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Headlines from newspapers – Saturday, August 23, 2014

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• HC refused to stay sealing of Amritsar hotels – Hindustan Times
• Provide free admission to SC/BC students, college principals told – Hindustan Times
• Octogenarian raped in Batala village, is critical – Hindustan Times
• Radical Sikh leader Daduwal held in attempt-to-murder case – Hindustan Times
• MCI sends 150 medical college students back to Baba Farid varsity – Hindustan Times
• Hostellers’ woes: ‘Bedbug’ bites at Amritsar med....
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• HC refused to stay sealing of Amritsar hotels – Hindustan Times
• Provide free admission to SC/BC students, college principals told – Hindustan Times
• Octogenarian raped in Batala village, is critical – Hindustan Times
• Radical Sikh leader Daduwal held in attempt-to-murder case – Hindustan Times
• MCI sends 150 medical college students back to Baba Farid varsity – Hindustan Times
• Hostellers’ woes: ‘Bedbug’ bites at Amritsar medical college – Hindustan Times
• Hooda waives rural domestic water bills worth Rs 100 crore – Hindustan Times
• HC relief for divorced, estranged wives – Hindustan Times
• Don’t undermine role of Oppn leader, SC tells govt – The Tribune
• 3 Jammu villagers hurt in Pak shelling – The Tribune
• ‘Tunnel’ found after cave-in near LoC – The Tribune
• Irom Sharmila re-arrested – The Tribune
• Import duty on sugar up at 25%; may impact prices – The Tribune
• AirAsia India to link Chandigarh in 2 months – The Tribune
• UT to be country’s first solar power city: Minister – The Tribune
• Trader kills wife, son, ends his life – The Tribune
• SGPC to lose face in Nanded takht board – The Times of India
• Ranbaxy faces Rs 240 cr fine in US – The Times of India
• Panel set up for new formula on gas pricing – The Times of India
• Imran to resume talks, but party MPs quit House – The Times of India
• SEBI tells PACL to refund Rs 44K crore in 3 months – The Indian Express
• Intelligence agencies probe source of funding for ‘Kaum De Heere’ – The Indian Express
• Golden Temple, Durgiana Mandir to enjoy free power – The Indian Express
• Diamonds, gold found in Censor Board CEO’s office – The Indian Express
• Gaza militants execute 18 alleged Israeli spies – The Indian Express
• Iraq militants kill 64 in attack on Sunni mosque – The Indian Express
• SpiceJet under I-T lens for TDS violations – The Indian Express
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Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan rejected congress claim for post of LoP

SC highlights importance of LoP in LS: Fixes Sep 9 for disposal of case

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New Delhi, August 22: In a significant development the Apex Court told the Centre that it is concerned about the post of Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the Lok Sabha, remaining vacant. Highlighting the importance of the LoP, the Apex Court said, it conveys a voice different from the government in the House.
Posting the case for final disposal for 9th September, the Apex Court said, the issue cannot be prolonged and the the Lok Pal Act cannot be put in cold storage.
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New Delhi, August 22: In a significant development the Apex Court told the Centre that it is concerned about the post of Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the Lok Sabha, remaining vacant. Highlighting the importance of the LoP, the Apex Court said, it conveys a voice different from the government in the House.
Posting the case for final disposal for 9th September, the Apex Court said, the issue cannot be prolonged and the the Lok Pal Act cannot be put in cold storage.
The Supreme Court also termed the LoP as a very important component under the Lok Pal law and said it needs objective consideration.
Earlier this month, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan had rejected the Congress' demand for the post of Leader of Opposition. She said, according to rules, a party is eligible for the post only if it has at least 55 seats in the Lower House. ....
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Delegates from 35 affiliated trade unions of Chandigarh attend convention

Convention of Trade Unions : UT employees demand regularisation of jobs

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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy:HT): The co-ordination committee of government and municipal corporation employees held a convention of trade unions at Rose Club, Sector 16, here on Friday.
The delegates from 35 affiliated trade unions of Chandigarh attended the convention. Various long-pending demands of the UT employees were raised on the occasion.
The workers demanded regularisation of about 1,700 daily wages and work charged employees as per the direction of the Supreme Court.....
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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy:HT): The co-ordination committee of government and municipal corporation employees held a convention of trade unions at Rose Club, Sector 16, here on Friday.
The delegates from 35 affiliated trade unions of Chandigarh attended the convention. Various long-pending demands of the UT employees were raised on the occasion.
The workers demanded regularisation of about 1,700 daily wages and work charged employees as per the direction of the Supreme Court. Rakesh Kumar, convenor of the committee, said these employees had been raising this demand for the past 25 to 30 years. He called for immediate effective measures at the earliest to overcome agony and grievances of the UT employees.
The committee also demanded framing of comprehensive and secure policy for regularisation of daily wages, work charged, contractual, guest faculty and part-time staff as one-time measure against sanctioned posts as per the instructions of the apex court.
The employees also asked the administration for implementation of the labour laws and acts, which include Factories Act, Minimum Wages Act, Industrial Disputes Act and Worker Compensation Act, giving benefits to the contract labour through outsourcing, besides the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act.
Rakesh said appointments on sanctioned posts should be made strictly as per statutory notified recruitment rules of the departments concerned under the control of Chandigarh administration to avoid exploitation and discrimination by making the stop-gap arrangements of engaging irregular employees in the form of daily wage, work charged, contractual, part-time, guest and outsourcing employees continuing long years indulging into forced litigation for survival and security of tenure in the absence and amendments of recruitment rules and draft recruitment rules of various departments since the formation of Chandigarh.
The committee also raised the demand for implementation of pension scheme for the Chandigarh Housing Board Employees.....
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PU Students Elections

PU Chandigarh VC meets student leaders: Ensure that no violence occur during elections

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Chandigarh, August 22: Panjab University (PU), Chandigarh Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof Arun Kumar Grover today met various students’ organisation representatives at his office. PU Dean Students Welfare (DSW) Prof Navdeep Goyal, DSW (Women) Prof Nandita, Chief Security Officer Dr Jatinder Grover also participated in the meeting.
Prof Grover asked the students leaders to ensure that no violence should occur as that affects the image of the University and job prospects of the thousands
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Chandigarh, August 22: Panjab University (PU), Chandigarh Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof Arun Kumar Grover today met various students’ organisation representatives at his office. PU Dean Students Welfare (DSW) Prof Navdeep Goyal, DSW (Women) Prof Nandita, Chief Security Officer Dr Jatinder Grover also participated in the meeting.
Prof Grover asked the students leaders to ensure that no violence should occur as that affects the image of the University and job prospects of the thousands
of graduating students. He asked them to be considerate about the vast majority of the students, who are serious about achieving academic excellence and do not want their classes to be disturbed in any manner. He asked the student leaders to strictly follow the Lyngdoh and PU Guidelines issued from time to time. He also suggested the candidates should use the PU Radio for the election campaign as it would not affect the normal academic activities of the campus.
PU DSW Prof Navdeep Goyal informed the student leaders that Tents will not be allocated to students’ organisations this year as PU Elections are not contested
on the basis of students’ organisations. The Tents will only be allocated to candidates after the time of final withdrawal, he added. He informed the student leaders that any candidate forcibly disturbing any running class will stand disqualified from the elections.
Some students’ organisations raised the issue of Open House but finally all student organisations agreed that the atmosphere was not conducive for
organising the Open House.
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Officials at all level to face action for showing carelessness in implementing Right to Service Act: FCR

Financial Commissioner (Revenue) urges officers to ensure to implement RTS Act as identical

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Ferozepur, August 22: The officials at all levels will face action for showing carelessness in implementing the Right to Service Act, said N.S,Kang, Financial Commissioenr (Revenue) while presiding over the meeting of officers of the districts of Ferozepur and Faridkot divisions.

Addressing the meeting, he urges officers to ensure to implement RTS Act as identical and directed to ensure to recover the balance dues immediately.

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Ferozepur, August 22: The officials at all levels will face action for showing carelessness in implementing the Right to Service Act, said N.S,Kang, Financial Commissioenr (Revenue) while presiding over the meeting of officers of the districts of Ferozepur and Faridkot divisions.

