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RELIANCE JIO’S NEW FIBRE BROADBAND SERVICE TO CUSTOMERS

After the big services of free voice calls and free internet for a year that was extended, providing by reliance jio now are going to provide a new fibre broadband service with 100mbps that could be launch in june this year. The company has conducted various trails around many big cities like Mumbai,Chennai- according to

Services of priest who denied Siropa to Punjab CM restored

Amritsar: The religious services of Sikhpriest Balbir Singh, who had denied a ‘Siropa’ (robe of honour) to Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, was today restored by the newly appointed SGPC president Kirpal Singh Badungar. Badal was denied the rob by the priest during his visit to the Golden Temple here in June. On being

Banking services will go digital: SBI

New Delhi: Crediting demonetisation for the biggest push towards digital banking, SBI on Monday said it envisions the entire range of banking services going digital over the next few years. “Demonetisation is the biggest push. The biggest beneficiary is digital banking,” State Bank of India MD Rajnish Kumar said at the two-day Inclusive Finance India

Mobile internet services restored in Kashmir Valley

Srinagar: After remaining suspended for over four months, the mobile internet services were restored in the Kashmir Valley on Saturday. Mobile internet services were restored on all postpaid mobile phones from Saturday midnight. Authorities said that the service would be restored on prepaid connections after the situation is reviewed in light of its impact on

Fog affects flight services at Amritsar airport

Amritsar: Flights were affected at the Guru Ram Dass Jee International airport in Amritsar on Wednesday morning due to dense fog, officials said. The airport officials said that domestic and international flights arriving and departing from here were delayed.”Operations have been suspended for some time due to the fog,” an official said. The flights that

‘Mandatory standards for products and services in health, food on anvil’

Chandigarh: Noting that the Centre has taken a number of initiatives for the protection of consumers’ interests, Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Tuesday said services and products in the health and food sectors would have to follow mandatory quality standards soon. “Precious metals like gold and silver would have to bear a hallmark for

Badal announces civil services coaching for weaker sections

Bathinda: In a bid to ensure proper representation to weaker sections in the civil services, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Friday announced to set up a world class centre in the name of B R Ambedkar. The state government will bear entire expenditure of this centre to be set up in Maharaja Ranjit

Punjab Public Library and Information Services Bill hanging fire

‘Shabad Parkash Punjab Public Library and Information Services Bill’ continues to hang fire even after five years of it being promised by the state government.In a joint statement, Dr Bikram Singh Ghuman president and Dr Charanjit Singh Gumtala press secretary, the Punjabi Writers Co-operative Society Ltd stated that in October 2011, the-then Education Minister Sewa

RJio’s full-fledged 4G services available to all from tomorrow

New Delhi: Consumers across the country canavail Reliance Jio’s services from tomorrow, as the company opens its doors to all potential users having any 4G-enabled handset in an aggressive quest to garner 100 million subscribers. According to sources, the Jio SIM — which so far was available only at Reliance Digital stores — will now

Strike: Public transport, banking services hit in Assam

Guwahati: Services including banking andpublic transport were hit in Assam due to the nation-wide strike called by ten central trade unions to protest against “anti-labour” policies of the government. All nationalised banks, insurance companies and post offices remained closed while buses remained off the road. In the wake of strike, schools and colleges also remained

App launched for health services

Ludhiana: MUrgency, a mobile application for speedy help in case of a medical emergency, was launched here on Tuesday. Through this app, the nearest trained doctor, nurse or paramedic (medical responder) will come to the rescue of the patient and provide medical help, developers claimed. “MUrgency has partnered with 100 hospitals in city. It is

District Legal Services Authority initiates tree plantation drive

Mohali: Pollution is becoming the biggest threat to environment these days and to control it the one and only solution is more and more plantation. This was stated by district and Session Judge cum Chairman District Legal Services Authority Archna Puri while addressing during initiation of Tree Plantation campaign from sports stadium Sector 78. During this

Doctors strike cripple life, medical services at PGI

  Docs are adamant to continue their strike today as well Chandigarh: PGI witnessed one of the most disgraceful situation in its history created by medical fraternity themselves. Sunday night onwards protesting doctors banned ambulance entry at campus, hundreds of patients and their attendants were seen pleading before doctors for treatment with many of them

SP awarded Police medal for meritorious services

Superintendent of Police, Rajinder Singh Sohal, who brought terrorist Jagtar Singh Tara from Bangkok to India was awarded Police medal on August 15. Tara was wanted in Ex CM Beant Singh ‘s assassination case. Sohal was also instrumental in bringing Ramandeep Singh Goldy wanted in Rulda Singh murder case. Both terrorists belong to Babbar Khalsa

Shanta urges Centre to start Heli services in Himachal

Shimla: Former BJP CM and Lok Sabha MP from Kangra, Shanta Kumar has urged Union Ministry of Civil Aviation to start “Heli” services to promote tourism in the state. He said there is a vast scope of growth and development in the tourism sector in the state. The rail traffic is almost negligible and most

Breaking: Mobile services snapped in Kashmir

Srinagar: Authorities today snapped mobile telephony services, except postpaid facility on state-run BSNL, in Kashmir as a precautionary measure in the wake of fierce clashes after Friday prayers last week. “Mobile telephony services have been snapped in the entire Valley. Only postpaid connections of BSNL are working, a police official said. He said the services were

Heavy rain disrupts air services on Delhi-Chennai route

Chennai: Air services on the New Delhi-Chennai route were today affected due to rain in the national capital, airport officials said. “As many as eight flights belonging to various airlines that were supposed to depart for New Delhi and those aircraft scheduled to arrive were affected by delays due to heavy rainfall there,” they said

Junior doctors protest for 4 hours; patient care services hard hit

Chandigarh: For about four hours the patient care services at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), went on halt as about 1200 junior residents from various department sat on protest outside the PGI’S administrative block here on Friday. Sharing the reason behind the called strike, most of the junior doctors said

Haryana repeals Punjab Civil Services Rules framed in 1953

Chandigarh: The Haryana Government has repealed the Punjab Civil Services Rules framed in 1953 and has prepared the Haryana Civil Services Rules which would be applicable to all employees of the State Government. According to these rules, now every employee would be confirmed on the post of his first posting subject to satisfactory completion of