May 17

Rahul, Sonia, Siddaramaiah ruined Congress: Ananth Kumar

Rahul, Sonia, Siddaramaiah ruined Congress: Ananth Kumar. Union Minister Ananth Kumar on Wednesday said Congress party chief Rahul Gandhi, his mother Sonia Gandhi and former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah ruined the Congress. The union minister said that the Congress leaders should protest against their party. “If Congress wants to protest, they should protest against Rahul

MP CM congratulates residents after Indore declared cleanest city
MP CM congratulates residents after Indore declared cleanest city

MP CM congratulates residents after Indore declared cleanest city. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday congratulated and thanked the residents for their efforts to keep the city clean after Indore and Bhopal were ranked the first and second cleanest cities in Swachh Survekshan 2018. “I am extremely happy; drawing inspiration from Prime

India-Oman discuss energy, food security: PM Modi
India-Oman discuss energy, food security

India-Oman discuss energy, food security. A group of 30 young entrepreneurs from Oman on Wednesday discussed avenues for energy and food security with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Further, during the interaction, the Prime Minister highlighted the scope for cooperation in energy and food security between the two countries.As per an official statement, the two sides

Yeddyurappa sworn-in as Karnataka’s 23rd CM

B.S. Yeddyurappa sworn-in as Karnataka’s 23rd CM . The Bharatiya Janata Party’s B.S. Yeddyurappa on Thursday for the third time will be sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Karnataka at the Raj Bhavan. Yeddyurappa will take oath as the 23rd chief minister of Karnataka after the Supreme Court early today morning decided not to put

UK's Punjabi Film Awards
A Night of Glamour and Celebration at the UK’s Inaugural Punjabi Film Awards

Birmingham made history on Saturday 12th May by hosting the biggest Punjabi awards ceremony, which took place in the UK for the first time. BritAsia TV, the UK’s leading, homegrown Asian entertainment channel, hosted the inaugural Punjabi Film Awards, presented by Metatron Global Fund at the International Convention Centre (ICC), welcoming a dazzling guest list of the leading names in Punjabi film and entertainment. The ceremony

PNB Fraud
PNB scam: CBI names Mehul Choksi as ‘wanted’

PNB scam: CBI names Mehul Choksi as ‘wanted’. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday filed the second chargesheet in connection with the Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case and named main accused Nirav Modi’s uncle Mehul Choksi as ‘wanted’. The CBI in its 12000 page chargesheet charged 15 accused persons and three firms

FIR against restaurant shift manager after plastic found in burger

FIR against restaurant shift manager after plastic found in burger. An FIR was registered against the shift manager of a leading fast food joint after a customer found a piece of plastic in his burger. The incident took place on Sunday, when a man, who visited a Burger King outlet in Delhi’s Rajiv Chowk Metro

Petrol, Diesel prices hiked nationwide
Petrol, Diesel prices hiked nationwide

Petrol, Diesel prices hiked nationwide. Petrol and diesel prices across the country received a substantial hike, with the former set to cost Rs 75 per litre in the national capital with effect from 6:00 am on Wednesday.The hike is all set to burn a bigger hole in commuters’ pockets across the nation, as petrol will

Delhi High Court issues notice for free education of underprivileged

Delhi High Court issues notice for free education of underprivileged. HC today issued notices to Centre and Delhi government in regard to Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking free education to students belonging to Disadvantaged Group (DG) and Economically Weaker Sections (EWS). The PIL was filed seeking the amendment in Right To Education (RTE) Act, 2009

Karnataka supported BJP in big way: Yeddyurappa

Karnataka supported BJP in big way: Yeddyurappa. BJP’s chief ministerial face B.S. Yeddyurappa on Tuesday said that the people of Karnataka have supported the party in a big way in the May 12 Assembly elections. “People of Karnataka supported the BJP in a big way. Our party leaders will take a decision on the next

