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No seat for B.Com-I is left in General Cat in 95%, UT pool &15% Gen pool

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Chandigarh July 4, 2015 : No seat for B.Com-I is left in General category in 85% UT pool & 15% General pool now as all the remaining 82 girls of UT Pool seats in Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45 and GGS College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh and 40 seats in Department of Evening Studies, PU....
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Chandigarh July 4, 2015 : No seat for B.Com-I is left in General category in 85% UT pool & 15% General pool now as all the remaining 82 girls of UT Pool seats in Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45 and GGS College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh and 40 seats in Department of Evening Studies, PU Campus got full today on fourth day of counselling at Panjab University
(PU), Chandigarh.
For Girls, the Cut-Off was the 85.2 percent in UT General Pool to get admission.
Counselling for left over General category started today, which was continuing till 9 PM.
Coordinator for Centralized Admission for B.Com I, Prof Sanjay Kaushik informed that the schedule for second Counselling would be announced soon along with the exact number of available seats.
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A very spiritual man with great inner strength says Rajan Zed

Hindus offer condolences on Mormon leader Packer’s death

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Nevada (USA), July 5, 2015: Hindus have offered condolences on the death of Boyd Kenneth Packer, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), also known as Mormon Church, who died on July three in Salt Lake City (Utah, USA).

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Nevada (USA), July 5, 2015: Hindus have offered condolences on the death of Boyd Kenneth Packer, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), also known as Mormon Church, who died on July three in Salt Lake City (Utah, USA).

Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that they were saddened by the passing of President Packer, 90, highly influential Mormon leader of his time, who authored many publications.

A very spiritual man with great inner strength, Packer was instrumental in making church scriptures more comprehensible and was a passionate and master teacher, an accomplished artist and had deep respect for nature and reverence for the ways of God; Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, pointed out.

The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles is the second-highest governing body in LDS after the First Presidency. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, LDS has over 15 million members worldwide.....
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CBI laid a trap and caught red handed, while demanding and accepting Rs.5,000/- as first installment of bribe

CBI arrests a Chief Yard Master of railways for accepting a bribe

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New Delhi, July 5, 2015: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested,Rafi Ahmad a Chief Yard Master, Agra Cantt. Railway Station, Agra (Uttar Pradesh) for demanding & accepting a bribe of Rs.5,000/- from the Complainant.
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New Delhi, July 5, 2015: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested,Rafi Ahmad a Chief Yard Master, Agra Cantt. Railway Station, Agra (Uttar Pradesh) for demanding & accepting a bribe of Rs.5,000/- from the Complainant.
A case was registered under Section 7 of Prevention of Corruption Act,1988, on a complaint alleging that the Complainant was awarded a Railway Contract for Loading and Unloading of Line Boxes of Guards for the year 2014-16. It was further alleged that the accused got Complainant’s tender cancelled by way of getting imposed illegal penalties against him as a result of which a total amount of Rs.1,51,338/- deposited by him with Railways as Earnest Money, Performance Guarantee and Security Deposit was seized. The accused allegedly demanded a bribe of Rs.30,000/- and to pay Rs.5,000/- as first installment to get the contract re-continued or to release the seized amount of deposit.
CBI laid a trap wherein the Chief Yard Master was caught red handed, while demanding and accepting Rs.5,000/- as first installment of bribe from the Complainant.
The accused is being produced today in the Designated Court at Ghaziabad (U.P).....
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He was going to Agartala to attend a meeting

Dean of MP Medical College Dr. Arun Sharma found dead in Delhi hotel

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New Delhi, July 5, 2015: Dean of Madhya Pradesh’s Netaji Subhashchandra Bose Medical College Jabalpur Dr. Arun Sharma found dead in a Delhi hotel today. 64 year old Mr. Sharma was going to Agartala to attend a meeting. Dean of Jabalpur Medical Coll....
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New Delhi, July 5, 2015: Dean of Madhya Pradesh’s Netaji Subhashchandra Bose Medical College Jabalpur Dr. Arun Sharma found dead in a Delhi hotel today. 64 year old Mr. Sharma was going to Agartala to attend a meeting. Dean of Jabalpur Medical College Dr. D K Sakalle had died in mysterious circumstances in July last year. It was said that he had committed suicide by setting ablaze himself. Recently a senior functionary of Indian Medical Association Dr. Sudhir Tiwary alleged that Sakalle was killed by using laser gun. It was also alleged that Dr. Sakalle was under pressure due to multi layer Professional Examination Board scam. The State Government has announced in the state legislative assembly that the death of Mr. Sakalle will be probed by the CBI but status about the CBI probe in this case is still not clear.....
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Asked them to display profile of teachers & research output of Institution

UGC asks varsities to post admission info, fee charts online on websites

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New Delhi, July 5, 2015: UGC has asked all vice chancellors to ensure institutes display on their websites the detailed fee structure and other expenses. UGC, in a communication to the VCs coinciding with the admission season, also said to make avail....
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New Delhi, July 5, 2015: UGC has asked all vice chancellors to ensure institutes display on their websites the detailed fee structure and other expenses. UGC, in a communication to the VCs coinciding with the admission season, also said to make available the admission procedure and placement records on their websites. It has also asked them to display the profile of teachers and research output of the institution. Details of students' grievance mechanism and academic calender are some of the other points highlighted in the communication that has to be posted on the website. Institutes have been asked to report back to UGC about the action taken in 15 days.
Media reports that the move comes in the wake of spurt in complaints about institutes concealing information and misleading parents and their wards on tuition fee and other expenses. The development also comes against the backdrop of several advocacy groups demanding transparency in deciding fee structure by professional colleges and other institutes and also penalising institutes who fail to do so.
Last week, the HRD Ministry had also encouraged the students to visit the portal - 'know your college'. The portal is a single source platform to get information on more than 10,500 colleges which conduct about 14,000 programmes in technical education and covers 35,000 colleges conducting at least 20,000 programmes in non-technical education.....
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Congress demands CBI probe into

Shivraj Chouhan for HC appointed SIT probe the death of Akshay Singh

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Bhopal, July 05,2015 :# Death of Delhi journalist unfortunate: MP CM Chouhan

#Will write to HC-appointed SIT to probe scribe death: MP CM Chouhan
#Congress demands CBI probe into the death of Akshay Singh.....
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Bhopal, July 05,2015 :# Death of Delhi journalist unfortunate: MP CM Chouhan

#Will write to HC-appointed SIT to probe scribe death: MP CM Chouhan
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5000 teachers’ transfer orders issued online, rest in next week

Punjab Education Department becomes a part of Digital India – a milestone in history of IT, with issue of online transfers of teachers

