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Disabled Success Stories Showcased

HYDERABAD: An Exhibition of Products Produced by Disabled is organised at the 3Day National Summit of and for Divyangan currently underway at Sharadhamam Shikshana Kendra, Bandlagua Jagir, Hyderabad.

Jaishankar alerts Italy mission to get bodies of 4 Sikh men

NEW DELHI: After Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh requested External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar to help get the bodies of four Sikh men back to Punjab, who drowned in a sewage tank in Italy, the Ministry said the Indian embassy in Italy has been alerted.

Not playing an Indian in 'Death On The Nile': Ali Fazal

MUMBAI: Actor Ali Fazal is all set to feature in a modern-day adaptation of Agatha Christies famous novel "Death On The Nile". The film is toplined by "Wonder Woman" star Gal Gadot, along with "The Man From U.N.C.L.E" actor Armie Hammer and Letitia Wright of "Black Panther" fame.

Stalin warns party members of action if banners put up

CHENNAI: DMK President M.K. Stalin on Friday warned his partymen that he will not participate in any function if banners or hoardings are put up.

Gurugram child witness parents' murder

GURUGRAM: A Gurugram couple was stabbed to death in their home in front of their 7-year-old son, police have said. The man, believed to be the murderer has been arrested.

Couple stabbed to death in Gurugram

GURUGRAM: A couple was allegedly stabbed to death in Dundehera near sector 21, probably over unpaid loans, said a police officer. The victim's brother has alleged involvement of a friend in the crime.

Woman sits on snakes, gets bitten and dies

GORAKHPUR: (Uttar Pradesh):  In a bizarre incident, a woman while talking on the phone sat down on a pair of snakes, got bitten and died minutes later.

Suicide by 5th member of Barnala family exposes Captain govt’s debt waiver program: Bhagwant Mann

CHANDIGARH: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab president and Parliamentarian Bhagwant Mann has expressed his deep shock over the commission of suicide by 5th member of a family of Bhotna village under Barnala district due to debt, saying that the untimely death of the young Lovepreet Singh (23) was a tight slap on the so-called loan waiver being tom-tommed by the Captain Amarinder Singh government.

Punjab govt to pay Rs.31 lakh special compensation to Neha Shoree, slain drug inspector

SULTANPUR LODHI: : As a special case, the Punjab Council of Ministers on Tuesday gave ex-post facto approval to disbursement of financial benefits to the tune of nearly Rs. 31 lakh to the legal heirs of late Neha Shoree, Zonal Licensing Drug Authority, Mohali, who was shot dead on duty on March 29, 2019.

Cricket fraternity mourns 'magician' Abdul Qadir's demise

NEW DELHI: Tributes have flowed in for former Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir, who passed away late on Friday night in Lahore after suffering a cardiac arrest.

Kashmir's golden yellow autumn arrives without any tourists

SRINAGAR: In the chirp of cicadas and the croak of frogs, the message at the moment is unmistakable. Kashmir's golden yellow season, autumn is here. But, where are the tourists?

Jharkhand man lynched on suspicion of child theft

RANCHI: In another mob lynching incident in Jharkhand, a 50-year-old man was killed in Dhanbad district on Friday by a mob who accused him of child lifting, police said.

Tendulkar pays homage to coach Achrekar on Teacher's Day

NEW DELHI: Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Thursday paid tributes to his childhood coach late Ramakant Achrekar on the occasion of Teacher's Day.

Rahul condoles deaths in Punjab factory explosion

NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday condoled the deaths of the people due to blast in a firecracker factory in Punjab's Gurdaspur district on Wednesday.

Tourism hit as uncertainty looms large in post-370 Kashmir

SRINAGAR:  Forty-seven-year-old Mohammad Sultan is a worried man. The Srinagar taxi owner bought a brand new Toyota Crysta car for Rs 19 lakh, exclusively for tourists right at the start of the Amarnath Yatra in July. He hoped to do some brisk business at the tourist taxi stand on the boulevard road. He paid Rs 10 lakh from his pocket and took a bank loan of another nine lakh. Little did he know that all his hopes would be dashed to the ground right in the middle of a thriving tourism season. For just when yatra had peaked, the news of scrapping of Article 370 came as a bolt from the blue bringing Kashmir to a halt and also its economy.

Dengue spreading fast in Peshawar villages

PESHAWAR: Even as Pakistan is busy taking up the Kashmir issue, several areas in the country were suffering from filth and disease.

Labourer lynched over child-lifting rumour in Amethi

AMETHI:  A labourer was lynched to death, while eight others were injured in an attack by a mob, which suspected them of being child lifters. The incident took place in Uttar Pradesh's Amethi district on Sunday evening.

Shah lashes out at Congress for its Article 370 posture

SILVASA: BJP President and Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday once again lashed out at the Congress for its opposition to the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution in Jammu and Kashmir.

Punjab Govt observes 24th death anniversary of former CM Beant Singh

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab government today observed the 24th death anniversary of late Chief Minister Mr. Beant Singh marking it as "Sarab Dharam Sammelan" at the State level function organized at the memorial of late CM at Sector 42, Chandigarh.

'Tharoor spent 3 nights in Dubai with Pak journalist'

NEW DELHI:  Congress leader Shashi Tharoor and Pakistani journalist Meher Tarar spent three nights together in Dubai, the prosecution told a Delhi court on Saturday citing the statement of Sunanda Pushkar's journalist friend.


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