Feb 13

Haryana to penalise those abandoning milch cows
Haryana to penalise those abandoning milch cows

Haryana to penalise those abandoning milch cows: Those abandoning milch cows in Haryana will have to pay a fine of Rs 5,100, a senior officials said on Monday. Haryana Gau Seva Aayog Chairman Bhani Ram Mangla said: “For this purpose, a mobile application is being prepared with the assistance of information technology cell in the

Pakistan deal terrorism
Congress for international pressure on Pakistan to deal terrorism

The Congress party on Tuesday welcomed Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman warning to Pakistan deal terrorism at an Indian Army base in Jammu region and reiterated to put pressure on Islamabad through the international community.Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit while talking to ANI said that providing proofs to Pakistan would not be of much help as they will never accept it. “We have given a lot of proof to Pakistan,

20-hour long gunfight
20-hour long gunfight continues in Srinagar

The over 20-hour long gunfight between holed up militants and the security forces continued in Srinagar on Tuesday as fresh firing exchanges started. Two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants are holed up inside an under construction building in Karan Nagar area since Monday after they were forced to withdraw and later trapped inside the building following their failed

Rahul Gandhi dargah visits
Rahul Gandhi visits temple, dargah in Karnataka

Rahul Gandhi dargah visits: Congress president Rahul Gandhi continued his temple visit for the second day of his election campaign in the poll-bound state of Karnataka.Rahul, on Monday, visited a temple and a dargah in the poll-bound state of Karnataka’s Kalaburagi. He also paid a visit to a Dargah in Raichur with Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah earlier on Monday.He later conducted a roadshow in the

Rahul munches on 'pakodas, bhajjis' in north Karnataka town
Rahul munches on ‘pakodas, bhajjis’ in north Karnataka town

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday stopped by a roadside eatery in north Karnataka’s Raichur town and munched hot and spicy pakodas and bhajjis and sipped tea in a plastic cup along with state Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and other party officials.”Gandhi alighted from the special bus in which he is touring the district and entered

Hurriyat activist shot dead by unidentified gunmen
Hurriyat activist shot dead by unidentified gunmen

Unidentified gunmen today shot dead a separatist activist in the Beerwah area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district, police said. Mohammad Yousuf Rather, an activist of the Hurriyat Conference, was shot at by the gunmen at Charangam, a police official said.Rather died on the spot, the official said adding further details were awaited.

Money laundering case: Court summons Virbhadra Singh, wife
Money laundering case: Court summons Virbhadra Singh, wife

A court here on Monday issued summons to former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his wife, accused of money laundering.After accepting the Enforcement Directorate (ED) chargesheet, Special Judge Santosh Snehi Mann asked Virbhadra Singh, his wife Pratibha Singh and three others — Chunni Lal Chauhan, Prem Raj and Lawan Kumar Roach to appear

Punjab U-17 girls team bags overall 1st position in MiniGolf event
63rd National School games: Punjab U-17 girls team bags overall 1st position in MiniGolf event

The players from have stamped their class in the sporting arena once again. In the minigolf championship held in Nagpur from 7th to 11th February under the 63rd National School Games, the players from the state have won bagful of medals. Disclosing this here today, an official spokesman said that the U-17 team (Girls) has

Priya Prakash Varrier, New sensation of social media
Priya Prakash Varrier, New sensation of social media

Life can be change by overnight! Yes, for this girl this phrase has proven absolutely true. She believes that her debut has become successful with this recent viral song. Haven’t you check it till now? then must Malayalam song which has set the internet on fire. A Malayalam actress set to make her debut in

PM Modi to visit Shiva Temple in Muscat
PM Modi to visit Shiva Temple in Muscat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visit Shiva Temple, which is one of the oldest temples in the Gulf region here on Monday. The temple is located in the Matrah area of Old Muscat, near the Sultan’s Palace and was constructed by the merchant community from Gujarat around 125 years ago. It was subsequently renovated in 1999.

