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Punjab: Online property registration a success

Online property registration in the state has been a big success. Barely six months after the Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh launched this pilot project in November last, the state government has implemented online property registration system in 79 offices of 13 districts.

Punjab CM orders to form SIT to probe murder of senior journalist KJ Singh

CHANDIGARH: Acting on a directive from Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, the Punjab Police has set up a Special Investigative Team (SIT) under Inspector General (Crime) to probe the suspected murder of senior journalist KJ Singh and his mother.

Punjab Education secretary asks officers to implement court orders without delay

MOHALI: In keeping with the directions of the Education Minister, Punjab, Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary regarding immediate implementation of the court orders concerning departmental matters, the Secretary, Education Department Mr. Krishan Kumar here today presided over a high level meeting with the departmental officials at the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB). During the course of the meeting, the court cases related with the department as well as every wing of the Punjab School Education Board were reviewed.

AAP to probe all assets of Badals during 10-year rule

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH: If it is voted to power, the AAP said on Monday it will order a probe into all the assets raised by the families of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal during the 10-year rule of Punjab.

AAP volunteers gherao Badal’s ‘Sukhvilas’ resort, hold dharna at police barricades

AAP Govt will confiscate ‘Loot Mehal” resort raised with ill gotten money: Kanwar Sandhu
Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH: The volunteers of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today gheraoed Sukhvilas resort and Spa of Sukhbir Badal constructed in Palanpur forest area and sit on dharna on the road where police had laid barricades.

Celebratory firing leaves trail of deaths at Punjab weddings

By Jaideep Sarin 
CHANDIGARH: Kulwinder Kaur, 24, was dancing with fellow women dancers on the stage at a wedding function in Maur Mandi town in Bathinda district of southwest Punjab on the night of December 3. There was merry-making and drinking, which is typical of Punjabi weddings. Among the guests celebrating, there were a few openly brandishing weapons. As the music and dance went on, in the din came a few shots from firearms. One of these shots, allegedly fired by a drunk guest, hit Kaur on the head. She became the latest victim of wedding celebrations in Punjab and Haryana.

Incidence of skin diseases among children on the rise: Dr.Mehta

Punjab News Express/Y.S.Rana
CHANDIGARH: Incidence of skin diseases among small children is increasing every year, says Dr S.D Mehta, skin specialist and added that every year more and more children came under the grip of skin diseases. Small wonders, the queues at the skin OPDs in hospitals—PGI, General Hospital Sector 16 and GMCH 32 are lengthening by the day.

Punjab Police plans another offensive against drugs

Punjab News Express
PHILLAUR: To counter the problem of drugs in an effective manner, the Punjab Police has devised a multipronged strategy comprising of zero tolerance policy towards availability of narcotics, mapping of areas vulnerable to smuggling and peddling of drugs besides identifying all smugglers / peddlers to initiate immediate legal action against them.

Treatment of 100% blockage of arteries (CTOs) made simpler, safer

Punjab News Express
MOHALI: To treat highly complex 100 % blockage of the arteries which have remained blocked for over 100 days without resorting to the elaborate Coronary Artery Bypass surgery, is a stiff challenge for cardiologists. World renowned cardiologist Dr Jiro Ando, MD, from The University of Tokyo Hospital Japan, considered an expert in the treatment of this condition (medical term Chronic Total Occlusion - CTO), conducted a workshop on the subject with Dr Rakesh Kumar Jaswal, Director, Cardiology, Fortis Hospital Mohali, on the hospital premises.

Begging mafia spread roots all over Punjab and Chandigarh, kingpin nabbed

1224 child beggars found in Chandigarh city alone
CHANDIGARH: Punjab has become a safe heaven for begging mafia which has spread its roots to almost all the cities of Punjab and even the state capital Chandigarh, an Union Territiry where kidnapped children are pushed into begging. Punjab has already earned bad name for playing host to international drug mafia and domestic liquor, sand and transport mafias.

CMA & Fortis organize talk on “How to Manage Joint Pain”

MOHALI : Chandigarh Management Association (CMA) & Fortis Hospital organized a talk on “How to manage Joint pain at Fortis Hospital, Mohali.  Dr. Simon Singh, Assistant Consultant, Orthopedics, MBBS, MS (Ortho), Fortis Hospital was the Key Note Speaker whereas, Dr. Anshu Kataria, President, CMA and Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the event.


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