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British Deputy High Commission meets Sikh leaders in Srinagar

British High Commission team headed by Alex Pykett met All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) here at Srinagar on Thursday  and discussed Sikh Community affairs in the valley and as whole in J&K state.

HMV NCC Cadets won National Level Essay Writing Competition

NCC Army Wing Cadets of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya won National Level prizes in Essay Writing Competition under Swachh Sankalp Se Swachh Siddhi New India Movement (2017-2022). 

Vandalization of a business of Indianapolis Hindu family condemned

 The Hindu Temple of Central Indiana (HTCI) Board of Trustees, Indiana India Business Council and other interfaith organizations as well as known leaders of different communities have expressed deep shock over the incident of vandalization of a business run by an Indian family in Indianapolis.

PM to lay foundation stone of STP to be built at Varanasi under Namami Gange Programme

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of a 50 MLD Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) based on Hybrid Annuity-PPP model in Ramana in Varanasi on September 22, 2017. This is the first time ever that Hybrid Annuity-PPP model is adopted in sewage sector. It is a major step forward in realising the dream of Nirmal Ganga under Namami Gange programme

Centre announces new PPP Policy to promote private investments in affordable housing

Central Government today announced a new PPP Policy for Affordable Housing that allows extending central assistance of up to Rs.2.50 lakh  per each house to be built by private builders even on private lands besides opening up immense potential for private investments in affordable housing projects on government lands in urban areas.

Another Baba booked on allegation of raping a young girl

A 58-year-old self-styled godman in Rajasthan’s Alwar allegedly raped a 21-year-old law student after promising her to make her a judge, police said on Thursday, the latest in a series of scandals involving dubious faith leaders.

Duplicate Kent RO seized in a raid at Kurali

Water Purifier brand Kent RO has cautioned the duplicators and counterfeit  RO manufacturers to immediately stop the mall practices and playing with the health of innocent customers. In last couple of months Kent has taken a strict action against such manufacturers, suppliers and traders who are involved in selling and stocking duplicate kent brand RO purifiers.

GURDASPUR BY-POLL--Four Nominations filed on 6th day-(21-09-2017)

Four candidates today filed their nominations for the Gurdaspur Parliamentary Constituency by-poll to be held onOctober 11, 2017.

CIVIL SURGEONS’ PERFORMANCE BE EVALUATED ON SET OF GUIDELINES : BRAHM MOHINDRA

In a bid to streamline working and the delivery of quality health services, The Punjab Government has made Civil Surgeons personally responsible on various accounts. Now the working of the Civil Surgeons would be evaluated on every fortnight, on the basis of set of guidelines, which have been issued and circulated today to every Civil Surgeons.

Two killed, 30 injured in grenade attack on minister’s cavalcade in Tral

Two civilians were killed and 30 others injured when unidentified militants attacked the cavalcade of works minister Naeem Akhtar with a grenade at Bus Stand Tral on Thursday. 

LAST CHANCE FOR ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES TO COLLECT OFFER LETTERS BY 25TH SEP

The Education Department, Punjab, has asked the candidates found eligible against the vacancies out of 6060 Master Cadre posts to collect their offer letters by 25th September, 2017 on any working day from the office of the DPI (Secondary Education).

PUNJAB & HARYANA HC ALLOWS EXTENSION OF PARAMILITARY FORCES IN PATIALA TILL SEPT 26

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has allowed extension of paramilitary deployment in Patiala city, till September 26, in view of the farmers’ protest scheduled to begin on Friday.

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