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Punjab Speaker Rana K.P Singh honours NRI Surinder Nijjar

CHANDIGARH:  Even after living in foreign land for years , NRI Surinder Singh Nijjar never lagged behind in helping humanity in his country India , such a great soul N.R.I Nijjar has been honoured by Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rana K.P .  A small function in its regard was organised where P.P.C.C General Secretary Pawan Dewan was specially present.

Tales of fierce battles, humors anecdotes mark concluding day of Military Parley

CHANDIGARH: Stories of hair-raising battles, and humorous anecdotes from on and off the battle grounds, marked the second day of the Military Parley, as preparations for the Inaugural Military Literature Festival continued to pick up momentum.

Punjab CM joins British, Canadian envoys to pay homage to India soldiers

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday joined British Deputy High Commissioner in Chandigarh Andrew Ayre and Canadian Consular General Chandigarh Christopher Gibbins at a Remembrance Day event to pay homage to the soldiers who lost their lives in the line of duty.

Capt Amarinder Singh hosts veteran soldiers to commemorate their forefathers contribution to the great war

CHANDIGARH: Memories flowed and a bygone era was nostalgically revived as around two dozen retired Indian and foreign Army officials came together to enjoy the hospitality of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh here on Friday evening to commemorate the Great War of 1914-1919.

Madhuri Dixit visits Taj Mahal with family
AGRA: Madhuri Dixit-Nene visited Taj Mahal with her family. The actress says her "love affair with India goes on". Madhuri took to Twitter on Saturday to share a photograph in which the couple along with their two sons Arin and Rayaan, and other members of the family can be seen posing in front of the 17th century marble mausoleum.
Taj Mahal a blot on Indian culture: BJP MLA

Noida, Oct 16- BJP leader Sangeet Som has triggered controversy by saying the Taj Mahal is a "blot" on Indian culture and misquoted history by saying that Shah Jahan, builder of the 17th century marble mausoleum, had jailed his father and wanted to wipe out Hindus from the country.

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