Daily Newsletter

August 15,2018

Punjab CM calls for freedom from drugs to mark Independence Day
LUDHIANA: Calling  for ‘Nashe Ton Azadi’ (Freedom from Drugs), Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday launched ‘Tu Mera Buddy’ programme to take the war against drugs to schools and colleges to mark the 72nd Independence Day.
J&K Governor hopes Pakistan's new leadership will end terror agenda
Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra said on Wednesday that he hoped that the new government in Pakistan will realize the futility of continuing the agenda of terrorism in the state.
Himachal on fast-track to inclusive growth: CM
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Wednesday said the state was on the fast-track to ensure inclusive growth.
Kashmir problem can't be resolved with bullets: Modi
Repeating the words used last year on Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said Kashmirs problems can be resolved only by embracing its people, not with bullets or abuses.
Ahead of 2019, Modi projects himself as impatient agent of change
 In a virtual election speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday projected himself as an impatient agent of change against the backdrop of "docile and inefficient" governance during the Congress-led UPA rule and promised housing, power, water, sanitation and healthcare for all in his mission
India to send manned space mission by 2022: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced a manned mission to space by 2022.
Awareness against drugs at Punjab's I-Day celebrations
 Punjab Governor and Chandigarh Administrator V.P. Singh Badnore on Wednesday flagged off a rally to generate awareness against drugs and paid homage to the martyrs as he launched the Independence Day celebrations in the state here.
Modi's major healthcare scheme from Sep 25
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said a major healthcare initiative to give medical insurance cover to 50 crore Indians will roll out from September 25 -- the 102nd birth anniversary of Bharatiya Jana Sangh founder Deendayal Upadhyay.
Strive to remain independent: Mamata on I-Day Australian Senator urges drastic cut in student visas Navjot Singh Sidhu sounds warning note to companies indulging in half hearted sewerage works Divine Kirtan Darbar Organized By Sri Guru Harkrishan Sr. Sec. Public School, Amritsar Dr Bhagat is new Dean, Agri, at RBU Punjab Police Inspector dismissed for illegal detention of an innocent youth Woman allegedly commits suicide after being gang raped in Reasi district Two women inmates of Bihar shelter home die, two staff detained Himachal all set to lead country in off-season vegetable production Defense Minister inaugurated newly constructed bridge on Satluj River at Husainiwala Two Punjab Police constable killed after their bike hit by stray cows Teej Celebrated at CKD International Nursing college Amritsar Aryan Group of colleges includes Bollywood blockbusters Chakk De! India, 3 Idiots in syllabus Hundreds gather in US city to oppose white supremacy Delegation of UK youth lauds Punjab CM for CRY Programme Low water level in Bhakra and other reservoirs of northern region Film Ashke takes Punjabi cinema into a higher orbit of entertainment Grand son of former Punjab Congress chief booked for rape No takers of Refrendum 2020 in Punjab, claims Capt Amarinder Ajay, Suryanshi, Lakshay and Poorvi win tennis titles Village elders meet Gian Sagar management The last mile in design Elderly Sikh man attacked in California Haryana: Fatehabad DC Hardeep Singh transferred