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The lower court had awarded seven-year imprisonment to Sidhu

HC suspends sentence of Ravi Sidhu, grants him bail in PPSC cash-for-job scam

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Chandigarh, August,27,2015 ( Courtesy HT ):The Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday suspended the sentence of former Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) chairman Ravinderpal Singh 'Ravi' Sidhu in the 2002 cash-for-job scam and also granted h....
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Chandigarh, August,27,2015 ( Courtesy HT ):The Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday suspended the sentence of former Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) chairman Ravinderpal Singh 'Ravi' Sidhu in the 2002 cash-for-job scam and also granted him bail.
The decision came from the single judge bench of justice Fateh Deep Singh on the petition of Sidhu, who had moved the high court seeking suspension of the sentence and the grant of bail in the 2002 scam. Sidhu had argued that the sentence given to a similarly placed co-accused had been suspended; besides, he had already served about two years and five months of the total awarded sentence of seven years.
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Golden Jubilee Commemoration (1965 War)

Desert Safari (Gypsy Rally) Visits Wagah Border to Commemorate 1965 War

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Attari (Amritsar) :August 27,2015 : As part of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of 1965 War, Desert Safari (Gypsy Rally) team reached Wagah Border, Amritsar today. The team members enjoyed the show of Beating Retreat Ceremony and interacted with....
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Attari (Amritsar) :August 27,2015 : As part of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of 1965 War, Desert Safari (Gypsy Rally) team reached Wagah Border, Amritsar today. The team members enjoyed the show of Beating Retreat Ceremony and interacted with the audience during the flag lowering ceremony.
The team Leader of the rally provided an insight to the audience on 1965 operations and shared the gallantry acts of the Heroes of the Nation. The interaction aimed to benefit in shaping the hearts and minds of the youth of the region and will go a long way in enhancing awareness amongst youth about rich heritage and traditions of the great Indian Army.
The Safari further to be flagged off from Khasa Military Station on 28 Aug by General Officer Commanding Panther Division and is headed towards Samba which is the next stopover.
A Desert Safari (Gypsy Rally) has been undertaken by Mathura based Strike 1 on behalf of the Sapta Shakti Command from 16 to 28 August 2015 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of 1965 Indo-Pak War. The Desert Safari has commenced from Varanasi on 16 August 2015. The Derest Safari will finally terminate at New Delhi after traversing about 3500 Km through UP, Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana .
This year marks the Golden Jubilee of Indo-Pak War of 1965 in which most of the action was witnessed along the Western borders. The aim of the Desert Safari is to honour and memorialize the heroes of the Nation who had made supreme sacrifice during the Indo-Pak War of 1965 and also to foster spirit of adventure, team work and camaraderie. The Desert Safari Team paid homage and respect to the martyrs of 1965 War at various War Memorials in the respective formations. The Desert Safari Team also interacted with the students and local youth at schools/colleges enroute to showcase the achievements of the Indian Army during the 1965 War and motivate the youth to join Indian Army.
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Insulting of PCMSA representative in the presence of Civil Surgeon

Government doctors at Moga call off strike for 28th August after Superintendent’s transfer

Civil Surgeon Ferozepur to submit inquiry report within 21 days

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Moga, August 27, 2015 : The government doctors in Moga called off their one day strike following the transfer of Superintendent of civil surgeon office Moga on Thursday.

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Moga, August 27, 2015 : The government doctors in Moga called off their one day strike following the transfer of Superintendent of civil surgeon office Moga on Thursday.

Jagjit Singh, superintendent of civil surgeon Moga, has been transferred to Ludhiana while enquiry has been marked to civil surgeon Ferozpur.

The doctors of the district under the banner of Punjab Civil Medical Services Association (PCMSA) had announced a one day strike for August 28 in a press release emailed to media persons today afternoon but reversed the decision later in the evening following the transfer orders of the superintendent.

The PCMSA had announced to shut OPD services across the district including all blocks and district hospital but exempted emergency services.

In a revised press release sent to media persons via email, the Punjab Civil Medical Services association (PCMSA) called off the strike. Earlier during the day, the PCMSA alleged that the state government had taken no action against the erring superintendent of the civil surgeon office Jagjit Singh. The PCMSA had emailed a complaint to Principal Secretary, Health & Family Welfare Punjab Winni Mahajan on August 21.

“We had served an ultimatum to the health secretary for today but the state government took no action against Jagjit Singh till afternoon and we announced a strike for tomorrow but the transfer orders of Jagjit Singh were received by the civil surgeon on his email in the evening, hence we called off the strike”, Dr Gagan Deep Singh, president district body of the PCMSA said.

“Jagjit Singh had insulted office bearers of the PCMSA when they were holding a meeting with civil surgeon Moga on August 21, and he had even dared the senior doctors to have face to face fight with him. We had emailed the complaint while Civil surgeon Moga Dr Renu Mangla also recommended action against Jagjit Singh”, he added.

According to the orders of director Health and Family Welfare Punjab Dr Bhag Mall, Superintendent Jagjit Singh has been transferred on the vacant post of superintendent of civil surgeon Ludhiana. In a separate order, Dr Bhag Mall has marked an enquiry to civil surgeon Ferozpur Dr Pardeep Chawla and asked him to submit the enquiry report within 21 days of the orders.

Earlier on August 21, in the complaint letter emailed to the Principal Secretary health department Winni Mahajan, the body had alleged that a superintendent of civil surgeon office Moga Jagjit Singh insulted representatives of PCMSA in front of civil surgeon Moga Dr Renu Mangla when the body was raising doctors’ concerns over Emergency duties of specialist doctors and having no facility of transport for field tours for the doctors during a meeting with civil surgeon Moga.

“Superintendent Jagjit Singh deliberately blamed the doctors that they were not willing to work and their attitude towards the government duties was too lethargic. He even threatened the doctors of dire consequences and also dared them to have face to face fight outside the civil surgeon office”, Dr. Indervir Singh Gill, senior vice president of PCMSA alleged.

It is pertinent to mention here that superintendent Jagjit Singh was transferred from Moga district few years ago in a similar case and then civil surgeon Moga Dr Amarjit Singh had written DO letter to the government against him in December 2011.

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Engages 52 industrial units to cater the needs of Ludhiana Industry

Amritsar takes a leap in Skill Development Mission- Ravi Bhagat

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Amritsar, August 27 - border district today took a leap in Skill Development mission by introducing a Special Skill Development Center at the remote village of Chogawan besides engaging 52 Ludhiana based clothing industrial units to ensure direct placement of girls and boys belonging to border areas....
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Amritsar, August 27 - border district today took a leap in Skill Development mission by introducing a Special Skill Development Center at the remote village of Chogawan besides engaging 52 Ludhiana based clothing industrial units to ensure direct placement of girls and boys belonging to border areas.

Under Border Area Skill Development Program the Amritsar administration in association with North India Technical Consultancy Organisation (NITCON) has set a target to provide a skilled force of 1932 youngsters to clothing ventures at Ludhiana and they all will get confirmed placements in those industries after completion of their skill development courses.
Inaugurating the state of the art Advance Cutting and Tailoring Center at Chogawan village, Chairman District Planning committee Mr. Veer Singh Lopoke accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Mr. Ravi Bhagat said that the fixed target will be accomplished by March 2016. He said that till date 509 under matriculation and senior secondary youngsters have scripted their success stories by becoming self-employed. He said that this campaign will soon take a tremendous pace and the Amritsar district will excel in skill development under border area skill development program.

Giving details about the center Deputy Commissioner Mr. Ravi Bhagat while talking to media persons said that it was first of its own kind center in border areas of state having Japanese machines. He said that the 52 Ludhiana based clothing industrial units have agreed to provide direct placements to skilled trainees of this center. He said that the center will run three months Skill Development Courses in advanced cutting and tailoring to cater the needs of Ludhiana garment industries. He said that the 509 youngsters have started their own ventures after becoming skilled in various streams including cutting and tailoring, fashion designing, beauty culture, mobile repairs, inverter and stablisers repairs, electrical motor winding, computer etc.

Mr. Ravi Bhagat said that this initiative of setting up skill development centers will give a further fillip to economic growth of three border blocks of district namely Chogawan, Ajnala and Attari. He said that it was the foremost mission of Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal to make unemployed youth of Border Area self-employed or ensure placements for them after making them skilled with latest technology and markets needs. He said that after Ludhiana the talks were on with various companies to get these skilled youth employed at Jalandhar and Amritsar too.

