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A first, Government Schools to organise Social Studies fair ‪from May 27‬

Kusum Arora Jalandhar May 25 In a first, under ‘Padho Punjab, Padhao Punjab’, the Punjab Education Department was all set to organise its maiden Social studies fair in all Government Schools at school, block level and district level.  Till date, the Education Board had been organizing Science and Math fairs. It is for the first time

Punjab CM thanks people for party victory

Two days after the Lok Sabha elections results, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday expressed his gratitude to the people of the state for reposing faith in the Congress party. Punjab CM thanks people for party victory in lok sabha elections.  “I express my gratitude to all workers for their support & hardwork which

AICC Secretary Kotli thanks voters for congress victory

DP Correspondent Ludhiana Congress victory: AICC Secretary and Himachal co-incharge Gurkirat Kotli, PPCC secretary Rajinder Singh Rauni, PPCC secretary Sukwant Singh Dugri thanked the voters of Punjab for showing faith in the ideology of Congress. He particularly thanked the voters of Ludhiana for respecting the legacy of Beant Singh and hard work of Ravneet Bittu

Drug smuggling racket operated from Jail busted, 35 quintal Poppy husk

DP Correspondent Jagraon Drug smuggling racket: In a major crackdown, Ludhiana Rural Police have recovered 35 quintal Poppy husk and busted drug smuggling racket on Friday. Giving information, Senior Superintendent of Police, Ludhiana (Rural) said that they received information that Pippal Singh and Nishan Singh, the habitual offenders and lodged in jail were operating smuggling

Ludhiana City Half Marathon to Run Against Pollution on May 26

The Ludhiana city, which is called the Manchester of the Punjab province of India, will be witnessing to the gathering of sports and environmental lovers on May 26, which will make people aware of the dangers of pollution along with the message of ‘Make Run, Make Health’. This year, Geo Sports and Keeper News Dot

‘Cross border raids was renamed as surgical strike’

Kusum Arora Jalandhar A day after General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, Lt General Ranbir Singh said that 2016 surgical strike by the Indian Army was the first surgical strike, his father Lt Col Manmohan Singh (retd) said that ‘cross border raids’ have been renamed as ‘surgical strike’ and it was just a normal operation for

Remained first runner up in 2014, AAP has close fight with NOTA in 2019 in Ludhiana

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana Remained as first runner up in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections with 2.80 lakh votes in Ludhiana, this time Aam Aadmi Party has close fight with NOTA. This time, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Dr. Tejpal Singh Gill has secured only 15945 votes which is just five thousand more than None of

Faridkot Congress candidate Mohammad Sadiq Lead

Faridkot Congress candidate Mohammad Sadiq Lead

Faridkot In the Punjab on May 19, 7th phase of Lok Sabha elections were completed, whose results are being announced today. A total of 278 candidates have been elected to 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab. Under which the trends of the first and second round have arrived, during which Congress party is leading with

Anti Terrorism Day Observed in Ludhiana

Anti Terrorism Day Observed in Ludhiana

DP Correspondent Ludhiana For promoting peace and communal harmony, anti terrorism day was observed in the district today. On the directions of Deputy Commissioner Pradeep Kumar Agrawal, District Public Relations Officer Ludhiana Prabhdeep Singh Nathowal today administered oath to the staff during a function at Bachat Bhawan, here today. A large gathering of District Administration

Election officer, agents of candidates inspects security at counting centers

Election officer, agents of candidates inspects security at counting centers

DP Correspondent Ludhiana In view of Lok Sabha elections 2019, the counting of votes for Ludhiana parliamentary constituency would be held at Punjab Agricultural University campus, here, on May 23, 2019. District Election Officer-cum-Deputy Commissioner Pradeep Kumar Agrawal today visited all the counting centres and inspected the preparations there. He was also accompanied by representatives

