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IT dept raids 2 tricity tax

IT dept raids 2 tricity schools, tax irregularities detected

BOTH THE SCHOOLS HAVE BEEN ASKED TO PAY THE TAX AMOUNT WHICH IS EXPECTED TO BE RUNNING INTO CRORES OF RUPEES. THOUGH THE DEPARTMENT IS YET TO CALCULATE THE EXACT AMOUNT HIMANI BAHUGUNA Chandigarh The Income Tax department, on Wednesday carried out survey in two private schools of Tricity and found various glaring tax irregularities

65 percent students not find themselves mentally easy in Haryana: Survey

65 percent students not find themselves mentally easy in Haryana: Survey

Most of the times, life is harder for a child. There is so much they can make sense of and so much that they can understand. Most of them, during their childhood struggle with the concept of right and wrong. According to the survey conducted by State Council of Education and Research and Training, Haryana,

Mahindra, Toyota, Ford take top spots in Sales Satisfaction Survey

While the home-grown automaker topped the charts, the Japanese and the American carmakers occupied the second and third position respectively. The results of the JD Power 2017 India Sales Satisfaction Index, for the mass market, are out and like every such study, it gives us all a reality check. This time around it is the

Career-minded girls can be good wives, mothers

Survey says Career-minded girls can be good wives, mothers

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- Survey says Career-minded girls can be good wives, mothers. If you are a boy and searching for a perfect life partner, we might have some important news for you. A study says, career-minded girls have proved themselves to be goo wives

Opportunity By Google To Earn Money, User Will Get Rs. 10 On Every Survey

The Google Opinion Reward app has been launched in India with Turkey, Singapore. By answering some questions on the survey, credit can be found on the Google Play Store. Google will give 10 rupees on a survey. How will the Google Opinion Rewards app work? For this, users will have to answer questions in the

According to Survey, Brexit had little impact on foreign students studying in UK

According to Survey, Brexit had little impact on foreign students studying in UK. The International Student Survey 2017 was conducted by the student recruitment and retention solutions company Hobsons in January and February 2017.A recent survey has found, Britain’s decision to leave the EU has had little impact on international students’ decision to study in

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Rail connectivity for char dham Pilgrims soon

The Indian Railways will start this week the final location survey for providing rail connectivity to the four important Hindu shrines in the hills of Uttarakhand at an estimated cost of over Rs 40,000 crore. The announcement was made by Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu at a rally in Gairsain on Thursday.The Rail Vikas Nigam


Abohar declared as dirtiest city of Punjab

The city that has once been called the ‘first city’ of India today is tears on its demise due to poor politics. The results of this year’s cleanliness survey showed that there has been a major reversal in many cities of the country in terms of cleanliness.   A new list of clean cities of

Schoolkids most vulnerable to online bullying in India: Survey

New Delhi: With the emergence of cyber-bullying as one of the major threats online, school-going children were found to be extremely vulnerable to account hacking or receiving inappropriate messages in India, a survey revealed on Monday. The Telenor India WebWise survey by Norwegian telecom giant Telenor analysed internet usage and access patterns of children across

PU students conduct survey on adult and digital literacy

Chandigarh: Preparing teacher educators to develop social sensitivity, consciousness and finer human sensibilities is part of MEd curriculum. To fulfil this objective MEd students of Panjab University (PU) did a survey on provisions of Right to Education (RTE), Adult literacy and digital literacy in Kasauli village near Chandigarh. The purpose was to know about the

Indian children prefer swimming pools, slides on holiday: Survey

New Delhi: Indian children like having swimming pools or water slides in their hotel, resorts or around the area where they go on a holiday, reveals a survey. Booking.com, an online accommodation booking website, conducted the survey ‘Little Adventurers’ which received responses from 22,564 people aged between 5 to 15 from across the globe. Only

GLADA starts survey of illegal hoardings

Ludhiana: Following the news reports published in Ludhiana Edition of `Daily Post’ regarding the illegal hoardings installed on unipoles, structures in vacant plots, private buildings on the Pakhowal Road, Ferozepur Road and on other roads, the Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA) officials have started conducting a survey of illegal hoardings. The GLADA officials claimed that

Cong ahead of others in latest survey: Capt Amarinder

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh today claimed an independent agency’s survey has put the party far ahead of Akalis and AAP in terms of vote share. Without naming the agency he claimed, “According to the survey if elections are held right now, Congress will bag about 51 per cent votes, AAP 31 per cent

Canadian City of Surrey to have a “Punjabi Bhawan”

Ludhiana: An interface programme with Sukhi Bath, a famous Canada based entrepreneur, philanthropist and social worker, was held at Punjabi Bhawan here today, under the aegis of Maharaja Duleep Singh Memorial Trust (MDSMT), Bassian near Raikot, in collaboration with Punjabi Sahit Akademi. Speaking on the occasion, Prof Gurbhajan Gill, Chairman of MDSMT, said that on

Most doctors prefer partners from medical profession: Survey

New Delhi: Around 69 per cent doctors prefer their spouses to be from the medical profession, the results of a medical app-based survey have revealed. For the survey, Curofy, a networking app for doctors to connect with other doctors, discuss complicated cases and seek a second opinion, approached 1,273 doctors and found that the majority

Centre government rejects AIIMS survey on drugs: Sampla

Jalandhar: In the election year, Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment and BJP Punjab chief Vijay Sampla on Saturday claimed that the centre government has rejected the previously conducted All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) survey on drugs abuse and a fresh survey would be conducted soon. Sampla said that the


Government creches sans medical kits, reveals survey

Chandigarh: Most of government crèches running in various areas of the city do not have first aid kits and provision of basic medical facilities including growth charts. These facts were highlighted in a survey conducted by students of University Institute of Legal Studies (UILS), Panjab University under the guidance of Chandigarh Commission for Protection of

Most Indians use Facebook while travelling: Survey

New Delhi: A majority of Indian travellers spend the bulk of their time on Facebook as compared to other social media channels, a survey has revealed. Released by Hotel.com – an online accommodation booking website, Hotels.com Mobile Travel Tracker survey has revealed that travellers spend 50 per cent more time glued to their smartphone than

Hry Cotton Survey: Incidence of Leafhopper increases

Hisar: Survey of cotton fields forinsect-pest incidence in Hisar, Bhiwani, Jind, Fatehabad and Sirsa districts was carried out by a team of scientists of Haryana Agricultural University (HAU), Hisar. The scientists, who recently carried out the survey, found that incidence of leafhopper has increased in the last fortnight in many areas. R S Jaglan, Professor

Two-thirds people happy with Modi government

New Delhi: About two-thirds of the people in a survey done by a citizen engagement platform said they are happy with the two years of the Narendra Modi-led government’s performance. A survey done by LocalCircles concluded its 20 point citizen poll with over 15,000 citizens voting on each question. According to the survey, 64 per