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Burning of schools akin to ‘digging own grave’: BJP

Jammu: The BJP today said that the peopleresponsible for burning of schools in Kashmir were “digging their own graves”, as the arson in the centres of learning amounts to cutting roots of human civilisation. “Burning schools as part of ongoing protest in the Valley has startled human souls. It tantamount to digging own grave”, BJP

Now an app to read the language you want in your own tongue

New Delhi: You understand Punjabi perfectly well, but cannot read Gurmukhi, or are fluent in Bengali but cannot read Bangla, and ditto for English. Well, despair not. An app is here to help you read your preferred text, transliterated in the language of your choice. The readmylanguage.com app is designed to overcome such reading problems,

Trying to hold one’s own among young disturbing: Big B

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has extended his support for the Global Citizen movement in India, says it was “a bit disturbing” for him to be part of the campaign with young stars like Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Farhan Akhtar. The movement was formally announced on Monday here with Indian celebrities joining their

AAP leaders to sue its own MLAs for defamatory remarks

New Delhi: The AAP today rubbished theallegations of “exploitation of women” by a few party men in return for tickets levelled by its own MLA Devinder Sehrawat and said the leaders against whom the lawmaker has made the accusations will sue him over his remarks. Launching a scathing attack on Sehrawat, party’s Punjab in-charge Sanjay

Congress MLAs' status Punjab assembly 'unclear'

Mind your own business, Congress legislators tell Navjot Kaur Sidhu

Amritsar: Senior Congress leaders and legislators have asked the estranged BJP legislator Dr Navjot Kaur Sidhu to better mind her own business than trying to meddle in the affairs of other parties. “Before pontificating and pointing fingers at others, you better prick your own conscience to realise whether it is fair on your part to condemn

Sukhbir must own up failure of investigative agencies, quit: Channi

Welcoming the handing over of the investigation in the case of murderous assault on Brigadier Jagdish Gagneja, second-in-command of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh in Jalandhar to the CBI, the Leader of the Opposition in Punjab and the Congress Legislature Party chief Charanjit Singh Channi on Thursday said it betrayed the utter failure of the state

Woman killed, Two injured in Robbery incident

Ludhiana: Women was murdered at her own house in Hargobind nagar near Gurudwara Neela Jhanda by unidentified person on Monday night. The husband and son of the victim were also injured. The senior police officials reached the spot and initiated investigation,in which police is suspecting loot behind the incident but also probing the case from

Narsingh was defeated by his own: IOA

Rio de Janeiro:  Dejected by the four-yearban imposed on Narsingh Yadav by CAS, the Indian Olympic Association has said that the embattled wrestler has been “defeated by compatriots” rather than opponents. Narsingh’s fortunes took a turn for the worse when he was ousted from the Olympics and slapped with a four-year ban for flunking a

Every actor has own definition of bold: Urvashi Rautela

Mumbai: Actress Urvashi Rautela, who will be seen in adult comedy “Great Grand Masti” says it was very challenging to play a virgin ghost in the film. “It was very challenging to play a virgin ghost. I really enjoyed working on this character as it’s a very complicated character. This is one role that sets

Foreign airlines can never fully own local carrier: Choubey

New Delhi: Relaxed FDI norms will ensureincreased competition in the “huge” domestic aviation sector but foreign airlines will never be allowed to fully own a domestic carrier, a top government official said today. In a significant reform measure aimed at bolstering the country’s high growth potential civil aviation sector, the government has allowed foreign entities,