State level workshop on Digital MSME
Digital MSME


CSC in collaboration with MSME organized “State level workshop on Digital MSME” on 13.03.2020 in “Rajshree Hotel” Chandigarh. The event started with ceremonial lamp lighting by Sh. S.M Goel, Additional Director, Department of Industries, Punjab who honored this workshop as a chief guest. Also the Speakers Sh. M.K Verma, assistant director,MSME; Sh. Krishan Kumar, Assistant

Punjab Police register against 'Shooter' producer & others after CM orders ban Punjab Police register against ‘Shooter’ producer & others after CM orders ban

Hours after Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh ordered a ban on the movie `Shooter’, which is based on the life and crimes of notorious gangster Sukha Kahlwan, Punjab Police on Sunday afternoon registered a case against producer/promoter KV Singh Dhillon and others for allegedly promoting violence, heinous crimes, gangsterism, drugs extortion, threats and criminal intimidation.

'PM anti-national, sold interest of nation', alleges Sidhu Navjot Singh Sidhu has not drawn his salary after resignation as Minister: Govt Official

Punjab Vidhan Sabha  Secretary Lakhanpal Mishra said that Congress leader and MLA from Amritsar East constituency,  Navjot Singh Sidhu has never asked for his salary and allowances after he resigned as Cabinet Minister in the Punjab government in July.However, concerned officials in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha said that Sidhu would now draw his salary as

“Will not implement CAB in Punjab,” declares Captain Amarinder Singh “Will not implement CAB in Punjab,” declares Captain Amarinder Singh

Terming the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) as a direct assault on India’s secular character, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday said his government would not allow the legislation to be implemented in his state.Asserting his commitment to the protection of the Constitutional ethos of the country, Captain Amarinder said the Congress, which has

After 'Impress' Ranjit Bawa is ready with 'Velly Tere Pind De' After ‘Impress’ Ranjit Bawa is ready with ‘Velly Tere Pind De’

 After the huge success of the song ‘Impress’ Ranjit Bawa is ready with his upcoming song ‘Velly Tere Pind De‘. Ranjit Bawa has shared the poster of his song but has not mentioned the date as its COMING SOON.           View this post on Instagram                  

Minimum temperatures rise in Punjab and Haryana
Minimum temperatures rise in Punjab and Haryana

The minimum temperatures, which had been hovering below normal at most places during the past few days, rose by a few notches across Punjab and Haryana on Thursday, the meteorological department said.Many parts in the two states including their common capital Chandigarh received light to moderate rain, an official of the Met department said.Amritsar, Ludhiana,

Punjab, Haryana record below normal minimum temperatures
Punjab, Haryana record below normal minimum temperatures

Parts of Haryana and Punjab recorded below normal minimum temperatures on Friday with Hisar registering the coldest at 4 degrees Celsius. Hisar’s minimum temperature was five degrees below normal.Narnaul reeled at a low of 5.5 degrees Celsius while Ambala’s minimum temperature settled at 8.6 degrees Celsius. Karnal recorded a minimum temperature of 7.8 degrees Celsius.

Punjab CM seeks investment by Japanese companies
Punjab CM seeks investment by Japanese companies

 Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has urged the Japanese Ambassador to India, Satoshi Suzuki, to impress upon companies in his country to set up ventures in the upcoming mega industrial parks at Rajpura and Bathinda.The Japanese envoy called on Amarinder Singh after attending the Progressive Punjab Investors’ Summit 2019 here which began on Thursday.  The

Punjab ‘misleading’ on Sutlej-Yamuna link canal issue: Khattar

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar here on Thursday accused Punjab of “misleading” on the Sutlej-Yamuna link canal despite the apex court ruling in their favour. He said this during a review meeting on the canal issue.  “Even though the Supreme Court has given its decision on the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal in Haryana’s favour,

Chandigarh: SP Roshan Lal gets one-year extension

Chandigarh: Roshan Lal,  Superintendent of Police of UT Chandigarh Police , has been given a one-year extension on Wednesday for the second time by the administration. Now, SP Roshan Lal will extended his services till December 31, 2020. The order for the extension of SP Roshan Lal was issued from the office of UT Administrator

