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Punjab Police shot dead a gangster in encounter in HP, three arrested

SHIMLA:  Punjab Police on Saturday killed a gangster and arrested two of his accomplices in Himachal Pradesh's Bilaspur district after a brief encounter.

Himachal again heading for a lean apple harvest

The crunchy and luscious apples of Himachal Pradesh are once again literally in the eye of the storm, with government estimates saying their overall production is expected to decline with the weather playing havoc.

Himachal again heading for a lean apple harvest

The crunchy and luscious apples of Himachal Pradesh are once again literally in the eye of the storm, with government estimates saying their overall production is expected to decline with the weather playing havoc.

Himachal again heading for a lean apple harvest

SHIMLA: The crunchy and luscious apples of Himachal Pradesh are once again literally in the eye of the storm, with government estimates saying their overall production is expected to decline with the weather playing havoc.

Himachal's Palampur gets record rainfall

The hills of Himachal Pradesh continued to experience rains on Friday with Palampur recording the heaviest rainfall in the state at 75 mm, officials said.

Work on Chakki-KatoriBangla National Highway connecting Punjab with HP to begin soon

CHANDIGARH: The Chakki-Dhar-Dunera-Katori Bangla   road   up to  Himachal Pradesh boundary having Length 39.36 km has been declared as NH-154A.   Keeping in view the fact that this is an important stretch of road which connects   Punjab   with   the Himachal   Pradesh   and   Jammu   & Kashmir, State government is keen to commence the work at the earliest, informed Mr. Vijay Inder Singla, PWD Minister Punjab.

Punjab Tourism policy needs a new look with focus on Amritsar

Tourism is the biggest economy of the world. The mainstay of the economies of cities of New York, Paris, London, Saint Petersburg, Los Angeles, Geneva, San Francisco, Washington D.C. Cairo and Rome is tourism. Other economies like industrial economy and trade can boom and bust, depending on the situation prevailing in the world. Punjab is passing through a bad period of economy. The solutions are hard and financial belt tightening is essential.

Dr David keeps the kidney patients off dialysis

CHANDIGARH:  At a cost of less than one Dollar a day that is too without dialysis treatment to kidney patients, sounds incredible but it made possible by Dr David W. Moskowitz (nephrologist) from USA. He is in Chandigarh not for a picnic but on a mission to get rid of kidney patients from painful and costly dialysis. He has devised his own instrumentation—GenoMed—recognized to have a number of advantages over the traditional ones in treatment of kidney patients.

Mercury up as monsoon remains weak in Himachal

Temperatures across Himachal Pradesh rose on Saturday with the Southwest monsoon remaining subdued on the third day and similar conditions likely till July 10, a weather official said here.

Traffic on Kalka-Shimla track restored

Rail traffic on the Kalka-Shimla track -- a world heritage site -- was disrupted for over two hours on Wednesday in Himachal Pradesh owing to landslides following rainfall, an official said.

‘Thank You Himachal Pradesh’ says Airtel as it crosses 35 lakh mobile customers mark in the state

Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s largest telecommunications service provider, today said that it has crossed the 35 lakh customers’ mark in Himachal Pradesh. With this, India’s fastest mobile network has further cemented its leadership position in the state.

Landslides hit rail traffic on Kalka-Shimla track

Rail traffic on the Kalka-Shimla track -- a world heritage site -- was disrupted on Wednesday in Himachal Pradesh owing to landslides following rainfall, an official here said. Nobody was injured.

Landslides hit rail traffic on Kalka-Shimla track

Rail traffic on the Kalka-Shimla track -- a world heritage site -- was disrupted on Wednesday in Himachal Pradesh owing to landslides following rainfall, an official here said. Nobody was injured.

Himachal may get heavy rains

Hills of Himachal Pradesh may experience rainfall in the next one day with chances of heavy spells in low and mid hills, a weather official said here on Sunday.

Scholarship at Aryans, Chandigarh before 30th June

Last date to apply for various scholarship schemes at Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh is 30th June. Hundreds of students have already registered for these schemes at Aryans. Interested students can give a missed call on Scholarship helpline number 1800-123-3633 or call on 98762-99888, 98765-99888 or may register on Aryans website www.aryans.edu.in

Punjab CM directs immediate release of Rs 80 crore for school education

 Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday directed the Finance Department to immediately release Rs.80 crore for the school education department, while reiterating his willingness to slash the budget of other departments to make funds available for the reform of the state’s education sector.

Shimla battles worst water crisis in decades

Shimla in Himachal Pradesh famous tourist spot experienced the worst water crisis in its history. As the city received nearly 60 per cent less water daily since May 18 last and the crisis could hit the state’s economy by 7.2 per cent of its gross domestic product (GDP). The crisis is writings on wall and the need of the hour is to see the writing. Not just Himachal Pradesh many Indian states are facing acute water shortage due to many reasons. 

Himachal gets sanctioned Rs. 1800 crore projects for tourism development: CM

SHIMLA: The State Government was laying special emphasis on providing quality infrastructure in all existing educational and health institutions of the State.  Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur stated this while addressing a public meeting at Gadagusaini after laying foundation stone of Science Lab Building of Government Senior Secondary School Gadagusaini to be constructed at a cost of Rs 1.57 crore.

Himachal gets sanctioned Rs. 1800 crore projects for tourism development: Jai Ram Thakur

 The State Government was laying special emphasis on providing quality infrastructure in all existing educational and health institutions of the State. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur stated this while addressing a public meeting at Gadagusaini after laying foundation stone of Science Lab Building of Government Senior Secondary School Gadagusaini to be constructed at a cost of Rs 1.57 crore.

Hockey India Member Units mark 70th Olympic Day celebrations

t was that time of the year when Hockey India's Member Units came together in unison to mark this year's Olympic Day with innovative ways to spread the spirit of sportsmanship. Through various activities, it was Hockey India's initiative to strengthen the link that children, young people and adults already have with the sport and through these activities it brought together people from different walks of life without any gender and physical biases, to provide an opportunity to get their first experience of the sport.

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