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India-Pak ties likely to figure at Modi-Trump meeting: US

NEW YORK: Conceding that India's decision to rescind Kashmir's special constitutional status was an internal matter, a senior US administration official has said that India-Pakistan relations are expected to come up when Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets US President Donald Trump in France on the sidelines of the G7.

2 days after violence, peace returns to Tughlakabad

NEW DELHI: The situation in Tughlakabad Extension which witnessed police lathi-charge and vandalism on Wednesday after Dalit protesters turned violent over demolition of a Sant Ravidas temple, remained largely peaceful on Friday as life limped back to normal with heavy police presence in the area.

CBI asks 5 nations for details of Chidambarams' companies

NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has asked five countries to identify companies and bank accounts owned by former Union Minister P. Chidambaram and his son Karti Chidambaram, an official said on Friday.

Chandigarh wins first spot for successful implementation of Poshan Abhiyan

CHANDIGARH: City has been awarded with 04 National Level Awards by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, New Delhi, for its exemplary performance and successful rollout of the Poshan Abhiyaan.  The Abhiyan was launched by the prime minister Mr Narendra Modi in March last year with an aim to reduce stunning, under-nutrition, anemaic, low birth weight by two per cent to three per cent per annum respectively and intensify awareness on the importance of nutrition for good health.

Rookie Yuvraj Singh Sandhu registers maiden win in style

KARNAL: Chandigarh-based rookie Yuvraj Singh Sandhu registered his maiden professional win in style at the TATA Steel PGTI Feeder Tour 2019 Presented by Madhuban Meadows played in Karnal.

Punjab CM deputes 4 ministers to oversee flood relief works

CHANDIGARH, AUGUST 23: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday deputed four ministers to oversee the relief operations in the flood-ravaged districts of Ropar, Jalandhar and Kapurthala, and directed the concerned officials to expedite the restoration of power supply in the affected areas.

2500 Labourers lose job in India and Pakistan as trade suspended

LAHORE: The India-Pakistan trade suspension amid increasing tension over Kashmir issue has left at least 2,500 labourers unemployed at Wagah and Attari border.

SC gives Chidambaram interim protection in INX case

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday granted interim protection from arrest, till August 26, to former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram in the INX Media money laundering case being probed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

Delhi govt to pay board exam fees for its schools

NEW DELHI: Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday announced that the city government will pay the CBSE board examination fees for government school students.

Tribunal issues notice to Sikhs for Justice

CHANDIGARH: A show cause notice has been issued to Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) by the Tribunal constituted by the Central Government. Notably, the Central Government had declared the SFJ as an unlawful association and a notification was issued on July 10, 2019 in this regard.

Kashmiri students sacrifice Eid to help Maha flood victims

PUNE (MAHARASHTRA): Despite facing a financial crunch away from home, around 100 Kashmiri students decided to forego Eid celebrations this year and instead pooled in their savings to help victims of the recent floods in south-west Maharashtra districts, earning the admiration of the local villagers.

NRI Delegations from UK Visits Khalsa College

AMRITSAR: A delegation of 22 Non-Residents Indians (NRIs) from United Kingdom today visited Khalsa College and interacted with the students and teachers. The visit was organized under Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh's ambitiouspProgram "Connect With Your Roots (CYR) with the aim to enable the young men and women to become familiar with culture, heritage, education system and the way of living of the people of Punjab.


Lecture on Guru Nanak’s Philosophy at Khalsa College

AMRITSAR: As part of the various programs being organized to commemorate 550th Parkash Purab (birth anniversary) of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, a lecture was organized at Khalsa College here today on the philosophy and teachings of the Guru. The key note speaker was who expressed concern how we have deviated from the teachings of the Guru.

Angad, Neha pick Maldives for birthday vacation

MALE:  Actress Neha Dhupia will turn a year older on August 27, and to celebrate her birthday, she and husband-actor Angad Bedi chose Maldives.

Congress questions PM, FM silence on economic slowdown

NEW DELHI:  The Congress on Friday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman over their silence on the economic slowdown and praised the Vice Chairperson of Niti Aayog, Rajiv Kumar for his confession that the current stress in the financial sector is unprecedented.

Microsoft, ISB to empower Indian business leaders in AI

HYDERABAD:  The Indian School of Business (ISB) and Microsoft India on Friday joined hands to equip Indian business leaders with tools and strategies to make their organizations Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven.

Indian-origin Canadians charged in US with bitcoin fraud

NEW YORK:  Two Canadians of Indian descent have been charged in the US with bitcoin fraud using Twitter, according to the Justice Department.

Act on global cos abusing Indian firms: Sitharaman to CCI

NEW DELHI:  Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday asked fair market regulator the Competition Commission of India to guard Indian businesses and consumers against foreign companies, which have no presence in India, by taking suo motu action against them.

Partial US troop pullout won't impact Afghanistan: Ghani

KABUL: President Ashraf Ghani has said that withdrawal of part of American forces from Afghanistan as part of a peace deal between the US and the Taliban will not impact the lives of Afghans.

People feel Jagan government settling scores with TDP

HYDERABAD:  With the Jagan Mohan Reddy government in Andhra Pradesh set to complete three months next week, the dominant feeling among people seems that it is focusing more on settling scores with the opposition TDP, rather than addressing people's concerns.


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