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Five cricket players on the rise in 2019

There is no argument that cricket is an international sport that is popular all over the world. That is why it is not a surprise that many young people strive to become a professional cricketer. The title of the article speaks for itself: today we decided to focus on five cricket players that are on the rise in 2019.

Corporate fraud hits CG Power, shares tank 20% on BSE

NEW DELHI:  Hit by major corporate governance issues involving unauthorised transactions and understatement of liabilities, Gautam Thapar-led CG Power's shares plunged nearly 20 per cent on the BSE on Tuesday during the early trade.

Floods in Punjab, a man made calamity, political leadership to be blamed: Khaira

CHANDIGARH: Sukhpal Singh Khaira Bholath MLA and president of Punjab Ekta Party(PEP) today blamed the political leadership for devastating floods in Punjab and  expressed deep sorrow over the sufferings of thousands of people in Punjab marooned by flood waters and loss of their property and cattle heads in large number.

Indian-American teen wins South Asian Spelling Bee

WASHINGTON:  An Indian-American teenager from New Jersey won the 2019 South Asian Spelling Bee, after correctly spelling the word "flipe" to earn the national title and $3,000 grand prize.

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.

There is no bigger decision than Kashmir: PM Modi (IANS Interview)

NEW DELHI:  With Prime Minister Narendra Modi completing 75 days today in his second avatar as the nation's helmsman, he speaks extensively to IANS on his priorities going forward and also touches upon various sensitive issues varying from Jammu & Kashmir, medical reforms, criticality of education to taking the knife to the tumor of corruption within the bureaucracy. In an extensive conversation with IANS Editor-in-Chief Sandeep Bamzai, the Prime Minister walks him through the most contentious issues facing India and his remedies for the maladies.

Pesticides overkill in Punjab killing farm-friendly insects

AMRITSAR:  Amrik Singh, 46, a Bathinda-based farmer, was in despair after the entire cotton crop on his three-acre land was destroyed by whitefly in 2017. He then decided not to sow cotton anymore and switched to cultivate other crops, such as paddy.

Parole to Dera chief Ram Rahim rejected

CHANDIGARH: In another setback to controversial Dera Sacha Sauda sect chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who is serving a 20-year jail sentence for raping two of his disciples, jail authorities in Rohtak on Friday refused to grant him a three-week parole to meet his ailing mother.

Himachal to increase financial assistance to the eligible destitute women and widows

SHIMLA: The State Cabinet in its meeting held here today under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur decided to increase financial assistance to the eligible destitute women and widows under Mother Teresa Matri Asahay Sambal Yojna from existing Rs. 5000 to Rs. 6000 per child per annum subject to maximum of two children for their proper upbringing.

IIT-Mandi predict weakening of monsoon by 2100

MANDI Mandi (Himachal Pradesh): Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology-Mandi (IIT-Mandi) have developed an algorithm to process 100 years of data of the Indian monsoon rainfall and have predicted a weakening strength of the phenomenon by 2100.

Keep These 4 Documents Ready for IBPS PO Online Application

The IBPS PO 2019 Notification was released on 2nd August 2019. The Application form is available online from 7th August 2019. Make sure you have these documents ready before you start the registration process.

Delhi's Kapurthala House to stay with Punjab government: HC

CHANDIGARH:  The Kapurthala House, currently the official residence of the Punjab Chief Minister in New Delhi, will continue to remain in the state government's possession, after the Delhi High Court rejected the erstwhile Kapurthala ruler's right to sell it.

Kapurthala house in Delhi remains property of Punjab Government, HC decides title

CHANDIGARH: The Kapurthala House, which is currently the official residence of the Punjab Chief Minister in New Delhi, will continue to remain in the possession of the state government, with the Delhi High Court rejecting the right of the Late Maharaja of Kapurthala to sell off the palatial property after it was requisitioned by the Government of India.

Samsung likely to unveil 2 Galaxy Note devices, all-new S Pen

NEW YORK: For the first time, Samsung Electronics is set to unveil two Galaxy Note devices -- Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note10 Plus -- here on August 7 that would take performance and productivity on-the-go to the next level, while simultaneously positioning the brand strongly against Apple's forthcoming iPhones as holiday season inches closer.

Slowdown shadow on air traffic to and from India

NEW DELHI: Air travel to and from India during January-March quarter of this calendar year grew at slowest pace of 3.8 per cent in the last four years pointing to slowdown in the economy.

Monsoon superfoods

The monsoon season can bring in a series of serious ailments, such as viral flu, malaria, dengue leptospirosis, jaundice, cholera, diarrhoea, seasonal flu, typhoid and chikungunya. The best way to combat them is load your body with immunity boosting foods so your body is ready to fight these debilitating virus and bacteria at all times.

India's housing mess: 1.74 lakh homes stalled across major cities

NEW DELHI:  Supreme Court's recent landmark verdict on the Amrapali case has brought the limelight back to the the Indian realty sector and lakhs of home buyers as numbers of incomplete and stalled housing projects continue to be on the rise creating "ghost cities" by the day.

Only Kejriwal government can provide 24x7 electricity on cheapest rates in India

NEW DELHI: For the fifth year in a row, electricity bills of residents of Delhi have not been allowed to increase. Deputy Chief Minister  Manish Sisodia congratulated the people of Delhi for electing an honest government, which has made this possible.

Smartphone shipments down 1% globally, Chinese brands excel

NEW DELHI: As global smartphone shipments fell 1.2 per cent in the second quarter (Q2) this year, the combined market share of Chinese majors Huawei, OPPO, Vivo, Xiaomi, and Realme reached 42 per cent, the highest-ever level, in the June quarter.

Karnataka CM, leaders mourn V.G. Siddhartha

BENGALURU:  Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa and scores of political leaders, including former prime minister H.D. Deve Gowda took to Twitter on Wednesday to mourn coffee baron V.G. Siddhartha and offer condolences to his bereaved family.

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