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Court orders Ludhiana crackers

Court orders violated in Ludhiana, 11 cases for reported

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana   The orders of Punjab and Haryana High court and local Police for crackers brusting timings was violated on Diwali eve in Ludhiana. The city Police has registered 11 cases against unidentified persons for brusting crackers beyond time limit. However, the cases were registered against unidentified persons and no arrested has been made so far. In all the FIRs registered under section 188 of

singer MeToo campaign

How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign?

How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign? Watch the video to know the ground reality of females who raised voice against the males in #MeToo Campaign. As females are facing various kinds of problems in society after disclosing the misdoings with them. How much trouble is this singer facing

Amritsar accident: Ramlila committee holds candle march in Chandigarh

Amritsar accident: Ramlila committee holds candle march in Chandigarh. Artists of the Shree Ramleela Committee on Saturday held a candle march in Chandigarh as a tribute to the victims of the Amritsar train tragedy that took place during Dussehra celebrations on Friday. Dressed as Lord Ram, Goddess Sita, and Lord Hanuman, the artists walked on

Sikh women exempted from wearing helmet in Chandigarh

Sikh women exempted from wearing helmet in Chandigarh

Sikh women exempted from wearing helmet in Chandigarh. The Central Government on Thursday issued a notification, exempting Sikh women from wearing helmets in Chandigarh. The following decision came after Sikh bodies, led by Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Singh Badal made a representation to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The Home Ministry has advised

Punjab people rehabilitation rescue

Punjab: 42 people rescued from rehabilitation centre

Punjab Police on Thursday rescued 42 people – suffering from drug addiction – from Disha Rehabilitation Centre in Ludhiana after receiving complaints that they were apparently being ill-treated at the institution. The rehabilitation centre is unregistered. Soon after the rescue, the patients were brought to the civil hospital in the city. “The centre was working illegally. The

4 year sold Saanvi secures second spot in National U-7 chess tournament

National U-7 chess tournament: Four-year-old Saanvi Aggarwal from Chandigarh has secured the second position with four points in the U-5 category at the 32nd National U-7 Open Girls Chess Championship. The young champ Saanvi while speaking to ANI, said, “My parents taught me and made me practice on the computer. With time I learnt all

Punjab Government notifies 33 per cent increase in salary for nurses

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has issued the notification increasing 33 per cent hike in the salary of nurses, who had been holding protests in various stations in the State.They wrote a letter with their blood to the Madam Aroosa, a woman friend of CM Amarinder Singh, in which they wrote if their demand

Chandigarh: Journalist body raises demand of pension and medical Policy

Chandigarh: Journalist body raises demand of pension and medical Policy

DP Correspondent Chandigarh: Pension and Medical policy for Journalists were on the top of the agenda of Chandigarh-Punjab Union of Journalists Union. A meeting was held under the leadership of its State President Vinod Kohli and Harish Chandigarh Baghawala, today, in which some issues were discussed. It was decided to put the issue of pension

Sangrur: Robbers open fire at cash van, flee with Rs. 5 Lakh

Sangrur: Robbers open fire at cash van, flee with Rs. 5 Lakh. Two persons in motorcycle fired on a cash van of Axis Bank on the Sangrur-Chandigarh road and fled away with Rs. 5 Lakh.  According to sources, a security guard injured in the incident. Cash custodian Satwant Singh and other four employees were going

Punjab: Congress lieutenants raise fingers against Captain Government

Punjab: Congress lieutenants raise fingers against Captain Government

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: Once again the resentment has broken out in the ruling Punjab Congress. Known as a left hand of CM Amrinder Singh, a former Minister and MLA Rana Gurjit Singh raised finger against the performance of Captain Government. Talking to media, he alleged that although he is the part of the Government, but

Entry-pass for Secretariat: Soon visitors will create their own pass, anytime

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: The peoples will able to get relief soon from the long queues to get an entry-pass before going to the Punjab Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh to meet Ministers or Senior Officers. People will able to create their own ‘entry-pass ‘themselves from anywhere and anytime. The Government has started process to introduce online system

Rains in Punjab bring relief from dust, pollution

Rains in Punjab bring relief from dust, pollution.Chandigarh and its nearby areas in Punjab and Haryana were lashed by rains, bringing much relief from a thick haze of dust and pollution that enveloped the region for the past two days, the weather office said on Saturday.The weather turned pleasant and the visibility cleared following the

Rains lash Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab on storm alert

Rains lash Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab on storm alert

Rains lash Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab on storm alert. Early morning rains lashed Chandigarh and surrounding areas on Monday while authorities in Haryana and Punjab remained on high alert following a storm advisory issued by the Met Department. Schools in Haryana were ordered to remain closed for two days (Monday and Tuesday) as a preventive measure

No business problems, only people's problems: Shiv Khera

No business problems, only people’s problems: Shiv Khera

There are no business problems, only people problems — and once these get resolved, so do the business problems, says motivational guru Shiv Khera, whose fifth book has just hit the stands while the first one has entered its 20th year and is set to be relaunched. “I am not an expert in any industry, but having

Manmohan flags concern over increasing atrocities against Dalits and minorities

Manmohan flags concern over increasing atrocities against Dalits and minorities

Chandigarh – Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday said atrocities against minorities and Dalits were increasing in the country and such incidents, if unchecked, could harm democracy and called for rejection of divisive policies and politics.’ Delivering the first S B Rangnekar Memorial lecture at the Panjab University, his alma mater, here, Singh also

CBSE Leaks: Class XII Economics re-exam on April 25

CBSE Leaks: Class XII Economics re-exam on April 25

NEW DELHI: The re-examination of CBSE’s Class XII Economics paper will be held on April 25, while the re-test for Class X Mathematics is likely to be conducted in July, Education Secretary Anil Swarup said on Friday. He said a preliminary enquiry has revealed that the leak for Class X Mathematics paper is restricted to

General categories to inspire voters for use of NOTA in polling

General categories to inspire voters for use of NOTA in polling

General categories to inspire voters for use of NOTA in polling Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Distressed by reservation, the General category will now inspire the people to use NOTA in the elections across the country. The general category has alleged that in the name of Dalit votes, the political parties across the country have been ignoring the general

Punjab Police transfers: 2 IAS and PCS officers transferred

Punjab Police transfers: 2 IAS and PCS officers transferred

The Punjab Government on Monday issued transfer/ posting order of 2 IAS and PCS officers and ordered to report the administrative ground with immediate

Chandigarh: Aaganwari workers and helpers protests at Vidhan Sabha chowk

Chandigarh: Aaganwari workers and helpers protesting at Vidhan Sabha chowk. They reached chowk by putting dust in the eyes of Punjab and Chd police.   Intelligence agencies also remained surprised how anganwari workers reached Vidhan Sabha Chowk. The workers also burnt effigy of Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal and damage copies of budget 2018.As per

Punjab Cabinet meeting to be held today at Chandigarh

Punjab Cabinet meeting to be held today at Chandigarh

Punjab Cabinet meeting to be held today at Chandigarh . The Punjab Cabinet will take a call on clearing the affordable housing scheme for the lower income groups and approve the new excise policy for 2018-19 in its meeting on Wednesday at 3 pm .To give a final shape to the excise policy, Chief Minister