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Reham slams Imran, alleges 'deal' on Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Alleging "a deal" on Kashmir, Reham Khan, former wife of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, has slammed his lack of decisiveness and attempts to please Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as reasons for the recent developments in the state.

Punjab govt declares floods a natural calamity in flood-hit villages

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government on Monday declared the current flood situation in the affected villages of the state as a natural calamity, with Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh directing the Financial Commissioner Revenue (FCR) to issue the necessary notification at the earliest.

Situation at dhussi bandh along river Satlej is under control, Says, Nawanshehar DC

NAWANSHEHAR; "The situation at  the dhussi bandh along river Satlej falling in the district is quite under control ", says the Deputy Commissioner, Vinay Bublani while adding that, however, the Army and the other departments deputed to assist the Drainage Department to avert the apprehension of floods , would continue to keep vigil there though the downstream flow of water from Ropar head-works had receded considerably. At 7.00 pm. the downstream flow of water from Ropar Head-works has been reported 54526 cusics, he added.

Punjab Medical Education department invites applications for 40 vacancies of professors

CHANDIGARH: Punjab government has invited applications for 40 posts of professors, associate professors and assistant professors of direct quota in government medical colleges of the state.

Punjab CM visits flood hit areas, announces Rs.100 crore emergency relief

RUPNAGAR: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday announced Rs 100 Crore for emergency relief and rehabilitation measures in the flood-hit regions of the state and said a special Girdawari will be conducted as soon as the water level recedes to ensure adequate compensation for the affected farmers.

Chandigarh all set to launch Khan Academy for PISA examination

CHANDIGARH: Modalities have been worked out and scope of work has been assigned to the Khan Academy to skill students of Chandigarh for PISA examination. Across the country, Chandigarh has been selected to participate in Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) which will be conducted in 2021.

Yogi slammed after woman burnt alive over talaq plaint

LUCKNOW:  A young woman in Uttar Pradesh was burnt alive in front of her five-year-old daughter after she complained to the police that her husband has divorced her by uttering "talaq" thrice.

Let us pray for human rights and peace in Kashmir: Mamata

KOLKATA:  Observing World Humanitarian Day on Monday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that we must all pray for the restoration of human rights and peace in Kashmir.

Afghanistan slams Pak envoy's attempt to link Kashmir with peace process

WASHINGTON:  Afghanistan has strongly protested against the statement of Pakistan's Ambassador to the US, Asad Majeed Khan, that the tensions in Kashmir could affect the Afghan peace process, terming it "reckless, unwarranted and irresponsible".

Sonam slammed for Pak comments, asks trolls to get a life

MUMBAI:  Sonam Kapoor is once again in the midst of a heated exchange with trolls. It all started when she became the target of netizens for her comments on Pakistan banning Indian films, particularly her 2016 release,"Neerja".

73rd India Independence Day celebrated in Indianapoli

INDIANAPOLIS: A large number of Indian Americans assembled at the Monument Circle, Downtown, Indianapolis to take part in the
celebrations organized by India Association of Indianapolis on Sunday.

Anushka's 'sunkissed' image leaves Virat spellbound

ANTIGUA:  Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma's photograph from a beach here in West Indies has left her star cricketer husband Virat Kohli at a loss of words.

Himachal roads shut due to landslides

SHIMLA:  Roads in Himachal Pradesh continued to remain shut on Monday due to landslides triggered by heavy rain in the past two days, officials said.

Triple talaq cases rise in UP after law comes into force

LUCKNOW:  The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 which criminalises triple talaq has, so far, failed to act as a deterrent to the cases of triple talaq in Uttar Pradesh.

Ex-Malaysian PM's corruption trial postponed

KUALA LUMPUR: A Malaysian court on Monday postponed a trial against former Prime Minister Najib Razak for his alleged role in the embezzlement of billions in public funds that contributed to his shocking election defeat last year.

Kabul bombing: Afghanistan postpones 100th I-Day celebrations

KABUL:  The Afghan government has postponed celebrations to commemorate the 100th Independence Day of Afghanistan which was scheduled for Monday in the historic Dar-ul-Aman Palace.

Not intimidated by Trinamool's threats: Sovan

KOLKATA:  Former Kolkata Mayor Sovan Chatterjee, who switched over to the BJP last week, accused the Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal of conspiring to put his life in danger and said he will not be intimidated by such threats.

Punjab Floods: Nawanshahr, Balachaur put on high alert due to heavy water inflow in Sutluj river

NAWANSHAHR: To ensure the safety of residents of 67 villages adjoining Dhussi Bandh of Satluj river in wake of the release of excess water from Ropar Headworks, the Deputy Commissioner Nawanshahr (SBS Nagar)  Vinay Bublani has asked the SDMs of Nawanshahr and Balachuar to get evacuated the residents to safer places.  In Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district,  Nawanshahr has 41 low lying and flood prone villages while Balachaur has 26.

BCI bans new law colleges for 3 years in the Country

MOHALI: The Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi, a statutory body that regulates legal practice and education in India, passed a resolution to impose a three-year moratorium on opening new law colleges in the country on 11th August to address the mushrooming of already existing law schools across the country.

Flood situation in Rupnagar district is critical, water enters villages, IIT complex

RUPNAGAR: The flood situation in Rupnagar district is critical as the more water is released from Bhakhra Dam today that flooded over 20 villages along the Satluj river in Nangal, Nurpurbedi and Rupnagar areas. The water has also entered newsly construct complex of India Institute Ofg Technology(IIT) near here.

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