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CBI probe is only solution to Punjab drug racket, says Shashi Kant former Punjab DGP
CHANDIGARH: Shashi Kant former DGP who headed departments of intelligence and prisons in Punjab Police for many years had ring side view of drug trade flourishing in the border state. He claimed to have submitted a list of drug smugglers, police officers and politicians involved in the drug peddling to the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in 2007 but it was dumped.
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Pakistan sends home 163 Indian fishermen during midnight
By Jagmohan Singh
ATTARI (AMRITSAR ) :
 In a goodwill gesture Pakistan today released 163 Indian fishermen including three children as they were handed over to Indian Authority at 1.00 a.m during midnight at Joint Check Post at Attari/Wagah border the land transit route to India from Pakistan.
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Himachal joins hands with Wadhwani Foundations to skill the state
Y.S. RANA
CHANDIGARH : State of unemployed in Himachal Pradesh may have an indefinite past and imperfect present but, given the indulgence and thrust of the state government in skilling up programmes in association with the Wadhwani Foundation, it can surely look forward to a perfect future of unemployed. India grows young and most of the advanced countries are growing old, it provides an opportunity to us to become global talented skilled workforce. Hence, job creation has become the primary imperative for the country.
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Dance Mafia Academy organised Flash mob to promote health, fitness
CHANDIGARH: The Dance Mafia Academy & Famous choreographer model & actor Ripanpreet Sidhu organised flash mob on healthy and nutritious life at sector 17. As many as 40 Students participated to promote fitness in general.
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Punjab govt to retire school teachers in March every year, extending service tenure of all
CHANDIGARH: In order to ensure disruption free academic session in the schools, the Punjab Cabinet in its meeting on Monday gave nod to enact “Punjab School Teachers Service Extension Ordinance, 2015” which stipulates that all the teachers who would otherwise have retired from service on completing 58 years of their age on any day falling between first of April of a year and the last day of month of February the succeeding year, would, except in the case of their otherwise voluntary option, continue in service and would be deemed to be on extension in service after the date of superannuation upto the 31 day of the following month of March.
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