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Rayat Bahra starts new age programs Rayat Bahra starts new age programs MOHALI: The Rayat Bahra University has carved an enviable niche for itself in the world of education has introduced a number of new programs in collaboration with top multinational companies to increase the employment potential of the students.
Indian arrested with drugs in Nepal Indian arrested with drugs in Nepal KATHMANDU : An Indian truck driver has been arrested in Nepal with 213 kg of hashish and 2.
Couple harassed in Kolkata train, woman taunted for wearing jeans Couple harassed in Kolkata train, woman taunted for wearing jeans KOLKATA: A young woman, travelling in a suburban train in Kolkata along with her friend, was harassed by fellow passengers who threatened and intimidated her and pulled her up for her dress.
Jaitley compares Indira Gandhi to Hitler Jaitley compares Indira Gandhi to Hitler NEW DELHI: Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday compared former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, who imposed Emergency, to Hitler, stating that both used the Constitution "to transform democracy into dictatorship".
PCB summons Umar Akmal over fixing approach claim PCB summons Umar Akmal over fixing approach claim LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) has summoned Umar Akmal on Wednesday after the batsman claimed in a TV interview that he was approached to fix matches, especially the contest against arch-rivals India in the 2015 ICC World Cup.
Farmers, families end lives - Is this 'Achhe Din'?" Sena asks Modi Farmers, families end lives - Is this 'Achhe Din'?" Sena asks Modi MUMBAI: Referring to suicides in Maharashtra by farmers and others, the Shiv Sena on Monday pointedly asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi: "Is this your promised 'Achhe Din'?" Blaming the BJP-led governments at the centre and in Maharashtra, the Sena said that all these people took the extreme step of ending their lives due to poverty, lack of resources to survive and financial burdens resulting from the government's economic policies.
Punjab's roadways staff on strike, passengers affected Punjab's roadways staff on strike, passengers affected CHANDIGARH : Hundreds of contractual employees of state-run roadways corporation went on strike in Punjab on Monday demanding higher pay scales and regularization of services.
Army officer dies in car accident Army officer dies in car accident LUCKNOW: An Army officer was burnt to death on Monday when he got trapped in his car which caught fire on the Agra-Lucknow Expressway, police said.
 

