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Chandigarh Champs beat Technocrats by 6 wkts

Brilliant batting by Gurjeet (42) and all-round performance by Harish Kumar (3 wickets and 15 runs) helped Chandiagarh Champs defeat Technocrats by six wickets in the 2nd Champions Corporate Cricket League organised by TSEN at the Barwala Cricket Stadium (Panchkula) today.

Study recommends speedy trial in rape cases

Kantawala also wanted that until the pendency of the case, the BMC should fit iron grills on a war footing on all the manholes and the drainage system of Mumbai, so that even if they were open or unattended, they can prevent a fall into the open drainage leading to death.

Bombay HC pained by doctor's death in drain

Expressing its anguish over the death of renowned gastroenterologist Deepak Amarapurkar in the Mumbai deluge, the Bombay High Court on Friday ordered the BMC and other respondents to file replies on open manholes in the city.

Punjab Vigilance registers case in irrigation scam

With a view to probe irregularities in allotment of tenders in the irrigation department, the Punjab Vigilance Bureau (VB) has registered a criminal case against Gurinder Singh contractor and four senior officers of the department including two retirees. The VB teams have conducted searches at various places for investigation purposes as the contractor have amassed huge wealth and acquired more than 30 properties worth Rs. 100 crores illegally in Chandigarh, Mohali, Ludhiana, Patiala and Noida.

PHD Chamber constitutes citizen-centric Demand-Side Management Task Force

 A structured consumer participation in managing power needs of the city would be the next step where the Chandigarh Administration is working to optimize and make city energy efficient, said Mukesh Anand, Chief Engineer, Union Territory, who was the special guest at the roundtable discussions held at PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry today. 

Higher Education Review ranks LPU among Top-two Private Indian Universities

Punjab News Express/ SK.Vyas
JALANDHAR : Higher Education Review magazine has ranked Lovely Professional University (LPU) among top-two private universities from all across India. Magazine has provided this high-status ranking in its latest ‘Top 100 Private Engineering Colleges Survey Special’ June 2017 edition. LPU has achieved top-ranks for having excellence in three categories: 

Won't participate in EC's EVM hackathon 'drama': AAP

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI: Terming the Election Commission's EVM-hacking challenge from June 3 a "drama", the AAP on Friday said it will not participate in the event.

Rayat Polytechnic hosts PTIS State Level Techfest-2017

Punjab News Express
ROPAR: The XI Annual one-day PTIS State Level Techfest-2017 was hosted here at Rayat Polytechnic College today. The Science & Technology fest conducted under the aegis of Punjab Technical Institutes’ Sports (PTIS), the governing body of polytechnic colleges of Punjab witnessed a never before mixture of events. The fest provided technical students to showcase, discuss, and enhance their technical skills. The overall trophy was bagged by Rayat Polytechnic College and the runner up overall trophy went to Mehr Chand polytechnic, Jalandhar.

EC planting stories on EVM inspection, no official word yet: Kejriwal

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday questioned the Election Commission's "open challenge" to political parties and experts to prove that EVMs can be manipulated.

Techno Virsa at Rayat Bahra off to grand start

Punjab News Express
MOHALI : Techno Virsa 2017, a two-day technical and cultural festival, took off to a grand start here today at the Rayat Bahra University campus. It was a splash of colours as the festival kicked off with over 3,000 students participating in the gala event.

Focus on skill development, says Rayat Bahra Univ V-C

Punjab News Express
PATIALA: Dr Raj Singh, Vice-Chancellor of the Rayat Bahra University, has reiterated the urgent need for universities and educational institutions to incorporate skill development courses in their syllabi. He said universities and colleges must impart education that is employable and create job opportunities to millions of educated youths.

Indian power sector scenario

Punjab News Express/Vinod Gupta
CHANDIGARH : Government of India has claimed that the country is expected to become power surplus as the all-India ‘power deficit’ has been easing. The deficit was 8.7 per cent in 2012-13 which has come down to 2.1 per cent in 2015-16. While this is good news, but it is not totally correct. While calculating power demand of the country, only people who are connected to the grid and have access to electricity at present are taken into consideration. The real demand that encompasses all citizens would be known only when India achieves universal energy access.

Innovation must to transform India into a global manufacturing hub- Dr Paul

Punjab News Express/S.K.Vyas
KAPURTHALA : INNOTECH-2016-a unique program aimed at encouraging innovativeness and creativity amongst the students and teachers of professional colleges was organized jointly by PGSC and IKG PTU at Science City Kapurthala. The Tech Fest also marked the celebration of annual day of Science City. Speaking on the occasion A.K Paul, Vice Chancellor, DAV University Jalandhar said that such competitions provide an opportunity to the students to learn how to apply their existing abilities to new areas, learn many new skills and foster a spirit of scientific inquiry. The initiative to organize the tech fest is indeed commendable and in conformity of what India is gearing up for. The fest will effectively support a new national program designed to transform India into a global manufacturing hub as well.

Innovation must to transform India into a global manufacturing hub : Dr. Paul

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH : INNOTECH-2016- a unique program aimed at encouraging innovativeness and creativity amongst the students and teachers of professional colleges was organized jointly by PGSC and IKG PTU at Science City Kapurthala. The Tech Fest also marked the celebration of annual day of Science City. Speaking on the occasion Dr. A.K Paul, Vice Chancellor, DAV University Jalandhar said that such competitions provide an opportunity to the students to learn how to apply their existing abilities to new areas, learn many new skills and foster a spirit of scientific inquiry. The initiative to organize the tech fest is indeed commendable and in conformity of what India is gearing up for. The fest will effectively support a new national program designed to transform India into a global manufacturing hub as well.

City based RoboChamps to rope in schools from across the globe

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH : In what could be a world record-breaking event, over 20,000 children will share the stage this year in India’s first and largest ever robotics show which would be held in New Delhi.

‘Indo-Israeli defence cooperation a platform to jointly access and capture world markets’

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI: “India and Israel together can form a formidable team to be world leaders in the defence arena. India with its frugal engineering skills and the repository of high technology with Israel, is a winning combination.

Chinese investors to set up industrial clusters in Punjab

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH : The Punjab Industries Minister Madan Mohan Mittal said that Chinese are all set to make big bang investment in Punjab and Punjab has accepted in principal their proposal to set up an Industrial Cluster in state as a joint venture.

Five-day livestock Expo-2015 at Sri Muktsar Sahib from January 8-12, 2015

CHANDIGARH : With an aim to promote allied farming activity in the state, the Punjab Government was all set to organize five-day livestock Expo-2015 at Sri Muktsar Sahib from January 8-12, 2015