Smartphone CMR
Smartphone speed, performance critical for leaders of tomorrow: CMR

CyberMedia Research (CMR) today released their latest research report, Mobility@Work, capturing the perspectives of tomorrow’s leaders, especially millennials and other technology professionals around mobility at the workplace. As per the study findings, the key considerations from a Smartphone include agility, capacity, security, and privacy.For the leaders of tomorrow, work is life, and they take pride in ensuring

SC holds Sidhu guilty in road rage case, spares him jail term

SC holds Sidhu guilty in road rage case, spares him jail term. The Supreme Court today convicted Punjab Tourism Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu for voluntarily causing hurt to a 65-year-old man but spared him a jail term in the 1988 road rage case. A bench of Justices J Chelameswar and Sanjay Kishan Kaul said Sidhu

Petrol, Diesel prices hiked nationwide
Petrol price hiked by 17 paise a litre, Diesel by 21 paise

Petrol price hiked by 17 paise a litre, Diesel by 21 paise . The petrol and diesel prices were hiked by 17 paise a litre and 21 paise per litre respectively across the country on Monday. With this, the diesel prices touched an all-time high of 66 rupees 14 paise and petrol prices, too, hit

1988 road rage case: SC to give verdict in Sidhu's case today
1988 road rage case: SC to give verdict in Sidhu’s case today

1988 road rage case:  The Supreme Court will announce its verdict in cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu’s road rage case, on Tuesday. Last month Sidhu’s advocate argued in the court that it was not his client’s fault behind the death of the victim in a road rage case. After the Punjab government sought his conviction in

Karnataka Polls: BJP leading in 10 seats, Cong 5

Karnataka Polls: The counting of votes for Karnataka Assembly elections is underway, and based on the early trends, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading on ten seats while Congress has registered a lead on five seats. The third key player, Janata Dal (Secular) (JD-S) is leading on one seat, while others are leading on

CBI files chargesheet in PNB loan fraud case
CBI files chargesheet in PNB loan fraud case

CBI files chargesheet in PNB loan fraud case. The CBI on Monday filed a chargesheet against some former and current bank officials and several others in the over Rs 13,000 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case allegedly perpetrated by diamantaire Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi.The agency filed the chargesheet before a special

Arun Jaitley undergoes successful kidney transplant
Arun Jaitley undergoes successful kidney transplant at AIIMS

Arun Jaitley undergoes successful kidney transplant at AIIMS. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today underwent a successful kidney transplant at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), an official at the premier health institute said. Both the donor and the recipient are stable and recovering well, the official said. Jaitley, 65, was admitted to

Rename Aligarh Muslim University after 'Jat King': Haryana FM
Rename Aligarh Muslim University after ‘Jat King’: Haryana FM

Rename Aligarh Muslim University after ‘Jat King’: Haryana FM. Amid the controversy surrounding the Aligarh Muslim University, Haryana Finance Minister Captain Abhimanyu wants the varsity to be renamed after Raja Mahendra Pratap, also known as ‘Jat King.’ “The picture of the one who broke the nation into pieces hangs inside Aligarh Muslim University’s campus, but

Crack on Ludhiana’s Gill Chowk, officials blames rats for damage

Crack on Ludhiana’s Gill Chowk, officials blames rats for damage. A crack was spotted on Gill flyover (Gill chowk) in Ludhiana on Sunday night. Following which, the administration halted and blocked the traffic movement.Meanwhile, Municipal officer Dharam Singh said, “there was a dump below the flyover due to which rats inhabited the spot. It was

Sikh community objects to being called ‘Gaubhakt’

Sikh community objects to being called ‘Gaubhakt’ . Even as the controversy over alleged distortion of history of the Sikhs and their Gurus in state education board textbooks is yet to be resolved, booklets printed by a Nagpur-based publisher have caused a row by projecting the Sikh Gurus as ‘gaubakhts’ and ‘Hindus’. Sikh organizations like