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Monsoon brings relief but it also brings threat of infections

Ludhiana: Monsoon is the time period for which everyone is eagerly waiting for but after its showers the chances of dengue increase. So as to stay protected from dengue one needs to follow the rules. Monsoon has an old bond with a number of diseases and dengue is one of them. The season’s climate, with

Unabated mining poses threat to the bridge

Anandpur Sahib: The large-scale of illegal mining in the sub-division is going on unabated; however, every now and then the administration speaks of taking strict action against those who are in the business of illegal mining. Now the bridge situated near Sangatpur village that connects Anandpur Sahib with the entire Doaba region is facing a

India is biggest threat to Pakistan: Bajwa

Islamabad: India poses the “biggest threat”to Pakistan which has forced the country to make its defence mechanism ‘India-specific’, a top Pakistan army official has said. Pakistan Army spokesperson Asim Bajwa said that efforts are going on to engage India. However, the long-standing issue of Kashmir is the cause of tensions between the two nations, he

‘Surviving’under Chinese threat

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal’s announcement to establish the world’s biggest Cycle Valley in Ludhiana does not seem to have enthused many in the industry. A section of cycle industry players has welcome the move, but those operating at a micro and small scale feel that there is an urgent need to save


Swaraj Party, an obvious threat to AAP

After carrying the flags of Swaraj Abhiyan for months, the splinter group of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), who had repositioned themselves under the banner of ‘Swaraj Lehar,’ on Sunday floated a new regional political party by the name of Swaraj Party or SP. The arrival of this new party will undoubtedly create a stir in

Dangled wires threat to residents

Ludhiana: Dangled electricity wires from transformer poles at Dugri, Phase 2 are posing threat to the lives of the commuters and residents. Residents claimed that some of the poles are in a deplorable condition. Residents of Phase 2 Dugri claimed that authorities are least interested to look after the dangling wires as they can be

IPL: Punjab coach Bangar denies any threat from co-owner Preity Zinta

New Delhi: Kings XI Punjab coach Sanjay Bangar reacted strongly to a media report which claimed that the team’s co-owner Preity Zinta threatened to sack him after the one-run loss to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in an Indian Premier League game on Monday, and termed it as “fabricated”. Barely an hour after Preity lashed out

Security for Kanhaiya, Umar beefed up following threats

New Delhi: Delhi police has beefed up the security of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar and Umar Khalid following the recovery of a letter threatening to behead the two and a gun in a bus operating between an ISBT and the varsity’s campus. The university students who have been agitating ever since they were arrested in a