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Colourful Extravaganzas -- Dance O Mania & Hungama 2014 at JLPL School

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Headlines from newspapers – Monday, November 24, 2014

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• ED ready with evidence to summon Majithia, but dragging its feet – Hindustan Times
• 2 killed over rivalry in Nawanshahr – Hindustan Times
• Minister, medical teams rush to cancer-hit village – Hindustan Times
• After intel input, security of Indo-Pak buses, train raised – Hindustan Times
• Newborn girl found dead in Bist-Doab distributary – Hindustan Times
• Bangla terror outfit’s women chief held – Hindustan Times
• Boko H....
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• ED ready with evidence to summon Majithia, but dragging its feet – Hindustan Times
• 2 killed over rivalry in Nawanshahr – Hindustan Times
• Minister, medical teams rush to cancer-hit village – Hindustan Times
• After intel input, security of Indo-Pak buses, train raised – Hindustan Times
• Newborn girl found dead in Bist-Doab distributary – Hindustan Times
• Bangla terror outfit’s women chief held – Hindustan Times
• Boko Haram kills 48 fish vendors – Hindustan Times
• UK plans new internet ‘snooping’ powers – Hindustan Times
• Hitler painting fetches #130,000 – Hindustan Times
• Pope confers sainthood on 2 Indians – The Tribune
• Rural job scheme workers not paid for months – The Tribune
• Family planning mainly women’s job in state (Punjab) – The Tribune
• Love affair claims two lives; 8 booked – The Tribune
• MP to ban alcohol sale in adopted village – The Tribune
• Iran, big powers set to miss N-talks deadline – The Tribune
• 300 Delhi judges under probe in laptop scam – The Times of India
• China builds hydel dam on Brahmaputra – The Times of India
• Teen raped, dumped in dry well – The Times of India
• Hubby entitled to divorce if wife lodges false plaint – The Times of India
• Watsa lines up $1bn investment for India – The Times of India
• 5 dead, 80,000 affected as earthquake rattles China – The Times of India
• Deepak Gupta made UPSC Chairman – The Indian Express
• No move to make Sanskrit compulsory: Irani – The Indian Express
• Nepal cops gun down ‘most wanted’ Indian man in encounter – The Indian Express
• Suicide bomber kills 45 at Afghan volleyball match – The Indian Express
• Iraqi forces retake 2 towns from ISIS – The Indian Express
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Proceedings would be initiated & completed only by concerned police station

FIRs can be registered at any police station in Haryana: Khattar

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Chandigarh, November 23 : The Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal, has said that now FIR can be registered at any police station but the
proceedings on would be initiated and completed only by the concerned police station.
Speaking after redressing the grievances of people in Rewari today, he said that all issues faced by the people would be addressed and their problems solved by concerned officials. On such problems as cannot be solved, people would be informed about the reasons.....
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Chandigarh, November 23 : The Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal, has said that now FIR can be registered at any police station but the
proceedings on would be initiated and completed only by the concerned police station.
Speaking after redressing the grievances of people in Rewari today, he said that all issues faced by the people would be addressed and their problems solved by concerned officials. On such problems as cannot be solved, people would be informed about the reasons. The Chief Minister heard the complaints of thousands of people during the day.
He said that those registering their complaints through internet would immediately get an SMS on their mobile on the action taken on the complaint. The Citizen Charter service would be fully implemented to maintain the relationship of trust and faith between public and the government, the Chief Minister added.
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About 250 patients were examined at a free Heart and medical check up camp

