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Foodgrains to be transported from Punjab as per FCI rates

Foodgrains to be transported from Punjab as per FCI rates

Foodgrains to be transported from Punjab as per FCI rates Chandigarh – Punjab government has disbanded the state truck union and has decided to give first priority to the traders to transport the procured wheat from the mandis to warehouses during coming procurement season. According to sources, if the traders will not come forward then

Over 120 I-T Department officials raid Gopal’s Sweets

Over 120 I-T Department officials raid Gopal’s Sweets

Over 120 I-T Department officials raid Gopal’s Sweets. The Income Tax (I-T) Department on Wednesday conducted raids at different outlets of Gopal Sweets in and around Chandigarh. The raid was conducted early morning at around 19 different locations which included Chandiagrh, Mohali, Panchkula, Patiala and other locations. It has been learnt that nearly 120 officials have

MC’s last F&CC meeting, a stormy affair

MC’s last F&CC meeting, a stormy affair

MC’s last F&CC meeting, a stormy affair Jalandhar(DP Correspondent) – The last Finance and Contract Committee (F&CC) meeting of Jalandhar Municipal Corporation on Friday remained a stormy affair with five out of the three members raising strong objections over various work orders. BJP leader Mayor Sunil Jyoti, who headed the last F&CC meeting of the civic

Mobile Van launched to provide food in RS 10

Mobile Van launched to provide food in RS 10

Mobile Van launched to provide food in RS 10. The mobile van has been started by improving the ‘Own kitchen’ scheme, which has been started with the aim of providing the cheapest food to poor people. With the help of this, the market has started providing cheap food to poor people.On the instructions of DC

Wheat arrives in mandis, touches all time high

Chandigarh: The arrival of wheat in the mandis of Haryana, till date, has touched an all time high of 66.59 lakh Metric Tonnes. As many as 63.77 lakh MT of wheat had arrived in the mandis of the state during the corresponding period last year. While giving this information on Sunday, a spokesman of the Food and