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IS Leader Abu Sayyaf killed in US Special Forces raid

Sydney : American Special Operations forces entered eastern Syria on Friday and killed a senior leader of the Islamic State, according to the US Defence Department. The leader, Abu Sayyaf, was involved in the group’s military operations and also helped manage black-market sales of oil and gas to raise money, according to a statement issued by the Pentagon early Saturday.In ...

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First Jatha Courts Arrest at Fatehgarh Sahib in Support of Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa

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FATEHGARH SAHIB, Punjab (May 16, 2015)—First Jatha of 62 Singhs courted its arrest at Fatehgarh Sahib as a sign of protest against illegal detention of political Sikh prisoners by the Punjab Government. It is notable that the decision of courting arrest at will was taken in the Panthik Conference of May 10 at village Hassanpur. Sikh sangat arrived early in ...

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BADAL HAS FALLEN BACK ON PANTHIC AGENDA: AMARINDER

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Muktsar : Congress Deputy Leader in Lok Sabha Capt Amarinder Singh today said Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has fallen back on ‘panthic’ agenda after failing on the economic and law and order front.”The choice is between economic progress and development on one side and the panthic agenda on the other,” Capt Amarinder said while addressing workers meeting here today.The ...

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Generation Sponge: Home loans, bills paid for by parents

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Perth : More than eight out of 10 Australian parents admit to giving their children financial help to secure home loans and pay bills, according to a new survey by comparison website Finder.But only 40 per cent of adult children, aged 18 and over, admitted to receiving the assistance. Apart from no-catches cash, adult children said the most common types ...

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PRIVATE BUS OPERATORS IN PUNJAB CALL OFF STRIKE

Chandigarh : Private bus operators in Punjab today withdrew their strike which they had called over the alleged “haste” shown by state police in registering cases against their drivers and conductors, following an assurance by police that nobody would be arrested without proper probe.The private bus operators had gone on a statewide strike today, hitting transport services in the state, ...

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