Briefing about the infrastructure build at this center Mr. Bhagat said that there were 26 Japanese machines have been installed at a cost of Rs. 13 lakhs.

Meanwhile Mr. Ravi Bhagat also announced that the Amritsar city will soon have world class Skill Development Center and Health Development Center. He said that the proposed Skill Development Center will enable 2000 trainees fully skilled with as per the modern market needs. He also informed that Health Development Center will also create a platform for under matriculation girls and boys to make them fully trained in healthcare sector.
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Khattar condoles the deimse of Ramkumar and Khem Chand Deswal

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Chandigarh, August 27 – Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal has expressed grief over the passing away of former Joint Director of Haryana Information, Public Relations and Cultural Affairs Department, Mr Ram Kumar and Mr Khem Chand Deswal, father of Mr Deepender Deswal, who is a Senior Correspon....
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Chandigarh, August 27 – Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal has expressed grief over the passing away of former Joint Director of Haryana Information, Public Relations and Cultural Affairs Department, Mr Ram Kumar and Mr Khem Chand Deswal, father of Mr Deepender Deswal, who is a Senior Correspondent of The Tribune.
Mr Ram Kumar, 66, died in Faridabad. He is survived by his wife and two sons.
Mr Khem Chand, 81, had passed away at Jasor Kheri in district Jhajjar. He is survived by a son. Mr Khem Chand had served as a teacher and remained busy with social work.
In a condolence message issued here today, the Chief Minister conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the members of the bereaved family and prayed that the departed souls might rest in peace.
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Communication for Education and Development in collaboration with Indian Army held an Interactive session at Chandigarh Press Club, Sector 27

“Thank You Heroes” commemorates 50 years of the 1965 War

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Comfed (Communication for Education and Development) in collaboration with Indian Army held an Interactive session at Chandigarh Press Club, Sector 27 today. Commemorating The Heroes of 1965 war, comfed is running a 2 month long campaign “Thank You Heroes”. The 22-day war between India and ....
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Comfed (Communication for Education and Development) in collaboration with Indian Army held an Interactive session at Chandigarh Press Club, Sector 27 today. Commemorating The Heroes of 1965 war, comfed is running a 2 month long campaign “Thank You Heroes”. The 22-day war between India and Pakistan in 1965 took place in August -September and was mainly fought in Jammu and Kashmir as well as in Punjab.

However, many significant aspects of the war have either been forgotten or are not known to Indian citizens of today. But Nations cannot afford to forget history. Many lessons are learnt from such episodes in our journey since 1947 as an independent country.

Lt. Gen. Retired Deepinder Singh who participated in 1965 war as a young major said, “It is important to remember the 1965 war because it allowed us to come out of the humiliation of 1962 defeat and gave us confidence to win the 1971 war subsequently.”

One way to reinforce such memories is to constantly recall the exploits of our valiant soldiers, officers and thousands of men who fought in the 1965 war against all odds and won. It brings us closer to appreciating sacrifices of our war veterans and creates a strong wave of patriotism.

To commemorate this momentous event many activities have been planned by the Government of India as well as the Indian Military. So how should today’s generation recall the 1965 war between India and Pakistan? Who won? Who lost? Or was it a stalemate as most commentators have concluded?

To get the right answer, we must first define what constitutes a military victory? Capture of larger territory than what the enemy does? Killing of scores of soldiers? Is it all about massive destruction of the enemy’s military assets? Or does it constitute thwarting the enemy’s main objective?

There is no single definition but if one sought answers to all the above questions, there is only one conclusion: India won the war. Let’s look at the numbers first.

India’s victory or Pakistan’s loss?

According to official historians Prasad and Thapliyal, India captured 1920 sq km of Pakistani territory while losing control over 540 sq km of its own land. While 2,862 Indian soldiers were killed, Pakistan suffered 5,800 killed, according then Defence Minister YB Chavan’s statement in the Rajya Sabha (although Pakistan puts the figure of killed at 1,033).

The biggest loss for Pakistan was however the destruction of its much feared armour. Laced with the latest M-47 and M-48 Patton tanks, Pakistan’s 1 Armoured Division was seen to be an invincible force at the start of the war. By the time war ended on 22 September, the Pakistani armour, despite its superior tanks, was destroyed by the less fancied Indian tanks of World War II vintage and the indomitable infantry. Over 450 Pakistani tanks were either completely destroyed or captured by the Indian Army.

But more than mere statistics, it is instructive to look back and figure out if Pakistan could really achieve the objectives with which it initiated the war.

Remember, the first objective was to liberate Kashmir from Indian control. Operation Gibraltar was aimed at precisely that. Bhutto had prevailed over the military and forced it to adopt a plan that was premised on a faulty assumption that the Kashmiri people would rise up in revolt. The second wrong assumption was the mixed force of mujahids and regulars would be able to stand up to the Indian army’s counter-measure. The Kashmiris did not rebel and the Indian Army, despite its relatively low strength in the Kashmir valley managed to neutralise the infiltrators with substantial help from the locals. Pakistan’s first strategic objective thus stood defeated.

As many neutral observers noted in the immediate aftermath of the 22-day war, India was a clear victor: Dennis Kux in his India and the United States: Estranged democracies says: “Although both sides lost heavily in men and material, and neither gained a decisive military advantage, India had the better of the war. New Delhi achieved its basic goal of thwarting Pakistan's attempt to seize Kashmir by force. Pakistan gained nothing from a conflict which it had instigated.” English historian John Keay in his book "India: A History summed it up accurately: “The 1965 Indo-Pak war lasted barely a month. Pakistan made gains in the Rajasthan desert but its main push against India's Jammu-Srinagar road link was repulsed and Indian tanks advanced to within a sight of Lahore. Both sides claimed victory but India had most to celebrate.” Stanley Wolpert, the noted writer on the sub-continent’s history had this to say in his book India: “In three weeks the second Indo-Pak War ended in what appeared to be a draw when the embargo placed by Washington on U.S. ammunition and replacements for both armies forced cessation of conflict before either side won a clear victory. India, however, was in a position to inflict grave damage to, if not capture, Pakistan's capital of the Punjab when the cease-fire was called, and controlled Kashmir's strategic Uri-Poonch bulge, much to Ayub's chagrin.”
Fifty years after, it is clear that India not only thwarted the Pakistani designs but also inflicted unacceptable losses on the Pakistani military triggering many changes within that country’s politico-military structure. Today, even Ayub’s own son, Gauhar Ayub Khan admits the war should not have taken place. In an interview to Outlook, he claims: “It was a war which should not have taken place. It set Pakistan back and was also costly for India. It led from events in Kashmir which Pakistan considered would be contained there and not turn into an open conflict between the two countries. But when India attacked Lahore and other fronts, it led to a general war between India and Pakistan. Ayub Khan was not looking for a war with India...”

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Mass Contact Programme “Pind Jodo, Punjab Jodo” on 29th September from Chappar Mela Conference

AAP Kisan and Mazdoor Wing to launch Pind Jodo, Punjab Jodo

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Ludhiana, August 27, 2015: Aam Aadmi Party Kissaan and Mazdoor Wing (Punjab) will launch rural Mass Contact programme “Pind Jodo, Punjab Jodo” on 29thSeptember from Chappar Mela Conference near Ludhiana. This was disclosed today at a Press Confer....
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Ludhiana, August 27, 2015: Aam Aadmi Party Kissaan and Mazdoor Wing (Punjab) will launch rural Mass Contact programme “Pind Jodo, Punjab Jodo” on 29thSeptember from Chappar Mela Conference near Ludhiana. This was disclosed today at a Press Conference held in Ludhiana.
According to Capt. G. S. Kang, Punjab State Incharge of the AAP Kissan and Mazdoor Wing, “Members of the wing have been given responsibilities in all the 13 zones in the state for this purpose and the First leg of this campaign will be launched from Ludhiana and Fatehgarh Sahib constituencies and then the Programme will be launched in all 13 zones, the dates for which will be announced soon.”
Mr. Ahbaab Grewal, Gen. Secretary AAP Kissan and Mazdoor Wing said that All the 12000 plus villages of Punjab will be reached by AAP volunteers. He also told that a Separate wing for formulating agricultural policies for Rural development of rural economy has been formed and the Reports of which will be made public soon.