Addressing the meeting, he urges officers to ensure to implement RTS Act as identical and directed to ensure to recover the balance dues immediately.

Speaking on the recoveries of various departments, he directed all the Tehsildars of Ferozepur and Faridkot divisions to make recoveries by taking personal interest on priority by associating with the concerned departments. He also said to make compliance of the audit paras at the earliest. Besides, the rebate to charitable institutions should be given as per the government instructions.

Kang further said, the cases relating to Intkal, Girdawri, Nambardari, Nishandehi should be given priority within the legal frames according to Right to Service Act within the prescribed time limit. He also said, partiality of any kind in the court cases will not be tolerated. He also directed the revenue officers to ensure the up-dating of revenue record of villages already computerized besides Intkal of registries on daily basis simultaneously, so that people may not visit the offices unessential.

In the meeting apart from others, S,S,Khara, Special Secretary Revenue, Balraj Singh, Under Secretary Revenue, V.K.Sharma, Commissioner, Ferozepur/Faridkot Divisions, Er.D.P.S.Kharbanda, DC FZR, Mohammad Tayab, DC Faridkot, Manjit Singh Brar, DC Fazlka, Parminder Singh Gill, DC Moga and Addl.Deputy Commissioners and Tehsildars of all the districts.
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Admitted to hospital after multiple complications about 10 days ago

Noted Kannada writer UR Ananthamurthy dies at 81

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Bangalore, August 22 (Courtesy :HT): Jnanpith awardee and renowned Kannada writer UR Ananthamurthy, who was undergoing treatment on multi-support system, died in Bangalore on Friday.
He was 81 years old.
Ananthamurthy was put on a ventilator early on Friday after he had trouble breathing and his BP suddenly plummeted. He said that the author was admitted after multiple complications about 10 days ago.
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Bangalore, August 22 (Courtesy :HT): Jnanpith awardee and renowned Kannada writer UR Ananthamurthy, who was undergoing treatment on multi-support system, died in Bangalore on Friday.
He was 81 years old.
Ananthamurthy was put on a ventilator early on Friday after he had trouble breathing and his BP suddenly plummeted. He said that the author was admitted after multiple complications about 10 days ago.
Ananthamurthy's works were translated into several Indian and European languages and were awarded with important literary prizes.
His main works included Samskara, Bhava, Bharathi Pura and Avasthe.
Most of Ananthamurthy's stories dealt with psychological aspects of people in different times and circumstances. His writings analysed aspects ranging from challenges and changes faced by Brahmin families of Karnataka to bureaucrats dealing with politics influencing their work.
Results of influences of socio-political and economic changes on traditional Hindu societies of India and clashes due to such influences were portrayed in his stories Sooryana Kudure (The Grasshopper), Mowni (Silent Man)and Karthika' etc.
His novelette"Bara" (Drought) portrayed the dynamics of a drought-stricken district of Karnataka and the challenges and dilemmas a bureaucrat may face in such situations.....
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Empowerment of widows of 8 Districts of Punjab

Loomba Foundation & Pb. Govt. launches project to empower 5000 widows

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Ludhiana, August 22: The Loomba Foundation, the UN accredited global NGO working exclusively for the cause of widows and their children, has launched a unique project together with the Punjab Government to empower 5000 widows in the state. Hon’ble Chief Minister of Punjab, Sardar Parkash Singh Badal, was the chief guest for the launch function held at Guru Nanak Dev Bhawan in Ludhiana. He, together with Lord Raj Loomba, the Founder and Chairman....
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Ludhiana, August 22: The Loomba Foundation, the UN accredited global NGO working exclusively for the cause of widows and their children, has launched a unique project together with the Punjab Government to empower 5000 widows in the state. Hon’ble Chief Minister of Punjab, Sardar Parkash Singh Badal, was the chief guest for the launch function held at Guru Nanak Dev Bhawan in Ludhiana. He, together with Lord Raj Loomba, the Founder and Chairman Trustee of The Loomba Foundation and Lady Loomba distributed sewing machines to some of the beneficiaries to formally kick-start the ‘Punjab Project for Empowerment of Widows.’ Renowned British philanthropists Mr. Graham and Mrs. Susan Tobbell as well as Mrs. Aruna Oswal, the India Trustee and Padamshri Vikramjit Singh, Patron of The Loomba Foundation were also present at the occasion to express their solidarity for the cause. Over 1000 people participated in the event, including senior ministers, elected representatives, senior bureaucrats, industrialists, media persons, beneficiaries and the general public.

Lord Raj Loomba said, “Having been born in Dhilwan, District Kapurthala and studying at the D.A.V. College in Jallandhar, I have always been connected to the soil of Punjab, no matter where my destiny has taken me. Even though I am a parliamentarian in the UK, and my Foundation works actively to bring widows out of abject poverty in different parts of the world including India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Kenya, Rwanda, Malawi, South Africa, Syria, and Guatemala, nothing gives me more joy than to see my own homeland joining hands for this cause so seriously. We celebrated India’s 68thIndependence Day last week, but we are yet to ensure financial independence for millions of our widows. I hope that this partnership with the Punjab Government proves to be just the beginning of a long relationship that aims to completely eradicate the stigma and the hardships associated with widowhood across Punjab and the entire Bharat. I therefore hope that other states in India will also come forward and join hands with The Loomba Foundation to empower widows with livelihoods.”
The first phase of ‘Punjab Project for Empowerment of Widows’ will cover 2000 poor widows in and around Ludhiana. Well-qualified trainers have already been identified across 19 different centres so that the project can take-off immediately. Upon successful completion of the training course for garment-making, each widow beneficiary will also be given a sewing machine. The purchase of sewing machines has already been completed through tender process and these will be supplied within a time frame of one month. The Punjab Government and The Loomba Foundation will also explore possibilities to provide employment opportunities for widows in the garment making industries in and around Ludhiana.
The second phase will aim to empower 3000 widows in the districts of Amritsar, Jalandhar, Mansa, Muktsar, Firozpur, Sangrur and Kapurthala. Five more districts are likely to be covered under the project later. The project also envisions to set-up a Rapid Advisory Group (RAG) amongst the local bodies which will seek to address the problems faced by widows and provide counsel and assistance to approach law enforcement agencies on a case to case basis.
‘The Punjab Project for Empowerment of Widows’ is a unique model which will be a milestone in the history of ‘Private-Public-Partnerships’. Such programs help empower the widows by making them financially-reliant and enable them to educate their children, support family members and lead a dignified life. The impact of this project is expected to be ten-fold, as each widow will be able educate three children on average, and in turn support six family members. Therefore, 50,000 people stand to benefit directly or indirectly from this project. Under the partnership, The Loomba Foundation and the Punjab Government have agreed to pool in a matching grant in their effort to make widows and their children economically independent and self-reliant.
The Loomba Foundation was instrumental in getting official recognition for 23rd June as International Widows Day from the United Nations General Assembly in 2010, five years after the Day was launched by the Foundation at the House of Lords in UK.

ABOUT THE LOOMBA FOUNDATION
The Loomba Foundation was established by Raj Loomba CBE and his wife Veena in the UK in 1997, in memory of Raj’s mother, Shrimati PushpaWati Loomba, who became a widow at an early age of 37 in 1954 in Punjab. She succeeded in educating her seven young children singlehandedly.
The Loomba Foundation promotes fundamental freedoms and human rights of widows and their children around the world, raising awareness of the gross injustices widows face and seeking to remove stigmas associated with widowhood.
The Loomba Foundation declared 23rd June as International Widows Day at the House of Lords in May, 2005, which was adopted by the United Nations in 2010.
The Loomba Foundation published a comprehensive Research Study on widows worldwide, which revealed that over 245 million widows and 500 million children around the world suffer in silence. The first edition of was presented to the UN Secretary General, HE Ban Ki Moon on 22nd June, 2010 followed by presentations to the President of India and the US Secretary of State. The Loomba Foundation collaborates with UN bodies, other NGOs, government officials, human rights advocates and prominent leaders to fight for the over 245 million widows worldwide who suffer prejudice and discrimination.
The Loomba Foundation seeks to bring about gender sensitive reform of national laws and policies, eradicating anti-widow superstitions, traditions, and social practices. It fosters gender equality and women’s empowerment by implementing poverty-reduction strategies and educational opportunities for the 42 million widows and their 100 million children in India.

