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VB conducts surprise checking of Grain Markets

Punjab Vigilance Bureau on the instructions of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh formed special teams and conducted surprise checking of grain markets around the state to monitor ongoing wheat procurement process besides ensuring that farmers did not face any difficulty in selling their crops. The vigilance teams in its feedback reported that lifting of wheat was a bit slow at some places.

Farmers start harvesting wheat on border area under tight security

The tension on the International border Indo Pak which was mounted after the attack on the Dina Nagar Police Station and Pathankot Air base last year, have temporarily  defused as now the sickles and combines  are moving in silent hushes. And making most of the fragile peace, farmers have started  harvesting  of wheat crop under the thick cover of arms and ammunition of the Border Security Force (BSF).

AAP to start ‘Punjab Yatra’ to identify issues of people of Punjab

Aam Aadmi Party is going to start ‘Punjab Yatra’ in state to identify the issues of public importance that can be raised in the Punjab vidhan sabha during the session. Addressing the media at Punjab Bhawan, Chandigarh AAP MLA and leader of opposition in vidhan sabha, Adv. H.S. Phoolka along with MLAs Aman Arora, Pirmal Singh Dhaula, Kulwant Singh Pandori, Jagtar Singh Hissowal and Amarjit Singh Sandhoa said that the motive of the yatra is to reach the people at grass root level and know their problems.

Sajjan meets Haryana CM; Canada keen on investment

Canada has evinced keen interest in investing in Haryana in civil aviation, skill development, education, defence, and smart city projects, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Friday.

Injured gangster succumbed to injuries, toll risen to three

With the death of another gangster Happy, the toll mounted related to inter gang rivalry risen to three.

SAD asks Congress not to indulge in showmanship and simply follow the SAD-BJP line on power export to Pakistan

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today asked the new Congress government not to indulge in showmanship on issue of power exports to Pakistan and simply follow the line taken by the SAD-BJP government in this regard.

Corruption would not be tolerated, Sidhu suspends SDO Sewerage Board on corruption charges

Local Bodies Minister navjot Singh Sidhu has said that corruption would not be tolerated in the local bodies department at any cost and he ordered the suspension of SDO water supplied and Sewerage Board on the charges of  negligence  during his visit to border town of Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur district.

NRIs Alumni of Khalsa College Honoured by Alma Mater

As part of ongoing program to make connect with its old students, the Khalsa College management today honoured its six top NRIs Alumni, appreciating their services to the society in the foreign lands. At this occasion Khalsa College Global Alumni Association (KCGAA) was also announced and Dr.Davinder Singh Chhina was declared its founder President to organize old students settled all over the world.

PPS Officer Khakh awarded DGP commendation Disc for his outstanding work as SSP, Amritsar (Rural)

While recognising his outstanding policing as Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Amritsar (Rural), Director General of Police (DGP), Suresh Arora Punjab has awarded Director General of Police Commendation Disk to PPS Officer Harkamal Preet Singh Khakh.

Canada minister at Harmandar Sahib, gets cold shoulder from government

Canada's Defence Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan on Thursday paid obeisance at the Harmandar Sahib in Amritsar and visited other places in Punjab, but the Amarinder Singh government cold-shouldered the visiting dignitary.

DAV organises workshop on ‘Econometric Applications in Social Sciences’

 Department of Economics at DAV University, Jalandhar has successfully organised One Week Workshop on Econometric Applications in Social Sciences from April 13-19, 2017.

Recruitment rally for Indian air force from May 5

Indian Air force has announced the recruitment drive for 10 districts of Punjab from May 5 to 9 at Air Force Station Rajasansi, Amritsar. The districts included Amritsar, Muktsar, Hosiarpur, Firozpur , Moga, Tarntaran, Gurdaspur, Kapurthala, Jalandhar and Faridkot.

Radicals raise Khalistan slogans as Sajjan visits Amritsar

Sikh radicals raised pro-Khalistan slogans and clashed with SGPC task force volunteers outside the Golden Temple complex here in Punjab on Thursday during Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan's visit.

Canadian Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan offers prayers at Golden Temple

Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan offered prayers at the holiest of Sikh shrines 'Harmandir Sahib' here in Punjab on Thursday morning.

Canadian Minister offers prayers at Golden Temple

Amritsar, April 20 (IANS) Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan offered prayers at the holiest of Sikh shrines 'Harmandir Sahib' here in Punjab on Thursday morning.

Punjab Cabinet scraps Khalsa University Act

The Punjab Cabinet on Wednesday decided to scrap a controversial law passed by the earlier SAD-BJP government to facilitate the setting up of a new university on the Khalsa College campus in Amritsar.

KCGC Calls State Govt.’s Decision to Scrap KU as most `Unfortunate’

Historic Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) today called the decision by state government to scrap Khalsa University as most `unfortunate’. The top functionaries of the varsity said they are seeking legal opinion to `save’ the University which has already registered more than 300 students in various classes from Ph.D to post-graduate and graduate following government’s nod to the varsity in August 2016.

Govt. decision to scrap Khalsa University Act is sad but not bad

Commenting on the Punjab government’s decision to scrap the Khalsa University Act, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said it’s sad but not bad.  Explaining further, he said it’s sad because the institution in the name of Khalsa has met its waterloo within a span of one year.

Punjab Govt decides to scrap Khalsa University Act to save heritage Khalsa College

The Punjab government has decided to scrap the controversial Khalsa University Act 2016 to save the historic 125-year-old Khalsa College from losing its heritage status by falling prey to privatisation.

619 kms national highways of state be 4 laned by next year: Razia Sultana

Razia Sultana, Minister for Public Works Department today said that the 4 laning of 619 kilometers of national highways of the state would be completed till next year. She said that under this project, up till now, the 4 laning of 358 kms national highways have been completed with the cost of 2150 crore and the remaining work would be completed in the year 2018-19 by all means.