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Students participated with great enthusiasm and passion

Mata Gujri College organises Talent Hunt Competition

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Fatehgarh Sahib, August 27, 2015: Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib organized Talent Hunt Competition to explore the hidden talent of the students. On this occasion, Skit, Debate, Elocution, Western Song, Quiz, Song/Gazal, Folk Song, Poetical Recit....
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Fatehgarh Sahib, August 27, 2015: Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib organized Talent Hunt Competition to explore the hidden talent of the students. On this occasion, Skit, Debate, Elocution, Western Song, Quiz, Song/Gazal, Folk Song, Poetical Recitation, Rangoli, Clay Modeling, Collage Making competitions were organised in which the students participated with great enthusiasm and passion.
Addressing the students, Director Principal Dr. Jatinder Singh Sidhu said, “Students are the pillars of our society. Development of the society depends on the youth. They should participate in extracurricular activities for their overall Personality Development.” He congratulated to all the participants to make this event a successful gala. He also encouraged the students to be an active learner in their life and achieve their aim with dedication, determination and hard work.
Prof. Bikramjit Singh Sandhu, Head, P G Department of Commerce encouraged the students to move forward in right direction with positive thinking. On this occasion, Dr. Daljit Kaur Tiwana, Prof. Harsimrat Kaur Chahal, Prof. Taranpreet Kaur, Dr. Sukhpal Kaur, Prof. Pushpinder Singh and coach Mr. Verinder Singh were also present.

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Punjab CM Badal calls on Uma Bharti

Badal poses several irrigation projects worth Crores for early clearance from MoWR

Bats for Re-lining of Rajasthan & Sirhind feeders at a cost of Rs. 2125.69 Crore

Seeks relaxation in CADP norms to cover actual expenditure

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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: Urging the Union Minister for Water Resources (MoWR) Ms. Uma Bharti, the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today sought early clearance of various irrigation projects pending with the Ministry at different stages ....
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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: Urging the Union Minister for Water Resources (MoWR) Ms. Uma Bharti, the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today sought early clearance of various irrigation projects pending with the Ministry at different stages worth Rs. 2943.46 crore including the re-lining of Rajasthan and Sirhind feeders at a cost of Rs. 2125.69 crore.
Mr. Badal called on the Union Water Resources Minister here in her office here at Shram Shakti Bhawan on Wednesday evening.
Pleading for the expeditious clearance of various irrigation projects awaiting Ministry’s nod, Mr. Badal also posed a project of Swan River Flood Management worth Rs. 284.98 crore besides seeking funds to the tune of Rs. 161.04 crore for the execution of flood protection project under river management activities and water related to border areas. He also sought approval for the channelization of River Ghaggar by the Ghaggar Standing Committee involving a cost of Rs. 135.63 crore.
Likewise, the Chief Minister also asked the Ministry to immediately release the funds to the tune of Rs. 46.12 crore for carrying out flood protection works along River Beas under Flood Management Project. He also impressed upon Ms. Uma Bharti to give her nod to the project of channelization of Sakki/Kiran Nallah involving a cost of Rs. 190 crore so as to save the life and property of the people residing in border areas from the havoc caused during the floods in the rainy season.
The Chief Minister also asked the Ministry for relaxation in the existing conditions and guidelines issued by GoI which stipulated a cost ceiling of Rs. 835 per meter limited to 30 meter per hectare for construction of field channels under the Command Area Development Program (CADP). These conditions should be relaxed to encompass the actual expenditure as the said cost norms did not cover the expenses under CADP adding Mr. Badal emphasized the need to immediately enhance the cost norms fixed under this scheme from Rs. 25,050 to Rs. 40,000 per hectare for field channels in order to cover the entire complete command area under the project.
Responding positively to the issues raised by Mr. Badal in the meeting, Union Water Resources Minister assured that she would get the entire matter thoroughly examined by her Ministry before taking a final decision. She assured Mr. Badal that the requisite funds demanded by the state government under various projects and proposals pending with Ministry would be released shortly and also promised to get the current guidelines under CADP reviewed meticulously for relaxing these norms.
The Chief Minister was accompanied Member Parliament from Sri Anandpur Sahib Prof. Prem Singh Chandumajra, Special Principal Secretary to CM Mr. KJS Cheema and Secretary Irrigation Mr. KS Pannu.
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Launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Shriharikotta

GSLV-D6 successfully launched by ISRO

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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: The Indian Space Research Organization ISRO successfully launched Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle GSLV-D6 and injected the communication satellite GSAT-6 into its intended transfer orbit. The all-Indian version of....
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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: The Indian Space Research Organization ISRO successfully launched Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle GSLV-D6 and injected the communication satellite GSAT-6 into its intended transfer orbit. The all-Indian version of the GSLV rocket had the indigenously made Cryogenic Upper Stage, marking India’s success in mastering the highly complex technology. The launch vehicle lifted off at 16:52 hours from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikotta, some 90 km north of Chennai on the East Coast.
Media reports that it injected the satellite carrying S-Band transponders meant for strategic purposes within 17 minutes and four seconds in the intended geosynchronous transfer orbit. The mission life of the satellite GSAT-6 weighing 2117 kg is nine years. The current version of the GSLV is capable of launching satellites weighing up to two tonnes into geostationary orbits. This is the second continuous successful GSLV mission using India’s own cryogenic engine, out of the three development flights held so far using it.

AIR correspondent reports that the Indian space agency has made a remarkable achievement with the successful flight of the GSLV-D6 using its own cryogenic upper stage, placing its communication satellite GSAT-6 in the intended oval-shaped transfer orbit with text-book precision. This success validates India’s expertise in mastering the complex cryogenic technology which has so far been in the exclusive domain of just a few countries.

Another highlight of this mission is the S-Band Unfurlable Antenna of 6 m diameter in GSAT-6, which is the largest ever to be deployed in India’s communication satellites. This successful GSLV mission takes India many steps ahead in realizing its dream of attaining self sufficiency in all kinds of satellite launches, including the heavier ones.

Meanwhile Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated scientists of the Indian Space Research Organisation for the successful launch of GSAT-6. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, it is a phenomenal accomplishment by the space scientists of the country.....
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We have won the case from Supreme Court and file contempt case : Akali leader

Akali leader including 5 family members booked for capturing School

As per revenue record, the land of school building belongs to Central Government

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Ferozepur, August 27, 2015: On the complaint of District Education officer (Elementary) and investigation by SDM and police official, a case against senior Akali leader and five members of his family have been booked for fictitious registry, forgery in government record and forcibly capturing of ab....
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Ferozepur, August 27, 2015: On the complaint of District Education officer (Elementary) and investigation by SDM and police official, a case against senior Akali leader and five members of his family have been booked for fictitious registry, forgery in government record and forcibly capturing of about 120 year old Govt. Primary School popularly known as Jubilee School.

The six persons booked under Sections 420, 465,467,468, 471 and 120-B of IPC in FIR No.178 dated 26.8.15 are Harbans Singh, Gursewak Singh, Gurwinder Singh, Gurbaksh Singh, Arman Singh, Pushpinder Kaur resident of Adarsh Nagar, Ferozepur City.

As per the information, no arrest has so far been made in this case.

District Education Officer in his complaint to the police has stated that the original owner of more than century old building situated on 2 kanal land, is Central Government.

The Akali leader figured in the case registered by the police stated that he has won the case from lower court and Supreme Court but according to the complaint and investigation by the police, the documents presented by the alleged accused are not authentic as according to the revenue department the land belongs to central government and it cannot be transferred in anyone’s name. The DEO has leveled the allegations of connivance of certain officials of revenue department.

In the complaint, it has also been alleged that the Khasra numbers of school building and as mentioned in the court case does not tally with the record of the Municipal Committee.

On asking about the reference of Supreme Court given by the Akali leader, the police official said, the alleged accused have filed the case by attaching the documents of some other place.
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Says Koreans and Punjabis share the traits of hard work and resilience

Sukhbir Badal to lead high level delegation to Korea tomorrow

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Chandigarh, August 27 - In pursuance of his agenda to accelerate industrial growth in the state, the Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal is leading a high level State delegation to Korea tomorrow to impress upon the top honchos of Korean to invest in the state.

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Chandigarh, August 27 - In pursuance of his agenda to accelerate industrial growth in the state, the Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal is leading a high level State delegation to Korea tomorrow to impress upon the top honchos of Korean to invest in the state.

During his five days visit to South Korea, the Deputy Chief Minister, accompanied by a delegation of top state officers, would showcase Punjab as the most suitable investment destination for investment. He will also present the strides achieved by the State vis a vis ease of doing business and also the new innovative fiscal incentives available for new investors.

As a part of his itinerary, the Deputy Chief Minister is scheduled to have hectic parleys with business giants especially from the field of electronics, dairy, skill training, infrastructure development, transport, smart cities and environment.

Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal would also meet key business organizations of South Korea like Samsung electronics to call upon them for invest in Punjab. During a meeting with a Korean delegation in the presence of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy CM here last week, Vice President Samsung Electronics Kyoung Soo Kim had evinced keen interest in biometric technology and offered to explore smart city and biometrics project collaboration in the state.

On August 31, Deputy CM would also visit Maeil Dairies factory and Integrated Operation Center at Songdo Smart City. Likewise he would attend business seminars and meetings with industry giants besides visiting Samsung electronics the next day. Similarly on September 2 he would visit KDI Sejong and hold meetings at Seoul.

The Deputy CM said there was tremendous potential of business tie up between Korea and Punjab adding that focus of his visit would be to ensure that more and more investment was firmed up for the state. Recalling the age old ties between Punjab and South Korea, Mr. Badal said that thousands of years ago a Korean king had married an Indian princess due to which Koreans accord high esteem to Indians especially Punjabis. Mr Badal said this string between both Seoul and Punjab needed to be revived through people to people contact and promotion of trade and commerce.

He further said that hard work and resilience was the basic qualities, which both the Punjabis and Koreans have in common. “I firmly believe that Koreans and Punjabis have many things in common and they will certainly feel like home whenever they come to Punjab” he added.



Among others accompanying the delegation included Mr. N. K. Sharma, Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Mr. Jangveer Singh, Media advisor to Deputy CM, Mr. Vishwajit Khanna, Principal Secretary Housing, Mr. Anirudh Tewari, CEO Punjab Bureau of Investment Promotion, Mr. P.S. Aujla, Principal Secretary to Deputy CM and Mr. Rahul Tewari, Special Principal Secretary to Deputy CM.....
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Modi should have given a thought before committing to the brave soldiers of the Country

Bajwa requests Prime Minister for kind intervention to implement OROP

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Pleading for the intervention by President Pranab Mukherjee for the implementation of one-rank-one-pension, the Punjab Congress President Mr Partap Singh Bajwa today said the Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi should deliver or quit.

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Pleading for the intervention by President Pranab Mukherjee for the implementation of one-rank-one-pension, the Punjab Congress President Mr Partap Singh Bajwa today said the Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi should deliver or quit.

In a letter to Mr Mukherjee, the PPCC chief said, “Please give the benefit of your sage advice to the prime minister. The time for looking at figures, accounts and planning finances is before a decision is taken and not after. Now is the time for him to make good on his oft-repeated promises and proud boasts so loudly trumpeted from the rooftops. He must deliver the goods or make way for someone better suited than him to take charge of the business of government”.

He appealed to the President to use his good offices as head of the Indian state and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces to get the government and the Prime Minister to implement One Rank One Pension for veterans of the defence services without any delay.

He said the situation was now critical as thousands of veterans have been peacefully taking part in the relay hunger strike being organized at Jantar Mantar as part of their struggle. Four of them were now on fast unto death. Colonel Pushpinder Singh, one of the hunger strikers was now admitted in the intensive care unit of the Army’s Research and Referral Hospital. The others were only in marginally better shape health-wise. Every day hundreds of supporters and admirers of the gallant defenders of our freedom were thronging the venue of the protests.

He said people of the country were highly agitated especially after the totally insensitive attempt by the Delhi Police acting on the government’s orders to remove the veterans from the scene leading to their being manhandled. He expressed shock at the treatment meted out to the defenders of the nation saying this was utterly shameful. He appealed to the President to intervene before this insensitive, uncaring government allowed a casualty to take place.

Lambasting the government for trying to take refuge behind a smokescreen of ‘technicalities and complications’, he expressed the apprehension that given the nature of the warm relationship and strong bonds between ex-servicemen and serving soldiers, how long before the morale of the latter was hit on seeing the shabby way their grandfathers, fathers, uncles, brothers and erstwhile colleagues were being treated? In the volatile situation that prevailed on our frontiers, India and it’s people could not risk such a state of affairs brought about by a visionless, blinkered, unfeeling government that had failed to care about the promises.....
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Sukhbir Badal congratulates SOI for clean sweep victory in PU polls

SOI to contest students' union elections in Delhi University-Sukhbir

Victory depicts youth’s faith in SAD policies

Majithia asks the student leaders to enroll membership

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Shiromani Akali Dal president and Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal, today congratulated the young leaders of Student Organisation of India (SOI), the student wing of party, for registering clean sweep ....
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Shiromani Akali Dal president and Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal, today congratulated the young leaders of Student Organisation of India (SOI), the student wing of party, for registering clean sweep victory in the Panjab University Students Council elections held yesterday.
Complementing presidential candidate of SOI Jasmeen Kang for winning with huge margins thereby creating history in university students polls, Mr Badal announced that SOI would contest students' union elections in the Delhi University also.
Mr. Badal said record victory of SOI led alliance panel on all four posts of students council by defeating its opponents, especially incumbent NSUI, the youth wing of the Congress, have once again proved that youth of the state has its full faith in the policies and programs of Shiromani Akali Dal.
Shiromani Akali Dal President also felicitated SOI coordinator Parambans Singh Bunty Romana for his efforts to lead the election campaign and instilling new zeal and passion in the young brigade of the party. Mr. Badal asked the student wing to take this success not as a victory but a chance to work for the welfare of students.
Present on the occasion Patron Youth Akali Dal and Cabinet Minister Mr Bikram Singh Majithia also passed on good wishes to the SOI led alliance winners and asked the student leaders to enroll membership and strengthen base in state. He also advised to play an important role in creating awareness about social problems and come up with solutions for the challenges being faced by the students and youth of Punjab.

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1786 KMs of Guru Gobind Marg linking Sri Anandpur Sahib-Talwandi Sabo-Nanded

Badal meets Gadkari: Request to declares Guru Gobind Marg as National Highway

Seeks four Lanning of remainder 1775 KMs on this route

Gadkari assures Badal to declare it as National Highway immediately after finalizing alignment

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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today urged the Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways Mr. Nitin Gadkari to immediately declare the balance 1786.12 Kms of Guru Gobind Marg linking Sri Anandpur Sahib-Talwandi....
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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today urged the Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways Mr. Nitin Gadkari to immediately declare the balance 1786.12 Kms of Guru Gobind Marg linking Sri Anandpur Sahib-Talwandi Sabo-Nanded as National Highway besides undertaking four lanning of the remainder 1775 Kms of this route on the priority.
The Chief Minister raised this issue with Mr. Gadkari during a meeting here at latter’s official residence this evening.
Taking part in the deliberations, the Chief Minister apprised Mr. Gadkari that tenth master of the Sikhs Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji undertook his last journey from Sri Anandpur Sahib to Talwandi Sabo and finally to Nanded in Maharashtra. He said the state government had already finalized the entire route of Guru Gobind Singh Marg after intense discussions and consultations with the eminent historians and Sikh Scholars and subsequently a high level team of officers travelled on the agreed routes in 2007 and then 2014.
On the national map, the road stretches from Sri Anandpur Sahib to Takhat Sri Dam Dama Sahib (Talwandi Sabo) in Punjab and then on to Takhat Sri Hazur Sahib (Nanded) in Maharastra having a total length of 3080 Kms. Of which, a portion of 605 Kms of this route falls in Punjab, 1123 Kms in Rajasthan, 164 Kms falls in Haryana, 630 Kms in Madhya Pradesh, 363 Kms in Maharashtra, 18 Kms in Delhi and 177 Kms of this rout falls in Uttar Pardesh.
The Chief Minister informed Mr. Gadkari that 1294.35 Kms of this route had already been declared as National Highway and thus requested him to declare the remaining portion of 1786.12 Kms as National Highway. Likewise, 1305 Kms of this route was already four lanned and the balance portion of 1775 Kms of the road was required to be four lanned.
Concluding the discussions, Mr. Gadkari assured the Chief Minister that he would soon convene a joint meeting of the officers from his Ministry and other concerned states for a presentation on the alignment of this route traversing across these seven states. Mr. Gadkari told the Chief Minister that soon after the finalization of alignment, he would get the work started on the said route.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by his Special Principal Secretary Mr. Gaggandip Singh Brar, Additional Chief Secretary PWD (B&R) Mr. NS Kalsi and Member National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) Mr. Satish Chandra. ....
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Ambassador Appointment

Rajeev Kumar to be next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Senegal

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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: Rajeev Kumar (IFS: 2001), presently DCM in Embassy of India, Brasilia has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Senegal. He is expected to take up his assignment shortly.....
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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: Rajeev Kumar (IFS: 2001), presently DCM in Embassy of India, Brasilia has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Senegal. He is expected to take up his assignment shortly.....
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PIT welcomes new students’ 15-16 batch

PIT’s objective is to give importance to research: Dr. AP Singh

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Jalandhar, August 27, 2015: Punjab Institute of Technology (PIT) organized a welcome event for all the new students of 2015-16 session. Students of various streams like M. Tech-Computer Science & ECE & M.Sc- Physics, Chemistry, Mass Communication and M. Phil students were given a warm welcome by the....
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Jalandhar, August 27, 2015: Punjab Institute of Technology (PIT) organized a welcome event for all the new students of 2015-16 session. Students of various streams like M. Tech-Computer Science & ECE & M.Sc- Physics, Chemistry, Mass Communication and M. Phil students were given a warm welcome by the entire team of PIT Kapurthala.

