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​Lyalpur Khalsa College organized 4th day of DST Sponsored INSPIRE Camp​

 On the 4th day of DST Sponsored INSPIRE Camp Dr. Bhajan Singh from Department of Physics, P.U. Patiala specially came to grow the occasion Principal Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra and Dr. Arun Dev Sharma Head Biotechenology welcomed him with flowers and momento. Dr. Bhajan Singh delivered his talks on “Radiation Pollution”. He told all radiation came from Universe, however some radiation are man made.

India gives medical visa to another Pakistani national

NEW DELHI: India on Friday issued a medical visa to another Pakistani national following a promise made by the Ministry of External Affairs on Independence Day.

Capt Amarinder announces Rs 363.43 crore Grant for Jalandhar's development

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday unveiled a slew of development works for Jalandhar, announcing an immediate grant of Rs 363.43 crore for the implementation of various ongoing and new schemes in the city.

UP CM visits Taj, vows to conserve Agra's 'rich history'

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday wielded a broom to clean an area outside the Taj Mahal and then visited the imposing monument which some of his party colleagues had dubbed a "blot" on Indian culture.

Bangladesh top priority among neighbours: Sushma

 : Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday said that Bangladesh gets priority among all of India's neighbours and bilateral ties were moving ahead at a fast pace.

Punjab NRI's in Jalandhar take lead to equip villages with ultra modern amenities

SANGHE KHALSA(Jalandhar):  With ultra modern gymnasium, Sewage Treatment Plant, well labyrinth roads, separate stormwater and sludge sewerage system, absence of filthy pond, potable drinking water supply, and other facilities village Sanghe Khalsa in the district has scripted a new success story with the active involvement of its NRI sons with the state government.

India gives more medical visas to Pakistanis

Continuing a trend that started after a promise made on Independence Day this year, India has issued medical visa for a one-year-old Pakistani seeking open heart surgery and a man seeking a liver transplant.

India to issue medical visas to two Pakistanis

 India will issue medical visas to a three-year-old and a man from Pakistan, both requiring urgent treatment, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said, living up to her promise made on Independence Day.

Danish waste water treatment company eyes India's Smart Cities

Danish waste water treatment company Aarhus Vand A/S is looking at India's Smart Cities project to lend its expertise in setting up integrated sewage treatment plants with a focus on generating power, company officials said.

Sasikala likely to come out of jail on parole

V.K. Sasikala, who is currently in Bengaluru prison following her conviction in a disproportionate assets case, is likely to come out soon on parole to visit her ailing husband M. Natarajan.

Beside ‘Raktdhar’ even Femina creating awareness for Transgender community

Anjali Lama became the first transgender model to walk the ramp at Lakmé Fashion Week. But the journey — bullying in school, professional rejection, sex reassignment — has not been easy for her.

Local government department appoints officers in charge of 4 Municipal Corporations & 28 Municipal councils/Nagar Panchayats

"The Punjab Government has a single pointed agenda that pertains to the overall development of every sphere in each constituency so as to provide all amenities to every section of the people. It is in keeping with this progress centric ideology that the Local Government Department has today appointed officers in charge of 4 Municipal Corporations and 28 Municipal Councils/Nagar Panchayats whose term has expired recently."

Google honours trailblazer Asima Chatterjee on birth centenary

Google on Saturday honoured Asima Chatterjee, the first woman to receive a Doctorate of Science in India with a Doodle.

Italy's Hera Group proposes setting up State-of-the-Art effluent treatment plant in Punjab

Encouraged by the industry-friendly policies of the Captain Amarinder led government, Italy’s multi-utility Hera Group has evinced interest in setting up an industrial waste conversion project in Punjab on BOT basis.

36 killed, over 26,000 civilians evacuated in Rakhine, says Myanmar

A total of 26,747 ethnic people have been evacuated to safe places in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state due to terrorist attacks since August 25, the government's Information Committee said on Wednesday.

Two brothers die cleaning 'septic tank' in Delhi

 Two brothers died of suffocation while cleaning a 'septic tank' of a city mall on Saturday afternoon, police said.

Beautification of Sultanpur Lodhi to mark starting of 550th Gurpurab celebration preparations : Sidhu

The Local Government Minister, Punjab, Navjot Singh Sidhu here today presided over a significant meeting with the Sultanpur Lodhi MLA Mr. Navtej Singh Cheema and the representative of noted environmentalist Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal, Baba Sukhjit Singh to discuss the modalities to make the celebrations during 550th gurpurab of Guru Nanak Dev Ji a momentous occasion. During the course of meeting, CEO of Punjab Water Supply and Sewerage Board Mr. Ajoy Sharma and other senior departmental officials were also present.

Beautification of Sultanpur Lodhi to mark starting of 550th Gurpurab celebration preparations : Sidhu

The Local Government Minister, Punjab, Navjot Singh Sidhu here today presided over a significant meeting with the Sultanpur Lodhi MLA Mr. Navtej Singh Cheema and the representative of noted environmentalist Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal, Baba Sukhjit Singh to discuss the modalities to make the celebrations during 550th gurpurab of Guru Nanak Dev Ji a momentous occasion. During the course of meeting, CEO of Punjab Water Supply and Sewerage Board Mr. Ajoy Sharma and other senior departmental officials were also present.

Punjab would run closed 65 STPs on Baba Seechewal model: Sidhu

Noted environmentalist Padamshree Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal today called on the Local Government Minister, Punjab, Navjot Singh Sidhu here at Punjab Municipal Bhawan as part of a twin purpose to operate closed sewerage treatment plants in the state as well as making the sewerage water fit for irrigational needs.

Delhi govt to bear surgery cost of Rs 5 lakh each of two hearing impaired kids

Punjab News Express/ SK.Vyas
NEW DELHI : Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday (July 14) handed over the authorization letter of financial assistance to two child patients who are suffering from B/L profound hearing loss.

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