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Dynastic politics does not go well with democracy: Kuldip Nayar
By Prashant Sood
NEW DELHI: India is unlikely to see the imposition of another Emergency due to changes made in the Constitution and people being more vigilant, veteran journalist and political commentator Kuldip Nayar has said, noting that the Congress should have learnt the lesson of not pursuing dynastic politics from the period that saw a curb on civil liberties under Indira Gandhi.
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Punjab Education system needs revamp, minister makes a good start
By Satinder Bains
CHANDIGARH: It is indeed a matter of satisfaction and a bold step taken by Punjab Education Minister Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema who 
has brought to light the short comings in his own department and takes steps to ractifiy the wrongs done by his predecessors. 
Dr.Cheema has highlighted the fact that 80,000 students in Matric exam had failed in English paper and 35,000 have failed to even 
clear the exam in Punjabi language, our mother toungue and official language of Punjab Government.
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Notices issued to Congress MLAs illegal, says Bhag Singh member DAC
ROPAR: Bhag Singh former MLA and member of PPCC disciplinary Action Committee (DAC) headed by Gopal Krishan Chatrath today alleged that the show cause notices issued to three Congress MLAs were illegal since Chatrath had no called meeting of disciplinary Action Committee and neither took the committee members into confidence.
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High Court of H.P. heard arguments in a petition filed by the HPCA
By Vijyender Sharma
SHIMLA : The High Court of H.P. heard arguments advanced by both the parties in a petition filed by the HPCA seeking quashing of FIR and chargesheet in connection with illegal felling of trees on government land.
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PHD Chamber welcomes Chandigarh’s New Industrial Policy
CHANDIGARH: Chairman, Chandigarh Committee, PHD Chamber, Vikram Sahgal, while welcoming the New Industrial Policy for UT Chandigarh, said, “The move to make Chandigarh a hub of pollution free and knowledge based industrial activities is very much in line with Chandigarh’s heritage and character.”
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Hindus have highest retention rate in USA
NEVADA (USA) : Hindus have the highest retention rate as compared to any other major religious group in USA, per an analysis posted by Pew Research Center (PRC), "a nonpartisan fact tank" headquartered in Washington DC, on June 24.
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Aryans lays Foundation stone of its 9th Building Block
MOHALI : Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh laid the foundation stone of its 9th Building block in a Bhoomi Poojan ceremony held today. The new block will be constructed on Aryans Campus, situated at Vill. Nepra-Thuha, Banur, Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, Near Chandigarh. It will be constructed as a Girls Hostel to facilitate accommodation to the girl students and female staff. Prof. D.C. Kataria (Roshaan) &  Rajni Kataria, Founders, Aryans Group laid the foundation stone.
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Dr. Bhag Mal takes over as Director Health Punjab
Jatindr Kaur denied extension, hooted out of office
CHANDIGARH:  Dr Bhag Mal today took over as the new Director Health & Family Welfare, Punjab. He got elevated to the post after the superannuation of his predecessor, Dr. Jatinder Kaur   on June 30, 2015.Dr. Jatinder Kaur was denied extension due to her rude behaviour with the staff and the employees hooted her out of office on last day.
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Punjab Olympic Association to felicitate NBA cager Satnam Singh
By Balbir Singh
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Olympic Association president and Member Parliament Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa today announced that the association would honour basketball player Satnam Singh for making history by becoming the first Indian to make an entry in prestigious NBA league.
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