Recover Rs 223.75 cr from 7 private sugar mills: Punjab

  The Punjab Government today chose to recuperate Rs 223.75 crore from seven private sugar factories, a large portion of them possessed by lawmakers. This recuperation is to be made as …

Spreading fake information related to COVID-19: Patiala police books rumour monger

  Communicating its solidarity with forefront COVID-19 warriors dynamic to contain the pandemic in Patiala, Patiala police have enrolled a FIR against a web based life gossip monger for spreading counterfeit …

Hiring 798 domain experts in Punjab Police: Cabinet nod

The Punjab Police will enlist upwards of 798 regular citizens as space specialists in IT/advanced, legitimate legal sciences and fund to give a bleeding edge to its examinations. Posts for sportspersons …

Sell maize below MSP in Punjab: No help, growers forced

  The state government has been effectively advancing maize development as a feature of its yield expansion plans. Be that as it may, its own organizations have neglected to act the …

Behind J&K, Punjab; Chandigarh, CBSE Class X results

  The city remains at the subsequent last spot in the district as far as pass rate in the CBSE Class X results, which is a reason for stress for nearby …

React to govt’s decision to ban Chinese apps: TikTokers

  New Delhi: Soon after the Indian government prohibited 59 Chinese applications, including Chinese short-video making application TikTok over national security concerns, netizens via web-based networking media stages hailed the administration’s choice. …

Controversial Hong Kong national security law: China gives green light

  Hong Kong: China has affirmed an argumentative law that would permit specialists to take action against incendiary and secessionist action in Hong Kong, starting feelings of dread that it is utilized …

Make in India but buys from China, BJP : Rahul Gandhi

  New Delhi: Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi Tuesday went after the BJP over the rising imports from China and said the decision party says ‘Make in India’, however purchases from China. “Realities …

Washed ashore on West Bengal’s beach: Carcass of giant whale

  Bhubaneswar: The corpse of a 35-feet-in length mammoth whale, an imperiled species, washed aground at Mandarmani in East Midnapore region of West Bengal, Monday. Sources said that nearby anglers found the …

18,522 new cases, total tally tops 5.6 lakh: India

  New Delhi: With 18,522 people testing constructive for COVID-19 out of a solitary day, India’s case tally arrived at 5,66,840 Tuesday while the loss of life rose to 16,893 with 418 new fatalities, as …

First reaction after ban by Modi government: Tik Tok issues

Mumbai: Within long periods of being restricted by the Indian Government refering to information security issues alongside 58 other Chinese applications, TikTok India Tuesday has given an announcement. Nikhil Gandhi, Head of …

Creates border dispute with Bhutan: China

  New Delhi: Continuing with its expansionist plan, China has now made another outskirt question with Bhutan, one of India’s conventional partner. At a virtual gathering of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) …

Around Mumbai’s Taj Hotel amid terror threat from Pakistan: Security tightened

  Mumbai: Security has been fixed around the renowned Hotel Taj Mahal Palace close to Gateway of India after a danger to explode it, official sources said here Tuesday. A danger call …

‘Can’t breathe,take me home or admit me in hospital’: Bengaluru man Last words

  BENGALURU: “I can’t take this any longer. If it’s not too much trouble take me home or concede me in a clinic. I can’t relax.” These were the final expressions of …

Draws ire of Pakistani dissidents for calling Osama bin Laden ‘martyr’: PM Imran Khan

  Washington: A gathering of Pakistani nonconformists have communicated alarm over Prime Minister Imran Khan calling killed al-Qaeda boss and 9/11 driving force Osama container Laden a ‘saint’, saying this could be …