Jan 28

Jind assembly Elections 100 years caste vote
Jind assembly Elections: 100 years lady reach to caste vote among other voters, clash at Jalabad village

Ravinder Singh Malik Special Correspondent/Daily Post 110 years old lady ‘Sarifan’ reached to caste the vote at Jind assembly constituency elections in Haryana today morning. 31 percent voting took place in Jind till 11.30 am by the voters. Though up to 10:30am around 52 percent voters casted the vote. After the voting of elections today,

HP high alert
Himachal Pradesh on high alert

SASE warns people not to venture out in avalanche prone areas DP CORRESPONDENT Shimla The government on Sunday put the state and district level emergency operation centers on high alert in the state. An official spokesperson said here that fresh rain/snowfall occurred in the Shimla, Kullu, Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti, Sirmour, Kangra, Solan and Chamba

Farmer
Agriculture Part III: Failing to control non-farm expenditure, farmers fall in debt-trap

‘IGNORE THEIR FARM SIZE, BUY POWERFUL TRACTORS ON LOAN’ HARKIRAT SINGH Amritsar Farmers in Punjab, as in various other parts of the country, have time and again protested over the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of crops but have made no effort to control their non farm expenditure, resulting in their falling in the debt-trap. “Without

Behbal Kalan Firing SIT Moga SSP
Behbal Kalan Firing Case : SIT arrests former Moga SSP Charanjit Sharma

THE POLICE SAY THAT HE WANTAD TO FLEE THE COUNTRY. SHARMA WAS LEADING A POLICE PARTY THAT ALLEGEDLY OPENED FIRE AT THE ANTISACRILEGE PROTESTERS AT BEHBAL KALAN ON KUSUM ARORA Hoshiarpur Ex- SSP Moga Charanjit Sharma, who was wanted in the 2015 Behbal Kalan firing incident in Faridkot was arrested from his residence in Hoshiarpur

Police make elaborate arrangements for smooth conduct of Jind bye-poll

Ravinder Singh Malik Chandigarh Police have made elaborate security arrangements to ensure smooth and peaceful conduct of Jind bye-election to be held on January 28. To avoid any kind of nuisance, the state police department has decided to deploy as many as 2,950 cops for the election duty. Besides security arrangements, a set of guidelines

World Economic Forum Manpreet Badal
State makes its debut at World Economic Forum

DP CORRESPONDENT Chandigarh/Davos A high-level delegation from Punjab led by Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal participated in the World Economic Forum, DAVOS to showcase Punjab as the most preferred investment destination due to its investor-friendly policies coupled with lucrative incentives. The finance minister was accompanied by the Additional Chief Secretary Industries and Commerce, Vini Mahajan

Maruti Suzuki Wagon
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R: Old Vs New

The Maruti Suzuki WagonR is all grown up now! It is not only bigger, more powerful and more spacious, but also packs many more features than its predecessor. So let us take a look at the major differences between the two and see how far has Maruti’s trusty old workhorse has come with its third generation. DimensionsThe new WagonR

Govt Takht Sahib Management Act
‘Govt will not ask to amend Takht Sahib Management Act’

SHE SAID FADNAVIS HAD RESPONDED POSITIVELY TO THE REQUEST AND ASSURED HER THAT AFTER WIDER CONSULTATION IT WAS DECIDED THAT THE GOVERNMENT WOULD NOT PUSH FOR AMENDMENT OF THE TAKTH SAHIB MANAGEMENT ACT Union Food Processing Industries Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal thanked Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for responding to her request and announcing that

'Highlight SAD's good work on social media'
Harsimrat kaur Badal thanks Goyal for two train stoppages

HIGHLIGHTS Harsimrat Badal said she had informed the Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal earlier that the public from Rampura Phul had met her and represented that the Delhi-Bikaner express train stop at Rampura Phul “People said besides helping businessmen of the area, it could also cater to those visiting Bikaner for cancer treatment,” the minister

Farmers suicides Punjab
Farmers’ suicides go for a song in the state of Punjab

Known for his music genius and knack of connecting with the masses, famous musician Rabbi Shergill has come up with his new song ‘Kuj gallan kaudian, kuj gallan fikiyan’ dedicated to the burning issue of farmers’ suicides in Punjab. A major crisis across the country, and Punjab in particular, Rabbi Shergill has not only sung

