Monday, September 27, 2021

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Scolded by parents, UP girl shoots self

SITAPUR: An 18-year-old teen who was initially believed to have been killed in an attack, has now been found to have shot herself with the licensed rifle of her father, after she was scolded by her parents for neglecting studies.

Two Historic Volumes of Guru Granth Sahib in Kashmir

During the course of third Udasi from 1515-1517 C.E., Guru Nanak Sahib visited Kashmir. From Baltal, following a dangerous snow covered mountainous route through Pahalgam, Amarnath and Ashu Muqam, Guru Sahib reached the city of Mattan. Mattan has been very famous for the ancient ruins of Martand and connected springs. It is here that Guru Nanak had a meeting with Pandit Brahm Dass and Kamal Faqir.

Big B launches NFT with Rhiti Entertainment's platform

NEW DELHI:  The BlockChain Phenomena NFT (Non-Fungible Token), which has recorded around $2.5 billion in NFT sales globally is poised to take a leap forward with the launch of, an NFT platform with A-Listed of Brands, Celebrities and Athletes from South East Asia. marks a ground-breaking partnership between Rhiti Entertainment, one of India's fastest-growing conglomerates and the World's leading Decentralized No Code NFT Exchange Platform -

Historic Sikh shrines in Afghanistan

According to Sikh chronicles, Kabul was a major center of Sikhism. Kabul is the capital of Afghanistan. Guru Nanak Sahib and Bhai Mardana came from Baghdad and stayed at Kabul in 1520-21. Historic in Panchak, Jatha (Kabul). In memory of Guru Nanak Sahib, a Gurdwara was built by Sikhs but after 1947, the government of Afghanistan demolished it and built a road.

Panjab University dental institute stands tall amongst dental colleges in India

CHANDIGARH: The Week, in association with Hansa Research and the India Today conducted the prestigious best colleges survey 2021 to rank the top Dental Colleges in India. Dr. Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences & Hospital, Panjab University, Chandigarh ranked 17th Best amongst the Dental Colleges in the country and 10th Best amongst Government Dental Colleges all over India, by The Week survey. In the India Today Ranking of best Dental Colleges the institute ranked 23rd.

3.5 year old Kunwarpartap bags records for extraordinary memory

LUDHIANA: A living testimony to the famous saying that age is just a number, Kunwarpratap Singh who is just 3 and half year old has secured his names in India Book of Records, International Book of Records and selected in Child Prodigy Magazine for his sharpest memory.

Heritage-rich village Chakmoh cries for adoption- says renowned heritage consultant Dr PC Sharma

PARKASHPUR (HP): Next year India will be celebrating 75thcommemoration of Independence but still a number of villages in Himachal Pradesh are wallowing in poverty, ignorance, illiteracy, negligence and lack of essential civic amenities.

Fewer news bulletins hurting our External Broadcasting

One day I listened to the entire Des Punjab Service of All India Jalandhar on FM 103.6 relayed by All India Radio Amritsar. To my utter dismay, there was not even one news bulletin during the ninety minute long service beamed to Pakistan, especially Lahore. Prior to it was the half an hour long Saraiki Service, there was no news bulletin in that one too. At least half of Pakistan’s population speaks Punjabi and it deserves at least one news bulletin in Punjabi.

Believed to be Indian, 17 still languishing in Pak Jails

NEW DELHI: Believed to be Indian nationals, Gullo Jan, Naqaya, Hasina and Ajmeera are among 17 "mentally unsound persons" who are still lodged in Pakistani jails as they have not been able to give any other particulars about themselves except their names.

Modi hails Karnataka woman for piloting Oxygen Express

BENGALURU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hailed woman loco pilot Sireesha Gajini of the South Western Railway (SWR) for also steering the Oxygen Express ferrying the life-saving gas from Jharkhand's Jamshedpur to Bengaluru on May 21.

Characteristics of Punjab’s leading airports

Punjab has only two well meaning airports, Amritsar and Chandigarh. The others are merely military bases improvised to handle limited commercial flights. The traffic patterns and characteristics of Punjab’s two major airports are marked different. Amritsar is decidedly the oldest airport in Punjab.

Consumption of 'Langar' reduces to one fourth in Golden Temple due to Covid epidemic

AMRITSAR: The low fall out of devotees in the Golden Temple Amritsar has led to low consumption of 'langar' (Community food) during last one month.

All India Radio cum DD Tower in Amritsar may never be finished

I am a civil engineer ever curious to observe and study the construction of uncommon types of structures. The first tall structure I observed being built was the 100 meter high steel television tower at village Basarke Gillan in Suburban Amritsar. Meant for government TV, It was the third of its kind in India after Delhi and Mumbai DD towers.