Dr. Anirudh Pratap Singh Director (PIT-Kapurthala) graced the occasion and inspired the students to have a high-end goal in life and remain connected to their roots. He said, "We in PIT believe in research oriented approach towards teaching and for the same purpose we have established laboratories for research in Physics, Chemistry and Food Technology. Here our target will be to give more importance to research oriented projects, rather than limiting students to bookish knowledge.”

Dr. Rajneesh Kant Sachdev Administrative Head to PIT-K ensured students to provide best of the facilities to facilitate the students to gain knowledge.

The event was hosted by Mr. Saurabh Sharma Assistant Registrar of IKG- PTU who also motivated the students to garner the knowledge from various sources for their holistic development which is need of the industry and society.

In addition to above, all the HODs of various departments and all faculty members of the Institute were also present.
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CAMPA had been created by the Supreme Court by Order dated 29th/30th October 2002

Javadekar Launches E-Payment Module for Deposit of Compensatory levies into CAMPA Funds

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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: The Government today launched an e-payment module, with an objective to make the payment of compensatory levies receivable in lieu of diversion of forest land quicker and more transparent. Launching the e-payment module he....
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New Delhi, August 27, 2015: The Government today launched an e-payment module, with an objective to make the payment of compensatory levies receivable in lieu of diversion of forest land quicker and more transparent. Launching the e-payment module here today, Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Prakash Javadekar, said that the module will end delays in the deposit of compensatory levies. The Minister said that technology must be used to the advantage of all and that the Government’s endeavour has been to simplify administrative procedures, without compromising on environmental safeguards.

The payment through the e-payment module has to be made to the designated account, depending on the State in which the forest land, proposed to be diverted, is located. The deposit of compensatory levies through the e-portal will be optional till August 31, 2015. However, the payment of compensatory levies by User Agencies will be accepted only through the e-module from September 1, 2015. With the activation of the e-payment portal, no payments will be accepted other than through the portal, unless specifically ordered by Ad-hoc CAMPA. Initially, payments will be permitted through two modes – online challan mode through RTGS and NEFT and offline challan mode.

The CAMPA had been created by the Supreme Court by Order dated 29th/30th October 2002. Based on the decisions taken in the Ad-hoc CAMPA, the procedure of per-verification of credits in the State-wise accounts of the Ad-hoc CAMPA had been in operation. Before Stage II (final approval) under Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980, Ad-hoc CAMPA is first required to certify whether the compensatory levies have been credited to the respective accounts. Till now, the verification of receipt of compensatory levies in the Ad-hoc CAMPA has been done manually, involving various steps and is a time-taking process. The launch of e-payment module will end such delays.
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BJP MP Avinash Rai Khanna a leader, who knows the way, goes the way & shows the way.

Avinash Rai Khanna scores a point, utilizes the MPLAD funds for a dignified cause

One of its kind new initiative, gets insured mothers of girl students of 6 schools

SSP Mrs Dhanpreet Kaur and Mrs Meenakshi Khanna participates in functions

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Hoshiarpur: August 27, 2015: In one of its kind new initiative, Mr Avinash Rai Khanna MP who is national vice president of BJP has utilised his MPLAD funds for a dynamic and useful purpose. A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. Mr Avinash Rai Khanna has proved this poin....
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Hoshiarpur: August 27, 2015: In one of its kind new initiative, Mr Avinash Rai Khanna MP who is national vice president of BJP has utilised his MPLAD funds for a dynamic and useful purpose. A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. Mr Avinash Rai Khanna has proved this point and scored a point.

Mr Khanna got insured the mothers of the girl students of 6 government schools from his discretionary funds. It is first time in the state that the MPLAD funds have been utilised for such a kind of dignified cause. This innovative programme was organised in different functions held at different various places. Mrs Dhanpreet Kaur Randhawa SSP and Mrs Meenakshi Khanna wife of Mr Khanna were special guests in these functions.

Speaking with babushahi news, Mr Khanna said “It is the earnest desire of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi that each one should be covered and insured under the Pradhan Mantri Beema Yojna. To fulfil this dream of our Prime Minister, I have adopted 6 government schools where the mothers of all the girl students have been insured under the PM Beema Yojna from my discretionary funds”.

Mr Avinash Rai Khanna further disclosed that “I have chosen my own village Jejon and ward no 5 of the Garhshankar Nagar council where all the women residents has been insured and covered under this scheme”. I am also planning to get insured around 1400 women inhabitants of village “Adamwal” which has been adopted as Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna by me” added Mr Khanna.

Mr Khanna said “under the Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY), all savings bank account holders in the age of 18 to 70 years will be entitled to join this scheme. In case you have multiple savings accounts in one or different bank then the person is eligible to buy this product only through one savings account”. People should come forward and get benefit from these schemes said Mr Khanna.
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Appointment was made by BJP National Vice-President & Election Officer of party Avinash Rai Khanna

Prof. Rajinder Bhandari appointed election officer for Punjab BJP Organizational Polls

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Former state BJP chief and vice-president of Punjab Planning Board, Prof. Rajinder Bhandari has been appointed as the election officer of the BJP to conduct organizational polls in Punjab. The declaration of Bhandari’s ....
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Former state BJP chief and vice-president of Punjab Planning Board, Prof. Rajinder Bhandari has been appointed as the election officer of the BJP to conduct organizational polls in Punjab. The declaration of Bhandari’s appointment was made by BJP National Vice-President & Election Officer of the party Avinash Rai Khanna (MP). Organization polls in the state are due in next few months.
State BJP chief Kamal Sharma has congratulated Bhandari over his appointment.
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He was World Renowned botanist & emeritus Professor of Punjabi University, Patiala

PU Professor bereaved: Father Dr. S S Bir passes away

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Chandigarh August 27, 2015: World renowned botanist and Emeritus Professor, Punjabi University, Patiala, Dr.S.S. Bir passed away yesterday morning at Patiala.
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Chandigarh August 27, 2015: World renowned botanist and Emeritus Professor, Punjabi University, Patiala, Dr.S.S. Bir passed away yesterday morning at Patiala.
Former Emeritus Scientist at CSIR, Dr Bir was 86 and is survived by his wife, daughter Prof Upinder Sawhney and son. Prof Upinder is Professor of Economics at PU.
Dr Bir was the founder head of the Department of Botany at Punjabi University. He had made significant contributions to the subject with more than 300 research papers and over 22 books to his credit. He completed his last book at the age of 83. He was the only Fellow of Indian National Science Academy (FNA) from Punjabi University since its inception. He was also a Fellow Linnean Society, London besides several other academic bodies. At least 20 plants were named after him by fellow botanists from abroad.
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Details available on University’s website http://results.puchd.ac.in/.

Panjab University Chandigarh declares various results

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Panjab University (PU), Chandigarh has announced the results of various courses today.
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Panjab University (PU), Chandigarh has announced the results of various courses today.
This was stated by the spokesperson of the Punjab University,by way of an email message. Detailing about various courses he said the resuly of Advanced Diploma Course in Chinese/Russian/Urdu/German/French; Diploma Course in Chinese/Russian/Urdu/German/French; Certificate Course in
Chinese/Russian/Urdu/German/French; PG Diploma in Cyber Crime- 2nd Semester; MA Public Admn- 1st Semester (Re-Evaluation); B.Com. LL.B (Hons.)- 2nd Semester; B.Sc. (H.S) Physics & Electronics- 4th Semester; M.Sc. (Forensic Sc. & Criminology)- 4th Semester; M.Sc. (H.S) Bio-Tech- 1st Semester Special Exam; M.Sc. (H.S) Bio-Tech- 3rd Semester Special Exam; B.Sc. (H.S) Botany- 3rd Semester Special Exams; MA- 4th Semester (Buddhist & Tibetan Studies); M.Sc (Instrumentation)- 2nd Semester and M.A. Ancient Indian History Culture & Archeology- 4th Semester.