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Ferozepur, July 5, 2015: With the issuance of online transfer orders of teachers by the Education Department, by inviting online requests, the Punjab Government has added a milestone in the history of information technology by becoming a part of Dig....
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Ferozepur, July 5, 2015: With the issuance of online transfer orders of teachers by the Education Department, by inviting online requests, the Punjab Government has added a milestone in the history of information technology by becoming a part of Digital India.
The government’s Digital India campaign is a welcome step in creating an India of the 21st century powered by connectivity, technology and the opportunity that such connectivity offers in terms of access, services and platforms for unleashing India’s creative talent.
The Punjab Government has fixed the transfer period of various government departments during the month of June. More than 23,000 applications for transfer in Primary and Secondary schools were received and it was unbelievable that within 3-4 days, the entire process was given a practical shape.
It is a new chapter in the history of education department that within 3-4 days, the Education Minister, Daljit Singh Cheema by putting the entire transfer orders of teachers on the web site of the concerned District Education Officers.
There is ray of hope and pleasures among the teachers community with the issue of transfer orders with due transparency and putting a noose on the corruption. It is now a talk of the town that teachers while sitting at home, without moving hither and thither and paying any bribe, have got the stations of their choice.
Talking to this correspondent, Hans Raj, spokesman of Punjab Education Reforms Committee said, during the last 8 years of SAD-BJP government, the teachers used to be after the Ministers, MPs, MLAs and the concerned offices at Chandigarh and adjustments after greasing the palm was a common thing. But now, the Education Minister, by using his wisdom has targeted two with one arrow – first by making the procedure of submitting the applications requesting for transfer to the choice stations and second, by doing the ground work for making adjustments by organizing meetings at the local level with the political leaders.
He further stated that all aspects have been kept in view while issuing the orders like minimum three years stay and availability of minimum 50 per cent staff on transfer, exemption to kandi and border areas for three years stay condition, priority to chronic patients, widows and bachelor girls were implemented strictly.
No doubt, certain leaders are not happy but the concerned DEOs have ignored the recommendations from the VVIPs even so far as the norms for transfers were set for any individual case, he added.
More-over, posting the transfers orders on the website, after its finalization, has given relief to the teachers for getting the endorsed orders which was inviting corruption in the department.
Speaking to this correspondent, Hans Raj, Principal, Spokesperson of Punjab Education Reforms Committee, Dr.Sukhbir Singh, DEO, Jagsir Singh Aawa, DEO, Ferozepur, Hari Chand Kamboj, DEO Fazilka in a joint statement said, “The way the teachers transfers have been scrutinized, orders issued and posted on the web-site, is itself a historical moment and teachers and bureaucracy both are happy over the procedure adopted which has raised the image of the Education Minister”.
As per the sources, the education department has received more than 23000 applications, out of which about 5,000 transfers have been ordered and within the next week, the whole process of transfers is expected to be finalized.
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For Girls, the Cut-Off was the 85.2 percent in UT General Pool to get admission

No seat for B.Com-I is left in General Cat in 95%, UT pool &15% Gen pool

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Chandigarh July 4, 2015 : No seat for B.Com-I is left in General category in 85% UT pool & 15% General pool now as all the remaining 82 girls of UT Pool seats in Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45 and GGS College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh and 40 seats in Department of Evening Studies, PU....
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Chandigarh July 4, 2015 : No seat for B.Com-I is left in General category in 85% UT pool & 15% General pool now as all the remaining 82 girls of UT Pool seats in Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45 and GGS College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh and 40 seats in Department of Evening Studies, PU Campus got full today on fourth day of counselling at Panjab University
(PU), Chandigarh.
For Girls, the Cut-Off was the 85.2 percent in UT General Pool to get admission.
Counselling for left over General category started today, which was continuing till 9 PM.
Coordinator for Centralized Admission for B.Com I, Prof Sanjay Kaushik informed that the
schedule for second Counselling would be announced soon along with the exact number of
available seats.
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Paramvir Singh (29th) and Priyanka Mehtani (59th),Navneet Bains gets Rank-129

Chandigarh resident Abhijit secures 15th rank in civil services examination

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Chandigarh, July 04,2015 : This time, there are five candidates in the top 100 from the tricity. Abhijeet Kaplish of the City got the 15th Rank. This was his second attempt. He stays in Chandigarh with his parents.

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Chandigarh, July 04,2015 : This time, there are five candidates in the top 100 from the tricity. Abhijeet Kaplish of the City got the 15th Rank. This was his second attempt. He stays in Chandigarh with his parents.

"I always wanted to be an IAS officer as it was my father and grandfather's dream. I am happy that I could make them proud today," he said. Before pursuing the law course, he did his mechanical engineering from a private college. His father is posted as chief manager with Markfed, Punjab, and mother an associate professor at government college in Sector 11.

The second topper from the tricity is Paramvir Singh of Panchkula, who has been ranked 29th. He is a practising lawyer at the Punjab and Haryana high court and had passed out from National Law School, Delhi. It was his second attempt.

Paramvir's father Satpal Singh had expired some years ago. His mother Kamlesh is a housewife. "I took some coaching from Delhi before the prelims. I used to put five hours daily for studies," he said.

The lone girl among the top five from the tricity, Priyanka Mehtani, 25, has been ranked 59th. She wishes to join Indian Foreign Services. "I am interested in international relations and thus would like to serve as an IFS officer. I could not qualify for the civil services last year, but I didn't lose faith and believed in myself. I used to set weekly targets for myself and followed the schedule religiously," she said. A chartered accountant (CA), Priyanka used to give six hours daily to books. Her father is also a CA and mother is an assistant professor of chemistry at a government college in Chandigarh. Priyanka's family stays in Sector 10, Chandigarh.

The fourth best rank-holder from the tricity at 61th all-India rank, Apoorv Devgan, had cracked the civil services but was not satisfied with the cadre he got. He was under training at the Indian Railways Institute of Traffic Management (IRITM), Lucknow, after securing 554th rank in the civil services last year. He said sincerity and hard work paid for him.

"I sacrificed sleep and studied hard. My father is an architect and mother is posted as deputy director, technical education, Haryana. They were the greatest support and did everything to make me comfortable during my preparation for the exam," he said.
Navneet Singh Bains (s/o SS Bains, MD , Punjab Financial Corporation ) got 129th rank. Navneet is working as Indian Forest Service officer in Punjab.

In 2014, only three candidates from the tricity were among the top 100 and the topper from the tricity was ranked 39th.

In 2013, there were four candidates in the top 100 list and the best performer was ranked 17th.

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This year, all the three toppers from the tricity - Abhijeet Kaplish (15th rank), Paramvir Singh (29th) and Priyanka Mehtani (59th) - have law background. "It has happened after so many years that candidates of law background are among the toppers," said Anil Kumar, who runs the IAS study circle coaching centre. ( Courtesy HT /punjab.ht )
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Sumit Sharma secured 224 rank in All India UPSC Civil Services Exam

Former Commissioner’s son brings honour to Ferozepur

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Ferozepur, June 7, 2015: Sumit Sharma, a local lad and son of V.K.Sharma, former Commissioner, Ferozepur/ Faridkot Division once again bought laurels to this border town by securing All India Rank 224 in the prestigious UPSC Civil Services examination declared today.
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Ferozepur, June 7, 2015: Sumit Sharma, a local lad and son of V.K.Sharma, former Commissioner, Ferozepur/ Faridkot Division once again bought laurels to this border town by securing All India Rank 224 in the prestigious UPSC Civil Services examination declared today.
Sumit has followed in the footsteps of his father – V.K.Sharma, former Divisional Commissioner. He attributes his success to hard work with inspiration from his father.
It is worth mentioning here that Sumit Sharma had already cleared various competitive exams like Probationary officer, RBI Grade B officer. He had also cracked PCS Exams in 2012. In 2013, he had secured 575th rank in the Civil Services Exams. Now after clearing the UPSC, he has moved to IPS. Currently he is working as District Excise Officer in Patiala.
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Arrested accused produced before Designated Court at Jaipur & remanded to four days police custody

CBI arrests two private persons for accepting a bribe of Rs. 2 Lakh

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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested Sunil Kumar (CHA) and Lala Ram ,(Both private persons), the ( FIR was registered against Oawan Kumar Jain, V Commissioner Customs, Jaipur, Sushil Pareek, Assistant Commissioner....
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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested Sunil Kumar (CHA) and Lala Ram ,(Both private persons), the ( FIR was registered against Oawan Kumar Jain, V Commissioner Customs, Jaipur, Sushil Pareek, Assistant Commissioner, Customs, Jipur, Natthmal, the then Superintendent of Customs, Jaipur and Sunil Private person) two private persons in an alleged bribery case of Rs. 2,00,000/-.
A case was registered by the CBI Sleuths on a complaint alleging that Commissioner of Customs, Jaipur(Rajasthan) was demanding bribe of Rs.2,00,000/- (two Lakh) through an Assistant Commissioner of Customs, Jaipur; the then Superintendent of Customs, Jaipur and a private person to release the seized imported goods of the Complainant placed in container at ICD, Jaipur. CBI laid a trap and caught two private persons red handed while demanding & accepting an alleged bribe of Rs.2,00,000/- from the Complainant on behalf of public servants. Searches were conducted at the residential premises of Commissioner of Customs and Assistant Commissioner of Customs, Jaipur which led to recovery of certain documents of properties.
The arrested accused were produced before the Designated Court at Jaipur and remanded to four days police custody.
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Indian Women Hockey Team won over Japan by 1-0 in World Hockey League Semi-Finals at Antwerp, Belgium