Free heart check up camp at Khosa Kotla by Hero DMC Heart Institute

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Ludhiana, November 23 : About 250 patients were examined at a free Heart and medical check up camp organised at Khosa Kotla in Moga by a village-level welfare society - Sant Baba Fateh Singh Association with Dayanand Medical College & Hospital Unit - Hero DMC Heart Institute (HDHI). Dr GS Wander, Chief Cardiologist & Coordinator, HDHI led the team of doctors and technicians from the heart institute which also included attending physicians Dr Rohit Tandon.
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Ludhiana, November 23 : About 250 patients were examined at a free Heart and medical check up camp organised at Khosa Kotla in Moga by a village-level welfare society - Sant Baba Fateh Singh Association with Dayanand Medical College & Hospital Unit - Hero DMC Heart Institute (HDHI). Dr GS Wander, Chief Cardiologist & Coordinator, HDHI led the team of doctors and technicians from the heart institute which also included attending physicians Dr Rohit Tandon.
Commenting on the significance of organising such camps in rural areas Dr. Wander said, “With rapid changes in our lifestyles, we find that diabetes and hypertension—the so called “lifestyle diseases”—are now spreading their tentacles among the rural populace as well. But, in general, the level of awareness among rural masses hasn’t kept pace with the spread of these ailments. This is the reason why we are witnessing a huge inflow of rural patients suffering the slow but visible effects of these ailments—the most noticeable being cardiac complications.”
Organizing such camps in remote areas are always beneficial especially for poor patients. Heart problems are always the major concern in India & most of the cardiac problems can be avoided with life style modification, Exercise & diet for which awareness is most critical part. - Said Dr.Rohit TandonThe camps facilitate detection of various heart ailments like high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease and congenital heart disease amongst general population, as well as follow-up of patients treated earlier in the camp.Apart from doctor's consultation, ECG, Blood sugar & B.P monitoring were done free of cost. Medicines were also distributed to poor & needy patients free of cost. People from nearby villages were presented at the camp to avail the benefit....
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Education should be first priority of any Govt. unfortunately for SAD-BJP Govt. their own pleasure are more important than future of children

Gross mismanagement of educational funding: Phoolka

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Jalandhar, November 23 : H.S. Phoolka, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court and senior leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has said the financial grants to the universities & colleges are highly inadequate and ever shrinking and the ruling SAD-BJP Government in Punjab is using the excuse of scarcity of funds on one hand where as on the other hand a huge amounts of money is being wasted on the political leadership.
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Jalandhar, November 23 : H.S. Phoolka, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court and senior leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has said the financial grants to the universities & colleges are highly inadequate and ever shrinking and the ruling SAD-BJP Government in Punjab is using the excuse of scarcity of funds on one hand where as on the other hand a huge amounts of money is being wasted on the political leadership.
In a statement here today, he added there are twenty Chief Parliamentary Secretaries (CPSs) in the present government which is a totally defunct post. An enormous amount of funding is going towards their upkeep. These CPSs have absolutely no contribution in the government functioning, but still public money is being wasted on them. Even some of these CPSs have themselves admitted that they have no He added along with these a large number of other advisors and extra constitutional posts have been created and given ministerial status. Education should be the first priority of any government unfortunately for the SAD-BJP government their own pleasure, facilities and perks of power are more important than the future of the children of the state. Phoolka said the Aam Aadmi Party strongly condemns the high handed reaction of the government against the protesting students of Punjabi University Patiala who were peacefully raising very genuine demands, if the government does not get its priorities right such incidents are bound to be repeated all over the state. role to play in the government.and senior leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has said the financial grants to the universities & colleges are highly inadequate and ever shrinking and the ruling SAD-BJP Government in Punjab is using the excuse of scarcity of funds on one hand where as on the other hand a huge amounts of money is being wasted on the political leadership.
In a statement here today, he added there are twenty Chief Parliamentary Secretaries (CPSs) in the present government which is a totally defunct post. An enormous amount of funding is going towards their upkeep. These CPSs have absolutely no contribution in the government functioning, but still public money is being wasted on them. Even some of these CPSs have themselves admitted that they have no He added along with these a large number of other advisors and extra constitutional posts have been created and given ministerial status. Education should be the first priority of any government unfortunately for the SAD-BJP government their own pleasure, facilities and perks of power are more important than the future of the children of the state. Phoolka said the Aam Aadmi Party strongly condemns the high handed reaction of the government against the protesting students of Punjabi University Patiala who were peacefully raising very genuine demands, if the government does not get its priorities right such incidents are bound to be repeated all over the state. role to play in the government.
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Addressing officers of District Administration in Rewari

To improve Administration & police system is need of day: Khattar

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Rewari, November 23 : Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal stress the need to improve administrative and police system in the state. He said that anybody could give suggestions to improve their functioning and the state government would implement good suggestions.
He was addressing the officers of District Administration in Rewari on Sunday. He said that with a view to check corruption we all would have to do away with the tendency to am....
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Rewari, November 23 : Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal stress the need to improve administrative and police system in the state. He said that anybody could give suggestions to improve their functioning and the state government would implement good suggestions.
He was addressing the officers of District Administration in Rewari on Sunday. He said that with a view to check corruption we all would have to do away with the tendency to amass wealth. He said that the state government has been suffering an annual loss of Rs. 6000 crore due to theft of power. He said that with a view to eliminate corruption we would have to evolve a full proof system. Therefore, to achieve this, we would have to motivate the people to follow high ideals of life and render selfless service to the society.

