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Senior Lawyer Anupam Gupta bereaved, Mother Satya Gupta Expires, cremation today

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Chandigarh, August 03,2015: Senior Advocate of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Anupam Gupta bereaved, Mother Satya Gupta Expires. Cremation will take place at 4.30 PM today( Monday) at Cremation Ground Sector 25,Chandigarh.....
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Chandigarh, August 03,2015: Senior Advocate of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Anupam Gupta bereaved, Mother Satya Gupta Expires. Cremation will take place at 4.30 PM today( Monday) at Cremation Ground Sector 25,Chandigarh.....
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Canadians will go to the Federal Parliament polls Oct. 19

Canadians will go to the Federal Parliament polls Oct. 19 -ਕੈਨੇਡਾ ਵਿੱਚ ਫੈਡਰਲ ਚੋਣਾਂ ਦਾ ਬਿਗਲ ਵੱਜਿਆ, ਵੋਟਾਂ 19 ਅਕਤੂਬਰ ਨੂੰ

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Ottawa, August 02,2015: Canadian Federal Parliament Elections will held on October 19,2015 .The decision to hold polls was taken by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper today coinciding with kicking off a marathon 11-week campaign by Conservative party.
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Ottawa, August 02,2015: Canadian Federal Parliament Elections will held on October 19,2015 .The decision to hold polls was taken by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper today coinciding with kicking off a marathon 11-week campaign by Conservative party.
Harper announced the election after visiting Governor General David Johnston to formally request the dissolution of parliament.

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About 40 buildings in dilapidated condition, fall anytime

More than century old school building - Happy Balwadi School presently not functioning - collapsed in Ferozepur,

No loss of life, two injured

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Ferozepur, August 2, 2015: Today, suddenly more than a century old building of Happy Balwadi School, situated in thickly populated area, presently not functioning for the last about four decades, collapsed injuring two persons.

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Ferozepur, August 2, 2015: Today, suddenly more than a century old building of Happy Balwadi School, situated in thickly populated area, presently not functioning for the last about four decades, collapsed injuring two persons.

Different stories were coming on surface about the collapse of the building – more than a century old building, certain interested people managed it being lying abandoned for the last so many years and construction of structure on the back of the school building etc.

However, due to Sunday evaded the major occurrence as the collapse building was situated on the busy road because of rush due to nearby bank, popular sanitary shop, availability of labourers and school and colleges.

As per the sources, there are about 40 such buildings in the city, out of which 20 could fall any time. Despite initiative by the local NGOs in the past, only one building was put to ground zero in Old Post Office street otherwise the Municipal Council remained mum over the matter after issue of notice or facing litigation proceedings.
According to President, Municipal Council, the powers to declare the unsafe building is with the B&R Department which has since been provided the relevant record.

The municipal council however, managed to clear the debris and demolishing of the remaining portion to avoid any untoward accident.

At the collapsed building, there was a rush of the local people. Parminder Singh Pinki, MLA was also seen at the site but avoided any commentary.

It may be added that the collapsed building is the property of Hindu Kanya Pathshala which is running Hindu Girls School. Two years back, the roof of this school was also collapsed without any major incident. There had been no management of the school and upper management for the last about 20 years. Once the local NGO had taken the initiated to arrange donation of Rs.50 lac from the NRIs but the same could not be materialized as the surviving members of the managing committee of the school failed to turn up over the table on a call from the district administration. However, the Senior Citizen Forum has now taken up the issue for the revival of management by enrolling new members and formation of new office bearers. But with the collapse of Happy Balwadi School building – a part of Hindu Kanya Pathshala – the fate of the school looks to be dark and the unattended buildings of the school may not be grabbed by the unscrupulous persons keeping eye on it.
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Speaking to media at Gurdaspur while reacting to query to politicisation of Yakub Memon's hanging

Maninderjit Bitta to political parties : Don't politicize SC verdicts related to terrorism

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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: Maninderjit Singh Bitta who is All India Anti-Terrorist Front Chairman said that Supreme Court should decide on some action against those who do politics on the Apex Court's verdicts related to terrorism.

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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: Maninderjit Singh Bitta who is All India Anti-Terrorist Front Chairman said that Supreme Court should decide on some action against those who do politics on the Apex Court's verdicts related to terrorism.