Aadhaar not compulsory for treatment: Haryana govt to hospitals
Aadhaar not compulsory for treatment: Haryana govt to hospitals

Aadhaar not compulsory for treatment: Haryana govt to hospitals : The Haryana government has directed hospitals across the state not to deny or delay treatment to any patient without Aadhaar card or any other identity card. The directive assumes significance as it comes after a case of reported denial to a pregnant woman into the labour

Shimla, nearby areas wrapped in snow
Shimla, nearby areas wrapped in snow

Shimla snow: Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla and its nearby tourist destinations on Monday were wrapped in snow, giving them a picturesque look.Towns in upper Shimla district were cut off with snow piled on roads, a Met official said.This was the season’s second significant snowfall that froze the “Queen of Hills”, as Shimla was fondly called by

Sunjwan Army Camp
Combing operations underway at Sunjwan Army Camp

Combing operations are underway at the Sunjwan Army Camp in Jammu, where terrorists stormed in on Saturday, killing five security personnel and one civilian.In addition, six Army personnel and six civilians were injured, including a pregnant woman. The Army has successfully neutralised four Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists in the ongoing search operation that is underway since 51 hours.A National Investigation Agency (NIA)

CRPF camp
J&K: Terrorists seen approaching towards CRPF camp, sentries opened fire

Two terrorists, carrying bags and armed with AK47s, were seen approaching towards CRPF camp in Srinagar in the wee hours of Monday. The sentries immediatetly opened fire at around 4.30 am, after which the terrorist fled from the spot. A search operation in and around the camp is underway.Earlier on Saturday, terrorists stormed the Sunjwan army camp in Jammu, killing five security

India Nepal
India, Nepal celebrate 70 years of ‘diplomatic ties’

India Nepal: The Indian Cultural Centre, Embassy of India in Kathmandu has showcased the Odissi dance recitals at a cultural event which was organized to celebrate ’70 years of diplomatic ties between India and Nepal’ and ‘Maha Shivaratri Festival’ at Nepal Army Auditorium.According to the local media reports, the event, organised on February 10, featured the most versatile 10-member Odissi dance troupe led by Dr. Sujata Mishra from Odissa. The students and artists of Indian

muslim adopted Hindu orphan
Muslim Parents gets adopted Hindu orphan married in his customs

Muslim adopted Hindu orphan: A Muslim family from Dehradun has set an example of humanity by neglecting the typical norms in the name of religion and caste, by raising a Hindu orphan boy and marrying him as per his religion’s customs. The family of Mouinuddin adopted, Rakesh Rastogi at the age of 12 but never tried to tamper with his religion.Rakesh’s marriage was commemorated pompously.

Jammu Sunjwan attack: Army confirms 9 fatalities
Army confirms 9 fatalities in Jammu attack

A Defence Ministry spokesman on Sunday confirmed that nine people were killed in the ongoing anti-terror operation in an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir. Speaking to media persons here, Colonel Devendra Anand said three terrorists have been killed in the operation that has been going on since Saturday inside the Sunjuwan army station in

Himachal CM hits out at Congress for targeting his govt
Himachal CM hits out at Congress for targeting his govt

Himachal CM hits out at the Congress leaders for targeting the BJP government in the state for no valid reasons, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today said those who did nothing in the last five years were questioning the performance of the 44-day-old current regime. Talking to reporters, he alleged that the Congress leaders

Jammu Sunjwan attack: 4 militants killed, 5 soldiers martyred
Fourth holed-up militant in Jammu attack killed

Security forces on Sunday gunned down one more militant who was holed-up inside an army camp here after a group of terrorists attacked the military station, killing five soldiers and a civilian on Saturday.With this, the number of militants killed in the attack has risen to four, defence officials said. At least 10 persons, including soldiers,

President attends 1st convocation of NIFTEM in Haryana
President attends 1st convocation of NIFTEM in Haryana

President attends 1st convocation of NIFTEM in Haryana: President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday attended the first convocation ceremony of the National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM) at Sonepat, Haryana. Speaking at the event, the President said, “India has been an agrarian economy ever since our ancestors planted grains in the Indus Valley.