He said that it has been decided to pay old-age allowance, widow and handicapped pension to pay the beneficiaries directly through their bank account from January 1, 2015. He directed the officers to get the bank accounts of these beneficiaries in the bank branches within their villages or nearby areas. This would benefit the genuine beneficiary. He said that under the Prime Minister’s Jan-Dhan Yojna the bank accounts of such beneficiaries could be opened with zero balance.
He exhorted the officers to ensure that the benefit of welfare schemes being implemented by the Central and State governments must percolate to the grass root level. He said that priority of the government was to provide a responsive and transparent administration. He also asked the officers to keep the people informed of the various schemes being implemented by the state and Central governments.....
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Punjab Govt. signs MoU with Healthcare Sector Skill Council to imparting technical training to youth

Badal for showcasing Punjab as a Model State in Healthcare Sector

Punjab becomes first state to ink such MOU with NSDC in Healthcare Sector

Badal for treating MOU’S as MOA

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New Delhi, November 23: Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today envisioned to showcase Punjab as a model state in the Healthcare sector across the globe in the near future.
Speaking on the occasion before signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Punjab government and Health Sector Skill Council an arm of the National Skill Development Council (NSDC), here today, the Chief Minister said that the state g....
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New Delhi, November 23: Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today envisioned to showcase Punjab as a model state in the Healthcare sector across the globe in the near future.
Speaking on the occasion before signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Punjab government and Health Sector Skill Council an arm of the National Skill Development Council (NSDC), here today, the Chief Minister said that the state government had already taken several initiatives in skilling the unemployed youth by imparting training in the fields of Healthcare and Para medics. Felicitating the dignitaries on dais, he said that it was a matter of great pride for Punjabis that Punjab has today became the first ever state to ink such MoU with the NSDC in the Healthcare sector. Mr. Badal said that the state had always accorded the highest priority to the Health sector and has already launched many skill courses in the Medical Colleges of Amritsar, Faridkot and Patiala under the auspices of Baba Farid University of Healthcare and Medical Sciences adding he mentioned that boarding and lodging facilities would be soon provided to the aspirants in the upcoming hostels. He also pointed out that Punjab has been rated excellent by the Government of India in the Medical and Healthcare infra structure.
The Chief Minister further said that continuing the spree of excellence in the field of medical education and healthcare the Punjab would soon emerge as a frontrunner state in the healthcare skill development too. He hoped that today’s MoU inked between the state government and the Healthcare Sector Skill Council of NSDC would prove to be a milestone in upgrading the existing courses and infra structure besides enabling the unemployed youth to have fairly better chances of gainful employability due to their wider acceptability in the health sector not only at national but international level also. Mr. Badal complemented the Chairman Healthcare Sector Skill Council Dr. Naresh Trehan for his vision and mission to promote Punjab as a major pool of skilled manpower in the Health sector to cater the scarcity of trained hands in this vast field especially in the country’s reputed medical and healthcare institutions.
Emphasizing the need to have better synergy between the state government and Healthcare Sector Skill Council, the Chief Minister said that the signing of MoU should not be merely restricted to paper rather it should be carry forward in the right earnest being treated as Memorandum of Commitment (MoC) and Memorandum of Action (MoA). He assured fulsome support and cooperation to the Healthcare Sector Skill Council to transform the dream of skilling our youth to secure remunerative jobs into reality. Mr. Badal said, “This can only be feasible if all of us work zealously 24x7 to convert the MoU into MoA”.
In his address the Chairman of Healthcare Sector Skill Council Dr. Naresh Trehan lauded the vision of Chief Minister and endorsed the latter’s point of view to treat the said MoU as MoA. He hoped that this partnership would help in bridging the skill gap currently existing in the Healthcare sector and would also prove to be a boon for the unemployed youth for getting gainful employment. Dr. Trehan said that there was a huge potential of lab technicians, nurses and patient attendants to be absorbed in this vast sector and this laudatory step would be fruitful in the furtherance of this noble cause.
Later, the MoU was signed by Chairman, Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) Dr Naresh Trehan, Director Technical Education for Punjab Skill Development Mission (PSDM) Mr. GS Ghuman, MD & CEO, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) Mr. Dilip Chenoy and Secretary Medical Education and Research, Mr. HussanLal.
Prominent amongst other present on the occasion included Rajya Sabha Member Mr. Naresh Gujral, Advisor Health to state government Dr KK Bhatnagar, Chief Secretary Mr. Sarvesh Kaushal, Principal Secretary Health Mrs. Vinnie Mahajan, Secretary Medical Education and Research Mr. Hussan Lal, Special Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. KJS Cheema, Resident Commissioner Punjab Bhawan Mr. K Sivaprasad, Director Technical Education Mr. GS Ghuman and Special Secretary Health Mr. Vikas Garg.....
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Badal nominates new Chairman, Vice Chairman & Members

