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NaMo set to retain power, opposition stunned

NEW DELHI: In a stunning electoral showing, the BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on Thursday set to retain power for another five years after making a sweep of the Lok Sabha battle and mauling the opposition.

Chhina Congratulates Modi, BJP Top Brass, for Clean Sweep

AMRITSAR: Bhartiya Janata Party senior leader Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina today extended heartiest congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP top brass including party Chief Amit Shah for the historic and emphatic win in Lok Sabha elections. He said Modi’s vision of `powerful, asserting India’ has been vindicated by the extra-ordinary mandate of the people in favour of his policies.

Congress has to pay for Sidhu's Pakistan visit: Punjab CM

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday said the Congress has to pay for his cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu's visit to Pakistan.

Punjab cop Gurjot Kaler scales Hurro Mountain of Machaadhar Range

CHANDIGARH: Deputy Superintendent of Police, Gurjot Singh Kaler scaled the Hurro Mountain of Machaadhar range of the Himalayas situated at a height of 14500 feet (4370 metres). Meanwhile Punjab Police has congratulated him for his remarkable achievement.

Spectrum auction, 5G trials top Telecom Ministry agenda for new government

NEW DELHI: Preparing the Cabinet note for spectrum auction, rolling out of the new digital communications policy and establishing regulatory sandboxes, 5G technology trials, policy on experimentation and trial spectrum for technologies in June, will top the agenda of the Union Telecom Ministry over the next three months once the new government takes over.

India on way to re-elect government that launched GST

NEW DELHI:  Bucking trends overseas, where governments lost elections after launching the Goods and Services Tax (GST), India appears to have voted overwhelmingly for the ruling party, suggesting that the new indirect tax regime has been widely accepted as a major economic reform.

Punita Sharma of Jalandhar will represent Cadet for Mountaineering Expedition 2019

JALANDHAR: PCM S.D. College for Women student Punita Sharma of B.Com Semester-IV has been selected as an NCC Cadet for Mountaineering Expedition 2019 to be held at Sikkim. Only twenty NCC Cadets from all over India were selected for the same. It is such prodigious honour that Punita Sharma is going to represent Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh Directorate. She will represent 2nd Punjab Girls Battalion of Jalandhar NCC Group. This expedition will last for about 48 days. The cadets are supposed to scale Mount Thinchenkhong, Sikkim situated at the height of 6010m. Commanding Officer of 2nd Punjab Girls Battalion, Colonel Jasbir Singh and reverent Principal Dr.(Mrs.) Kiran Arora felicitated the student and wished her luck for this assiduous undertaking.

BJP retains all four Himachal LS seats

SHIMLA:  The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday retained all the four Lok Sabha seats in the state as its candidates won by a record huge margins, election officials said.

Goa CM congratulates PM, Shah for 'spectacular' win

PANAJI:  Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Thursday congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP President Amit Shah for pulling off a "spectacular" win in the 2019 general elections.

Favourites tag won't win India or England the WC: Shakib

NEW DELHI:  Hosts England and Team India have been touted as favourites to go the distance in the 2019 edition of the World Cup in England and Wales. But Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is keen to remind all that cricket is a game that is played on the field and not on paper.

Ranveer Singh uses baby filter on Deepika Padukone

MUMBAI:  Bollywood's livewire actor Ranveer Singh turned Deepika Padukone into an 'adorable baby' using a Snapchat filter on a photograph of his actress-wife.

Challenges of Teenage Driving and How to Tackle Them

Times are changing, and teenage isn’t what it was like a couple of decades ago. Today, with the world being more opena lot has come to fore. For children of today, teenage is an exciting time – the newfound independence, relaxed late-night curfews and even a car in the form of physical self-sufficiency.

BJP leads in 9 Haryana seats, Congress from Rohtak

CHANDIGARH: Haryana's ruling party BJP was leading in nine out of the 10 Lok Sabha seats in the state, while the Congress was ahead in the Rohtak seat, as per initial trends after the first two hours of counting of ballots.

Its heavyweights trailing, Chhindwara only good news for Congress in MP

CHHINDWARA:  Congress candidates father and son Kamal Nath and Nakul Nath are leading the race in both the Assembly bypoll as well as the Lok Sabha election respectively for the Chhindwara constituency in Madhya Pradesh.

DMK-led alliance leads in 36 seats in TN

CHENNAI:The DMK led alliance has established initial leads in 36 of the 38 Lok Sabha seats that went for polls in Tamil Nadu, bucking the national trend that favours the BJP led alliance, as per the Election Commission of India.

Dimple Kapadia lands role in Christopher Nolan's film

MUMBAI:  Veteran Indian actress Dimple Kapadia has been cast in Christopher Nolan's action epic "Tenet", which will also feature Robert Pattinson and Michael Caine, and will be shot across seven countries, including India.

‘Election over, business as usual’: Congress on Sushma Swaraj-Shah Qureshi photo-op

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Wednesday slammed the Modi government over what it called “foreign minister-level talks” with Pakistan, alleging with the end of electoral politics pro-Pakistan policy has begun.

Sensex hits 40,000 mark for first time ever as trends show NDA leading

NEW DELHI:  The BSE Sensex crossed 40,000 mark for the first time ever and was up by nearly 900 points as early trends in counting of votes for Lok Sabha elections showed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s National Democratic Alliance (NDA) was ahead of its main opposition United Progressive Alliance (UPA) . Nifty crossed 12000 points.

33rd Usha JTP's first camp concludes

 NEW DELHI: The first camp of the Usha Junior Training Programme (JTP) for Golf 2019 concluded on Wednesday at the Delhi Golf Club with Anas, Riya Chaudhary, Aarit Malhotra, Yashviraaj Mahajan, Hridaan Wahal, Swastic Goel and Abheiu Gandotra taking away the maximum number of prizes across various categories.

21K US women ordered abortion pills online in 6 months

LONDON:  As many as 21,000 US women ordered abortion pills online in the past six months (between October 2018 and March 2019), according to figures revealed by Aid Access, a charity.


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