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Amid show of strength, INLD splits; Ajay Chautala to float new party

CHANDIGARH: Amid a show of strength by two warring Chautala brothers, elder brother Ajay Singh Chautala on Saturday announced he and his sons will float a new political party next month. With this, the split in the INLD's first family is official.

Haryana engineers oppose privatisation of power distribution

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Power Engineers Association has strongly opposed  the  ongoing process of privatisation of  power distribution companies  in Odisha.

Capt Amarinder ridicules Badal for trying to divert attention from SIT probe in sacrilege case

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has ridiculed Akali Dal leader and his predecessor, Parkash Singh Badal, for the latter’s desperate attempts to divert public attention from the ongoing SIT investigation against him in the Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan firing cases by claiming it to be politically motivated.

Chidambaram responds to Modi's challenge, lists non-Gandhi Congress Presidents

NEW DELHI:  A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi challenged the Congress to appoint a non-Gandhi as party president for five years, former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Saturday listed out the names of Congress presidents from outside the Gandhi family.

Parrikar should hand over charge, administration paralysed: BJP ally

PANAJI:  Ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar should hand over charge since the state administration under his leadership has been paralysed for eight months, a BJP ally said here on Saturday.

YouTube comedian 'MostlySane' fights hate online but 'likes' trolls

UNITED NATIONS: How does one react to the torrent of hate engulfing the social media?

Misty morning in Delhi, air quality 'very poor'

NEW DELHI:  The national capital on Saturday witnessed a misty morning with deteriorated air quality which was recorded in the 'very poor' category, after being 'poor' since Thursday.

Decorated war veteran Brigadier Chandpuri dead

CHANDIGARH:  Decorated war veteran Brigadier Kuldip Singh Chandpuri died in a private hospital in Mohali near here on Saturday, family sources said. He was 78.

Decorated war veteran Brigadier Chandpuri dead

CHANDIGARH:  Decorated war veteran Brigadier Kuldip Singh Chandpuri died in a private hospital in Mohali near here on Saturday, family sources said. He was 78.

Kupwara boy selected for Vijay Merchant Trophy U-16

SRINAGAR: Basit Bashir Lone of Kupwara has been selected for the Jammu and Kashmir’s cricket team under-16 for Vijay Merchant Trophy.

Madhu Chopra in Jodhpur to check Priyanka-Nick's wedding preps

JODHPUR:  Actress Priyanka Chopra's mother Madhu landed here to check on the wedding preparations for her daughter, who is set to marry American singer beau Nick Jonas.

President to embark on maiden visit to Vietnam, Australia

NEW DELHI:  President Ram Nath Kovind will embark on a week-long visit to Vietnam and Australia beginning Sunday.

Journalists should focus more on developmental stories: Jai Ram Thakur

SHIMLA: The state level function on the occasion of National Press Day on the theme- 'Journalism Ethics and Challenges in Digital Era' was organised here today by the H.P Information and Public Relations Department.

Indian surgeons' body elects new president

HYDERABAD:  Eminent breast cancer surgeon P. Raghu Ram has been elected as the President of The Association of Surgeons of India (ASI), which represents the surgical fraternity across the country.

Steep rise in government data requests from India in 2018 first half: Facebook

NEW DELHI:  Facebook has recorded 16,580 data requests from the Indian government in the first six months of 2018 -- a steep rise compared to a total of 22,024 requests in the full year of 2017 and 13,613 in 2016.

Kids of Patiala now have a fun way to learn through SOLE Labs

PATIALA: In modern times, teaching methods are increasingly becoming dependent on rapidly evolving modern technology. However, these methods of improved pedagogy have eluded Government School going students across the nation. But no more shall be the case with children of Patiala.

CM announces one time scholarship to 20 topper students of Bal Ashrams

SHIMLA: The state government would provide one time scholarship of Rs. 10,000 each to ten boys and ten girls living in Bal Ashrams topping in joint merit list of the Bal Ashrams/Bal Grih of the state, from 8th to 12th standard annual examinations under the Mukhya Mantri Bal Uddhar Yojana.

Sikh asylum cases see big spurt as Canada acknowledges revival of separatism

CHANDIGARH:  The number of asylum seekers in Canada from India, a majority of them Sikhs, has soared by over 300 per cent in the past two years alone, with the Canadian government agencies acknowledging "renewed support for separatism in the Punjab region".

Rahul targets Modi, MP CM

DEORI ( MADHYA PRADESH):  Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over demonetization, calling it the "biggest scam" in the country, and attacked the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh over corruption and unemployment.

India has Rs 1,500 cr bank guarantee on offsets in Rafale deal

NEW DELHI:  India has secured a bank guarantee for about Rs 1,500 crore from Dassault in the Rafale jet deal as a safeguard against any violations of the offset policy prepared in accordance with the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP), a leading financial daily said on Friday.


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