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Electricity (Amendment) Bill may worsen power sector crisis – AIPEF

CHANDIGARH: Power sector experts and engineers from across the country   opposed the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2014 which seeks to extend privatization to power distribution and are of firm view that this may worsen power sector crisis.

1,500 entrepreneurs/investors from 150 countries for GES 2017 in Hyderabad

INDIANAPOLIS/HYDERABAD: The eighth annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) will be organized in Hyderabad, capital of Telangana state (India), from November 28 to 30. It was announced by co-hosts  United States of America and the Republic of India. The Summit will highlight the theme Women First, Prosperity for All, and will focus on supporting women entrepreneurs and fostering economic growth globally.

Iman stuns top seed Dhruv and Aakash upsets 2nd seed Sathish

CHANDIGARH: Fifth seed  Iman Sonowal of Assam and seventh seed Aakash Yadav of Delhi set up title clash in the boys under-17 singles final after recording upset victories in their respective semi-finals in the 26th Smt Krishna Khaitan All India Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament 2017 here today.

Leh freezes, Gulmarg coldest in Kashmir Valley

SRINAGAR: Night temperatures in Ladakh dropped to below freezing point at minus 7.9 degrees Celsius while Gulmarg was the coldest place in the Kashmir Valley with a minus 4.6 degrees Celsius, a Met department official said on Sunday.

"Apologize before 15th December or face the Court", Prof Panditrao issues warning to Punjabi singers

CHANDIGARH:  Panditrao Dharenavar, assistant professor has issued legal notice to Punjabi singers who have already sung vulgar songs. promotong alcoholism and use of  Weaponry  in Punjabi language.

Delhi's air quality deteriorates, becomes 'very poor'

NEW DELHI:  Hours after slight improvement in the air quality of Delhi-NCR, the national capital again started inhaling toxins as the quality of air deteriorated from "poor" in the morning to "very poor" in the evening on Saturday.

India wants Jadhav's mother to be allowed to meet him first

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday said it has received India's reply to its offer to allow the wife of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death here, to meet his wife. According to sources, India has requested that Jadhav's mother be allowed to meet him first.

Abhishek (149 n.o) and Abhimanu (117) help Bengal post 309-3

CHANDIGARH: Resuming at their overnight score of 76 for no loss, Bengal further consolidated their first innings by piling up an impressive total of 309 for 3 in 98 overs at close of play on second day in the Ranji Trophy match against Punjab at the Gandhi Ground in Amritsar on Saturday.
Punjab were dismissed for 147 in their first innings.

Punjab Police nabs three drug smugglers from Indo-Pak border

CHANDIGARH: Continuing with its crackdown on drugs trade, the Punjab Police has busted a gang of drug traffickers and smugglers with the arrest of three persons from the Indo-Pak border area in Ferozepur district.

India's Manushi Chhillar wins Miss World crown

SANYA(China): India's Manushi Chhillar on Saturday won the coveted Miss World 2017 title at a glittering event here, ending 16 years of drought for India at the international pageant.

Germany puts blanket ban on smartwatches for kids

BERLIN: Germany's telecommunications regulator has announced a blanket ban on smartwatches for children over privacy concerns and asked parents to destroy the ones already purchased.

Bihar medical college fines 54 students for ragging

PATNA: Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital authorities in Bihar have imposed Rs 50,000 fine each on 54 second year students for ragging their juniors, an official said on Saturday.

Scientists from across World gathered at LPU to contemplate how to reuse

JALANDHAR: The School of Bioengineering and Biosciences at Lovely Professional University is organizing 2-day Global Conference ‘ISSWM (Innovative Strategies for Sustainable Water Management)-2017’ in collaboration with the department of Bio-resources Engineering, McGill University, Canada, at LPU Campus.

Jalandhar (Rural) Police arrest 3 narcotic smugglers, recovers intoxicant tablets

JALANDHAR: Tightening noose against the anti-social elements, narcotic smugglers drug smugglers  Gurpreet Singh Bhullar, Senior Superintendent of Police, Jalandhar (Rural) has arrested three narcotic smugglers and recovered intoxicant tablets from them.

Will Himachal voters prefer ‘Prem’ over ‘Vir.’

CHANDIGARH: Voters in the Himachal Assembly election have performed their duty well. Though the counting far away yet both the parties—BJP and Congress- begin to stake their claim to form the next government in Himachal Pradesh, the ultimate for which would be known only on December 18 as to which way the wind blows. With political crystal gazers predicting close finish which could swing either way on December 18 when the counting of votes polled in the Himachal Pradesh Assembly is taken up, the two parties are keenly engaged in doing anticipatory number crunching.

Alap Mishra topples top seed Jaswanth in BS U-19

CHANDIGARH: The prequarter-final round matches in the boys under-19 witnessed a number of upsets in the in the 26th Smt Krishna Khaitan All India Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament 2017 at the Panjab University Badminton Hall in Sector 14 here today.

CBI arrests MCD Junior Engineer accepting bribe of Rs.75,000

NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested Kulbhushal Jindal a Junior Engineer of North Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) posted at Narela, New Delhi for demanding & accepting a bribe of Rs. 75,000/- from the Complainant.

I don't see any immediate recovery of our economy: Manmohan Singh

KOCHI: In a hard-hitting speech against the Narendra Modi government, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said the three-and-a-half year rule has ruined all sectors and also created a wedge in the secular credentials of India.

Punjab sets up cabinet sub committee under Capt Amarinder Singh for regular review of economy

CHANDIGARH: The cash-crunched Punjab government has decided to regularly review its fiscal condition, with focus on expenditure curtailment and resource mobilization.

Haryana, UP, Punjab and Maharashtra qualify for semis

PUNE: Impressive performances from Hockey Haryana, Uttar Pradesh Hockey, Hockey Punjab and Hockey Maharashtra saw them qualify for the semi-finals of the 2nd Hockey India 5-a-side Senior National Championship 2017 (Women) at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Stadium, Balewadi, Pune on Friday.