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49 naib tehsildars transfered in Punjab

Punjab Revenue Department has issued transfer/posting orders of 49 Naib Tehsildars with immediate effects.
Disclosing this here today, an Official Spokesperson said that Additional Chief Secretary Revenue-cum-FCR has issued the orders of transfer.

Punjab Women Commission settled 35 cases in Lok Adalat

Punjab State Women's Commission Chairperson Mrs. Manisha Gulati has disposed of 35 cases in two days Lok Adalat held at the commission’s head office.

Punjab CM discusses cooperation on farm diversification with Dutch Ambassador

 Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday discussed a series of measures with the Netherlands ambassador to India for promotion of farm diversification in the state.

Minor widow killed by brother-in-law

 A minor widow has been done to death in the national capital allegedly by her brother-in-law and two others, two months after her husband committed suicide, police said on Tuesday.

Natural skin healing techniques for healthy, young skin

 Skin is the most sensitive part of outer body, so for having the desired beautiful skin, one needs to treat it with more care. Natural ingredients have their own specialty and can work wonders if used religiously, say experts.

Knowing working style of former PM Dr.Manmohan Singh-an unique experience

I cannot become a biographer of Dr. Manmohan Singh. My knowledge about him is quite recent. Mainly pertaining to his period as the PM. I knew his wife Gursharan Kaur a little bit. However, I tried to study the functioning of this extraordinary financial expert, bureaucratic style prime minister. My only contact with him was regarding Punjab’s well being. He knows Punjab very well and his solutions to Punjab’s problems are right on target. He became prime minister in May of 2004. His elevation to the prime minister’s title was totally unexpected.

England put India in to bat in ODI series decider

England skipper Eoin Morgan won the toss and put India in to bat in the series deciding third and final One-day International (ODI) at the Headingley cricket ground here on Tuesday.

Rahul does not love anyone but power: BJP

Launching a sharp attack on Rahul Gandhi, the BJP on Tuesday said that contrary to his claim in a tweet, the Congress President does not love anyone but power.

Rahul does not love anyone but power: BJP

Launching a sharp attack on Rahul Gandhi, the BJP on Tuesday said that contrary to his claim in a tweet, the Congress President does not love anyone but power.

Swami Agnivesh beaten up in Jharkhand, 20 detained

Social activist Swami Agnivesh was taken to hospital with injuries on Tuesday after suspected Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) activists thrashed him at Pakur in Jharkhand while shouting "Jai Shri Ram" slogans.

Sleep problems may indicate multiple sclerosis risk

 Scientists have found that multiple sclerosis (MS) may be identified at least five years earlier as the patients were more likely to undergo treatments for nervous system disorders like pain or sleep problems, according to a study.

Bail plea hearing of Kerala rape-accused priests postponed

 The Supreme Court on Tuesday postponed the hearing of anticipatory bail pleas of two Malankara Orthodox Church priests who are on the run after facing sexual abuse charges against a parishioner.

Kejriwal orders action against corruption in RTO

After a surprise inspection of one of Delhi's biggest Regional Transport Offices, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday warned of strict action against officers who indulge in corruption with help from touts.

Lokpal: Selection panel to meet on July 19, SC told

The Centre on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that the process to appoint the Lokpal was under way and that a meeting is due on July 19 to recommend a panel of names.

Four held for SSC exam impersonation

Rajasthan Police on Tuesday busted a four-member gang of impersonators involved in the SSC exam held on July 15 here. The police suspect inter-state involvement of the suspects in various other exmas.

Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan among world's highest-paid celebs

Bollywood superstars Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan, with earnings of $40.5 million and $37.7 million, have made it to Forbes' World's Highest-Paid Celebrities 2018 list, topped by former professional boxer Floyd Mayweather.

Soldier commits suicide on LoC

A soldier committed suicide while on duty on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, police said on Tuesday.

New Microsoft Skype version for desktop from September 1

Microsoft is rolling out the new version 8.0 of Skype for desktop, replacing its previously active "Skype Classic 7.0", from September 1.

I erase hatred, fear, I'm Congress: Rahul hits back at BJP

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday hit back at the BJP over alleged "Congress is for Muslims" remarks, spelling out in a tweet the philosophy of the party that "stands with the last person in the line" whose religion or caste doesn't matter.


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