Feb 11

Dog home
Every dog deserves a home

RUPASHI About one and a half years ago Home for Paws was started with the purpose of making Chandigarh free from stray dogs and rabies. While talking to Daily Post, Gurjusjit Singh, Secretary, Home for Paws, shared his love for dogs and how they prove to be faithful companions for human beings. Every second Saturday

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

Unruly scene at BJP’s public meeting
Unruly scene at BJP’s public meeting

Farmila threatened Rajesh Kalia to hit him with a mike, calls him ‘goonda’ HIGHLIGHTS Seeing the situation escalating, Ravi Kant Sharma, Ravi Kant Sharma, BJP Councillor and other party leaders tried to calm down Farmila A video recording of the entire episode was done by the colony resident and circulated it on social media The

Woman gang-raped by 12 near Ludhiana, police conduct raids
Woman gang-raped by 12 near Ludhiana, police conduct raids

Woman gang-raped by 12 near Ludhiana, police conduct raids. The Punjab Police on Monday conducted raids at various places in Ludhiana district after a young woman alleged she was gang-raped by 12 men at a farmhouse near Jagraon town after she and her male friend were attacked and abducted.No arrests have been made so far.The

PM stole from Andhra Pradesh and gave it to Anil Ambani: Rahul Gandhi
PM stole from Andhra Pradesh and gave it to Anil Ambani: Rahul Gandhi

Expressing support for Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu’s daylong fast, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had stolen from the people of the state and given the money to industrialist Anil Ambani.The TDP president’s fast, demanding that the Centre fulfil promises made during Andhra Pradesh’s bifurcation in 2014

Crop growers face problem
Crop growers continue to face problems

HIGHLIGHTS The problems such as debts, MSP and Non-implementation of Swaminathan report are responsible for the miserable conditions of farmers The recent hailstorm causing harms to crops also resulted in huge loss for farmers , it may cost BJP huge loss in forthcoming elections RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Recent hailstorm affected the crops increasing problems

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

Patiala cop injure teachers
In Patiala: 11, including cop, injured during teachers’ protest

HIGHLIGHT The protesters were demonstrating against the regularisation policy for 8,886 teachers of Adarsh schools, SSA and RMSA. DP CORRESPONDENT Patiala Ten people were injured on Sunday as police lathicharged a group of teachers that was marching towards Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s residence to protest against conditions for their regularisation, police said. A superintendent

Farmers on Indo-Pak border want to mend fences
Farmers on Indo-Pak border want to mend fences

Barbed wire fencing was supposed to be erected at a distance from zero line HARKIRAT SINGH Amritsar The barbed wire fence that came up along the 553-km Indo-Pakistan border primarily for checking infiltration of terrorists and flow of weapons and explosive material, was supposed to be erected at a distance of 50 to 100 metres

Dharohar Museum: A mirror of rich Haryanvi culture, legacy
Dharohar Museum: A mirror of rich Haryanvi culture, legacy

RAVINDER SINGH MALK Panchkula Dharohar, a museum of its kind set up on the Kurukshetra University premises in its Golden Jubilee year, is a showcase of rich culture and heritage of Haryana. Around 25 lakh people across the country and world have visited the museum so far. Besides, people of 108 countries witnessed the belongings

Drugs Punjab Jails extortion
Drugs, extortions in Punjab jails

HIGHLIGHTS Recovery of mobile phones, drugs is a routine affair in Punjab jails In many cases, jail staff were accused of extorting money from inmates An inmate of Patiala Jail, Brajesh Thakur has accused gangsters of extorting money from him and thrashing him in connivance with jail officials IG Kunwar Partap Singh has started investigation

Ford’s SUV Europe Testing
Ford’s Mystery Compact SUV Prototype Spied Testing in Europe

The prototype is larger than the Ecosport and could replace it globally as a more refined compact SUV from Ford New compact SUV prototype spied in Germany. Looks bigger and more spacious than the Ecosport. Likely to be underpinned by the Fiesta sedan’s platform. Could be offered with 1.0-litre Ecoboost petrol and 1.5-litre TDCi diesel

Rohanpreet Singh ready to drop his next romantic song

Rohanpreet Singh ready to drop his next romantic song. The Punjabi music industry is blessed with full of talent. One of the rising singer is RohanPreet Singh. Back in the year 2018, he dropped two single tracks which were titled as Taqleef and Pehli Mulakaat. Both the tracks received immense love from the audiences and

New Zealand to ban smoking in cars with children

The New Zealand government said on Sunday that it will ban smoking in cars with children. Once the legislation is approved by Parliament, the police will be able to give people warnings or issue a fine of 50 New Zealand dollars ($33) to smokers including those who vape, reports Xinhua news agency. Associate Minister of

New Zealand beat India to clinch women's T20I series 3-0
New Zealand beat India to clinch women’s T20I series 3-0

An all-round show by Sophie Devine helped New Zealand defeat India by two runs to sweep the three match women’s Twenty20 International series here on Sunday. India required 16 runs off the final over and Mithali Raj needed to hit a four off the final ball but Leigh Kasperek held her nerve to concede just

India's #MeToo torchbearer Tanushree Dutta invited to Harvard
India’s #MeToo torchbearer Tanushree Dutta invited to Harvard

India’s #MeToo torchbearer Tanushree Dutta invited to Harvard . Actress and former beauty queen Tanushree Dutta, who spearheaded the #MeToo movement in India, has been invited by the Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts to speak at one of its flagship events. Tanushree wrote on Instagram: “Invited to speak at the Harvard Business School in

PM to serve 3 billionth meal to children in Vrindavan tomorrow

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, will visit Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh tomorrow on 11 February 2019. He will unveil the plaque to mark the serving of 3rd billionth meal by Akshaya Patra Foundation at Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir. The Prime Minister will then serve the 3rd billionth meal to underprivileged children from schools. He will later address

No AAP leader from Ludhiana in race for ticket
No AAP leader from Ludhiana in race for ticket

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana Though only two months were left for Lok Sabha elections but no Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader from Ludhiana has desired to contest elections from Party ticket. Facing difficult to find candidate for Ludhiana Lok Sabha seat, Aam Aadmi Party is likely to field Aman Arora from Ludhiana for Lok Sabha

Phagwara tense after Shiv Sena activists and Balmikis clash

Kusum Arora Phagwara A day after the clash, the Kapurthala police Saturday lodged FIR against the activists of both Shiv Sena and Balmiki community leaders in Phagwara, who indulged in a fight late on Friday night. SSP Kapurthala Satinder Singh led a team of district police, which was deployed at key locations in Phagwara to

2019 Suzuki Access
2019 Suzuki Access 125 Launched; Gets CBS As Standard

Priced from Rs 56,667 (ex-showroom), it costs Rs 690 more than the outgoing model Both drum and disc variants of the Suzuki Access are now available with CBS. 2019 Suzuki Access drum variant with CBS is priced at a premium of Rs 690. Apart from the safety net of CBS, the scooter remains unchanged. Gallery