silver in Bulgaria

RUSE (BULGARIA): India won two gold and four silver medals in the Dan Kolov-Nikol Petrov Ranking Series in Ruse (Bulgaria). Bajrang Punia (65 kg)  and Pooja Dhanda (59 kg) claimed gold medals in their respective categories in freestyle competitions. Indian women finished fifth by logging 65 points in freestyle competitions. Indian woman wrestler Seema obtained 15th position in 53 kg freestyle category.

CEC appoints Harman Sidhu and Dr.Kiran Kumari as icons for PWD

CHANDIGARH: With a view to ensure active participation of the Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in the election process the office of Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab has deputed Ms. Harman Sidhu and Dr. Kiran Kumari as the PWD’s Icon. Ms. Harman Sihdu though physically disable but earned international acclaim for his commendable work in social service similarly Dr. Kiran Kumari is eminent professor working in Punjabi University.

Capt Amarinder to lead all party delegation to meet PM for funds for 550th Parkash Purb

CHANDIGARH: To press the Central Government for allocation of special grant for the 550th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday announced his decision to lead an all-party delegation to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi soon in this regard.

Modi conferred with Seoul Peace Prize

SEOUL: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was conferred the 14th Seoul Peace Prize at a function here on Friday.

Aryans Group is education partner in Chandigarh Rose Festival

CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh Tourism is going to organize 3 days Rose Festival on 22-23-24th February at Rose Garden, Chandigarh supported by Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh as an Education Partner. The 3 days mega event would be dedicated to pay tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama Attack.

Khalsa College to Host All India Guru Nanak Hockey Gold Cup

AMRITSAR: Khalsa Hocky Academy under the Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) will be organizing the prestigious All-India Guru Nanak Dev Ji Hockey Gold Cup-2019 at historic Khalsa College campus from February 20 to 24. The top hockey teams from across the country are participating in the tourney, said KCGC honourary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina.


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