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UAE Introduces 10-Year Residence Visa for Investors,Specialists and Top Students UAE Introduces 10-Year Residence Visa for Investors,Specialists and Top Students For the first time in history, UAE grants 100% ownership for investors along with the 10-year residence for business investors, specialists, plus exceptional students.
Pakistan to launch observatory satellite Pakistan to launch observatory satellite ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is set to launch the indigenously developed PakTES-1A observatory satellite in July, the Foreign Ministry announced.
4 die in junk shop blast in UP 4 die in junk shop blast in UP LUCKNOW: Four persons were killed and three injured in an explosion on Monday in a junk shop in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district, police said.
Rayat Bahra starts new age programs Rayat Bahra starts new age programs MOHALI: The Rayat Bahra University has carved an enviable niche for itself in the world of education has introduced a number of new programs in collaboration with top multinational companies to increase the employment potential of the students.
Indian arrested with drugs in Nepal Indian arrested with drugs in Nepal KATHMANDU : An Indian truck driver has been arrested in Nepal with 213 kg of hashish and 2.
AIIB to invest $100 mn for India's development projects AIIB to invest $100 mn for India's development projects MUMBAI: The Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) announced on Monday an equity investment of $100 million in India's National Investment & Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) to help various development projects in this country.
Couple harassed in Kolkata train, woman taunted for wearing jeans Couple harassed in Kolkata train, woman taunted for wearing jeans KOLKATA: A young woman, travelling in a suburban train in Kolkata along with her friend, was harassed by fellow passengers who threatened and intimidated her and pulled her up for her dress.
Nawazuddin dedicates his IIFA Award to Sridevi Nawazuddin dedicates his IIFA Award to Sridevi BANGKOK: Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has dedicated his Best Supporting Actor honour, which he won at the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards here, to his "Mom" co-star Sridevi, who was posthumously awarded the Best Actor in a Leading Role Female title.
Jaitley compares Indira Gandhi to Hitler Jaitley compares Indira Gandhi to Hitler NEW DELHI: Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday compared former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, who imposed Emergency, to Hitler, stating that both used the Constitution "to transform democracy into dictatorship".
Man killed as Fortuner SUV overturns GURUGRAM: A 30 year-old man was killed and his 28-year-old cousin got critically injured as a speeding Fortuner SUV they were travelling in overturned multiple times near Rajiv Chowk here on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway, police said on Monday.
Delhi starts flood control room Delhi starts flood control room NEW DELHI: Ahead of the monsoon season, the Flood Control Department of the Delhi government has started a round the clock control room to deal and mitigate any problem related to heavy rains and floods.
PCB summons Umar Akmal over fixing approach claim PCB summons Umar Akmal over fixing approach claim LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) has summoned Umar Akmal on Wednesday after the batsman claimed in a TV interview that he was approached to fix matches, especially the contest against arch-rivals India in the 2015 ICC World Cup.
Man stabbed to death in Delhi function Man stabbed to death in Delhi function NEW DELHI: A 28-year-old man was stabbed to death at a family function here, police said on Monday.
Farmers, families end lives - Is this 'Achhe Din'?" Sena asks Modi Farmers, families end lives - Is this 'Achhe Din'?" Sena asks Modi MUMBAI: Referring to suicides in Maharashtra by farmers and others, the Shiv Sena on Monday pointedly asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi: "Is this your promised 'Achhe Din'?" Blaming the BJP-led governments at the centre and in Maharashtra, the Sena said that all these people took the extreme step of ending their lives due to poverty, lack of resources to survive and financial burdens resulting from the government's economic policies.
Use plastic with responsibility: Parrikar Use plastic with responsibility: Parrikar PANAJI: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday asked the people to be responsible with the use of plastic.
Swara, Vishal Dadlani defend Sushma against trolls Swara, Vishal Dadlani defend Sushma against trolls MUMBAI: Bollywood celebrities Swara Bhaskar and Vishal Dadlani have spoken out for External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who has faced trolls over a row involving the issue of passports to an inter-faith couple in Uttar Pradesh.
Delhi HC stays cutting of trees till July 4 Delhi HC stays cutting of trees till July 4 NEW DELHI: In a relief to residents, the Delhi High Court on Monday asked authorities not to axe till July 4 the 16,500 trees sanctioned by the Centre for the redevelopment of six south Delhi colonies.
Moonshine kills four in Bihar Moonshine kills four in Bihar PATNA: Four people died after consuming spurious liquor in Bihar's Begusarai district, police said on Monday.
Transgender woman kicked out of US restaurant over bathroom use Transgender woman kicked out of US restaurant over bathroom use WASHINGTON: A transgender woman was kicked out of a restaurant here after she refused to show her ID confirming she was a female in order to use the facility's women bathroom.
Engineer Rashid detained during protest in Srinagar Engineer Rashid detained during protest in Srinagar SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Independent MLA Engineer Rashid was detained here on Monday when he took out a protest march to the Secretariat against civilian killings and threats to Kashmiri journalists.
Monsoon session of Parliament from July 18 to August 10 Monsoon session of Parliament from July 18 to August 10 NEW DELHI: The monsoon session of Parliament will be held from July 18 to August 10, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said here on Monday.
Punjab's roadways staff on strike, passengers affected Punjab's roadways staff on strike, passengers affected CHANDIGARH : Hundreds of contractual employees of state-run roadways corporation went on strike in Punjab on Monday demanding higher pay scales and regularization of services.
Army officer dies in car accident Army officer dies in car accident LUCKNOW: An Army officer was burnt to death on Monday when he got trapped in his car which caught fire on the Agra-Lucknow Expressway, police said.
Amit Shah slams Assam's social media team Amit Shah slams Assam's social media team GUWAHATI: BJP President Amit Shah has slammed the party's social media team in Assam for not being aggressive ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, a party leader said on Monday.

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Capt Amarinder Singh expressing inability to act against Bikram Majithia exposes SAD-Congress nexus Capt Amarinder Singh expressing inability to act against Bikram Majithia exposes SAD-Congress nexus CHANDIGARH: The statement by Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh showing his inability to act agaisnt former SAD minister Bikram Singh Majithia for his alleged involvement in drug racket has led to political storm in the state and also dismayed the Congress Ministers and MLA's demanding to put Majithia in Jail.
RSS factor triggers war of atrition between BJP and SAD Would SAD break its alliance with BJP after Akal Takht edict against RSS-the mentor of BJP ? RSS move to celebrate Guru Gobind Singh anniversary triggers major controversy and Sikh protests

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