Ludhiana: Two killed in firing at marriage function
Ludhiana: Two killed in firing at marriage function

Two persons were killed on Wednesday in an indiscriminate firing by an unidentified persons during a marriage function at Doraha, about 20 km here, police said. A guest identified as Balwant Singh died on the spot while his nephew Gurpreet Singh succumbed to injuries in a local hospital, they further said.Some unidentified persons engaged into

Train operations affected by farmers' protest in Punjab
Train operations affected by farmers’ protest in Punjab

The functioning of more than 25 trains under the Ferozepur division was adversely affected as several farmers’ unions squatted on railway tracks in Amritsar, Tarn Taran and Ferozepur districts on Tuesday making various demands including payment of outstanding dues of sugarcane.The protest hit the operations of 10 to 15 express trains and a dozen passenger

Free smartphones to youth from Republic Day: Punjab CM
Free smartphones to youth from Republic Day: Punjab CM

 The Congress-led Punjab government will start distributing free smartphones to the youth in the state, one of the key poll promises of the ruling party, from January 26. Mobile phones would be distributed among girl students in class 11 and 12 of government schools in Punjab who do not own a smartphone.“This 26th Jan, when

Two gold smugglers held at Amritsar airport
Two gold smugglers held at Amritsar airport

Two men gold smugglers were arrested by customs officials at Amritsar airport for allegedly trying to smuggle in 3.352 kg gold worth Rs 1.30 crore by concealing them as wires in a suitcase, bluetooth speakers and toy cars, according to a statement here on Monday. Gurpreet Singh and Gurjant Singh arriving from Dubai were intercepted

Kingpin of fake job racket arrested in Punjab's Phagwara
Kingpin of fake job racket arrested in Punjab’s Phagwara

The main accused in a fake job racket, in which 26 youths of Punjab were allegedly duped with 24 of them still stuck in Russia, was arrested here, an official said on Sunday. Based on a tip-off, police laid a trap and arrested Surinder Singh, a resident of Kotbhai village in Muktsar, Phagwara Assistant Sub

Ludhiana women to get police vehicle on call in odd hours
Ludhiana women to get police vehicle on call in odd hours

City Police has launched a free ride scheme under which woman, travelling alone in odd hours and not able to find a vehicle to go home, can call the police helpline numbers and request for a cab.The vehicle of the nearby Police Control Room or the Station House Officer will drop her safely to her

Mata Ki Chowki organized at MBD Krishna resorts Jalandhar
Mata Ki Chowki organized at MBD Krishna resorts

Jalandhar: Mata ki Chowki, a devotional event was organized at MBD Krishna Resorts, Jalandhar by MBD Group on Saturday. With prayerful songs and lighting a lamp, this religious yet spiritual program started at 6:30 pm in evening with the embodiment of divine power, strength, vigor & energy and worship. Mata Ka Darbaar was decorated with

Kartarpur corridor Army chief Bajwa's brainchild will hurt India: Pak minister
Kartarpur corridor Army chief Bajwa’s brainchild will hurt India: Pak minister

The opening of the historic Kartarpur corridor was the brainchild of Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and it will hurt India for ever, a top pakistani minister claimed on Saturday, contradicted his government’s assertion that the idea behind the initiative was of Prime Minister Imran Khan.On November 9, Prime Minister Khan inaugurated the Kartarpur

Punjab CM asks Centre not to reduce firearms per license
Punjab CM asks Centre not to reduce firearms per license

Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has urged the Centre not to reduce the number of firearms permissible on a licence from three to one in Punjab in view of the sensitive location and troubled history of the state. In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the chief minister sought a review of the proposal of

Punjab and Haryana High Court gets six judges
Punjab and Haryana High Court gets six judges

Punjab and Haryana High Court Chief Justice Ravi Shanker Jha on Thursday administered the oath of office to six additional judges of the High Court, comprising a couple.They are Ashok Kumar Verma, Sant Parkash, Meenakshi I. Mehta, Karamjit Singh, Vivek Puri and Archana Puri.Among them, the Puris — Vivek and Archana — are a married