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SC sets aside law allowing government bungalows to former UP CMs

The Supreme Court on Monday set aside a provision of a law that allowed government accommodation to former Uttar Pradesh Chief Ministers, terming it "arbitrary and discriminatory" as it violated the concept of equality.

National Film Awards marred by presentation row

Controversy marred the 65th National Film Awards ceremony here on Thursday with several awardees protesting against the whittling down of the number of those to be honoured by the President to a select 11.

Love Sonia to have its World Premiere at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2018

MUMBAI: The world premiere of Tabrez Noorani's Love Sonia will take place at Europe's largest South Asian film festival, The Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival. The red carpet gala will be held at the heart of London's film industry, in the world famous Leicester Square.

Dharmendra, Rajkumar Hirani honoured at 55th Marathi Film Awards

Veteran actor Dharmendra and director Rajkumar Hirani were honoured for their contribution to Indian cinema at the 55th Marathi Film Award Ceremony 2018 hosted by the Maharashtra government here.

BCCI recommends Kohli for Khel Ratna, Dravid for Dronacharya, Gavaskar for Dhyan Chand

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has recommended Virat Kohli for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna honour while former India captain Rahul Dravid's name was recommended for the prestigious Dronacharya award.

PTC Punjabi Film Awards 2018: Winners list

PTC Punjabi Film Awards 2018: Winners list

Warner sorry for role in cheating scandal

Former Australian cricket vice captain David Warner has apologised for his role in the ball-tampering crisis that saw him suspended from the sport for 12 months.

Daily meditation may keep you attentive in old age

New York, March 29 (IANS) Want to stay attentive in your old age? Start doing meditation. Regular and intensive sessions over the course of a lifetime may help you to stay focussed and attentive even in advanced years, according to a new study.

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.

Sandy and Dennis receive CIC 2018 Interfaith Ambassadors of the Year award

Rabbi Sandy Sasso and Rabbi Dennis Sasso were presented the 2018 Interfaith Ambassadors of the Year award at a glittering function organised by Center for Interfaith Cooperation Indianapolis Museum of Art here on Sunday. A large number of dignitaries graced the occasion. Congressman Andre Carson and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett were among those present on the occasion.

Trump wants death penalty for drug traffickers

President Donald Trump has said that he would ask for the death penalty for certain "really bad" convicted drug traffickers and will try to toughen sentencing guidelines in an attempt to fight the opioid epidemic that takes 175 lives per day in the US.

International meet research panel accepts 250 papers

ROPAR: The three-day International Conference on Advances in Science and Technology (ICAST) at the Rayat-Bahra Ropar campus, which was attended by over 400 delegates from all over the country and abroad concluded here today.

Late Harbans Bhalla’s magnum opus, “Peelay Pattar” released at World Punjabi Conference

 Punjab Vidhan Sabha speaker, Rana KP Singh today, released 10 volumes of the magnum opus, “Peelay Pattar” posthumously, authored by Late Harbans Bhalla(May 7, 1930—April 5, 1993) at the 6th World Punjabi Conference. 

Bollywood celebs dwell upon Sridevi's demise

Veteran actress Sridevi's sudden demise left Bollywood celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and Anupam Kher with myriad thoughts about life.

Apple may introduce 3 new iPhones this year

Apple is reportedly gearing up to introduce three new iPhones this year and one of them will be more popular than the others, a top analyst with Taiwanese business group KGI Securities has said.

Punjab govt clears policy to supply piped gas for domestic, commercial use

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has cleared a comprehensive policy to provide gas through pipeline for every kind of usage to the urban population of the state. This was disclosed here today in a statement by the Local Government Minister, Punjab, Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu.

Auditions for North India’s Queen, North India’s Princess held

JALANDHAR: In the search of the timeless beauties, the Jalandhar auditions for North India’s Queen and North India’s Princess were held at a hotel. Around 40 girls from all around city and surrounding took part in the auditions.

DC Amit Kumar Flags Off Awareness March From Civil Surgeon Office

An awareness march flagged off from local civil surgeon office to observe world leprosy day, today. Deputy Commissioner Amit Kumar while flagging of the rally, said that the world leprosy day happens on the same day as the sacrifice of Mahatama Gandhi, which taught us a lesson to not to discriminate with any leprosy patient, instead to get treat him/her with humanity.

Bridal Makeup – a unique art in itself

You know what’s the best thing about our Indian culture? It is its exquisite nature. Even though different rituals and customs exist throughout our country, all are respected and loved. India, being a culturally rich country, has 29 states, each holding their unique marriage rituals.

DGP Saini's case is a glaring example of how the State protects its instrument: Dal Khalsa

HOSHIARPUR: Stating that denied justice has become hallmark of Indian justice system, the Dal Khalsa said Amar Kaur, who had been waging a legal battle to get justice for her son, son-in-law and driver for almost 24 years died without seeing justice being done.
Notably, Kaur's son Vinod Kumar, son-in-law Ashok Kumar and driver Mukhtiyar Singh  were not seen again after allegedly being kidnapped by the then SSP of Ludhiana SS Saini. 


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