Amarjit scoops ‘Entrepreneur’ award

The boss of a British woodworking family business has been crowned, for the second time this year, Entrepreneur of the Year.

Jalaram temple Leicester tree planting ceremony to mark her majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

The Trustees of Jalaram Temple Leicester assisted by the Hanuman Savak Group, together with local schoolchildren, community and business leaders gathered outside the Virbaimaa Jalaram Community Centre, to take part in a special tree-planting...

CAA won't be implemented in Bengal: Mamata

Kolkata: Reacting to Union Home Minister Amit Shah`s remark about implementing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asserted that the BJP will not return to power in 2024 and no CAA will be implemented.

Fire at Amritsar hospital, over 600 rescued

Amritsar: A major tragedy was averted at the Guru Nanak Dev Hospital here after a massive fire broke out in two wards and the outpatient department (OPD). The staff and the attendants scrambled to save patients and there was no loss of life...

Ties with Nepal unshakable like Himalayas: PM Modi

India and Nepal’s “ever-strengthening” friendship and closeness will benefit the entire humanity amid the kind of global conditions that are emerging, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a special 20-minute address in Lumbini on the sidelines...

Briton scales Mt Everest for the 16th time

Kathmandu: Kenton Cool, a 48-year-old British national, has scaled the world’s highest peak Mount Everest for the 16th time, becoming the first non-Nepalese to do so, a media report said. Cool, who hails from Gloucestershire, a county in South...

In an unprecedented showing, Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has stormed to power in Delhi assembly election by winning 67 out of 70 seats on Tuesday,...

The BSE Sensex closed higher on Tuesday, snapping a seven-day losing streak during which the 30-share blue chip index shed nearly 1,500 points or 5 per...

The Aam Aadmi Party’s unprecedented landslide victory in Delhi guarantees stability but it also brings for the new government major challenges including pressures to meet people’s expectations.

The results from Delhi are a vindication for the Aam Aadmi Party which returned to Delhi with a thumping majority this time. BJP had been reduced to single digits, while the Congress has failed to open its account in the capital.

The rout of BJP in the Delhi election is unlikely to prompt open rebellion in the party against the Narendra Modi-Amit Shah leadership, but it has already blown lid off the voices of dissent that have been brewing among the "disregarded" seasoned,...



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