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Bonanza for contract/adhoc/work charge/daily wage Haryana employees

Hooda Govt. decides to regularise services of Group C & D contract/adhoc employees

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Chandigarh, August 22: Haryana Government has now decided to regularize the services of contract/adhoc/work charged/daily wages basis of Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ employees/workers in the state as per its Regularization Policy.
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that a notification to this effect has been issued by the office of Chief Secretary.
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Chandigarh, August 22: Haryana Government has now decided to regularize the services of contract/adhoc/work charged/daily wages basis of Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ employees/workers in the state as per its Regularization Policy.
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that a notification to this effect has been issued by the office of Chief Secretary.
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Chandigarh Housing Board gets new head

UT Cadre Bhupinder Singh Bhalla assumes charge as CHB Chairman

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Chandigarh, August 22: 1990 batch UT cadre IAS officer Bhupinder Singh Bhalla took over as new Chairman of Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB). Before joining this assignment he was posted as Administrator of Dam and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. ....
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Chandigarh, August 22: 1990 batch UT cadre IAS officer Bhupinder Singh Bhalla took over as new Chairman of Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB). Before joining this assignment he was posted as Administrator of Dam and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. ....
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Registration process will close on October 9

DDA to launch housing scheme next month: DDA VC Balwinder Kumar

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New Delhi, August 22: Delhi Development Authority DDA will launch a new housing scheme on 1st of next month. Addressing the media in New Delhi today, DDA Vice Chairman Balwinder Kumar said that more than 25000 flats are ready in Dwarka, Narela and Rohini and registration process will close on the 9th of October.

He said 33 to 48 square meter one BHK flats will cost 14 to 22 lakh rupees while Economically Weaker Sections whose income is below 1 lakh can purchase 25 to 40 square me....
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New Delhi, August 22: Delhi Development Authority DDA will launch a new housing scheme on 1st of next month. Addressing the media in New Delhi today, DDA Vice Chairman Balwinder Kumar said that more than 25000 flats are ready in Dwarka, Narela and Rohini and registration process will close on the 9th of October.

He said 33 to 48 square meter one BHK flats will cost 14 to 22 lakh rupees while Economically Weaker Sections whose income is below 1 lakh can purchase 25 to 40 square meter flats costing 6.9 lakh rupees to 11 Lakh.

He informed that forms and brochures will be available in select banks and registration cost has been reduced from 1 lakh 50 thousand rupees to 1 lakh. Draw will be held after 20 days of the closure date.....
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Delhi Darbar

2 IAS officers of 1987 batch of MP Cadre empanlled as Joint Secys.

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New Delhi, August 22: Govt. of India has empanelled 2 IAS officers of 1987 batch of MP cadre including Ms. Shikha Dubey and M. Mohan Rao to the post of Joint Secretary or equivalent at the Centre (First Review). ....
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New Delhi, August 22: Govt. of India has empanelled 2 IAS officers of 1987 batch of MP cadre including Ms. Shikha Dubey and M. Mohan Rao to the post of Joint Secretary or equivalent at the Centre (First Review). ....
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Delhi Darbar

14 Officers of IDAS 1991 batch empanelled as Joint Secys. in Centre (PDF attached)

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New Delhi, August 22: Govt. of India has empanelled 14 officers of Indian Defense Accounts Service (IDAS) 1991 batch empanelled for appointment to the post of Joint Secretary or equivalent at the Centre. (Details are on attached PDF.)....
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New Delhi, August 22: Govt. of India has empanelled 14 officers of Indian Defense Accounts Service (IDAS) 1991 batch empanelled for appointment to the post of Joint Secretary or equivalent at the Centre. (Details are on attached PDF.)....
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139 Units blood donated, next Camp at Singhawala on August 23

Anti Corruption Awareness Organization organizes 28th Blood Donation Camp

ACAO established its unique identification in the field of social services

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Ferozepur, August 22: Anti Corruption Awareness Organizations, today organized 28th Blood Donation Camp at Civil Hospital, Nihal Singh Wala – dedicated to the Independence Day and Martyrs.
The ACAO is organizing a chain of blood donation camps and today 139 Units blood was collected. Parminder Singh, SHO was the first to donate the blood.
Among those present on this occasion were, Jyoti Bala Mattoo SDM Nihal Singh Wala, Surinder Kumar, DSP Vigilance Moga and Jaswinder Singh Dani....
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Ferozepur, August 22: Anti Corruption Awareness Organizations, today organized 28th Blood Donation Camp at Civil Hospital, Nihal Singh Wala – dedicated to the Independence Day and Martyrs.
The ACAO is organizing a chain of blood donation camps and today 139 Units blood was collected. Parminder Singh, SHO was the first to donate the blood.
Among those present on this occasion were, Jyoti Bala Mattoo SDM Nihal Singh Wala, Surinder Kumar, DSP Vigilance Moga and Jaswinder Singh Dania, Tehsildar.
Speaking on this occasion, the visiting dignitaries said, the ACAO has initiated the drive against corruption in the state and its role in the social activities is also appreciable. They said, the Organization has established its unique identification in the field of social works.
Gurpreet Singh Sachdeva, President of the Organization while thanking the blood donors said, the blood donor is serving the humanity in real sense and gives new life to someone.
He further said, the next blood donation camp will be arranged on August23 at Gurudawara Bhai Sewa Singh, Singha Wala.
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110 Posts of Sub-Inspectors (Female) in Punjab Police

Physical Trials for Sub-Inspectors (Female) in Punjab Police from Sep 2

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Chandigarh, August 22: The physical trials of the candidates, who had applied for 110 posts of Sub-Inspectors (Female) in Punjab Police, has been scheduled from September 2 onwards.
Disclosing this here today, an official spokesman said that these physical trials would be held at three centers namely PAP Ground, Jalandhar Cantt., Police Lines, Ferozepur and Police Lines, Fatehgarh Sahib. He said that the further details regarding time, dat....
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Chandigarh, August 22: The physical trials of the candidates, who had applied for 110 posts of Sub-Inspectors (Female) in Punjab Police, has been scheduled from September 2 onwards.
Disclosing this here today, an official spokesman said that these physical trials would be held at three centers namely PAP Ground, Jalandhar Cantt., Police Lines, Ferozepur and Police Lines, Fatehgarh Sahib. He said that the further details regarding time, date and venue had already been uploaded on August 1 on the websites of C-DAC, Mohali and Punjab Police. He has asked the concerned candidates to ensure their participation at the concerned centre.....
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Delhi Darbar

Rajni Razdan Member UPSC appointed as Chairperson UPSC

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New Delhi, August 22: The President has appointed Smt. Rajni Razdan, Member, Union Public Service Commission as Chairperson, Union Public Service Commission with effect from the afternoon of August 16th, 2014. ....
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New Delhi, August 22: The President has appointed Smt. Rajni Razdan, Member, Union Public Service Commission as Chairperson, Union Public Service Commission with effect from the afternoon of August 16th, 2014. ....
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Flood situation grims in Bihar & UP

Ghagra & Rapti in Bihar & UP flowing in High Flood Situation

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New Delhi, August 22: River Ghagra at Darauli at Siwan district of Bihar is now flowing in HIGH FLOOD SITUATION. At 06.00 hrs today, it was flowing at a level of 61.42 m with rising trend which is 0.60 m above its Danger Level of 60.8 2 mts and 0.32 mts below its previous HFL of 61.74 mts (1998-08-29). At Gangpur in Siwan district of Bihar also the river is flowing in HIGH FLOOD SITUATION. At 06.00 hrs today, it was flowing at a level of 57.85 mt....
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New Delhi, August 22: River Ghagra at Darauli at Siwan district of Bihar is now flowing in HIGH FLOOD SITUATION. At 06.00 hrs today, it was flowing at a level of 61.42 m with rising trend which is 0.60 m above its Danger Level of 60.8 2 mts and 0.32 mts below its previous HFL of 61.74 mts (1998-08-29). At Gangpur in Siwan district of Bihar also the river is flowing in HIGH FLOOD SITUATION. At 06.00 hrs today, it was flowing at a level of 57.85 mts with rising trend which is 0.81mts above its Danger Level of 57.04 mts and 0.16 mts below its previous HFL of 58.01mts (1983-09-18).
River Rapti at Balrampur in UP is also flowing in HIGH FLOOD SITUATION . At 06.00 hrs today, it was flowing at a level of 104.83 mts with rising trend which is 0.21mts above its Danger Level of 104.62 mts and 0.42 mts below its previous HFL of 105.25 mts (2000-09-11). ....
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Sharmila was released after 14-years from Jail two days back

