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Setting aside merit, PTU gives extension to Giani Zail Singh c...

A sudden decision to extend the tenure of the Giani Zail Singh Punjab Technical University campus director has dashed hopes of many eligible candidates who were expecting to be appointed on the basis of merit. Punjab Technical University had ... Hindustan Times, 1 week ago

Maluka backed PSEB secy despite adverse report on his MTech degree

CHANDIGARH: Before shifting to rural panchayats department, then Punjab education minister Sikander Singh Maluka, in his May 22 letter, had backed PSEB secretary Gurinderpal Singh Bath despite the findings of principal secretary (education) Anjali ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Daily Messenger

Remembering Birthday Of Dara: Wrestler And Film Actor, Producer, Director, Writer And Politician

was an Indian wrestler-turned-actor. He started acting in 1952 and was the first sportsman to be nominated to the Rajya Sabha (upper house) of India. He worked as Hindi and Punjabi film producer, director and writer, and he acted on film and ...
 Daily Messenger3 days ago

8 Nobel laureates to grace Science Congress in Mumbai

Lucknow: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Swachh Bharat' campaign will be the highlight of the 102nd All India Science Congress (AISC) to be held at Mumbai University from January 3-7. The four-day convention will focus on 'Clean India Mission' and ...
 Times of India5 days ago
Indo-Canadian Voice

RATTANS RUMBLE: The Sikh massacre of 1984

THE massacre of Sikhs in Delhi following Indira Gandhi's assassination is indeed one of the most shameful chapters in modern Indian history. The worst part of the whole affair was the silence of the Indian media in New Delhi spineless editors ...
 Indo-Canadian Voice3 weeks ago

LUTYENS SYNDROME

It's one of the best addresses in Delhiā€”and one of the poshest and the classiest as well in its imperial elegance. Some occupants find it too good to vacate. We find out why This isn't a city. This is fantasia. Deep verandahs, and Corinthian ...
 Open3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

For the soul and more

As Pablo Picasso said, art washes away from the soul, the dust of everyday life. This is the idea behind Searching Soul, the solo show by artistSuddha Sama. The show is on from 3 November to 12 November in the capital's Lalit Kala Akademi. Suddha, ...
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago
Indian Express

For a party that has lost its voice, he provides noise

Americai Narayanan says the Congress needs more ideas and leaders with excitement and dreams. There he is, standing stiffly next to Giani Zail Singh; trying to tease out a smile from Manmohan Singh; sitting next to MGR; leading Congress leader ...
 Indian Express4 weeks ago

Sporting funky hairdo to outdo rivals at Antaragni

A hub of fashion, celebration, exuberance and competitions, Antaragni on Saturday witnessed trendy haircuts of boys attending the gala. From pony tails to cropped short hair, from side haircut to centre tails, there was hardly any hairdo that the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Katju claims lawyer was made judge on Indira's intervention

Press Council of India chairman Markandey Katju churned out a new blog Tuesday, once again pointing out contentious facts. This time, the former Supreme Court judge has claimed that an incompetent lawyer was made a judge of the Allahabad High Court ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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