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Maharaja Ranjit Singh"Bhangra World Cup" to be held at Ludhiana

The Punjab Cultural Society (Regd.) has decided to organize 'Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhangra World Cup' in order to further popularize the folk dance Bhangra.

AirAsia X to start Amritsar-Kuala Lumpur direct flights

 AirAsia X has announced the opening of a new direct route to Kuala Lumpur from Amritsar as part of its expansion plan in India this year.

India play South Korea in ICC Cricket World Cup on June 5

The International Cricket Council today confirmed ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 fixtures of two-time world champions India, who will play their nine league matches in six cities from June 5 to July 6 in the 10-team tournament which will run from May 30 to July 14 across 11 venues in England and Wales.

IPL-2018: Punjab, Hyderabad look to outwit each other

 Table-toppers Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) will be aiming to outsmart each other and continue their winning run when they face-off in an Indian Premier League (IPL) tie at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium here on Thursday.

Patiala Law university wins Leiden-Sarin Trophy in Korea

Law students of Patiala bring back the Leiden-Sarin Trophy after a tough international moot court competition in aviation law at Seoul, Korea.

A battle between KXIP batting and SRH bowling

Kings XI Punjab's batting will be up against the effective bowling of Sunrisers Hyderabad in an Indian Premier League (IPL) game between two in-form teams here on Thursday.

Rani’s goal steers Indian women's hockey team into semi-finals

GOLD COAST (AUSTRALIA):  Indian women’s hockey team qualified for the semi-finals of the Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games after eking out a narrow 1-0 win over  South Africa  in their last Pool A match here at the Gold Coast Hockey Centre.

India face Australia in women's hockey semi-final

GOLD COAST (AUSTRALIA): The women’s hockey semi-finals are set for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, with England taking on New Zealand and Australia playing India for a place in the gold medal match.

Lifter Sanjita Chanu clinches gold at CWG

Indian weightlifter Sanjita Chanu won gold in the women's 53 kg category at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG) here on Friday.

How to safeguard yourself from the unscrupulous immigration

With the advent of globalization and the technology taking over, everyone dreams of travelling abroad and even plans to settle down and live a luxurious life. It sounds so good to the ears, but, nothing comes easy in this world. So, here are some useful tips provided to make your immigration experience a cake walk by Mr. Ajay Sharma, an immigration consultant.

Indian men face Pakistan in their hockey opener in Commonwealth Games

 One of the world’s biggest international multi-sport events gets underway on April 5 as the 21st edition of the quadrennial Commonwealth Games begins in Australia, with the men’s and women’s hockey competitions starting on Thursday.

India suffer second successive defeat In FIBA U16 Asian Championship

The Indian U-16 men’s basketball team lost 57-109 to Japan at the second day of the preliminary round of the FIBA U16 Asian Championship here today.

CWS Movement members enjoy viewing of Dangal trailer

GOLD COAST (QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA): Members of the Commonwealth Sports Movement enjoyed a viewing of a trailer for the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time, and fifth highest grossing non-English film ever, Dangal. The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) played an instrumental role in the production of the film before it was released in December 2016, by supporting production with Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games licenced footage.

We don't save Android users' data without permission: Facebook

Facebook has said that it does not save call and text data of Android users without their permission, adding the practice is "widely used" with users having an option to opt-out from it.

Is your Overseas Education plan a well thought and planned decision?

Given a chance and a choice, everyone would like to have an opportunity to study abroad but that is not the right thing to do. Often the reasons to make this choice are low percentage marks in India or peer pressure.

Commonwealth Games: Indian women's hockey squad announced

Hockey India on Wednesday named a 18-member national women's squad for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Gold Coast, Australia from April 4.

India play Pakistan in their opener on April 7 in CW Games

Hockey India on Tuesday named an 18-member team which will compete in the Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games to begin on April 4 in Australia. The Indian team is grouped in Pool B along with Pakistan, Malaysia, Wales, England and will begin their campaign on April 7 against Pakistan. 

Indian women's cricket enters golden phase

NEW DELHI: In a landmark announcement, the BCCI has revised the annual central contract of Indian women cricketers, making it the highest ever annual retainer fee in the womens category globally.

Study group of NDC visits city Jalandhar

A study group of 58th National Defence College (NDC) comprising senior officers from civil services and Armed Forces of the country today held detailed deliberations with the officers of the district administration regarding the social, political and economic scenario of the state in general and district in particular.

Yoga emerges among top 10 fitness trends worldwide

Yoga has emerged among the top 10 fitness trends worldwide for 2018, according to “Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2018” by American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).


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