Atam Pargas Begins Assistance to the Families of Martyrs from the Farmers’ Protest

CHANDIGARH: A Ludhiana-based NGO Atam Pargas has taken an initiative to provide succour and support to the families of the martyrs from the Farmers’ Protest. Their 25 teams have already started reaching out to these families to make an on-ground assessment of their situation.

At 19 he is superman of Punjab, pushup record holder Kunwar Amritbir Singh

GURDASPUR: Kuwar Amritbir Singh is just 19 but he has made extra ordinary achievements. He is superman of pushups. Hailing from village Umarwala in Batala sub division of Gurdaspur district in Punjab, Kunwar is first Young Boy from Punjab to break National Records at the age of 17 and 18.

She does what even relatives don't - cremate bodies in pandemic

LUCKNOW: 'Ek Koshish Aisi Bhi' -- this is not the title of a film but words that today spell hope for those in distress. 'Ek Koshish Aisi Bhi' is an NGO, run by Varsha Verma, 42, that is helping people in ferrying Covid bodies to the cremation ground and even helping them in performing the last rites.

The Kashmiri Spring

It's a wonderful World. Amidst the toings and froings of the Covid chaos, one good thing that has emerged is the luxury of time. Most days have gone by, reflecting the previous and a rough blueprint of the one to come. There is so much more of it to soak up the season, halt mid step, savour the air, smell the roses and experience the sound of silence. Never before has a day been filled with this many head to head or heart to heart conversations as now. All this madness notwithstanding, what does put my mind at ease is the lovely sights around me. Nature is thriving, with/without pandemic.

Parrikar biography stokes fresh row over Gen Rawat's elevation as Army chief

NEW DELHI: A new biography on former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has stoked a fresh controversy with his claim that he had recommended that Gen. Bipin Rawat supersede two senior officers to become the Army Chief, "convinced that he was a better choice", with the author describing it as "a bold move", contrary to claims at the time that the correct procedures had been followed.

Cold deserts of Himachal emerge from under forgetful snow

MANALI: The picturesque but cold deserts in Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul and Spiti Valleys, the land of the Buddha high in the Himalayas, have been emerging from under the forgetful snow, with locals at first-of-its-kind initiative showcasing traditions for over two months.

1975 World Cup hockey was best thing of my life: Captain Ajit Pal

NEW DELHI: Sixteen days before Ajit Pal Singh turned 28 in 1975, he captained India to their maiden - and so far the only -- World Cup hockey triumph. On the 46th anniversary of that momentous title win, achieved after beating Pakistan 2-1 in a fast-paced final at Siaran Langsung Dari Stadium, Merdeka (Kuala Lumpur), 73-year-old Singh on Monday recalled the final and the celebrations that ensued.

Retd army personnel in support of farmers at Ghazipur border 

NEW DELHI: Retired army personnel numbering about 1000 have come out in full support of the farmers' movement at Ghazipur on the Delhi-UP border.

Emaar ex-MD Shravan Gupta booked for fraud

GURUGRAM: Following a probe by Economic Offences Wing (EOW), former Managing Director of Dubai-based realty firm Emaar has been booked by Gurugram Police. A case has been registered against his wife Shilpa and five others.

How Rakesh Tikait's emotional outburst acted as 'elixir' for farmers' movement

NEW DELHI: The emotional speech by Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait on January 28 at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh Ghazipur border acted as "elixir" for the protesting farmers, who were feeling defeated after a number of cases were registered against farmer union leaders for the violent clashes on January 26.

'Kamala's Way' charts an engaging journey from California to Washington

NEW DELHI: Just how did the daughter of two immigrants in segregated California became one of this countrys most effective power players? Through the human touch, by turning defeat into victory and most of all, by doing things her way, a timely biography of Kamala Harris, the US Vice President-elect says.

Two sisters ask Delhi to listen, go viral

NEW DELHI: Even as "Sun Dilliye Ni Sun Dilliye", a song written, composed and sung by the two young sisters on the ongoing farmers' agitation continues to grab thousands of hits on social media from people across the world, the duo maintains that while all the praise has been extremely encouraging, what matters most is that people across barriers have been able to relate to it.

Punjab farmer turns truck into makeshift home at Singhu

NEW DELHI: As the face-off between the farmers and government over new farm laws await a breakthrough, the onslaught of biting cold wave accompanied by thunderstorms and rain over the past days, have forced a vast populace awaiting at the Delhi border to innovate ways and means to survive the crisis.

Farmers stir: Parents taking kids to borders to show 'struggle'

NEW DELHI: In what could be called an unconventional way of imparting practical life lessons, parents are visiting the borders of the national capital, where the farmers are on strike over the new agri laws along with their children, and also lend their support to the farmers' agitation.

