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August 12 will appear bright at night

New Delhi: NASA confirms August 12.Almost every social site is loaded with so many news and reports now-a-days, out of which some of them used to be correct while others used to be false. Now-a-days, news on different social sites is getting viral that there will be no night on 12th August. NASA has reveal the

Emojis honoured in world celebration

It is one of several stunts planned for World Emoji Day, which celebrates the colourful symbols used in instant messages, on 17 July.London’s Royal Opera House will present 20 well-known operas and ballets in emoji form online.There are 2,666 emojis currently on the official Unicode Standard list.The Unicode consortium lays out the framework for emojis

Want glowing skin on your wedding day? Add papaya to your diet

Want glowing skin on your wedding day? Add papaya to your diet

Want glowing skin on your wedding day? Add papaya to your diet. Gone are the days when we used to say that a girl’s wedding day is all she dreams of. Today, women dream of much larger things and make much greater accomplishments. But, the wedding day is still bound to be extra special, and

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Ceasefire Violation By Pakistan On Fourth Consecutive Day

Pakistan made the ceasefire violation for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday. The Pak army fired 82-120 mm mortar in the Chingus area of ​​the Rajouri Sector adjacent to the LoC. Pak targeted seven villages. Indian Army responded to the firing of Pakistan.A thousand people have been shifted to the camp. On Saturday, there was

Thousands throng Golden Temple complex New Year's Day

Thousands throng Golden Temple complex on New Year’s Day

  Amritsar:  Thousands of devotees thronged the ‘Harmandir Sahib’, also popularly known as the Golden Temple, here on Sunday to offer prayers on the first day of the New Year. The rush of devotees started on Saturday evening with the shrine complex getting jampacked by midnight itself. With the dawn of the first day of

Parliament condoles Jayalalithaa’s death; adjourns for the day

New Delhi: Parliament today condoled the death of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa saying the country has lost a courageous and charismatic leader, before adjourning the proceedings for the day as a mark of respect for the departed soul. After paying tributes to Jayalalithaa, who was also a Rajya Sabha member from 1984-89, members

Anti-Trump protests continue for 5th day

New York: Anti-Donald Trump protests continued for the fifth day across the US opposing the Republican’s shocking victory in last week’s presidential election. In Manhattan, a group gathered on Sunday to demonstrate against the President-elect’s immigration policies, CNN reported. “The main purpose is to tell Donald Trump he can’t just deport 11 million undocumented people,”

Rajoana gets weak on 5th day of hunger strike

Patiala: Balwant Singh Rajoana, assassin of former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh, facing gallows is on indefinite hunger strike on the fifth day in the Central jail here, against delay about his fate. As he has developed weakness, after the medical check-up, he has been shifted to the Government Rajindra Hospital in a tight security

Four day popular Chhath festival ends

Patna: The four-day Chhath festival ended peacefully in Bihar on Monday morning with millions of people, mostly women, ignoring the morning chill and taking a dip in the river to offer prayers to the rising sun. Devotees, known as ‘varti’, ended their 36-hour fast by offering prayers and floating lighted earthen lamps in the river

First day’s play between Assam and Saurashtra abandoned

Kolkata: The first day’s proceedings between Assam and Saurashtra in a Ranji Trophy group B fixture was on Saturday called off because of persistent rains here. With a deep depression over Bay of Bengal, it’s been raining in the city for last two days and it was no different this morning as well. The ground

Five vehicle theft cases registered in a day

Chandigarh:As many as five cases of vehicles thefts were reported in City on Wednesday. The vehicles were stolen from different places of city. According to police, in the first case, Subhash Sharma, RSS Office a resident of Sector-18/C, Chandigarh reported that someone has stolen his bolero jeep (PB-02AZ-3700) from outside of his house. In other

Kashmir remains shut for 103rd consecutive day

Srinagar: Separatists called protest shutdown paralysed life for 103rd consecutive day in Kashmir Valley, however, authorities on Wednesday did not impose any curfew or restrictions anywhere. “No curfew or restrictions have been imposed anywhere today (Wednesday),” a senior police official said here.”Adequate deployment of security forces have been made to maintain law and order across

Now fly to Srinagar, Bangalore twice a day from Chandigarh

Chandigarh: Airport Authority of India on Tuesday issued the winter schedule of flights from Chandigarh International Airport. The new schedule finds two slots per day for Srinagar and Bangalore. Indigo airlines and Ari Asia will connect Chandigarh directly with Bengaluru twice a day and Air Asia will operate on Bengaluru-Chandigarh-Srinagar sector. Indigo flight 6E-3512, A-320

Pampore encounter enters third day

Srinagar: The operation to flush out holed up militants inside a government building in Pampore on Srinagar-Jammu National Highway today entered the third day as security forces continued to pound the multi-storey structure with mortars and rockets to bring it down. One of the three militants is believed to have been killed in the security

Pampore attack: Gunbattle enters second day

Srinagar: The operation to flush-outmilitants holed up inside a government building in Pampore area on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway entered the second day today, even as security forces launched a fresh offensive against the ultras. An army official said the area around the Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) premises has been cordoned off and exchange of

Can drinking eight glasses of water a day harm you?

Sydney: Challenging the popular notion that we should drink eight glasses of water a day for good health, researchers have found that drinking too much water can put people in danger of water intoxication. Researchers from Monash University in Victoria, Australia have found a mechanism that regulates fluid intake in the human body and stops

Kharga Corps celebrates 45th Raising Day

Chandigarh: The Kharga Corps of the Indian Army celebrated its 45th Raising Day today. To commemorate the occasion, Corps Commander Lt Gen M M Naravane paid homage at a function in Ambala to the valiant soldiers who were martyred in the service to the nation. The General Officer then inaugurated the newly-constructed Kharga Sainik Institute

Kashmir shut for 88th consecutive day

Srinagar: The Kashmir Valley remained shut for the 88th consecutive day on Tuesday and life remained paralyzed as authorities made heavy deployments of security forces here and other areas.Officials said sufficient deployments of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and state police were made here as well as all district headquarters to maintain peace. Separatists

India were 110-6 at tea on day 3 of second Test

Kolkata: India were 110-6 in their second innings at tea on the third day of the second cricket Test against New Zealand at the Edens Garden here today. Rohit Sharma (20) and Wriddhiman Saha (4) were at the crease at the break with India leading by 222 runs with four wickets remaining. Earlier, starting the

Devotees throng historic Mata Kaali Temple on first day of Navratra

Thousands of devotees on Saturday thronged the historic Mata Kali Temple here on the first day of the Sharad (Assu) Navratras. The devotees started gathering on temple’s door from Friday’s mid night and lined up to seek darshan and blessings of Goddess Kaali (Goddess Durga Shakti). The district administration has done a large number of