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40 Nepalese pilgrims injured in Varanasi accident

orty Nepalese pilgrims were injured in a road accident in Varanasi, police said on Saturday.

CBI raids house of Punjab Police IG Gurinder Singh Dhillon in a bribery case

CHANDIGARH: The CBI today raided the house and office of senior Punjab police officer, IGP Ferozepur range Gurinder Singh Dhillon following the arrest of a middleman who accepted Rs.10 lakhs as bribe from a retired police officer former SSP Vigilance Shiv Kumar Sharma..

AIPEF to discuss power sector reforms

All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) is holding Federal Council meeting on August 18 to chart out the future course of their resistance against the amendment Bill and discuss the power sector reforms.

Mediocre performance of east Punjab TV news

East Punjab is passing through a very bad phase in Punjabi language news. Ever since TV news have been opened to private sector, the standard of news has gone worse in the country in general and Punjab in particular. Objectivity is a big casualty in Punjab. Even the spoken language is not standardized. Some Urdu vocabulary is pronounced incorrectly. Some American names are distorted too.

Punjab Government to run all cooperative sugar mills: Sukhjinder Randhawa

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government would not close any cooperative sugar mill instead all out efforts would be made to run all cooperative sugar mills. This was disclosed here today by the Cooperation Minister, Punjab, Mr. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa during the course of chairing a meeting of the departmental officers and the MLAs regarding the present condition of the cooperative sugar mills of the state and taking futuristic measures in this regard. In the meeting held at Punjab Bhawan, S. Randhawa said that the cooperative sugar mills running in losses would be renovated and transformed & better performance would be derived from them.

Punjab Roadways/ Punjab fleet to be strengthened with 333 ordinary & 31 AC Volvo buses: Aruna Chaudhary

 "The Punjab Government under the visionary leadership of the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is fully committed to provide better travelling facilities to the people of the state and it is in keeping with this mission that the Punjab Roadways/Punbus would add 333 ordinary and 31 super integral AC Volvo buses to its fleet by September 2018." This was disclosed by the Transport Minister, Punjab, Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary here today while interacting with the mediapersons after flagging off 10 AC Volvo as well as 4 ordinary buses from the Baba Banda Singh Bahadur ISBT during the first phase.

Haryana Vigilance bureau recommends registration of criminal case against 19 gazetted officers

Haryana State Vigilance Bureau has recommended registration of criminal case against 19 Gazetted Officers, 20 Non-Gazetted Officers, 10 private persons and officers and officials in 22 investigations conducted by it during the month of May 2018. The Bureau has also recommended departmental action against 27 Gazetted officers and 34 Non-Gazetted Officers in another investigation conducted by it.

Prof Raj Kumar appointed Vice-Chancellor Panjab University, Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH: Mr.Vainkaya Naidu the Vice President of India, the Chancellor of Panjab University, Chandigarh has appointed Prof Raj Kumar, Dean and Head, Institute of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University (BHU)  as the Vice-Chancellor of Panjab University for a term of three years with effect from 23” July, 2018 or from the date he assumes charge of his office as the Vice-Chancellor.

Kerala tops in governance, Karnataka 4th, says report

Kerala stands as the best governed state in the country and Karnataka is in the fourth position, said the Public Affairs Index 2018 released by the think tank Public Affairs Centre (PAC) here.

Industrial investment in Punjab gets massive boost : Capt Amarinder

 Punjab’s industrial investments have received a massive boost in the first quarter of the current fiscal, with project proposals going up 50% and monthly average of actual investments increasing by 125% over Q1 of FY2017-18.

CBI books medical council staffer for graft

NEW DELHI: The CBI has registered a case against a clerk in Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) for allegedly demanding bribe for enhancement of seats in Maharashtra's Kolhapur-based Late Kedari Redekar Ayurvedic Mahavidyalaya, an official said on Monday.

Rather than making news, Navjot Sidhu must ask Captain to take action against Badals: Adv. Dinesh Chadha

The general secretary of Aam Aadmi Party and RTI activist Adv. Dinesh Chadha on Monday asked cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu to avoid making just headlines of newspapers and ask CM Capt. Amarinder Singh to act against Badals for the gross violations during 10 years of Akali rule.

CBI books medical council staffer for graft

 The CBI has registered a case against a clerk in Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) for allegedly demanding bribe for enhancement of seats in Maharashtra's Kolhapur-based Late Kedari Redekar Ayurvedic Mahavidyalaya, an official said on Monday.

Punjab to have the best industrial policy in country, claims minister

CHANDIGARH: Cabinet Minister for Industries and Commerce Punjab Mr Sunder Sham Arora today said that very soon, Punjab would have the best industrial policy amongst all states of the country. He said that the Punjab government is committed for the welfare of industrialists and that is why, it is being prepared in consultation with all stakeholders.

2 BSF troopers among 3 arrested for weapon snatching in J&K

Two Border Security Force (BSF) troopers and a civilian have been arrested in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district after a foiled weapon snatching attempt, police said.

Had damaging information on Trump: FBI agent

Controversial FBI agent Peter Strzok said on Thursday that he had damaging information on US Prtesident Donald Trump during the 2016 US presidential election that may have derailed his campaign.

Punjab Vigilance nabs 14 employees in bribery cases during June

State Vigilance Bureau, during its ongoing campaign against corruption, has been able to nab 19 officers of different departments red handed while accepting bribes during the month of June, which included 9 police personnel, 3 of revenue department and 7 of other departments. All the apprehended officers/officials were booked under different provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

Punjab CM announces free treatment at State-Run centres for poor drug addicts

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday announced free treatment for poor drug addicts at all state-run de-addiction centres, and also ordered the police not to harass addicts or their families in any way.

AAP demands scrapping of auction of cattle fairs to private contractors

The Aam Aadmi Party has demanded scrapping of the system of auctioning of cattle fairs (Pashu Melas) in the state to private contractors and demanded instead that these be organized by the Department of Panchayats & Rural Development on the pattern of Haryana State.

Jharkhand shutdown evokes mixed response

 A state-wide shutdown called by the opposition in Jharkhand to protest against an amendment to the Land Acquisition Act authorising direct parchases witnessed mixed response on Thursday.


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