Activist Irom Sharmila re-arrested on charges of attempt to commit suicide

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New Delhi, August 22: Two days after she was released on court orders, civil rights activist Irom Chanu Sharmila was on Friday re-arrested by the police on fresh charges of attempt to commit suicide and forcibly taken away to a city hospital from a makeshift shelter where she was continuing her fast.
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New Delhi, August 22: Two days after she was released on court orders, civil rights activist Irom Chanu Sharmila was on Friday re-arrested by the police on fresh charges of attempt to commit suicide and forcibly taken away to a city hospital from a makeshift shelter where she was continuing her fast.
Media reports that "We have re-arrested her this morning and will produce her in the CJM court later in the day on charges of attempt to commit suicide (Section 309 of IPC)," Manipur ADG (Intelligence) Santosh Macherla said.
A local court in Imphal had on Tuesday absolved 42-year-old Sharmila of charges of attempt to commit suicide by means of fasting after which she walked out of a hospital-turned-prison on Wednesday.
"The court released her for her past act. Now she is again refusing to take food and water and resisting any medical check-up as well. Her health is deteriorating and now she will be kept at the same Jawahar Lal Nehru Hospital ward where she was kept earlier," Macherla said.
Her medical check-up will be done and she will be force fed once again through nose, he said.

Earlier in the day, she was forcibly taken away by the police to a city hospital from a makeshift shelter outside the hospital where she was continuing her fast after being released from detention.

Women police personnel took her to Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Science and Hospital for a medical-check-up after she refused to eat or drink, the police said.

Before she was whisked away this morning, officials had said that her condition was deteriorating.

They said doctors tried to feed her through nose but she refused and her health was deteriorating very fast.

The activist had refused to take food even after being released. The hospital where she was taken had served as her make-shift prison in the last several years.

Sharmila is on fast for the last 14 years demanding the withdrawal of Armed Forces Special Powers (Assam and Manipur) Act 1958.

After her release on Wednesday, Sharmila had begun her fast at a place near the hospital. Even after her release, the former journalist-cum-social activist had decided to keep her vow of neither entering her house nor meeting her mother till the government repeals AFSPA.

"I will continue to fast till my demand (withdrawal of AFSPA) is met. The order of the sessions court that I am not attempting to commit suicide (by launching fast to remove the controversial Act) is welcome," she had said.

She had launched her fast unto death on November 2000 after Assam Rifles killed 10 persons at Malom area here in an alleged encounter with insurgents.

For the last many years, she was released from time to time and rearrested again and again under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code for attempting to commit suicide. ....
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Students Poll date yet to be finalized

PU student elections: 3 vehicles damaged in campus violence

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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy: HT) : Even as student polls’ date is yet to be finalised, widespread violence was witnessed on the Panjab University campus on Thursday. Though no one was seriously injured, at least three vehicles were damaged and subsequently two FIRs registered. The number of FIRs in the run up to the polls this year has gone up to 11.
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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy: HT) : Even as student polls’ date is yet to be finalised, widespread violence was witnessed on the Panjab University campus on Thursday. Though no one was seriously injured, at least three vehicles were damaged and subsequently two FIRs registered. The number of FIRs in the run up to the polls this year has gone up to 11.
The claims of the university administration over security arrangements fell flat as three vehicles driven by leaders and supporters of National Students Union of India (NSUI) were damaged on the campus. The attackers freely used iron rods, sickles and wooden sticks, but the occupants of the vehicles escaped only with minor injuries. The Thursday violence was an outcome of a spat between the members of Gandhi Group Student Union (GGSU) and NSUI late on Wednesday. The incident had been brought to the notice of the authorities and a meeting between the members of both the factions was to take place on Thursday to resolve the issue.
According to the eyewitnesses, the attackers (about 25 in number) entered the campus in three vehicles around 1 pm, brandishing batons and rods. They stopped near hostel number 4 where girls supporting NSUI were protesting. The attackers’ target was the car of NSUI leader Manoj Lubana, who saved his life by fleeing from the spot.

Speaking to HT, Simran, one of the protesting girls, said, “We were sitting outside the hostel gate, when suddenly an Toyota Innova turned up and its occupants smashed Lubana’s car with batons, sickles and rods. The attackers, whom we identify as GGSU members, then came rushing towards Lubana with rods and sickles in hands. Lubana, however, was lucky to escape in time. The attackers also passed obscene remarks and gestures.”

Two other vehicles carrying NSUI stickers were also smashed and NSUI campus president Sanjeev Billa sustained minor injuries. As the attackers had a free run on the campus, the varsity security played mute spectators, giving them time to flee the campus from gate number 3. Later, the police were informed and two FIRs were registered — one on the complaint of Sanjeev Billa and other on the complaint of Simran.

TWO FIRs REGISTERED

On the complaint of Sanjeev Billa those booked are Sehajpal, Naval, Aman Kamboj, Harman Virk, Armaan Cheema, Lovely, Gaganpreet Singh Chatha, Shanky Dhiman and Anterdeep Hundal. All of them have been booked under sections 147, 148, 149, 323, 506, 341 of the IPC. Those booked on the complaint of Simran include Frainy Ahuja, Captain, Sehajpal, Naval, Aman Kang and Anterdeep, all under section 294 of the IPC.

PU FAILS TO DEFINE POLICE ROLE

The police authorities say that they had written to the PU authorities three days back, asking them to make clear what they wanted from the police during the student council elections. The PU authorities reportedly didn’t respond. Jatinder Grover from PU said, “We have been given some points by the police and we are working on them. It is not possible to ban entry of all outsiders on the campus.” The police asked the varsity authorities to keep a check on hostel boundaries, gates and outsiders.
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Sansthan doctors have already declared Ashutosh clinically dead

Punjab for status quo in Ashutosh case: Not to play with sentiments of followers

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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy :HT): The Punjab government has taken the stand to maintain status quo about keeping the body of Ashutosh Maharaj, spiritual head of Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan (DJJS) of Nurmahal (Jalandhar), inside the deep freezer, as per the wishes of his followers.
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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy :HT): The Punjab government has taken the stand to maintain status quo about keeping the body of Ashutosh Maharaj, spiritual head of Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan (DJJS) of Nurmahal (Jalandhar), inside the deep freezer, as per the wishes of his followers.
The state government informed the Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday that the authorities did not want to “play with the sentiments” of the Nurmahal sansthan followers so as to avoid a law and order problem. The court headed by justice MMS Bedi was hearing a petition filed by Puran Singh, former driver of the DJJS head, seeking a CBI probe into the spiritual head’s mysterious death.

On January 29, sansthan doctors had declared Ashutosh Maharaj clinically dead, after which the DJJS management had kept the body inside a deep freezer, stating that the spiritual head had gone into ‘samadhi’ (deep state of meditation).

After hearing additional advocate general Rita Kohli’s submissions, justice Bedi said, “Rightly or wrongly, this person (petitioner) alleges death in unnatural circumstances. But what has been done with the body is disrespect to a body. Why this body is lying in the freezer? What is the duty of the state?”

When Kohli apprised the court about the shady past of the petitioner, with his involvement in various such cases, “conducting of press conferences” on the issue and “collection of money” for the same, justice Bedi added, “Had it been a civil case, it would have been dismissed. But it is a cognisable offence… As a criminal court I have to see whether the person has died a natural or unnatural death.”

