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Pranab Mukherjee takes last flight as President

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app:- For Android For IOS President Pranab Mukherjee took the last presidential flight of his tenure from Bengal to New Delhi on Saturday.  He has no more events lined up out of New Delhi and hence no more scheduled flights too as his tenure ends this week.It


Last meeting of MC House witnesses heated arguments

Both Mayor and Subash Chawla exchange harsh words over the issue of entry tax; Sood terms Chawla a big-time liar   Chandigarh: The last meeting of the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation in 2016, which was supposed to be a cheerful session for the new councillors and happy farewell to the outgoing Councillors, witnessed an uproar between

PSPCL recovers `8 crore in last five days

Ludhiana: Demonetization has majorly affected the common people but on another side the treasuries of government department has been filled by the defaulters with this affect. With a recent example, electricity pending bills defaulters of major industries have paid off their dues. A sum of Rs 8 crore was recovered by Punjab State Power Corporation

Obama lights diya in Oval office, celebrates last Diwali as US President

Washington: US President Barack Obama celebrated Diwali by lighting the first-ever diya in his Oval office at the White House. It was his last Diwali as US President and he hoped his successors would continue the tradition. “This year, I was honoured to kindle the first-ever diya in the Oval Office — a lamp that

Last two years were difficult, but not professionally: Katrina

New Delhi: Her last few films did not do wellat the box office, but actress Katrina Kaif says that the last two years in her life were difficult but not for professional reasons. Katrina was in a long-term relationship with actor Ranbir Kapoor, but the duo broke up earlier this year. Without elaborating on the

Dilshan departs on 42 in his last ODI

Sri Lanka (Dambulla): End of an era, as Dilshan playing his last ODI match against Australia. As he got out, there was huge cheers and handshakes, a raise of the bat to acknowledge the crowd and fluttering Sri Lankan flags to salute a great career defining brutal

Rebels capture last IS stronghold near Turkey

Damascus: The Turkey-backed Syrian rebels captured the city of Jarablus in northern Syria on Wednesday, dislodging the Islamic State (IS) from their last stronghold on the Syrian-Turkish borders, a monitor group reported. The Syrian rebels backed by Turkish tanks and special forces, as well as air cover by the US-led anti-terror coalition, stormed Jarablus, after

Blatter in last fight against FIFA ban

Geneva: Sepp Blatter will mount his final challenge against his six-year FIFA ban on Thursday, following more than a year of scandal that saw him thrown out of football in disgrace. The former FIFA boss has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) seeking to overturn a suspension imposed by world football’s governing

Won’t last on Kim’s new diet: Khloe Kardashian

Los Angeles: Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian doesn’t think she would “last a day” on her sister and reality TV star Kim Kardashian’s diet. Khloe is impressed with her sibling’s commitment to keeping healthy, but says such a diet is not meant for her, reports usmagazine.com. “We all have such different eating habits that sometimes

Get even the last drop out from shampoo bottle soon

New York:  Ever struggled with a shampoo bottle in trying to get the last drop out or the last bit of a hand wash, dish wash or laundry detergent? Worry not as researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found a way to create the perfect texture inside plastic bottles to let soap products flow out

Uncertainty over future of govt elementary school

Sivaganga: With its last and only student Priya passing out this year, uncertainty looms large over future of a government rpt government elementary school near here. The strength of the 20-year-old Sannathi Pudukulam Panchayat Elementary school has dwindled to “zero”, this year, leaving the district education officials in a dilemma. “The number of students joining