Bhawanigarh, Cheema, Malerkotla, Dhuri, Ahmedgarh, Amargarh, Sherpur, Sangrur & Sandhaur market committees gets new Chairman

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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government today nominated the new Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and members of Bhawanigarh, Cheema, Malerkotla, Dhuri, Ahmedgarh, Amargarh, Sherpur, Sangrur and Sandhaur market committees in Sangrur district.
Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office, said that Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal cleared the file to this effect, this morning and the formal orders reg....
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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government today nominated the new Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and members of Bhawanigarh, Cheema, Malerkotla, Dhuri, Ahmedgarh, Amargarh, Sherpur, Sangrur and Sandhaur market committees in Sangrur district.
Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office, said that Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal cleared the file to this effect, this morning and the formal orders regarding the nomination of the Chairman, Vice Chairman and members of market Committees Bhawanigarh, Cheema, Malerkotla, Dhuri, Ahmedgarh, Amargarh, Sherpur, Sangrur and Sandhaur in Sangrur district would be issued shortly.
As per the orders Mr. Sukhpal Kumar has been nominated as the Chairman of Market Committee Dhuri whereas Mr. Balvir Singh, Jagjit Singh, Mr. Baljit Singh, Mr. Harmohinder Singh, Mr. Pritpal Singh, Mr. Ram Singh, Mrs. Swaran Kaur, Mrs. Jasbir Kaur, Mr. Balwinder Kumar, Mr. Kulwinder Singh, Mr. Jora Singh, Mr. Rajinderpal Singh, Mr. Sikander Singh, Mr. Darshan Singh and Mr. Taraspal Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Mr. Kewal Singh and Mr. Shamsad Ali have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Malerkotla whereas Mr. Sukhwinder Singh, Mr. Harvel Singh, Mr. Gurpreet Singh, Mr. Labh Singh, Mr. Sohan Singh, Mr. Daljeet Singh, Mr. Khushi Mohammed, Mr. Kesar Khan, Mrs. Kulwant Kaur, Mr. Amarinder Singh, Mr. Bhupinder Singla, Mr. Dilwar Jora, Mr. Yakoob Khan and Mr. Kuldeep Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Similarly, Mr. Jeet Singh and Mr. Jiwan Kumar have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Cheema whereas Mr. Gurcharan Singh, Mr. Joginder Singh, Mr. Sukhdev Singh, Mr. Bagwant Singh, Mr. Buta Singh, Mr. Ajmer Singh, Mr. Paramjeet Singh, Mr. Prem Singh, Mrs. Sukhdeep Kaur, Mr. Sandeep Kumar, Mr. Markesh Kumar, Mr. Shishin Pal, Mr. Karam Singh and Mr. Kaka Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Mr. Rupinder Singh Randhawa and Mr. Jagdish Singh have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Bhawanigarh whereas Mr. Harjinder Singh, Mr. Gurjit Singh, Mr. Chand Singh, Mr. Dhanminder Singh, Mr. Kuljit Singh, Mr. Naib Singh, Mr. Amar Singh, Mr. Malkiat Singh, Mrs. Gurmail Kaur, Mr. Mohan Lal, Mr. Manglesh Kumar, Mr. Dinesh Kumar, Mr. Tarsem Raj and Mr. Ravjinder Singh besides concerned the BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Similarly, Mr. Nirmal Singh and Mr. Ajmal Khan have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Ahmedgarh whereas Mr. Avatr Singh, Mr. Pritam Singh, Mr. Kulwant Singh, Mr. Kasim Khan, Mr. Sukhdarshan Singh, Mr. Nirmal Singh, Mrs. Swaranjeet Kaur, Mrs. Harjinder Kaur, Mr. Kedar Nath Kapila, Mr. Praveen Jain, Mr. Gurmail Singh, Mr. Darbara Singh, Mr. Avtar Singh and Mr. Nirmal Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Mr. Megh Singh and Mr. Harbhans Singh have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Amargarh whereas Mr. Kuljinder Singh, Mr. Rajinder Singh, Mr. Jaspal Singh, Mr. Jatinder Singh, Mr. Surjit Singh, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh, Mr. Nirmal Singh, Mrs. Sarvjit Kaur, Mrs. Kuljit Kaur, Mr. Manohar Lal, Mr. Harphul Singh, Mr. Chander Mohan Singla, Mr. Darshan and Mr. Jasvir Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Jathedar Bugha Singh and Mr. Gurjeet Singh have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Sherpur whereas Mr. Davinder Singh, Mr. Ajmer Singh, Mr. Chamkaur Singh, Mr. Amrik Singh, Mrs. Tarwinder Kaur, Mr. Ranjit Singh, Mr. Karamjit Singh, Mrs. Qarsaid, Mrs. Manjatinder Kaur, Mr. Sukhdev Singh, Mr. Shivdev Singh, Mr. Harbant Singh and Mr. Jagdev Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Similarly, Mr. Baldev Singh and Mr. Sham Lal have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Sangrur whereas Mr. Sukhdev Singh, Mr. Amarjit Singh, Mr. Bhupinder Singh, Mr. Baldev Singh, Mr. Hardeep Singh, Mr. Harvinder Singh, Mr. Ranjeet Singh, Mr. Jaspreet Singh, Mrs. Soma Devi, Mr. Pawan Kumar, Mr. Ved Parkash, Mr. Ram Parkash, Mr. Rajinder Kumar and Mr. Gurdev Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Mr. Jagtar Singh and Mr. Sukhwinder Singh have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Sandhaur whereas Mrs. Ranjit Kaur, Mr. Avtar Singh, Mr. Sant Singh, Mr. Baaru Mohammed, Mr. Sikander Singh, Mr. Charanjit Singh, Mr. Naib Singh, Mrs. Gurmeet Kaur, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh, Mr. Narinder Singh, Mr. Gurloveleen Singh, Mr. Jagga Singh, Mr. Parampal Singh and Mr. Taranjeet Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.....
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Badal nominates New Chairman, Vice Chairman & Members

