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52 Congress MPs come from 18 states, UTs

NEW DELHI: Who are the 52 candidates of the Congress who won despite the Narendra Modi wave in the just-concluded Lok Sabha elections?

Punjab DGP sets priorities to control terrorist crimes, gangsters, drugs

CHANDIGARH:  Aiming at control of crimes and elimination of drug menace,Punjab Director General of Police Dinkar Gupta today set the priorities for the Punjab police and stressed upon to put effective control on terrorist crimes, gangster activities, drive against drugs and heinous crimes in the states. In addition to this, he also directed the field officers to prevent and control the crimes against women and redress the public grievances on priority.

Punjab DGP sets priorities to control terrorist crimes, gangsters, drugs

CHANDIGARH:  Aiming at control of crimes and elimination of drug menace,Punjab Director General of Police Dinkar Gupta today set the priorities for the Punjab police and stressed upon to put effective control on terrorist crimes, gangster activities, drive against drugs and heinous crimes in the states. In addition to this, he also directed the field officers to prevent and control the crimes against women and redress the public grievances on priority.

FlyAmritsar Initiative Thanks Canada MP’s for taking up issue of flights from Canada to Amritsar

TORONTO: FlyAmritsar Initiative, a civil society global initiative for connecting Amritsar airport to destinations across the world, has thanked Canadian Member of Parliament Hon’ble Ruby Sahota (representing Brampton-North in Ontario) for tabling a petition in the Canadian Parliament requesting the Government to proactively advocate for a direct flight between Toronto/Vancouver to Amritsar, India.

GGMSSS-18 win Chandigarh Sub-Jr Girls Hockey

CHANDIGARH: Government Girls Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 18 emerged winners in the Chandigarh State Sub Junior Women Hockey Championship at the Sector 42 Hockey Stadium here. In the title clash, they blanked Government Model High School, Sector 25 by 6-0.

Power agenda for new Indian government

CHANDIGARH: Indian power sector has grown tremendously in the in last decade than the preceding several decades but this is not enough. A model power sector in the country remains a pipe dream and benefits of surplus power generation capacity are negated by power distribution companies facing cash crunch.

Telangana extends school holidays due to heat wave

HYDERABAD: With no letup in heat wave conditions in Telangana, the state government on Friday decided to extend summer holidays for schools till June 11.

My endgoal is to be better actor: Mithila Palkar

NEW DELHI:  There's an intrinsic verve that Mithila Palkar brings alive with 'little things' she does when she faces the camera. The actress, who will soon be seen in "Chopsticks", says she is focussed on being a better artiste everyday, rather than chasing the stardom that entices many into the world of showbiz.

Modi to meet mother on Sunday, visit Varanasi on Monday

NEW DELHI:  After the landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit his mother in Gujarat tomorrow to seek her blessings for the second term.

Yet again, Delhi elects only one woman to LS

NEW DELHI:  Once again, Delhi has elected only one woman to enter the Lok Sabha, keeping with a sort of pattern.

Indian women excel but still underpaid: Experts

CHANDIGARH: Women in India, though excelled in their talent but still underpaid and are deprived of being as leaders. Society and Corporate need to come forward to bridge the gaps between the genders for the national prosperity. Suggests experts during a conference themed on ‘Women Empowerment Leveraging Gender Diversity’ organised by PHD Chamber  today at PHD House, Sector 31, Chandigarh. The conference was designed to bring out strategic inputs to leverage gender diversity for the growth of organizations and businesses.

N-E India sends 3 women to Lok Sabha, one more than 2014

 AGARTALA / GUWAHATI:  North-east India, comprising eight states, is sending three women to the Lok Sabha -- one more than the 2014 general election. Of the three women, elected for the 17th Lok Sabha, two are new faces and belong to the BJP: Queen Oja (from Guwahati parliamentary seat) and Pratima Bhowmik (Tripura West).

Pratyaksh and Jivitesh leading in Chandigharh Open Chess

CHANDIGARH: Pratyaksh Goel of Chandigarh, Jivitesh Singh of Uttrakhand were leading with four points in the Chandigrh Open Fide Rated Chess  after the end of round 4  at Dr. Ambedkar Bhawan, Sector 37A here today.

Indian women's hockey team lose 0-4 to Korea

JINCHEON (KOREA): The Indian women's hockey team lost 0-4 to hosts Republic of Korea in the third match here on Friday. India had earlier registered two back-to-back wins but could not muster a third win to end the Series on a sweet note. 

Bhagwant Mann's victory revives hope for third political alternative in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: The thumping victory of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) state president Bhagwant Mann from Sangrur Lok Sabha seat has revived the hopes of third political alternative in Punjab. The split in the AAP and defection by its MLAs had frustrated the people who wanted to see a government with good governance.

Vistara leases six aircraft to boost domestic market growth

NEW DELHI:  Full-service carrier Vistara on Friday said it has leased an additional six aircraft from BOC Aviation to accelerate its growth in the domestic market.

Piyush Goyal may become next Finance Minister, Prasad may get Telecom

 NEW DELHI: As the election results paved the way for the formation of a new government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, several names have started doing the rounds for getting plum Cabinet portfolios.

Shahan aims for double in X-30 National Championship

BENGALURU: Young Shahan Ali Mohsin will be the cynosure of all eyes as the X-30 class of the JK Tyre-FMSCI National Karting Championship gets under way at the Meco Kartopia on Saturday.

Rahul Gandhi may offer to resign at CWC meet on Saturday

NEW DELHI:  Amid speculation that Congress President Rahul Gandhi may offer to resign, a Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting is scheduled on Saturday to look into the reasons for the party's Lok Sabha elections debacle and decide on its further course of action to take on the BJP, which has grown in strength over the last five years.

Modi's mega swearing-in ceremony likely on May 30

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi may be sworn-in for the second term on May 30 and some world leaders could be invited for it, making it an event bigger than the 2014 when heads of governments of SAARC countries were invited, sources said here on Friday.

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