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Shuttler Sindhu thanks ministry for Padma Bhushan nomination

Elated at being nominated for the country's third highest civilian honour -- Padma Bhushan -- Rio Olympics silver medallist shuttler P.V. Sindhu on Monday thanked the Sports Ministry for the recommendation.

HMV won the First position in Senior Open State Athletics Championship

The Athletics team of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya participated in Senior Open State Athletics Championship held at Sangrur and got the First position. Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen congratulated the winners. Manpreet Kaur won 2 Gold and 2 Silver Medals,Mandeep Kaur won 2 Gold and 1 Silver Medal, Km. Sharandeep Kaur won 2 Gold and 1 Silver Medal, Km. Mandeep Kaur won 1 Gold and Km. Sarabjit Kaur won 1 Bronze Medal. Principal Dr. Sareen gave her blessings to the team members. On this occasion, Team Coach Sarabjit Singh Happy, Head of Physical Education Deptt. Sudarshan Kang, Harmeet Kaur, Sukhwinder and Ms. Baldeena D. Khokhar were also present there.

Vigilance Bureau expresses grief over the death of DFSO Kamaldeep Singh Gill

CHANDIGARH: While expressing profound grief over the unfortunate suicide of DFSO Kamaldeep Singh Gill, the Punjab Vigilance Bureau stated that the investigation agency was probing missing of 34,038 paddy bags from Sardar Rice Mill, Sadopur, tehsil Malerkotla in Sangrur district since December 2016 which was confirmed by the special team through physical verification of the stock in the mill last year on December 14.

'Newton' is India's official entry for the Oscars: Rajkummar Rao

National-Award winning Rajkummar Rao's latest release "Newton" is India's official entry for Academy Awards in 2018. An excited Rajkummar on Friday took to Twitter to announce the news.

Honey Baisoya in the driver’s seat with a seven-shot lead

NOIDA: Delhi’s Honey Baisoya was in the driver’s seat after round three of the PGTI Players Championship at Noida Golf Course as he pulled ahead by a substantial seven shots courtesy a fiery six-under-66 on Thursday. Baisoya, who totaled 15-under-201 for three days, is now well-placed for a successful title defence at the Rs. 30 lakh event.

Farah may turn film on girl power into web-series

Filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan says that she may turn the film she was planning to make on girl power into a web-series.

Nawanshehar DC asks farmers to say no to straw burning

NAWANSHAHR: Deputy Commissioner Sonali Giri today stressed the need of adopting consensual approach to shun the practice of straw and other crop residue burning in human interest. She exhorted the farmers to say no to straw burning so that district administration would not have to take stern legal action against the offenders.

Aksar 2’s first song Aaj Zid is a rage on YouTube!

Having received immense appreciation for the film’s trailer, the makers of Aksar 2 were a tad bit anxious about the reaction from audiences when they recently released the first song titled Aaj Zid.

Indian priest rescued from Yemen, reaches Vatican

NEW DELHI: Father Tom Uzhannalil, the Indian Catholic priest hailing from Kerala and abducted by terrorists in Yemen, reached the Vatican on Tuesday.

Abducted Kerala Catholic priest rescued in Yemen

Kerala Catholic priest Tom Uzhunnallil, abducted by terrorists in Aden in March last year, has been rescued from captivity from an undisclosed location in Yemen.

If the role is powerful, screen time doesn't bother me: Diana Penty

MUMBAI: Model turned actress Diana Penty, who is playing strong character in the upcoming film "Lucknow Central", says when it comes to choosing a film, she is least bothered about the screen time or the length of the character but the impact of it.

IFC Vans to teach farmers on the ill effects of stubble burning flagged off

Government of Punjab is making consistent efforts to create awareness amongst the farmers in the state about the ill-effects of crop residue burning especially paddy straw. As a part of Awareness campaign Department of Agriculture Punjab in collaboration with Petroleum Conservation Research Association, a Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas organization will be operating two suitably designed van in the interiors of the State to educate the farmers & people about the ill-effects of crop residue burning.

Happy I found you in this lifetime: Shilpa to Raj Kundra

Actress-entrepreneur Shilpa Shetty Kundra has shared a heart-warming message on her husband and businessman Raj Kundra's 42nd birthday on Saturday She says that she is very happy to find him as her "soul mate".

Shankar Das wins Kensville Open 2017; Amardip runner-up

AHMEDANAD: Kolkata’s Shankar Das delivered a resolute final round performance of one-under-71 to triumph by one shot at the Kensville Open 2017 presented by PGTI. Das, who signed off with a tournament total of 13-under-275 at the pristine Kensville Golf & Country Club in Ahmedabad on Friday, returned to winning ways after almost two years.

‘A journalist is akin to a soldier, use your pen wisely’ says Anshul Chhatrapati

CHANDIGARH: Drawing parallels between a soldier on the border with his gun and a journalist with his pen ready to write the truth, Anshul Chhatrapati, the son of slain journalist Ram Chander Chhatrapati, inspired the audience at an interaction in the Chandigarh Press Club on Friday.

Hardy Sandhu’s Sufi love ballad ‘Yaarr Ni Milyaa’ out now !

Hardy Sandhu is one of the most loved celebrities of the Punjabi Industry. He can also be called a ‘Hit machine’ as whatever song he releases becomes an immediate hit. From Soch, Joker, Naa Ji Naa to Backbone, the list of hits goes on. Adding to his long list of hits the singer released his new single ‘Yaarr Ni Milyaa’.

Gujarat launches subsidised food scheme for construction workers

It's 6.30 a.m. and construction workers have started assembling near kadiyanakas (hiring points) in search of a job. But one is witness to an unusual scene: Their tiffin boxes are empty.

LPU Bio-Technologist visited Canadian Universities for innovative Interdisciplinary Research

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Jalandhar : Research oriented bio-technologist at Lovely Professional University, Prof (Dr) Neeta Raj Sharma visited Canadian Universities and shared her innovative interdisciplinary research endeavours with scientists present there. Based on green technology, her research work aims efficient waste water treatment. Dr

Ashok Leyland Defence Systems signs MOU on Cooperation with Russia's Rosoboronexport and ELCOM

Ashok Leyland Defence Systems (ALDS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Cooperation with Russia's Rosoboronexport, on the sidelines of the International Military Technical Forum Army - 2017 held at Kubinka, near Moscow, on 25th August 2017. The Indian delegation to this forum was led by Mr Ashok Gupta, Secretary (Defence Production) Government of India.

Students of Rayat-Bahra Patiala Campus celebrated Teacher’s Day

 Students of Rayat-Bahra Patiala Campus celebrated The Teachers’ Day with full zeal and enthusiasm in its Campus to honour the teachers for their special contributions in their particular areas and the community in general.