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Dollar falls amid declining US Treasury yields

NEW YORK:  The dollar decreased on Tuesday, as long-term US Treasury yields retreated again, raising worries over potential economic slowdown.

Exploring Chandigarh in a day !

When I was on my way to Manali from Delhi for the first time, I had to pass through Chandigarh. The city was also a place I never been, so I decided to stay over for a day and explore it. I had always heard of how well-planned this joint capital city is, but I would have never imagined that it would be the way tabloids describe them. I had booked a direct cab from Delhi airport to Chandigarh and decided to keep the car on me for the entire day. It was during the late winters and the weather was perfect to roam around a beautiful city like this.

Release of Iranian oil tanker unfortunate: Pompeo

WASHINGTON:  US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called the release of an Iranian oil tanker "unfortunate", as the ship which was detained by Gibraltar in July on suspicion of transporting oil to Syria, was on its way to Greece after leaving port in the British territory.

Imran orders authorities to expedite CPEC work

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed authorities to expedite work on half a dozen projects of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that have been facing significant delays.

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.

'No deal Brexit dossier shows worst case scenario'

LONDON: A leaked secret dossier filed by the UK Cabinet Office which lists a hard Irish border, chaos at the ports along with fuel, medicine and food shortages as a result of a no deal Brexit, outlines a "worst-case scenario", said to a Minister.

Balaji/Vardhan just miss the bus in doubles final

CHANDIGARH: Indian pair of N Sriram Balaji and Vishnu Vardhan fought a spirited battle before being pipped by Andre Begemann of Germany and Florin Mergea of Romania in the doubles final of the €46,600  ATP Challenger in Meerbusch in Germany on Sunday.
Both the first sets were decided in tie-breaker and the match tie-breaker was involved to settle the deadlock. Begermann/Mergea clinched the issue in their favour by 7-6 (1), 6-7 (4), 10-3 in oe hour and 47 minutes, despite commiting five double faults and releasing a solitary ace.

'The great gold bull market has begun'

MUMBAI: Gold prices have hit a record high amid a rush for safe haven assets owing to the fears of a recession. Goehring & Rozencwajg, a research firm which focuses on investments in natural resources, says the great gold bull market has begun.

'The great gold bull market has begun'

MUMBAI: Gold prices have hit a record high amid a rush for safe haven assets owing to the fears of a recession. Goehring & Rozencwajg, a research firm which focuses on investments in natural resources, says the great gold bull market has begun.

Balaji,Vardhan topple top seeds Jebavy/Middelkoop in doubles semis

CHANDIGARH: Playing percentage tennis Indian pair of N Sriram Balaji and Vishnu Vardhan toppled top seeded pair of Roman Jebavy of Czech Republic and Matwe Middelkoop of Netherlands in straight sets 7-6 (2), 6-3 in the doubles semi-final of the  €46,600  ATP Challenger in Meerbusch in Germany. The match for a final berth lasted one hour and 12 minutes.

Two million weapons entered Mexico illegally in last decade

MEXICO CITY: More than two million weapons entered Mexico illegally during the last decade, and over half of them have not been recovered, the Mexican government said.

'UK 1st in line for US trade deal'

LONDON:  Visiting US National Security Adviser (NSA) John Bolton has said that the UK was in "first in line" for a trade deal with Washington, the media reported on Tuesday.

With walkover Bopanna-Shapovalov move into doubles semis

CHANDIGARH: Rohan Bopanna (India) partnering Denis Shapovalov of Canada moved into doubles semi-final as their rivals Benoit Paire of France and Stan Wawrinka gave walkover in quarter-finals in the $ 5,701,945 Coupe Rogers ATP Masters 1000 at Montreal, Canada today.

Sunder Prashanth moves up in doubles in Germany

CHANDIGARH: N Vijay Sunder Prashanth, pairing with Scott Puodziunas of Australia overcame a stiff resistance from Tomislav Draganja of Croatia and Mark Vervoort of Netherlands in an evenly contested doubles first round match in  the in the €46,600 ATP Challenger in Augsburg, Germany today.

Sunder Prashanth moves up in doubles in Germany

CHANDIGARH: N Vijay Sunder Prashanth, pairing with Scott Puodziunas of Australia overcame a stiff resistance from Tomislav Draganja of Croatia and Mark Vervoort of Netherlands in an evenly contested doubles first round match in  the in the €46,600 ATP Challenger in Augsburg, Germany today.

EU backs bilateral solution between India, Pakistan

BRUSSELS: The European Union on Thursday expressed support to a bilateral political solution between India and Pakistan over Kashmir saying this "remains the only way to solve a long-lasting dispute that causes instability and insecurity in the region."

Pak closes 3 air routes for Indian carriers

NEW DELHI: Amid rising tension between India and Pakistan over the revocation of Article 370 of the Constitution ending special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Islamabad has closed down three out of nine air routes for Indian carriers.

Indian boys edge out Latin America in overtime; Indian girls fall short in first game

ORLANDO (USA): Late on Tuesday (IST), the second Jr. NBA Global Championship tipped off at the at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando.

Four RBU research scholars invited for intl meet at Dubai

MOHALI: Four research scholars of the University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rayat Bahra University have been selected by the World Federation of Neurology (WFN) for the upcoming 24th WCN-2019 (World Congress of Neurology) to be held in October in Dubai.

Weak pound boosting UK tourism industry

LONDON: The number of tourists visiting the UK has risen due to the weakness of the pound which has resulted in boosting the visitors' spending power, the latest figures show.

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