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Pak Minister slammed for foul tweet on Modi's b'day

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Hussain Chaudhry on Tuesday posted a nasty tweet on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthday following which he was mercilessly trolled by Twitterati.

Tahir Raj Bhasin: Being Gavaskar in '83' was about perfecting the swag

MUMBAI: Actor Tahir Raj Bhasin essays legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar in Kabir Khans upcoming "83", which narrates the story of Indias first cricket World Cup win in 1983. The 32-year-old actor is thrilled to have got a chance to meet the man himself when the unit was shooting in London. He recalled how he had his batting stance approved by the legend.

JNU poll body allowed to release student union results

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday allowed the Jawaharlal Nehru University election committee to declare the results of the students union polls held on September 6.

SSGD-Bollywood Beats introduce "athentic Garba" in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS: Garba folk dance of India has made its mark in Indianapolis. A Grade-1 course was conducted by world's largest authentic  Garba Dance School, known as the Soni's School of Garba Dance. SSGD director Suhard Soni said it was "our maiden appearance in Indianapolis and other cities of Indiana. It was on the invitation of Bollywood Beats (owned by Jenny Bhupatkar Chakrabarti)."

2 teenage boys critical after being shot in WB's Purulia

KOLKATA: Two school students are battling for their lives after being shot at by miscreants in Parbelia town of West Bengal's Purulia district, police said on Tuesday.

8,98,050 LPG refills delivered to home in J&K: Govt

NEW DELHI:  The Centre on Monday told the Supreme Court it is taking proper care of supply of essential commodities to the people in Jammu and Kashmir, saying 8,98,050 LPG refills have been delivered to home and 6.46 lakh quintals of ration distributed in the last one month.

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.

Rashid Khan raises hope of ending his five-year long dry spell in Asia

NUH (HARYANA): Two-time Asian Tour winner Rashid Khan of India carded a second straight six-under-66 in round three of the inaugural Classic Golf & Country Club International Championship to raise hopes of ending his five-year long dry spell on the Asian Tour.

Seminar on cyber security at Rayat Bahra

MOHALI: A seminar on cyber security was conducted by the Computer Science Engineering Department of University School of Engineering and Technology, Rayat Bahra University.

After books-buffaloes, Azam now booked for stealing goats

RAMPUR: After being accused of stealing land, books, statues and buffaloes, now Samajwadi Party MP Azam Khan has been booked for stealing goats.

UT Adviser launches campaign for ‘Plastic Free Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH: Manoj Kumar Parida, IAS, Adviser to the Administrator, UT, Chandigarh has launched a campaign for ‘Plastic Free Chandigarh’ under the Swachhata hi Sewa programme, at central plaza, sector 17, Chandigarh here on Wednesday. On the occasion,  Mr Rajesh Kumar, Mayor, Mr K.K. Yadav, IAS, Commissioner, MCC, Mr Ravi Kant Sharma, area councilor, other senior officers of Chandigarh Administration and MCC, Councilors, representatives of RWAs, MWAs and other NGOs were also present.

Food insecurity in toddler years linked to poor health

TORONTO: Young kids, who grow up in homes with limited access to nutritious foods are more likely to experience poor overall health and developmental problems, says a new study.

LeT militant behind attack in Sopore killed

NEW DELHI: The Jammu and Kashmir Police have identified the terrorist gunned down on Wednesday as the one responsible for attacking a Sopore fruit trader's family last week in which a three-year-old girl had also been injured.

SMS Sandhu takes over as Chairman Punjab Infotech in presence of Preneet Kaur

CHANDIGARH: S. M. S. Sandhu today took over as Chairman Punjab Infotech Corporation. Especially present on the occasion were former Union Minister and MP Patiala Mrs. Preneet Kaur, Industries and Commerce Minister Mr. Sunder Sham Arora, Health and Family Welfare Minister Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu, MLA Rajpura Mr. Hardayal Kamboj, MLA Bassi Pathana Mr. Gurpreet Singh GP, Chairman PSIDC Mr. K. K. Bawa, Vice Chairman Infotech Mr. Kartik Vadhera, MD Punjab Infotech Mr. Rajat Aggarwal, and Ajitej Sandhu (Son of Mr. S
M. S. Sandhu and famous golfer) besides many dignitaries & relatives from Derabassi and Banur.

Knife attack outside HK school amid protests

HONG KONG: A knife-wielding man injured a female teacher outside a school in Hong Kong on Monday as students class boycotts and human-chain protests entered their second week.

100 days of Modi2.0: Kashmir remains point of focus

NEW DELHI: The one word that dominated the 100 days of Modi 2.0 report card was "nirnay" or decision. Clearly the idea was to showcase how the Narendra Modi government in its second avatar has been more decisive and bold in its approach.

PCC, PCA Colts, Air India and Baroda (1) in JP Atray Cricket semis

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Cricket Club and the PCA Colts recorded handsome victories against their opponents in the quarter-finals of the 25th  All-India JP Atray Cricket Tournament here today. Punjab Cricket Club routed holders Food Corporation of India, Delhi by 111 runs while PCA Colts defeated Minerva Cricket Academy by 119 runs.

PCC, PCA Colts, Air India and Baroda (1) in JP Atray Cricket semis

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Cricket Club and the PCA Colts recorded handsome victories against their opponents in the quarter-finals of the 25th  All-India JP Atray Cricket Tournament here today. Punjab Cricket Club routed holders Food Corporation of India, Delhi by 111 runs while PCA Colts defeated Minerva Cricket Academy by 119 runs.

Comprehensive victory by PCC against UPCA in J.P. Atray Cricket

CHANDIGARH: PCC players gave an all round display against UPCA at PCA Stadium Mullanpur to crush them by 121 runs in their league match of Group-B and garner 4 points while UPCA got zero in the 25th  All India J.P. Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament here today.

Punjab Education minister releases smart school policy 2019-20

CHANDIGARH: Providing further thrust to its agenda to ensure quality and value-based education for all, Punjab Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla on Thursday unveiled the Smart Schools Policy 2019-20 terming it as a major step which would augment the existing infrastructure thereby revolutionising the education sector in state.

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