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Shoemaking factory Ganesh Industry

Shoemaking factory name Shri Ganesh Industry caught fire on Mansa to Bbathinda road

#Shoemaking factory name Shri Ganesh Industry caught fire on Mansa to Bathinda road. A massive fire have turned the factory in to a dump of leftover material. More than half a dozen fire brigades are trying to put off the fire and still the process is on at the spot. #Shoemaking factory name Shri Ganesh Industry caught fire on #mansa

No to new rice Sheller industries, Punjab Govt. ready to make a policy

No to new rice Sheller industries, Punjab Govt. ready to make a policy

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: The Punjab Government in a process not to permit more rice-Sheller industries in Paddy deficit area in the State. Near about 130 applications have been received for the licence to start new rice mill. The government is likely to implement this policy from 2018-19. Although the efforts are being made to save

Punjab CM launches farmers' debt-waiver scheme at Mansa

Amarinder rolls out debt-waiver scheme at Mansa amid AAP protest

As a first installment of Punjab farmers’ loan waiver Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday formally launch the farm debt waiver scheme at Mansa. This  scheme will benefit a total of 5.63 lakh farmers in the initial phase.  Loan waiver certificate distribution ceremony formally commenced by Captain Amarinder Singh. He along with other leaders

62 year old Mansa woman gives birth to twins

62 year old Mansa woman gives birth: Gurwinder Kaur and her husband Balbir Singh (both 62) of Nangal Kalan village in Mansa district became the proud parents of twins a boy and a girl. They lost their son two years ago, because of some illness. They have two daughters, both of them are married. The couple

Curfew removed from Mansa District: Dera Violence

Punjab managed to prevent violence in the state in the aftermath of a court verdict in a rape case against Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh by clamping curfew in Mansa District, While Rapid Action Force is still deployed. On the other hand, raids are continued by Punjab Police in the places of

AAP will give pension

AAP will give pension to suicide farmers’ families

Chandigarh: AAP will give pension. Aam Aadmi Party (Punjab) has started giving monthly pension to the victim families of the farmers who committed suicide in Punjab. Sukhpal Singh Khaira announced to give pension of Rs.2500 per month to 50 families in Bathinda-Mansa district, whereas the program of providing 50,000 rupees assistance to more than 20

Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal visited White fly affected areas

Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal visited White fly affected

Captain Amarinder Reach Mansa For Assessment Of Whitefly Attack On Cotton

Captain Amarinder Reach Mansa For Assessment Of Whitefly Attack On Cotton

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has reached Mansa for assessment of Whitefly attack on Cotton along with PPCC President, Sunil Jakhar.   The chief minister, who is accompanied by senior officials, has directed the Agriculture Department to offer all possible assistance to farmers. CM singh is interacting with affected farmers. He has instructed the concerned officials

Amarinder Singh To Visit Whitefly Affected Fields- Daily Post India

Amarinder Singh To Visit Whitefly Affected Fields

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh will visit Mansa on Friday to assess the situation arising out of white-fly pest attacks on cotton crops. The chief minister, who will be accompanied by senior officials, has directed the Agriculture Department to offer all possible assistance to farmers, an official spokesperson said. Singh has also directed the agriculture department

Brown Flies disturbing Farmers

Now Brown Flies disturbing Farmer’s cotton belt

Chandigarh: Brown Flies disturbing Farmers. After the white flies in the cotton belt, brown flies are disturbing the farmers. The white flies could not do much damage this time, but now the brown flies has started grafting farmers’ fields.According to the estimation, in a week only about 5 cr pesticides of cotton have been sold

Neither debt waived off nor land acquisition stopped in new Government

Neither debt waived off nor land acquisition stopped in new Government. Mansa: Number of suicides committed by farmers in India do not seem to decrease. The current Governmnet had promised the farmers of waiving off debt as soon as they come into power. But sadly, it didn’t happen as the farmers are still committing suicides

Martyr mother working hard livelihood

Martyr’s mother working hard for livelihood

Martyr mother working hard livelihood. The elderly mother of Shaheed Naik, from Kusla village of Mansa district, is working two-time for bread.  Nirmal Singh son of Varyam Singh, a resident of village Kusla in Mansa district, joined the army in 1987, he served for Indian army for 12 years at border.Serving the country, this great

Disabled showcased against the Punjab Government

Disabled showcased against the Punjab Government

Disabled showcased against the Punjab Government. As the protest against the non-fulfillment of promises made by the Congress party before the Punjab assembly elections, the disabled protested under the leadership of the Physically Handicapped Association burnt an effigy of the Punjab government in front of the district administrative complex and shout slogans against the government.

Bank manager arrested by for Rs 62-lakh fraud

Bank manager arrested Rupee 62 lakh fraud mansa. The Sardulgarh police have arrested a former relationship manager of a private bank for a fraud of Rs 62.70 lakh. A case was registered with the Mansa police in 2016.Gurmeet Singh of Sadhuwala village of Mansa district had applied for a loan in HDFC Bank in 2014.

Farmer suicide highlights two farmers commit suicide

Farmer suicide again in highlights, two more farmers commit suicide

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Farmer suicide highlights two farmers commit suicide. A young farmer from Mansa has committed suicide due to debt by jumping infront of train. 26-year-old farmer identified as Kulpreet Singh Golu.Kulpreet’s brother-in-law Surjeet Singh said that Kulpreet had four acres

Moving Maruti van catches fire in Mansa

Mansa: The scene was started at 4 pm in front of the busy bus stand when a moving Maruti van suddenly caught fire. The flames started flowing out of the flames in the van, and they completely wandered the van. According to the information, some people who were boarding a Maruti van number PB07, were

Mansa de-addiction centre staff

Pressurising to bring patient to get salary:Mansa de-addiction centre staff

The staff  of  Government de-addiction centre claims the authorities are pressurising them to bring addicts to get their salaries on time.Another staff member, who wished not to be named, said they have to travel to far-flung areas to hold drug awareness camps.The centre’s 16 employees,counsellor, a cook and the helping staff have not received their

Cotton on 7k acres damaged by recent Rain

This year, cotton has been sown on 9, 55,000 acres against 70,000 acres last year. Crop on at least 7,000 acres has already been damaged so far as it has got submerged in rainwater accumulated in the fields after incessant rains for three days last week. Though there is a possibility of checking the proliferation

3 nabbed in Mansa dealing heroin worth 4 crore

The Mansa police arrested three persons, including a Nigerian, and recovered 770 gm of heroin worth Rs 4.3 crore. The arrests were made following an investigation into another case under the NDPS Act. Bathinda Range Special Task Force (STF) chief DSP Harinder Singh Mann said the Sardulgarh police arrested Karamvir Singh and Ajay Kumar with

Girls in Malwa belt increasingly prone to cervical cancer

Despite the fact that there has been a marked rise in the occurrence of the deadly Cervix Cancer in five main districts of Punjab, including Faridkot, Muktsar, Moga, Sangrur and Mohali, from almost six months thousands of girls studying in Class VI at various government and private schools in these districts have not received the