On being asked by the court, Kohli replied, “No FIR has been registered in the case and proceedings under Section 174 (of the Criminal Procedure Code) have not taken place.”

Appearing for the petitioner, advocate RS Bains argued, “The state government has acknowledged the death. He (spiritual head) has been dead for the past seven months and inside the freezer. Every dera has interference in politics. They (state) are afraid of their influence.”

But justice Bedi told the petitioner’s counsel, “In this case there is no FIR and the investigation starts after the FIR. First you have to seek the registration of an FIR.” But Bains submitted that in every case of suspicion, the body had to be examined and thus Section 174 of the CrPC has to be followed.

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Takes issues of Punjabi youth living in England

AAP leader & Sangrur MP Bhagwant meets UK Deputy High Commissioner

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Chandigarh, August 22: AAP leader & Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann on Thursday met British deputy high commissioner to north-west India David Lelliott and sought his support on the issue of students falling victim to fake travel agents. Mann said that Lelliott assured cooperation on the youths, who had gone to England to study, and could not return due to errors in documents.....
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Chandigarh, August 22: AAP leader & Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann on Thursday met British deputy high commissioner to north-west India David Lelliott and sought his support on the issue of students falling victim to fake travel agents. Mann said that Lelliott assured cooperation on the youths, who had gone to England to study, and could not return due to errors in documents.....
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Rates will be applicable from April 1, 2014

PSERC announces power tariff hiked in Punjab by average 2.74%

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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy : HT) : PSERC announces 2.74% hike in power tariff across the board. It will be applicable from April 1, 2014.
State owned power utility Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd (PSPCL) had projected revenue gap of Rs.2,595.30 crore for 2014-15 in its Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) petition filed with power regulator.
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Chandigarh, August 22 (Courtesy : HT) : PSERC announces 2.74% hike in power tariff across the board. It will be applicable from April 1, 2014.
State owned power utility Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd (PSPCL) had projected revenue gap of Rs.2,595.30 crore for 2014-15 in its Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) petition filed with power regulator.
The announcement of new power tariff for 2014-15 was delayed because of imposition of model code of conduct in view of Lok Sabha elections this year. In normal course, the new power tariff is announced in the month of April.
In view of the by-polls in Talwandi Sabo and Patiala, voting for which was held on Thursday, the power regulator PSERC had also sought permission from the Election Commission to announce the new power tariff.
The PSERC is also learnt to have received consent from Punjab government with regard to subsidy burden on account of free power to farm sector, Scheduled Caste and non-SC BPL consumers.
The power subsidy burden has been projected at Rs. 5,300 crore for 2014-15.
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Bringing processed food in reach of common people priority: Harsimrat

Food Processing to help curbing inflation: Harsimrat

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Mansa, August 22: The Union Minister for Food Processing Industries Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal said Food Processing has a big potential across the country and her ministry has been preparing a National Food Map to bring the processed food in the reach of common man.
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Mansa, August 22: The Union Minister for Food Processing Industries Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal said Food Processing has a big potential across the country and her ministry has been preparing a National Food Map to bring the processed food in the reach of common man.
While speaking to media-persons after paying obeisance at historic Gurdwara at Saide Wala village near Budhaldha town on Friday, Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal blamed food wastage as a major cause for inflation and said the food processing industry can play a vital role in checking inflation but the sector was ignored by the previous government.
Citing surveys, Mrs. Harsimrat said about 18 per cent of the country's fruits and vegetables produced in India goes waste due to lack of proper food processing facilities. “Food products worth Thousands of crores rupees go waste due to lack of proper harvesting, cold chain storage infrastructure and transportation techniques," she said.
She said that the Food Processing Ministry was determined to convert this wastage into an asset so that farmers could reap maximum profits for their produce and it would help in curbing inflation. She added that the target was to reduce wastage by at least 50 per cent in the coming two years.
Elaborating her plans, the minister disclosed that her plans include creating mega food parks as well as mini food parks closer to the farmer. “Food processing is close to my heart as Punjab is agriculture-driven state and I will try my best to help farmers of my state,”.
She added that her ministry is identifying different food producing regions to explore the possibility of establishing mini processing plants throughout the country, which will not only help in adding value to the farmer's products but also provide jobs to unskilled youth in a big way. "I have asked my officers to map out areas or pockets of agricultural products in the country for this purpose," she said adding that she wants to make Punjab a model state in food processing.
The Gurdwara Committee of Saidewala honoured the Minister, while large number of area people converged to gave warm welcome to her.
While addressing impressive gatherings at Saide Wala, Bareta and Budhladha, she promised to fast track development in the constituency. "I will work to establish houses for the houseless, try to create opportunities for youth by encouraging skill upgradation courses, ensure better education and health facilities and revamp the irrigation system,".
“I am grateful to the people of Bathinda Parliament Constituency for reposing faith by electing me as MP from Bathinda for the second time and putting big responsibility on my shoulders. My responsibility doubled when PM Modi honoured me with Cabinet Minister Rank of Food Processing Ministry”.
The minister said she would also take their feedback on the issues which still needed to be addressed. "I have been in constant touch with the people during my last five years as MP and assure the people with all humility that I will continue to interact closely with them and work to address their concerns. I also urge people to work vigorously for noble mission to save girl child and Protecting environment by planting maximum trees ,”.
Mrs. Harsimrat was accompanied by Mansa Deputy Commissioner Mr. Parveen Kumar Thind, DIG, Mr. Amar Singh Chahal, SSP, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Khtara, Budhladha MLA, Mr. Chatin Singh Samaon, former MLA Mr. Harbant Singh Datewas and area Akali leaders.....
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Distributes certificates to first batch of Technical graduates in ‘Hunar’

Badal exhorts Industrialists to impart skill training to youth as mission mode

Asks Industrial Tycoons & Entrepreneurs to come forward to establish these skill up-gradation & training centers as part of their CSR

Visits Special School for meritorious students & Drug de-addiction center

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Ludhiana, August 22 : Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today exhorted the eminent industrial houses to play a vanguard role in opening skill centers to upscale the existing skills and expertise of their employees besides imparting skill training to the unemployed youth as a ‘mission mode’.
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Ludhiana, August 22 : Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today exhorted the eminent industrial houses to play a vanguard role in opening skill centers to upscale the existing skills and expertise of their employees besides imparting skill training to the unemployed youth as a ‘mission mode’.
Addressing a selected gathering, after giving away the certificates to the first batch of supervisors and welders who had undergone technical training in ‘Hunar’ a skill centre of Hero group in its premises, the Chief Minister said that such Industrial tycoons and entrepreneurs should come forward to establish these skill up-gradation and training centers as a part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). He said that it was the need of the hour that the industrial units and the state government should join hands to impart quality skill training to the unemployed youth for making them self employed on one hand and weaning them away from the drugs on the other. Badal, while lauding the Hero group for opening the center, expressed hope that this centre would act as lighthouse for the other industrial units to follow its footsteps adding that the state government would provide fulsome support and cooperation to the industrial units for such endeavors.
Pertinently on the personal persuasion of the Chief Minister, the Hero Group had set up this center, which was inaugurated by Badal last year. The Chief Minister also urged the other industrialists to replicate the same model in their industrial premises to empower the unemployed youth with upgradation and provision of new technical skills especially in cycle, textile, knitwear, small scale and machine tool to cater the need of specialized labour in local industry.
In his address Chairman of the Hero Cycles, OP Munjal expressed his gratitude towards the Chief Minister for sparing his valuable time for the function.
Addressing the gathering Pankaj Munjal said that the group selected its most promising workers through scientifically-designed evaluation process consisting of written test and interview to enroll them in a program that would graduate them from worker to supervisor and put them in a leadership role. He said that the Hero Cycles tied-up with Chitkara University which successfully conducted this program. Munjal said that going a step ahead Hero Cycles now plans to increase its involvement with the Punjab Government to create more such centers with much higher intake of students and a wider scope of skills.
Later on the Chief Minister accompanied by his Advisor Mahesh Inder Singh Grewal and Special Principal Secretary KJS Cheema visited the Special school for meritorious students in the city and interacted with the students. Acceding to the demand made by the students, he approved the opening of canteen cum stationary shop in the school and directed the officers to provide playground to the students.
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Sets up 345 examination centres for 183695 students