Media reports that Bitta was speaking to media in Gurdaspur while reacting to a query on politicisation of Yakub Menon’s hanging. Bitta said that Supreme Court should think of cases of treachery against those who do politics and challenge the court’s verdict on the hanging of terrorists, as they only promote terrorism while doing so.

Bitta was in Gurdaspur to console the families of those policemen who attained martyrdom during a gun battle with three terrorists who were also gunned down by Punjab police on July 27th. He also met the injured. Condemning the terrorist attack, he commended the valiant police personnel and urged the Centre to provide special package to Punjab to equip the force with modern equipments. He also appealed to political parties not to do politics on such issues. ....
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Govt. tightens noose around unethical trade of spurious and sub-standard Animal Drugs in Punjab

Statewide joint raids to check sub-standard Animal Drugs in Punjab

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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: Punjab’s Food and Drugs Administration in order to curb the menace of spurious and substandard animal drugs carried a statewide joint raids in 6 districts of Punjab Amrisar, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Jaladhar, Ludhiana and....
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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: Punjab’s Food and Drugs Administration in order to curb the menace of spurious and substandard animal drugs carried a statewide joint raids in 6 districts of Punjab Amrisar, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Jaladhar, Ludhiana and Moga by deputing cross district teams of Drugs Inspectors and Zonal Licensing authorities on Saturday. Punjab’s Health & Family Welfare Minister, Sh Surjit K. Jyani, had earlier given directions to the officers of the Drug Administration to deal sternly with such violators.

Giving information in this regard, Sh Hussan Lal, Commissioner Food & Drug Administration informed that a total of 157 samples of various drugs formulations manufactured by local and other states manufacturing units had been taken for test and analysis from various locations i.e. Ludhiana, 54 samples from 9 Drugs Sale Shops; Amritsar 33 samples from 9 Drugs Sale Shops & 10 samples from 2 Manufacturing Units; Jalandhar 20 samples from 6 Drugs Sale Shops; Moga 11 samples from 3 Drugs Sale Shops & 6 samples from 1 Manufacturing Unit; Gurdaspur 12 samples from 4 Drugs Sale Shops; Hoshiarpur 7 samples from 2 Drugs Sale Shops & 4 samples from 1 Manufacturing Unit. These samples have been sent for analysis to the state drug testing laboratory.

Sh Hussan Lal revealed that as per the national data, the segment of animal drugs is of more than Rs 10 Crore annually and is growing fast. Some nefarious elements dealing in manufacturing of animal drugs started indulging in manufacture, sale and supply of substandard drugs. Even last month (on 8th July) FDA conducted statewide joint raids and seized 77 samples of various brands of Hydroxy-progesteron, Caproate Injection for animal use. Upon their test and analysis by the state government laboratory, 6 drugs sample found to be containing Zero percent substance against 750 mg per injection, which was alarming. It appeared from the results that some manufacturers and traders are intentionally involved in this clandestine activity for the purpose of extorting money.

In light of the adverse lab reports, the Food & Drugs Administration Punjab planned a focused campaign to weed out spurious and sub-standard animal drugs from the market, as part of which outlets of costly and fast moving animal drugs suspected to be spurious or sub-standard were identified and regulatory officers were directed to draw samples of targeted group of sterile dry powder injections like Betalactams, Cephalosporins, their fixed dose combinations with Sulbactam, Tazobactam & Potassium clavunate. Injections of Oxytetracycline, Enorfloxacin, Gentamycin, Dexamethasone and Ivermectin were also included in the strategic list.

Commissioner stated that the manufacturers or traders found involved in manufacture, sale and supply of spurious and substandard drugs will be dealt with heavy hands as per law and offenders will not be spared at any cost. This exercise to catch the violators will continue in future, too in order to ensure availability of safe and efficacious animal drugs.....
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More participation of women has to be done on every platform

