Sajjan bats for meeting between Trudeau and Captain Amarinder
Sajjan bats for meeting between Trudeau and Captain Amarinder


Sajjan bats for meeting between Trudeau and Captain Amarinder Chandigarh/New Delhi – Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan has expressed his opinion that the Canadian High Commission should take initiative to arrange a meeting between Canadian PM Trudeau and Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh. It has been learnt that Sajjan has asked Canadian High Commissioner in India

Batting let India down in 3rd T201 against SA Batting let India down in 3rd T201 against SA

Batting let India down in 3rd T201 against SA JOHANNESBURG: India’s middleorder collapsed after a fiery start as South Africa won the third Twenty20 International by five wickets to keep the five-match series alive, here today. Indian women, eyeing their maiden T20 series win in South Africa after winning the first two matches, collapsed to 133 in

Death threats have been made against me, family: Bhalla Death threats have been made against me, family: Bhalla

Death threats have been made against me, family: Bhalla HOUSTON: Indian-American Ravinder Bhalla, who became the first Sikh mayor of New Jersey’s Hoboken city, has publicly acknowledged that death threats were made against him and his family recently. In a statement issued Friday afternoon following a security breach at City Hall, Bhalla said the city is

Red alert issued in Australian state for cyclone Kelvin Red alert issued in Australian state for cyclone Kelvin

Authorities on Sunday issued a red alert in the state of Western Australia (WA) after tropical cyclone Kelvin made landfall earlier in the day, bringing with it winds of up to 250 kph. In a warning, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services told residents of northern WA that they were “in danger and need

Trudeau to visit Mathura wildlife sanctuary today Trudeau to visit Mathura wildlife sanctuary today

Trudeau visit Mathura wildlife sanctuary today: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be visiting the Wild Life Century (Elephant Conservation Center) in Mathura’s Churmura on Sunday. Trudeau, who is on a week-long visit to India with his family, will first visit the Taj Mahal in Agra and from thereon he will travel to Mathura. Due to Canadian Prime

Pakistan minor's killer
Pakistan minor’s killer gets four death sentences

A Pakistan court on Saturday gave a 24-year-old man four death sentences for raping and murdering six-year-old Zainab Amin last month. The verdict was announced at Lahore’s Central Jail, reports Dawn news. The court handed Imran Ali the four death penalties for kidnapping, raping and murdering Zainab, and for committing an act of terrorism.A separate life sentence,

Robert Pattinson finds #MeToo movement amazing
Robert Pattinson finds #MeToo movement amazing

Robert Pattinson finds #MeToo movement amazing. Actor Robert Pattinson says it is amazing to see the impact of the #MeToo movement. Pattinson touched on the impact of the movement while discussing his in-competition film David Zellner and Nathan Zellner’s comic Western “Damsel” ahead of its premiere at the Berlinale on Friday, reports variety.com.  Pattinson said:

NRI from Ludhiana
NRI from Ludhiana to dine with Trudeau on Feb 22

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has invited a Ludhiana born NRI and his wife for dinner reception celebrating Canada-India ties at New Delhi on February 22. Sherjang Singh Rana, president and CEO, Punjab Insurance Inc and his wife Hapreet Kaur Rana are household names in the insurance sector in Canada. Punjab Insurance, which was created

Ex-Playboy model claims having affair with Trump

New York, Feb 17, A former Playboy model claimed that she had an affair with Donald Trump in 2006 and has also described the US President’s alleged system for concealing affairs, a media report said. The New Yorker in the report on Friday said that Trump met Karen McDougal in June 2006 after he taped

Strong earthquake hits Mexico
Strong earthquake hits Mexico

Strong earthquake hits Mexico: A powerful earthquake shook southern Mexico on Saturday as people fled out of buildings in capital Mexico City when the ground was shaking.According to the US Geological Survey, the earthquake was measured 7.5 on the Richter scale 4 km south of Pinotepa de Don Luis with the epicenter at a depth

New bank policy of Modi govt creates panic among NRIs
New bank policy of Modi govt creates panic among NRIs

New bank policy of Modi govt creates panic among NRIs Jalandhar – While NRIs were yet to recovered from the effects of demonetisation, the Union government’s decision to make linking Aadhar mandatory with bank accounts and talks of new ‘Insolvency and bankruptcy policy’ has created panic among the NRIs. The Modi government is going to bring

Apple acknowledges serious iOS bug, to fix it soon

San Francisco, Feb 16, Apple has admitted that the iOS 11.2.5 has a serious bug which is capable of crashing apps and Apple devices via iMessage, saying that it was working on to fix it. The vulnerability was discovered earlier this week and involves sending an Indian language character (in Telugu) to devices that crashes

Sardar says he's not done yet, eyes 2020 Olympics for parting shot
Sardar says he’s not done yet, eyes 2020 Olympics for parting shot

NEW DELHI: He might be standing at the twilight of his career, but former hockey captain Sardar Singh is not done yet and wants to give himself a chance till the 2020 Tokyo Olympics before deciding on his illustrious career. Talismanic midfielder Sardar, of late, has been in and out of the team as the

17 killed in Florida school shooting, ex-student arrested
17 killed in Florida school shooting, ex-student arrested

At least 17 students and teachers were killed as a heavily-armed 19-year-old went on a shooting spree outside and inside his former high school in Florida state in the US, authorities said. The shooter was arrested an hour later.The horrific violence unfolded on Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, which ironically was voted

Oli to be appointed Nepal PM
Oli to be appointed Nepal PM

Chairman of the CPN-UML K.P. Oli will become the 41st Prime Minister of Nepal with incumbent Sher Bhahadur Deuba set to resign from the post on Thursday. Deuba is going to announce his resignation during a national address and submit his resignation to President Bidhya Devi Bhandari.His resignation comes 69 days after the Federal and

Most Internet scam victims are young people: Report

Beijing, Feb 15, China’s younger generation may be more Internet savvy than the older people, but they still account for most of the victims of Internet scams, according to an anti-fraud website. More than 70 per cent of 24,260 Internet fraud reports received by the website, operated jointly by China’s software security firm Qihoo 360

Florida high school shooting kills 17
Florida high school shooting kills 17

Florida high school shooting: At least 17 people were killed and several others were injured in a school shooting on Wednesday in the US state of Florida. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel told the press that 12 were killed in the school building, two were killed outside the building, one on a road nearby and two

Iran President
Iran President to come on three-day India visit

Iran President Hassan Rouhani will come on a three-day visit to India starting Thursday at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the External Affairs Ministry announced on Wednesday. Modi and Rouhani will hold a bilateral meeting here on Saturday, during the course of which both sides would review the progress achieved in bilateral relations and

Trump-Pence honour African
Trump, Pence honour African-American military personnel

Trump-Pence honour African-American military personnel. United States President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday highlighted the contributions from African-American military personnel throughout the country’s history to commemorate the Black History Month.Delivering remarks during a reception at the White House, President Trump cited the administration’s theme for the annual observance, “African-Americans in Times of War”, and

pilots blamed Russian passenger
Pilots blamed for Russian passenger jet crash

Pilots blamed Russian passenger: The pilots of the Russian airliner, which crashed on February 11, have been blamed for the accident. According to the investigators, the pilots failed to switch on a heating unit, which led the speed sensors to ice up and provide wrong information.“A factor in the development of a special situation in the flight could be the