Punjab roadways to start bus service from Jalandhar to Indira Gandhi International airport Delhi
Keeping in view the public interest,Punjab Roadways Jalandhar-1  has decided to start Bus Service from Bus Stand Jalandhar to International Airport, New Delhi from 1st July, 2015.           Disclosing this here today a spokesman of the Punjab Roadways said that two buses would be plying from Jalandhar to Delhi  and another two from Delhi to Jaladhar daily basis.
Punjab to open skill development centers in all the dharmshalas
In a bid to impart skill training to the economically weaker and underprivileged sections of the society, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal today announced to open skill training centres in the Valmiki Dharmshalas across the state. A decision to this effect was taken in a high level meeting by Mr. Badal with a delegation of the Valmiki community led by Chairman of Dalit Bhalai Board Mr. Vijay Danav, here at Punjab Bhawan this evening.
Punjab Govt. deputes rescue team for stranded Hemkund Sahib pilgrims in Uttarakhand
The Punjab government has dispatched a high-level rescue team to oversee the evacuation of the pilgrims stranded at Hemkund Sahib, Uttarakhand, due to heavy rains and reported damage to bridges and roads. An official spokesperson said chief minister Parkash Singh Badal had taken note of the matter and chief secretary Sarvesh Kaushal had asked registrar (cooperative societies) Arunjit Singh Miglani to head the team to oversee the evacuation of the pilgrims.
Pak Air strikes on Taliban hideouts kills 34 in NWA, Khyber Agency regions
Air strikes killed at least 20 suspected terrorists in northwestern Shawal Valley on Sunday, intelligence officials said, more than a month after security forces moved in on the banned terrorist outfit Tehreek-e- Taliban Pakistan strongholds. The deeply forested ravines are a smuggling route between Pakistan and neighbouring Afghanistan, and are dotted with terrorist bases used as launch pads for attacks on Pakistani forces. 
Pak ANF recovers drugs worth Rs 42.2bn from six operations across Pakistan
The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) has carried out six operations in different parts of the country and seized huge cache of narcotics, which included 1.53 tonnes of heroin, 13.4 tonnes of charas, 28 kilograms (kg) of morphine, 157 kg of opium and 480 grams of ice (amphetamine).

India recalls New Zealand envoy after his wife allegedly assaulted a cook
India on Saturday recalled its top diplomat in New Zealand following allegations that his wife assaulted a kitchen staff member, who apparently told police that he was “kept in slavery”. High commissioner Ravi Thapar denied the allegations and told a newspaper in Wellington that he was returning to India to take care of his mother.
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Punjab forms committees to draw parameters to improve performance of school teachers
Education minister Daljit Singh Cheema on Friday issued instructions to prepare a detailed training programme for English teachers in 10 days besides seeking a report on the result of Punjabi subject in the state-run schools till August 3. He ordered forming of committees comprising heads of district institutes of teachers' training, English lecturers and DEOs concerned and a meeting would be held on July 6 in which all officials concerned would be present. 
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Haryana orders videography of all the General Body meetins of Housing societies to induct transperancy in the functioning
With a view to ensuring transparency, all Cooperative Group Housing Societies (CGHS) will now be required to videograph all meetings of the managing committee, sub-committee and general body and keep a copy for the benefit of their members. They will submit it to the concerned Assistant Registrar Cooperative societies/ Deputy Registrar Cooperative societies (ARCS/DRCS) whenever asked for, and at the time of forwarding the case for approval of transfer/list of members.
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No passport to Geelani till he apologizes for his ‘follies’: BJP
Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) on Sunday said that if the Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani needs a passport he should give an affidavit to acknowledge that he is an Indian, and he should apologize for indulging in anti-India activities. In a statement to KNS BJP spokesman Khalid Jehangir said, “Passport cannot be given to Geelani sahib till he apologizes for the mistakes he has committed during the past 25 years. Passports are issued to Indian citizens and not the ones who don’t believe in India and its democracy.” 
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