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Ramesh Chand Dhawala becomes Dy. Chairman of State Planning Board

SHIMLA: The State Government has appointed Ramesh Chand Dhawala  as Deputy Chairman of State Planning Board Himachal Pradesh in the rank of Cabinet Minister.

Google celebrates tabla maestro Lachhu Maharaj

NEW DELHI: Google on Tuesday celebrated eminent tabla player from the Banaras gharana Pandit Lachhu Maharaj's 74th birth anniversary with a simple string doodle.

Women journalists' group demands Akbar's dismissal, writes to President

NEW DELHI:  A panel of female journalists has written to President Ram Nath Kovind demanding the dismissal of Union Minister M.J. Akbar who has been accused of sexual harassment by a dozen women in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

Hurricane Leslie kills 6 in France, wreaks havoc across Europe

PARIS: Hurricane Leslie, the most powerful Atlantic storm to hit Europe in decades, has claimed at least six lives in France and left devastation in its wake as it also blew across Portugal and Spain, officials said on Monday.

Goa BJP ally warns against Assembly dissolution as CM ails

PANAJI: Goa Forward Party President and Agriculture Minister Vijai Desai on Monay warned against dissolution of the Assembly even as the state Chief Minister is fighting a serious illness.

Capt Amarinder Singh Govt extending undue benefits to private power companies on footsteps of Badals

CHANDIGARH: Harpal Singh Cheema AAP MLA and leader of Opposition in Punjab today took strong notice of payment of Rs.4000 crores undue payment to the private power companies by Capt Amarinder Singh Government and on the other side putting more burden on the power consumers.

Capt Amarinder Singh lays foundation stones for RS 127.86 Cr of development projects in Amritsar

 AMRITSAR: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday laid the foundation stones for five infrastructural projects, worth Rs. 127.86 crores, in Amritsar, while announcing an additional Rs. 50 crore for tubewells to ensure seamless supply of clean water pending the completion of the canal water supply network in the holy city.

18 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attacks on military checkpoints

KABUL: At least 18 Afghan army soldiers were killed and 10 others kidnapped in attacks carried out by the Taliban militant group against several military checkpoints in the western province of Farah, officials told Efe on Sunday.

Capt Amarinder Singh Govt extending undue benefits to private power companies on footsteps of Badals

CHANDIGARH: Harpal Singh Cheema AAP MLA and leader of Opposition in Punjab today took strong notice of payment of Rs.4000 crores undue payment to the private power companies by Capt Amarinder Singh Government and on the other side putting more burden on the power consumers.

Delhi government launches drive against GST defaulters

NEW DELHI: In order to ensure compliance of Goods and Services Tax (GST) provisions, the Delhi government on Friday launched an extensive drive against tax and return defaulters with an aim to increase revenue for the national capital.

Delhi government launches drive against GST defaulters

NEW DELHI: In order to ensure compliance of Goods and Services Tax (GST) provisions, the Delhi government on Friday launched an extensive drive against tax and return defaulters with an aim to increase revenue for the national capital.

SC stays execution of death sentence of Rohtak woman

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the execution of the death sentence of Sonam, convicted of killing seven members of her family, along with her friend Naveen, at a Rohtak village in Haryana in September 2009.

International food summit opens with 'langar' in Golden Temple

AMRITSAR: Amid the calmness and selfless service the sacred Golden Temple offers and the rich historical context of Qila Gobindgarh -- where the invaluable Koh-i-noor was once housed -- scores of Indian and international chefs set sail on a three-day heritage food summit inaugurated by Punjab Culture Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Friday.

Modi to visit Japan for bilateral summit

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on an official visit to Japan on October 28 and 29 to hold an annual bilateral summit with his counterpart Shinzo Abe, it was announced here on Friday.

Centre exempts Sikh women from wearing helmet in Chandigarh

NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday asked the Chandigarh administration to exempt Sikh women from wearing helmet while driving two-wheelers in the Union Territory.

Three students in Jalandhar college linked to Kashmir terror groups arrested

CHANDIGARH: In a joint operation, the Punjab Police and Special Operations Group (SoG) of Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday arrested three students to bust a terror module of Kashmiri terror outfit, Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH), in Jalandhar. The module also has links with the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).

New policy for regularization of colonies is onetime settlement offer; in future no unauthorised colony would be regularuised: Tript Bajwa

CHANDIGARH / MOHALI: Mr. Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Housing & Urban Development Minister has directed all the officers to ensure that all the illegal colonies and plots regularized under the new policy approved by the cabinet. Presiding over a high level review meeting with the senior officers of the department here today at PUDA Bhawan , the Minister said that the policy would be notified soon and process to receive applications of regularization from promoters/RWAs/plot holders would subsequently commence.

Center Sanctions Rs 29,695.40 CR of CCL for Punjab's Paddy procurement in oct ober

CHANDIGARH: Following Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s personal intervention, the Centre on Tuesday sanctioned Cash Credit Limit (CCL) amount of Rs. 29,695.40 crore, of the total Rs 40,300 crore required by the state for procurement of paddy in the Kharif marketing season 2018-19.

Rs 29,695-cr CCL sanctioned for Punjab paddy procurement

CHANDIGARH: The Centre on Tuesday sanctioneda Cash Credit Limit (CCL) of Rs 29,695.40 crore for the procurement of paddy in the kharif marketing season 2018-19, official sources said.

Punjab Govt. makes its employees accountable to check stubble burning

CHANDIGARH: To elicit maximum participation of Government officials in the ongoing anti-stubble burning campaign, the Punjab Government has issued detailed instructions to the entire staff of departments/boards/corporations and  cooperative societies thereby making them accountable for burning any  paddy straw on  the farms owned or cultivated by them .

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