- Apr 26, 2015 22:21 IST
Pakistani authorities have so far failed to make any headway in the mysterious disappearance of a four-member Sikh family from India who went missing during their trip to the country to celebrate Baisakhi.
- Apr 26, 2015 16:54 IST
President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday awarded the 'Shaurya Chakra' gallantry medal to ITBP inspector Manjeet Singh who led his commandos in repulsing an audacious terrorist attack on the Indian Consulate in Afghanistan's Herat province last year.
- Apr 26, 2015 18:50 IST
Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday called on former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh at the latter’s residence in Delhi.
- Apr 26, 2015 12:04 IST
One of India's most popular traditional folk dance Bhangra was performed at the closing ceremony of the International Festival of Drums and Traditional Art in the Egyptian capital, enthralling the audience.
- Apr 26, 2015 11:34 IST
Passion and perseverance is all that it takes to achieve what you want. For 21-year-old Simarpreet Singh Sokhi from Kalka, it was sheer passion and love for the Indian classical dance that drove a Sikh gentleman to fight all odds to dream of a career as a Bharatanatyam dancer.
- Apr 25, 2015 23:58 IST
Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday brought the crucial Sikh issues and the agrarian crisis to the national centrestage, asking the Centre to end the "political, economic and religious discrimination" against the state, Sikh community and the farmers as a "matter of extreme national urgency".
- Apr 25, 2015 20:13 IST
Realising the importance of irrigation facility to increase the productivity and quality of apples, World Bank (WB) aided project for horticulture will address the issue of irrigation infrastructure in orchards across the state.
- Apr 25, 2015 20:43 IST
Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has taken up the task of painting Anandpur Sahib town white on the occasion of the 350th foundation day of the holy city to be observed from June 17 to 19.
- Apr 25, 2015 12:54 IST
While Ballu, a Himalayan bear, is busy rolling over a 100-kg ice block in front of a desert cooler, relishing a watermelon besides its extra feed at Chhatbir Zoo, Appaya the tiger is enjoying frequent showers and playing under sprinklers.
- Apr 25, 2015 09:41 IST
To give the tricity residents an opportunity to come across something innovative and thrilling, the city’s first adventure carnival, AdventureGarh, at the exhibition ground, Sector 34, Chandigarh, intends to make people experience the fun of various adventure sports including bungee jumping, commando slithering, cage rides, hot air balloon, jeep towed Para sailing, ATVs with dirt track, paintball battle game, obstacle course, wooden rappelling wall, zorbing, running bungee, inflatable rock wall and rocket boom.
- Apr 24, 2015 22:30 IST
April 25 will mark the centenary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand (Anzac) troops in Gallipoli, for World War-1 military campaign that went on for eight months and claimed at least 1.25 lakh lives. Many regard April 25, 1915, as the day when Australia truly forged its national identity, even though it had federated as a nation already on January 1, 1901.
- Apr 24, 2015 21:15 IST
With officers and other ranks from India and Nepal in attendance, the First Gorkha Rifles (1/1 GR) on Friday marked its 200 years of military service here.
- Apr 24, 2015 20:52 IST
An image of a Sikh soldier holding an ingenious 'Jam Tin bomb,' a cannister stuffed with shrapnel and explosives, at Gallipoli battlefield in Turkey is part of two photo exhibitions that document lives and contributions of soldiers from Australia, New Zealand and India in World War I.
- Apr 24, 2015 20:14 IST
Taking active part in the party activities, National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah undertook a train ride in Kashmir Valley to reconnect with the people after back to back losses in Lok Sabha and assembly polls held last year.
- Apr 26, 2015 22:16 IST
Accusing SAD of indulging in "political vendetta", Congress today alleged that the top leadership of the ruling party was "conspiring" to implicate its leaders in false cases to gag the opposition voice.