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32 Filipino crew of targeted tankers in Gulf of Oman 'safe'

DUBAI:  The 32 Filipino crew members of the two tankers that were attacked in the Gulf of Oman on June 13 who are now in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were safe and unharmed, the Philippine envoy said here on Tuesday.

Sawant laments delayed liberation of Goa from Portugal

PANAJI: Goa, which was liberated from Portuguese colonial yoke in 1961, would have progressed more, if it had been liberated 15 years earlier along with the Indian mainland in 1947, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said on Tuesday.

TikTok suicide, PUBG death: Here's how to fight digital addiction

NEW DELHI: Digital addiction is real and it could be as dangerous as drug addiction, warned psychiatrists while outlining practical ways to fight the urge to use gadgets non-stop both among children and adults.

Bengal BJP to march 1 lakh supporters to Kolkata Police headquarters

KOLKATA:  Protesting against the killing of its party men and alleging a complete lapse of law and order in West Bengal, the BJP will hold a march to the Kolkata Police Headquarters in Lalbazar on Wednesday.

NIA raids 7 premises in Coimbatore

CHENNAI / NE DELHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday carried out search operations in seven places in Coimbatore, including the residence of a social media friend of the Sri Lanka easter blast mastermind, officials said.

Anguished Amarinder orders closure of all open borewells in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: Expressing anguish over the tragic death of 2-year-old Fatehveer, who failed to survive his 108-hour ordeal in a borewell in Bhagwanpura Village of Sunam, District Sangrur, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday ordered closure of all open borewells across the state.

Religious war supersedes insurgency in Kashmir

NEW DELHI:  The Indian deep state alarmed over the widespread toxicity of Islamic indoctrination in the Valley of Kashmir, in the main south Kashmir has changed tack on the prism from which it is viewing rising levels of local militancy.

Qatari Emir attends reception for 1st regiment of Al Adiyat fighters

DOHA: Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, also the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, has attended a reception for the first regiment of the Qatari Rafale fighter squadron (Al Adiyat) received by the country in implementation of a deal concluded in 2015 with French company Dassault Aviation SA.

Sidhu skips Cabinet meet, says can't be taken for granted

CHANDIGARH:  Punjab Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, who is at loggerheads with Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, skipped a Cabinet meeting on Thursday and declared later that he cannot be taken for granted.

Pro-Khalistan slogans to mark Operation Bluestar anniversary

AMRITSAR: Tension prevailed in this Sikh holy city of Punjab on Thursday as hardliners, brandishing swords, raised pro-Khalistan slogans inside the Golden Temple complex on the culmination of special prayers to mark the 35th anniversary of Operation Bluestar.

India beat Scotland to qualify for finals in U21 International 4-Nations Hockey

DUBLIN (IRELAND): Indian junior hockey team kept their perfect record intact at the Cantor Fitzgerald U21 International 4-Nations, beating Scotland 2-1 today.

Sikh Americans Remembers American & Sikh Soldiers in 2019 Memorial Day Parade at Springfield, Ohio

DAYTON, OHIO: Thousands of people gathered, lined up on the sidewalks of the streets, outside their resident homes and parks to watch the 2019 Springfield, Ohio Memorial Day Parade. This year, a group of about 100 Sikh Americans from Springfield, Dayton, Cincinnati and neighboring areas participated in the parade remembering and honoring Sikh and American soldiers of all Wars with a float of their own.

Disgruntled employee kills 12 in Virginia Beach shooting

WASHINGTON: A disgruntled employee went on a shooting rampage in a municipal centre building in the US state of Virginia, killing 12 people and injuring several others before dying in a gunbattle with the police.

Statue of Kodamb Ram to be installed in Ayodhya

A seven-foot tall statue of Kodamb Ram from Karnataka will be installed at a museum in Ayodhya.

Rs 69 lakh looted from trader in Patna

Armed men on Monday looted Rs 69 lakh from a trader here, police said.

Amarinder to take up Sidhu issues with Rahul this week

CHANDIGARH: The ongoing spat between Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and his "outspoken" cabinet colleague Navjot Singh Sidhu is likely to be taken up by the former with party President Rahul Gandhi in their meeting this week in New Delhi, it was learnt on Sunday.

American Sikh Council alarmed over the continued ‘Heritage Destruction’ in Kartarpur Sahib, Pakistan

NEW YORK: The American Sikh Council (ASC) has put in a tremendous amount of effort to highlight that the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara, Kartarpur, Punjab, Pakistan and its surrounding 104 acres remain untouched and absolutely not be turned into a tourist attraction through complete destruction and then modernization by the Pakistan government.

Chorus grows to change Sidhu's portfolio

CHANDIGARH:  Punjab Forest Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot on Friday joined the chorus blaming Navjot Singh Sidhu for Congress' poor performance in the state and said his action during the parliamentary elections had not only harmed Chief Minister Amarinder Singh but also party President Rahul Gandhi.

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.

Girl abducted at gun point in Bihar's Samastipur

PATNA:  Armed men abducted a girl at gun point in front of her father in Bihar's Samastipur district, triggering protests, police said on Wednesday.


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