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Jail Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa orders suspension of 4 officers

The Jail Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa has ordered the suspension of 4 officers in the matter pertaining to the fleeing of 2 prisoners from the Ludhiana Central Jail recently. The minister took the action after an enquiry ordered into the incident found the officers in absolute negligence of the duties expected of them.

Punjab Vigilance Bureau nabs Assistant Lineman taking bribe

State Vigilance Bureau today nabbed an assistant lineman of PSPCL red handed and registered a bribery case against a medical officer and ward servant of civil hospital  Ferozepur city.

Officers working with missionary zeal to mitigate problems of labourers to be rewarded : Balbir Sidhu

“This is my promise to you all that I won’t indulge in corrupt practices and advise you to work with honesty and sincerity. The officers who will work with missionary zeal to provide much needed helping hands to the Labourers, Construction Workers and Industrial Labourers, would suitably be awarded by the department” These were the persuading words spoken by Labour Minister, Punjab, Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu in his keynote address while chairing the maiden meeting of all wings of Labour Department held at the office of CRRID, Chandigarh.

Punjab Vigilance Bureau nabs Assistant Sub Inspector red-handed while accepting bribe

State Vigilance Bureau, today nabbed Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) red handed while accepting bribe of Rs 3,000.

Five killed, 10 injured in Pakistani shelling in Jammu district

Five people, including four civilians and a BSF trooper, were killed and 10 others injured on Friday in Pakistani shelling and firing on the international border in Jammu district, officials said.

BSF trooper killed in Pakistani firing in J&K

JAMMU: A Border Security Force (BSF) trooper was killed and six others, including a BSF officer and five civilians, were injured in Pakistan firing on the international border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.

Family of Dyal Singh Kolianwali deposit Rs.95.70 Lakh

The strict instructions given by the Co-operation Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa with regard to the big time defaulters of the co-operative banks have start bearing the fruit. After the instructions of the minister the department issued notices to the big time defaulters which has resulted in such defaulters depositing Rs. 5 crore. Out of these, the family of Dyal Singh Kolianwali has deposited the cheques worth Rs. 95.70 lakh.

Kasauli: Second victim succumbs to injuries

Another victim of firing purportedly by a guest house owner during a demolition drive in the tourist resort Kasauli in Himachal Pradesh succumbed to his injuries on Sunday after battling for life for 12 days, police said.

Two killed in Maharashtra group clashes; ACP critical

AURANGABAD: At least two persons were killed and more than 40 injured, including 10 policemen, when clashes broke out between two groups in this famed Maharashtra tourist town, an official said.

Sukhbir Badal demands judicial probe into brutal murder of girl,a promising Kabaddi player

CHANDIGARH: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today demanded a judicial probe into the brutal murder of Kabaddi sportsperson Lakshmi Devi, saying the district police was siding with goons at the instance of Congress leaders leading to barbaric acts of violence against small the marginal farmers.

University of Virginia offers “Medical Yoga for Health Professionals” course

The University of Virginia in Charlottesville, public research university, and tier-one research institution with a nationally renowned health system, is offering “Foundations of Medical Yoga for Health Professionals” in Fall this year.

Punjab Cooperation department issues recovery notice to Badal's protege Kolianwali

CHANDIGARH: The Co-operation Department has swung into action mode after orders by the Co-operation Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa to recover loan amounts from the big landlords who owe huge amounts to the co-operative and agricultural development banks. A notice has been issued to the big time defaulter Dyal Singh Kolianwali and his family to deposit the loan amount while the family of Jagdish Raj Sahni has deposited Rs. 20.90 lakh which is 25 percent of the loan amount.

Rana Sodhi exhorts sports officers and coaches to help Punjab to Nummero Uno position in sports

MOHALI: Punjab Sports Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi, who is a former international shooter, today took stock of the sports facilities at two sports stadiums in Sector-78 and Sector-63 and the Punjab Institute of Sports (PIS). During his visit to Sector-78 stadium the minister met all the District Sports Officers (DSOs) and coaches.

Punjab Cabinet okays amendment to reduce pass percentage for vesting certain powers in SDMs

The Cabinet today approved lowering of the pass percentage from 66.66% to 50% in Criminal Law and Revenue Law papers for vesting powers of Executive Magistrate and Assistant Collector or Collector to IAS/PCS (EB) officers.

Punjab Cabinet okays amendment to reduce pass percentage for vesting certain powers in SDMs

The Cabinet today approved lowering of the pass percentage from 66.66% to 50% in Criminal Law and Revenue Law papers for vesting powers of Executive Magistrate and Assistant Collector or Collector to IAS/PCS (EB) officers.

Five civilians killed in Kashmir clashes

SRINAGAR:  Five civilians were killed on Sunday in clashes with security forces after five militants were killed in a gunfight in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district.

Five militants killed in J&K gunfight

SRINAGAR: Five militants including a Kashmir University teacher who went missing last week, were killed on Sunday in a gunfight with the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district, police said.

Sports Minister Rana Sodhi resolves to restore lost glory of Punjab in sporting arena

"The Punjab Government under the leadership of the Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to carry out comprehensive amendments in the sports policy with the aim to make it sportsperson friendly and bolstering the sporting infrastructure in the state." This was disclosed here today by the Sports and Youth Affairs Minister, Punjab, Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi, himself an ace shooter while interacting with the mediapersons during a press conference.

Fasting improves stem cells' regenerative capacity: Study

The US biologists found that a 24-hour fast can reverse the age-related loss of intestinal stem cell function that can regenerate new intestinal cells.

Nobody barring superintendent to be allowed to carry mobile inside jail: Sukhjinder Singh Randhawan

"Nobody barring the superintendent would be allowed to carry mobile phones inside the jails. Besides this, the proposal for according sanction to the installation of 4G jammers in the jails has been sent to the Union Home Ministry and full body scanner installation is also being contemplated." This was disclosed by the Jail Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa here today at Markfed Bhawan in an interaction with the media-persons after presiding over a high level departmental meeting.

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