Crime against the women is on the rise in Punjab: Deepinder Singh Randhawa

Deepinder allotted serial no 3—TABLE as his election symbol

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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: The women in Punjab are not safe and there sharp rise in the crime against women in the last eight years of Shiromani Akali Dal and BJP rule. This was stated by S Deepinder Singh Randhawa, candidate for President Punjab Y....
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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: The women in Punjab are not safe and there sharp rise in the crime against women in the last eight years of Shiromani Akali Dal and BJP rule. This was stated by S Deepinder Singh Randhawa, candidate for President Punjab Youth Congress, in press release today. The sharp rise in the incidents of Rape, eve teasing, Domestic violence, female foeticide, education of girls reflect the concern of the present government towards the women in Punjab. There has been number of incidents in which the involvement of senior leaders of Shiromani Akali Dal Badal have been found but under the pressure from the government these women victims have to suffer. Due to threats from these influential leaders many victims succumb to the pressure and the case is closed. The female to male birth ratio is the least in Punjab, still the unauthorized Pregnancy test centers are working under the nose of this government. The incidents of Moga, Amritsar, and many more which go unreported are glaring examples.



Giving his vision about the solution to this problem, S Deepinder Singh Randhawa said that the foremost important thing is that education is imparted to these girls so that they are aware of this world and its happenings. The Government has duty to give quality education to these girls free of cost. We have to put more efforts on women empowerment and providing social justice to the young girls and women folk in Punjab. The girls should also be given skilled training at centers so that they are able to get job and run their household. The girls and women should be given self-defense training free of cost by the Government at different training centers so that at least in case of any incident if eve teasing they give a befitting reply to the teaser. To bring in the birth ratio of female and male little closer, unauthorized pregnancy check centers should be given hardest and deadly punishment, parents of the girls should also be educated and made aware of this problem.


Deepinder said that the Punjab Youth Congress will run continuous campaign against the female foeticide and crime against women which we have been already doing also in the past, but now the campaign will be more focused and use of social media will be more. We will have more participation by the females in our organizational set up also. Already our Vice President Sh. Rahul Gandhi has been in favour of women empowerment and social justice to the women, he has been vocal about this and the UPA 1 and UPA 2 had initiated number of schemes for women empowerment.....
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Students of Aryans Institute of Nursing launches awareness drive on friendship Day

International Friendship Day celebrated in unique way

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Rajpura/Patiala, August 2, 2015: Students and Staff of Aryans Institute of Nursing today came forward to celebrate world Friendship Day by organizing an awareness rally in nearby villages. The drive aimed to impart education and awareness about general health and wellness giving emphasis on the pre....
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Rajpura/Patiala, August 2, 2015: Students and Staff of Aryans Institute of Nursing today came forward to celebrate world Friendship Day by organizing an awareness rally in nearby villages. The drive aimed to impart education and awareness about general health and wellness giving emphasis on the prevention of diabetes, cancer, heart disease and obesity and Stress management. Prof. B.S Sidhu, Registrar, Aryans Group inaugurated the awareness drive.



Prof B.S Sidhu congratulated and praised this unique idea of the students to spread harmony and love among the people of nearby villages by organizing awareness rally. While motivating the students he further said that the drive will mobilize the youth of the periphery to come forward for the cause of society on friendship day.



Students carried placards with messages on the health hazards of smoking and alcohol consumption. They also distributed leaflets on causes and symptoms of diabetes, cancer, obesity, heart diseases, hypertension etc. Students made them aware about easy ways to stay away from these diseases just by stress management, regular exercise, good eating habits and living with harmony and mutual cooperation.



Sandeep Kaur, 1st year nursing Student at Aryans Group while sharing her views said that “Friendship day is not just about fun. The youth should come forward for a social cause and make friends with those who are in need. I am really happy today as I found an opportunity to do something for the people who could not avail regular medical services regularly.....
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GNDU Results

GNDU, Amritsar declares result of various examinations

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Amritsar,August 2, 2015: ​ The results of the following Examinations held by the Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar in May, 2015 have been declared and are available on University website www.gndu.ac.in.



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Amritsar,August 2, 2015: ​ The results of the following Examinations held by the Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar in May, 2015 have been declared and are available on University website www.gndu.ac.in.