Terrorism affected 161 police districts in India in 2019

NEW DELHI: Despite the Central government's 'zero tolerance' policy against terrorism, the decade-long menace affected 161 police districts across the country, especially Maoist-hit states of Jharkhand, Bihar, Maharashtra, terror-hit Jammu and Kashmir, Assam and other Northeastern states in 2019.

Home is where the union is

NEW DELHI: She was 14 when she joined the union after her father, who opposed the Khalistan movement was killed in 1991. When 43-year-old Harinder Bindu, President of the BKU (Ugrahan) Woman's Wing looks back at all these years, there is no regret.

Role reversal at Singhu: Women coming out of woods & men behaving themselves

NEW DELHI: In the 'Tent City near the Singhu border, the ground zero of farmers agitation, Kanu Priya, 24, is giving instructions. She has a small black notebook that has bullet points on all that needs to be done the next day. In-between, she is also telling some men to make posters warning against using abusive language or substance abuse at the protest site. "Its important to make some things very clear," she smiles.

For these kids its rare fair at Singhu

NEW DELHI:  While the adults on either side of Singhu border that divides Delhi and Haryana, are engaged in a tug of war, children of rag pickers and the underprivileged who are otherwise the neglected street urchin have found this time of unusual prosperity -- even a blessing for few of them.

The only officer to serve in the Indian Navy, Air Force and Army turns 100

CHANDIGARH: Col Prithipal Singh Gill, THE only officer to serve in the Indian Navy, Air Force and Army today turns 100. He is healthy and will live long.

Kanpur man reurns from Pak after 28 years

KANPUR: When Shamsuddin returned home after 28 years, it took time for emotions to burst out. And when they did, there was no stopping.

Once mocked as 'navsakhiya', Tejashwi Yadav proves his mettle

PATNA: He was mocked as a failed cricketer and often called a 'navsikhiya' (newcomer) during the 2020 election campaign, taunted for 15 years as 'jungleraj ka yuvraj' (the prince of rule of lawlessness), called a matric fail (one who didn't clear class 10), but Tejashwi Yadav, son of former Chief Ministers Lalu Prasad and Rabri Devi established himself this year as a seasoned politician. Not just did he challenge veteran Nitish Kumar and the mighty BJP but also single-handedly made the Rashtriya Janata Dal(RJD), the single-largest party in the politically sensitive state.

How the 'Wild Frank' of Indian television Arnab Goswami was tamed

MUMBAI: In a lightning strike operation, the Maharashtra Police on Wednesday morning swooped on the home of Republic TV owner and Chief Editor Arnab Goswami in the 2018 double-suicide case of a businessman in Raigad.

Stars and planets grow up together as siblings: Study

BERLIN: In a unique study, astronomers have found compelling evidence that the planets begin forming while stars are still infants and they grow up together like siblings.

Kirti Kisan Union invokes Banda Singh Bahadur to find solution into farm issue

NAWANSHAHR: In no mood to relent till the farm laws are repealed, the youth wing of a prominent farmers’ organisation of Doaba and Malwa, Kirti Kisan Union (KKU), has now decided to invoke Banda Singh Bahadur, a disciple of Guru Gobind Singh, by organising as many as four farmers’ conferences on current farmers’ issues at Rahon (Nawanshahr) and  Dina Sahib (Moga) on October 26 and at Gurdas Nangal (Gurdaspur) and Sirhind (Fatehgarh Sahib)  on October 27 to mark his 350th birth day.   

Global climatic events abrupt shifts in Indian Summer Monsoon-a study

CHANDIGARH: Global climatic events like the Roman Warm Period, Medieval Climate Anomaly, and the Little Ice Age may have had significant impacts on India’s landscape, vegetation, and socio-economic growth, with abrupt shifts in the Indian Summer Monsoon (ISM) coinciding with these climatic events.

Narmada valley is the centre of human evolution—Dr A.R Sankhyan

BILASPUR (HP): Research paper of Dr A.R.Sankhyan, renowned anthropologist of Himachal Pradesh on “Evolutionary perspective on Narmada Hominin Fossils” was published on August 20 last. The paper findings confirm the hypothesis of two lineage of culturally and physically distinct hominins (human ancestors)in the region during Pleistocene times (2.50 lakh to 70,000 years ago). It sheds light on the theory that once the valley had been inhabited by two-type of human ancestors—a large bodies species and hitherto unknown pygmy-size man.

Declare Sultan Pur Lodhi Qila Sarai National Monument: Residents

PHILLAUR: Residents of Phillaur, Nakodar, Shahkot, and Sultan Pur Lodhi subdivisions have demanded that the historic Qila Sarai in Sultan Pur Lodhi should be declared as a National Monument and be handed over to the Archaeological Survey of India for proper maintenance.


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