Kapurthala & Saadiq Market Committees gets New Chairman

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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government today nominated the new Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and members of Kapurthala and Sadiq market committees in Kapurthala and Faridkot districts.
Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office, said that Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal cleared the file to this effect, this morning and the formal orders regarding the nomination of the Chairman, Vice Chairman ....
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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government today nominated the new Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and members of Kapurthala and Sadiq market committees in Kapurthala and Faridkot districts.
Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office, said that Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal cleared the file to this effect, this morning and the formal orders regarding the nomination of the Chairman, Vice Chairman and members of market Committees Kapurthala and Saadiq in Kapurthala and Faridkot districts would be issued shortly.
As per the orders Mr. Ranjit Singh Deol has been nominated as the Chairman of Market Committee Kapurthala whereas Mr. Piara Singh, Mr. Bagicha Singh, Mr. Harinder Singh, Mrs. Baljinder Kaur, Mr. Jagir Singh, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, Mr. Jagtar Singh, Mr. Lehambar Singh, Mr. Gurdeep Singh Ghuman, Mr. Dalip Anand, Mr. Amarjeet Singh, Mr. Sukhdev Singh, Jasbir Singh and Mr. Harjit Singh Walia besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Mr. Baljinder Singh and Mr. Ginder Singh Romana have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Saadiq whereas Mr. Gurdeep Singh, Mr. Satnam Singh, Mr. Madan Lal, Mr. Parminder Singh, Mr. Pal Singh, Mr. Jaskaran Singh, Mr. Jagga Singh, Mr. Hardeep Singh, Mrs. Baldev Kaur, Mr. Deep Singh Arora, Mr. Makhan Singh, Mr. Sadeeq Singh, Mr. Angrej Singh and Mr. Baldev Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.....
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Badal nominates new Chairman, Vice Chairman & Members

