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Heavy snowfall to disrupt air, surface traffic in J&K

SRINAGAR:The local Met office on Wednesday issued an adverse weather advisory forecasting heavy to very heavy snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir that is likely to disrupt surface and air traffic during the next three days.

Punjab puts complete end to Inspector Raj, successful in bringing 50,000 Crore investment just in last Two and Half years: Manpreet Badal

CHANDIGARH:Modi regime for playing havoc with the revenue sharing pattern: FINANCE MINISTERS
Flaying the Modi regime for playing havoc with the revenue sharing pattern, the Punjab Finance Minister Mr. Manpreet Singh Badal today demanded immediate release of state GST so that Punjab not continue to suffer because of delayed release of the payment. Mr. Badal blamed centre for colossal mismanagement of economy plunging major financial sectors into distress.

Punjab puts complete end to Inspector Raj, successful in bringing 50,000 Crore investment: Manpreet Badal

CHANDIGARH: Flaying the Modi regime for playing havoc with the revenue sharing pattern, the Punjab Finance Minister Mr. Manpreet Singh Badal today demanded immediate release of state GST so that Punjab not continue to suffer because of delayed release of the payment. Mr. Badal blamed centre for colossal mismanagement of economy plunging major financial sectors into distress.

District Specific Report on ‘Road Safety Analysis and Identification of Accident Black Spots’ released

CHANDIGARH:Reports on ‘Road Safety Analysis and Identification of Accident Black Spots’ for SAS Nagar, Rupnagar and Shri Fatehgarh Sahib was released jointly by Satish Chandra, I.A.S., Additional Chief Secretary (Home Affairs), Govternment of Punjab and K.S Pannu, I.A.S., Director, Tandrust Punjab Mission.

1984 riots: Sajjan Kumar moves SC for early hearing on bail plea

NEW DELHI:Kumar's counsel and senior advocate Shekhar Naphade brought up the plea before a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who said the bench will consider it.

EU MPs in Kashmir - A Diplomatic Blunder?

NEW DELHI: Kashmir has indeed become a Pandora’s box that either the only very stupid or the very callous could open. And follow the decision not with acts of wisdom but the very opposite as is evident in the much touted visit of 23 European Union Parliamentarians to the Valley. That too after Indian MPs have not been allowed to take a step outside of the Srinagar airport, and requests by American Senators for such permission has been turned down. Not to speak of the United Nations and the foreign media.

E-auction of properties from November 1

CHANDIGARH:Continuing the practice of conducting e-auction of properties every month, PUDA and other special development authorities (GMADA, PDA, GLADA, ADA, JDA & BDA) will put up various properties situated across the state on e-auction starting from 9.00 AM on November 1, 2019.

Sports department decides to conduct re-trials for Punjab U-17 and U-21 Hockey Teams

CHANDIGARH: The Sport department Punjab has decided to conduct re-trials of State's  U-17 and U-21 hockey teams for the Khelo India Youth Games to be held in Guwahati in January next year.

Search on for six washed away with car in Telangana canal

HYDERABAD:Personnel of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) on Saturday began search for six persons who were feared drowned when the car in which they were travelling fell into the Left Canal of Nagarjuna Sagar Project in Telangana's Suryapet district, police said.

BSF apprehends 8 intruders, cough syrup smuggler in Bengal

KOLKATA:Border Security Force personnel apprehended eight Bangladeshi intruders, and a smuggler of cough syrup Phensedyl, during raids in different locations of the India-Bangladesh border around Tuesday-Wednesday midnight, officials said.

Sri Guru Nanak Dev's life and philosophy comes alive in a fusion of light and sound

CHANDIGARH: Setting the stage for 550th Prakash Purb celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the Punjab Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister Mr. Charanjit Singh Channi and Health & Family Welfare Minister Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu today inaugurated the specially designed Light and Sound Show-cum-Digital Museum vibrantly showcasing iconic events related with the life and times of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji including Udassis beginning from Sultanpur Lodhi besides anecdotes and interpretative discourses contained in Janamsaakhis.

Punjab Govt deputes 22 IAS officers to monitor stubble burning

CHANDIGARH: On the directives of the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, the Chief Secretary Karan Avatar Singh has deputed 22 senior IAS officers, in addition to their present assignments, for efficacious coordination and monitoring the activities related to curbing the stubble burning in open fields in all the districts of Punjab during Kharif, 2019 so that clean, green and pollution free environment could be ensured.

100 Incinerator Machines Installed For Safe Disposal of Sanitary Napkins in Govt Schools:Sidhu

CHANDIGARH: In a bid to ensure safe disposal of sanitary napkins in an environmentally friendly manner, the Punjab Government had installed the 100 Sanitary Incinerators machines in government schools of 7 districts under the Menstrual Hygiene Scheme. 

5th Mega Job Fair: 30000 jobs provided to the unemployed youth in the 1st phase : Balbir Singh Sidhu

CHANDIGARH: Under the flagship ‘Ghar-Ghar Rozgar’ scheme, The Punjab Government has been successful in providing jobs to more than 30000 unemployed youth of the state in the first phase of the 5th Mega Job Fair, which are being held across the state from September 9. In total 2.10 lakh jobs are to be provided in the 5th Mega Job Fair itself. It was disclosed by Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu, Health and Family Welfare Minister while inaugurating the Mega Job and Self Employment Fair at Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran.

First report on “Identification and Rectification of Punjab Road Accident Black Spots”, released

CHANDIGARH: The first report on “Identification and Rectification of Punjab Road Accident Black Spots” was released under Tandrust Punjab Mission on Thursday by KS Pannu, Director Tandrust Punjab Mission.

Punjab fetches Rs. 54.51 crore from E-auction of properties

CHANDIGARH: PUDA & other special development authorities viz. GMADA, PDA, JDA, GLADA, ADA & BDA earned revenue amounting to Rs. 54.51 crore by auctioning IT industrial plots and commercial properties including a multiuse site, SCOs, SCFs, booths, shops, double storey shops and residential plots situated across the state. The e-auction had started on 01 September 2019.

VB attaches 59 properties worth 26 crore of former Chief Engineer of Punjab Mandi Board, GMADA

CHANDIGARH: Cracking the whip on the abuse of official power, Punjab Vigilance Bureau has attached fifty nine properties of former Chief Engineer of GMADA and Mandi Board Surinder Singh amounting to Rs.26 crore (approx) as per the orders of Mohali court under the provision of section 3 of the criminal law (Amendment) Ordinance 1944.

11 new members of Punjab State Subordinate Selection Board appointed

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government today issued orders for the appointment of eleven new members of the Punjab State Subordinate Selection Board (PSSSB). The notification in this regard had also been issued.

Punjab Govt releases names of teachers for the State Awards on Teacher's Day

CHANDIGARH: The Education Minister Punjab Mr. Vijay Inder Singla has approved the names of teachers for the State Awards.

23 killed, 26 injured in blast in Punjab firecracker unit

CHANDIGARH: At least 21 people were killed and 26 injured in an explosion following a blaze at an unauthorised firecracker manufacturing unit in a densely-populated residential area in Punjab's Gurdaspur district on Wednesday, an official said. Two people are still missing.

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