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PM Modi greets nation on occasion of Milad-un-Nabi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday greeted the nation of the occasion of Milad-un-Nabi, which marks the birthday of Prophet Muhammad. The Prime Minister took to Twitter and said, “Greetings on Id-E-Milad. May the teachings of Prophet Mohammad further the spirit of harmony in our society?”Milad-un-Nabi is commemorated in Rabi’al-awwal, the third month in the religious

Saffron group launches reverse Love Jihad in Uttar Pradesh

Saffron group launches reverse Love Jihad: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh affiliated organization Hindu Jagran Manch has announced that from next week it will marry 2,100 Muslim women to Hindu men.  The organisation said that this would be under its new programme “beti bachao, bahu lao”, and that it would provide both financial and social security to

Shiva Keshavan wins gold medal in Asian Luge championships

Shiva Keshavan wins gold medal: Indian Winter Olympian Shiva Keshavan won gold medal on Friday at Asian Luge championships, which was held at Altenberg, Germany. The sole Indian participant and defending Asian champion retained his title with a time of 55.60 seconds. “I am so proud to bring the gold medal back to India for the

Pre Couture exhibition enthralls Ludhiana

Pre Couture Exhibition was organized by Naina and Ishita at Hotel Galaxy. Many renowned designers have put up their stalls of designer clothes, accessories and make up for various upcoming occasions like Christmas and New Year. Special Pakistani suits have also been exhibited at the Exhibition.The organizers Naina and Ishita addressed the exhibition and briefed

India wins toss; choose to bat against Lanka

In the third and final Test of the three-match series here at the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground on Saturday, India have won the toss and opted to bat first. After winning the toss, Indian skipper Virat Kohli said that he has opted to bat first as he wants his openers to face some challenge. He said

Hospital declares live baby dead, family demands strict action against hospital

Family members of the newborn, who was allegedly declared dead along with his still-born twin by Delhi’s Max hospital, have staged a sit-in protest outside the hospital demanding strict action against them. The Shalimar Bagh Max hospital on Friday handed over the twins, thinking both to be dead, to the family in plastic bags. When the twins were

Russia to ban American journalists from covering parliament

Russia’s decision to pass a measure that would ban American journalists from covering the Duma, the lower chamber of its Parliament, comes as a major blow to media freedom. The Head of the Duma’s lower chamber’s committee on regulations and control, Olga Savastyanova, said that she was “examining” a proposal to ban American journalists from Duma. The parliament will

NIA arrests terrorist from Delhi

NIA arrests terrorist from Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested a member of a Manipur based terrorist organization – Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) from Delhi. Sanabam Inaobi Singh, who hails from Manipur, is a hardcore member of KCP and is accused of raising terror funds, supply of arms, ammunition and explosives for the

Goa CM launches farmer engagement app ‘Jai Kisaan’

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday launched the Jai Kisaan App, a farmer engagement app packed with features and functions to fulfill the needs of the farmers’ community in India. The Jai Kisan app is a one-stop solution on agricultural information and cultivation, covering crop nutrition, protection, seeds, and diagnostic services. Such services include soil testing

Maggi fails in UP lab test, Nestle denies charge of using ‘ash’ in Maggi

More than two years after a ban on popular noodles brand Maggi of Nestle India emerged to another case. Popular noodles brand Maggi allegedly failed to pass the lab test. lab test report of Maggi noodles confirmed the presence of ash content higher than the permissible limit in samples, But Nestle refused all the charges of using

Two accused arrested in Vipin Sharma murder case

The Police has arrested two more accused in the connection of Hindu leader Vipin Sharma murder case, who was shot dead by two persons in Amritsar in broad daylight on October 30. The accused is identified as Vishal Sharma and Kunwarbir. It is alleged accused has the charges of doing ‘Reccee’ of Victim before the

ICC U19 World Cup 2018 launched in New Zealand

The ICC U19 World Cup 2018 was today launched here with 44 days to go for the 16-team event that brings together future stars who will compete across four cities and seven venICC U19 World Cup 2018ues in New Zealand from 13 January to 3 February. The function was attended by Hon Grant Robertson, Minister for

Mirabai Chanu wins gold medal in World Weightlifting Championships

Mirabai Chanu wins gold medal: Mirabai Chanu today became the first Indian in over two decades to claim a gold medal at the World Weightlifting Championship in Anaheim, USA, exorcising the ghosts of her forgettable outing at the Rio Olympics. Chanu, who is employed with the Indian Railways, lifted 85kg in snatch and 109kg in clean

J&K: BJP leader’s house set on fire

BJP leader’s house set on fire: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Farooq Ahmad Rathers house was set on fire by unknown persons in Dangerpora area of Baramulla’s Sopore. Rathers house was completely damaged in the incident, but no loss of life has been reported. Ahmad said that on Wednesday evening, some unidentified people knocked on the

Nepali duo steals defence forces uniform in Ludhiana’s govt factory

Around 60 uniforms of various defence forces were stolen by a Nepali father-son duo from a factory in Ludhiana’s Civil Lines. The incident came to light on Wednesday when the factory owner found out that many Border Security Force (BSF) and Navy uniforms along with some cash and laptops were missing from his factory.Factory owner Sonu

Will ensure every Sikh honours the Akal Takht Hukumnama

“I have various plans to take our people, who lost the track for whatever reason, back in Sikhism. I will seek the cooperation of all involved in the system for the success of the mission,” Gobind Singh Longowal, newly elected SGPC president. Gobind Singh Longowal— an ex-MLA from Dhuri and former chairman of Sangrur District

MP Assembly adjourned as Cong raises slogans seeking debate on women’s safety

The Madhya Pradesh Assembly was today adjourned for the day due to slogan-shouting by members of the opposition Congress, who demanded discussion on the issue of the state’s “poor records” on women’s safety in the wake of the recent gang-rape incident in Bhopal.The House was adjourned three times during the question hour and also at

Gobind Singh Longowal declares 42nd SGPC President

Gobind Singh Longowal declares as 42nd SGPC President. Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee President (SGPC) Elections held on 29 Nov, Wednesday at Amritsar. The name of Bhai Gobind Singh Longowal is presented from Akali Dal by Bibi Jagir Kaur. Amrik Singh Shahpur, candidate from opposition party got 15 votes out of 169 and Gobind Singh Longowal

Collision between tractor-trolley and car, two dead

Two persons were died in a collision between tractor-trolley and car at Kotkapura. The incident took place at Kotkapura- Bathinda National Highway at Kotkapura on today morning.According to the information, a wagonR car collided with tractor- trolley which was full of timbers, in this accident two persons were died and three were seriously injured. Both

Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) President Elections

Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee President Elections held on 29 Nov, Wednesday. Marathon meetings between SAD(B) and newly emerged Panthic Front marked the eve of elections to 42nd president of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) .Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal held a meeting to discuss the names of the candidates for the elections of

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