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19 Jul 2018, Edition - 1101, Thursday

FLASH NEWS:

  • Encounter rages on in Handwara, J&K; Gunfight breaks out in the Batpora area. Terrorists believed to be holed up
  • AAP issues whip, asks its MPs to vote in favour of no confidence motion in the Parliament
  • Students of Banaras Hindu University hold unique protest after Congress raised the question of accountability
  • RBI to issue new 100 rupee note in lavender colour
  • DMK Working President MK Stalin urges opposition parties to unite on the ‘no-trust’ vote
  • Shiv Sena to abstain from the trust vote in the ‘no-confidence’ motion
  • YSR Congress protests at Parliament premises, demanding special status for Andhra Pradesh
  • Rahul Gandhi politicises mob lynchings, warns of ‘sinister design’ before 2019 General Elections
  • 7 naxals, including 3 women, killed in an encounter with security forces in Bastar region of Chhattisgarh
  • PM Modi interacts with the beneficiaries of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana & Saubhagya Yojana

News In Trend

A miniature world of artefacts carved out of pencil

Covai Post Network

Savithru, an engineering graduate from Coimbatore followed his passion for arts and entered into the arena of carving and sculpting.Though he has worked on various mediums like soap, wood, chalk and charcoal, his speciality lies in pencil carving. The intricate carving which takes him about three hours to complete takes your breath away with the detailing and beauty.Pencil carvings which can be customised according to requirement have become the gifts in trend, pushing aside the usual boring gifts available in bulk.

COIMBATORE WEATHER