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Amid show of strength, INLD splits; Ajay Chautala to float new party

CHANDIGARH: Amid a show of strength by two warring Chautala brothers, elder brother Ajay Singh Chautala on Saturday announced he and his sons will float a new political party next month. With this, the split in the INLD's first family is official.

Tript Bajwa questions Badal why Takht Jathedars were summoned to his residence in 2015

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Urban and Rural Development Minister Mr Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa today called upon former chief minister and Akali Dal patron Mr Parkash Singh Badal to reveal as to why Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh and his associates were summoned to his residence in September 2015 before Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmit Ram Rahim Singh was granted pardon.

Brahm Mohinhdra condoles the demise of Karanpal Sekhon

CHANDIGARH: Mr. Brahm Mohinhdra, Health and Family Welfare Minister has expressed heartfelt condolences on the tragic and untimely demise of Mr. Karanpal Singh Sekhon, Political Advisor of the Chief Minister Punjab.

Punjab CM lays foundation stone of Verka Mega Dairy plant at Bassi Pathana

Bassi Pathana (Fatehgarh Sahib): Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday emphasised the need to bring synergy amongst the departments of Cooperation and Animal Husbandry & Dairy Development to boost the crop diversification programme across the state.

Project “Saarthi” will extend to General Hospital and GMCH

CHANDIGARH: Poor patients and their attendants who visited Multi-Speciality Hospital, Sector 16 and Government Medical College and Hospital ( GMCH) 32 can now look forward to “additional care services”  besides the comprehensive health care services being provided by these hospitals as project “Saarthi” starts showing its relevance at PGI.  

Facebook testing feature to let you co-watch videos with friends

SAN FRANCISCO:  Facebook is testing a feature called "Watch Videos Together" on Messenger that would enable simultaneous co-viewing of videos over a group chat on different devices.

YouTube comedian 'MostlySane' fights hate online but 'likes' trolls

UNITED NATIONS: How does one react to the torrent of hate engulfing the social media?

Brig.Kuldip Singh Chandpuri passed away

CHANDIGARH: Brig Kuldip Singh Chandpuri(78), the hero of historic battle of Longewal and winner of Mahaveer Chakra passed away today at Fortis Hospital Mohali. He was suffering from cancer. He is survived by wife and three sons.

Hindu group calls for shutdown in Kerala

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:  A Hindu group on Saturday called for a shutdown in Kerala following the "detention" of few religious leaders the previous night from the Sabarimala temple premises.

Misty morning in Delhi, air quality 'very poor'

NEW DELHI:  The national capital on Saturday witnessed a misty morning with deteriorated air quality which was recorded in the 'very poor' category, after being 'poor' since Thursday.

CIA concludes Saudi Crown Prince behind journalist Jamal Khashoggi murder: Report

WASHINGTON: The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has concluded Saudi’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was behind the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, US media reported Friday, citing people close to the matter.

Angad Bedi was left stranded by his girlfriend in New York with no money, passport

MUMBAI: It was time for a series of revelations on radio show No Filter Neha as host Neha Dhupia invited her husband Angad Bedi for a chat. From cutting his hair despite being a Sikh to dating older women, the Tiger Zinda Hai actor went on a storytelling spree as he spoke about his most guarded secrets.

Rajasthan assembly election 2018: Congress breaks 46-year-old tradition by fielding Sachin Pilot from Tonk

JAIPUR: As a child, Sachin Pilot often visited a temple of Devnarayan, worshipped by the Gujjars as an incarnation of Vishnu, in Tonk district with his father, Rajesh Pilot. In September this year, he took his two sons, Aaran and Vehaan, to the temple known as Dev Dham Jodhpuriya, little aware that two months later, it will be Tonk from where he will contest his first assembly election.

Protests, shutdown in Kerala as Sabarimala opens for 2-month pilgrimage

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Devotees complained of difficulties due to the heavy restrictions at the Sabarimala temple which opened for darshan at 5 am today amid a shutdown call by rightwing outfits over the detention of protesters and a Hindu woman leader.

Delhi on high alert after intel flags Jaish threat on WhatsApp

NEW DELHI: The national Capital has been put on the high alert after intelligence agencies were made aware of a message on a WhatsApp group, believed to be run by Jaish-e-Mohammed, which said that the militant outfit plans to strike sensitive locations in Delhi to avenge the killing of its commander in Jammu and Kashmir last month.

Kupwara boy selected for Vijay Merchant Trophy U-16

SRINAGAR: Basit Bashir Lone of Kupwara has been selected for the Jammu and Kashmir’s cricket team under-16 for Vijay Merchant Trophy.

Badal questioned by SIT on sacrilege, firing incidents

CHANDIGARH:  Former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was on Friday questioned by a Special Investigation Team of Punjab Police which is investigating incidents of sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib and the subsequent firing on protesters in 2015.

President to embark on maiden visit to Vietnam, Australia

NEW DELHI:  President Ram Nath Kovind will embark on a week-long visit to Vietnam and Australia beginning Sunday.

Youth Festival concludes at Veterinary Varsity with a note of cheerfulness

LUDHIANA: Ninth Inter-college youth Festival of Vet. Varsity concluded with a note of gaiety. S. Balbir Singh Sidhu, Cabinet Minister, Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries Department was Chief Guest on this occasion whereas Dr. AS Nanda, Vice-Chancellor Presided over the Function. S. Sidhu recollected his old college days and memories of festivities of that time. Youth Festival was started on 30th October onward in two phases under the guidance of Dr. Satyavan Rampal, DSW Cum EO of GADVASU. 

Du Plessis signals T20I retirement post 2020 World T20

BRISBANE: South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis on Friday signalled the 2020 ICC World T20 in Australia as his possible swansong from T20 internationals.


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