Punjab govt again attempts to befool people on illegal mining of sand and gravel
Puts ban on carrying sand, gravel out of state while no export taking place
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Government led by Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has made yet another attempt to befool the people of Punjab on the issue of controlling rates of sand and gravel. The government through a order today put a ban on carrying sand and gravel outside the state on the plea that it wanted to control the illegal mining.
Kejriwal-Jung tiff : Delhi HC to hear PIL on August 5
NEW DELHI : The Delhi High Court on Friday said it will hear on August 5 a PIL challenging the Centre's recent notification giving the Lt Governor absolute powers in appointing bureaucrats in the national capital.
No respite from heat wave in Haryana, Punjab
CHANDIGARH : Heat wave conditions continued to sweep swathes of Punjab and Haryana giving no respite to people as the maximum temperatures on Tuesday again crossed few notches above normal at most places.Karnal in Haryana again braved a hot day recording a maximum temperature of 44 degree Celsius, four notches above normal, the MeT Department report said here.
Army Public School Chandimandir students crack SSB to join NDA
CHANDIGARH: Children of Junior Commissioned Officers(JCOs) of Indian Army and also the students of Army Public School, Chandimandir made their parents and School proud , after getting selected for training at National Defence Academy (NDA) Khadakvasla.
All set for HTCI to conduct Maha Kumbhabhishekam from June 3 to 7
By Balbir Singh
INDIANAPOLIS : The Hindu Temple of Central Indiana is hosting the Maha Kumbhabhishekam a milestone event in the history of the temple on Sunday, June 7. The event will involve consecration of the Temple with sanctified water. This five-day event, which begins on June 3, will feature a diverse array of activities including food and much more, according to Mayor's Office of International & Cultural Affairs Newsletter - June 2015
Punjab SC Commission takes serious note of delay in deliver of text books to students
Directs Education and Welfare department to ensure delivery of books within 7 days
CHANDIGARH : The Punjab State Commission for Scheduled Castes today pulled up the officers of Education and Welfare Departments for delay in delivery of text books to students belonging to SC/BC categories besides directing to ensure the delivery within 7 days. The commission has also asked the departments to furnish compliance report on June 9 after providing the books to students.
Medical Officer dismissed
CHANDIGARH : The Punjab government has dismissed Dr. Naresh Kumar Medical Officer (Dental) posted at Civil Hospital Kapurthala.