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Pakistan foundation appeals to rename 'Shadman Chowk' after 'Bhagat Singh'

Pakistan foundation appeals to rename ‘Shadman Chowk’ after ‘Bhagat Singh’

Ferozepur – Bhagat Singh Memorial Foundation in Pakistan led by Imtiaz Rashid Qureshi, Advocate Chairman of the Foundation along with senior member Sayeed Shamshad Hussain, on Wednesday submitted a memorandum to Lord Mayor and Deputy Commissioner, Lahore, with a request to rename Shadman Chowk as Bhagat Singh Chowk and installation of his statue. The foundation

Vijay Mallya gets bail

Vijay Mallya gets bail until April 2

Vijay Mallya gets bail. The Westminster magistrates’ court in London on Thursday extended the bail of liquor baron Vijay Mallya to April 2 in connection with his extradition case. Judge Emma Arbuthnot has extended Mallya’s £650,000 bail as it raised concern over the reliability of evidence provided by India in connection with the case.While arguing in the matter, Mallya’s defence

New Rs 10 notes in chocolate brown colour coming soon

New Rs 10 notes in chocolate brown colour coming soon

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank will Soon bring into circulation new Rs 10 denomination banknotes in chocolate brown color, which will have India’s cultural heritage Konark Sun Temple as a motif on the reverse side. The Central bank will shortly issue Rs 10 denomination banknotes in the Mahatma Gandhi (new) series, bearing signature of Urjit R

RBI to launch new Rs 10 notes, printing starts

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will launch new rs 10 notes very soon. As per reports, RBI has already printed around one billion pieces of the new Rs 10 note. The new note is said to be chocolate brown in color, and will have a picture of the Konark Sun Temple at the back. It

Bihar: Ancient Mauryan technology brings water in Maghad

Bihar: Ancient Mauryan technology brings water in Maghad

Hark back into history, and there are a lot of lessons to take away. One enterprising person in the Magadh region, which comprises of 10 districts in south-central Bihar, found a way to lessen the acute water crisis afflicting the region by adopting irrigation and water conservation system dating back to the Mauryan empire which

Pulwama attack: Militants used armour piercing bullets

Pulwama attack: Militants used armour piercing bullets

The indian security get shocked in Jammu and Kashmir, when the three militants who carried out Fidayeen attack in Lethpora on December 31 had used bullets that pierced the body armour of the troopers. This is for the first time that such bullets have been used in any militant attack across India. The three Jaish-e-Mohammed Fedayeen members

Lalu says It’s too cold in jail; judge asks him to ‘play tabla’

Even in the midst of proceedings to decide the quantum of sentence in a fodder scam involving RJD chief Lalu Prasad, the leader did not miss to crack a funny joke when he told the judge that “it was very cold in jail” to which the judge replied play ‘tabla’.A special court earlier deferred the

BSF jawan attains martyrdom on his birthday at Samba border

BSF jawan attains martyrdom on his birthday at Samba border

BSF jawan attains martyrdom on his birthday at Samba border. Pakistan sniper killed BSF jawan on his birthday at Samba border. An Unprovoked firing happen on the border of Jammu and Kashmir between the BSF Jawans and Pakistani sniper on Wednesday. In which Border Security Force jawan Hazra’s attained martyrdom on his birthday as source said. The 51-year-old jawan

Modi, Putin vow to strengthen Indo-Russia strategic ties

Modi, Putin vow to strengthen Indo-Russia strategic ties

Modi, Putin vow to strengthen Indo-Russia strategic ties New Delhi – Prime Minister Narendra Modi today discussed the intensification of Indo-Russia ties with President Vladimir Putin, as the two sides agreed to strengthen the bilateral special and privileged partnership. Modi, during a telephonic conversation, greeted the Russian leader on the occasion of the New Year, a release

Indian-origin student shot dead by armed robbers in Chicago

Indian-origin student shot dead by armed robbers in Chicago

Indian-origin student shot dead by armed robbers in Chicago WASHINGTON: An Indian origin student was shot dead during an attempted armed robbery in the US, becoming one of the latest victims of gun violence in the country. Another Indian was injured in the attack. Arshad Vhora, 19, was shot dead on Thursday at the Clark