1. M.A. English, Semester - IV

2. M.A. History, Semester - IV

3. M.A. Economics , Semester – IV

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Deepinder allotted election symbol S.no 3, TABLE

Punjab should be drug free, Youth should be given proactive role: Deepinder Randhawa

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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: The state of Punjab should have more serious approach to tackle the drug menace which has already taken toll of the youth of Punjab. Pitching for drug free Punjab, S Deepinder Singh Randhawa, Candidate for President Punjab....
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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: The state of Punjab should have more serious approach to tackle the drug menace which has already taken toll of the youth of Punjab. Pitching for drug free Punjab, S Deepinder Singh Randhawa, Candidate for President Punjab Youth Congress, today said that in the last eight years of Shiromani Akali Dal and BJP rule this drug menace has multiplied, and that has directly affected the younger generation in Punjab. The drugs are flowing freely and available easily in every corner of Punjab. There is nexus between the politicians and then police for patronizing the drug trade.
Deepinder said that being a candidate for the President Punjab Youth Congress, my vision towards my youth will be that my state of Punjab should be drug free. We will organize awareness camps, medical camps, Raid the illegal centres supplying drugs, run special campaigns through social media to aware the youth of Punjab. Today the ruling government has failed to control the drug menace, now it’s the turn of the youth of Punjab to awaken against the system and make the Punjab resurgent and vibrant.
Lambasting on the Chief Minister Of Punjab S Parkash Singh Badal, S Deepinder Singh Randhawa said that the Drug prevention board was formed by the government after this issue was taken up by the Punjab youth congress in the year 2011 but till today nothing has been done by this board to control the drug menace in Punjab. The Punjab also formed the Youth Development Board but nothing concrete was done by it also for the betterment of the youth. Even the members are not taken into confidence before making any policy decision. The congress vice president Sh Rahul Gandhi took up the issue of drugs in Punjab and publically announced the figures of drug addicts.
S Deepinder Singh Randhawa said that Going by the recent survey more than six lacs drug addicts are registered by government in different centres and hospitals, while the actual data will be atleast ten times of this. This is big cause of concern for the Punjab youth.

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State Government fully ready to meet any sort of challenge

Badal reiterates commitment of State Govt. to maintain peace & communal harmony

Slams Congress for misleading poor strata of society

State Government committed for welfare of economically weaker sections of society

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Pays homage to Maan Singh Manhera on his third death anniversary
Kharar (SAS Nagar), August 2, 2015: Reiterating the firm commitment of the state government to maintain peace and communal harmony in the state, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that the state govern....
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Kharar (SAS Nagar), August 2, 2015: Reiterating the firm commitment of the state government to maintain peace and communal harmony in the state, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that the state government was fully ready to meet any sort of challenge and no one would be allowed to disturb hard earned peace in the state.
Interacting with the media persons after paying tributes to late Mr. Maan Singh Manhera on his third death anniversary here today, the Chief Minister said that said that the state government was keeping a strict vigil to prevent any sort of untoward incident in the state. He said that the state government was well aware of its bounden duty to maintain peace in Punjab. Mr. Badal, however, said that there was no possibility of any sort of incident in the backdrop of the Dina Nagar terror attack. He also exhorted the people to don’t get swayed away by the rumors in this regard.
Earlier, while paying tributes to late Mr. Manhera, the Chief Minister slammed the Congress party for misleading the poor and downtrodden sections of the society in order to fulfill its vested political interests. He said that instead of formulating the policies for the development of the weaker sections of society the Congress has always deceived them by depriving them of their legitimate rights and by devising pro-rich policies. Mr. Badal said that it was the policy of the Congress to deny basic facilities to weaker sections of the society. “The net result of all these anti-poor policies of the Congress party is that the nation is confronting numerous social maladies like Poverty, inflation, corruption, illiteracy and others despite of the fact that the nature has blessed our country with a bounty of productive natural resources” added Mr. Badal.
However, the Chief Minister said that in lieu of underlying spirit of the constitution i.e. socialism and secularism, the Shiromani Akali Dal has made it as a basis of its basic ideology. He said that the Congress has always damaged the interests of the Sikh community by irrelevantly meddling in its social, economic, political and even religious issues.
The Chief Minister further said the SAD-BJP alliance government has taken path breaking initiatives for ensuring the welfare of the weaker sections of the society. He said that the SAD-BJP government was the only government in the country which had started Atta-Dal Scheme, Mai Bhago Vidya Scheme, Shagun Scheme and others for well being of the downtrodden and weaker sections of the society.
Likewise, the Chief Minister said that the state government has spend nearly Rs 1000 crore for perpetuating the rich legacy of state by creating a network of several magnificent memorials viz. Virasat-e-Khalsa, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur War Memorial, Chotta Ghallugara and Vadda Ghalugarra memorials. Apart from these several other state of the art memorials like Jang-e-Azaadi, War Heroes Memorial cum museum, Baba Jiwan Singh Memorial, Sri Guru Ravidass memorial and others were in pipeline. Mr. Badal said that the sole aim of constructing these memorials was to keep our younger generations abreast with the glorious and rich cultural and historic legacy of the state.
On the occasion, the Chief Minister also announced to construct a community hall in the memory of late Mr. Manhera.
Prominent amongst other present on the occasion included Lok Sabha MP Prof. Prem Singh Chandumajra, Chief Parliamentary Secretary Mr. NK Sharma, MLA Justice (Retd.) Nirmal Singh, Chairperson Punjab Women’s Commission Bibi Parmjeet Kaur Laandran, former Union Minister Mr. Balwant Singh Ramoowalia and former MLA Jathedar Ujaagar Singh.
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We need to plant as many trees as possible to re-establish a balance with nature : Solanki, Punjab Governor

