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Timeless Amit Trivedi songs at the OnePlus music festival

NEW DELHI:Amit Trivedi is not only a singer and lyricist; he is also an Indian film score composer and music director. He rose to fame with the critically acclaimed music hits from the movie "Dev D" which also bagged him many awards, catapulting him straight into the big league.

Get creative with olive oil

NEW DELHI:The ancient Greeks named it ‘liquid gold, and there is a reason why olive oil is a superfood that revolutionises your wellness and beauty regime, just as it satisfies your gut.

South India ready with its own Shahi Litchi in winter

MUZAFFARPUR:Shahi litchi, the luschious fruit of Bihar, is now readying to get a new home in South India. What's even better, the litchi from the South will be available in winter.

Illegal groundwater extraction punishable offence in UP

LUCKNOW:The illegal extraction of groundwater will be a punishable offence in Uttar Pradesh under the UP Groundwater Management and Regulation Act 2019, which came into force on Friday.

Near misses on slot machines won't make you a gambler

TORONTO:If you missed jackpot by a whisker on a slot machine, it will not make you a serial gambler. For nearly 70 years, researchers believed that near-miss events like these would encourage you to continue gambling but new research from University of Alberta scientists suggests that the near-miss effect may not exist at all.

Army veterans to be trained for IT sector jobs

NEW DELHI:The Indian Army and the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) will come together in Bengaluru next week to orient veterans to the modern industrial needs in the IT sector in order to tap their expertise and potential by offering them jobs.

Centre asks all schools to set up kitchen gardens

NEW DELHI:All schools have been asked to set up a kitchen garden and instructions to this effect have been issued by the Centre to all the states and union territories, an official said on Friday.

Want to be fit? Workout before breakfast

LONDON:Fitness enthusiasts, take a note! Researchers have found that working out before breakfast could increase health benefits of exercise.

Imran launches programme for youth's progress

ISLAMABAD:Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has launched the ‘Kamyab Jawan Programme under which young men and women would be provided with loans to set up their businesses and also given a set of educational and skill-development opportunities.

judge Punjab and Haryana High court

CHANDIGARH:Mr Justice Jaswant Singh, judge Punjab and Haryana High court-cum-executive
chairman, State Legal Services Authority, Chandigarh (SLSA) released a research report titled
“Clipped Wings—impact of incarceration on family members of prisoner, an exploratory study
here on Thursday. Mr Mahavir Singh, member secretary, SLSA; Chandigarh, Mr Amarinder
Sharma, Judicial Magistrate-cum-Secretary, District Legal Services Authority (lead researcher)
and the co-researcher Mr Neil Roberts, Project Coordinator, District Legal Services Authority
were also present.

Removal of Article 370 gave hope: J&K youth activists

NEW DELHI:At a time when a lot of hue and cry is being raised over the abolition of special status to Jammu and Kashmir, there is a silent narrative in favour of the Centre's historic decision which remains lost in the din.

DMRC to upgrade to eight-coach metro fleet by March 2021

NEW DELHI:In a bid to accommodate the increasing footfalls, Delhi Metro plans to convert all six-coach trains to eight-coach ones by March 2021 and press them into service on the Red, Yellow and Blue Lines.

First Self Help Group Mela of Punjab-‘LAADO’ to be held from 23rd-24th October

2 day affair to be organized by Social Security, Women & Child Development Department in collaboration with Self Employed Women’s Association

KCR's election rally in Huzurnagar cancelled

HYDERABAD:Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao's election rally in Huzurnagar Assembly constituency was cancelled on Thursday due to rains, officials said.

With long power cuts, gensets run rampant in NCR

NEW DELHI:The Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) to curb air pollution in the Delhi-NCR region launched recently has helped proactive rolling out of stricter measures to discourage private vehicles on roads, stop use of diesel generators and close brick kilns and stone crushers.

110 players allocated to 8 teams for Abu Dhabi T10 league

ABU DHABI:The annual player draft of the Abu Dhabi T10 league in the nations capital saw 110 players allocated to eight teams, as well as a host of superstars unveiled for the first time.

Volvo launches its first electric car XC40 Recharge

LOS ANGELES:Swedish luxury car-maker Volvo has introduced its first ever fully electric car, the XC40 Recharge that comes with a brand new infotainment system powered by Googles Android operating system.

Jindal varsity launches 3-year BA (Hons) programme in law

SONIPAT:In a first, the O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) launched here on Thursday a three-year B.A. (honours) programme in legal studies which is interdisciplinary in nature with a focus on the social, economic and political context of law in society.

Won't suspend Trump's account, Twitter tells Kamala Harris

WASHINGTON:Twitter has told California Senator and Democrat presidential candidate Kamala Harris that it will not suspend US President Donald Trump's account.

Piyush Goyal invites filmakers to promote cinema on trains

NEW DELHI:Minister of Railways and Commerce Piyush Goyal has lauded the novel idea of Indian Railways to invite filmmakers to promote their cinema projects on trains.


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