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Himachal installs 6K bins with BJP MPs' names

SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh has installed 6,000 dustbins along urban and rural roads displaying names of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Members of Parliament. Another 13,000 more are in the process of being installed.

Stop blaming China, Pakistan: Chinese media to India

BEIJING: India must self-introspect its anti-terrorism policy rather than blaming Pakistan for the Pulwama suicide bombing and China for blocking efforts to list Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist without proof, said a Chinese state-run newspaper.

AAP walks out of Vidhan Sabha on the issue of Dalit students and bail granted to Kolianwali

CHANDIGARH: The Aam Aadmi Party on Monday walked out of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha under the leadership of Lop Harpal Singh Cheema on the issue of govt. failing to provide scholarship and uniforms to dalit students and in opposition to the bail granted to close aide of former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, Dyal Singh Kolianwali.

Curfew temporarily relaxed in some parts of Jammu

JAMMU: The curfew in Jammu, which was imposed on February 15, was relaxed temporarily on Monday in some parts of the city, an official said.

Punjab CM asks center to adopt Tit-For-Tat policy with Pakistan

CHANDIGARH: Asserting that the entire country was fed up with the senseless killings of Indian soldiers every day, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday called for tough coercive action against Pakistan, which he suggested could be military, diplomatic or economic, or a combination of all three.

World Class Multicultural Mileage Depicted at ‘8th Amritsar International Folk Festival’

AMRITSAR: The international folklore was writ large at the 8th Amritsar International Folk Festival here today as the Punjabi and Polish artists shared stage and depicted world class multicultural mileage at Khalsa College for Women (KCW). The mesmerizing performance led by the Bydgoska artists from Poland offered a rare and magical performance, laving the audience spell bound.

Punjab govt slashed Petrol, Diesel rates by Rs.5 and Rs.1

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab government on Monday slashed the rates of petrol and diesel by Rs 5 and Re 1, respectively in the annual budget presented for the state.

Punjab cabinet ministers expose Capt-Badal bonhomie in Vidhan Sabha: Bhagwant Mann

CHANDIGARH: Aam Aadmi Party Sangrur Member of Parliament (MP) and Punjab unit chief Bhagwant Mann on Monday said that the allegations of the proverbial bonhomie between the Badals and Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh his party had been leveling stood ratified.

Punjab CM slams SAD for disrupting budget proceedings

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has slammed the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) for disrupting the proceedings of the House ahead of the important Budget presentation this morning.

Punjab IAS officers Association strongly condemn terror attack in Pulwama

CHANDIGARH: All the members of the Punjab State IAS officers Association have strongly condemned the reprehensible act of terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir.

Intense cold wave grips Himachal

SHIMLA: An intense cold wave gripped most parts of Himachal Pradesh on Monday with the weather office predicting more rain and snowfall in store.

Punjab police IG Paramjaj Singh Umrananagal arrested in Behbal Kalan firing case

CHANDIGARH: The Special Investigating Team(SIT) of Punjab Police formed to investiate case of Behbal Kalan firing on Sikh protesters in 2015 today arrested Paramraj Singh Umrananagal Inspoector General of Police from Chandigarh.

Punjab Budget session heats up as Akalis protest against Sidhu

CHANDIGARH: Angry scenes were witnessed in the Punjab Assembly in a war of words between state cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu and opposition Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) MLAs, especially Bikram Singh Majithia, which forced adjournment before the budget could be presented in the House here on Monday.

Govt. might lose revenue of over 60 crores due to delay in decision over vacant B.Ed seats

MOHALI: On the one hand due to the shortage of funds, State Govt. is facing financial crisis while on the other hand due to absence of clear cut policy, Dept of Higher Education is denying admissions to the willing students of other states in 5000-6000 vacant B.Ed seats in Punjab.

153 direct quota posts of teaching faculty in govt medical colleges to be filled

CHANDIGARH: In a major step towards strengthening the state’s healthcare system, the Punjab Cabinet led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday approved filling up of 153 vacant sanctioned direct quota posts of 42 professors, 46 associate professors and 65 assistant professors in the Government Medical Colleges at Amritsar and Patiala.

153 direct quota posts of teaching faculty in govt medical colleges to be filled

CHANDIGARH: In a major step towards strengthening the state’s healthcare system, the Punjab Cabinet led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday approved filling up of 153 vacant sanctioned direct quota posts of 42 professors, 46 associate professors and 65 assistant professors in the Government Medical Colleges at Amritsar and Patiala.

Punjab MLAs to donate a month's sa;ary to state's Pulwama Victims families

CHANDIGARH: Members of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha, led by the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, on Monday decided unanimously to donate a month's salary to the families of the four martyrs hailing from the state.

Ex-BJP man Kirti Azad joins Congress

NEW DELHI: Former BJP leader Kirti Azad, who was suspended by the party, joined the Congress here on Monday in the presence of party chief Rahul Gandhi.

PPCC to send list of Lok Sabha short listed candidates to Rahul Gandhi

CHANDIGARH: Sunil Jakhar President of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee(PPCC) today said that list of shortlisted names of candidates for 13 Lok Sabha seats of Punjab will be sent to AICC president Rahul Gandhi for final decision. Decision in this regard was taken todah a meeting of Election Committee of PPCC.

Himachal struggles to curb narcotics trade

SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh is turning into a haven for drug addicts due to easy availability of charas, a form of cannabis, in remote villages.

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