Plant as many trees as possible to re-establish a balance with nature : Solanki

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Ferozepur August 2, 2015 : Punjab Governor Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki, after planting sapling to mark the Environment Day said that this initiative of organizers would certainly help in achieving the Green India Mission in a record time and it will also boost employment, particularly in the rural an....
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Ferozepur August 2, 2015 : Punjab Governor Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki, after planting sapling to mark the Environment Day said that this initiative of organizers would certainly help in achieving the Green India Mission in a record time and it will also boost employment, particularly in the rural and tribal areas.

Prof.Solanki said that I am happy to launch tree plantation drive from the Land of Martyrs. He said that trees have many valuable properties and has significant role to play in human life. He said number of benefits from trees and forests are intangible, a single well grown tree inhales about 20 kgs of carbon dioxide gas per year and gives out oxygen for a family of four persons for a year, this is equivalent to the amount produced by a car driving about 40,000 kms. He said today the globe is warming and we are facing many natural disasters due to an imbalance in the natural systems. Therefore, we need to plant as many trees as possible to deal with this situation so that a balance can be re-established with nature.
Speaking on the occasion the Governor said, besides their role of producing oxygen, the trees also prevent pollution, increase productivity of soils and provide shelter to a lot of birds, animals and insects which play an important role in maintaining the ecological balance. Similarly, a forest plays many roles from increasing rainfall to enhancing the soil fertility and providing clean water. They provide a number of products from timber to firewood, fruits, gums, resins and so on, he added.
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He is a double Gold Medalist and PhD from Delhi University

Dr A.K.Bakshi appointed V.C DAV University,Jalandhar

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Jalandhar, August 2, 2015:​ A double Gold Medalist and PhD from Delhi University ,Dr A.K.Bakshi has now been selected as Vice Chancellor (VC) DAV University Jalandhar after about one year.He will be new Vice Chancellor now,replacing Dr Kohli.

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Jalandhar, August 2, 2015:​ A double Gold Medalist and PhD from Delhi University ,Dr A.K.Bakshi has now been selected as Vice Chancellor (VC) DAV University Jalandhar after about one year.He will be new Vice Chancellor now,replacing Dr Kohli.

Dr Bakshi during the past remained on prestigious posts during his bright career,serving as Vice-Chancellor of Rajhrishi Tondon Open University,Allahabad and Tertiary Education Commission,Mauritus as an Executive Director.He also remained with the Punjab University from 1989 to 96 at Chandigarh.

Dr Bakshi has been a visiting scientist at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR),Mumbai as well as a he served Institute of Science (IICs) Bangalore.

Dr Bakshi is the first persons from Universities in India who was selected as the "Third Indian Research Expedition to Antarctica" during the year 1984.Dr Bakshi's interest include theoretical polymer chemistry innovation in science education information and communication technologies in learning higher education.....
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CBDT notified ITR3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 for Assessment Year 2015-16

Tax return forms for non salaried including companies notifies by IT deptt

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New Delhi, August 2, 2015: The Income Tax department has notified tax return forms for non-salaried class, including companies, partners in firms and individuals deriving their income from proprietary business or profession.

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New Delhi, August 2, 2015: The Income Tax department has notified tax return forms for non-salaried class, including companies, partners in firms and individuals deriving their income from proprietary business or profession.

