RUPNAGAR: Pakistan team is not the part of the BR Ambedkar World Kabbadi Cup, backed by the Punjab government, that began here on Thursday. This is the sixth edition of Kabaddi World Cup in a row.  Hosts India along with 10 other teams will compete for title in the men’ section while eight women teams …

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JALANDAR: A 60-year-old NRI woman has lodged a complaint of rape and fraud against an Ambala resident alleging he promised to marry her but later ditched her. The times of India reported on Friday. In her complaint to the police, the woman said she was a Canadian resident and was staying in Jalandhar when she …

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LONDON: In a crackdown to curb its soaring immigration figures, the UK government has announced changes to its visa policy for non-EU nationals, which will affect a large number of Indians especially IT professionals. Under the new visa rules announced last evening by the UK Home Office, anyone applying after November 24 under the Tier …

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MELBOURNE: In recognition to his selfless service of regularly helping the Australian poor and needy with free of cost food at their doorstep, Tejinder Pal Singh from India, has been chosen for the ‘Northern Territory Australian of the year – 2017 award’. As reported by the SBS, Tejinder Pal Singh has been named for the …

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Indian Spokesman Correspondent SYDNEY: The ruling Liberal party in Australia will hold deliberations on a strange demand by the party leader George Popowsky, head of party’s Carlingford branch in New South Wales NSW. As reported in Australian mainstream media George Popowsky has labelled all sorts of migrants as “Criminals” and “Bastards” while putting forward his …

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NEW DELHI: Government officials who neglect their duties and shut their eyes on rioters should be declared an accessory to violence, former Chief Justice of the Rajasthan High Court Justice Anil Dev Singh said on the 32nd anniversary of the 1984 anti-Sikh pogrom. Speaking at a panel discussion on “The legal aftermath of 1984 and …

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Gurbaxpuri Tarn Taran: A 20-year-old Dalit youth was paraded naked by armed persons at Pakhoke village late last evening. Brutally tortured, Amritpal Singh alias Amrit was admitted to the civil hospital here. His condition is serious. Sources said a minor quarrel over the bursting of crackers led to the shocking incident. The Sadar police have …

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Indian Spokesman Correspondent MELBOURNE: Life journey of Manmeet Alisher is already over. Now, his mortal remains have been readied for shifting to his motherland in Punjab. Resting in coffin, late Manmeet will be boarded on the Air India flight at Melbourne, tomorrow 10.45am. It will be life’s most difficult journey for his elder brother Amit …

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Indian Spokesman Correspondent HAMILTON: Spectators enjoyed the real feel of multicultural performances at the Waikato Multicultural Day celebrated at Hamilton. The Waikato Multicultural Day is a regular feature to recognize, as well as celebrate the diverse cultures. With an objective to celebrate cultural diversity and promote integration amongst all ethnic communities in Waikato region, Waikato …

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MELBOURNE: Hundreds of people on Tuesday attended the candlelight vigil organised by the Punjabi community to pay tributes to a popular Punjabi Manmeet Alisher, who was barbarically murdered by a Brisbane based person in the broad daylight. Interestingly, people from diverse heritage backgrounds gathered at Federation Square to express solidarity with the Punjabi community, which …

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