20 booked, Firing in Goindwal Sahib

20 booked, Firing in Goindwal Sahib Tarn Taran: A shootout by a gang of over 20 persons late last evening in Goindwal Sahib, 25 km from here, spread panic in the area. The shopkeepers hurriedly downed their shutters and ran Read More …

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One jail Inmate killed in brawl at Amritsar jail

One jail Inmate killed in brawl at Amritsar jail Amritsar,  A jail inmate died after he was allegedly hit by a fellow prisoner at the Amritsar Central Jail this morning. The deceased has been identified as Swaran Singh (25), who Read More …

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448 Sikh pilgrims cross over to Pakistan

448 Sikh pilgrims cross over to Pakistan AMRITSAR: Nearly 448 Sikh pilgrims crossed over to Pakistan here today through special train from international Attari railway station to observe 177th death anniversary of Sikh emperor Sher-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjit Singh. According to Read More …

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India using funding law to foil dissenting charities – U.N. experts

India using funding law to foil dissenting charities – U.N. experts NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – United Nations experts on Thursday called on India to repeal a law on foreign donations to charities, accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government Read More …

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Rupee gains 8 paise against dollar in early trade

Rupee gains 8 paise against dollar in early trade Mumbai, Jun 17 (PTI) The rupee appreciated by 8 paise to 67.13 against the US dollar in early trade today on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters and bankers Read More …

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Sensex up 189 pts in early trade on lower CAD, trade gap

Sensex up 189 pts in early trade on lower CAD, trade gap Mumbai, Jun 17 (PTI) BSE Sensex staged a sharp recovery of 189 points to 26,714.26 in early trade today as fresh buying by investors led to widespread gains, Read More …

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Namibia assures supply of uranium to India

Namibia assures supply of uranium to India Windhoek, Jun 17 (PTI) Resource-rich Namibia today assured that it will look into “legal ways” through which its uranium can be supplied to India for peaceful nuclear use. Speaking at the State Banquet Read More …

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Pak not in favour of India-Afghan ties: Karzai

Pak not in favour of India-Afghan ties: Karzai Kabul, June 17 (ANI): Former Afghan president Hamid Karzaihas said Pakistan, which is not in favour of good relations between India and Afghanistan, wants “no bilateral trade and access to Central Asia Read More …

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I’m a Punjabi and I won’t let them down: Varun Dhawan

I’m a Punjabi and I won’t let them down: Varun Dhawan New Delhi: Even as the Udta Punjab controversy goes into another loop with the entire film being leaked online just two days prior to its release, there’s another film Read More …

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UK MP shot dead, EU referendum campaigns suspended

UK MP shot dead, EU referendum campaigns suspended Birstall: A British lawmaker died on Thursday after a shock daylight street attack, throwing campaigning for the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union into disarray just a week before the Read More …

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