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7 held for leaking SSC examination paper
New Delhi, May 26 (IANS) In a major breakthrough, the Delhi Police has busted a racket and arrested seven persons in connection with the April 30 Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) 2017 recruitment examinations paper leak case, a senior police officer said on Thursday.
No discriminatory tariffs among same subscriber category: TRAI
New Delhi, May 25 (IANS) Telecom service providers should not give any discriminatory tariff to the same category of subscribers and all plans should be reported to the regulator within seven days of its launch, the Indian telecom regulator said on Thursday.
Money spent on development of villages must adequately be reflected: Tript Bajwa to officers of Rural Development Department

Chandigarh: The Punjab Rural Development & Panchayat Minister Mr. Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa today explicitly issued directions to all the officers of the Rural Development to use all the grants without any discrimination. While chairing the maiden meeting of the rural development department Mr. Bajwa said that all grants issued for development works must be utilized judiciously and adequately reflected.

Efficiency lies in doing right things in right manner, in the right ambience.

JALANDHAR: A stunning repository of exotic spiritual , emotional and indomitable will, S.Jarnail Singh Pasricha is a torch bearer of the spirit of Service and Education. Born to Bhai Gobind Singh Pasricha and Mrs. Inder Kaur Pasricha on 27th May 1936, S.Jarnail Singh Pasricha is an epitome of passion, purpose and perseverance.

Drug peddler arrested with intoxicant powder

Bilga :The Bilga police have arrested a drug peddlers for selling intoxicant powder. Investigating Officer Jagdish Raj said that 65 grams contraband was recovered from the accused identified as Manpreet Singh alias Manni a resident of Jandiala village.  A case under section 22 /61/85 of the NDPS Act has been registered against the accused.

Rahul meets tribal leaders, discusses their concerns

New Delhi,  Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday met the party's tribal leaders from different parts of the country and sought to know the challenges they face and their perception about the party, and discussed ways to protect the interests of tribal communities.

Jio battle: Airtel urges DoT to reject TRAI's Rs 3,050 cr fine on 3 telcos

New Delhi, Sticking to its earlier stand, the Indian telecom regulator on Wednesday recommended penal action against three operators -- Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular -- for not providing adequate points of interconnections (PoI) to newcomer Reliance Jio.

President to receive 1st copy of Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' book on May 26

New Delhi, President Pranab Mukherjee will on Friday recieve the first copy of a compilation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Mann Ki Baat" radio chats.

Brilliant artwork by Ravish Kapoor to take you to an epic journey back to the memories of the legendary figure – Sachin Tendulkar

Chandigarh: Ravish Kapoor, a well-known brand that specializes in the conceptualisation of invitation cards and unique branding & packaging design recently designed an invitation card that showcased the in-depth details of the latest Movie “Sachin – A Billion Dreams” in a wondrous manner. Not only this, the brilliant artwork delightfully articulated the complete journey of the ‘Master Blaster’ hitherto.

AAP Will not tolerate loot of natural resources, Government must review mining policy- Bhagwant Mann

Chandigarh, Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday criticized Punjab government for its faulty mining policy and asked government to review the mining policy in state. In a press statement AAP Punjab president and MP from Sangrur, Bhagwant Mann said that the mining mafia operating in the state tried to grab 89 sand mines in the recently happened bidding but with the interference of AAP it could not be done. AAP leader Adv. Dinesh Chaddha had presented facts showing irregularities in the bidding of sand mines a day after the auction.

Junior men & women players named for national hockey camps

New Delhi, May 24 (IANS) Hockey India (HI) on Wednesday selected 53 men and 37 women players for the junior national camps based on their performances in the recently concluded national championships.

Kerala CM loses cool, rebukes opposition

Thiruvananthapuram,  Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday lost his cool on the floor of the assembly and spoke sharply at senior Congress legislator V.D. Sateeshan, who raised the issue of bickering between senior state bureaucrats.

Three drug peddlers arrested with intoxicant powder

Shahkot : The Shahkot police have arrested two drug peddlers for selling intoxicant powder. Investigating Officers Jasbir Singh and Bhupindar Singh said that 105 grams contraband was recovered from the accused identified as Balwindar Singh alias Sonu and Paramjit  alias Billa residents of  Mohalla Dherian Shahkot village.  A case under section 22 /61/85 of the NDPS Act has been registered against the accused.

AAP delegation meets Punjab DGP over ever mounting Atrocities against dalits throughout the state

Chandigarh, Aam Aadmi Party delegation led by senior leader and leader of opposition in Punjab Vidhan Sabha, Adv. H.S. Phoolka on Tuesday met DGP Punjab over the atrocities happening against the Dalit community in the state and Director Rural Development and Panchayats regarding Irregularities in distribution of village common land.

ED arrests CA of Lalu's daughter Misa

New Delhi,  The Enforcement Directorate on Tuesday said it has arrested the chartered accountant of RJD chief Lalu Prasad's daughter Misa Bharti in connection with an alleged money laundering case, an official said.

Banks directed to broad base loan portfolio to help distressed farmers

Chandigarh  : With a view to help the farmers the Punjab Government has directed its district central cooperative banks to broad base its loan portfolio to increase its profitability and design it in such a manner so that maximum financial  benefits should reach to the poorest of the poor amongst the farmers. 

Freedom Group releases its manifesto for Punjab Press Club polls

Taking lead over the other two contesting groups, which maintained silence on its promises so far, Freedom Group, also known as Rudra-Bhaskar panel today again attained a lead by rolling out their Poll manifesto here today

SAD demands registration of criminal case against Sukhjinder Majithia

Jalandhar, - The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today demanded registration of a criminal case against Congress leader Sukhjinder Singh Majithia for abetting the thrashing and stripping of a Dalit at the hands of his supporters in Majitha.  

ECI is globally acknowledged as a ''Gold Standard'': VK Singh

Chandigarh, The Chief Electoral officer Punjab Mr. VK SINGH said today that The Election commission of India has given open Challenge to the National and State Recognized Political Parties only which participated in the five States' Assemblies Elections viz. Goa, Punjab, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Intending to participate may nominate a maximum of 3 persons only to participate in the EVM Challenge. The Political Parties willing to participate in the EVM Challenge must mandatorily confirm their interest to ECI by 5.00 pm on 26th May, 2017 through the email(, wherein the details of the Nominated members must be furnished as per the prescribed Performa. Only those Political Parties, which respond by 5.00 pm on 26thMay, 2017 to the ECI, shall be allowed to participate in the EVM Challenge.

2 terrorists with canadian, PAK links nabbed by BSF& Punjab police from border area

Chandigarh: In a joint operation, the BSF and the Punjab Police on Sunday busted a terror module with links to Canada and Pakistan, and arrested two terrorists who were planning to target "enemies of the Panth".