Sukhbir Badal felicitates Indian women Hockey team for victory over Japan

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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: The Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today congratulated Indian women Hockey team for victory over Japan by 1-0 in world hockey league semi finals at Antwerp, Belgium. He said Indian eves have also kept Olymp....
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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: The Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today congratulated Indian women Hockey team for victory over Japan by 1-0 in world hockey league semi finals at Antwerp, Belgium. He said Indian eves have also kept Olympic qualification chances alive after a gap of 36 years by achieving fifth place, which will create a new history for the first time.
In a felicitation message, Badal, who is also president of Punjab Hockey Association, said the Indian women has brought credit to the nation besides marking new milestone on the map of Hockey game. He said their achievement has added a new feather to the prestigious and glorious cap of Indian Hockey. He said that by securing Asian berth, Indian girls have brought laurels.
Congratulating the players and coaches for this rare achievement, Deputy CM said, “I am fully confident that the Indian women Hockey has taken the right track and will come back with glorious and peerless outcome in ensuing Rio de Janeiro Olympic 2016.”
It is pertinent here that on Sunday Indian women Hockey eves, ranked 13 in the world, has defeated Japan with 1-0 and achieved fifth position in the in world hockey league semi finals. India's only previous appearance in the women's hockey tournament of the Olympics was in Masco 1980.....
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Panchkula resident Paramvir Singh bagged the 29th position in examination

Chandigarh resident secures 15th rank in Civil Services Examination

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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015 (Courtesy: HT) : Abhijeet Kaplish, a resident of sector 28-D, Chandigarh secured 15th rank in the prestigious civil services examination, the results for which was declared by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Saturday.
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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015 (Courtesy: HT) : Abhijeet Kaplish, a resident of sector 28-D, Chandigarh secured 15th rank in the prestigious civil services examination, the results for which was declared by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Panchkula resident Paramvir Singh bagged the 29th position in the examination, which was topped by Ira Singhal, a physically challenged IRS officer.
Women bagged four of the top five positions in the examination to select IAS and IPS officers, according to results announced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The first four positions went to Ira Singhal, Renu Raj, Nidhi Gupta and Vandana Rao, and Suharsha Bhagat was the sole male in the top five. Three of the toppers – Singhal, Gupta and Rao – are from Delhi.
A total of 1,236 candidates cleared the test and were recommended for appointment to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and various Central services.....
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Ambassador Appointment

Dinesh K. Patnaik to be Ambassador of India to Kingdom of Morocco

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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: Dinesh K. Patnaik (lFS: 1990), presently Ambassador of India in Phnom Penh, has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to Kingdom of Morocco. He is expected to take up his assignment shortly.....
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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: Dinesh K. Patnaik (lFS: 1990), presently Ambassador of India in Phnom Penh, has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to Kingdom of Morocco. He is expected to take up his assignment shortly.....
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Haryana Darbar

Haryana Govt following directions of Court: Khattar accused previous Govt.

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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal today clarified the viewpoint of state government on the issue of guest teachers saying that the government was following the directions of the court as this problem was because of the previous State government.
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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal today clarified the viewpoint of state government on the issue of guest teachers saying that the government was following the directions of the court as this problem was because of the previous State government.
The Chief Minister who was addressing a public meeting at Bawal in district Rewari said the state government was making concerted efforts to improve the level of education.
He said that the present government is not visualizing for the next five years, but for the next 15 years. He said that soon recruitment procedure to fill 50,000 posts would be initiated and appropriate opportunity would be provided to teachers who have worked as guest teachers based on their capability. He also said that Rs 1,000 would be given to those guest teachers for two months who would take coaching for Teachers Eligibility Test.
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Notification issued by RBI covers cigars,c herrots, cigarillos or other tobacco substitutes

RBI prohibits FDI in manufacturing of tobacco products

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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: Reserve Bank has said that Foreign Direct Investment in manufacturing of tobacco products is prohibited, though activities such as retail and wholesale trading fall under the sectoral restrictions.
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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: Reserve Bank has said that Foreign Direct Investment in manufacturing of tobacco products is prohibited, though activities such as retail and wholesale trading fall under the sectoral restrictions.
Media reports that in a notification issued, RBI said Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is prohibited in the manufacturing of cigars, cheroots, cigarillos and cigarettes, of tobacco or of tobacco substitutes.
It further clarified that the prohibition applies only to manufacturing of the products mentioned therein and foreign direct investment in other activities relating to these products including wholesale cash and carry, retail trading shall be governed by the sectoral restrictions laid down in the FDI policy.
The Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, under the Commerce Ministry has framed these guidelines on sectoral restrictions.....
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Home Ministry had asked PIB to have police verification of journalists every year

PIB accredited journos will not have to undergo verification every year

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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: PIB accredited journalists will not have to undergo police verification every year for renewal. Official sources said that after consultations between Home Ministry and the PIB, it had been decided that there is no requireme....
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New Delhi, July 4, 2015: PIB accredited journalists will not have to undergo police verification every year for renewal. Official sources said that after consultations between Home Ministry and the PIB, it had been decided that there is no requirement of fresh security verification in renewal cases. However, a list of all cases for renewal will be sent for approval before issue to the Chief Security Officer, Home Ministry, as is the normal practice.
Media reports that the Home Ministry had earlier asked PIB to ensure that all government accredited journalists, numbering over 2,500, must have police verification at the time of yearly renewal. However it led to concerns that this would delay the process and about practical difficulties.
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Recommendations for allowing transfer of properties from leasehold to free hold

Chamber of Chandigarh Industries hails UT's move on Industrialists' demands

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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: The Chamber of Chandigarh Industries hailed the administration's recommendations for allowing the transfer of the properties from leasehold to the free hold, increasing the FAR and allowing need based changes to the Ministry....
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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: The Chamber of Chandigarh Industries hailed the administration's recommendations for allowing the transfer of the properties from leasehold to the free hold, increasing the FAR and allowing need based changes to the Ministry of Home.
Vinod Mittal, chairman of the Chamber of Chandigarh Industries said that the positive approach of the Administrator Prof Kaptan Singh Solanki and Adviser Vijay Kumar Dev has raised the hopes of the residents that their long pending demands will be fulfilled now. He said the after the recently announced industrial policy the new steps will provide the much needed relief to the property owners.
He said that the Chamber of Chandigarh Industries raised these demands earlier while giving suggestions to the industrial policy.
He said the FAR of the industrial plots should be increased from existing .75 to 2 so that the future growth of the industrial area can be possible. Without increasing the FAR the industrialists can not expand their business.
He added that all over the country, conversion of leasehold property to freehold had been allowed but not in the city.
This is injustice to the industrialists who worked hard for the growth of the city over the years.
He said that a committee formed under the chairmanship of the former DC had also recommended the same but that was not implemented due to the various reasons.
Mittal said that allowing the conversion of industrial plots from leasehold to free hold will be a win- win situation for both the administration and the industrialists. He said that while the administration will get huge revenue from the conversion of the plots the industrialists will also be able benefit by it.
He said that sub-committee of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs has also recommended that the UT Administration should consider conversion of industrial plots from leasehold into freehold. Conversion of leasehold properties into freehold is a long-pending demand of local industrialists. All industrial properties auctioned or allotted after 1980 were given on a leasehold basis. Before this, the properties were given on a freehold basis. " As much as 90 per cent of the industrial properties are leasehold and industrialists contend that they cannot get loans against such properties, or sell these." he said.
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Fazilka admin organises an inspiring inauguration ceremony

Dr Sumeet ADC (D) Fazilka inaugurates National Digital Week in stupendous manner

People can store their important documents in digital lockers

ADC answered queries of the audience in a homely tone

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Fazilka: July 4: The Additional Deputy Commissioner of Fazilka, Dr Sumeet Jarangal IAS inaugurated the Digital India Week being observed from July 3 to July 7 at the City Garden Palace Fazilka. Speaking at the impressive inauguration ceremony functio....
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Fazilka: July 4: The Additional Deputy Commissioner of Fazilka, Dr Sumeet Jarangal IAS inaugurated the Digital India Week being observed from July 3 to July 7 at the City Garden Palace Fazilka. Speaking at the impressive inauguration ceremony function held in a remarkable way at the City Garden Palace Dr Sumeet said “the Digital India programme is a flagship programme of the Government of India with a idea to make over India into a digitally empowered society and an economy in which growth is dependent on the quantity, quality, and accessibility of the information available, rather than the means of production”.