Dr. Cheema seeks foolproof security & Traffic arrangements for TET

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Chandigarh, August 22: The Punjab Education Minister Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema today sought foolproof arrangements regarding traffic and security for scheduled Teachers Eligibility Test scheduled for 24th August, 2014 at over 345 centres across the state.
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Chandigarh, August 22: The Punjab Education Minister Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema today sought foolproof arrangements regarding traffic and security for scheduled Teachers Eligibility Test scheduled for 24th August, 2014 at over 345 centres across the state.
In two separate communiqués to ADGP, Security & ADGP, Traffic, the Minister said that since lakhs of candidates have to appear in this test, it was imperative to have proper security and traffic arrangements for this and Police department should make proper arrangements for the same.
Meanwhile, the Punjab Government has done all arrangement for smooth conduction of Teacher Eligibility test which was conduct on August 24 in the state. Dr Cheema said that the state government has set up 400 examination centre for conducting TET in which 183695 students would appear. Out of 183695 students, 47859 students would appear for TET-1 where as 135836 students appear for TET-2. He said that TET-1 would be conducted from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm for ETT passed students and TET-2 would be conducted from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm for B.Ed. passed students. He said that special arrangements have been made for physically challenged students at all centres and they would also be given 20 minutes extra per hour. He said that in order to ensure the transparency and to check the mal practice videography would be conducted at all centres. For the smooth conduction of the test 36 Nodal Centres have also been established at District as well as Sub Division level. Similarly helpline 1860 180 1814 (Toll Free) has also been set up.
Dr. Cheema said that strict instructions have been issued for transparent conduct of the test. He said that in students have been permitted to carry home the carbon copy of the answer sheet along with question paper, so that they could self evaluate themselves. After two days of examination the original answer sheet of question paper would be uploaded on website. Students could file objections within five days of the declaration of the results.
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Minister asks officials to revitalize extension network to reach out to farmers

2nd Green Revolution needed to make Punjab number one in Horticulture Prod.: Jathedar Tota Singh

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Chandigarh, August 22: The Punjab Agriculture Minister Jathedar Tota Singh today gave a call for Second Green Revolution in the State to make Punjab number one state in the country in the production of Vegetable, Fruits and Flowers.
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Chandigarh, August 22: The Punjab Agriculture Minister Jathedar Tota Singh today gave a call for Second Green Revolution in the State to make Punjab number one state in the country in the production of Vegetable, Fruits and Flowers.
Presiding over a meeting of the Horticulture department Minister asked the officials to strengthen extension network of the department to reach out tothe farmers to facilitate them to increase production and focus on diversification of crops to bring out the farmers from the vicious circle of traditional crops.
The Minister said that the officials should work on to improve the quality of varieties of Vegetables, Fruits and flowers which could be exported and also encourage farmers to grow such varieties. He said that the officials should provide scientific assistance to make these crops profitable to the farmers. He also asked the officials to draft farmer friendly proposals which would be approved at the government level without any delay.
Jathedar Tota Singh said that besides providing subsidies under National Horticulture Mission to the farmers, the state horticulture department should use innovative ways to provide training to encourage farmers for diversified agriculture. He said that department should make practical illustrations in the fields of farmers to aware them to use new scientific techniques to increase quality production of crops with low cost.
He asked the department officials to use new mediums to make people aware about diversified farming. The Minister asked officials to provide technical support and advice to farmers who want to make a Polly and Net house. He said that such farmers should be provided all information to protect Polly houses and net houses from strong winds.
Jathedar Tota Singh said that all efforts are being done to establish more food processing units in the state. He said that Punjab Government in the leadership of Chief Minister S. Parkash Singh Badal has taken up the matter with the NDA led union government for setting up food processing units in the state which are already showing positive results.
Others prominent present in the meeting Mr. Suresh Kumar included Financial Commissioner Development, Mr. Balwinder Singh Sidhu Commissioner Agriculture, Mr. Arvinder Singh Bains MD Warehousing, Dr. Lajvinder Singh Brar Director Horticulture, Dr. Gurkanwal Singh Joint Director Horticulture Punjab and district horticulture officers. ....
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Committee headed by eminent Industrialist Pankaj Munjal to run affairs of this center

Badal gives nod for setting multi skill center at Ludhiana

Move aimed at emerging state as a hub of ‘Skilled Manpower’

Center to come up at abandoned premises of ‘Knitwear Facility’

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Ludhiana, August 22: Taking a leap forward for emerging the state a hub of ‘Skilled manpower’ through product and process innovation, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today gave nod for setting up a state-of-the art Multi Skill center at the vacant lying premises of ‘Kn....
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Committee mandated to consult CII & other premier organizations for preparing training module of center

Ludhiana, August 22: Taking a leap forward for emerging the state a hub of ‘Skilled manpower’ through product and process innovation, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today gave nod for setting up a state-of-the art Multi Skill center at the vacant lying premises of ‘Knitwear Facility’, managed and run by Punjab State Hosiery and Knitwear Development Corporation, here at local Industrial Focal point.
A decision to this effect was taken by the Chief Minister during a high level meeting with the captains of the local industry here at circuit house.
Taking part in deliberations the Chief Minister, who earlier visited the premises of this defunct center in the morning, impressed upon the Industrialists to play a pro-active role in the promotion of Skill training centers across the state with a twin objective of coping up with the needs of industry to have skilled manpower on one hand and opening new vistas of employment for the youth on the other. Assuring fulsome support and cooperation to the industrialists for executing and managing this ambitious project, he said that the entire capital cost of restructuring and renovating the existing infrastructure at the Knitwear facility would be borne by the state government and the Committee comprising of eminent industrialists would manage the affairs of this upcoming Multi skill center. Underscoring the need for providing separate Hostel facility for the Girls and boys enrolling in this Multi Skill Center, Mr. Badal asked the eminent industrialist to visit the ‘Knitwear Facility’ along with the officers of district administration to have first hand information for preparing a Detailed Project Report for this Center.
The Chief Minister further said that imparting quality skill training to the youth across the state was the need of hour to stamp out the curse of unemployment from the state. He said that this Multi skill center would impart training to 2000 unemployed youth, particularly to encompass the major section of drop outs who left the studies after tenth or twelfth due to economic hardships, every year in around 15 courses in Bicycle/ cycle parts, textile, apparel and garments, auto components, hand tools and light engineering industry besides in service sector including Hospitality, retail, healthcare and others. He also asked the Committee to put in place a training module for the students in consultation with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and other premier organizations engaged in skill training programs.
The Chief Minister further said that there was tremendous scope of skilled manpower in Health, industrial and service sectors due to which the state government has been focusing to deliver quality skill training to the youth on modern lines for coping up with the demand of local industry. He said that three para medical skill centers would be soon opened in the state at Faridkot, Amritsar and Patiala to give boost to Medical skill training in the state adding that even the upcoming Rehabilitation centers for drug addicts would also focus on providing skill training to the youth for gainful self employment. Likewise, Mr. Badal also said that Skill centers were also being opened in Jails across the state to impart skill training to the inmates.
On the occasion the Chief Minister also constituted a committee of key industrialists headed by Mr. PankajMunjal to look into the affairs of this Multi Skill center. The other members of committee included Ms. Sandeep Minni Riat, Mr. SP Oswal, Mr. Upkar Singh, Mr. SC Ralhan, Mr. Avtar Singh and Deputy Commissioner Ludhiana. Mr. Badal also directed the Deputy Commissioner to get this committee/ society registered at the earliest for the smooth management of its affairs.
Summing up the deliberations, the Chief Minister asked the committee to implement this project within three months and assured to provide lump sum amount requisite for repair, renovation besides machinery/ infra structure required for skill training as a part of capital cost. He further said that once the project took off the running expenses for managing the day-to-day affairs would be equally shared by the state government and society. Mr. Badal also asked the committee especially the Deputy Commissioner to work out the modalities for the renovation of premises of ‘Knitwear Facility’ according to the requirement to impart training to atleast 2000 unemployed youth every year.
Earlier welcoming the Chief Minister, MD Hero Cycles Mr. Pankaj Munjal highly appreciated his vision and concern to empower the educated unemployed youth of the state by affording them an opportunity of skill training so that they could be meaningfully absorbed in the local industry. Mr. Munjal reiterated his firm commitment to emerge the upcoming skill training center as a major hub in this regard in the region.
Prominent amongst those who attended the meeting included Cabinet Minister Mr. Sharanjeet Singh Dhilon, Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Mahesh Inder Singh Grewal, MLA Mr. Darshan Singh Shivalik, Principal Secretary Industries Mr. Sanjay Kumar, Special Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. KJS Cheema, Secretary cum Director Industries Mr. Raminder Singh and Deputy Commissioner Mr. Rajat Aggarwal.
The Industry was represented by MD Hero Cycles Mr. Pankaj Munjal, MD Akal Springs Ms. Sandeep Minni Riat, MD Vardhman Special Steel Mr. Sachit Jain, MD Ralson Mr. Sanjeev Pahwa, MD New Swan Industries Mr. US Ahuja, CMD Trident Group Mr. Rajendra Gupta and Mr. Vishal Juneja from Vidhata group. ....
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Launches scheme for welfare of widows in the State