Media reports that Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has notified ITR3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 for Assessment Year 2015-16. These forms are used by non-salaried entities to file income tax returns.
As per the notification, companies and firms filing returns under ITR-5 and 6 would be required to specify whether they are Foreign Institutional Investors (FII)/Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) and will have to furnish SEBI registration numbers.

The government has earlier notified ITR forms 1 (Sahaj), 2, 2A and 4S (Sugam) for Assessment Year 2015-16. These are used for filing income tax returns by salaried individuals.

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Gujarat, Manipur & West Bengal states badly hit due to rain

Heavy Rains & Floods affects normal life in Country

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New Delhi, August 2, 2015: Due to heavy rain normal life in many parts of the country has been disrupted badly and various areas have been submerged.
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New Delhi, August 2, 2015: Due to heavy rain normal life in many parts of the country has been disrupted badly and various areas have been submerged.
Media reports that in Gujarat, death toll due to heavy rain in northern part of the state has risen to 53. State emergency control room officials said 28 deaths have occurred in the worst-affected Banaskantha district. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Chief Minister Anandiben Patel and assured her of central help. A total 14 teams comprising 592 jawans of different agencies including National Disaster Response Force, Border Security Force, State Reserve Police and 5 Air Force helicopters have been pressed into service for relief and rescue work. Around 3,000 persons have been rescued so far.

Union Minister of State for Home Haribhai Chaudhari has said that centre will provide all necessary assistance to help the flood affected people in north Gujarat. After reviewing the flood situation in worst affected areas of North Gujarat, Mr. Chaudhari said that State Government is taking all necessary steps and centre will give all possible help to restore normalcy in the worst affected areas. AIR Ahmedabad correspondent reports that after meeting with senior officers of government and district administration at Palanpur last evening, State Home Minister Mr.Chaudhari will be visiting worst affected villages of Banaskantha today.

Earlier, Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel has announced various relief measures for the flood affected people. As per central government’s calamity relief fund scheme, each affected family gets Rs. 3,800, but state government has decided to add additional Rs. 3,200 from its own fund. Thus each affected family will get Government assistance of Rs 7,000 for their household needs. Similarly, Rs.40,000 will be paid per death of each milk producing cattle-instead of set norms of Rs.30,000. State Government will also give assistance for the deaths of other cattle like goat, bullock, horse etc.

In Manipur, 20 people were killed in a landslide triggered by heavy rain at Zoumoal village in Chandel district. Police said, Incessant rain during the past few days triggered massive landslide leading to collapse of almost all houses in the Zoumoal village in Khengjoi Sub-Division yesterday. Relief and rescue works are being carried out by Assam Rifles and villagers.

Due to incessant rains during the last one week, the entire valley areas including the capital city Imphal covering four districts have been flooded while most of the five hill districts have been badly affected.

A preliminary report said all the 20 villagers of Joumol were buried alive and about 12 houses were swept away by a massive landslide, yesterday. So far rescue workers were able to recover bodies of only about ten victims. The village has only 21 households with a population of only 100 villagers. Rescue works were hampered as the only road leading to the village has been flooded and all the bridges have been washed away.

There were also reports of large numbers of houses being swept away by flood and landslide in Khengjoy division. Water levels of Imphal, Iril, Nambul and other rivers were continuing to flow at flood level and if rainfall continues during the next few days the water levels may increase to dangerous levels. Chief Minister O Ibobi has also instructed immediate rescue and relief works.

Meanwhile, in West Bengal, the overall flood situation has marginally improved following stopping of rain for the last few days. 12 South Bengal Districts have been affected in the current spell of floods. Over 18 lakh 39 thousand people have been marooned by the deluge. AIR correspondent though vast areas of various South Bengal Districts are still reeling under water. The water level of major rivers are also flowing above the danger level.

Chief Minster Mamata Banerjee yesterday visited the flood hit Udaynarayanpur in Howrah District to take stock of the situation.

Moreover normal life was also disrupted in several parts of Himachal Pradesh yesterday as heavy rains triggered landslides and disrupted vehicular traffic. Link roads in interiors were blocked at numerous places and vehicular traffic was suspended on about 100 roads including 26 roads in Rampur and Kinnaur areas, 39 roads in Sirmaur, 5 in Rohroo and Dodra-Kwar, 19 in Mandi, 15 in Dalhousie and one in Palampur. However, no national highway was closed and PWD engineers claimed that 80 per cent roads would be opened by today.

