Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Life Style

Nawanshahr police busts a gang of thieves and looters

NAWANSHAHR : The SBS Nagar (Nawanshahr) district police have busted a gang of thieves and looters and have arrested six of its members. SSP Alka Meena during a press conference here this afternoon while giving details said that following a case of theft in which a cash of Rs 3,3,500 was stolen at an ATM at Beesla after cutting it open with a gas cutter in March this year, a case under relevant sections of IPC was registered at Behram police station

Irrigation can irrigate the life style of rural Himachal

CHANDIGARH: One of the irrigation scheme’s most effective and enduring interventions is in the area of agriculture. Initiatives in this direction of the state government, enable it to tell a different story. Thanks to the government’s initiatives in expanding irrigation network. While in 2013-14, the state has 114,000 hectares irrigated area, that was increased to 1.17,000 hectares in 2014-15. It further increased to 1,20,000 hectares in 2015-16 reveals the government records. With increased in the irrigated areas, produce of food grains also registered an increase in the state.

Second Day of ‘Youth Vibe’ Fest witnessed Massive Competitions and Lagori Band Performance at LPU

JALANDHAR: The second day of global open fest ‘Youth Vibe-2020’ witnessed massive number of competitions at different venues of Lovely Professional University. In addition, famous South India’s Lagori Band enthralled thousands of competitors in the evening hours. Lagori presented music that reflected modern Indian youth. There was a combination of Indian classical melodies and Rock music, resulting in an enchanting mix of soulful compositions.

India’s largest global Open fest ‘Youth Vibe 2020’ commenced at LPU with basket of events

JALANDHAR:Near 6500 Students of 150+ Institutions from across the country and globe are competing in 11 categories of the event including Life-Style, Management, Literary, Media, Mega-Technical, Social, Arts & Craft, Dance, Music, Theatre and Sports
Theme of the four-day fest to last up to 16th February 2020 is ‘Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity’

Wife daughter planned murder of Labenon based NRI for sake of money

NAWANSHAHR: With the arrest of six persons including three women, the district police today claimed to have solved the murder of Balvir Singh, 60, of Khatkar Kalan, near Banga. Balvir Singh was found dead under mysterious circumstances on the morning of January 17 at his residence and the police had registered a case on the statement of Amarjit Kaur, wife of the deceased. The deceased had returned from Lebanon around one month ago. He had been residing in Lebanon for the past 23—24 years.

Launched by PM on Aug 29 Fit India has now become the people’s movement

NEW DELHI:With a view to making India a healthy and fit nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Fit India Movement on August 29,2019. Fit India has now become the people’s movement, with active participation of schools, colleges, institutions and people from all walks of life. In a path-breaking move, the Ministry made playfields and sporting infrastructure accessible to all sportspersons without fee. The year also witnessed India’s best ever performance in Archery World Championship, Commonwealth weightlifting and Table Tennis Championships, and South Asian Games.

"Three Week-Summer School" concluded at Human Resource Development Centre of the GNDU

AMRITSAR: A "Three Week-Summer School (Interdisciplinary Refresher Course)" concluded on 8-7-2019 at the UGC-Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) of the University. Forty university and college teachers pertaining to a multiplicity of academic disciplines from Punjab and from various parts of the country participated in it.

Over 700 patients check-up in a mega medical camp

TAUNI DEVI(HAMIRPUR): Over 700 people were screened, tested and prescribed medicines free of cost in a mega medical camp held in association with NGO “Prayas” on the premises of civil hospital, Tauni Devi in district Hamirpur of Himachal Pradesh on Saturday.

Laxity in prioviding free medicines at govt hospitals will not be tolerated: Sidhu

CHANDIGARH: It must be ensured that all kind of free medicines being provided by the Health Department are adequately available in all the Government Hospitals and people of the state don’t have to run from pillar to post to get these basic medicines and they don’t have to pay from their pocket to purchase these medicines from private drug stores

Seminar on 'PCOS: Changing Future of Women' at Khalsa College of Nursing

A day-long-seminar on `Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) : Changing Future of Women' was organized at Khalsa College of Nursing (KCN) here today in collaboration with Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI)’s Punjab State branch. The experts discussed the rising threats PCOS, a hormonal disorderrelating to the health of the women and how they can deal with the same by changing their sedentary life style, food habits and health awareness.

Bhai Vir Singh Flower and Plants Exhibition was begun at Guru Nanak Dev University

 AMRITSAR:  Bhai Vir Singh Flower and Plants Exhibition begins in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Bhawan of Guru Nanak Dev University. A large number of flower and plants lovers & students were present. This exhibition was organized with the inspiration of Vice- Chancellor Prof. Dr. Jaspal Singh Sandhu to associate students with nature and to promote floriculture and plantation in the society. This will be concluded on December 20.

Citizens be trained to know nutritious value & adulteration of food items: Brahm Mohindra

Citizen of Punjab would now be trained to know the nutritious values of food items by conducting simple tests at home. They will also get to know about the adulteration in food items. A comprehensive plan to train the citizen of state under Tandarust Punjab Mission has been chalked out by the Health and Family Welfare Department. All this will be done on each Friday which would be celebrated as ‘Food Awareness Day’.

Joint Pain and natural remedy through Aroma Oils

Having joint pains/ arthritic pain, do not take it as a sign of age (old age syndrome) . Even, the youth and middle age people have lately reported increasing tendencies of having Joint Pains. Movement of Muscles and Bones does not mean increasing wear and tear of Joints but it might be deficient supply of vital nutrients and laxity of nervous tissues too.  Deficient absorption of Vital Calcium and Magnesium depends on Vitamin D in our body. If Vitamin D is deficient in our body, even the medicines we take might not get absorbed into the blood circulation and shall not provide cure in time.

Natural remedy for Sleeplessness or Insomnia

At 11.00 pm: I should sleep now.
At 3.00 am: Still scrolling Facebook.
This is a very common scenario in worldwide nowadays.

New Book of Principal Jagroop Singh Released

Punjab News Express/ S.K.Vyas
JALANDHAR : Newly edited and translated book of Principal Dr. Jagroop Singh ‘ Mahatma Anand Swami Saraswati De Lok Pravchan’ was released by Dr. Punam Suri , President ,DAV College Managing Committee in New Delhi. Dr. Punam Suri, who is also the grandson of Mahatma Anand Swami Ji said that Principal Jagroop Singh has done a praise worthy work and a great service to the Punjabi readers by translating the discourses of Mahatma Anand Swami.

From Talbot Street art travels the world over, says K.P.Singh

By Balbir Singh
INDIANAPOLIS: Mr KP Singh, who specializes in pen and ink drawings on a wide range of subjects, described the Talbot Street Art Fair, as a gathering place and a place of learning. Educated in India and at the University of Michigan in architecture and city planning, renowned American Sikh from Indianapolis, Mr Singh in an exclusive interview said "This fair began 60 years ago. Today it is the 60th anniversary of one of the oldest fairs in the country. It began in a modest manner. Sixty years ago people came here and put their artwork on the tables."