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Vigilance arrests PSPCL Lineman,middleman for accepting bribe of Rs.30,000

State Vigilance Bureau arrested PSPCL Lineman and a private person for accepting a bribe.

CBI files charge sheet against Choksi, ex-PNB MD in USD 2 bn scam case

The Central Bureau of Investigation has today filed a charge sheet u/s 120-B r/w 409 & 420 of IPC & Sec 13(2) r/w 13(1) (c) & (d) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 and substantive offences thereof against a Managing Director of Mumbai based private company & his three companies (including gems and jewellery) based at Mumbai; their four employees/associates, and 10 officials of the Punjab National Bank including the then MD & CEO, two Executive Directors & one General Manager in the Court of Special Judge, CBI cases, Mumbai on the allegations of committing a fraud of Rs.7080.86 crore (approx) perpetrated on the Punjab National Bank.

British Columbia invites skilled Indians to join thriving tech industry

British Columbia, the Canadian province that is a leader in technology and has one of the fastest growing tech ecosystems in the world, is looking at a shortfall of 30,000 skilled individuals to fill tech-related jobs, with India as an important catchment area for recruiting immigrant talent.

Punjab Vigilance bureau nabs Patwari,private person for accepting bribe

State Vigilance Bureau today nabbed a revenue Patwari along with a private person red-handed for accepting bribe.

Bhahm Mahindra gives wakeup call to all the concerned departments for prevention and control of dengue

ealth Minister Punjab Brahm Mohindra reviewed the preparedness of each concerned department for the coming dengue season. He expressed that Chief Minister Punjab Capt. Amarinder Singh has also conveyed his serious concern regarding control of dengue in the current transmission season & has given directions that all stakeholder departments must work collectively to tackle the disease in the State.

Punjab Vigilance nabs PSPCL JE,private person for accepting bribe

State Vigilance Bureau arrested a Junior Engineer (JE) of PSPCL and his agent for accepting a bribe of Rs. 8000.

Seven killed as bus rolls down hill in Himachal

At least seven persons were killed and 12 injured when a bus skidded off the road and rolled down the hill in Sirmaur district in Himachal Pradesh on Sunday, an official said.

Two killed in Maharashtra group clashes; ACP critical

AURANGABAD: At least two persons were killed and more than 40 injured, including 10 policemen, when clashes broke out between two groups in this famed Maharashtra tourist town, an official said.

Modi rejects Congress' charge over unemployment

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday rejected the Congress' charges against the government for not creating enough jobs for the unemployed in the country and claimed several of its initiatives resulted in the growth of jobs in the public, private and personal sectors.

I'm protective about my personal life: Sonam Kapoor

NEW DELHI:  Actress Sonam Kapoor, who is all set to tie the knot with her long-time Delhi-based businessman boyfriend Anand Ahuja, says she is an extremely private person and is very protective about her personal life.

PSPCL achieves major reduction in losses under Capt Amarinder Government

The Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has achieved significant reduction in losses through a series of strategic initiatives, taken during 2017-18, under the directives of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.

Brahm Mohindra lashes out at rumormongers spreading malicious propaganda against MR campaign

Brahm Mohindra, Health and Family Welfare Minister today strongly lashed out at the unscrupulous elements spreading misinformation against the MR Campaign on the social media by saying that appropriate legal action be taken against such anti social elements.

OP Soni demands Sukhbir badal's resignation in wake of CM's rebuttal to SAD Chief's charges on history books

Lashing out at the Akalis over the disinformation campaign unleashed by them on the issue of school history books, Punjab School Education Minister OP Soni has demanded the resignation of SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal in the wake of the Chief Minister’s detailed rebuttal to his baseless allegations.

Punjab CM now blames SAD and SGPC for 'deletion' of Sikh chapters from 12th class history book

CHANDIGARH: After SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal challenged Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh over the issue of Sikh Gurus in school history books, the latter on Monday trashed their vile allegations, and warned them against harming the interests of the state by playing politics on an issue involving religious sentiments and sensitivities.

Not just Facebook, Twitter also sold data to Cambridge Analytica researcher

After the massive Facebook data scandal, it has now come to notice that Twitter had also sold users' data to a Cambridge Analytica researcher who collected the data of nearly 87 million Facebook users without their knowledge and permission, The Sunday Telegraph reported.

Rahul tears into Modi, says he speaks lies

NEW DELHI: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of being "hollow" and speaking "lies", and said that the BJP will be defeated in Karanataka assembly polls and the 2019 general election.

Woman alleges rape, Ola driver arrested in Greater Noida

A woman employee of a private firm in Uttar Pradesh's Noida has accused an Ola cab driver's accomplice of raping her here. The two men were arrested on Friday in Greater Noida, police said.

Each childr of the age from 9 month to 15 year be vaccinated during MR Campaign : Brahm Mohindra

Department of Health & Family Welfare, Punjab is going to conduct Measles Rubella Vaccination campaign from 1st May 2018 as part of a National strategy to eliminate Measles and control Rubella in the country. State Level Media sensitization workshop regarding MR Campaign is held at Punjab Bhawan, Chandigarh. Health Minister of Punjab Shri Brahm Mohindra stated that said that all children aged 9 months to less than 15 years will be vaccinated regardless of previous vaccination with MR/MMR or history of measles/rubella like illness. He informed that an estimated 75 lakh children will be vaccinated in the campaign over a period of 4-6 weeks. The vaccination will first be conducted in schools and later in community through outreach sessions.

A symposium on "PR & Media : An Interface" organized by PRSI Chandigarh Chapter on the occasion of 41st National PR Day

Mutual relations between public relations practitioners and media are very old, warm, incomparable and resolute and complementary relations with each other are always beneficial for the society. In the modern era PR personnel will have to be more responsive, alert and punctual to exhibit their required performance for a successful professional approach". These views were expressed by former IAS and eminent speaker Vivek Atray, senior journalist and editor of Babushahi news website Baljit Balli and P.K Khurana chairman of Quick Relations Pvt Ltd during a symposium organized by the Chandigarh chapter of Public Relations Society of India (PRSI) at the 41st National PR Day at the Chandigarh Press Club.

Rotomac case: CBI questions six former BoB officials

The CBI on Tuesday questioned six former Bank of Baroda officials, including then Chairman and Managing Director M.D. Mallya, in connection with the Rs 3,695 crore bank fraud case involving the Rotomac group.

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