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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.

SAD condemns Cong govt for turning blind eye to suffering of farmers in mandis

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today condemned the Congress government for turning a blind eye to the suffering of farmers, saying the entire procurement process had become paralyzed due to mismanagement and demanded immediate lifting of wheat from markets and restart of procurement which it said had been deliberated reduced.

IPL: Rajasthan overcome Mumbai by 3 wickets, jump to 5th spot

K. Gowthams quickfire 33 not out off 11 deliveries helped Rajasthan Royals overcome Mumbai Indians by three wickets here on Sunday as they ended their two-match losing streak in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Shemrock School remembered Asifa Bano and organized candle light march vigil

MOHALI: Parents, staff and students Shemrock School sector -69  organised  a candlelight march in the memory of 8 year old Asifa Bano . This child was molested, manled and killed by unspeakable brutality by clearly insane men in Kathua, J&K. They are now remanded to judicial custody. The march started  from  phase -7  near post office. The incident which has sparked nationwide outrage is an eye-opener to how vulnerable women really are in India.

Dal Khalsa trashes Indian govt’s demand for legal action against Sikh demonstrators in UK

AMRITSAR: Dal Khalsa trashed Indian foreign ministry’s demand for legal action against Sikh demonstrators that allegedly torn down Indian tricolour during protest against PM Narendra Modi’s visit to UK to attend Commonwealth heads of Government Meeting.

Chhina accuses opposition Political Parties’ Impeachment attempt as `Politically Motivated’ `Attack on Judiciary’

Punjab Bhartiya Janta Party senior leader Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina today hit at the opposition Congress and other allied parties for raking unnecessary controversy by launching an unprecedented bid to impeach Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. He said the attempt smacks of political motives behind without realizing that it will lower the prestige and independence of the judiciary which is prominently enshrined in the constitution.

Turban integral part of Sikhism – Sukhbir Badal

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today said the turban was an integral part of Sikhism and that the party would take up the query raised on this issue by the Supreme Court with the central government to ensure this issue was resolved once and for all.

Around 75 lakh children to be vaccinated against measle, rubella in Punjab: Brahm Mahindra

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government is going to initiate the "State-wide Vaccination Campaign against Measles-Rubella" from 1st May, 2018 as part of National strategy to eliminate Measles and control Rubella in the country.

Punjab IAS officer given additional charge

As per the orders issued today by the Punjab Government, Mr. Showkat Ahmad Parray Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Patiala would also look after the work of the post of Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Patiala in addition to his present assignment during the period Mr. Gurpreet Singh Khaira remains on earned leave (Ex-India) i.e. from 21-4-2018 to 13-5-2018.

DGR organized one day capacity building workshop on geospatial awareness

Directorate of Governance Reforms, Punjab has organized one day Capacity Building workshop on Geospatial awareness conducted by Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh (Deemed to be University) in association with Kalpana Chawla Chair & Centre of Excellence in Geospatial Technologies.

LPU signs MoU with one of the Canada’s top 'Trent University'

JALANDHAR: Lovely Professional University (LPU) has signed another important Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Canada’s top university; Trent University in Chandigarh. This collaboration is to create more international opportunities for students, which are to work on student exchange programs and joint research projects. Students of computer science, management, law, agriculture, forensic science, media studies, and psychology programs will be much benefitted through this tie-up.

Punjab Sikh woman pilgrim converts to Islam, remarries in Pakistan

A Sikh woman pilgrim from Hoshiarpur district has reportedly converted to Islam and married a Lahore-based Pakistan national, reports reaching her family in Punjab have indicated.

Greenwood Gurdwara incident does not reflect Sikh values: SikhsPAC chairman

Sikhs Political Action Committee Chairman Gurinder Singh Khalsa has expressed deep concern over the recent clash at Gurdwara Shri Guru HarGobind Sahib Ji - Greenwood, Indianapolis. He described the incident 'unfortunate'. 

'Project Saarthi' kick starts at PGI

Project Saarthi’ a vision of the Chandigarh Administration turned into realty with the launch of four-hour orientation programme was held by the State NSS Cell in collaboration with the Indian Red Cross Society and PGIMER at Dev Samaj College of Education, Sector 36 on Monday.  Selected volunteers from 11 City colleges have attended the orientation programme. During the programme selected NSS volunteers were apprised of their job, objective and purpose of the project. 

Patiala Law university wins Leiden-Sarin Trophy in Korea

Law students of Patiala bring back the Leiden-Sarin Trophy after a tough international moot court competition in aviation law at Seoul, Korea.

Project Saarthi’ a vision of the Chandigarh Administration

Project Saarthi’ a vision of the Chandigarh Administration turned into reality with the launch of four-hour orientation programme was held by the State NSS Cell in collaboration with the Indian Red Cross Society and PGIMER at Dev Samaj College of Education, Sector 36 on Monday. Selected volunteers from 11 City colleges have attended the orientation programme. During the programme selected NSS volunteers were apprised of their job, objective and purpose of the project. 

IPL: RCB opt to field against winless Mumbai

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to field against winless Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium here on Tuesday.

Punjab's flavours resonate at 'Pind da swad' food fest

Biting into a "tandoori meat da chap" at the "Pind da swad" food festival at the Leela Ambience here was akin to being transported to the land of the five rivers; such were the flavours that came through.

Hundreds throng Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar Fishers

Attorney General of Indiana Curtis Hill, Senator Jim Merritt , Indiana State House of Representative Todd Huston and Senate candidate Mike Braun, Candidate for Hamilton County Superior Court I Judge Will Riley were among more than 500 devotees who thronged Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar Fishers to celebrate Vaikashi and 319th Anniversary of the Creation of Khalsa.

Imran Tahir to play for Guyana Amazon Warrior in Caribbean Premier League

Imran Tahir, who is currently playing for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League in India, will be appearing for the Guyana Amazon Warriors at the Hero Caribbean Premier League. He is looking forward to this new challenge.

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