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SAD blasts Manpreet for turning reply on budget into vulgar rant

SAD blasts Manpreet for turning reply on budget into vulgar rant

Chandigarh – The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Wednesday blasted Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Badal for turning his reply on the budget speech into a cheap and vulgar rant against his former mentor and political guru Parkash Singh Badal, proving he had little understanding of the Finance Department which he was heading. In a statement here,

Punjab budget 2018

Punjab budget 2018: Highlights

Punjab budget 2018: Highlights. Punjab finance minister Manpreet Badal presented state budget 2018 in the state Assembly on Saturday. Here are the highlights from the budget speech: * Rs 73.34 crore for upgradation of government medical colleges at Patiala and Amritsar. * Rs 230 crore for upgradation of 75 rural roads and 4 bridges with

Punjab budget 2018 today, Manpreet Singh Badal gets ready to announce

Punjab budget 2018 : Akali Legislators Stage Walkout

Finance minister Manpreet Badal present Punjab budget 2018 in the state Assembly . During his speech, Akali Dal protest against Punjab Govt. Akali Dal workers “Walkout” from Punjab Vidhan Sabha and raised voice on the point of debt. Former CM Prakash Singh Badal also shown his resentment. Lok Insaaf Party also walkout from Punjab Vidhan Sabha

Manpreet Badal faces babus’ ire over ‘English writing' remark

Manpreet Badal faces babus’ ire over ‘English writing’ remark

Chandigarh – State Finance Minister’s Manpreet Singh Badal’s remark that most IAS officers in Punjab lack proficiency in English has created furore in the bureaucratic circles. Addressing the concluding session of the World Punjabi Conference in Chandigarh on Sunday, Manpreet had said, “Barring one or two, other IAS officers don’t know how to write correct English.

Matter of Thermal Plant, protest against Manpreet Badal in Bathinda

Matter of Thermal Plant, protest against Manpreet Badal in Bathinda. On the matter of Thermal Plant closure workers protest against Manpreet Badal in Bathinda. Today, for some private affair Manpreet Badal reached Bathinda but left the programme in the

Put petroleum products, real estate under GST, says Manpreet Badal

Put petroleum products, real estate under GST, says Manpreet Badal

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Wednesday called for bringing petroleum products and real estate under the ambit of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and said it would make a strong pitch for this at Thursday’s GST Council meeting. Punjab Finance Minister and Congress leader Manpreet Singh Badal said GST was projected as a regime

Punjab government signs agreement

Punjab government signs agreement with Indian Oil

Punjab government signs agreement with Indian Oil in order to commence the process of making fuel with stubble. According to information, MOU is signed in presence of Punjab CM and Finance Minister Manpreet Badal. The total worth of this project is Rs 500 crore. Moreover, under this project around four thousand youth of Punjab will

1.15 lakh more farm loan waiver cases cleared

1.15 lakh more farm loan waiver cases cleared

1.15 lakh more farm loan waiver cases cleared Chandigarh – The Punjab government on Wednesday cleared 1.15 lakh more cases of loan waiver of farmers amounting to Rs 580 crore, an official spokesperson said. The amount will be disbursed before January 31. Chief Minister Amarinder Singh reviewed the progress in implementing the farm debt waiver scheme he

Harsimrat Badal seeks restart of Bathinda plant, use of central funds

Harsimrat Badal seeks restart of Bathinda plant, use of central funds

Harsimrat Badal seeks restart of Bathinda plant, use of central funds. Union Food Processing Industry Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Saturday asked Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to restart Bathinda thermal plant, saying a state asset which was capable of being run till 2029 after Rs 715 crore renovation, should not be allowed to go

Bathinda thermal plant

Bathinda thermal plant closure case: AAP leaders to protest

Closure of thermal plants increases political temperature. Come 2018, Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant (GNDTP), also called Bathinda thermal plant, will permanently stop generating electric power. This issue of closure of thermal power plant reaches to a high level. Now, AAP leaders reach Bathinda to stage the protest today.The employees of Thermal Plant protested for

Thermal plant employees stage protest against Punjab Govt in Nabha

Thermal plant issue take new turn

Thermal plant issue take new turn: The Punjab Government has already decided to close two units of Ropar Thermal Plant and all units of Bathinda Thermal from January. Due to this decision, thermal power plant employees started protesting on the roads in the Moga. Slogans being raised against Punjab Government. Addressing the rally, TSU President

Payments of crops to be deposited in farmers' accounts

Payments of crops to be deposited in farmers’ accounts

Chandigarh – The payment of crops against procurement will be deposited directly in the account of farmers either through RTGS or by cheques. The beginning will be from this rabi season crops. A letter has been sent to the Punjab government by the Union government to this effect. Besides, commission and labour will also be paid

Thermal Power plant employees

Thermal Power plant employees to protest outside Manpreet Badal’s Office

Thermal plant employees to continue protest in Bathinda. According to sources, they will protest outside the Finance Minister Manpreet Badal’s Office. Moreover, march will also take place in entire city.Protest by Thermal plant employees continues today as well. The employees of Thermal Plant are protesting  for the decision to close all thermal plants in Punjab. Finance

Congress had promised not to shut down Bathinda Thermal Plant: SAD

Congress had promised not to shut down Bathinda Thermal Plant: SAD

Congress had promised not to shut down Bathinda Thermal Plant: SAD Chandigarh – The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Thursday said the Congress party was reneging on its pre-election promise not to shut down the Bathinda thermal plant, even as it demanded the plant be modernised to ensure it remained an asset to the State.

Punjab starts process for preparation of Budget for 2018-19

Punjab starts process for preparation of Budget for 2018-19 Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga, December 12): The Punjab Finance Ministry has formally kicked off preparations for the budget 2018-19 and issued the budget circular listing guidelines for fund requirements. Sources in the department told that all the heads of departments, all Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners and others has

Pb Govt not serious about AIIMS: Harsimrat Badal

Pb Govt not serious about AIIMS: Harsimrat Badal

Pb Govt not serious about AIIMS: Harsimrat Badal BATHINDA: Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, who represents Bathinda in Lok Sabha, on Tuesday slammed Amarinder government in Punjab for creating hurdles in the construction of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Bathinda.“We, the Centre, have already sent all clearances for the construction but it’s ironic

Centre refuses GST exemption to langar items: Manpreet

Centre refuses GST exemption to langar items: Manpreet

Chandigarh – Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal on Monday said the Centre has refused to extend any exemption under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) to the items used for langar. All parties from Punjab including the Congress, the AAP and Shiromani Gurdwara Parbamdhak Committee (SGPC) have appealed to Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to

Possibility of wholesale liquor corporation to be explored

Possibility of wholesale liquor corporation to be explored

Possibility of wholesale liquor corporation to be explored Chandigarh – To boost revenue and end monopolistic practices in liquor trade, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday directed the state excise department to explore the possibility of setting up a wholesale liquor corporation for its distribution. The decision was taken at the first meeting

Ludhiana Parking lots: GST adds to people's woes

Ludhiana Parking lots: GST adds to people’s woes

Ludhiana – Now Goods Service Tax (GST) would burn hole in the pockets of the visitors at bus stand, 18% GST would be implied on the parking fees at bus stand. Rate of parking of any vehicles would be spiked with the orders of GST rates addition on parking rates. City residents are already suffering a

Manpreet Badal inaugurates Job fair for women in Ludhiana

Manpreet Badal inaugurates Job fair for women in

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