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Pets can help people with mental health condition

Pets can help people with mental health condition

Your pet is good for your mental health condition, according to a study. The researchers from the universities of Liverpool, Manchester and Southampton suggest that pets provide benefits to those with mental health conditions. There is increasing recognition of the therapeutic function pets can play in relation to mental health. However, there has been no systematic review

Teachers intensify protest in support of Ravinder Singh

Ludhiana: Fourth day of protest was staged by Meritorious teachers outside the school gate got strengthened here on Saturday when District President of Democratic Teacher Front also joined them and gave assurance to take this fight ahead together against school authorities. On Monday, all the teacher unions have decided to do a meeting at Panjabi

Have made my space without backing, support, says Aditi Rao Hydari

New Delhi: She’s clearly on a career high this year with roles in “Aur Devdas”, “Padmavati”, Mani Ratnam’s film “Kaatru Veliyidai” and in Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film “Bhoomi”. Actress Aditi Rao Hydari says she finds it gratifying to play such myriad roles as she has done it “step by step on my own”. “I feel

Indian support for Afghan development is unconditional: President Ghani

Amritsar: Appreciating India’s unconditional support for the economic development of war-ravaged Afghanistan, President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday said the expansion of the key Chabahar port between India, Iran and his country was very important for regional trade and connectivity. Ghani particularly spoke about India’s assistance in the construction of Salma dam — officially called the

Kanye West deserves support: Lady Gaga

Los Angeles:  Pop star Lady Gaga is urging herfans to show support for Kanye West following his hospitalisation earlier this week. The “Stronger” hitmaker was admitted to the University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center on Monday for a psychiatric evaluation, and is said to be receiving treatment for exhaustion and sleep deprivation. His medical

Amit Shah wants support of city people

Chandigarh : “I want to appeal to the Chandigarh that as now they have ended their 15-year sleep, they should remain awake and vote for BJP, which makes sure that the country is on the right track of progress and development,” appealed President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Amit Shah while addressing the gathering

Failure of AAP dharnas reflective of no support from farmers: Dhindsa

Chandigarh: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Tuesday said the abysmal failure of AAP dharnas in Mandis on Monday due to the complete boycott of the same by the farming community was reflective of the support it enjoyed among the peasantry. In a statement here, senior SAD leader Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa said AAP Punjab Convenor Gurpreet

‘Special cricketers’ get support from Pak players

Chandigarh: Notwithstanding the extreme posturing, war hysteria, bans on artistes and films amid plummeting Indo-Pak relations, in the post surgical strikes that followed Uri attack, players from Pakistan have come to the aid of their Indian competitors. Neglected by administration of Union Territory of Chandigarh, two physically challenged players from the city would be able to

Facebook adds Apple TV, Chromecast support to stream videos

New York: To give users even more ways to watch, Facebook has rolled out the ability to stream videos from the social network to your TV through devices like Apple TV or Google Chromecast. To watch a video from Facebook using your smartphone, press the TV symbol in the top right corner, then select the

I don’t support Pakistani artistes working here: Hema Malini

Mumbai:Veteran actress and politician Hema Malini says she does not support Pakistani artistes working in India. “I would like to say that I am 100 per cent with our jawans (soldiers), who are fighting and dying for our country and do not support Pakistan artistes working here. Jai Hind!” Hema tweeted on Wednesday. The 67-year-old

Centre needs to support border farmers at this critical juncture, says Bikram Majithia

Muktsar: Punjab Revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia on Monday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for giving a befitting reply to Pakistan and urged the centre to support border area farmers in testing times. He also lashed at Punjab Congress president Capt Amarinder Singh for politicising national security of the country through his petty statements. Presiding

Indian Army veterans support surgical attack at terrorist launch pads along LoC

Ludhiana: Following the surgical attack by Indian Army at the terrorist launch pads along the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday, the veteran Army personnel have supported the action of Indian Army. The veterans opine that patience was over and Indian Army was left with only option.   “Pakistan as part of its state policy

Indian Army veterans support surgical attack at terrorist launch pads along LoC

Ludhiana: Following the surgical attack by Indian Army at the terrorist launch pads along the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday, the veteran Army personnel have supported the action of Indian Army. The veterans opine that patience was over and Indian Army was left with only option. “No doubt every problem has a solution but this

China assures Pak of support in case of foreign ‘aggression’

Lahore: China has assured Pakistan of its support in the event of any foreign “aggression” and also supported the country’s stance on the Kashmir dispute, a media report said. Beijing conveyed the message during a meeting of its top diplomat in the provincial capital with Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, the Dawn reported. “In case

Satpal Gosain comes in support of Municipal Karamchari Dal

Ludhiana: Senior BJP leader Satpal Gosain on Thursday came in the support of the Municipal Corporation Karamchari Dal. He reached at the protest dharna and rally at Municipal Corporation Zone-A office and raised slogans against the Municipal Corporation authorities. Gosain assured the Dal workers to support them. He termed their demands as “genuine”. He said these

Cauvery issue: BJP pledges support to Pondy bandh on Sept 16 

Puducherry: The Puducherry unit of the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) today announced its support to the bandh called by several tamil outfits here, tomorrow, to condemn the violence against Tamils in Karnataka in the wake of Cauvery row.”The BJP will extend its support to the bandh being observed in the Union Territory tomorrow to condemn

Ex-Congress Leader Jagmeet Singh Brar extends support to AAP in Punjab

Mohali: Expelled Congress leader and Punjab Lokhit Abhiyan Chief Jagmeet Singh Brar today said he was not averse to fighting Assembly polls on the AAP symbol even as he heaped praise on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. “I am prepared to fight polls on the AAP symbol if asked by the party,” Brar, who was expelled

PTI teachers block road in support of their colleague

Mohali: PTI Teachers’ Union on Wednesday blocked the road at Phase III B-2 to protest against suspension of a fellow teacher. Teachers raised slogans against Education Department and as well as government. Protesting teachers alleged that Education Department suspended one of their colleague Satish Kumar without any fault and demanded immediate reinstatement of their fellow teacher.

Rebel AAP group extends support to Chhotepur

A rebel group of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) led by Manjit Singh Randhawa, who was earlier member of the Political Review Committee of AAP, said that they rejected all the candidates announced by AAP for the forthcoming assembly elections in Punjab.Talking to media persons here on Saturday, Randhawa said that they have already formed their

India can't take Aussies lightly: Tendulkar

For good results, one should support Indian athletes: Tendulkar

New Delhi:  Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar on Friday said in order to produce good results, it is important to support the Indian athletes. He said in the ongoing Rio Olympics, people should continue supporting the athletes who haven’t performed as per expectations, so that they can perform well in the future. “Some results were not