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An Arab Spring version of Aladdin?

Title: A Whole New World – A Twisted Tale; Author: Liz Braswell; Publisher: Paragon Publishing; Pages: 384; Price: Rs 395 A youth in “China” (actually medieval Middle East) is convinced by a magician, claiming to be a long-lost uncle, to bring out a lamp from an underground cavern, but is left trapped when he refused

Royal Roadez- A cycling club on an adventure ride

Ludhiana: Royal Roadez is a cycling group, with full of enthusiasts having a sole aim to encourage cycling as a hobby and means of healthy lifestyle. Their motto ‘Ride with Passion’ is to inculcate the habit of riding cycle for individual fitness and entertainment, at the same time encouraging others to adopt environment friendly means

Hepatitis-C free Punjab- an initiative of Fortis Hospital

Ludhiana: On the occasion of World Hepatitis Day, Fortis Hospital has pledged to make Punjab free from Hepatitis C and organised a 3 days Hepatitis Awareness Programme under the supervision of Vivan Gill, Facility Director, Fortis Hospital Ludhiana. According to Dr. Nitin Shanker Behl, Senior Consultant and Head, Gastroenterology and Hepatology Department, the reported prevalence

All leads have turned out to be bad: Parrikar on missing AN-32

New Delhi: The search and rescue operation for the missing AN 32 aircraft entered its fifth day even as hopes of finding alive the 29 defence personnel on board receded as all leads till now have turned out to be bad. “A lot of resources are in place. All leads till now have turned out

Missing aircraft:No debris or survivors found till now,says CG

Chennai: As the intensive search for themissing IAF’s AN-32 transport plane with 29 people onboard entered the fourth day today, a top Coast Guard official said no debris or survivors have been located yet. “As of now no debris or survivors have been found… 13 Naval vessels, 2 Coast Guard ships besides assets from Andaman

AN-32 search still on, ISRO satellite imagery sought

Chennai/New Delhi: The Indian Navy, which has pressed a flotilla of vessels, including a submarine, to locate a missing an Indian Air Force transport aircraft, on Sunday said it has sought the satellite imagery of the area from ISRO. Until Sunday, there was no trace of any debris or signal from the AN-32 transporter which

Terrorists warn of Heathrow attack on Twitter

London: Terrorists that claim to support the Ilamic State (IS) have used Twitter to threaten an attack on London’s Heathrow airport, a media report said on Saturday. An alert from the SITE Intelligence Group yesterday warned that a “pro-Islamic State” account had issued threats against aircraft “flying from Heathrow to the US” this weekend, which coincides