The energetic officer, Dr Sumeet Jarangal explained each and every point of the digital India plan to the participants very meticulously in a two hour session. He repeatedly asked the audience to seek information, if anything is unclear to them. Many women participants asked various queries from the ADC, who responded in a stupendous manner to each question in a homely atmosphere. The audience included all the district heads of the departments and “Asha” workers of the district.

The special presentations were given by the health department, education department, elections department and few other departments on this occasion.

Dr Sumeet further said “that the digital locker is a facility provided by the Government of India wherein people would be provided digital lockers to carefully store their important documents, whether educational certificates or property documents”. It aims at ensuring the government services are made available to citizens electronically by reducing paperwork added Dr Sumeet. Digital Locker System aims to minimize the usage of physical documents and enable sharing of e-documents across agencies. The sharing of the e-documents will be done through registered repositories thereby ensuring the authenticity of the documents online added further Dr Sumeet.

Digital locker is an online facility wherein any person can open account by entering in the Aadhar card number and registered mobile number. To avail this facility people should log on to http://digilocker.gov.in and http://elocker.gov.in and open the account. All kinds of certificates can be scanned and stores in the accounts. When needed, instead of carrying bulky files, one has to simply login and download copies of certificates.
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GST will be a simplified Taxation System - Jaitley informs CAIT

Delegation meets Union Finance Minister, raises concerns: Harish Garg

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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: "The proposed Goods & Services Tax (GST) will be a simplified taxation system which will eradicate miseries being faced by trading community in present taxation system. The GST will end the cobweb of various taxes levied at ....
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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: "The proposed Goods & Services Tax (GST) will be a simplified taxation system which will eradicate miseries being faced by trading community in present taxation system. The GST will end the cobweb of various taxes levied at different stages from production to distribution and will also bring an end to multiple Authority taxation regime "-said Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley while talking to a delegation of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) at his residence today at New Delhi.
Jaitley also released a public advocacy Book " India moving Towards GST" published by CAIT.
While giving the information Harish Garg national secretary and president of the Chandigarh chapter said that the CAIT delegation led by its National Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal met Jaitely
The CAIT will be holding a National Convention on GST very soon at New Delhi and it has extended an invitation to Mr.Jaitley to address the said Conference which will be attended by leaders of prominent Trade Federations, Associations and Chambers from all over the Country. We have apprised the Finance Minister with our apprehensions and he has assured to look into-said Garg.
Earlier while presenting a memorandum on proposed GST, the delegation urged the Finance Minister to get the tax bifurcated between Central & State Governments through computerised system and traders may not be held as a subject to multiple Authorities. While advocating a reasonable tax rate under GST, the delegation also said that levy of 1% Additional tax on inter-state transactions should be reconsidered as it will have a cascading effect since traders will not be able to obtain input tax credit on the same.
The CAIT leaders Bhimsen Agarwal and Manmohan Goyal also stressed the need of a nationwide awareness campaign on proposed GST for disseminating information on proposed GST.
Jaitley while giving a patient hearing to the delegation said that once the GST Bill is passed by Parliament and subsequently by State legislatures, separate Bills for CGST and IGST will need to be passed by Parliament and SGST Bill will be passed by State legislatures and at that time the stakeholders will be consulted and their apprehensions will be suitably addressed. He also informed that GST rates will be finalised by GST Council comprising of Union & State Governments Finance Ministers. Jaitley said that GST is aimed to avoid distortions in tax regime due to multiplicity of taxes & exemption and at the same time will give every opportunity to traders and other stakeholders to make a voluntary compliance which will result into widening of tax base. " The Government is committed to provide a hassle free taxation system under GST.....
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Haryana Staff Selection Commission invites online application for post of PGTs

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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: Haryana Staff Selection Commission has invited online applications to fill up 1,271 posts of Post Graduate Teachers (PGT) HES-II (Group B services).
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Chandigarh, July 4, 2015: Haryana Staff Selection Commission has invited online applications to fill up 1,271 posts of Post Graduate Teachers (PGT) HES-II (Group B services).
Out of these total posts, 25 posts are in Mewat area Cadre. The candidates applying for these should have certificate of Haryana Teachers Eligibility Test (HTET) or School Teachers Eligibility Test (STET). Those candidates who have passed HTET till date of interview after advertisement will be allowed for interview on the basis of acquiring HTET (Test), till the date of interview.
Except for district Mewat, of the 1,246 posts of various subjects of PGT, 446 posts are of Computer Science, 715 posts of Fine Arts and 85 posts of Music. Similarly, for Mewat cadre only, out of the 25 posts of various subjects of PGT 5 posts are of Computer Science, 17 posts of Fine Arts and 3 posts of Music.
The online application can be filled up from August 21 to September 21 September, 2015 thereafter website link will be disabled. The last date for fee submission is September 24, 2015. For applying online and getting more information, the candidates can visit the website of the Commission www.hssc.gov.in.....
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Outlay of Rs. 50,000 crore over a period of five years

CCEA gives approval to new scheme Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana

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Jalandhar, July 4, 2015: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has given its approval to a new scheme the “Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana” (PMKSY). It will have an outlay of Rs. 50,000 crore over a period of five years (2015-16 t....
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Jalandhar, July 4, 2015: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has given its approval to a new scheme the “Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana” (PMKSY). It will have an outlay of Rs. 50,000 crore over a period of five years (2015-16 to 2019-20). The allocation for the current financial year is Rs. 5300 crore.

In a press release received here,it said that he major objective of the PMKSY is to achieve convergence of investments in irrigation at the field level, expand cultivable area under assured irrigation (Har Khet ko pani), improve on-farm water use efficiency to reduce wastage of water, enhance the adoption of precision-irrigation and other water saving technologies (More crop per drop), enhance recharge of aquifers and introduce sustainable water conservation practices by exploring the feasibility of reusing treated municipal based water for peri-urban agriculture and attract greater private investment in precision irrigation system. The scheme also aims at bringing concerned Ministries/Departments/Agencies/Research and Financial Institutions engaged in creation/use/recycling/potential recycling of water, brought under a common platform, so that a comprehensive and holistic view of the entire "water cycle" is taken into account and proper water budgeting is done for all sectors namely, household, agriculture and industries.
The program-me architecture of PMKSY aims at a 'decentralized State level planning and execution' structure, in order to allow States to draw up a District Irrigation Plan (DIP) and a State Irrigation Plan (SIP). DIP will have holistic developmental perspective of the district outlining medium to long term developmental plans integrating three components namely, water sources, distribution network and water use application of the district to be prepared at two levels - the block and the district. All structures created under the schemes will be geotagged.
The program-me will be supervised and monitored at the national level by an Inter-Ministerial National Steering Committee (NSC) under the Chairmanship of the Prime Minister with Union Ministers of all concerned Ministries. A National Executive Committee (NEC) is to be constituted under the Chairmanship of the Vice Chairman, NITI Aayog to oversee program-me implementation, allocation of resources, inter ministerial coordination, monitoring and performance assessment, addressing administrative issues etc. At the state level the scheme is to be administered by a State Level Sanctioning Committee (SLSC) to be Chaired by the Chief Secretary of the respective States. The committee will have all authority to sanction the project and also monitor the progress of the scheme. At the district level their shall be a district level implementation committee for ensuring last mile coordination a the field level.
It is expected that PMKSY will provide convergence to existing schemes of water management, thus bringing efficiency to the use of water.
Background:
In the last one year, the Government of India has taken several farmer friendly initiatives. These, among-st other things, include the following:
• A new scheme has been introduced to issue a Soil Health Card to every farmer. Soil Health Management in the country is being promoted through setting up of soil and fertilizer testing laboratories. 34 lath soil samples has been collected and analysis is continuing.
• A new scheme for promoting organic farming "Pramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana" has been launched to promote organic farming.
• A dedicated Kisan Channel has been started by Doordarshan to address various issues concerning farmers.
• Government is also encouraging formation of Farmer Producer organizations.
• Assistance to farmers, as input subsidy, has been increased by 50 percent in case of natural calamities.
• Norms have been relaxed to provide assistance from previous norm of crop loss of more than 50 percent to 33 percent to farmers afflicted by natural calamities.
• Minimum Support Price (MSP) for various Kharif crops has been increased. Bonus of Rs.200 per quintal has been announced for pulses. Area coverage under pulses has increased over the last year.
Taking it further, yesterday the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister has given its approval to two new schemes in agriculture sector. These are the PMKSY and Promotion of National Agriculture Market.....
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NGA identified 72 objects for initial scrutiny from its Asian art collection of about 5,000 items

