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Navjot Sidhu Invites Gurpreet Ghuggi To Join Congress

Cabinet Minister Punjab Navjot Singh Sidhu on Saturday gave a statement that, ‘If a honest man like Gurpreet Ghuggi Wants to join the congress, then he will be most welcomed for this.’Navjot Singh Sidhu attended the programme in Batala held by Punjab Art Council, in the memory of  Shiv Kumar Batalvi. Mr. Sidhu Also announced

Modi invites Trump to visit India

  New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said he had a “warm” telephonic conversation with new US President Donald Trump and invited him to India for an official visit. Hours after the Prime Minister spoke to Trump late Tuesday night, Modi in a series of tweets said they agreed to work closely to

Russia invites India to join fast-neutron reactor project

Mumbai: Russia has invited India to join in developing next-generation nuclear reactors and to participate in its fast-reactor research project, an official of Rosatom, the country’s state atomic energy corporation, has said. The multipurpose fast research reactor project, known by the Russian acronym MBIR, is coming up as the International Research Center in Dimitrovgrad located

CBSE invites applications for national talent search exam

Chandigarh: The Central School of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked all the school heads affiliated to CBSE to send their application for the upcoming Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) a national talent search examination. The national talent search examination will be conducted in collaboration with Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan, a not for profit organization led by eminent scientists,

Bolt invites favela kids to Rio base

Rio de Janeiro: Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt took time off his Olympic training schedule to invite a group of underprivileged children to his team’s Rio training base. The visit only became public when Bolt posted a photo on Facebook on Tuesday in which he and dozens of children struck the sprinter’s trademark lightning bolt

Haryana Jat stir probe panel invites complaints till July 31

Gurgaon: The two-member commission set up by the Haryana government to inquire into the violence during Jat reservation stir in the state in February has extended till July 31 the time for accepting complaints, an official said on Thursday. Up to July 12, the commission had not received even a single complaint, the commission’s secretary

Modi invites people to take quiz on government programmes

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday invited people to take part in an online quiz on the initiatives his government has taken during the last two years. “An interesting governance quizÂ… Let’s see how many you get it right. quiz.mygov.in,” Modi tweeted. The web-link “https://quiz.mygov.in/” provided in his tweet opens a site that

Govt invites bids from merchant bankers for stake sale in NMDC

New Delhi: Government on Friday invited bids from merchant bankers interested in assisting it in the sale of 10 per cent stake in blue-chip NMDC which could fetch about Rs 3,900 crore to the exchequer. It will select four merchant bankers for managing the stake sale in India’s largest iron ore producer NMDC. As per