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Traffic violators can pay penalty through swipe machines

Chandigarh: Aiming to provide hassle free services to pay challans after demonization, Chandigarh Police will soon set up debit and credit card swipe machines to pay the fine at Sector 29, Traffic Police headquarter. The concept of Chandigarh Police to introduce e-payment system for traffic violatiors will enable offenders to pay fine with plastic money

Celebrities also go through depression: Raveena Tandon

Mumbai: Every human being goes through a phase where he feels low and celebrities “too experience the same pain in their life”, says actress Raveena Tandon. Speaking at the launch here on Thursday of the book “Death is not the answer”, written by psychiatrist Anjali Chabria, the actress said: “As celebrities, we should be as

Now inform police of illegal activities through Whatsapp

Ludhiana: Seeking the information from residents regarding flesh trade rackets, drug peddlers, activities of liquor smugglers or any other useful information, the city police have launched Whatsapp number. The Police have appealed the residents to lodge complaint on Whatsapp number 7837018600. The number will be directly operated by Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Dhruman Nimbale.

GGI holds seminar on value creation through entrepreneurship

Ludhiana: Gulzar Group of Institutes Khanna, Ludhiana in association with LMA organised seminar on Value Creation through Entrepreneurship. Ami Verma, Co-Founder, Techies India Incorporation, and Ludhiana were key note speaker at the moment. In the inaugural session, Gurkirat Singh, Executive Director, GGI welcomed delegates from various educational institutions. More than 200 students from various management institutes

TEFES programme inaugurated through EDUSAT

Mohali: Education Minister Dr Daljeet Singh Cheema and Director General School Education, Pradeep Kumar Aggarwal inaugurated TEFES programme through EDUSAT on Tuesday in the presence of other senior education officials such as Chairperson, Punjab School Education Board, Director SCERT, Additional State Project Director – SSA, Deputy State Projector Director RMSA, PICTES, Director Digital Equaliser Programme,

Zika virus may live in eyes, spread through tears

Washington: Eyes may be a reservoir for Zikavirus, say scientists, including one of Indian origin, who found evidence of the virus in eyes and tears of infected mice, a discovery that raises the possibility that the infection may spread through tears. Zika virus causes mild disease in most adults but can cause brain damage and

PM trying to reverse AAP govt decisions through LG: Kejriwal

New Delhi:  Launching a fresh attack on the LG and the Centre, Arvind Kejriwal today charged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to reverse numerous decisions of the AAP government through Najeeb Jung and remove DCW chief Swati Maliwal who, he claimed, will be “arrested” soon. Kejriwal’s outburst on microblogging site Twitter came a day

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Kejriwal browbeating Punjabis through malicious telecalls: SAD

Chandigarh: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today castigated the bullying and pressurising tactics being employed by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to browbeat the people of Punjab into supporting it in the 2017 assembly elections. In a statement here, senior SAD leader Daljit Singh Cheema said the coercive methods

Hope no film goes through it: ‘Udta Punjab’ director on censors

New Delhi: Director Abhishek Chaubey says there is an immense sense of relief to see his film “Udta Punjab” in theatres on time and intact, something which looked impossible while they were at loggerheads with the censor board. Chaubey, who wanted to make an anti-drug movie, said the CBFC’s version of his film was so

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Vikas through to quarters, closes in on Olympic berth

Baku (Azerbaijan): Former Asian Gamesgold-medallist Vikas Krishan (75kg) became the third Indian boxer to enter the quarters of the World Olympic Qualifying Tournament here and be just one win away from booking a berth in the Rio Games this August. Seeded second in his draw, Vikas out-witted Georgia’s Kvachatadze Zaal 3-0 late last night to