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6 get death for 2013 Maharashtra honour killings

 A court here on Saturday awarded the death sentence to all six convicts in the honour killings of three Dalit youths in Ahmednagar in 2013.

Struggling Snap Inc. lays off 2 dozen employees

Snap Inc, the parent company of popular photo-sharing platform Snapchat, has laid off two dozen employees -- mostly editors -- across divisions within the company.

Two bombs found near Mahaboddhi Temple in Bihar

 Two crude bombs were recovered near the Mahaboddhi temple in Bihar's Bodh Gaya, where Tibetian spiritual leader Dalai Lama is camping, prompting authorities to heighten security, police said on Saturday.

There's hunger to do things that are different: Diana Penty

She will be seen in an action-packed avatar in "Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran", and will be revisiting the "Happy Bhag Jayegi" universe for the sequel. Actress Diana Penty says she wants to explore different genres, but would refrain from doing anything "drastic".

US government shuts down

The US government began shutting down on Saturday, putting thousands of workers on unpaid leave, after the Senate failed to pass a stopgap budget.

India calls for changing Pakistan's 'mindset' that unleashes terror on India, Afghanistan

Pakistan's "mindset" that unleashes terrorist attacks on India and Afghanistan must change, India has told the Security Council.

New Facebook update to prioritise trustworthy news: Zuckerberg

After tweaking its News Feed to allow users to see more updates from family and friends than posts from businesses, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has now announced to prioritise news that is trustworthy, informative and local.

Trump ends year as 'most unpopular' president

US President Donald Trump ended his first year in office more unpopular than any President in modern history, various polls have said.

Mild tremors felt in Assam

An earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale hit Assam early on Saturday, an official said. No damage or causality is reported.

Valley, Ladakh shiver as Jammu warms up

Minimum temperatures throughout the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh region remained below freezing point on Saturday even as the days started getting comparatively warmer in the Jammu region.

Tension grips J&K's border residents

Tension gripped people living close to the international border and the Line of Control (LoC) on Saturday in the Jammu region as authorities ordered closure of schools there.

Pakistan brings up Kulbhushan Jadhav in UN Security Council debate

At a high-level Security Council meeting, Pakistan has raised the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, whom Islamabad has accused of being an Indian spy and given him a death sentence.

India's public cloud market to rise by 53%, says Akash Ambani

MUMBAI: India's public cloud market is likely to rise by more than 53 per cent to USD 4 billion by 2020 as the world's fastest growing economy becomes more digitised, said Akash Ambani, Director Reliance Jio Infocomm.

Annual Demonstration Moot held at Panjab University

CHANDIGARH: The Department of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh organized an Annual Demonstration Moot, here today.  Hon’ble Justice Lisa Gill, Hon'ble Justice Deepak Sibal and Hon'ble Justice Rajbir Sehrawat,  Judges of  Punjab & Haryana High Court presided over the proceedings of the Demonstration Moot.

One-sided matches in Varsities 5-1-side hockey

CHANDIGARH: One- sided matches were witnessed in the All India Inter University Hockey 5’A-Side (Men and Women) Championship which began at University Campus in Patiala today.

India, Australia and Pakistan for into Super League quarters

TAURANGA: Left-arm spinner Anukul Roy took four for 20 and Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 90 to help India fashion a 10-wicket victory over Zimbabwe, while opener Nathan McSweeney slammed 156 and fast bowler Jason Ralston produced a record haul of seven for 15 as Australia thumped Papua New Guinea by 311 runs as the two former champions progressed to the Super League quarterfinals from Group B on the seventh day of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 on Friday.

Punjab National Bank face Canara Bank in final

IMPHAL (MANIPUR): Punjab National Bank and Canara Bank set up title clash in the  8th Hockey India Senior Men National Championship 2018 (B Division) here today. In semi-final matches  Canara Bank got the better of  Central Secretariat by 1-0  and Punjab National Bank outplayed Bengaluru Hockey Association in all departments of the game as they raced to an authentic 8-1 win. The final will be played on January 21 at 3 p.m

Haryana record second win; Namdharis beat Punjab

SAIFAI (UP): Hockey Haryana continued their fine form in Pool B as they won their second consecutive match by  beating Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu 13-1 on the third day of the 8th Hockey India Sub Junior Men National Championship 2018 (A Division) here today.

COLORS’18, a two day cultural fiesta kicks off at CT Group of Institutions

JALANDHAR: More than 1000 students from 60 colleges across Punjab participated on the first day of cultural festival COLORS 2018 at CT Group of Institutions, Maqsudan. The first day of the event was inter-college competition in which students took part in 23 competitive activities like Group Dance, Fashion show, Business Plan, Quiz, Solo Singing, Debate, Bhangra and many more.

Punjab CM reiterates commitment to provide level playing field to all in transport sector

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday reiterated his government’s commitment to providing a level playing field to all stakeholders in the state’s transport sector and said that the Pepsu Road Transport Corporation (PRTC), has reported an operating profit of Rs. 9.21 Crores between April 2017 to December 2017.