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Punjab : Two IAS Officers transferred

Punjab goverment has issued the postings orders of two IAS officers. As per orders Shri Raj Kamal Chaudary,IAS is posted as secretary, Expenditure (Department of Finance) with additional charge of secretary, Removal of Grievances.

Punjab Markfed opens counter in Hongkong for sale of its products

 In a giant leap forward towards strengthening the cooperative institutions of Punjab under the guidance of the Cooperation Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, the Markfed has spread its wings and opened a sale counter at Hongkong. Owing to the efforts of the India Food Mart, the sales counter has been opened at famous Indian market ‘Chung King Mansions’ in Kamal Sweet. The counter was inaugurated by the Director Markfed Mr. Sandeep Singh Randhawa. During the occasion, Mr. Randhawa said that even though it is a new market for the Markfed but in the coming time no stone would be left unturned in the aggressive marketing of Markfed products.

Hongkong to savour Markfed products

 In a giant leap forward towards strengthening the cooperative institutions of Punjab under the guidance of the Cooperation Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, the Markfed has spread its wings and opened a sale counter at Hongkong. Owing to the efforts of the India Food Mart, the sales counter has been opened at famous Indian market ‘Chung King Mansions’ in Kamal Sweet. The counter was inaugurated by the Director Markfed Mr. Sandeep Singh Randhawa. During the occasion, Mr. Randhawa said that even though it is a new market for the Markfed but in the coming time no stone would be left unturned in the aggressive marketing of Markfed products.

Nehal Wadher 3rd Cricketer from Ludhiana to play at International level

 Another star from Punjab has risen on the cricketing firmament of the country. The city of Ludhiana has given another budding cricket star to the nation in the form of Nehal Wadhera who has been selected in the U-19 squad for the tour of Sri Lanka.

Dalit and Hindu leaders arrested for violence sent to judicial custody

PHAGWARA: All Nine alleged accused belonging to Hindu Organisations and Dalits Outfits arrested under relevant sections of IPC allegedly responsible for April 13 night Phagwara Violent/Communal Clashes were produced before Judicial Magistrate Phagwara through Video Conference on Friday afternoon who sent them in Judicial Jail till June 7.This was confirmed by Senior Superintendent of the Police Kapurthala Sandeep Sharma while talking to this correspondent here on Friday Evening.

7 Maoists killed in Odisha encounter

At least seven Maoists were gunned down in separate encounters with security personnel in Odisha's Kandhamal and Balangir districts in last two days, said an official on Monday.

India, Nepal agree to boost trade, people-to-people, connectivity ties

KATHMANDU: In what can be seen as a series of steps to mend their ties, India and Nepal on Saturday agreed to boost trade and economic links, connectivity via air, land and water, people-to-people ties, with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declaring that his country will work like a sherpa in the Himalayan nation's development endeavours.

Punjab Government cannot even think about abolishing free power facility to farmers- Suresh Kumar

In a seminar for farmers held here today, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief minister Suresh Kumar said that keeping in view the meager situation of farming community due to the stagnation in the agricultural sector, the Punjab Government under the leadership of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh cannot even think about to abolish the free power facility to the farmers.

483 degrees conferred during 39th convocation of GGSCW-26 Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH: Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh organized its 39th Convocation and Annual Prize Distribution at the College premises on May 01, 2018. Shri Rubinderjit Singh Brar, Director Higher Education, U.T. Administration was the Chief Guest of the event. Shri Rubinderjit Singh inaugurated a new Research Cell, set up under RUSA, at the campus to facilitate research work in the College.

Dalit Youth injured in Phagwara communal clash succumbs to injuries

PHAGWARA: Dalit Youth Yaswant Bobby (19) who sustained bullet injury in violent clash of April 13 night succumbed to his injuries in DMC Hospital  Ludhiana hospital at 1.45 AM  after 16 days of struggle between life and death on Sunday. Internet services have been suspended in entire Doaba Region from Saturday night 11PM to Sunday night 11.59 PM to prevent rumors being spread on social media by miscreants.

Amritsar metro bus project to run full throttle by September this year: Navjot Singh Sidhu

The prestigious Metro Bus Project of Amritsar city would be operating full throttle by the month of September this year and before that in the month of June the buses would be run on trial basis to assess the viability of the project in order to ensure its success.

Normalcy returns in Phagwara after IGP gave assurance of justice to victims communal tension

PHAGWARA: Though  The Corporation town  Phagwara is still under communal tension following the April 2 Bharat bandh, but with hard efforts and initiative of Inspector General of Police Naunihal Singh and AIG Harkamalpreet Singh Khakh normalcy seemed to be returned in Phagwara on Wednesday after two days Phagwara Bandh and dharna being given by the shopkeepers and activists of General Samaj Manch today.

Film celebs unify in demanding justice for Kathua rape victim

Film stars, directors, singers and composers -- the Indian film industry is unified in condemning the "barbaric" and "appalling" rape of a minor in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua district. They are "disgusted" by the silence of the government.

Seminar on Trends in Food Business at Khalsa College

The department of Food Science and Technology, Khalsa College today organized a national seminar on “Recent Trends in International Food Business” in which resource person Dr. Pravin Jadhav from Institute of Infrastructure, Technology, Research and Management, Ahmedabad and Pratik Navale from Federation Of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) set up by Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt of India, shared valuable tips today.

Annual academics result declared at Baba Zorawar Singh Fateh Singh Sen. Sec. Public school

The annual academic result was declared today in B.Z.S.F.S. Sr. Sec. Public School, FGS amidst great zest and elation. S. Amarinder Singh Libra, President, school Trust was Hon’ble Chief Guest on the occasion. The programme commenced with the Shabad. 

Names of 39 Indians confirmed dead in Iraq

Of the 39 Indians whose killings in Iraq were confirmed by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj here on Tuesday, 27 were from Punjab, four from Himachal Pradesh, six from Bihar and two from West Bengal.

More than one lakh volunteers from the seven districts of Jalandhar division to take oath with CM for making Punjab a drug free state

More than one lakh volunteers from the seven districts of Jalandhar Division would take oath along with the Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on March 23rd, the martyrdom of Shaheed-e-Aazam Bhagat Singh, to be observed as ‘youth empowerment day’ for wiping out the curse of drugs from the state.

Amarinder Singh's one year rule a complete disaster : Kamal Sharma

Former Punjab BJP President and National Executive member, Kamal Sharma, today said that Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab government has miserably failed on all fronts with the Congress ministers and MLA's plundering resources of state with both hands.

Blood Donation Camp organised by CGC Landran

Driven by the noble motive of contributing towards saving precious lives, around 400 volunteers comprising students and faculty donated more than 400 units of blood at a blood donation camp organised by Chandigarh College of Education, Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran in association with PGIMER, Chandigarh and Rotary Club, Kharar. The camp was organized to highlight the importance of Blood Donation that helps save thousands of lives.

'Pari' will send chills up your spine

There is a heartstopping moment of elemental candour in this chilling portrayal of love amidst satanism, where Anushka Sharma, in what easily ranks as her best performance to date, is seen scavenging food from a dustbin. The irony of the situation, suffused as it is in a surfeit of ominous forebodings, is that she is ferreting for discarded food in a kitchen with a refrigerator filled with food.

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