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Alleged that Akali Dal, BJP & Congress has taken undue advantage of this illegal ban

Lift illegal ban imposed since 1984 on student's polls in Punjab- Dal Khalsa

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: In the backdrop of Shiromani Akali Dal's success in Punjab University students’ elections, the Dal Khalsa today demanded that illegal ban imposed since 1984 on student's politics in Universities and colleges of Punjab should be removed immediately.

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: In the backdrop of Shiromani Akali Dal's success in Punjab University students’ elections, the Dal Khalsa today demanded that illegal ban imposed since 1984 on student's politics in Universities and colleges of Punjab should be removed immediately.

Notably since the beginning of Sikh struggle in the state, there has been hardly any systematic students polls in Punjab's universities.

Taking a dig at Shiromani Akali Dal led Punjab government for not initiating any move to lift the ban on student's politics in GNDU, Punjabi university, PAU etc, party's spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said under the garb of
the uprising in Punjab, the then government imposed unofficial and verbal ban on student's polls in the educational institutions and this ban has been carried on by successive governments. At that time, Punjab was mostly under Governor rule and the state machinery deliberately put restrictions on students polls in order to block the growth of Sikh Students Federation in educational institutions.

Terming it Akali Dal's double standards, he said Akali Dal's students wing SOI has won Panjab University students’ elections and now they were eyeing on Delhi University poll, but ironically, back in the state they had been continuing with blanket ban on polls in Punjab's universities. He asked the Punjab Chief Minister to give statement and clear the mess on the subject.

“As reports indicates, Akali Dal is gearing up to make inroads in student's rank and file in Chandigarh and outside state but unfortunately they had deprived Punjab students the same right and opportunity” said he. The youth of Punjab too needs an equal oppurtunity to groom, to learn and start their career during student life.

He alleged that the Akali Dal, BJP and Congress has taken undue advantage of this illegal ban and had groomed and brought forth their own sons and relatives in politics.

He said the ban in Punjab's colleges were illegal as it was not done according to the law of the land. He said under political pressure the management's of Universities and colleges had been blindly following unwritten directives of the state.

He said they might move to the court if the government of the day would not allow the space and opportunity to Punjab youth to get engaged in student's politics in state run educational institutions.
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Dr. Cheema extends greetings & hands over flag with ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Parhao’ slogan

Japneet Kaur from Mohali selected to be part of team to scale MT. Everest

Honour to be the sole Indian Female amongst the 12 member World Team

Leaves for Russia to join the Training Camp

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Mohali, August 27, 2015: Japneet Kaur from Mohali is the sole Indian female amongst the 12 member world team for the expedition to Mt. Everest, world’s highest peak. The team has another Indian member, Rahul Kumar from Chattisgarh. The expedition i....
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Mohali, August 27, 2015: Japneet Kaur from Mohali is the sole Indian female amongst the 12 member world team for the expedition to Mt. Everest, world’s highest peak. The team has another Indian member, Rahul Kumar from Chattisgarh. The expedition is slated for the year 2016 but prior to it, as a part of the training the team will scale Mt. Elbrus, the highest peak of Europe. The training camp for the same is being organised in Russia from September4 to September22.
The Education Minister of Punjab Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema and the former Union Minister Mr. Balwant Singh Ramoowalia today bade good bye to the brave Punjabi girl leaving for the training camp with the best wishes from all Punjabis and handed her the National Flag as well as the flag having the slogan ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Parhao’.
Overwhelmed with patriotic emotions, Japneet said that on conquering the Everest, she’ll hoist both the flags at the peak and prove to the world the power of Indian youth as well as give a message of women empowerment.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Cheema said that it is indeed a matter of pride not only for Punjab but entire India that amongst the 12 member team for the expedition to Mt. Everest, the only Indian girl to qualify belongs to Mohali. Congratulating Japneet and extending best wishes to her, Dr. Cheema said that she is a source of inspiration for the nation especially the girls and appreciated her conviction to hoist the flag with Beti Bachao, Beti Parhao’ slogan on the world’s highest peak along with the National Flag. It may be recollected that Japneet had earlier scaled Bhagirath-3.

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Badal must break his silence over Corrupt Agriculture officials, who allowed sale of low standard insecticides or BT Cotton Seeds: Sunil Jakhar

Take Action against Corrupt officials besides Special Girdawari: Jakhar to CM

Advised officials not to bear political pressure in preparing of Girdawari Reports of all Malwa Cotton Growers

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: A day after the announcement of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal about the special Girdawari for the assessment of damage of crops by whitefly, the leader of opposition Sunil Jakhar reminded the chief minister to take s....
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: A day after the announcement of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal about the special Girdawari for the assessment of damage of crops by whitefly, the leader of opposition Sunil Jakhar reminded the chief minister to take some strict action against the corrupt officials of Agriculture department besides this special Girdawari. He said that CM must take action against the high level officials, who had allowed sale of low standard insecticides or BT Cotton seeds.

He also pointed about the scam in the sale or purchase of subsidized insecticides. He said that due to the negligence of the corrupt officials, thousands of Malwa cotton grows could not save his crops from the attack of whitefly.

He also slammed the ruling Government of SAD-BJP for not handling the farmers concerns seriously and also providing the benefits to the only those farmers, who are politically more close to their political parties. He also advised to the officials of agriculture department not to bear any political pressure from the ruling party, so that every farmer, who has lost his crops, could get compensation immediately. He also slammed the state Government for not providing any compensation to the farmers for the loss of their crops, which was damaged in the months of February and March.....
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Nabbed red handed while accepting Rs. 50,000

Punjab VB nabs Sham Lal Kamboj Fire Safety Officer Mohali while accepting bribe

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Chandigarh/Mohali, August 28, 2015: The Vigilance Bureau has today nabbed Fire Safety Officer of Mohali, Sham Lal Kamboj red handed while accepting bribe of Rs. 50,000.
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Chandigarh/Mohali, August 28, 2015: The Vigilance Bureau has today nabbed Fire Safety Officer of Mohali, Sham Lal Kamboj red handed while accepting bribe of Rs. 50,000.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson of the Vigilance Bureau said that Fire Safety Officer OF Mohali Sham Lal Kamboj was nabbed on the complaint of Depak Sharma resident of West Sarangpur Delhi. In his complaint Depak Sharma has alleged that Sham Lal Kamboj was demanding Rs. 1 lakh as bribe in lieu of issuing no objection certificate to his farm and he agreed to bribe in two installments.
Acting on the tip off the complainant a trap was laid by the Inspector Ashok Kumar and the Fire Safety Officer OF Mohali Sham Lal Kamboj was nabbed red handed while receiving the bribe of Rs. 50,000 form the complainant.

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Dr. Cheema approves interactive counselling website in Punjab

Punjab to setup 300 Counselling units to guide & counsel school students

Punjab proposes to set up 24 hour Career Guidance Helpline

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Punjab government today approved setting up of 300 state-of-art fully equipped counselling clusters throughout the state and each state has been given responsibility to provide career counselling and guidance to the s....
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Punjab government today approved setting up of 300 state-of-art fully equipped counselling clusters throughout the state and each state has been given responsibility to provide career counselling and guidance to the students of adjoining 10 to 13 schools.
Presiding over a meeting of Career guidance and counselling cell here today, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema education Minister said that in this era of modern technology and fast changing economic environment the students need updated knowledge regarding new career opportunity and cannot afford to adopt herd mentality of opting for medical or engineering courses. He said that the new economy and global environment has opened new vistas of opportunities for students in which students can opt according to their talent and choice. Dr. Cheema said that each counselling units would be fully equipped with advanced modern technology besides a fully qualified counsellor and resource person who has been assigned the job of assessing strength and weakness of each student of provide career guidance according to the strength and aptitude.
Giving directions to explore the possibility of 24X7 career guidance helpline, Dr. Cheema said that it was imperative to provide counselling during stressful period of students keeping his anonymity especially during examination and result days
He said that in order to boost and optimize the work of guidance and counselling in the state of Punjab, number of innovative steps has been taken. The meeting was attended by Dr. Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal, Chairperson, Punjab School Education Board, Mr. Pardeep Agarwal, DGSE, Mr. Gurdeep Singh, Special Secretary, Mr. Balbir Singh Dhol, DPI (Secondary), Mr. Harbans Singh Sandhu, DPI (Elementry), Mr. Sukhdev Singh Kahlon, Director, SCERT, Mrs. Shruti Shukla, State Coordinator Cum Deputy Director Guidance Bureau and all officials of guidance bureau of Punjab.
Elaborating this Mrs. Shruti Shukla said that one cluster guidance resource person has been appointed for 10 to 13 schools in the entire state of Punjab. The prime duty of designated cluster guidance resource person would be to ensure that all the students studying in class 9th to 12th are given proper guidance for career progression. She said that interactive website will not only have elaborate details about the resources available in the state but will also provide a platform to the students regarding any kind of query pertaining to career courses and employment.
In the end Dr. Cheema expressed his satisfaction over the new steps being taken to strengthen the project of guidance and counselling in the state of Punjab. He further stated that the day is not far when Punjab will take a lead in the field of skill development and guidance and counselling very shortly.
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Result of Meetings and agreements signed between Haryana & leading companies of USA & Canda

