Feb 12

Ludhiana Gangrape Case: Police arrested two accused after the release of six culprits sketches today

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana Sadiq Ali of Banga, Nawa Shehar formally arrested in Ludhiana Gangrape case. The development has been confirmed by DIG. It is pertinent to mention that six accused has been identified and their sketches has also been released.The raids to arrest all other accused is going on by police officials. Earlier in

Fitness Trend Beer Yoga
Know About the New Fitness Trend-Beer Yoga

Experts around the world have been advocating beer’s nutritional benefits for quite a time now. Nutritionist Veda Gavhane says, “Though the calorie count in this alcohol beverage is high, beer is still said to reduce the risk of heart attack Are you a yoga lover? Or a Beer fan? You must be thinking what a

ICC T20 Rankings: Kuldeep Yadav jumps to second spot

 Talented wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav has moved up a notch to grab a career-best second position in the latest ICC T20 International rankings, where India maintained its second position behind Pakistan despite dropping two ranking points. Kuldeep scalped two for 26 in the final T20I against New Zealand, which his side lost by four runs

3 Indian student teams vie for top slot in Microsoft’s Asia talent hunt contest

Three Indian teams are among the 12 finalists who will vie for the top slot in the Microsoft Imagine Cup Asia Regional Semifinals here and move one step closer to win the grand prize of $100,000 at the world championship in the US. First place at the Asia competition will secure $15,000 and a spot

Punjabis among hundreds of Indians swamped by ‘Windrush Scheme’ in UK

London More than 450 Indians have confirmed their British citizenship under the government’s ‘Windrush Scheme’, set up in the wake of an immigration scandal last year.The ‘Windrush Generation’ refers to citizens of former British colonies who arrived in the UK before 1973, when the rights of such Commonwealth citizens to live and work in Britain

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Eminent Sikh American Gurinder Khalsa announces entry into politics

HIGHLIGHTS After receiving the prestigious Rosa Parks Trailblazer Award, eminent Indian American Sikh Gurinder Sikh Khalsa has decided to enter electoral politics ‘I want to be a part of giving back through public service’ Khalsa was chosen to receive the prestigious Rosa Parks Trailblazer award because of his courage and integrity displayed in May of

Researchers develop new prostate cancer prediction tool: Study
Researchers develop new prostate cancer prediction tool: Study

Researchers, including one of an Indian-origin, have developed a novel machine-learning framework that can distinguish between low and high-risk prostate cancer with more precision than ever before, according to a new study.The study conducted by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California (USC),

India world Alphons tourism
India emerges 3rd largest tourist place in the world: Alphons

Punjab, Haryana, HP have yet to exploit their full potential Tourism in any country is not just fun and frolic, it is a window to the country’s rich cultural heritage as tourism has emerged as a throbbing industry that can lend an unexpected impetus to its economy. DAILYPOST Editor Ajay Bhardwaj in a freewheeling conversation

Twitter adding IGTV previews on main feed

Twitter adding IGTV previews on main feed. In a Twitter announcement, Facebook-owned messaging app Instagram announced that previews of IGTV videos would now appear included in the main feeds on the home page.”Now, you can preview IGTV videos in your feed. When there’s a new video from someone you follow, you can tap from your feed

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I was first choice to host the Oscars, says Dwayne Johnson Los Angeles

Actor Dwayne Johnson has revealed that he was the first choice of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) to host the upcoming Oscars ceremony.Responding to a fan, who asked the actor to host the ceremony next year, Johnson revealed that the Academy approached him for the hosting gig this year but things

Climate Forests
Climate change threatening underwater forests

THE STUDY HAS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE HEALTH AND RESILIENCE OF ENTIRE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS. THIS COULD IMPACT KELP FORESTS AROUND THE WORLD Climate change could lead to decline of underwater kelp forests by impacting their microbiome, according to a study. In humans, it has been observed that changes in the microbes in the gut can result

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Bremen knock Dortmund out of German Cup

THE INITIAL NINETY MINUTES HAD A CLEAR SCRIPT WITH BREMEN DOING GOOD DEFENSIVE WORK AND DORTMUND WITH THE BALL Werder Bremen made it through to the quarter-finals of the German Cup, defeating Borussia Dortmund on home soil in a penalty shootout (2-4) after 120 minutes’ play ended in a 3-3 draw. Although Max Kruse was

Tourism Minister India vision
Exclusive interview with Tourism Minister: Know about India tourism vision

Know about the vision of tourism in India direct from the mouth of Union Minister of Culture and Tourism , Alphons Joseph. Daily Post Editor, Ajay Bhardwaj interviewed him exclusively in Chandigarh to know about vision, business, status and future of tourism in India. To know more watch the video

Google deletes 29 apps that steal users’ information

Google has deleted 29 malicious “beauty camera” apps that were sharing pornographic content and forwarding users, particularly in India, to phishing websites to steal their information.Some of these Android apps have been downloaded millions of times and a large number of the download counts originated from Asia — particularly in India, said a report from

Pakistan Hindu woman judge
Pakistan gets first Hindu woman judge

SUMAN KUMARI BECOMES PAKISTAN’S FIRST HINDU WOMAN JUDGE. SHE PASSED HER LLB EXAMINATION FROM HYDERABAD PRESS TRUST OF INDIA Islamabad/Karachi Suman Kumari has become the first Hindu woman to be appointed as a civil judge in Muslim-majority Pakistan. Suman, who hails from Qambar-Shahdadkot in Sindh province, will serve in her native district. She passed her

Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan issued ED notice
Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan issued ED notice

Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan issued ED notice. The Enforcement Directorate has issued a show-cause notice to Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan for alleged violation of foreign exchange rules involving Rs two crore, officials said on Wednesday. The notice, issued on Monday, has been served in a case that pertains to the seizure

Lonely Trevor dog attack
World’s loneliest duck Trevor dies after the dog attack

TREVOR’S 15 SECONDS OF FAME WERE TRAGICALLY CUT SHORT WHEN HE WAS ‘SEEN DEAD IN THE BUSH AFTER BEING ATTACKED BY DOGS’ THIS WEEKEND, A FACEBOOK PAGE DEDICATED TO TREVOR SAID AGENCE FRANCE- PRESS Sydney A lone duck named Trevor that lived on the tiny Pacific island nation of Niue has died, officials say, sparking

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Know about Arsh Bajwa’s journey from Punjab to Hollywood via Bollywood

GURMILAN KAUR Jalandhar’s Lad and actor Arsh Bajwa’s only dream is to make it big in entertainment industry. And, he promises that he is on his way to chase his big dreams. Arsh made his acting debut with Bollywood film ‘Running Shaadi’ alongside Taapsee Pannu and Amit Sadh. He got his part in the film

Sikh separatists protest Indian Embassy
Sikh separatists protest in front of the Indian Embassy

A small group of Sikh separatists held a protest in front of the Indian Embassy in Washington during which they tried to burn the tricolor on the Republic Day, a move slammed by the local Sikh community and termed as a “flop show” by Indian government sources. The demonstration by Sikh For Justice (SFJ) outside

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High job stress can lead to weight gain in women

Are you gaining weight suddenly? Blame increased stress at workplace, say researchers who found that heavy pressure at work predisposes women to weight gain, irrespective of whether they have received an academic education. The findings, led by the University of Gothenburg in Sweden researchers, showed that long term exposure to high job demands played a