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16 more gurdwaras in Canada, 96 in US ban entry of Indian officials

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Days after 14 gurdwaras in Canada’s Ontario province banned the entry of Indian government representatives, more gurdwara management committees in Canada and the US followed suit and barred Indian officials, RSS and Shiv Sena members from entering gurudwaras under their control.“We have been getting emails of many gurdwaras and numbers will increase further,” claimed Himmat Singh.

Eddie Howe wants Bournemouth to draw inspiration from Arsenal win

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Bournemouth must take inspiration from last weekend’s battling Premier League victory over Arsenal when they travel to West Ham United on Saturday, manager Eddie Howe said.“The Arsenal performance has to be in the forefront of our mind,” Howe told reporters on Friday.

Festival grinds to a halt: Deputy Commissioner shuts down Maghi Mela

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The UT Administration and Chandigarh Police late on Friday night shut down the ongoing Maghi fest which kicked off at Kalagram a week before.This was after the office of the UT Deputy Commissioner withdrew the permission given for the event that this action was taken.

Conor McGregor’s reign as lightweight champion set to end, says UFC

By: Reuters | Boston |

Published: January 20, 2018 8:51 am





Conor Mcgregor’s Lightweight championship reign is set to end.Conor McGregor’s reign as UFC lightweight champion looks to be over after the organisation’s president Dana White said on Friday that American Tony Ferguson and Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov will fight for the undisputed title on April 7.

Vivek Sinha | The Indian Express

From environment to water supply: Innovation at the centre of city planning in Malaysia Sat, Jan 20, 2018Singapore is ever-greening itself.From being a city of gardens, it now aspires to be a “city in the garden”, from streetscape and skyrise greenery to parks within 400 metres of most homes.

Auction of enemy properties face legal hurdle

It regulates properties in India belonging to persons of enemy nations and lists the powers of the Custodian of Enemy Property.Last year in March, Parliament passed a Bill, amending the 49-year-old Enemy Property Act, making the Custodian the owner of enemy property retrospectively from 1968.

AIFF U-16 team departs for exposure trip to Dubai

The exposure trip to Dubai is just the beginning of a series of trips that has been planned by the AIFF for the U-16 team.After a successful qualifying campaign for the AFC U-16 Championship, India U-16 head coach Bibiano Fernandes firmly believes the exposure trip to Dubai “will be the perfect way to kick off preparation” for the tournament proper.

UP: ‘Molested’ teen hangs self after returning from medical check-up

By: Express News Service | Lucknow |

Published: January 20, 2018 8:51 am





The incident took place on Wednesday morning when the girl was returning home from the market.Station House Officer (SHO) of Jahanabad police station Ghanshyam Pandey said, “The incident took place on Wednesday morning when the girl was returning home from the market.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern pregnant with first child

By: Reuters | Wellington |

Published: January 19, 2018 12:48 pm





New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford announce their pregnancy with their first child to media at press conference in Auckland, New Zealand, Friday, Jan.(Greg Bowker/New Zealand Herald via AP)
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday she was pregnant with her first child, prompting an outpouring of support from women’s rights groups and labour activists as she declared “I’ll be a prime minister and a mum”.

TSA chief expects significant investment in technology next year to automate checkpoints

WASHINGTON – More airline travelers will start seeing new technology this year at airport checkpoints, with a “significant amount of technology investment” next year, the head of the Transportation Security Administration said Friday.But TSA has already begun testing 3D scanners for the bags, which Administrator David Pekoske said will be installed in more airports in the coming months.