The local Met office has predicted rains and thunder storm at many places in the state over next six days and warned of heavy rains at isolated places in mid and lower hills today.
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Punjab Agro starts process of filling 245 posts

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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: Punjab Agro Industrial Corporation (PAIC) has started recruitment process for 245 posts by inviting online applications on or before August 7th, 2015.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson of the P....
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Chandigarh, August 2, 2015: Punjab Agro Industrial Corporation (PAIC) has started recruitment process for 245 posts by inviting online applications on or before August 7th, 2015.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson of the Punjab Agro said that 245 posts which includes Manager 3,Executive (G) 5, Executive(ACS) 29, Executive (T) 23, clerk-cum-computer operator 53, Sub-Inspector 45,Junior Scale^Stenographers 20, Junior Storekeeper 32 and Technical Assistant 35.to expand its network and strengthen the marketing chain to provide a platform to agro produce of farmers.
He further said that interested candidates should visit official website www.punjabagro.gov.in
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Indy joins as "The World's most Livable Cities"

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Indianpolis, August 1, 2015: Indianapolis has joined the ranks of international cities such as Copenhagen, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Helsinki, Toronto, Singapore, Rotterdam and Melbourne, in terms of smart infrastructure, walkability, and preservation, according to Mayor's Office of International & Cultural....
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Indianpolis, August 1, 2015: Indianapolis has joined the ranks of international cities such as Copenhagen, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Helsinki, Toronto, Singapore, Rotterdam and Melbourne, in terms of smart infrastructure, walkability, and preservation, according to Mayor's Office of International & Cultural Affairs Newsletter - August 2015.

Metropolis Magazine's "The World's most Livable Cities" , looked at a number of the factors that add to a community's quality of life—including but not limited to education, housing, amenities, demographics, natural and built environments, and economic prosperity—to gauge a city's livability rating. Indy's blend of arts, culture, education and infrastructure improvements, has made it one of the best cities to live!

Indianapolis Sister Cities receives National Award: Indianapolis Sister Cities, an organization dedicated to enhancing global connections, has received the 2015 Innovation in Arts and Culture award for a city with a population over 500,000 from Sister Cities International (SCI). The Annual Awards program, established in 1962, showcases the achievements of standout sister city programs and brings international recognition to communities' contribution to citizen diplomacy. The award was presented at SCI's 59th Annual Conference on July 18 in Minneapolis.

Kanfing Camara, of Ben Davis High School and Tial Rem, of Perry Meridian High School, were awarded scholarships by the Indianapolis Sister Cities program to attend the international Youth Summit. The Youth Summit, held in conjunction with the SCI Conference, is designed to expose youth to important international challenges. This year's theme focused on issues related to worldwide refugee resettlement.

200 delegates attend IVLP: Last month international leaders were received by the Mayor's Office, as part of the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). This professional exchange program, organized locally by the International Center brings over 200 delegates a year from various fields to gain firsthand experience of American culture, while building lasting relationships with their American counterparts.

Foreign leaders from Australia Croatia, Israel, Mexico, Taiwan, Turkey, Zambia, and Zimbabwe discussed topics including U.S. Foreign Policy, Human Rights, and LGBTI Rights. Delegates gained meaningful insight on Indy's political structure in relation to state and federal law.

Annual Sister Cities Fest: On September 19th weekend, Indy will host two great international events. First, we have the return of the annual Sister Cities Fest, a cultural street fair promoting Global Indy. We will have stage performances, great food, cultural activities and more. In addition, we will have the inaugural Mayor's International Futsal Cup. 32 teams will play with each team representing a different nationality. Most of the players reside in Indianapolis. Best of all, both events are free!

