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Dos and don'ts for pilgrims travelling via Kartarpur Corridor

DERA BABA NANAK(Punjab): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated the Integrated Check Post at the Kartarpur Corridor, a religious link first in seven decades between India and Pakistan, here in Punjab's Gurdaspur district.

Balbir Singh Sidhu launches month-long Cancer Awareness campaign

CHANDIGARH:Sarbat Sehat Bima Yojna proving boon for cancer patients
Over 485 cancer patients being provided treatment at cost of Rs. 1.5 cr. in 2 months under the SSBY

Secretary panel may seek TRAI opinion on telecom sector relief package

NEW DELHI:The Secretaries Panel which is looking for a solution to reduce stress in telecom companies in the wake of the Supreme Court order on Revenue computation and also give relief to the sector in general may seek inputs from Trai on a possible bail-out.

Solar tiles may replace clay tiles in Goa homes: Minister

PANAJI:Clay roof tiles, colloquially referred to as Mangalorean tiles, that typically adorn roofs of traditional Goan homes, may soon make way for more modern and solar energy-generating tiles, if Goa Power Minister Nilesh Cabral has his way.

BSNL notifies VRS, scheme open till Dec 3

NEW DELHI:State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has notified its Voluntary Retirement Scheme and has asked its circle heads to circulate the guidelines to facilitate the exercise of option by its employees.

CM to perform Sewa for beginning religious ceremonies to mark the 550th parkash purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji from November 5

CHANDIGARH/SULTANPUR LODHI:Captain Sandhu and Channi review arrangements for the mega event

Secretary Political to Chief Minister Captain Sandeep Sandhu and Cabinet Minister Mr Charanjit Singh Channi today said that the Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh would perform Sewa to begin religious ceremonies being initiated by Punjab government to mark the 550th parkash purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji at Sultanpur Lodhi on November 5.

Odd-Even kicks off in Delhi

NEW DELHI::As Delhi battles to breathe, the third Odd-Even car rationing scheme aimed to provide relief from pollution kicked-off on Monday.

Punajb CM to perform Sewa for beginning religious ceremonies to mark the 550th parkash purb of Baba Nanak

CHANDIGARH: Secretary Political to Chief Minister Captain Sandeep Sandhu and Cabinet Minister Mr Charanjit Singh Channi today said that the Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh would perform Sewa to begin religious ceremonies being initiated by Punjab government to mark the 550th parkash purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji at Sultanpur Lodhi on November 5.

Prasad asks BSNL/MTNL to start dialogue with staff on VRS

NEW DELHI: Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has directed the ailing telecom PSUs, BSNL and MTNL, to start a dialogue with their employees on the terms and conditions of the voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) and prepare a roadmap for its successful implementation, higly placed sources said.

Captain Amarinder singh dedicates development projects worth Rs 96 crores in sultanpur lodhi to the people

SULTANPUR LODHI:To mark the 550th Prakash Purab of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday dedicated a slew of projects in Sultanpur Lodhi, worth around Rs. 96 crores, to the people of Punjab.

Bopanna/Shapovalov move into doubles q-final in Paris Masters

CHANDIGARH:Arjuna Awardee Rohan Bopanna of India, pairing with Denis Shapovalov of Canada, virtually faced no resistance from Maximo Gonzalez of Argentina and Austin Krajicek of US  as they raced to a straight sets 6-1, 6-3 verdict in the doubles pre-quarterfinals  of  the €5,791,280 ATP-1000 Tennis Tournament in Paris on Thursday.

Captain Aamrinder singh dedicates development projects worth Rs 60 crores in sultanpur lodhi to the people.

SULTANPUR LODHI:To mark the 550th Prakash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday dedicated a slew of projects in Sultanpur Lodhi, worth around Rs. 96 crores, to the people of Punjab.

Rise above parochial considerations to celebrate Gurpurab collectively: Sidhu exhorts people

CHANDIGARH: Health and family welfare Minister of Punjab Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu today called upon all the people to rise above their parochial considerations for collectively celebrating the 550th parkash purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.

Govt 'unlikely' to tinker with SC order on AGR

NEW DELHI:The Department of Telecom (DoT) has apprised the Cabinet Secretary and Prime Minister's Office of the Supreme Court order on the AGR and its impact while making it clear that it was "unlikely to tinker with any aspect of the order", although it has conveyed the industry's demand for a bailout.

Nehru puts Nitish-BJP marriage on the rocks!

MUMBAI:The road crossing the Patna Golf Club and Patna Public Service Commission and leading to Bihar Human Rights Commission has become the latest testament that all is not well between Nitish Kumar and the BJP. The calm on the surface is deceiving.

Punjab govt to increase its shrae in new pension scheme for govt employees

BATALA:The Punjab Government has hiked its monthly matching contribution for employees under the New Pension Scheme from 10% to 14% of Basic Pay + Dearness Allowance (DA), in line with the decision of the Government of India.

SEBI challenges SAT order on Price Waterhouse

NEW DELHI:The Securities Exchange and Board of India (SEBI) has moved the Supreme Court against the Securities Appellate Tribunal's decision to quash a two-year ban on international auditing firm Price Waterhouse due to its role in the Satyam Computer Services' fraud case.

Delhi Metro partners Uber for last-mile connectivity

NEW DELHI:Hiring a cab from a Metro station in Delhi is set to become a lot more easier as ride hailing major Uber on Tuesday announced it has won a competitive bid to expand its operations across 210 Delhi Metro stations.

Delhi Mohalla Clinics cross 300-mark, target 1,000

NEW DELHI:Bogged down by red tape in land acquisition, the Delhi government has only managed to give its people 302 mohalla clinics against the promised 1,000 after being in power for close to five years.

Gabbard responds to Clinton's slur calling her 'queen of warmongers'

NEW YORK:Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu to seek the presidential nomination of a major party, has lashed out against a smear campaign by her Democratic Party's leaders and their supportive media.

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