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FICCI ladies organisation launches it's 15th chapter in Holy City Amritsar

FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO), the women business wing of the Federation of Indian chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) as part of widening its reach to various regions across the nation and creating a niche as a pan- India organization for women empowerment launched its 15th Chapter in Holy city Amritsar today.

Those found guilty of wrong doings in previous regime would not be spared: Punjab CM

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday lambasted the SAD-BJP combine for the financial mismanagement and malfeasance unleashed in the state during their decade-long misrule, vowing not to spare anyone found guilty of the acts of commission and omission done by them.

Mobilise humanity to save rivers: Sadhguru

With a dire warning about the looming future of a waterless world, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev has made a plea for mobilising humanity to save the rivers of India and the world before it is too late.

Empowering rural women, girls: India's insight at UN

India has shared with other countries its insights on empowering rural women and girls at an event on the sidelines of the meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women drawing on its many programmes.

Extremely nasty form of politics taking root in India: Rahul

Asserting that there is a general atmosphere of intimidation that exists in India, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying an extremely nasty form of politics was taking root in the country and that "we will defeat him in the next election".

President of India confers 'Nari Shakti Puraskar' to Punjab for women empowerment

On this International Women’s Day, the women folk of Punjab is basking in the glory of pride and self esteem, when President of India today conferred the coveted National “Nari Shakti Puraskar” to the State of Punjab for making outstanding contribution towards women empowerment. This prestigious award was conferred to the state of Punjab during a grand function organized at Rashtarpati Bhawan, New Delhi on the occasion of International Women’s Day. Mrs. Razia Sultana, Social Security and Women and Child Development Minister Punjab received the award on behalf of Mr. Amarinder Singh, Chief Minister, Punjab. Mr. K.B.S. Sidhu , Special Chief Secretary (SS & WCD) and Mrs. Kavita Singh, Director (SS & WCD) were accompanying Mrs. Razia Sultana for receiving the award.

Punjab and Haryana High Court celebrate International Women's Day

Today, the Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association Celebrated a International Women’s day in the Auditorium, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh in the presence of Hon’ble Mr. Justice, T.P.S. Mann and other Hon’ble Judges, Advocate Generals Punjab and Haryana along with Lady Advocates and Other Members of the Bar Association. More than 500 Advocates attended this function. Mrs. Gauri Prashar Joshi, Director, Social Justice and Empowerment, Haryana also attended the function.

There is no tool for development more effective than empowerment of women : Preneet Kaur

 “Every single person who comes into the world has a right to dignified life, hope to achieve anything and equal opportunities.” These views were expressed by the former Union Minister Mrs. Preneet Kaur here today during ‘Women’s Pride Conclave’ organized by Zee Punjab Haryana Himachal (ZPHH) as part of the ‘International Women’s Day’.

Khalsa College Institutions Celebrate Women's Day

 On the occasion of International Women's Day, there were various events of celebrations and deliberations organised at Khalsa College of Education, Khalsa College for Women, Khalsa College of Nursing andother institions being run under Khalsa College Governing Council. There was a Poster Exhibition organized by the Khalsa College of Nursing students outside Khalsa College where the theme of 'Press for Progress' given by United Nations- Women was emphasized.

Women's Day: Sidhu reaches the border fence to salute brave hearts guarding the borders

Saluting their commitment and acknowledging their success, Punjab Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu reached the Indo-Pak border fence to celebrate Women's Day with brave hearts guarding the borders.

Caps no more to symbolize political alignments, but inseparable part of our culture: Himachal CM

SHIMLA: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while addressing a gathering at Circuit House in Solan today,  said that  time has come to bid farewell to cap politics in the state. In Himachal, political loyalties were denoted by the colour of caps.

Panjab University introduces NSS as an elective subject from this academic

CHANDIGARH: A decision of the Union Grants Commission (UGC) is likely to bring more future bureaucrats who have sufficient practical knowledge in community services during their academic career as the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) had already accorded its nod to incorporate NSS as an elective subject at graduation level.

HP State Commission to register NGOs working for cause of women

H.P. State Commission for Women has asked all the District Programme. Officers (ICDS) to submit the list of such NGOs/voluntary organizations in their respective district registered under Society Act, 2006.

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. 

India is the Surrogacy Capital of the world: Madhavi Divan

HYDERABAD: The three day National Women's Summit with theme "Women's Development to Women led Development" concluded here in the city today evening at Shilpakal Vedika.

3rd International Model United Nations Conference Commences at CGC Landran

The two-day 3rd International Model United Nations (MUN) conference commenced at Chandigarh Group of Colleges today. The highlight of this year’s conference will be Prayaas, a unique committee comprising specially-abled student delegates.

Punjab CM orders immediate release,regularisation of pending old age pensions

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has ordered immediate release of pending old age pensions, with strict instructions to regularise payment to the beneficiaries.

Rana Gurjit reiterates firm commitment of Congress for empowering women

JALANDHAR: Reiterating the firm commitment of Congress party for empowering the women in the country, Irrigation and Power Minister Rana Gurjeet Singh today said that introduction of 50% reservation to ladies in civic bodies was a step towards this direction.

SIOLI organise Gramotsavam & walk for humanity at village Seonk

For the first time the bar members of Punjab and Haryana judiciary have come together for a unique initiative. Serving in Organizations for Legal Initiatives (SIOLI) and Punjab and Haryana Bar Association have taken the onus on themselves. The members are organizing a Gramotsav, village walk at Village Seonk of Chandigarh. This initiative is aimed at improving the livelihood and living standards of the residents of the villages particularly of women and children.

 
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