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Youth attacked for trying to save man from assault in Panchkula’s Amravati Enclave

One of the accused smashed a beer bottle on the road to attack the man, while the others took out sticks from their Toyota Innova, the victim told the Panchkula police

The victim, Aman Grover of Amravati Enclave, told the Panchkula police that he had stepped out to buy food from an eatery and on the way, he saw a group of youths assaulting a man. When he intervened to save the him. (Getty images)
Updated on May 06, 2023 01:28 AM IST
By, Panchkula

Kim's cryptic post hints at feud with Kourtney exposed in new season trailer

The Kardashian drama never ends as sisters Kim and Kourtney's feud is exposed in the new season trailer of their reality show

The Kardashian family drama continues, and this time it's between Kim and Kourtney. .
Published on May 01, 2023 09:33 AM IST
ByPaurush Omar

Fake documentation: Faridkot student faces deportation from Canada

Canadian authorities have issued their first removal order to a former international student from India in a case related to fake documentation. Karamjeet Kaur, based in Edmonton, received the order after exhausting her legal options. At least 30 other former students are facing removal proceedings, while another 130 cases are being investigated. The students arrived in Canada between 2017 and 2019 to study, but the Canadian Border Services Agency later concluded the letter of offer of admission to a Canadian higher education institution, which formed the basis of their study permits, was fake.

The majority of affected students were represented by the agent Brijesh Mishra of the Jalandhar-based counselling firm EMSA Education and Migration Services Australia. (REUTERS file photo)
Updated on Apr 30, 2023 10:02 PM IST

Canada: Ex-Indian students may be deported in case related to fake documentation

There are at least 30 students facing removal proceedings, though that hasn’t escalated to the final order being passed, as yet.

Former international students from India, facing deportation from Canada, staging a protest in downtown Toronto on March 30, along with supporters. (Supplied pic)
Updated on Apr 30, 2023 12:20 PM IST

Spectator by Seema Goswami: The imitation game

People tend to conform to their social groups' sartorial choices, whether at work or with friends, to stay part of the pack, according to an opinion piece in HT Brunch. The author notes that people don't need a dress code, they naturally gravitate towards the same clothes as their superiors or peers. In a group of mothers, for instance, similar styles will emerge over time, decided by what the "alphas in the group are wearing".

From blonde highlights to short hemlines, similar colours and patterns, groups of friends tend to dress alike. It’s a trend visible on reality shows such as The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives. (@netflixindia)
Updated on Apr 28, 2023 11:24 PM IST
BySeema Goswami
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