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Author Salman Rushdie on ventilator with damaged liver, likely to lose an eye

Author Salman Rushdie on ventilator with damaged liver, likely to lose an eye

According to Rushdie’s agent Andrew Wylie, nerves in his arm severed, liver stabbed and damaged, NYT reports

Syed Abdul Mueed, son of Pak-based Hizb chief Syed Salahuddin, among four J-K employees dismissed from service

All the four employees were dismissed from service under Art...

Nuh MLAs allege 'khaki terror' in cow smuggling cases, police deny

SP Varun Singla refutes harassment allegations

Farmers on warpath, Punjab govt releases Rs 100 cr arrears

The farmers are on a dharna outside Golden Sandhar Sugar Mil...

Comedian-actor Raju Srivastava’s condition has not improved, remains on ventilator

The 58-year-old comedian was admitted to hospital after suff...

151 cops to be honoured for excellence in investigation

Four are from Haryana and one each from Punjab, Himachal, J&...

China's stand on terror

Blocking India-US plea on Jaish leader reveals duplicity

Tackling mining mafia

Even as Punjab takes remedial step, Centre must act too

Nitish's gambit

A grand opportunity to be PM candidate beckons Bihar CM

Illegal mining, indeed

Government’s admission must spur regulatory change

Spur scientific research

Scientists should be allowed to work without political inter...

Dinesh C. Sharma

Protecting territorial integrity top priority

The Indian military is currently being buffeted by many kind...

C Uday Bhaskar

Communal violence left a bloody trail in Lahore

Nehru said there were two alternatives before the Congress: ...

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Some economic hurdles crossed, many ahead

One key economic challenge that India faces is how to get th...

Subir Roy

Revel in the united colours of India

Priya S Tandon

Why books will stay relevant

Sumit Paul


Nitish challenges PM Modi
Nitish Kumar challenges PM Modi: ‘Those who came to power in 2014, will they be victorious in 2024?’
Millets offer opportunities

Millets offer opportunities

Why parents fail to avoid conflicts with kids over their mobile use

Why parents fail to avoid conflicts with kids over their mobile use

Many parents agree children and teens' mobile use is a signi...

Farmers’ tentative steps

Pedalling in top gear

Pedalling in top gear

As the humble bicycle makes the transition to a wellness ess...

Monkeypox double whammy

Monkeypox double whammy

With more than 26,000 cases across 87 countries, the virus,...

Celebrating Sri Aurobindo on 150th birth anniversary

Celebrating Sri Aurobindo on 150th birth anniversary

An important figure in India’s political history, philosophi...

Crop-specific, sustainable model can be gainful

Crop-specific, sustainable model can be gainful

Governments and policy-makers should develop and implement a...


Pan-grilled paneer-pineapple duet

Pan-grilled paneer-pineapple duet

This simple, elegant snack incorporates influences from diff...

Long, arduous four-laning of Kiratpur-Manali road

Long, arduous four-laning of Kiratpur-Manali road

Ambitious four-laning of Kiratpur-Manali NH-21 has made trav...

The cycle of fake news, then & now

The cycle of fake news, then & now

From Mahabharata to Pulitzer vs Hearst in 19th century, hist...

How Partition impacted musical legacies in India and Pakistan

How Partition impacted musical legacies in India and Pakistan

Division of the subcontinent instituted changes in the way m...

CWG 2022 closing ceremony

Commonwealth Games closing ceremony at the Alexander stadium in Birmingham, England. Photos: AP/PTI, Reuters

Lahore, Sunday, August 13, 1922

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Teej event organisers booked for ‘refusing’ food to Dalit girls

Teej event organisers booked for 'refusing' food to Dalit girls in Bathinda village

Separate counter for Scheduled Castes allegedly set up

56 pollution hotspots in state to be reclaimed, beautified
Bill to make anti-conversion law stringent tabled in House
Syed Abdul Mueed, son of Pak-based Hizb chief Syed Salahuddin, among four J-K employees dismissed from service

Syed Abdul Mueed, son of Pak-based Hizb chief Syed Salahuddin, among four J-K employees dismissed from service

All the four employees were dismissed from service under Article 311 of the Constitution

Work to clear remaining waste to start by Oct 15
Amid Taiwan tensions, India calls for status quo

Amid Taiwan tensions, India calls for status quo

New Delhi’s first reaction to crisis

Bhaagta Punjab?

Bhaagta Punjab?

After Haryana corners Commonwealth Games glory, Punjab plans...

Roar-ing to go!
Roar-ing to go!
Punjabi singers spread peace message from Dal Lake