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Massive efforts being made to promote rural games for making Punjab a drug free state : Bajwa

Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Punjab Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa today said that Captain government was making all out efforts to promote rural games in the state as they could play an important role in wiping out the curse of drugs.

Khalsa College Professor gets Best Teacher Award

Dr.  Jaswinder Singh,  Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, Khalsa College, Amritsar  has been conferred  with the the prestigious ‘Dr. Roshan Lal Agarwal Best Science Teacher’ award by the Punjab Academy of Sciences , Patiala.

Patwari, his assistant nabbed red handed taking bribe

State Vigilance Bureau, during its ongoing campaign against rampant corruption today nabbed a revenue Patwari posted at Phul-1 & 2, district Bathinda red handed for accepting bribe.

Protein that may improve survival during flu identified

Researchers have identified a protein that modifies the immune response to the flu and may also help reduce lung inflammation and improve survival during influenza.

Seven-day national workshop organized at Khalsa College

A seven-day long National Workshop on 'Enhancement of Mathematical Skills' was organised at Khalsa College, Amritsar by the Department of Mathematics. Harinderpal Singh, Divisional Acquisition and Taxation Commissioner and Rajwinder Kaur, Acquisition and Taxation Commissioner were the Chief Guests for the programme.

NSS to be introduced as an elective subject in Chandigarh colleges

CHANDIGARH: After many a tactical retreats, the proposal to introduce NSS as an elective subject at college level finally got UGC’s nod. The Panjab University has finally decided to introduce National Service Scheme (NSS) as an elective subject in all colleges affiliated to the university from this session.  It is revealed by Mr Bikram Rana, SLO, NSS Cell, Chandigarh.  A decision to this effect has been conveyed to all universities across the country to introduce NSS as an elective subject. 

Panjab University to introduce NSS as elective subject

After many a tactical retreats and surges like city metro project, the proposal to introduce NSS as an elective subject at college level finally got UGC’s nod. The Panjab University has finally decided to introduce National Service Scheme (NSS) as an elective subject in all colleges affiliated to the university from this session. It is revealed by Mr Bikram Rana, SLO, NSS Cell, Chandigarh. A decision to this effect has been conveyed to all universities across the country to introduce NSS as an elective subject. 

Jalandhar rural Police gears up for better stress management amongst cops

In a bid to ensure better stress management amongst cop for enhancing their efficiency to further meet any sort of challenge during the duty, the Jalandhar Rural Police today organized a Stress Management Workshop for the Police officers of Jalandhar zone.

180 days of maternity leave for all Contract female staff in Himachal Pradesh

The Cabinet in its meeting held at Dharamshala today, decided to amend the Himachal Pradesh Town and Country Planning rules 2018 to allow sealing of unauthorized buildings or portions thereof so that the authorized building could be put to its approved and permitted use. Sealing would be done after giving the defaulters an opportunity of being heard under the amendment in the Act. This will give relief to the hoteliers and their objections will be invited under the rule.

Intl nursing meet kicks off at Rayat Bahra University

Healthclave 2018’ the first international conference on technological impact on epidemiology and healthcare organised by the Rayat Bahra College of Nursing (RBCN) kicked off at the Rayat Bahra University (RBU) on Friday.

Study group of NDC visits city Jalandhar

A study group of 58th National Defence College (NDC) comprising senior officers from civil services and Armed Forces of the country today held detailed deliberations with the officers of the district administration regarding the social, political and economic scenario of the state in general and district in particular.

Nawanshahr District Administration observes two minutes of silence In Respect of Freedom Fighters

District administration Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar observed two minutes of silence in the memory of the great martyrs who laid down their lives during India's freedom struggle.

New Chairman takes over​ at Panjab University Chandigarh

Dr. Tirthankar Bhattacharya, a Senior Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts, Faculty of Design and Fine Arts at the Panjab University(PU) Chandigarh has taken over as the Chairman of the Department and the Director of the Museum of Fine Arts at PU for the second term .

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Pledge must at the time of marriage Registration in SBS Nagar

Taking a new initiative to save the girl child in SBS Nagar district, DC Amit Kumar has introduced a novel idea, today. From now, every newly married couple will have to take the 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' pledge at the time of delivery ion of marriage. In this regard, formal orders have also been issued.

Panjab University scientist invited to identify 9/11 human skeletal remains

A scientist from Panjab University has been invited to the US to work with a select group of scientists towards a complex identification process of human skeletal remains of the 9/11 World Trade Centre (WTC) attack victims.

Punjab launches two flagships schemes of State government in Jalandhar

On the momentous occasion of Republic Day Speaker of Punjab Vidhan Sabha Rana KP Singh today inaugurated two flagship schemes of the state government in Jalandhar.

BJP leader who threatened to behead Deepika detained

The Haryana Police on Thursday detained BJP leader Kunwar Surajpal Singh Ammu who announced a Rs 10 crore award to behead actress Deepika Padukone and filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali for their role in "Padmaavat".

Punjab Vigilance nabs ASI taking bribe Rs. 5,000

State Vigilance Bureau, during its ongoing campaign against corruption today nabbed an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Tarlok Chand red handed while accepting bribe of Rs 5,000.

NIPEF demands discussion on electricity amendment bill

CHANDIGARH: Northern India Power Engineers’ Federation (NIPEF) in its federal council meeting held today demanded that that  the bifurcated power utilities should be again integrated. Further, it was also demanded that draft of  the proposed Electricity (amendment) Bill be circulated amongest various stakeholders and  should discussed with engineers  and other stake holders. It was decided to oppose the  scrapping of old thermal units without providing super critical thermal units in their place.

All India Civil services Cricket tournament at Vijaywada from 27th January

The selection trials for Punjab cricket team regarding All India Civil Services Tournament would be held at the practice ground of the PCA stadium on 20th January at 11 AM."

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