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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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UT advisor inaugurates bar library lawn in High Court
By Kulbir Singh Kalsi
CHANDIGARH: Vijay Kumar Dev, IAS, Advisor to the Administrator UT Chandigarh today inaugurated the library lawn, Punjab & Haryana High Court Bar Association in the presence of large number of Advocates S.B.Deepak Kumar (Deputy Commissioner), UT Chandigarh, Dr. Sukhchain Singh Gill (SSP Chandigarh Police) and Pawan Kumar (DSP-Traffic, Chandigarh Police).
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CGC Jhanjeri students shine in BSc Agriculture
MOHALI: The students of BSc Agriculture in Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Jhanjeri made marvellous achievements during their very first year of this course by excelling in this course. the students achieved excellent results in PTU exams with at least 13 students securing more than 80% marks. Most of these students are expected to secure positions in the merit list of PTU.
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Two gold biscuits seized from custom superintendent at Amritsar
By Jagmohan Singh Ji
AMRITSAR:
Custom Superintendent Vajinder Singh ran out of luck when his own seniors detained him for questioning and found when two Gold biscuits weighing 400 grams were recovered from his car, he was driving.
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Allocation of AIIMS to Bathinda is discrimination with Majha and Doaba: Punjab Congress
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Pradesh Congress has objected to allocation of AIIMS to Bathinda, the constituency of Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, daughter-in-law of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal. The party has described it politically motivated decision, nothing but gross discrimination with Doaba, Majha and rest of Punjab.
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Punjab to honour 3726 players with cash prizes on July 16
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has announced to honour 3726 outstanding players  with cash prizes worth Rs. 15 crore, who have earned laurels to the state by bagging medals in various international and national sports events since the year 2011 to 2015.
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