Haryana to receive huge investment of 10,000 Crore & 40,000 Jobs : Khattar

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal today said that the State would receive a huge investment of Rs 10,000 crore and employment opportunities for 40,000 persons would be generated as a result of various meetings....
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal today said that the State would receive a huge investment of Rs 10,000 crore and employment opportunities for 40,000 persons would be generated as a result of various meetings and agreements signed between Haryana and leading companies of USA and Canada during his recent visit to these countries. The Chief Minister had recently led an official and business delegation to attract the prospective investors to invest in the State.
The Chief Minister, who was addressing a press conference here today, said that this investment would include an estimated investment of Rs 5000 crore in Food Processing Industry thus opening new avenues of growth for agriculture and allied sectors. He said that Haryana has signed MoUs with five leading companies including Google, CISCO, United Technologies, Applied Materials and Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology.
While describing his visit as highly successful Mr Manohar Lal said that a high level delegation which comprised Finance Minister Capt. Abhimanyu and other senior officers of the State Government as well as a business delegation visited New York, New Jersey, Washington DC, Maryland, Connecticut, San Francisco in the USA and Vancouver and Toronto in Canada from August 16 to 25 and held business meetings and apprised them about the unique features of our new Enterprises Promotion Policy-2015. Apart from this, the delegation also held meetings with US-India Business Council, Canada-India Business Council, Canada-India Foundation and Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
He said that encouraged by the incentives offered in Haryana’s new Policy, the entrepreneurs of America and Canada, especially Indo-American and Indo-Canadian have shown keen interest in making investment in Haryana. He said that during his ten-day visit, the delegation also met businessmen of Indian Diaspora and political functionaries of eight States of USA and Canada so as to strengthen the bilateral relations between India and these two countries. The main focus of this visit was on three key areas of Central government led by Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi that is Make in India, Skill India and Digital India, he added.
The Chief Minister said that during all meetings, he assured the entrepreneurs and business executives of US and Canada of all support and cooperation of the State government including easy clearance of projects and infrastructure facilities. He said that during the visit, the key areas where the foreign investors have shown tremendous interest include food processing, Information Technology/Information Technology Enabled Services, Health and Medical Education, Skill Development, Mass Rapid Transport, Renewable Energy, Defense, Aerospace, Auto and Auto Components, Research and Development and Pharmasecuticles.
He said that the State Government would organize an investment meet ‘Happening Haryana’ in the month of January next in which Non Resident Indians (NRIs) would participate.
Giving details of his meetings with political functionaries of USA and Canada, Mr Manohar Lal said that he had met Lt Governor of Maryland, Mr Boyd K. Rutherford, who has agreed to explore the possibilities of cooperation in the fields of bio-technology, life sciences and agriculture, cyber security and engineering. Similarly, he visited Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore and urged them for upgradation of the Kalpana Chawla University of Health Sciences which is being set up at Karnal in Haryana as a Centre of Excellence. He said that he also met Mr Dannel P. Malloy, Governor of Connecticut and both of them agreed to develop long-term partnership between Haryana and Connecticut for sharing economic, social and cultural experiences. He said that he also met Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario, Canada to explore investment areas of cooperation and collaboration between Ontario and Haryana in the areas of student exchange, green technologies, renewable energy, waste management, clean water technology, food processing, automobiles, skilled education, tourism, medical education and health care. He said that during his meeting with US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, Ms Nisha Biswal, who is the key person for shaping US policy on South Asia, has expressed keen interest of US companies in making investment in Haryana. She also expressed keen interest in expansion of defence and aerospace industry in the state. He said that he also met Chairman and CEO Blumberg, Mr. Philip F. Blumberg who expressed keen interest in establishing scientific warehousing for food storage in the state.
While describing as a major achievement, the singing of an agreement with the leading company Google, the Chief Minister said that this move would take Haryana towards digitalization and would give further impetus to the Digital India Campaign of Central Government. He said that M/s Carrier Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Limited, a unit of United Technologies Corporation at Pratt and Whitney Plant has also decided to set up an additional plant for manufacture of air-conditioning devices in Gurgaon. The proposed manufacture facility in Gurgaon would provide employment to more than 2,000 persons and bring an investment of $ 50 million.
He said that during India Diaspora interaction in New York, he urged the NRIs to adopt “Sweh Prerit Yojana” and contribute in the development process of their ancestral village in Haryana. He said that about 30 per cent people have assured him to adopt their villages in Haryana for development. He said that in Canada, he also visited farm houses, food processing units besides visiting tourists and religious places including Swami Narayan Temple.
In reply to a question, the Chief Minister said that the State Government has also urged the Central Government to include Gurgaon, as third city in the list of Smart Cities for which funding of Rs 100 crore per year would be made by the State Government. He said that Haryana has also signed a MoU for the development of smart cities in Haryana as the company has more expertise in this field.
In reply to another question, he said that the New Enterprises Promotion Policy-2015 would be reviewed after every three months and if any changes are required for the promotion of industries in the State, the same would be incorporated.
Haryana Industries Minister Capt. Abhimanyu, Chief Secretary Mr D.S Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr Sanjeev Kaushal, Special Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr Rajesh Kullar, Principal Secretary Industries Mr Devender Singh, Managing Director HSIIDC Mr Vineet Garg, Media Advisor to Chief Minister Mr Amit Arya, Director General , Information Public Relations and Cultural Affairs Department Mr Abhilaksh Likhi were also present on this occasion.

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SGPC President hands over appointment letter to Harcharan Singh

Newly appointed SGPC chief secretary takes charge at Amritsar

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Amritsar, August 27, 2015: Shriomani Gurdwara Prabandhak (SGPC) Committee President Mr. Avtar Singh Makkar here today handed over the appointment letter to newly appointed SGPC chief secretary Mr. Harcharan Singh here today.

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Amritsar, August 27, 2015: Shriomani Gurdwara Prabandhak (SGPC) Committee President Mr. Avtar Singh Makkar here today handed over the appointment letter to newly appointed SGPC chief secretary Mr. Harcharan Singh here today.

SGPC also known as mini parliament of Sikhs having main headquarter at Amritsar in the premises of Golden Temple today in brief religious function, appoint letter was handed over to Harcharn Singh by SGPC chief. Subsequently Harcharn Singh took over the charge in the presence of senior SGPC functionaries.

Makkar who was present there, said that all the existing SGPC secretaries would work under the newly appointed chief secretary besides rest of the staff of SGPC.

Makkar said that Mr. Harcharn Singh was seasoned and experienced person would be proved better person to look after and to improve the more than one hundred educational institutions including Medical Colleges and Engineering college, University and other educational colleges and schools being run by SGPC. Makkar said that he would also be helpful to promote Sikhism all over.

Makkar said the that presently current budget of SGPC touched the figure of Rs. 1000 crore and SGPC heading to pay salaries to their employees as per the recommendation of 6TH pay commission and most of the college Principals were getting salary Rs 1 lac per month.

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Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Dr. Anshu Kataria presided over event

30th Aryans Job Fest inaugurated by ADC Patiala

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Mohali, August 27, 2015: “District Administration, Patiala is going to organize a Mega Job Fest in the month of October for ITI, Diploma, Engineering and other degree holders in the region” This was announced by Sh. Rajesh Tripathi, Additional D....
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Mohali, August 27, 2015: “District Administration, Patiala is going to organize a Mega Job Fest in the month of October for ITI, Diploma, Engineering and other degree holders in the region” This was announced by Sh. Rajesh Tripathi, Additional Deputy Commissioner(D), Patiala while inaugurating 30th Aryans Job Fest at Aryans Campus today. Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Dr. Anshu Kataria presided over the event. On the occasion, Principal, Er Ravinder Singh, Principal, Govt. Polytechnic College for Women, Patiala was also present as the special Guest.