Centre takes back LPG price hike order after "contrary' signal

Centre takes back LPG price hike order after “contrary’ signal

Centre takes back LPG price hike order after “contrary’ signal NEW DELHI: The Central government has withdrawn its decision to raise LPG prices by Rs 4 per cylinder every month as the move was seen contrary to its Ujjwala scheme of providing free cooking gas connections to the poor. The government had previously ordered public

India plays gas diplomacy to send a message to Iran

India plays gas diplomacy to send a message to Iran

India plays gas diplomacy to send a message to Iran. NEW DELHI: Indian company of oil and gas  ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL) appears in favor Israeli to give the message to Iran. ONGC Videsh Ltd started the work in the Israel, because of not finalising the deal with Iran on the Farzad-B gas field discovered

India set to 'leapfrog' France, UK to be 5th largest economy

India set to ‘leapfrog’ France, UK to be 5th largest economy

India will ‘leapfrog Britain and France to become the world’s fifth largest economy in 2018, ahead of an oncoming major global economic shift towards Asia, according to a British research organisation. The World Economic League Table (WELT) 2018 released on Monday by Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) said that in dollar terms India

Dear Govt, here’s a list of (Not Condom) ads that were quite ‘Inappropriate’ for Children

It seems that our government believes that India, the second most populated country in the world, needs no sex education. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has announced that it won’t let you watch condom ads on television during ‘prime time’ because the children will get exposed to the “indecent and inappropriate” content. Yes. We

Zaira molestation case: Vistara submits response to DGCA

Zaira molestation case: Vistara submits response to DGCA

Zaira molestation case: Vistara submits response to DGCA Mumbai – Vistara has submitted its response to aviation regulator DGCA’s show-cause notice seeking explanation on why the airline did not file a police complaint in the alleged molestation case involving a Bollywood actress, who is a minor, a source said today. The actress was allegedly molested by a

2G scam: A Raja, Kanimozhi, 16 other walk free

2G scam: A Raja, Kanimozhi, 16 other walk free

2G scam: A Raja, Kanimozhi, 16 other walk free NEW DELHI: A CBI Special Court on Thursday acquitted former Union Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK leader Kanimozhi and 16 other accused in the 2C scam case, Saying the prosecution miserably failed to prove the charges against them. Special Judge OP Saini also acquitted all three

8 DSPs transfers to Delhi from Chandigarh

8 DSPs transfers to Delhi from Chandigarh

8 DSPs transfers to Delhi from Chandigarh New Delhi – Central government shifts the eight DSPs to Delhi. DSPs transferred from Chandigarh to govt of NCT, Delhi. Transferes made with the immediate effect. The below are the posted officials in Chandigarh, which are going to transfers to Delhi with immediate

Gaganjeet Bhullar best Indian at 8th place in Jakarta

Gaganjeet Bhullar best Indian at 8th place in Jakarta

JAKARTA: Gaganjeet Bhullar was the best placed Indian at the Indonesian Masters on Thursday as he fired a bogey-free five-under 67 to position himself inside top-10 at the end of the first round here. Also carding a flawless round of 68 was S Chikkarangappa (68) but he was placed at tied-14th. Bhullar, winner of seven Asian Tour titles, is however

Modi's plan to buy world's emptiest airport in Sri Lanka

Modi’s plan to buy world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka

Modi’s planning to buy world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka. India plans to buy the world’s emptiest airport in an effort to limit China’s influence in the Indian Ocean. Designed to accommodate one million passengers per year, Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport – a vanity project by Sri Lanka’s former President Mahinda Rajapaksa that opened in 2013

Hindu groups plan rally to support Shambu, internet service suspended

Hindu groups plan rally to support Shambu, internet service suspended

Hindu groups plan rally to support Shambu, internet service suspended. UDAIPUR: Tension seems to be brewing as several self-proclaimed Hindu organizations are gearing up to extend support to Rajsamand hate killer Shambulal Raigar and his family. Help, both financially and morally, has started pouring in for the family. Members of one such organization have announced to hold

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