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Students of Aryans College of Engineering visited PEDA

As a part of the curriculum, students of Civil, Electrical, Electronics & Communication Dept of Aryans College of Engineering (ACE), Rajpura, Near Chandigarh were taken for an industrial visit to Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), Solar Passive complex in Sector 33D Chandigarh.

Voters most satisfied with Telangana, HP, Odisha CMs : IANS-CVOTER Tracker poll

Telangana's K. Chandrashekhar Rao is the top performer among the Chief Ministers in the country followed by his counterparts in Himachal Pradesh, Odisha and Delhi.

Punjab is likely to buck the national trend in the Parliamentary elections, 2019

The Mirage stealth attack in Balakot (Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa) in Pakistan has had its impact in the religiously sensitive Indo-Gangetic India. Forty four deaths of para-military personnel caused by the terror strike of February 14th 2019, near Pulwama (Kashmir) generated a wave of indignation in the country.

Hema Malini to contest again from Mathura LS seat

Popular actor and Mathura MP Hema Malini, who has been busy since morning participating in Holi celebrations in Lord Krishna's land, was Thursday against fielded by her BJP from the seat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

KMVites Clears Common Proficiency Test

JALANDHAR: Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Autonomous & Heritage Institution, Jalandhar, a pioneer institution of women education in North India has been constantly striving for the overall development of its student.

LPU Students & Staff Members relished Indian Folk Dances on the eve of Holi Fest

JALANDHAR: The Department of Cultural Affairs at Lovely Professional University endeavoured enthusiastically to make LPU students and staff members enjoy pre-day celebration of the festival of colours-‘Holi’ amid various Indian folk dances. The occasion was ‘Akhil Bhartiya Lok Kala Mahotsav-2019’ organized at Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium   of the university. For this, nationally renowned 60 artists of Karnataka Sahasa Kala Academy (Bangalore) & All India Folk & Tribal Art Parishath (New Delhi) presented their scintillating performances to mesmerize all among the audience. Ministry of Culture (Government of India) & North Zone Cultural Centre (Patiala, Punjab) supported the event.

Punjab win 2nd National Wheelchair Cricket Championship

CHANDIGARH:  Punjab Wheelchair Cricket team won 2nd National Wheelchair Cricket Championship by beating Chhatisgarh team by 10 wickets in a one-sided final match at Noida on Sunday.

Put power reforms minus privatization in poll manifestos - AIPEF

All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) has made an appeal to all political parties to include power sector reforms minus privatization in their manifestos for the next general elections. The process of reforms in the power sector must continue in consultation with all the stake holders including electricity board engineers, said V K Gupta Spokesperson AIPEF.

Athletic meet organised at KCET

To instill the spirit of sportsmanship and to enhance the physical fitness and social skills, the 6th Annual Athletic Meet was held at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET), here. The meet was dedicated to the 550th Parkash Purab of Guru Nanak’ Dev Ji and the function got off to a spectacular start with flag hoisting and releasing of colourful balloons into the air.

Voters happiest with Kerala, Rajasthan, Gujarat MPs

Voters in Kerala, Rajasthan and Gujarat are most satisfied with their outgoing Members of Parliament (MPs) while those in Uttarakhand, Goa, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu are least happy with the performance of their elected representatives.

'Rating IDBI Bank as private is against public interest'

The All India Bank Employees' Association (AIBEA) has demanded the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to reconsider its decision to categorise IDBI Bank as a private entity.

Sangh backs pivot Modi to return to power

 In the face of an increasingly hostile Rahul Gandhi, the RSS continues to bank on Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the pivot to stay in power for the next five years. With Modi remaining BJP's single biggest vote catcher, it is an unequivocal thumbs-up for him from the Sangh.

LS polls: BJP's key 'invisible' general secretaries

 As Lok Sabha elections near, the post of "Sangathan Mahamantri" (General Secretaries (Organisation)) becomes increasingly important in the BJP. The incumbent is a key political link with partys ideological mentor RSS and carries out coordination at various levels.

Four Chandigarh players in Indian team for World Masters Badminton

 Four Chandigarh players, Anil Sondhi, Varun Sharma, Aashish Sharma and Deepak Sharma, have been selected by the Badminton Association of India to represent the country at the World Masters Badminton Championships to be held in Poland in August this year. These players were selected based on their outstanding performance at the recently concluded National Masters/Veterans Championships at Goa.

Officers backing early Assembly polls harassed: Omar

Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah alleged on Monday that officers of Jammu and Kashmir favouring early Assembly elections were being harassed by a lobby of senior officers who oppose such a move.

Ears can be used for ECG to predict heart rhythm

Researchers have developed a novel electrocardiogram (ECG) method that uses signals from the ear to check heart rhythm, making it easy for drivers, athletes and persons in the military to scan their own heart beat.

Apple Watch can safely detect irregular heartbeat

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Watch can detect and notify users when they experience irregular heart rhythms, finds a study demonstrating the ability of wearable technology to detect atrial fibrillation.

Sitting BJP MP in Assam quits over 'ill-treatment'

GUWAHATI: BJP MP from Tezpur constituency in Assam, Ram Prasad Sarmah, on Saturday announced his resignation from the saffron party ahead of the Lok Sabha polls citing "ill-treatment to old guards".

Best infrastructure + handsome salary =poor performance, says education secretary

Blame the teachers’ union for poor performance by the students of government schools in Chandigarh Mr B.L. Sharma, Secretary Education, Chandigarh said that teachers’ unions were a key reason for the deterioration of education in Chandigarh.

India bans B737s, US won't ground them

 India announced that all Boeing 737 aircraft will stop operating in the country from 4 p.m. on Wednesday but the US aviation regulator questioned the global grounding of the fleet after an Ethiopian Airlines crash.

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