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PMO advises DoT to help BSNL with wage bill till June

 The Prime Ministers' Office on Friday took stock of the telecom sector's financial position, including two ailing PSUS, and is learnt to have asked Department of Telecom to support BSNL, currently going through a huge financial crisis leading to salary default, till a new government takes over in June.

KMVites Clears Common Proficiency Test

JALANDHAR: Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Autonomous & Heritage Institution, Jalandhar, a pioneer institution of women education in North India has been constantly striving for the overall development of its student.

Vet Varsity graduates in high demand as Milkfed recruits 31

LUDHIANA: Milkfed, Punjab has recruited 31 dairy and veterinary students of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana as Assistant Manager (Management Trainees) in Procurement, Production, Quality Assurance and Animal Husbandry.

5G reserve price: TRAI says industry consulted

TRAI chairman R.S. Sharma on Wednesday put the ball back into the operators' court after they complained that the 5G spectrum reserve prices were higher, saying the operators were consulted over the base price and the government has not sought any further review on it so far.

Choose wisely - go organic this Holi!

With Holi -the festival of colours coming up -- everyone is busy buying colours, 'pichkaris', and balloons but with increasing environment pollution and severe allergic reactions to synthetic colours, there is a growing awareness among people to opt for organic variants.

30 temporary kiosks, shantoes reduced to ashes in Phagwara

PHAGWARA: More than 30 temporary shops including kiosks besides seven shanties of migrants were gutted in a devastating fire which broke in Kalsi Nagar market in Phillaur on midnight last night.

Khaira appoints Ashwani Patheja as President of its ‘Beopar’ wing (Trade wing)

 In a simple function held here at Jalandhar today, Punjab Ekta Party announced the formation of its Beopar wing and appointed Sh. Ashwani Patheja as its President. While presiding over the function Khaira said that he was very sure that the appointment of Sh. Ashwani Patheja will strengthen the party amongst the shopkeepers, traders and industrialists of Punjab.

BSNL, MTNL get Rs 1,000 cr to clear February wages

The government on Tuesday granted Rs 1,000 crore to Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) to help them clear their February wage bills.

Will do more to limit viral content: WhatsApp India

WhatsApp has taken several measures to limit the spread of misinformation and fake news on its platform in India but there is more to do to fully secure the platform, the company's India head Abhijit Bose said on Wednesday.

India to ground Boeing 737-MAXs at 4 p.m.: Ministry

Believing that exposure to e-cigarette vape is safe for children, parents are increasingly vaping both at home and in car, finds a study.

e-cigarette vape too not safe for children: Study

Believing that exposure to e-cigarette vape is safe for children, parents are increasingly vaping both at home and in car, finds a study.

Over 20 shops buried in Doda landslide

Over two dozen shops were buried following a landslide on Wednesday in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district, police said. No loss of life was reported.

Vet Varsity to organize 26th ‘Pashu Palan Mela’ from 15th March 2019

LUDHIANA: Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), Ludhiana will organize two days Pashu Palan Mela on March 15 and 16, 2019.

Smoking hookah not safe alternative to cigarettes

Do you believe smoking hookah is safer than smoking cigarettes? Think twice.

Ibuprofen manufacturer to set up new Rs.347 cr ancillary unit in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: Giving a further thrust to industrial development in Punjab, IOL Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Limited (IOLCP) on Friday announces its plans to expand its existing unit at village Dhaula, Barnala, and to set up an Ancillary Unit at Raikot, Punjab, bringing in a total fresh investment of Rs. 347 crore.

Four new Electric Cars you can consider as your next car in 2019

A secret that has been out for a while now is that the Electric Cars are the future. Love it, hate it, you can’t change it. Once we have utilized every last drop of oil from the face of the planet, there is no going back for at least a million years. Researches predict that by 2050, gasoline (petrol) will be out of reach of the common population and only be reserved for Government.

Akalis were not even able to maintain Guru Ghars during their government: Capt Amarinder

CHAMKAUR SAHIB(ROPAR): Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday lashed out at the Akalis for not taking care of even the ‘Guru Ghars’ during their 10-year of destructive rule, while announcing a slew of development projects for Chamkaur Sahib, including in-principle approval for the region’s upgradation as a Municipal Committee (MC).

Haryana cabinet approves excise policy, duty on Rum in CSD canteens reduced

CHANDIGARH: Riding the crest of a 23 per cent increase in Excise in the last year, Haryana's Cabinet today approved the Excise Policy for 2019-20 with a projection of an all time high target of Rs.7,500 Crore indicating a year­-on-year growth of 19 per cent from this year's Rs.6,300 Crore. The Excise Policy emphasises the launch of Ease of Doing Business (EODB) initiatives involving Application and Grant of Licenses online through the Department's Portal Time limits have been framed for each activity under the EODB. The renewal of Labels and Permissions for exports will be automated. Disposal of expired or confiscated beer will also be carried out under an environment friendly manner through the Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) of the breweries.

Trump announces plans to end $5.6 bn preferential trade programme for India

NEW YORK: US President Donald Trump has announced that he is ending India's $5.6 billion trade concessions under the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) programme, accusing New Delhi of not providing Washington "equitable and reasonable access" to its markets.

Transition from Underweight to Obesity in India

Overweight or Obesity is an abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health. It is measured using the simple screening tool, Body Mass Index (BMI) defined as weight in kilogram divided by square of height in meters of person.


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