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29 killed in Israeli airstrike on Gaza

29 killed in Israeli airstrike on Gaza

At least 29 people were killed in an Israeli airstrike on a residential building here on Friday. Dozens of people were injured in the airstrike, said the report, without giving further details. The Israel Defense Forces said in a statement on Friday that the airforce has attacked more than 60 targets in the Gaza Strip during the past 24 hours.

Young girl found dead at construction site in Goa, police probing

Young girl found dead at construction site in Goa, police probing

A young girl died in suspicious circumstances at a construction site in Vasco town in South Goa and the matter is being investigated, police said on Friday. Superintendent of Police, South, Sunita Sawant, after visiting the site, told media persons that police have started the investigation and summoned workers working there.

Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University Research on problems of Slum residents

Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University Research on problems of Slum residents

The Department of Sociology and English of Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University organized a one-day field exploration for its students. This exploration was conducted to familiarize students with the real aspects of research. The field exploration was centred in the sectors of Chandigarh inhabited by slum dwellers. It was supervised by Dr. Nav Shagan Deep Kaur, the Incharge of the Department of Sociology, and Dr. Ankdeep Kaur Attwal, the head of the English Department, along with two assistant professors, Parmdeep Singh and Yashna. 

University School of Law Organizes Three-Day Training Program on New Criminal Law & Cyber Security

University School of Law Organizes Three-Day Training Program on New Criminal Law & Cyber Security

The ADR Centre at University School of Law, in collaboration with the Women Grievance Redressal Cell and IIC Desh Bhagat University, successfully organized a three-day Training Program on New Criminal Law & Cyber Security. The program  saw enthusiastic participation from 30 participants keen on exploring the evolving landscape of criminal law and cybersecurity. The primary aim of the program was to delve into the benefits and significance of the recent changes in Criminal Law as well as to discuss measures for enhancing cybersecurity and protecting digital assets. On the first day, Dr. Arti, Assistant Professor, delivered a comprehensive lecture on Bharatiya Nayay Sanhita (Indian Penal Code) highlighting its benefits and the evolving concepts within Criminal Law.

Scooty rider dies, children injured in road accident in Delhi

Scooty rider dies, children injured in road accident in Delhi

A scooty rider died while five people, including three children, were injured after a private school bus met with an accident in central Delhi on Friday morning, an official said. The deceased was identified as Abhishek Jain, a resident of Brahmpuri area. According to police, the accident occurred around 7.30 a.m near ITO, involving a bus carrying 42 children on their way to school in central Delhi.

Sensex slumps 600 points

Sensex slumps 600 points

The Sensex fell more than 600 points on Friday, as heavyweight stocks sold off. It is trading at 74,370 points down by 668 points. Sensex constituents which are dragging the benchmark include Sun Pharma down 3.5 per cent. Sun Pharma shares fell more than 3 per cent on Friday, after the company’s Dadra facility received an official action indicated inspection classification from US FDA.

Gold price soars to a lifetime high amid rising geopolitical tensions

Gold price soars to a lifetime high amid rising geopolitical tensions

Gold futures on India’s Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) rose to Rs 72,423 per 10 grams on Friday for June 5 delivery, tracking the rally in the international market which saw the price of the precious metal soar to a new lifetime high at $2,395.29 per ounce. Gold futures on MCX recorded an increase of Rs 779 per 10 grams which is 1.09 per cent above the previous trading session’s closing price of Rs 71,644.

IPL 2024: Du Plessis admits RCB 'don't have as many weapons' in their bowling arsenal

IPL 2024: Du Plessis admits RCB 'don't have as many weapons' in their bowling arsenal

After Mumbai Indians (MI) thrashed Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) by seven wickets in an IPL 2024 match, visiting captain Faf du Plessis conceded his side’s struggles have been mainly due to their bowling department not having as many weapons to stem the run-flow of opposition batters.

Sun Pharma leads Sensex losses

Sun Pharma leads Sensex losses

Sun Pharma shares fell more than 3 per cent on Friday, after the company’s Dadra facility received an official action indicated inspection classification from US FDA.

Sun Pharma said that the US FDA conducted an inspection at the company’s Dadra facility from December 4, 2023 to December 15, 2023. The US FDA has subsequently determined the inspection classification status of this facility as Official Action Indicated (OAI).

Bhullar gang associate held in Punjab; 3 kg heroin seized

Bhullar gang associate held in Punjab; 3 kg heroin seized

The Punjab Police have arrested an associate of the Jaipal Bhullar gang and seized three kg heroin and two pistols.

"In a major blow to trans-border drug smuggling networks in Punjab, the Jalandhar Commissionerate Police have arrested an associate of the Jaipal Bhullar gang and seized three kg heroin and two pistols," Director General of Police Gaurav Yadav posted on X.

 
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