Jagtar Johal remanded to judicial custody till November 30

Jagtar Johal remanded to judicial custody till November 30

November 17, 2017

Baghapurana (Moga), November 17: UK resident Jagtar Singh Johal arrested by Punjab police in the conspiracy to kill Hindu leaders has been remanded to judicial custody till November 30by a local court here. A representative from the British High Commission was allowed to meet him.

After 13 years, Moody’s upgrades India’s credit rating

After 13 years, Moody’s upgrades India’s credit rating

November 17, 2017

New Delhi, November 17 US-based Moody’s on Friday upgraded India’s sovereign credit rating by a notch to ‘Baa2’ with a stable outlook citing improved growth prospects driven by economic and institutional reforms. The rating upgrade comes after a gap of 13 years—Moody’s had last upgraded India’s rating to ‘Baa3’ inRead More

After 13 years, Moody’s upgrades India’s credit rating

After 13 years, Moody’s upgrades India’s credit rating

November 17, 2017

New Delhi, November 17 US-based Moody’s on Friday upgraded India’s sovereign credit rating by a notch to ‘Baa2’ with a stable outlook citing improved growth prospects driven by economic and institutional reforms. The rating upgrade comes after a gap of 13 years—Moody’s had last upgraded India’s rating to ‘Baa3’ inRead More

Drinking coffee may reduce liver diseases risk

Drinking coffee may reduce liver diseases risk

November 17, 2017

London Drinking three to five cups of coffee regularly may reduce the risk of liver cancer and cirrhosis, according to a report. The report presented at the Royal Society of Medicine in London discussed potential impact of moderate coffee consumption on chronic liver disease, liver cancer and cirrhosis. “Liver diseaseRead More

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe makes first public appearance since military takeover

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe makes first public appearance since military takeover

November 17, 2017

Harare, November 17 Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s first public appearance since a military takeover is at a university graduation ceremony on the outskirts of Harare. Clad in academic gown and hat, Mugabe walked slowly in a procession on a red carpet to a podium as a marching band played. SeveralRead More

Drinking coffee may reduce liver diseases risk

Drinking coffee may reduce liver diseases risk

November 17, 2017

London Drinking three to five cups of coffee regularly may reduce the risk of liver cancer and cirrhosis, according to a report. The report presented at the Royal Society of Medicine in London discussed potential impact of moderate coffee consumption on chronic liver disease, liver cancer and cirrhosis. “Liver diseaseRead More

Government had ‘no other options’ besides back-to-work legislation: Wynne

Government had ‘no other options’ besides back-to-work legislation: Wynne

November 17, 2017

Ontario : Premier Kathleen Wynne says that her government had “no other options” other than to introduce back-to-work legislation to end a nearly five-week strike by college faculty. The back-to-work legislation will be tabled at Queen’s Park today, less than 24 hours after striking college faculty voted overwhelmingly in favourRead More

Government had ‘no other options’ besides back-to-work legislation: Wynne

Government had ‘no other options’ besides back-to-work legislation: Wynne

November 17, 2017

Ontario : Premier Kathleen Wynne says that her government had “no other options” other than to introduce back-to-work legislation to end a nearly five-week strike by college faculty. The back-to-work legislation will be tabled at Queen’s Park today, less than 24 hours after striking college faculty voted overwhelmingly in favourRead More