Hindus urge National Gallery of Australia to expedite provenance of Hindu statues

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Nevada (USA), July 4, 2015: Hindus are urging National Gallery of Australia (NGA) to quicken the provenance of statues of Hindu deities “selected for review” and if proved stolen, return these to Hindu temples they originally belonged.

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Nevada (USA), July 4, 2015: Hindus are urging National Gallery of Australia (NGA) to quicken the provenance of statues of Hindu deities “selected for review” and if proved stolen, return these to Hindu temples they originally belonged.

Australia’s flagship gallery NGA has identified 72 objects for initial scrutiny from its Asian art collection of about 5,000 items under its Asian Art Provenance Research Project launched in December last, which includes 3rd century Garuda; besides statues of Lakshmi, Shiva, child-saint Sambandar (cost USD 765,000), Vishnu, Sita, Ganesha, Durga, Krishna, Nagaraja, Kali, Skanda, Nandi, Varaha, Mariyamman, Sarasvati, etc. NGA returned stolen Shiva Nataraja to India in September last.

Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that NGA should make sure that its commitments to ethical standards were fully met and publish a definite timeline for completing the provenance investigations.

Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, urged all the museums and art galleries of the world, including Australia, to make sure when acquiring new Hindu artifacts in the future that these were not looted from Hindu religious centers and should follow strict due diligence procedures and have transparent provenance. Pillaging of Hindu temples and archeological sites for mercantile greed was not okay, Zed indicated.

Rajan Zed further said that devotees had been worshipping these images of Hindu deities for centuries and, if confirmed as stolen, the world should respect their feelings by making arrangements to respectfully return to the religious institutions these plundered antiquities rightfully belonged to before being stolen. He or other Hindu scholars would gladly assist if needed, Zed pointed out.

NGA in Canberra has over 160,000 works of art in its permanent collections. Its Art of the Indian Subcontinent gallery displays many fine Hindu sculptures, textiles and paintings; including images of Hindu gods and goddesses. Allen Myers and John Hindmarsh are chairmen of NGA Council and Foundation Board respectively, while Dr. Gerard Vaughan is director.

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Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar addressing a public meeting at Bawal in district Rewari

AIIMS would be opened at Village Manethi in District Rewari: Khattar

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Chandigarh July 4, 2015: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal today disclosed that a centre of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) would be opened at Village Manethi in district Rewari for the expansion of health services in the State.
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Chandigarh July 4, 2015: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal today disclosed that a centre of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) would be opened at Village Manethi in district Rewari for the expansion of health services in the State.
The Chief Minister, who was addressing a public meeting at Bawal in district Rewari also said that discussion is on with Punjab government on deadlock of Hansi-Bhutana link canal and it was on a positive note. If this deadlock is lifted, southern Haryana would not face any scarcity of water.
Union Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh was also present at the public meeting.
The Chief Minister also announced many development schemes for Rewari. These schemes included bypass to be constructed at a cost of Rs 500 crore, beginning of basic classes from the new academic session at Bawal centre of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, new bus stand to be constructed at Banipur chowk located on NH-8 in Bawal, a Trauma Centre, multi-skill centre at village Dhamlawas for the improvement of vocational skills of youth. He also announced to give Rs 10 crore for construction of sheds at Anaj Mandi and undertake development works in rural areas and Rs 5 crore for urban development.
He also announced to approve of schemes of Rs 19 crore under which besides railway under bridge, 34 link roads of Bawal constituency would be constructed. The Chief Minister also announced to initiate project of Rs 85 crore for the construction of roads in Rewari and Rs 40 crore project for widening of NH-8 at Dharuhera. The Chief Minister also announced increase of power supply from 12 hours to 15 hours a day for areas under Ahrod feeder of Bawal constituency.
The Chief Minister said that with a view to overcome the old problem of drinking water and irrigation, a Rs 143 crore project with the support of NABARD has been approved by the state government for Rewari and Mahendragarh districts. He said that efforts would be made to initiate talks with Rajasthan government for finding solution to problem of bringing water in Masani Baraj on Sahbi river. A project would be undertaken to bring the extra water in to Yamuna river during rains in area of Masani Baraj through Jawahar Lal Nehru and Western Yamuna canal.
He said that for transparent governance every district has CM- Window , every tehsil has e-registration and services are being provided through common service centre at village level. With a view to improve administrative management, he assured the people that soon this would also be done at division and sub – division level. He said that every year he would tour every Vidhan Sabha constituency of the state.....
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Every village to be made Swachh in next two years

Punjab Govt to spend Rs 2200 Cr on making rural areas Swachh: Rakhra

Five-day workshop begins to make villages open defecation Free

People should change their habits, use toilets, Additional Chief Secretary

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Ludhiana, July 4, 2015: Punjab government’s Minister for Water Supply and Sanitation and Higher Education Mr Surjit Singh Rakhra today said that the Punjab government was going to spend Rs2200 cr to clean the rural areas of state and making them Swachh. Under the project the villages would be mad....
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Ludhiana, July 4, 2015: Punjab government’s Minister for Water Supply and Sanitation and Higher Education Mr Surjit Singh Rakhra today said that the Punjab government was going to spend Rs2200 cr to clean the rural areas of state and making them Swachh. Under the project the villages would be made open defecation free, old water supply schemes will be upgraded and sewerage will be laid in the villages.

While talking to the media persons after inaugurating the five-day workshop of water supply and sanitation started at the Sukhdev Bhawan in PAU, he said that the Punjab government was committed to cleaning the villages under Swachh Bharat Mission scheme under which in next two years all the villages in state will be cleaned.

Rs 2200 cr would be spent on the project of which Rs 1000 cr would be spent on constructing toilets and remaining Rs 1200 cr would be spent on modernization of old water supply schemes that will provide clean drinking water and sewerage facility.

He said that due to the earnest efforts of the Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal coupled with the works of water supply and sanitation department, World Bank has chosen Punjab to give this fund, which will herald in revolution in the water supply and sanitation sector. He added that the state government was making efforts to get Rs 3000 cr fund from the center government to make Punjab first open defecation free state of the country and make it state with best better water supply, sanitation and sewerage facility. He reiterated that the SAD-BJP government was committed to make villages clean.

He said it was unfortunate that Punjab state’s 70 percent households in rural areas have toilets but only 40 percent of these are used. Over the next two years, 7.92 lacs toilets would be constructed in Punjab. He appealed the participants of workshop including the employees and members to go to every village and create awareness on keeping surroundings clean and use the toikers as it would greatly contribute in forming a healthy future. He also appealed people to help teh employees in this task. He also issued the Swachh Punjab logo at event.

