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Students in Delhi protest BHU violence

Delhi University students led by the Congress student wing, NSUI, on Monday held protests in the capital to condemn police action against some female students who were demonstrating against alleged molestation on the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) campus in Varanasi.

CT Group of Institutions organized National Dance and Music Festival

JALANDHAR: A great display, wonderful performances and breathtaking moments of Cultural heritage through Dance and Music were mesmerized to witness on Sunday at CT Group of Institutions, Shahpur Campus.

USA Cricket getting closer to formation of a new federation

INDIANAPOLIS: On an historic day for the sport, cricket in the United States took a step closer towards the creation of a new federation with the launch of the USA Cricket brand, unveiled on the 173rd anniversary of the first ever international sporting event – a cricket match between the USA and Canada which is now known as the Auty Cup.

Samsung's operating profit may hit $13.6bn in Q4

Samsung's operating profit is forecast to reach a record 15.5 trillion won ($13.6 billion) in the fourth quarter of 2017, a market researcher said on Sunday.

IAF-BSF joint women expedition 2017 reached Punjab

JALANDHAR: The IAF-BSF Joint Women Camel Expedition- 2017 which was originated from IAF Station Uttarlai (Barmer-Raj) after passing through various border villages and towns of Gujarat (approx. 443 Kms), Rajasthan (approx. 609 Kms) has reached Punjab on 23 Sept 2017 at Border Out Post Nejeke, Sector BSF Abohar, where it was accorded grand reception.

Wet morning, more rains in store for Delhi

Delhi saw heavy rains overnight and on Saturday morning with the weather office saying that more rains were likely during the day. The minimum temperature on Saturday was recorded at 23.5 degrees Celsius, the season's average.

Haryana Government approved amendments in Haryana Building Code 2017

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Government has approved the draft amendments in the Haryana Building Code-2017 for the purpose of inviting objections and suggestions on the same before its finalisation.

US to give $32mn in aid to Rohingya

The US will provide a humanitarian aid package worth $32 million to the Rohingya Muslim minority who have fled violence in Myanmar and crossed into neighbouring Bangladesh, the State Department announced.

Massive Mexico temblor kills 217, many trapped under debris

Thousands of rescuers raced against time to find survivors on Wednesday after a 7.1-magnitude quake struck Mexico, killing at least 217 people, leaving many trapped under collapsed buildings and forcing people to flood the streets for a second time in two weeks.

Punjab Cabinet observes minute's silence as mark of respect for Arjan Singh

The Punjab Cabinet, led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, on Wednesday paid their tributes to Marshal of Indian Air Force, Late Arjan Singh, recalling his immense contribution to the nation’s peace and security.

CGC Jhanjeri Placed among Swachh Institutes Rankings 2017

MOHALI: Chandigarh Group of Colleges Jhanjeri participated in The Govt. of India, the ministry of Human Resource Development‘s competition for Swachhta Rankings 2017. Out of a total of about 40,000 colleges, 3500 Universities & institutes from all over India took part in this competition.

Unhealthy lifestyle choices are the leading cause of sexual dysfunction in Delhi NCR: Max Healthcare survey

NEW DELHI: Sexual health is an intrinsic part of the overall well-being of an individual and closely impacts their relationships with partners. Hence conditions of sexual dysfunction – be they reduced drive, frequency or satisfaction issues – can even lead to repercussions on mental and emotional health.

Brahm Mahindra orders State food safety administration to crack the whip against 'Food Adulteration Mafia"

 In the wake of coming festival season,Brahm Mohindra today issued strict instruction to the State food safety administration to keep an eagle’s eye on the production of food items besides conducting random sampling of the food items and selling of food like sweets, fast food, packed food and bakery items. District Health Officers and assistant food commissioners have been mandated to take stern legal action against such anti social elements who play with the lives of the innocent citizens by selling adulterated food items.

Upset with BJP, Sena may consider quitting Maharashtra government

MUMBAI: After nearly three years in the ruling alliance in Maharashtra, the Shiv Sena on Monday said it is "upset" with its partner the Bharatiya Janata Party and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and will consider the option of quitting the government.

India calls for examining N Korea's nuclear linkages

NEW YORK: Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has brought the issue of North Korea's nuclear linkages to an international forum and called for examining them, although she did not name Pakistan which has traded nuclear technology for missile know-how.

River activists want Yamuna cleaned to save Taj

River activists on Sunday demanded firm steps to revive and rejuvenate the virtually dying Yamuna river.

Modi inaugurates Narmada dam, says will 'live and die' for people's dreams

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the ambitious 138 metre inter-state Sardar Sarovar Dam project on Narmada river on his 67th birthday on Sunday, linking it with his "mission" to create a new India and roared: "I will live for your dreams, I will die for your dreams."

Punjab IAS Officer association condoles demise of Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh DFC

 In there condolence message they said that "We are deeply saddened by the demise of Marshal of the Indian Air Force Sardar Arjan Singh, DFC, A Soldier Numero Uno, a human being par excellence, an embodiment of bravery and righteousness, a true national hero- he shall always remain in our hearts and will always be a source of encouragement, guidance and patriotism". They prayed that God May accord peace to the departed soul.

Himachal fares well in SSA programme

CHANDIGARH: This body (Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan) was borne after its scheduled delivery date. But it is going to be underweight and if it is bickering parents (governments) do not see eye to eye, soon it may even have to be put on a ventilator. Such is the state of SSA in many States. While some State governments have already give it a quite burial whereas for some it is a source of picnic or siphoned of SSA funds to some other purposes.

Badal paid glowing tributes to Arjan Singh, SAD offices remained closed

CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh September 17-  Five times Punjab Chief Minister Mr Parkash SIngh Badal today paid glowing tributes to the Marshal of Airforce Arjan Singh describing him  "the tallest legendary hero of Independent India and one of the greatest war heroes of all times in the world.

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