The high court on Thursday issued notice to the Punjab Government and
others on a petition seeking setting aside of the selection and
appointment of some elementary teachers training teachers in Patiala
suit against ex-SSP, ASI
Amritsar, August 17
Prabhjot Singh, a resident of Ajnala, has filed a defamation suit
against a former SSP of Majitha and the then ASI, besides his in-laws,
for intentionally maligning him by registering a false case of rape
against him about eight years ago. The local court had acquitted him
of all the charges after a prolonged legal battle.
found; police suspects murder
Bathinda, August 17
The body of a man reportedly involved in some criminal activities was
recovered from bushes adjoining the railway bridge here today.
body found in fields
Batala, August 17
A man was killed by some unidentified persons with sharpedged weapons
and the body was found in the fields of Thethar Ke village falling
under Dera Baba Nanak police station in Batala police district.
encroachment, says college management
The management of IITT College of Engineering, Pojewal, Nawanshahr,
has claimed that their institute is neither aware nor concerned with
the reasons and circumstances leading to the transfer of a DFO.
Besides this, the institute has not encroached upon even ďan inch of
forest or government landĒ.
Scholar Fields Public School celebrated the 60th Independence Day on
the schoolís premises here on Tuesday.
joins editorial panel
Sahib, August 17
Prof Andrew Chambers, Professor Emeritus, Cass Business School,
London, has joined the editorial advisory board of the Punjab Journal
of Business Studies, a bi-annual journal published by Mata Gujri
College, Fatehgarh Sahib.
asked to inspect schools
The Punjab School Education Minister, Mr Partap Singh Bajwa, today
directed all the District Education Officers ( DEOs) to regularly
visit the schools in their respective districts and submit their
weekly reports to their Director Public Instructions( DPI) concerned.
He was presiding over a high -level meeting of the officers of the
burn Singlaís effigy
The Computer Teachers Union (Contractual), Punjab, burnt the effigy of
the Finance Minister, Mr Surinder Singla, at the local bus stand here
yesterday and said if their demands were not met, the Congress would
have to taste defeat in the Assembly elections.