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Punjab stubble burning down by 30%

Stubble burning down by 30%: Punjab

Stubble burning in Punjab has dropped by 30 per cent this year as compared to last year, the state government told the National Green Tribunal (NGT) here on Monday. The Tribunal had earlier this month rapped the Punjab government for not incentivising the farmers or assisting them to manage the crop residue, estimated to be


Captain Amarinder Singh unveils weapon for ineligible old age pensioners

Captain Amarinder Singh unveils weapon for ineligible old age pensioners. As per their promise Captain Amarinder’s government in their manifesto they decide to increase the old age pensions also approved a new criteria to ensure that only needed people can get the benefit of pensions and other financial assistance schemes by state govt. He also

Centre, state govt spreading panic in Punjab: AAP

Chandigarh:  Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today accused the Centre and the Punjab government of “spreading panic” in the state. Senior leader Phoolka alleged people were being “terrorised” even when the situation was “not war-like”. “There is a situation of terror in Punjab and people of border areas are being forced to migrate leaving behind their

State govt doesn’t interfere in CBI’s functioning: Khattar

Gurgaon: In the backdrop of former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda dubbing the recent CBI searches at his residences as “political vendetta,” Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said CBI is an independent agency and the state government doesn’t interfere in its functioning. “The CBI is an independent agency, we don’t interfere in its

State govt to shift engineering institutions

Kurukshetra: Great resentment prevails not only amongst Kurukshetra University community but the public at large. This is over the move of the state government to shift self-finance educational and engineering institutions to two other separate universities in Haryana from this academic session. 169 Education Colleges and 50 Engineering Colleges affiliated with Kurukshetra University have been

State govt to follow Seechewal’s water management model

Chandigarh: Haryana government has decided to formulate a Policy to find ways to treat waste water and reuse it for irrigation and other purposes to prevent pollution of Sarasvati river. Spokesman of Haryana Sarasvati Heritage Development Board said that it has also been decided to formulate a policy and make a provision for punishment of

Nearly 400 MBBS students admitted during four academic sessions

Chandigarh:Haryana:  The persistent efforts made by the state government, deeply concerned over the future of the 400 MBBS students of the now closed Gold Field Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Faridabad, have paid off. The veil of uncertainty which hung low over their careers has since lifted and they will now be able to