Badal urges all political parties to refrain from hooting

Terms India as a Secular & Sovereign State

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Ludhiana, August 22 : Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today called upon the representatives of all the political parties to strictly maintain decorum, discipline and refrain from creating ruckus by way of ‘hooting’ and other unsavory acts of distraction during public functions.
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Ludhiana, August 22 : Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today called upon the representatives of all the political parties to strictly maintain decorum, discipline and refrain from creating ruckus by way of ‘hooting’ and other unsavory acts of distraction during public functions.
Interacting with the media persons of the sidelines of the function to mark the launch of scheme for the welfare of Widows here at PAU, the Chief Minister said that this unhealthy practice was not only undemocratic but also ethically and morally deplorable. Asked to comment on the recent incidents of ‘hooting’ during Prime Minister’s function in Haryana, Mr. Badal said that he was unable to comment specifically as he never knew whether this incident was just spontaneous or well planned.
Replying to another query regarding the RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat’s statement on Hindutva, the Chief Minister said that India being a secular and sovereign state was inhabited by people of different religions, castes, faiths and communities and therefore we must respect all the religions with reverence and should abstain from hurting the sentiments of people having faith in different religions and cults. Mr. Badal categorically said that he had been a true votary of peace, communal harmony and brotherhood throughout his political career spanning over nearly six decades and had ever given the precedence to it even over other important aspects of development and infra structural growth.
Earlier addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister highly appreciated he philanthropic gesture of founder Chairman of Loomba Foundation Lord Raj Loomba for launching the project to offer self employment opportunities to the Widows by imparting training in tailoring, stitching, embroidery and dress designing. He called upon the leading Industrialists and entrepreneurs to come forward for setting up such welfare projects in partnership with government adding he said that the state government would extend all possible help and cooperation in this regard. Mr. Badal impressed upon the trustee Mrs. Aruna Oswal to come up with a detailed proposal for establishing such project jointly in collaboration with the state government.
The Chief Minister said that the state government had already been giving matching grant to establish any sort of development project by NRIs in his or her village/ city and today’s launch of this project jointly by Loomba foundation and state government in which both have equally invested Rs 1 crore each was a part of this ambitious scheme. Underscoring the need to develop several skill development projects, Mr. Badal said that it was the need of hour and the philanthropist like Lord Loomba should further take the lead to transform the destiny of our state on one hand besides shaping the future of millions of unemployed youth on the other.
In his welcome address the founder trustee Lord Raj Loomba said it was his dream project which had been finally fulfilled with the support of the Punjab government. He highly commended the Chief Minister for his concern for the poor and needy by initiating welfare projects/ schemes and today’s launch of this pro-people project was a positive step in this direction. Lord Loomba lamented the plight of widows in the society especially as his own mother became widow when he was just 10 years old and hardships and mental agony through which she passed in nurturing him, inspired him the most to bring this project on ground.
Prominent amongst those present on the occasion included Cabinet Minister Mr. Parminder Singh Dhindsa, Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Mahesh Inder Singh Grewal, Special Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. KJS Cheema, Commissioner NRI Affairs Mr. B Purshartha, Deputy Commissioner Mr. Rajat Aggarwal, Champion of the foundation Graham Tobbell and his wife Mrs. Susane Tobbell.....
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Asked HM to withdraw its illegal ban as it has hurt the Sikh sentiments

Stalling of film 'Kaum de Heere': Modi Sarkar's first onslaught on Sikhs

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Amritsar, August 22: Dal Khalsa today termed the stalling of film 'Kaum de heere' as first onslaught of Modi Sarkar on Sikhs.

Party spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said the decision to bar the film by Home Ministry (HM) is based on flimsy ground. "The film is based on history and facts. We can't change the history nor can we run away from the facts". He asked the HM to withdraw its illegal ban as it has hurt the Sikh sentiments.

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Amritsar, August 22: Dal Khalsa today termed the stalling of film 'Kaum de heere' as first onslaught of Modi Sarkar on Sikhs.

Party spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said the decision to bar the film by Home Ministry (HM) is based on flimsy ground. "The film is based on history and facts. We can't change the history nor can we run away from the facts". He asked the HM to withdraw its illegal ban as it has hurt the Sikh sentiments.

Lambasting the BJP and the Congressmen for raising hue and cry on the film, Kanwarpal Singh said they have no business to interfere in Sikh affairs. 'It's for the Sikhs to decide who is their community's (quam) hero and Akal Takht articulating the collective aspirations of the Sikhs have declared the three (Beant Singh, Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh) as their heroes and martyrs.

Rubbishing all talks and claims by certain quarters that the film would disturb the communal harmony, he said bonds of Punjabi's are not so weak and fragile that any film could trigger unrest amongst them.

He urged the Director of the film to wait for few days and in case the government sticks to its illogical stand, then he should distribute DVD’s of the film within Sikh circles and that their cadre would screen the film in villages, towns and cities on their own.....
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Patient’s Mother is working as warden in girl’s hostel & is unable to pay for his treatment & surgery

Appeal for donation regarding patient Pawan

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Ludhiana, August 22: Patient Pawan – 20 years old boy bearing hospital unit no, C7527127, S/o Late Pargat, R/o # 4, The Salvation Mac Robert Hospital, Dhariwal, Gurdaspur (M: 99887-38857), a case of CRVHD with Severe AR with Mod MR, needs to undergo Early Open Heart Surgery – AVR – Aortic valve replacement + MVR (Mitral Valve Replacement or Repair) a case of CRVHD with Severe MS.
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Ludhiana, August 22: Patient Pawan – 20 years old boy bearing hospital unit no, C7527127, S/o Late Pargat, R/o # 4, The Salvation Mac Robert Hospital, Dhariwal, Gurdaspur (M: 99887-38857), a case of CRVHD with Severe AR with Mod MR, needs to undergo Early Open Heart Surgery – AVR – Aortic valve replacement + MVR (Mitral Valve Replacement or Repair) a case of CRVHD with Severe MS.
Patient’s Mother has three more siblings and she is the only bread winner in the family. She is working as warden in girl’s hostel and she is unable to pay for his treatment and surgery.
Patient Pawan needs financial help. Any assistance provided would be greatly appreciated. Donations may be (Cheque or DD) made in the name of CMC Ludhiana Society with ‘for Pt. Pawan – C7527127’ written at the back and sent to the Dept of Cardio Vascular Surgery, 1st Floor, Ward 14, Room 2201 in CMC & H Ph: 0161–2660022.....
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Raghuwar Bhawan’s inheritance look will be retained by its proper caretaking : Brar

Rahuwar Bhawan Fazilka – Govt. to be approached for its legacy status

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Fazilka, August 22: the oldest building of Fazilka –Raghuwar Bhawan - have been kept out of the colony being developed over 16.38 acres of land by Fazilka Improvement Trust and this ancient building will be looked after Improvement Trust, Fazlka, said Manjit Singh Brar, Deputy Commissioner.

