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Three teens killed delivery boy in Chandigarh after fight over sweets

CHANDIGARH: A petty quarrel over sweets during the birthday celebrations of his younger brother cost 22-year-old Sandeep Yadav his life.

Himachal Pradesh Cabinet cancelled MoU for setting up Ski village in Kullu district

SHIMLA: The State Cabinet in its meeting held here today under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur decided to cancel the memorandum of understanding (MoU) and implementation agreement signed on 5 June, 2006 with M/s Himalayan Ski Village Limited for setting up of Ski village in Kullu district.

AIPEF seeks one month extension for comments on Electricity (Amendment ) bill

CHANDIGARH: All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) has requested the Government of India to extend the time period for  submitting the detailed comments on Electricity (Amendment ) Bill 2018 by one month .

Four killed as speeding private bus crushes car, hits bike in Haryana’s Jind

HISAR: Four persons were killed, including three of a family, when a private speeding bus crushed a car from the front and also collided with motorcycle near Ramrai village of Jind district in Haryana on Monday afternoon

Two held for killing AIG’s mother

JALANDHAR: The city police on Thursday solved the murder case of Sheila Rani, who was killed on the intervening night of September 16 and 17, by arresting two youths. She was the mother of Assistant Inspector General (AIG) of Police in the Punjab Armed Police (PAP) Sareen Kumar Prabhakar.
The accused have been identified as Shivam Sharma (23) and Karan Kumar (20).

Punjab cabinet gives in-principle nod to sports policy -2018 to promote sports & strengthen infrastructure

CHANDIGARH: In a major initiative to promote sports among youth, the Punjab Cabinet led by Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday gave in-principle approval to the new Sports Policy-2018, authorizing the Chief Minister to decide on the matter of issuing separate guidelines for recruitment under the Sports quota. 

Directs Completion of enter process of SC scholarship disbursement by end of 2018

 CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday ordered the release of the post matric SC scholarships for 2015-16 by the end of the month, with strict directives to complete the entire process of disbursement of the scholarship by the end of this year.

Power Sector Employees call for two-day nationwide strike

CHANDIGARH: Power sector employees has given a call for a two days nationwide strike on January  08 & 09 against Electricity (Amendment) bill 201  and privatization of power sector.  

Brahm Mahindra asks IMA and Private doctors to report Dengue cases to health department

CHANDIGARH: In a bid to nip the potential outbreak of dengue and Chikungunya in the bud and to put the health paraphernalia on high alert mode to check the virus in its early stages, the Health and Family Welfare Department today issued instructions to the Indian Medical Association, Punjab and all private practitioners to report any suspected/ confirmed dengue cases to the health Department immediately so that remedial measures could be taken without any delay.

"Partners in a marriage should have respect for each other's sexual autonomy"

NEW DELHI: In another landmark judgement, the Supreme Court on Thursday decriminalised adultery after striking down a British era law, Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code, terming it as unconstitutional, archaic and manifestly arbitrary, with one judge saying women can't be treated as "chattel".

Facebook executive calls WhatsApp co-founder 'low-class'

SAN FRANCISCO: Denying WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton's claims that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to undermine the instant messaging app's encryption technology, a top Facebook executive called Acton "low-class".

Bengal CM warns of stern action against hooliganism

KOLKATA: Peeved over the vandalism during the BJP-sponsored 12-hour shutdown in West Bengal on Wednesday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee warned that police will take stern action against those who indulged in hooliganism and violence.

SC upholds Aadhaar but with modifications

NEW DELHI:  The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar document but with modifications. It ruled it will not be required for opening bank accounts, admission in schools or to get mobile phone connections.

Bengal Bandh: BJP called shutdown hits normal life

KOLKATA:  Rail-blockades in many stations and sporadic incidents across West Bengal districts partially hit normal life in a 12-hour called shutdown by the BJP on Wednesday.

Punjab CM urges center for expeditious resoltuon of Kartarpur corridie issue with Pak

FATEHGARH SAHIB: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has urged the Centre for the expeditious resolution of the issue of the opening up of the Kartarpur corridor for the preparedness of 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

France concealing facts on Rafale deal: Congress

NEW DELHI: After the French government and Dassault Aviation contradicted former President Francois Hollande's claim in choosing Indian industrial partners in the multi-million dollar Rafale jet deal, the Congress on Saturday said the French statement "conceals more than it reveals".

Mohali court awards four years jail to Punjab Police ASI in bribery case

CHANDIGARH: A Mohali court  has sentenced an Assistant Sub inspector (ASI) Anup Singh of Police station Zirkapur for 4 years rigorous imprisonment in a bribery case .

Punjab cabinet okeys Sri Anandpur Sahib-Naina Devi project to boost tourism

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Cabinet led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has given approval for setting up a Ropeway between Sri Anandpur Sahib and Naina Devi ji in Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode to further promote tourism in the state.

Vasika Nawis are in a ambit of RTI: SIC Punjab

CHANDIGARH: State Information Commission, Punjab (SIC) has declared Vasika Nawis (Document Writers) as “Public Authority” and directed them to provide required information to the appellant.

Suicides by 2 IPS officers in 5 months rattles UP Police

Lucknow:Suicides, between May and September, by two of its bright officers -- one with the anti-terror squad (ATS) and the other posted as SP (East) in Kanpur -- has rattled the Uttar Pradesh Police, one of the largest such forces in the country.


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