CT University & Radio Mirchi organises Education Excellence Awards 2019

CT University & Radio Mirchi organises Education Excellence Awards 2019

Ludhiana May 21 GNIPS bags Elite Principal Award whereas Sacred Heart Convent bags Best Infrastructure Award To have a fun-filled award ceremony and recognition of the outstanding  accomplishments of schools and principals of Ludhiana and nearby areas, CT University (CTU) in association with Radio Mirchi, organized the ‘Education Excellence Awards’ giving ceremony. The event was graced

Social activist Anmol Kwatra, father attacked, Congress blamed

Social activist Anmol Kwatra, father attacked, Congress blamed

Ludhiana Tension prevailed in Shivpuri area on Sunday after the social activist Anmol Kwatra and his father was allegedly attacked by local Congress leaders. The victim along with his thousands of supporters blocked Shivpuri Chowk in protest. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Tejpal Singh Gill, Lok Insaaf Party (LIP) candidate Simarjit Singh Bains, Youth Akali

Sidhu damaging Congress with ill-timed comments: Punjab CM

Sidhu damaging Congress with ill-timed comments: Punjab CM

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday criticized his Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu for damaging the Congress with his ill-timed comments against him and the party leadership in the state. If he was a real Congressmen, he should have chosen a better time to air his grievances instead of just ahead of voting in Punjab,

‘Balakot air strike is a feather in India’s cap’

‘Balakot air strike is a feather in India’s cap’

Kusum Arora Garhshankar (Anandpur Sahib) May 16 Seeking second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP government on ‘national security’, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Thursday invoked Balakot air strike and said that such an action against Pakistan terrorists was never, nor can it take place in the world. Rajnath Singh said that this

Self-obsessed Modi indulges in theatrics: Captain Amarinder Singh

Self-obsessed Modi indulges in theatrics: Captain Amarinder Singh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is indulged in theatrics since he took over as Prime Minister, he’s a self-obsessed man and the people of Punjab or anywhere else can never forget the incident of desecration of their holy scriptures, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said on Thursday. For him, the 1984 anti-Sikh riots were a national

Captain Amarinder's tactical advance strikes cord

Captain Amarinder’s tactical advance strikes cord

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, 77, may have been out of the Indian Army for decades now but he is proud to have served the nation in uniform.But this tactical advance into the opponent’s political territory by associating fellow ‘faujis’ (ex-servicemen) seems unparalleled. He has been striking a cord during his election meetings by

After wife says he won't campaign, Sidhu shares stage with Priyanka

After wife says he won’t campaign, Sidhu shares stage with Priyanka

Hours after his wife claimed that he won’t campaign for the Congress in Punjab, Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu shared the stage with Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday threatening a “knockout punch” to the Badals. Congress star campaigner Sidhu will not campaign for his party in his home

It is royalty versus commoner in battle of Patiala

It is royalty versus commoner in battle of Patiala

Royalty will take on commoner in the Patiala parliamentary seat of Punjab as Preneet Kaur, popularly known as Maharani Sahiba because of her royal antecedents, will face sitting Member of Parliament Dharamvira Gandhi. Kaur is in the fray for the fifth time from this Lok Sabha seat where the fort of her husband and now

Pitroda must apologise for anti-Sikh riots remark: Rahul

Pitroda must apologise for anti-Sikh riots remark: Rahul

Congress leader Sam Pitroda, who had courted controversy for his remark in connection with the anti-Sikh riots of 1984, should be ashamed and must apologise to the nation, party President Rahul Gandhi said on Monday. “Sam Pitroda’s comment is wrong. For this, he should feel ashamed. He has to apologise to the country,” he said

Kirron Kher banking on Modi wave, development work

Kirron Kher banking on Modi wave, development work

BJP candidate Kirron Kher says she is banking on the “Modi wave” and her work as an MP from Chandigarh to sail through the contest to win the seat for the second consecutive term. Contesting against Congress nominee Pawan Kumar Bansal, a four-time MP, she blamed him for doing “nothing” for Chandigarh and promised to