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Indian Medical Association (IMA) marks World Autism Day

Indian Medical Association (IMA) marks World Autism Day

The Indian Medical Association, Ludhiana celebrated the World Autism Awareness Month with an awareness session on various aspects of Autism. Professionals from various fields of medicine, therapists as well as parents of children with autism participated in the interactive CME. Dr PS Jassal, President of IMA, Ludhiana welcomed the 85 participants and said that IMA

Nepal's first ever satellite launched into space

Nepal’s first ever satellite launched into space

Nepals first satellite has been launched into space, which will soon start rotating around the Earths orbit to collect information about the country’s topography and Earths magnetic field, officials said here on Thursday. The NepaliSat-1 was launched at 2.31 a.m. on Wednesday from the Virginia-based station of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in the

DC directs pollution board to take action against MC

DC directs pollution board to take action against MC

DP Correspondent Ferozepur Taking serious note of the Municipal Council employees’ lacklustre approach towards cleanliness in the city, Deputy Commissioner Chander Gaind directed the Punjab Pollution Control Board to initiate action against the Municipal Council for not adhering to solid waste rules. He also ordered the municipal officials to confiscate the trolleys of the waste

Skipping breakfast may increase death risk

Skipping breakfast may increase death risk

Do you skip your morning meal and eat dinner late at night? If so, it may increase the risk of death and other heart-related problems, researchers have warned.The findings, published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, suggest that people with such an unhealthy lifestyle had a four to five times higher likelihood of early

Maneka Gandhi files nomination from Sultanpur

Maneka Gandhi files nomination from Sultanpur

Maneka Gandhi files nomination: Union Minister and BJP leader Maneka Gandhi on Thursday filed her nomination from the Sultanpur parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh. Before filing her nomination papers, she held a five-km long road show. Maneka Gandhi is a member of Parliament from the state’s Pilibhit constituency. Sultanpur is represented by her son Varun

Dhoni is better, will probably play against RCB: Raina

Dhoni is better, will probably play against RCB: Raina

Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Chennai Super Kings by six wickets in their Indian Premier League encounter on Wednesday and while M.S. Dhoni’s absence was felt, stand-in skipper Suresh Raina felt that it was a good wake-up call for the team as things start moving towards the business end. It was only the second loss of the

Modi, Rahul, Shah urge voters to vote

Modi, Rahul, Shah urge voters to vote

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday urged the people to exercise their electoral right as the second phase of Lok Sabha elections was underway.”I am sure all those whose seats are polling today will strengthen our democracy by exercising their franchise. I hope more youngsters head to the polling booths and vote,” he tweeted. Congress

BJP baffled in Punjab: Lok Sabha elections

BJP baffled in Punjab: Lok Sabha elections

Ajay Bhardwaj Chandigarh Even after gaining an outright majority in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and becoming a leading political party in the country, the BJP’s depravity in Punjab stands rather too stark. Even as the notification for the Lok Sabha elections in Punjab is at hands, the BJP continues to look askance for its

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Voting begins in 95 seats in phase 2 of LS polls

Voting begins in 95 seats in phase 2 of LS polls

Voting began on Thursday across 95 Lok Sabha constituencies spread over 12 states and Union Territories as the second phase of the mega seven-phase electoral exercise kicked off. Voting for electing MLAs in 35 of Odisha’s 147 assembly seats also started along with polling for five of the state’s 21 Lok Sabha constituencies. In these

LS polls: Voting on in 8 UP seats

LS polls: Voting on in 8 UP seats

Brisk voting was on in eight of the 80 Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday in the second phase of the staggered Lok Sabha elections. Both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the SP-BSP-RLD alliance are contesting all the eight seats — Bulandshahr, Aligarh, Hathras, Fatehpur Sikri, Nagina, Amroha, Mathura and Agra.While the Bahujan

Force Gurkha Xtreme Gets ABS, Priced At Rs 13.30 Lakh

Force Gurkha Xtreme Gets ABS, Priced At Rs 13.30 Lakh

Force Gurkha Xtreme is available in 3-door version only. Most powerful variant of the Gurkha lineup, with a 2.2-litre diesel engine making 140PS and 321Nm. Still misses out on safety features like airbags. Force Motors has silently launched an ABS-equipped version of the Gurkha Xtreme. Priced at Rs 13.30 lakh, it attracts a premium of Rs 31,000 over

Honda April 2019 Offers: Discounts On City, Amaze, Jazz & More

Honda April 2019 Offers: Discounts On City, Amaze, Jazz & More

Highest benefits on BR-V; upto Rs 90,000 on exchange of older vehicle. Amaze gets free extended warranty and a three-year maintenance plan. Benefits of upto Rs 40,000 on the Jazz and Rs 52,000 on City. Honda is also offering additional benefits to select corporates. If you’ve been planning to buy a new Honda car but missed out on the March

Representatives of Political Parties/Prospective candidates sensitized about election process

Representatives of Political Parties/Prospective candidates sensitized about election process

Ludhiana April 16 The representatives of political parties and prospective candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha 2019 elections were today sensitized about the various aspects of election process. A meeting in this regard was held at Bachat Bhawan, here, which was chaired by District Election Officer Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal. During the meeting, the representatives

Voter awareness van flagged off by district election officer: Ludhiana

Voter awareness van flagged off by district election officer: Ludhiana

Ludhiana April 16 Aiming to sensitize the residents about the importance of the right to vote and motivate them to actively participate in the ensuing Lok Sabha polls, a Voter Awareness Van was flagged off by District Election Officer Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal from District Administrative Complex, here today. This van has been deputed in

Surgical strike, Air strike were possible with 'ONE VOTE': Modi

Surgical strike, Air strike were possible with ‘ONE VOTE’: Modi

Amid claims of “misusing” the armed forces for electoral gain, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday said the strength of “one vote” had enabled the surgical strike and air strike in Pakistan. Addressing a poll rally here in Chhattisgarh, Modi said the India of today carries out surgical and air strikes across the border and shoots

Elly Mangat's new album 'Rewind' out in june

Elly Mangat’s new album ‘Rewind’ out in june

In the Punjabi entertainment industry we usually have singers who have sung songs which are based on friendship and subject similar to it, so we came across one such name among others is Elly Mangat. He is a Punjabi singer residing in Canada. He has contributed enormously to the Punjabi music industry and some of

Bhumi Pendnekar-Taapsee Pannu's 'SAAND KI AANKH' will release this diwali

Bhumi Pendnekar-Taapsee Pannu’s ‘SAAND KI AANKH’ will release this diwali

The Bollywood entertainment industry never lacks behind in entertaining the audience with the amazing concept of movies other than comedy, romance, thriller, and real life based stories and biopic that are definitely marking a vivid impact on the masses with their amazing concepts. The very talented director of Bollywood and Pollywood industry- Anurag Kashyap took

Quality seeds for farmers at PAU

Quality seeds for farmers at PAU

DP Correspondent Ludhiana The Associate Director (Seeds) of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Dr TS Dhillon informed on Monday that PAU has produced quality seed of early maturing, high-yielding paddy varieties and other crops, which are available for purchase at all the research stations, seed farms, krishi vigyan kendras and farm advisory service centres of PAU

Captain counters Modi's charge

Captain counters Modi’s charge

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday asked why Prime Minister Narendra Modi singled him out and did not criticise Akali leaders, including Union minister Harsimrat Badal, for not attending an event of the Central government to mark the centenary of Jallianwala Bagh massacre. Captain Amarinder Singh’s remarks came a day after Modi flayed




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