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Jal Shakti Avhiyan scheme to conserve water launched in Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH: Jal Shakti Abhiyan, a flagship scheme of Government of India to conserve water, has been launched in Chandigarh. As a part of the scheme Eco-club Day was celebrated in 114 government and private schools of Chandigarh here on Monday. The theme of the celebration was water conservation and tree plantation. More than 20,000 students from all schools took part in various activities.

Rana Daggubati wants to remake Telugu comedy in Hindi

NEW DELHI:  Actor Rana Daggubati is happy with the success of the Telugu comedy "Oh! Baby", and says he will "definitely" look at the idea of remaking it in Hindi soon.

'WC 2019 final best white-ball game of all time'

LONDON:  England became the World Cup champions for the first time in cricket history after defeating New Zealand in a pulsating final which ended in a nail-biting Super Over at Lord's.

Shehbaz Sharif to sue UK daily over 'fabricated story'

ISLAMABAD:  Shehbaz Sharif, the President of the opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), said that he has "decided to file a law suit against Daily Mail" newspaper after the British tabloid published an investigative report allegedly revealing that he and his family were involved in money-laundering in the UK.

26-17: Count WC champions England will never forget

LONDON: England became the World Champions for the first time in cricket history after defeating New Zealand in what can be termed as the most-epic matches in white-ball cricket to be ever played.

Sudha Murthy's children's trilogy on her dog to launch soon

NEW DELHI: Literary publisher HarperCollins India on Friday announced the acquisition of a three-book series titled, "The Gopi Diaries" penned by noted English and Kannada author Sudha Murthy.

Biden says he'll 'fortify' collective capabilities with India

NEW YORK: Outlining his foreign policy, Joe Biden, the Democratic Party front-runner for the 2020 presidential race, has said that he will "fortify" US "collective capabilities" with India.

RTE out of reach for the poor children in modern city of Chandigarh

CHANDIARH: When Monsoon in Chandigarh has its own flavor and romance for many that touches all our senses but for Jinterder it is a test for his dream house a “Jhugi.” All huddled on the cot thinking about the future of his four children. After nine years of its implementation, it is time to analyse if the RTE Act has managed to achieve its goal. It legally makes the Administration responsible to ensure elementary education to children between six and 14 years free and compulsory education. There is also a provision to provide 25 per cent reservation for students of weaker section in private schools.

'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' gets special screening at IFFM

MUMBAI:  Karan Johar's directorial debut "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai", which has clocked 20 years of its release in Hindi cinema last year, will receive a special screening at the 10th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM).

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas work out together

NEW YORK: Indian actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas and her American pop singer husband Nick Jonas are giving major relationship goals as the two are seen working out together at the songwriting camp.

Federer, Nadal set up blockbuster Wimbledon semifinal

LONDON:  Swiss legend Roger Federer rallied from a set down to defeat Kei Nishikori 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 and set up a showdown in the Wimbledon semifinals against arch-rival Rafael Nadal, a contest that will be their first at the Cathedral of Tennis since the epic 2008 men's singles final.

SRK shares glimpse of 'his' Simba

MUMBAI:  Superstar Shah Rukh Khan on Thursday shared a video presenting his son Aryan Khan as Simba from the upcoming film "The Lion King".

Govt brings e-revolution to campuses, to connect with students across India

NEW DELHI:  Even before a new session begins, all leading universities and other higher education institutions in the country are busy setting up social media cells to connect all students and staff with the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).

'You make India proud' as Dutee sprints to gold in Naples

NEW DELHI: Ace Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has won the gold medal in women's 100-metre sprint at the 30th Summer University Games in Naples, Italy becoming the first Indian to win do so. President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday took to Twitter to congratulate her.

UK Ambassador 'has May's full support' despite Trump's criticism

LONDON:  Kim Darroch, the UK's Ambassador to the US, has the outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May's "full support", despite American President Donald Trump saying he will no longer work with him, the Downing Street has said.

Top J&K cop says land grab allegations part of vilification campaign

SRINAGAR:  Land grab allegations against top Jammu and Kashmir cadre IPS officer Munir Khan that were levelled immediately after he was granted a one-year extension in service by the Department of Trainings and Personnel, are "part of vilification campaign" the officer said.

PNB tanks by 10% after another fraud case

MUMBAI: Two days after the Punjab National Bank (PNB) said that it had been defrauded by Bhushan Power & Steel Ltd. (BPSL) to the tune of Rs 3,805.15 crore, its scrip fell by over 10 per cent on Monday.

Sukhjot Kaur Samra earns laurels for Punjabi community in Canada

JALANDHAR: A true talent is not reliant on formal introductions instead it is very much capable of forming its own identity among society. Accomplished individuals are not formed by a procedure; they are born with such in-built qualities. In the light of their skill, knowledge and qualities they undergo much of their lifespan with distinction and numerous destinations are achieved along the way with unparalleled levels of success.

Bollywood celebs face the woes of Mumbai rain

MUMBAI:  Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna were set for a family vacation. Randeep Hooda was travelling to Mumbai with his uncles who were coming there for the first time. Kriti Sanon was returning to Mumbai from Delhi after a work trip. But the rain played spoilsport for them all.

HP Film Policy-2019 to develop State as Film Production Destination

SHIMLA: The breathtaking locales of the State have always attracted renowned film makers but still the State is full of popular, scenic, cultural, heritage and spiritual sites which are yet to be explored. Many artists/creative persons of the State have made their mark in various departments of film making both at national and international level.


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