Taiwan's 2 Women Vying for the Presidency: Taiwan's top political parties have each chosen female presidential candidates for the 2016 elections. On Sunday July 19th 2015, the Taiwanese ruling Nationalist Party picked Hung Hsiu-chu the current deputy legislative speaker and former teacher as their candidate for the 2016 elections. She will run against Tsai Ing-wen, the opposition Democratic Party Chairwoman. This is the first time two women have been at the top of the ticket in Taiwan. ....
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Khattar policies coming a cropper, says Kiran Choudhry

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Chandigarh, August 1, 2015: Mrs Kiran Choudhry, Leader of the Haryana Congress Legislature Party, has said that the policies and programmes pursued by the Haryana Government, led by Mr Manohar Lal Khattar, are beginning to come a cropper. Be it Beti Bachao-Beti Phadao, its campaign to check mother-i....
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Chandigarh, August 1, 2015: Mrs Kiran Choudhry, Leader of the Haryana Congress Legislature Party, has said that the policies and programmes pursued by the Haryana Government, led by Mr Manohar Lal Khattar, are beginning to come a cropper. Be it Beti Bachao-Beti Phadao, its campaign to check mother-infant deaths or crime against women, statistics prove that the situation has deteriorated, not improved.



This cements the fact that there is more of PR exercise in all these than serious effort made to improve things. Worse still, on mother-infant deaths, facts have been under-reported by the districts to the extent of hundred per cent to show that all is well, she pointed out.



In a statement issued here today, the former minister for excise and taxation minister said that claims to the contrary to curb female feticide under the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign notwithstanding, the sex ratio at birth (SRB) in Haryana as well as in most districts has declined, not improved. The bias against the girl child remains to be busted.



The data on SRB supplied by the civil registration system for June, 2014 and June, 2015 shows a decline, not improvement in at least six districts where the number of girls born against boys has gone down. Against the SRB target of 950 set by the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal Khattar, within one year, it has registered a decrease from 874 in 2014 to 869 this year.



Coming to the districts, the number of girls against boys in Sirsa has declined from 890 for every 1,000 boys up to June, 2014 to 877 in June, 2015. In Rohtak, it came down from 889 to 852; Faridabad (890 to 848), Jind (902 to 862), Kurukshstra (888 to 862), Ambala (902 to 888), Gurgaon (839 to 812), Kaithal (918 to 893), Karnal (896 to 894), Panipat (914 to 901). Against this the improvement registered by some districts is only marginal, she said.



On infant deaths, Mrs Choudhry said there were 3,307 infant deaths in the state but only 728 were mentioned in the reports submitted by the district authorities to the state government and the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. And, of 145 maternal deaths, just 21 were reported on the NHM portal Health Management Information System (HMIS). The shows grave impropriety, she added.

On the crime against women, Haryana has earned the dubious distinction of ranking third in the country according to the data released by the National Commission for Women. The NCW received 1,720 complaints, the third highest number of cases of crime against women from Haryana in 2014-15. The state trails UP with 19,385 complaints and Delhi with 3,618 cases registered by NCW in 2014-15. A majority of the 433 complaints from Haryana were of police apathy where victims failed to get their complaints registered, she said.



“The BJP Government would do well to do a rethink and re-plan schemes to produce results instead is doing mere PR exercises aimed at fooling the people of the state,” Mrs Choudhry demanded....
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Students observed ' Black Ribbon Day' Presented posters, collages and beautiful captions to express their grief at the great loss.

CT Public School pays Homage to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

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Jalandhar, August 1, 2015: The sad demise of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the most revered Ex-President of India, sent waves of grief and sorrow among every citizen across the world. He was a great soul, who dedicated his entire life for the welfare of his m....
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Jalandhar, August 1, 2015: The sad demise of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the most revered Ex-President of India, sent waves of grief and sorrow among every citizen across the world. He was a great soul, who dedicated his entire life for the welfare of his motherland. In order to pay reverence to the great son of India, the students of CT Public School rose to the occasion and observed 'Black Ribbon Day.'
Students participated in an activity which involved the students of classes VII to X. They designed posters, made collages and framed beautiful captions to express their grief at thiscolossal loss. A two-minute silence was observed by everyone in the school campus praying for the noble soul to rest in peace.
S. Charanjit Singh Channi (Chairman, CT Group of Institutions) extolled the great achievements of the Missile Man and exhorted the students to tread on the trail left behind by the great leader. He added that Dr. Kalam's departure has left a great void in the country which would be hard to fill. Let’s make our India, the biggest, healthiest and the most prosperous country by 2020 ! Let’s make his Vision come true, he added.

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