Addressing the participants the additional chief secretary Mr Suresh Kumar gave detailed information about training capsule that would continue till July 8. During the training, the Feedback Foundation will teach participants to work in groups on the ways to create awareness in people. He appealed all the employees and members to take this message of Punjab government to every household. Earlier the Chief Engineer Mr Daljit Singh Cheema, director water supply Mr Mohammad Ashfaq, Mr Ajay Sinha from Feedback Foundation also addressed the gathering.

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Deputy Commissioner & Municipal Commissioner performed inauguration

Dispensary inaugurated at Giaspura Flats for economically poor families of city

Special camp organised to enrol people for Aadhar Cards & gas connections

People living in Jhuggis to get flats by 15TH August

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Ludhiana, July 4, 2015: The Punjab Government today in a pathbreaking initiative made a dispensary (Urban Primary Health Centre) operational in the flats constructed at Giaspura for the economically poor families of the city. The staff members in ade....
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Ludhiana, July 4, 2015: The Punjab Government today in a pathbreaking initiative made a dispensary (Urban Primary Health Centre) operational in the flats constructed at Giaspura for the economically poor families of the city. The staff members in adequate numbers have also been deputed at the dispensary. Besides this, a special camp was also organized for making aadhar cards and giving gas connections to the families residing in these flats The opening ceremony of the camp was performed by Deputy Commissioner Rajat Aggarwal in the presence of Commissioner, Municipal Corporation G.K. Singh Dhaliwal.
It is worth mentioning that the Chief Secretary, Punjab, Mr. Sarvesh Kaushal visited these flats and supervised the facilities being given to the people living here. He had instructed the district authorities to provide basic amenities such as—dispensary and gas connections along with Aadhar cards to the people residing in the flats.
The Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Rajat Aggarwal on this occasion said that the dispensary, opened by the Health Department, has 1 G.N.M. staff nurse, A.N.M. and other staff members who would provide medical facilities to the people. Besides this, a doctor has also arranged to pay a visit here once in a week to examine the residents and give them medical counseling.
The Deputy Commissioner further stated that a dentist would also be deputed here soon as per the demand of the residents. He disclosed that this dispensary would provide modern medical facilities to the 600 families living here. Divulging more information, he said that around 100 people were enrolled for the aadhar cards and 80 people applied for the gas connections.
The Deputy Commissioner also informed that the Chief Secretary during his visit listened to the problems of the people and instructed the Municipal corporation authorities to complete the work on water tank by 31st December 2015 so that facility of clean drinking water can be provided to the people. He informed that the Punjab Government has constructed 2100 flats here in Giaspura out of which 600 have been allotted. The rest of the flats would be allotted before 15th August.
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Party pleads for not an inch of land to be acquired by Government without farmers Consent

SAD already made its stand clear to JPC on Land Acquisition Ordinance: Badal

Urges Union Government to adopt time tested Punjab model of Land Acquisition

Asks Capt. Amarinder to list any single village ever visited by him during his tenure as Chief Minister

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Fatehgarh Rajputan (Amritsar), July 4, 2015: To safeguard the interests of farmers across the country, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that the Shiromani Akali Dal has already made its stand crystal clear to the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) regarding the proposed Right to fair Compensation and Transparency the Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Amendment) Ordinance, thereby pleading that not even an inch of land should be acquired by government without the consent of the farmers and the land owners.
Talking to the media persons on the second day of his Sangat Darshan Program in Jandiala Guru Assembly segment, the Chief Minister said that all the SAD MPs in Lok Sabha had already submitted a detailed memorandum to the Chairman JPC stipulating that land was a priceless assets of the farmers and it should not be acquired by the government without the consent of the farmers/land owners. Likewise, land should only be acquired for public sector projects and the government should not get into acquisition of private entities. Mr. Badal mentioned that Punjab had a time tested success story of land acquisition policy which ensured that no land was acquired forcefully whenever land was acquired, the interests of the farmers/owners whose land was acquired were paramount and were protected by giving them an option at the rate of market rate plus displacement allowance of 30% or becoming partners in the proposed project through a land pooling policy.
Mr. Badal pointed out that the Shiromani Akali Dal has impressed upon the Union Government wherever the land was to be acquired, farmers should be given the option of accepting compensation on market rate plus displacement allowance or join a land pooling process under a policy as followed in Punjab. Further, the farmer should not be denied the right to approach court for redress of grievance.
The Chief Minister opined that the state should be given a free hand for fixing market price of the land to be acquired and that price should be accepted for all acquisition, regardless of whether these were done for the state government or the Central government or the public projects. The Chief Minister emphasized that the Punjab model of land acquisition policy should be followed while finalizing a national policy on the subject as SAD was a votary of fool proof safeguards for compensating the farmers and those dependent on land including farm and labourers.
Asked to comment on the state wide ‘mass contact’ program launched by the former Chief Minister and the Congress Deputy Leader in Lok Sabha Capt. Amarinder Singh, the Chief Minister dared Amarinder Singh to list out any single village in the state which he had ever visited during his tenure as Chief Minister from 2002 to 2007 to redress the grievances of people. He said Sangat Darshan program was the most effective platform for the general masses to get their day to day genuine issues addressed on the spot with the participation of local administration. He said, ‘Sangat Darshan is the only channel of two way communication which is the essence of clean, transparent and accountable governance on the contrary mass contact program being carried out by Amarinder Singh is merely a ploy to promote his own image on one hand and to pursue his hidden agenda to capture power by exploiting the sentiments of the people on the other’.
Mr. Badal quipped, “Capt. Amarinder’s tenure was dominated by his lust to rule over the masses as Chief Minister of the state, being a monarch whereas I, being an elected representative of the people, am ever committed to serve them with all humility and dedication as a loyal public servant. I will always serve the people with the same zeal, sincerity and commitment till my last breath.” The Chief Minister said that he has been overwhelmed by the unbounded love and affection showered by the people on him, which further rejuvenated his unflinching spirit to dedicate his entire life in the service of humanity in consonance with his party’s mission ‘Raj Nahi Sewa’ (We serve people not to rule).
While addressing the people during the Sangat Darshan program, the Chief Minister said that he realized still lot was to be done to ensure overall development of this area so as the fruits of development must percolate down at the grass root level. Thus, he announced to get a comprehensive study done on the villages of Jandiala Guru Assembly Constituency jointly by the Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and the local administration to ensure sector wise development of the area with the thrust on the welfare of all sections of the society in a far more meaningful and result oriented manner.
Later, he visited the historic spot in the village Fatehgarh Rajputan to pay glorious tributes and respect to the revered martyrs hailing from this village, who laid down their lives during the Sri Nankana Sahib Massacre.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by his Special Principal Secretary Mr. S. Karuna Raju, MLA Jandiala Guru Mr. Baljit Singh Jalal Usma besides the senior officers of the civil and police administration of Amritsar district.

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People of State had twice rejected his style and voted for Parkash Singh Badal

SAD has no objection if Amarinder likes to dream like Mungeri Lal: Dr. Cheema

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Patiala, July 4, 2015: The Shiromani Akali Dal today said that it has no objection if former Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh likes to dream like Mungeri lal for establishment of Congress government in the state.
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Patiala, July 4, 2015: The Shiromani Akali Dal today said that it has no objection if former Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh likes to dream like Mungeri lal for establishment of Congress government in the state.
Reacting to the statement of Capt. Amarinder Singh at Rajpura rally today, the SAD Secretary and Spokesman and Punjab Education Minister Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema said that it was strange that after biting dust twice in the Vidhan Sabha elections Capt. Amarinder Singh is still dreaming to come to power in next Vidhan Sabha elections. He reminded the Congress leader that the people of the state had voted for Parkash Singh Badal’s style of functioning while rejecting his royal style of functioning as S. Badal is always down to earth and always prefer to go to the people for their works.
Dr. Cheema said that Sangat Darhan Programmes are the best way to reach out to the people for doing their works. He also reminded the former CM that during his tenure as Chief Minister leave alone the common man his own ministers had to search for him to get their works done. He said that if still he thinks that his style is the best and dreams to regain power then the SAD wishes best of luck to him and it has no objection in his dreaming like Mungeri lal.
Lashing out the Congress MP for his comments on Education system in the state, the Education Minister said that he (Capt. Amarinder) was only CM of any state who had banned the recruitment of teachers during his tenure as Chief Minister. If he had done the required work during his tenure as CM the situation would have been different. He further said that during the last eight years much has been done in this field which has placed Punjab at the top in providing education system in the country.
He urged the Congress leader to find some other way for becoming the President of the PPCC instead of wasting the time of people and money of his own partymen.....
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Beautifully organised event, touched the hearts of the populace of village Pandori Atwal

