Daily Newsletter

August 18,2019

India's envoy to UN: Issues relating to Article 370 an internal matter
NEW YORK: Matters relating to Article 370 on Kashmir are "entirely an internal matter of India and have no external ramifications", Syed Akbaruddin, India's permanent representative to the United Nations, said here on Friday after the UNSC held closed door consultations on Kashmir.
Capt Amarinder Singh warns Anti-National forces against attempt to destroy peace
JALANDHAR: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday warned inimical forces against any attempt to destroy the peace and harmony of the country, while calling upon the people to join hands in fighting such forces.
Sikh elder beaten in Suspected Hate Crime Maryland, UNITED SIKHS Respond
WASHINGTON D.C: The UNITED SIKHS legal team is working with the family of an elderly Sikh man after receiving a report today that he encountered several brutal attackers inside his own home during a suspected hate crime. According to details provided by the family, who wishes to stay anonymous during
Ola acquires Bengaluru-based AI start-up Pikup.ai
BENGALURU:  Ride-hailing service Ola on Tuesday announced the acquisition of 'pikup.ai', an artificial intelligence (AI) start-up based out of Bangalore, for an undisclosed sum.
Feel proud to be associated with 'Uri': Yami
MUMBAI:  Actress Yami Gautam is proud of her association with "Uri: The Surgical Strike", the war-based drama that traces the real life events of the 2016 Uri attack and its aftermath.
Going to Sonebhadra to fulfil pledge to victims: Priyanka
VARANASI: Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday arrived here to visit Ubbha village in Uttar Pradesh's Sonebhadra district where 10 people were killed last month in caste violence.
Govt needs time to bring back normalcy in J&K: SC
NEW DELHI:  The Supreme Court on Tuesday said the Centre government required time to bring back normalcy in the Kashmir Valley as nothing can be done overnight.
Don't need plane, but freedom to meet people in J&K: Rahul
WAYANAD (KERALA): Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday told Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik that he does not need an aircraft but the "freedom to travel and meet people" in the Kashmir Valley.
Death toll in Bangladesh dengue outbreak hits 40 AIG Ashish Kapoor wins two gold in tennis during World Police Games Delegation of Sri Lankan Judges visits Punjab Vidhan Sabha Jaitley in critical state, several leaders visit AIIMS Capt Amarinder Singh approves names of five sportsmen US cuts Pakistan's aid by $440 million Pakistan plans Kashmir cell, desk at embassies Lalu Prasad's movement restricted due to arthritis: Doctor Captain Govt has backstabbed government employees, pensioners in the state: Harpal Cheema Farmers evince interest in becoming active partners for checking environmental pollution 150 patients screened in a health camp at Sirhind Maisnam, Sathish , Unnati Bisht and Tasnim in semi-finals Excess water released from Bhakra Dam, more discharges likely 'The great gold bull market has begun' 'The great gold bull market has begun' Rajasthan court annuls child marriage Trump addresses Taliban deal with senior advisors Eunuchs rob pregnant woman's house in Gurugram Rahul condemns arrest of J&K Congress chief Phagwara police arrests three Chak residnets for beating up dalit youth K'taka businessman shoots parents, wife, son, self Punjab CM Capt Amarinder hails PMs announcemnt of appointing Chief of Defence Staff Capt Amarinder Singh snubs MP Partap Singh Bajwa for his comments on CBI probe into Bargasi cases Haryanvi model raped by photographer in UP