Tripathi while congratulating the placement cell of the Aryans Group said that Aryans has achieved this milestone in the field of Placement in a very short span of time. He further motivated the participants and urged the candidates to compete and make proper use of their skills to grab these opportunities.

Around 60 companies from various sectors visited Aryans campus for the recruitment drive in which more than 700 students from tricity, Punjab and other parts of North India participated and around 115 candidates got shortlisted in the Fest.

Heavy rush was witnessed in the companies like Agrestis Technologies Pvt. Ltd., AI Smart Systems, Allsoft Solutions & Services pvt. Ltd, Corporate stalwarts, EME Technologies, Enjoin Technology Pvt Ltd, JMD Hospitality, Live Satyam Tech Pvt Ltd, Money ambit, Webarox, 2 Xirgosoft Technologies etc. These companies have offered good packages starting from 1.5 lacs up to 5 lacs.

Register, Aryans Group, Prof B.S Sidhu said that India has the largest population of youth in the world with about 66% of the population under the age of 35. This year the numbers of vacancies and packages have improved from previous years. He further urged the candidates to compete and make proper use of their skills to grab these opportunities.

Director, Aryans Group, Prof A.P Jain mentioned that apart from providing good education to the students it’s the responsibility of every College to facilitate its students with good job opportunities. The institutions should inculcate in them with business ideas, entrepreneurship and develop skills which will help them finding a suitable job. Aryans has achieved a great milestone in this direction.

Ms. Karuna Grover, TPO, Aryans Group said that apart from Aryans, students of various Universities and Colleges not only of Chandigarh but also of Punjab came to participate in this Job Fest.
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Celebration Aims to propagate Punjabi Culture

Rural Development & Panchayats department to celebrate TEEJ

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Rural Development & Panchayats Department, Punjab will organise Teej celebrations on August 28 at Vikas Bhawan, Sector 62 Mohali, informed a spokesman from the department.
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: Rural Development & Panchayats Department, Punjab will organise Teej celebrations on August 28 at Vikas Bhawan, Sector 62 Mohali, informed a spokesman from the department.
Giving further details, he said that Mr. Sikender Singh Maluka, Rural Development & Panchayats Minister Punjab will preside over the cultural function to be organised at 10 am, tomorrow and added that the celebrations aim to further propagate the rich culture of Punjab.
He said that all the female government employees have been cordially invited to the function. The spokesman informed that a special exhibition would be organised on the occasion to exhibit the products made by the self help groups.
Special attraction of the day would be “Teej Queen” competition and the winner would be crowned by the famous folk singer Dolly Gularia.
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Punjab Darbar

Punjab instructs to Officers/Employees to submit complete appraisal reports

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Punjab Government has issued orders all heads of departments to issue directions to all officers and employees to submit their complete annual progress appraisal report of year 2014-15.
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Punjab Government has issued orders all heads of departments to issue directions to all officers and employees to submit their complete annual progress appraisal report of year 2014-15.
An official spokesperson of the Punjab Government said that reviewing officers who have not forwarded the appraisal reports to higher authorities for approval by 15 August 2015 should send the complete reports by 28 August 2015.
The spokesperson further said, if the reviewing officer fails to forward appraisal reports then the appraisal reports would be taken back from them and sent for further action to next higher authorities.
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Punjab Darbar

Punjab Government Departments directed to send report on backlog of Reservation quota for blind in Government Jobs

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Punjab government has issued instructions to all departments to send a complete report regarding the backlog of reservation quota for the blind in government jobs within one month to the Welfare of persons with Disabi....
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Punjab government has issued instructions to all departments to send a complete report regarding the backlog of reservation quota for the blind in government jobs within one month to the Welfare of persons with Disabilities wing of the Social Security Department Punjab.
Disclosing this here today a spokesman of the government said that the decision to this effect was taken at a high level meeting presided over by the Chief Minister S. Parkash Singh Badal. The departments were asked to ensure 3% quota to visually impaired persons as per Apex Court directive in all A, B, C and D category posts. The Punjab government had earlier also asked all the heads of the departments to furnish details regarding the filling up of the posts of visually impaired according to the 3% reservation.
According to a spokesperson of the government, instructions to this effect have been issued to all the heads of the departments, Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Registrar Punjab and Haryana High Court, District Sessions Judge, Chairman Punjab Public Service Commission, Chairmen Boards and Corporations and Registrar all the Universities and educational institutions to ensure immediate compliance of the Supreme Court directive in this regard through their respective departments.
Spokesman further said that the departments would maintain the total number of vacancies which have arisen in case of Category A, B, C and D, vacancies filled up through the process of direct recruitment since 1995. He also said that the backlog of vacancies would be covered especially for the persons with disabilities.

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Innovative Green Energy step by state with highest percentage of SC Population

Punjab first state to offer 66% Subsidy to Scheduled Castes on Solar Inverters

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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Green Energy State Punjab today took a novel and innovative step of making every SC family part of Solar Power revolution by offering solar inverter to them at 66% subsidy.
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Chandigarh, August 27, 2015: The Green Energy State Punjab today took a novel and innovative step of making every SC family part of Solar Power revolution by offering solar inverter to them at 66% subsidy.
According to an official spokesman the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has offered a subsidised Power Pack to the scheduled castes in the state enabling them to avail 66% subsidy on solar inverters.
He said that the Solar Inverter Kit consists of 300 Watts Solar Panel, 12 Volt-150 AH Gel Battery and 500 VA Inverter would be given to the persons belonging to the under privileged sections of the society. He said that total cost of the Solar Inverter Kit would be Rs. 51040 while after subsidy it would be available to them at a cost of Rs. 17290 inclusive of upkeep and maintenance for a period of five years.
The spokesman further said that the Solar Inverters were more viable and economical as compared to other common inverters used in residential or commercial establishments. He said that initially as many as 720 systems would be given on first come first serve basis. Further information regarding this could be sought from PEDA office located in Sector 33 Chandigarh. Besides this the officers concerned could also be contacted on mobile numbers 9041753527 and 9815546847.
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Soil Health Cards will be provided to all farmers : D.C Kamal

Agriculture Department fixed target to collect 25000 soil samples in 2015-16 in Jalandhar

3968 Soil Health Cards already been distributed to farmers

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Jalandhar, August 27, 2015: Deputy Commissioner Mr. Kamal Kishor Yadav today said that the Soil Health Cards would be provided to all the farmers in the district to make them aware of minerals and micro-nutrient deficiencies of soil and further for taking measures for replenishment in accordance wit....
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Jalandhar, August 27, 2015: Deputy Commissioner Mr. Kamal Kishor Yadav today said that the Soil Health Cards would be provided to all the farmers in the district to make them aware of minerals and micro-nutrient deficiencies of soil and further for taking measures for replenishment in accordance with the recommendations.

Deputy Commissioner said that 3968 soil health cards have been distributed to the farmers so far in the district. `` To complete the task in time we have fixed a target to collect 25000 soil samples for conducting lab tests in 2015-16 and out of this 13672 samples have already been collected, said DC.

Revealing in detail about the soil health card to be provided under National Mission of Sustainable Agriculture launched by Prime Minister this year, Deputy Commissioner said that the card carries crop wise recommendations of nutrients/fertilizers required for farms, making it possible for farmers to improve productivity by using appropriate inputs. `` So as to make Soil Infertility Maps the process of collecting soil samples from farms is going on in the district. These samples are being tested in the three working laboratories at Phillaur, Nakodar and Bhogpur for soil`s nitrogen, phosphate, zinc and other contents, said DC.

Deputy Commissioner further said that based on these scientific measures the farmers would be made aware to take steps as per the Integrated Nutrient Management for using fertilisers and other contents as per the requirements of different farms and different crops. DC said that as per the scheme launched by Prime Minister the cards to all the farmers in the district would be provided within three years time.

Chief Agriculture Officer Dr. Sukhpal Singh said that the scheme has been launched by the Centre Government keeping in view the deteriorating soil health due to imbalanced use of fertilisers, low addition of organic matter and non-replacement of depleted micro and secondary nutrients over the years that has resulted in nutrient deficiencies and decrease in soil fertility. He said that the scheme would ensure the application of required nutrients as the Soil Health Card displays soil health indicators and associated descriptive terms. He also appealed the farmers to ensure the soil testing of their fields for getting benefit from this farmer oriented scheme.
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