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Delhi's air quality deteriorates, becomes 'very poor'

NEW DELHI:  Hours after slight improvement in the air quality of Delhi-NCR, the national capital again started inhaling toxins as the quality of air deteriorated from "poor" in the morning to "very poor" in the evening on Saturday.

Rare photos, artefacts bring alive Indian Army's history and accomplishments

CHANDIGARH: The journey of the Indian Army and its role in securing and building the nation has been brought alive through rare photographs and artefacts on display at the Museum Art Gallery here.

ATP and Infosys Launch ‘Second Screen’, Offering Real-Time Insights into Player Performance

LONDON: Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation services, and ATP, the governing body of men’s professional tennis, today announced the launch of Second Screen, a new feature providing player performance insights within seconds of a point being played.

US Police arrested Amritsar resident for murder of Punjab youth Dharampreet Jassar

WASHINGTON:  United States Police has arrested 21-year-old Armitraj Singh Athwal, an Indian-origin man hailing from Amritsar in Punjab who believed to be one of the two robbers who fired multiple shots at Dharampreet Singh Jassar a youth of Punjab working at a grocerry store in California state.

Stubble-burning solution? Power plants told to mix 10% straw with coal

NEW DELHI: In a major measure which can curb pollution coming to Delhi from adjoining states, the central government is likely to impose an obligation on thermal power plants to mix coal with a 10 per cent component of straw pellets or briquettes, the Union Power Minister R.K. Singh said on Thursday.

'Padmavati' row intensifies; Karni Sena threatens to cut Deepika's nose

MUMBAI: The row over filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansalis "Padmavati" intensified on Thursday after a Shri Rajput Karni Sena member threatened to chop off actress Deepika Padukones nose amid a call for "Bharat Bandh" (shutdown) on December 1 when the film is slated for pan-India release.

Punjab CM joins British, Canadian envoys to pay homage to India soldiers

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday joined British Deputy High Commissioner in Chandigarh Andrew Ayre and Canadian Consular General Chandigarh Christopher Gibbins at a Remembrance Day event to pay homage to the soldiers who lost their lives in the line of duty.

Punjab Govrnor lauds Kathak dancer Shruti Gupta

PATIALA: Shruti Gupta, Indian Classical Artist with specialization in Kathak and Limca Book of Records Holder twice for creating new records and making an outstanding contribution in the field of Indian Classical Culture presented her works and achievements to Punjab Governor VP Singh Badanore at Punjab Ran Bhawan. The Governor appreciated the works and achievements of Shruti Gupta.

A ''Rising" Suraj in American politics

INDIANAPOLIS: Entrepreneur by profession Suraj Patel has decided to add another chapter to his career by joining politics and is a candidate for Congress from New York's 12th District.

Punjab starts pre-primary classes in government schools

SAS NAGAR (MOHALI): The Punjab Government today startedpre-primary classes throughout the 12500 Government Primary Schools for children in 3-6 year age group today with fanfare augurs well for the future of the State as well as the nation."

Foggy Monday morning in Delhi, 69 trains delayed

NEW DELHI: Delhi saw a moderately foggy Monday morning with the minimum temperature at 12.4 degrees Celsius, a notch below the season's average.

Indian-American teen killed in road rage incident in New York

NEW YORK:  An Indian-American teenager has been killed in a road rage incident when a driver ran his truck over her after a minor collision in the city's suburb of Levittown, according to media reports.

​Winds of change: Muslim girls embrace education, aim high

KATIHAR(Bihar): For Ghazala Tasneem, October 31 was not a normal day. It was the day her dream came true and she was rewarded for her hard struggle of three years. She was selected for the Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination with 65th rank and can soon aspire to be a judge.

Punjab CM plays host to police personnel who bust terror module in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh hosted police officials and personnel, across ranks, for a dinner at his residence here on Saturday, as a mark of appreciation for their efforts and role in busting several terror modules and  criminal gangs, including those behind the targeted killings in the state, over the past seven months.

​Lyalpur Khalsa College organized 4th day of DST Sponsored INSPIRE Camp​

 On the 4th day of DST Sponsored INSPIRE Camp Dr. Bhajan Singh from Department of Physics, P.U. Patiala specially came to grow the occasion Principal Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra and Dr. Arun Dev Sharma Head Biotechenology welcomed him with flowers and momento. Dr. Bhajan Singh delivered his talks on “Radiation Pollution”. He told all radiation came from Universe, however some radiation are man made.

Foggy Saturday morning in Delhi, 64 trains delayed

NEW DELHI: It was a foggy Saturday morning here with the minimum temperature recorded at 12.6 degrees Celsius, a notch below the season's average.

Punjab Police nab key Assailant in targeted killings,trace handlers to UK,Italy & Canada

The Punjab Police have arrested the main assailant in the targeted killings, including the sensational Brigadier Gagneja case, taking the total number of suspects to five in the six cases involving the murder of seven RSS, Shiv Sena and Dera Sauda leaders. 

Navjot Sidhu unveils India’s 1st Military Literature Festival as an ode to armed forces

Punjab Local Bodies and Tourism & Culture Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Friday formally unveiled India’s first Military Literature Festival (MLF), describing the unique event as a tribute to the armed forces, whose contributions to the nation remain etched in history as iconic events.

Indiana Governor Holcomb Announces Historic Year for Job Commitments, Hoosier Wages

INDIANAPOLIS: After a recent successful trade mission to India  by a high-powered Indiana delegation,  led by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, on Wednesday announced a record-breaking year for economic development in Indiana. In 2017, with one month still to go, businesses across Indiana and around the world have committed to creating up to 28,846 new Hoosier jobs in the coming years – an all-time high since the Indiana Economic Development Corporation was established in 2005, according to IEDC press release. 

Indiana Governor Holcomb Announces Historic Year for Job Commitments, Hoosier Wages

INDIANAPOLIS: After a recent successful trade mission to India  by a high-powered Indiana delegation,  led by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, on Wednesday announced a record-breaking year for economic development in Indiana. In 2017, with one month still to go, businesses across Indiana and around the world have committed to creating up to 28,846 new Hoosier jobs in the coming years – an all-time high since the Indiana Economic Development Corporation was established in 2005, according to IEDC press release. .

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