Sometime back Fazlka Improvement trust wanted to sell the oldest building of the town for commercial purposes when people have opposed to the decision.

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Fazilka, August 22: the oldest building of Fazilka –Raghuwar Bhawan - have been kept out of the colony being developed over 16.38 acres of land by Fazilka Improvement Trust and this ancient building will be looked after Improvement Trust, Fazlka, said Manjit Singh Brar, Deputy Commissioner.

Sometime back Fazlka Improvement trust wanted to sell the oldest building of the town for commercial purposes when people have opposed to the decision.

As per the information, the building of Raghuwar was donated to a local education trust originally. Munshi Ram Aggarwal, a prominent citizen in 1901, had got it made and laid a beautiful garden around it for cultural activities. Later,he transferred the 16-acre property to MR Education Trust with an object to promote education in the border town.

On the other hand, the representatives of different NGOs have been yearning to set up a tourist centre in this area for long and the 165-year-old historical town situated on the Indo-Pak border, is going be developed as tourism hub soon.

Deputy Commissioner said, Raghuwar Bhawan Fazilka is the heritage building of the district and shortly the funds to upkeep will be allotted and its existing structure will be maintained as it is. He said, the building will also be four-walled from safety point of view. Besides, the Punjab Government and Archaeological Department will also be approached for its legacy status.
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New educational instructions at Fazilka to help students to brighten their future:Thukral

Fazilka Distt. HQ lacks government technical, medical & IT Colleges

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Fazilka, August, 22: To get higher education, the students have to go to far-off places in the absence of government technical, medical and information technology based colleges.

The glaring example is of Fazilka District HQ, from where thousands of students commute in the buses for Abohar, Ghubaya, Chhapianwali for getting higher education keeping in view of their future career.

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Fazilka, August, 22: To get higher education, the students have to go to far-off places in the absence of government technical, medical and information technology based colleges.

The glaring example is of Fazilka District HQ, from where thousands of students commute in the buses for Abohar, Ghubaya, Chhapianwali for getting higher education keeping in view of their future career.

Even equal number of students have getting the coaching from Kota in Rajasthan, Chandigarh, Jalandhr, Delhi and other states by spending a huge amount per month which goes in crores for the full academic session apart from facing lot of inconvenience.

Ajay Thukra, President, Punjab Government Aided Schools Employees and Teachers Union said, the Fazilka was declared as district headquarter on July 2011 but as of today there is no facility of acquiring higher education provided by the government. He further said, there is only one MR Govt.College and Govt. ITI and if some new courses are started in these institutions, the students can get the higher education locally and they have not to move out of Fazilka.

Making an appeal to the Chief Minister, Education Minister and local Health Minister, Ajay Thukral said, the new educational institutions may be established by the government at Fazilka Distt. HQ, which will brighten the future of the students besides avoiding inconvenience of commuting between the nearby stations. While the students will be able to achieve their goals in life, they will also feel secured, he added.
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Best way to correct others is to correct yourself: K K Dhawan Sr.Citizen

Sr. Citizens Forum celebrates Senior Citizens’ Day at Home for the Blinds

Demands constructions of Senior Citizens Home

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Ferozepur, August 21 : On Thursday evening, Senior Citizens Day was celebrated at Home for the Blinds, by Senier Citizens Forum.
Harish Monga, President, Senior Citizens Forum (SCF) said, “Every year, August 21 is celebrated as Senior Citizens Day throughout the world and increased population of senior citizens is a cause of concern for the nation.”
Monga further said, the wrinkles on the faces of the seniors itself speak the story of their experiences and indicates that th....
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Ferozepur, August 21 : On Thursday evening, Senior Citizens Day was celebrated at Home for the Blinds, by Senier Citizens Forum.
Harish Monga, President, Senior Citizens Forum (SCF) said, “Every year, August 21 is celebrated as Senior Citizens Day throughout the world and increased population of senior citizens is a cause of concern for the nation.”
Monga further said, the wrinkles on the faces of the seniors itself speak the story of their experiences and indicates that they have traveled a long distance. Now the time has come to wish to repay our debt to society. He appealed to the senior citizens to educate the young generation, by virtue of their experience to respect the seniors and look after their parents adequately.
K.K.Dhawan, Patron of the Forum sharing his life experiences said, “The best way to correct others is to correct yourself which will solve all the problems.
Vinod Goyal, Secretary said, in the coming time, the Forum will release a Members Directory besides contributing in the social activities.
Kulbhushan Gautam, Senior Vice President in his address said, the district administration should construct a Senior Citizen Home where the seniors could sit together and share their experience and family affairs to solve the day today problems being faced now a days.
He also said, in the next meeting of the Forum, a legal expert will be invited to share the legalities of registration of Will.
The inmates of Home for the Blinds also recited songs on this occasion followed by fellow-ship over tea and snacks.
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Shake up in Bihar administration

Bihar Govt transfers 32 IAS officers in major reshuffle

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New Delhi: August 22: The Bihar government has transferred 32 IAS officers in major a reshuffle held on Thursday. According to official communication, SDO Purnia sadar, Himanshu Sharma will be the municipal commissioner of Muzaffarpur while Patna City SDO Thyagrajan S M has been made municipal commissioner, Biharsharif. Barh SDO D Nilesh Ramchandra will be the Gaya municipal commissioner. Excise commissioner and IG (registration) Saiyad Parvez Al....
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New Delhi: August 22: The Bihar government has transferred 32 IAS officers in major a reshuffle held on Thursday. According to official communication, SDO Purnia sadar, Himanshu Sharma will be the municipal commissioner of Muzaffarpur while Patna City SDO Thyagrajan S M has been made municipal commissioner, Biharsharif. Barh SDO D Nilesh Ramchandra will be the Gaya municipal commissioner. Excise commissioner and IG (registration) Saiyad Parvez Alam will swap places with cane commissioner Chittaranjan Singh. Additional secretary, general administration department and deputy CEO, Bihar, R Lakhmanan will hold additional charge of MD, Bihar state beverage corporation limited. Additional secretary, general administration, and director, centre for good governance society, Bandana Preyashi, has been given additional charge of Bihar rural livelihood project.

Project director, Bihar State Aids Control Society, Sanjiv K Sinha has been made additional member, Board of Revenue. Director, science and technology, Vinay Kumar, has been made MD, Beltron. Kumar will hold additional charge of rural water supply and PHED. The present MD, Beltron, Anupam Kumar Suman will be MD, Bihar state tourism development corporation. Joint secretary, cabinet coordination department, Ramashish Paswan will hold additional charge of director, SC and ST welfare department. Project director, Bihar state rural livelihood project Sridhar Chirobelu who is also holding additional charge of MD, Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam, will be full fledged MD of the pul nigam. Khagaria SDO S Kapil Ashok has been made MD, Bihar state water board. Ashok will also hold charge of additional town commissioner Patna. Patna sadar SDO Pankaj Dikshit has been made CEO, Bihar skills Development Corporation under the ministry of labour resources department.

Director, SC and ST welfare department Divesh Sehra will be additional secretary, panchayati Raj while Rajgir SDO Alok Ranjan Ghosh will be joint secretary, animal and fisheries resources department. OSD in revenue and land reforms department, Avinash K Singh, has been made Bhagalpur municipal commissioner while Sitamarhi SDO Mahendra Kumar will be Darbhanga municipal commissioner. Danapur SDO Rahul Kumar has been made project director, Bihar State Aids Control Society and will hold additional charge of executive director, Bihar state health society. Benipatti SDO Mithilesh Mishra has been made director, land records and revenue. Assistant collector, Hajipur, Rajesh Kumar will go to Benipatti as SDO. Assistant collector Sunil K Yadav has been made SDO, Khagaria.

Assistant collector Motihari, Amit Kumar will be SDO, Patna sadar while assistant collector Muzaffarpur, Arvind K Verma will be SDO, Danapur. Assistant collector Patna, Inayat Khan, has been posted SDO, Rajgir, while assistant collector, Gaya, Mukesh Pandey has been posted SDO, Balia in Begusarai district.
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