Punjab smartphones
Punjab and the smartphones

l A RECENT STUDY UNFOLDED THAT INDIANS WILL BUY OVER 300 MILLION SMARTPHONES IN THE YEAR 2019. AND, ANOTHER DATA REVEALED THAT 59 PER CENT OF THESE SMARTPHONES ARE CONSUMED BY PUNJAB GURMILAN KAUR Gone are the days when there was just one landline phone in the entire society and that phone number was distributed

Invest Insurance age
At Which Age You Should Invest In A Term Insurance

Term insurance is a budding name in the market of life insurance. People who have knowledge about life insurance choose term insurance in one go and those who want to know more about and naive to insurance market they also choose term insurance in one go. This is because term insurance is the simplest and

PAU terrace vegetable garden
Punjab Agriculture University to develop terrace vegetable garden

The Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) inked a pact with Blue Stallion Equipments (P) Limited, Ludhiana, and Rajinder Agri Clinic, Manawala, Amritsar for licensing of Rooftop Vegetable Nutrition Garden Model using Soilless Media Technology. Director of Research, PAU, Dr Navtej Singh Bains and Parvinder Singh, and Dr Rajinder Singh signed the Memorandum of Agreement on behalf

Buana Lakhu neglect Haryana
Buana Lakhu: Over 150 national and international honours, yet a picture of neglect in Haryana

RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Panipat Buana Lakhu village with a population of 7,200 souls, Buana Lakhu village in Panipat district has become a cynosure of quite a few envious eyes. The forlorn village falling on the border of district Panipat, has been in limelight these days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the gold medallist boxer

Court production Sajjan Kumar
1984 Anti-Sikh Riots: Court production warrant against Sajjan Kumar

A Delhi court on Tuesday issued production warrant for January 28 against former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. District Judge Poonam A Bamba issued production warrant against Kumar after Tihar Jail authorities, where he is lodged after conviction in another case related to the riots, could not produce him today.

Fresh snow shimla
Fresh snow in state, heavy spells likely

After days of dry weather, cold intensified its grip across Himachal Pradesh on Monday with the higher reaches receiving fresh snowfall. The weather bureau also warned of some heavy spells of snow and rain that were likely to hit the state till Wednesday. The temperature remained near freezing point at many places after an overnight

Skilled labour GST handloom industry
Lack of skilled labour, GST affect handloom industry

HIGHLIGHTS  Suffered setback of declining business and skilled labour  GST emerged as big factor for declining business as about 30-40 small-scale industries vanished and labour disappeared  Annual turnover came down by 30 per cent in the city RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Panipat Panipat has been known for its handloom industry across the world

prominent personalities Ludhiana ceremony
25 prominent personalities of Ludhiana honoured during leaders ceremony

Former Army Chief General JJ Singh was chief Guest Working on a mission to impart leadership via Academics in the children of Ludhiana, Presidium school Organized a Grand award Ceremony to honour 25 Non Political Personalities of Ludhiana who have been Leading the city and society towards betterment. Former Chief of Army Staff India and

Punjab Diary Zira Congress
Punjab Diary: Zira episode puts Congress in catch-22

CM AND HIS CONGRESS TEAM ARE FINDING TOUGH TO COUNTER THE ALLEGATIONS ABOUT DRUGS IN PUNJAB WHICH HAVE BEEN LEVELED BY NONE OTHER THAN THE RULING PARTY MLA Punjab Congress seems to be in a dilemma from which there is tough escape because of some conflicting conditions which arose when party MLA from Zira constituency

Animal insurance scheme cattle breeders
Animal insurance scheme fails to fulfil expectations of cattle breeders

HIGHLIGHTS Summit-2019 at Gandhinagar, in Gujarat on Sunday D P Cattle growers raise questions on the scheme as only death claim is not the solution to the problem The harm to any organs or parts of body leads to loss of beauty resulting in cost of animals Decreased milk production has adverse effects on cattle