Ghanaur, Dudhan Sadhan, Dakala & Samaana Market Committees gets new Chairman

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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government today nominated the new Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and members of Ghanaur, Dudhan Sadhan, Dakala and Samana Market committees in Patiala district.
Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office, said that Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal cleared the file to this effect, this morning and the formal orders regarding the nomination of the Chairman, Vice Chair....
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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government today nominated the new Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and members of Ghanaur, Dudhan Sadhan, Dakala and Samana Market committees in Patiala district.
Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office, said that Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal cleared the file to this effect, this morning and the formal orders regarding the nomination of the Chairman, Vice Chairman and members of market Committees Ghanaur, Dudhan Sadhan, Dakala and Samana in Patiala district would be issued shortly.
As per the orders Mr. Malkiat Singh Dakala and Mr. Lakhwinder Singh have been nominated as the Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Dakala whereas Mr. Darshan Singh, Mr. Surjit Singh, Mr. Satpal Singh, Mr. Ranjha Ram, Mr. Balwinder Kumar, Mr. Sohan Lal, Mrs. Charanjit Kaur, Mr. Gurdeep Singh, Mr. Kuldeep Singh, Mr. Ghamdur Singh, Mr. Paramjit Singh, Mr. Sukhbir Singh, Mr. Nachattar Singh and Mr. Jagdeep Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Mr. Sarban Singh and Mr. Mr. Surinder Singh have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Dudhan Sadhan whereas Mr. Mr. Sukhdev Singh, Mr. Satwinder Singh Happy, Mr. Jatinder Sharma, Chaoudhary Bhupinder Singh, Ms. Malkiat Kaur, Mr. Rajwant Singh, Mr. Dharam Singh, Mr. Jaswinder Singh, Ms. Daljit Kaur, Mr. Jaswinder Singh, Mr. Jai Kishan, Mr. Pankaj Kumar, Mr. Daler Singh and Mr. Bhupinder Singh besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Similarly, Mr. Balwinder Singh Daanipur and Mr. Pardeep Singh have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Samaana whereas Mrs. Kulwinder Kaur, Mr. Jashanmeet Singh, Mrs. Kamla Devi, Mr. Jaswinder Singh, Mr. Sukhchain Singh, Mr. Makhan Singh, Mrs. Anoop Kaur, Mr. Gurcharan Singh, Mr. Randhir Singh, Mr. Harmesh Chand, Mr. Bant Singh, Mr. Paasi Lal, Mr. Amrit Pal Singh Sandhu and Mr. Joginder Singh Batra besides the concerned BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.
Likewise, Mr. Kuldeep Singh and Mr. Sucha Singh have been nominated as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Market Committee Ghanaur whereas Ms. Jaswinder Kaur, Mr. Balvir Singh, Mr. Kulwinder Singh, Mr. Satnam Singh, Mrs. Davinder Kaur, Mr. Satish Kumar, Mr. Tarsem Singh, Mr. Gian Chand, Mr. Dharam Singh and Mr. Jaswinder Singh besides concerned the BDPO have been nominated the members of the committee.....
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MSP should be fixed by centre on basis Swaminathan Committee recommendations

Badal should stop shedding crocodile tears for peasantry: Bajwa

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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Congress President, Partap Singh Bajwa, today called upon the Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal to discard his mask and stop shedding crocodile tears for farmers.

Commenting upon his remarks that the minimum support prices should be fixed by the centre on the basis of the Swaminathan Committee recommendations which provide for at least 50 per cent profit to the growers over and above the cost of production, Mr Bajwa said he had been parroti....
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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Congress President, Partap Singh Bajwa, today called upon the Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal to discard his mask and stop shedding crocodile tears for farmers.

Commenting upon his remarks that the minimum support prices should be fixed by the centre on the basis of the Swaminathan Committee recommendations which provide for at least 50 per cent profit to the growers over and above the cost of production, Mr Bajwa said he had been parroting this point ever since this report was submitted during the UPA government and he had sold the dream of getting the same implemented under the NDA government. He asked as to what excuse he had for not taking up this issue forcefully with his own government at the centre in which his own daughter-in-law Mrs Harsimrat Kaur Badal was the cabinet minister.