D.C Anindita Mitra declares war against declining female sex ratio, honors girl child families

Save the girl child emerges as a big issue, people joins the movement

Hundreds of people show solidarity on social media sites

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By Amritpal Brar

Hoshiarpur: July 4: Excellence is always the result of high intention, sincere effort and intelligent execution. These words truly match with the personality of Mrs Anindita Mitra an IAS officer of the 2007 batch, who is serving as Deputy Commissioner of Hoshiarpur since January 1st 2015. After taki....
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Hoshiarpur: July 4: Excellence is always the result of high intention, sincere effort and intelligent execution. These words truly match with the personality of Mrs Anindita Mitra an IAS officer of the 2007 batch, who is serving as Deputy Commissioner of Hoshiarpur since January 1st 2015. After taking over as D.C, she promised to look into the social issues and social security sector matters on priority.

Keeping her promise to launch the “save the girl child” movement in a big way, the Deputy Commissioner of Hoshiarpur Mrs Anindita Mitra IAS today organised a well planned and beautiful programme in village “Pandori Atwal” to highlight this issue and to honour the newly born girl child of 0 to 1 year age and their families’ .i.e. mother & father in the district Hoshiarpur. She showered the families with the pack of gifts including a specially made “silver Pajeb” for the mother of the girl child. A special sticker was also pasted on the gate of the honoured families. It can be said, it is a kind of new beginning to promote the thought of “save the girl child” in the Hoshiarpur district.

The village “Pandori Atwal” was chosen for launching the Beti Bachao, because female sex ratio in this village is 653 against 1000. In a month long exercise, around 500 newly born girl infants aged 0 to 1 year has been identified and chosen in a special survey conducted by the office of District Programme officer with the coordination and help of various other departments in the district.

To execute this programme in an effective manner, 10 teams of administrative officers led by the DC herself, ADC (G) Mr Adappa Karthik, ADC (D) Harbir Singh, AC (General), AC (Grievances), SDMs & Tehsildars of Hoshiarpur, Dasuya, Mukerian and Garhshankar, District Programme officer, DDPO, District Social Security officer & District Revenue officer along with Naib Tehsildars has been constituted.

Notable aspect of this event is that the teams of administrative officers constituted by the administration will reach the homes of the identified families. They will meet the parents of new born girl child and shower the family with the pack of gifts including a specially made “silver Pajeb” for the mother of the girl child. Besides this honour, these families will also be tagged as “celebrated” families by pasting a special kind of sticker on the gates of their houses.

It was a month ago, when Mrs Anindita Mitra IAS Deputy Commissioner who is also chairman of the Red Cross Society have decided and promised to launch a campaign in an exclusive way to highlight the declining female sex ratio in different parts of the state particularly in Hoshiarpur. The main focus of this campaign is to highlight the call for “save the girl child” by showering honours to the newly born girl child including her mother & father.

Interestingly, when a copy of the babushahi news related with this unique campaign was posted on the social media site few days ago, it received unprecedented response from the people. Large numbers of people sent their wishes for the success of the movement.

Mrs Anindita Mitra while speaking with APS said “The aim of this programme is to create a positive icon for girls in society and therefore change the perceptions and mindsets of people who still plump for boy child”. When the country is confronted with problems related with women safety and other forms of assault, such efforts are most required and they should be started from ground level by involving the people added Mrs Anindita.

Asserting her view point, Anindita said "A home without a daughter is like a body without soul, we have forgotten this famous Indian proverb”. There used to be a time when, no ceremony was considered to be completed in absence of women. Then why such unfair feelings now, when the girls are shining in every field, whether it is civil services, sports, education and making their families feel proud asked Mrs Anindita Mitra.

This movement is prepared to address the issue of gender discrimination in the district. “My pledge is to ensure equal male-female sex ratio in our district” asserted Mrs Anindita Mitra in an ending note with APS.

Mr Gian Chand Bansal spokesperson of the “Swaraj Sanwad lehar” said “The way in which a woman bureaucrat of Punjab has carry out a clear-headed endeavour to high light an important social issue, it deserve to be commended by everyone, without exception”. Hoshiarpur has emerged as a trend setter district by highlighting this issue and organising it in a beautifully shaped event which will continue all over the district; we congratulate the administration for this unique effort added Mr Bansal.

ANINDITA GETS DOMINANCE ON SOCIAL MEDIA BY GETTING MAXIMUM LIKES

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Hussainiwala Memorial to be developed as 'tourist centre' with light & sound project : Bhawra

Punjab at 12th place in the country from tourists point of view with 2.45 lakh visitors every year : Randhawa

Opening of Indo-Pak border for trade purposes looks to be dram despite assurances from various dignitaries

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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 4, 2015: Hussainiwala Martys’ Memorial will be developed as tourist centre and tourists will be provided all kinds of facilities.
Martyrs’ memorial is situated on Indo-Pak international border 11 KMs from Ferozepur situated on the banks of Satluj River.

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Ferozepur, July 4, 2015: Hussainiwala Martys’ Memorial will be developed as tourist centre and tourists will be provided all kinds of facilities.
Martyrs’ memorial is situated on Indo-Pak international border 11 KMs from Ferozepur situated on the banks of Satluj River.

It may be added that to showcase the rich legacy of Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh, Rajguru & Sukhdev and other unsung heroes of the national freedom struggle, the setting up of big views’ gallery with an artistic look to accommodate 3000 persons has already been taken up for which the foundation stone was laid by the then Home Minister, P.Chidambaram in October last year. The total cost of the gallery will be around Rs.14 crore. Apart from this four-lane of road is also in progress. However, the opening of this border for trade purposes looks to be a dream despite various assurances by the visiting dignitaries since 1971.

Madam Anjali Bhawara, Principal Secretary Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Punjab was here today. After paying the floral tributes at the memorial, the setting up of light and sound project was reviewed.

Madam Bhawra said, the retreat ceremony is witnessed by thousands of visitors on their visit to Indo-Pak international border and pay their obedience to the martyrs.

She said, the funds to maintain the old railway station building at the place of memorial will be released shortly besides starting the work on light and sound project by the committee constituted for the purpose.

Navjot Pal Singh, Director Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Punjab who accompanying the Principal Secretary said, the Punjab has come from 28th to 12th place in the tourist list of the country and now more than 2.45 lakh tourists are visiting Punjab every year resulting in increase of government revenue and employment opportunities. The department is already on the job of providing more facilities to increase the visits of tourists.

Present among others were Amit Kumar, ADC, Sundeep Singh Garha, SDM, Ms Jasleen Kaur Sandu, Asstt. Commissioner and officers of the district administration.

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Bhola Drug case

Jagdish Bhola's whole family chargesheeted by ED

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Patiala, July 4, 2015: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today filed chargesheet in Jagdish Bholla drug case. This chargesheet has been filed against almost all the family members of prime accused Jagdish Bhola. The accused includes Bholla's Father Ba....
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Patiala, July 4, 2015: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today filed chargesheet in Jagdish Bholla drug case. This chargesheet has been filed against almost all the family members of prime accused Jagdish Bhola. The accused includes Bholla's Father Balshinder Singh, Mother Baltej Kaur, Wife Gurpreet Kaur, Father in law Dalip Singh, Mother in Law Amarjit Kaur and Gurmeet Kaur, Jagminder Singh, Joginder Kaur, Avtar Tari, Sandeep Kaur and Baljit Kaur etc. ....
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Amarinder's Punjab Yatra in Rajpura

Amarinder to Badal : Come out of medieval mindset, Sangat Darshan is 200 years old idea

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Rajpura, July 4 : Congress Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Capt Amarinder Singh today advised the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to come out of his medieval mindset as the world had moved past his two centuries old Sangat Darshan idea. "Punjab tod....
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Rajpura, July 4 : Congress Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Capt Amarinder Singh today advised the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to come out of his medieval mindset as the world had moved past his two centuries old Sangat Darshan idea. "Punjab today does not need your medieval practice of distributing grants at your whims, it needs proper and long term planning", he told Mr Badal while addressing a largely attended public meeting organised by the local MLA Hardayal Kambhoj here today.

