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Once again, several development projects miss deadline

Neeraj Bagga Tribune News Service Amritsar, July 6 Much to discomfort of commuters, the deadline of several development projects, whose construction is under way in the holy city, has been extended for one more time. The development was ... Chandigarh Tribune, 2 weeks ago

Defunct traffic signals irk policemen

Many stand under scorching sun to manage flow of vehicles at major instersections of the city A policeman stands at an intersection to control the traffic in Amritsar. PHOTO: RK SONI Manmeet Singh Gill Tribune News Service Amritsar, July ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 weeks ago

Mark Tully - Quick take

Sir William Mark Tully was born in Tollygunge, British India, in 1935. Son of a British businessman in India, he spent the first nine years in India before going to England for his studies. A Theology graduate from Cambridge, his initial career ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Patna's Air 5 Times Above Safe Levels, 2.5 Times Worse Than Delhi's

In 2016, the air in Bihar's capital, Patna, was classified the world's sixth-most polluted in a World Health Organisation (WHO) ranking of 3,000 cities in 103 countries. There are 10 Indian cities among 20 globally with the most polluted air. Now, ...
 Sify1 month ago Patna’s Air 5 Times Above Safe Levels, 2.5 Times Worse Than Delhi’s  Sify1 month ago

The founder of Jammu & Kashmir

Col J P Singh, Retd The rise of Dogras and formation of Jammu and Kashmir state began in a turbulent times of the history when the Sikhs under Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Marathas under Chhatrapati Shivaji and the Rajputs of Rajputana, all rebelled ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

In Punjab, drug mafia loves pipelines meant to water farms

After the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM)-led Pathankot air force station attack in January 2016, dna visited Punjab in order to explore, among other things, the drug angle to the attack. dna spoke to a number residents in villages notorious for drug ...
 DNA India1 month ago

20 small Indian cities, which make their residents proud

Some cities, despite not being metros, have an identity and charm of their own. We list 20 of them that make their residents proud! 1. Agra wikimedia.org The city known for the famous Taj Mahal, Agra is home to many cultural sites of immense ...
 MSN News US1 month ago
Millennium Post

Getting ready to take on new challenges

8 June 2016, New Delhi, Tania Ameer In an interview with Millennium Post, Union Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu talks about new initiatives, achievements, and the challenges that lie ahead. What has the Ministry of Railways achieved ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

Tony Singh's mum Kulwinder shares spicy tale with granddaughter

Chef Tony Singh's mum tells granddaughter story of family, from Partition to Enoch Powell's rivers of blood speech and beyond. IN her home in Leith, Kulwinder Singh is telling her wide-eyed granddaughter a story. It's a tale of an adventure that ...
 Edinburgh Evening News1 month ago

Govt's ambitious BRTS project hits roadblock

Executing agency awaiting Railways approval for construction over tracks near Bhandari overbridge Approval is required for constructing extension of this portion of the BRTS over railway lines to finish loop of the project around the Bhandari ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
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