SGPC terminates services of Calcutta, Bhanwer Panthic Morcha, SAD gear up
for SGPC poll Badal
wants previous river water pacts annulled
Panthic Morcha, SAD gear up
for SGPC poll
wants previous river water pacts annulled
Badal ridicules Army suggestion
Water flows to Pak only in monsoon,
Punjab Cong endorses all-party meeting resolution 426 MW of additional
power for Punjab Death penalty for spurious drug makers sought Armymen’s kin to share award money
426 MW of additional
power for Punjab
Death penalty for spurious drug makers sought
Armymen’s kin to share award money
BSP expels Satnam Singh Kainth
The BSP today expelled the convener of its Punjab unit, Mr Satnam Singh Kainth, from the party for disobeying orders of the high command. Mr Narinder Kashyap, national general secretary, stated here today that Mr Kainth, who had joined the party just before the general election, was expelled for not accepting the responsibility to rejuvenate party rank and file in Himachal Pradesh.
Party to protest against Kanshi’s ‘detention’
The Samta Samaj Party today announced to hold a protest march against the BSP supremo Ms Mayawati at Delhi on June 23 for the alleged detaining of the founder of the BSP, Mr Kanshi Ram, at Batra Hospital “under the garb of treatment”.
I want to quit as Deputy Speaker, says Bir Devinder
Bids invited for Kanjli resort
Inability of the Central Government to provide funds for maintaining the Kanjli wetland resort has forced the district administration to hand over its reins to a private company. The district administration recently invited applications from private companies which could spend nearly Rs 45 lakh on developmental projects on the site in lieu of its lease for five years.
Probe ordered against Punjab Parliamentary Secy
Mr Hussan Lal, Deputy Commissioner, Faridkot, marked an inquiry to Dr Devinder Singh Jassal, Executive Engineer (Canal), here today to probe the matter against Mr Ravinder Singh Sandhu, Parliamentary Secretary, Punjab, and also MLA from the Ferozepore cantonment, for allegedly stealing irrigation water from the Sappanwali minor by fixing plastic pipes in it to irrigate his fields in Ratta Khera village.
Batala residents fear spread of dengue
MC chief appeases temple management
The Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Mr K.S. Kang, visited Durgiana Temple today. But the visit is not being seen as just that. His first visit to the shrine after taking over the reins of the MC, it is being considered a virtual “truce” between him and the Durgiana management working head, Mr Surinder Arjun.
Rs 1.66 cr to be spent on Dhussi bundh repair
The district administration has decided to spend Rs 1.66 crore on completion and repair of Dhussi bundh along the Sutlej. This was stated by the Deputy Commissioner, Mr Ashok Gupta, after conducting an inspection along the banks of the Sutlej near here yesterday.
Mann is junior vice-chief of Gymkhana Club
Dr H.S. Mann today won the election to the post of junior vice-president of the Gymkhana Club here by defeating his nearest rival and renowned film distributor Yash Pal Mittal by a margin of 299 votes. The elections were held yesterday.
Resentment over impanelling of
Civil engineers are sore over the impanelling of mechanical engineers as valuers for land and buildings by certain nationalised banks. Mr Ranjeev Goyal, secretary, Association of Practising Civil Engineers, said the association had information about certain nationalised banks having deputed mechanical engineers as valuers for land and buildings which was against the bye-laws of the Institution of Valuers, the only body entrusted to impart licences to valuers for practice.
“These MCHs really create trouble in the councils”, said a high ranking official in the district administration. Elaborating that the abbreviation stood for Municipal Councillors’ Husbands, the official said husbands of these elected women were enjoying the power in proxy.
The secular Utopian village Preet Nagar — a hub of Punjabi writers, poets and intellectuals on the Indo-Pak border conceived and built by renowned Punjabi writer Gurbax Singh Preetlari during the pre-Partition era, will come alive on the TV screen soon, as Doordarshan has already completed the work on a documentary to be telecast in September this year.
Police arranges 1.6 lakh for dead migrant’s family
The Community Policing Resource Centre today helped a handicapped Bihari migrant, Bijal Dass, whose son Bhupinder Dass (20), a labourer, was electrocuted while working on a house here a month ago, by arranging Rs 1.6 lakh for the family.
The Majitha police today destroyed a large quantity of narcotics which were seized by the police during the past few years. Mr Paramjit Singh Gill, DIG border range, while talking to mediapersons at the Majitha police lines, said that under his chairmanship, a team was formed for assessing the case properties of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act lying in the police malkhana for the past many years.
175 doctors attend counter-pulsation
Water supply poor, says Deputy Director
7-year jail term for terrorist
Nine get life imprisonment for murders
3 escape from juvenile home;1 re-arrested
Financier’s murder: job agency owner rounded up
No takers for humanities courses
Guru Nanak Dev University is planning to extend the dates for the submission of forms for various courses. Several departments, especially the Punjab School of Studies, have not received the required admission forms till the last date, which was today.
Hans Raj college girls
secure top positions
Students of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya here have once again proved their mettle by securing top positions in the bachelor of commerce (B.Com) examinations conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University.
No change in status of Punjabi
Aided-school staff in Patiala to
Malwa Gramin Bank branches honoured
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