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SP celebrates birthday of Khazanchi on DeMo anniversary

LUCKNOW:Khazanchi, a three-year old boy, celebrated his third birthday on Friday, about three weeks ahead of his actual birthday.
Khazanchi, who became brand ambassador against demonetization, was born on December 2 when his mother Sarvesha was standing in a bank queue in Kanpur Dehat.

IndiGo server collapses, long queues at airports

NEW DELHI:Passengers flying IndiGo faced long queues across airports on Monday morning after the airline's server collapsed.

Maharashtra: 17.5% turnout till 12 noon

MUMBAI: Maharashtra has recorded a moderate average of around 17.5 per cent turnout till 12 am, for the assembly elections to the 288 Assembly seats on Monday.

Kashmiris feel the pinch as made to pay for suspended period

SRINAGAR:As Kashmiris continue to celebrate the restoration of their post-paid mobile phones, service providers are having the last laugh with them charging the subscribers for the period when services were suspended in the valley.

Onion prices: Paswan warns hoarders, says adequate stock

NEW DELHI: Union Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Tuesday warned hoarders and black marketers of strict action as onion prices soared across the country due to supply disruptions due to floods in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and some southern states.

Mamata accuses BJP, CPM of creating panic on NRC

KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday accused the BJP's local leaders and those of the CPI-M of creating panic through a "misinformation campaign" on the National Register of Citizens (NRC).

Relatives queue up at Srinagar hotel to meet J&K leaders

SRINAGAR:  Hakeem Aslam was waiting for hours at the Centaur Lake View Hotel here on Wednesday to meet his elder brother Hakeem Yaseen.

Maharashtra girl salutes soldier; women tie rakhi, do 'arti'

MUMBAI:  While the defence, police, National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and other security forces personnel are known for their selfless services, particularly during disasters, at times they receive unexpected compliments as well.

UN associated NGO calls for action following string of discrimination against Sikhs

LONDON: Following two reported incidents of discrimination against Sikhs today, UNITED SIKHS call upon federal and local government leaders to implement public education programs that would promote awareness of the Sikh community's values, beliefs and many contributions to the country and world.

Protests in Punjab against SC order to demolish Guru Ravi Dass temple

PHAGWARA: Thousands of the activists belonging to  Ravidasiya society came to roads in several parts of the Doaba and protested against the Supreme Court's decision to demolish Shri Guru Ravidas Temple in Tuglkabad Delhi.

Chandigarh DC reviews working of Estate Office, orders to clear pending files

CHANDIGARH: The Chandigarh Administration is fully committed to provide transparent and efficient governance to the people of the City Beautiful. To ensure this, the officials periodically review the functioning of various departments to implement new measures aimed at attaining the objective.

No regular Tuesday this for Indian fans in Old Trafford

MANCHESTER:  It might be a working Tuesday, but for the Indians in the city, all roads here lead only to the historic Old Trafford Stadium. After all, Virat Kohli and boys are taking on New Zealand in the first semi-final of the 2019 edition of the World Cup.

Lucknow doctors go on 24-hour strike

LUCKNOW:  Health care services in the Uttar Pradesh capital were largely crippled on Monday as over 10,000 doctors proceeded on strike in support of their counterparts in West Bengal.

Identify policemen assisting drug traffickers: Amarinder

CHANDIGARH:  Tightening the noose further on the drug trade, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday ordered the identification and strict action against police officials found to be involved with drug traffickers, especially those posted in the border districts.

Punjab CM orders STF to identify policemen involved in drugs and take strict action

CHANDIGARH: Tightening the noose further on the drug trade, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has directed the ADGP (STF/Drugs) to identify and take strict action against police officials found to be involved with drug traffickers, especially those posted in the border districts of the state.

Conciliation and Negotiation methods be practiced upto Executive Magistrate level: Justice Kurien

SHIMLA: Justice Kurien Joseph, former Judge of the Supreme Court said that  redressal of disputes with mediation and reconciliation helps in keeping peace and harmony between the litigants besides  with this system pressure of cases is reduced in the courts.

Red Carpet Welcome' to be given to electorates at model polling booths in SBS Nagar- ADC Anupam Kler

District Administration SBS Nagar is all set to give 'Red Carpet Welcome' to electorates, who will come to exercise their franchise at 35 model polling booths being set up in the district on the polling day i.e. May 19. Out of these, three model polling stations to have women staff only with pink or purple tentage outside the booth.

CEO Punjab issues guidelines regarding facilities to be provide to voters on voting day

he Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab Sh. S. Karuna Raju on Wednesday issued directions for compliance of ECI's guidelines regarding facilities to be provided to voters on Voting Day May 19 in letter and spirit.

Special arrangements for Senior citizens and voters with physical disabilities in Chandigarh

Senior citizens and voters with physical disabilities can exercise their voting right in a hassle-free manner in Chandigarh.  Mapping has been carried out booth-wise to identify different types of voters with disabilities and arrange for special facilities according to their requirement.  

Modi 'chowkidar' of only 15 corrupt persons: Rahul

PANNA: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a "chowkidar" (watchman) who guards the interests of only 15 corrupt persons and not that of the country at large,


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