Reacting to Mr Badal's criticism of his public meetings and mass contact programme, Capt Amarinder told him, "the mass contact programmes are like these organised by us where people are not forced and lured with bogus cheques, but come of their own like they are coming in the Congress meetings". He reiterated that Badal could not think beyond his arcane Sangat Darshan programmes that eventually led to eroding economy with 130 lakh crore debt, unemployment and closure of the industry.

Pointing out that the drug scourge was eating into vitals of the society, the former Chief Minister held Akalis responsible for it saying the drug smugglers were protected and patronised by them (the Akalis) only. He said, while small time drug addicts were being jailed, the big smugglers were roaming free with Badals' help.

He asked Badal to look beyond his personal and family interests and think about Punjab. He pointed out, Mr Badal had inherited just 80 acres of land from his father and now his assets were worth billions. He said, while the roads in Punjab were crying for attention as the government had no money, Badal built a special road in Mullanpur that leads to his under construction five star hotel there.

Congratulating Hardayal Kambhoj for organising a great programme with large public attendance, Capt Amarinder said, it reflected the widespread anger and resentment against the government. He said, wherever he was going people were coming out in huge numbers to express support and solidarity wanting to get rid of the Akalis at the earliest.

The senior Congress leader promised that once Congress formed the government, it will focus on developing industry and infrastructure which will not only help in creating the jobs but also generating employment. He recalled that during his Chief Ministership he had provided concessions to the mega-projects worth 100 crores and above on the condition they would provide 2000 local jobs. He regretted that the Badals reversed it and wanted their share from the mega-projects and with the result they moved out.

Speaking on the occasion, the Congress Legislative Party leader Sunil Jakhar said, Capt Amarinder's rallies had created storm across Punjab and shaken the Akali-BJP regime. He said, the Akalis, no less than the Chief Minister Badal were regularly getting humiliated by the BJP leaders and they were not even in a position to protest.

Former MP and Patiala MLA Ms Preneet Kaur also addressed the meeting.

Senior party leader Mr Laal Singh and Nabha MLA Sadhu Singh Dharamsot left early after addressing the meeting as they had prior engagements

Among others present on the occasion included Sunil Jakhar, Preneet Kaur, Rana Gurjeet Singh, Kewal Dhillon, Sukh Sarkaria, Tripat Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Sukhjinder Randhawa, Balbir Sidhu, Gur Iqbal Kaur, Mohammad Sadiq, Bir Devinder Singh, Gurkirat Singh Kotli, Madan Lal Jalalpur, Nirmal Singh Shatrana, Surjit Singh Kaka Lohgarh, Gurmail Pahalwan, Pawan Dewan, Sanjeev Sharma Bittu and others ....
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Badal on Land Acquisition

SAD has crystal clear stand to JPC on Land Acquisition Ordinance : Badal

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Fatehgarh Rajputan (Amritsar), July 4- Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that the Shiromani Akali Dal has already made its stand crystal clear to the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) regarding the proposed Right to fair Compensation and Transparency the Land Acquisition, R....
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Fatehgarh Rajputan (Amritsar), July 4- Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that the Shiromani Akali Dal has already made its stand crystal clear to the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) regarding the proposed Right to fair Compensation and Transparency the Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Amendment) Ordinance, thereby pleading that not even an inch of land should be acquired by government without the consent of the farmers and the land owners.

Talking to the media persons on the second day of his Sangat Darshan Program in Jandiala Guru Assembly segment, Badal said that all the SAD MPs in Lok Sabha had already submitted a detailed memorandum to the Chairman JPC stipulating that land was a priceless assets of the farmers and it should not be acquired by the government without the consent of the farmers/land owners. Likewise, land should only be acquired for public sector projects and the government should not get into acquisition of private entities.

Mr. Badal mentioned that Punjab had a time tested success story of land acquisition policy which ensured that no land was acquired forcefully whenever land was acquired, the interests of the farmers/owners whose land was acquired were paramount and were protected by giving them an option at the rate of market rate plus displacement allowance of 30% or becoming partners in the proposed project through a land pooling policy.

Mr. Badal pointed out that the Shiromani Akali Dal has impressed upon the Union Government wherever the land was to be acquired, farmers should be given the option of accepting compensation on market rate plus displacement allowance or join a land pooling process under a policy as followed in Punjab. Further, the farmer should not be denied the right to approach court for redress of grievance.

He opined that the state should be given a free hand for fixing market price of the land to be acquired and that price should be accepted for all acquisition, regardless of whether these were done for the state government or the Central government or the public projects. The Chief Minister emphasized that the Punjab model of land acquisition policy should be followed while finalizing a national policy on the subject as SAD was a votary of fool proof safeguards for compensating the farmers and those dependent on land including farm and labourers.


Addressing the people during the Sangat Darshan program, Badal said that he realized still lot was to be done to ensure overall development of this area so as the fruits of development must percolate down at the grass root level. Thus, he announced to get a comprehensive study done on the villages of Jandiala Guru Assembly Constituency jointly by the Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and the local administration to ensure sector wise development of the area with the thrust on the welfare of all sections of the society in a far more meaningful and result oriented manner.-....
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UPSC declares result : First four topper are women

First four toppers are women in the Civil Services Exam result-2014 (Pics of fist five in pdf also )

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New Delhi , July 04, 2015 : All the first four topper of the civil services result declared today are women. These are
IRA SINGHAL- RANK ‐ 1,RENU RAJ -RANK ‐ 2 NIDHI GUPTA-RANK ‐ 3 ,
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New Delhi , July 04, 2015 : All the first four topper of the civil services result declared today are women. These are
IRA SINGHAL- RANK ‐ 1,RENU RAJ -RANK ‐ 2 NIDHI GUPTA-RANK ‐ 3 ,
VANDANA RAO- RANK – 4

Fifth position has been gone to the men.
Mr SUHARSHA BHAGAT got RANK ‐ 5
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A total number of 1236 candidates have been recommended for appointment to IAS, IFS, IPS and Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’

Civil Service Exam-2014 result declared by UPSC ( Full list in pdf )

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By Baljit Balli

Chandigarh, July 04,2015 : UPSC has declared the final result of the Civil Services Exam held in 2014 followed by the interviews for Personality Test held in April-June, 2015. A total number of 1236 candidates have been recommended for appointme....
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Chandigarh, July 04,2015 : UPSC has declared the final result of the Civil Services Exam held in 2014 followed by the interviews for Personality Test held in April-June, 2015. A total number of 1236 candidates have been recommended for appointment.
An official release of the UPSC says , "Based on the results of the written part of Civil Services Examination, 2014 held by the Union Public Service Commission in December, 2014 and the interviews for Personality Test held in April-June, 2015, following is the list, in order of merit, of candidates who have been recommended for appointment to: (i) Indian Administrative Service; (ii) Indian Foreign Service; (iii) Indian Police Service; and (iv) Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ 2. A total number of 1236 candidates have been recommended for appointment."
The full merit list in the pdf attached with this news . Click at the heading, open the news and then click at pdf file .
Chandigarh based Sumeet Sharma selected for IPS in today's UPSC result. He's a son of Rtd IAS Mr V K Sharma. Sumeet was selected last year for IRS.

Ravi Kumar , a mess worker at Missouri IAS academy gets Rank 184 in Civil Services Exam result....
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