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Took Prashant Kishor into JD(U) after Amit Shah asked me twice, says Nitish Kumar

PATNA: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday night claimed that he had twice received suggestions for inducting poll strategist Prashant Kishor into his JD(U) by BJP national president Amit Shah.

Punjab govt took stringent steps to curb the drug menace in Punjab: Mustafa

CHANDIGARH: Punjab DGP Special Task Force(STF) on drugs today repersented Punjabb government to present report card on comprehensive action against drug abuse, claiming that drugs were not sold in Punjab. It is recalled that Congress government had returned to power on the issue of eliminating drug abuse that was rampat during the SAD-BJP governemnt led by Parkash Singh Badal.

New UN envoy embarks on 1st visit to Syria

DAMASCUS: The newly-appointed UN special envoy to Syria made his first visit to the war-torn country on Tuesday since he assumed the post.

Over 3 lakh drug addicts treated in Punjab in 2018: Police

CHANDIGARH:  Over three lakh drug addicts were treated in Punjab in 2018 and more than 63,000 people are currently being treated, out of which 25,000 are heroin addicts, a top police official said on Tuesday.

Manu Sawhney unveiled as new ICC CEO

DUBAI:  The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday announced the appointment of Manu Sawhney as its new Chief Executive Officer.

China's new lunar rover may face challenges on Moon's far side

BEIJING:  China's second lunar rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2), which is the first-ever rover to drive on the Moon's far side, will face considerable challenges brought by complicated terrain in its future exploration, Chinese space experts have said.

Jind bypoll fires up Haryana politics

CHANDIGARH:  It could have been just another routine by-election but the Jind assembly seat in Haryana has turned into a political battlefield for all major parties to test the waters on which way the wind is going to blow in the coming months.

BSP-SP alliance giving 'sleepless nights' to BJP: Mayawati

LUCKNOW:  BSP chief Mayawati on Tuesday marked her 63rd birthday with a fulsome attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of betraying the people on promises made in 2014 and the BJP of dividing people in the name of caste and religion and said the people would vote them out in the coming Lok Sabha elections.

BSP-SP alliance giving sleepless nights to BJP: Mayawati

LUCKNOW: BSP chief Mayawati on Tuesday said that the alliance between her party and the Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh for the Lok Sabha elections was giving the ruling BJP "sleepless nights".

Google Doodle celebrates Anglo-Indian entrepreneur Sake Dean Mahomed

NEW DELHI:  Search engine giant Google on Tuesday celebrated the birth anniversary of Sake Dean Mahomed who was the first Indian author to publish a book in English and later, to open an Indian restaurant in Britain.

Ivanka Trump to help choose new World Bank President

WASHINGTON: Ivanka Trump, US President Donald Trump's daughter and senior adviser, will help choose the new World Bank President, the White House has said.

NSCA distributes Pamphlet in Punjab Secretariat to seek justice for dalit families

CHANDIGARH: National Scheduled Castes Alliance (NSCA) continued its struggle against the State Government by resuming the second stage of its Pamphlet drive. Civil Secretariat Punjab in Chandigarh was the targeted area to reach out awareness over the atrocities being dealt to Scheduled Castes community in the State and to protest against the inactive approach of the Congress govt. to provide justice to those who have been traumatised due to hate crimes and social boycott.

BSP-SP announce tie up for LS polls, keep Congress out of it

LUCKNOW: Arch rivals for over 25 years, the BSP and SP announced on Saturday that they will contest the coming Lok Sabha polls together in Uttar Pradesh sharing 38 seats each of the 80 in the state, while leaving Rae Bareli and Amethi for Congress, which has been kept out of the alliance.

Liverpool's Klopp wins month's best coach award, Van Dijk named best player

LONDON:  Liverpool has dominated the Premier League awards for December as its German coach Jurgen Klopp earned the Manager of the Month award while the English side's Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk claimed the Player of the Month trophy.

Sony to restructure its mobile division: Report

SAN FRANCISCO: The year just-ended was terrible for smartphone maker Sony amid dwindling sales and the company is now contemplating to restructure and introduce a fresh strategy for its mobile division.

Justice Bedi panel indicts 9 cops, says 3 out of 17 Gujarat encounters fake

NEW DEILHI: The Justice H S Bedi committee, which investigated several cases of alleged fake encounter in Gujarat from 2002 to 2006, has recommended prosecution of police officials in three out of the 17 cases probed by it.

Punjab CM administers oath of office to newly elected Panchs, Sarpanchs of Patiala and Fatehgarh Sahib

PATIALA:  Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday administered the oath of office and DAPO to the newly elected Panches, Sarpanches, Zila Parishad and Block Samiti members of Patiala and Fatehgarh Sahib districts, with a call to make their respective villages drugs-free while ensuring holistic development of their regions.

Stalin rules out alliance with Modi-led BJP

CHENNAI: DMK President M.K. Stalin on Friday categorically ruled out any alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Karanka steps down as Nottingham Forest coach

LONDON:  Aitor Karanka has decided to leave his job as head coach at English Championship side Nottingham Forest after spending over a year at the helm, the club said on Friday.

Akalis playing games on Kartarpur corridor: Amarinder

CHANDIGARH:  Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday said the ball was totally in the Centre's court regarding the execution of the project for the Kartarpur corridor in Dera Baba Nanak area in Gurdaspur district.

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