He said with the induction of Mrs Harsimrat Badal, the interests of the Badal family were served but the people continued to suffer as even after the change in the government, nothing perceptible had been done for this state. Not only that. Mr Badal had now stopped even visiting the union ministers while during the UPA government, his visits used to be too frequent, even to the then Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and he never returned empty handed, as evident from the letter written by the Finance Minister Mr Arun Jaitley to the state government while rejecting the demand for a special package.

Mr Bajwa reiterated that in case the Chief Minister was sincere to any of the issues concerning the people and the state, he should first convene an all-party meeting to evolve concensus on the issues to be taken up and then lead a deputation to the Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi. “If Badal leads a Dharna in front of Modi’s residence on this issue which is very crucial for Punjab farmers and economy of Punjab, we will join him” he said.

He pointed out that with other states moving ahead on the farm front, Punjab might lose its importance as the food bowl of the country. The farmers in Punjab had themselves been doing experiments in diversification but it was the state government which had failed them by not ensuring marketing facilities for their produce. He said the cultivation of sugarcane was part of the diversification but the people had shifted from this crop due to the failure of the sugar mills in the cooperative sector while those in the private sector were thriving.

He said that Sh. Shanta Kumar has been assigned to restructure FCI. The Union Government actually wants to dismantle the FCI which will result in dismantling of the MSP system for foodgrains. This is will be the last nail in the coffin for Punjab Farmers who are already under immense stress due to low MSP and high input costs.
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Orthodontist Does the City Proud

Dr Sarabjeet Singh received prestigious Dr. P. P Jacobs Award

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Chandigarh, November 23: In another achievement Prof Dr Sarabjeet Singh a leading Orthodontist of the region has done the city of Chandigarh proud yet again. Dr Sarabjeet singh received the prestigious Dr.P.P Jacobs Award, for the best scientific paper published for the year 2013 to 2014 at 49th Indian Orthodontic Conference, held at Kolkata on 21st November from the Governor of West Bengal.

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Chandigarh, November 23: In another achievement Prof Dr Sarabjeet Singh a leading Orthodontist of the region has done the city of Chandigarh proud yet again. Dr Sarabjeet singh received the prestigious Dr.P.P Jacobs Award, for the best scientific paper published for the year 2013 to 2014 at 49th Indian Orthodontic Conference, held at Kolkata on 21st November from the Governor of West Bengal.

This research done on Electromyography and Bite force Comes as a boon and a major relief for patients who show severe grinding of teeth a problem common in today’s times. This research could throw light on the treatment aspect of patients who experience para-functional habits, either awake or in sleep that exceed their adaptation capability.

Dr Singh, an alumni of PGI Chandigarh is already a recipient of the National award for Excellence the year 2014 in the field of dentistry for being the best Orthodontist in the region, and is credited with many research articles and has been employing innovative and path breaking techniques for the benefit of the patients for the past decade and a half.
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Need based provisions made under new policy for the innocent general public

New regularization policy for unauthorized colonies gets unprecedented response

Punjab generates revenue more than Rs 17 crore from 9017 applicants

Ludhiana leads with maximum 2871 applications

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Chandigarh, November 23 - New policy for regularization of illegal colonies announced by Punjab Government last month getting unprecedented response as more than 9017 applications have been received till date by the concerned authorities for regularization of unauthorized colonies and plots.
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Chandigarh, November 23 - New policy for regularization of illegal colonies announced by Punjab Government last month getting unprecedented response as more than 9017 applications have been received till date by the concerned authorities for regularization of unauthorized colonies and plots.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesman said that this policy have been conceived on the directions of Deputy Chief Minister Punjab Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal, who is also holding housing and urban development portfolio, for owners who could not get opportunity to regularize their illegal plots and colonies in given time-frame.
He said that new policy got unprecedented response as different development authorities have received more than 9017 applications till date from colonizers and plot owners for their regularization. He informed that Ludhiana district was leading with receiving maximum 2871 applications followed by Jalandhar with 1932 and Amritsar 1031.
He further said that people living in unapproved colonies sans basic amenities like water supply, sewerage and adequate roads etc from the civic authorities. He added that under this policy urban local bodies and development authorities namely GMADA, ADA, PDA, BDA, GLADA and JDA have collected revenue amounting to Rs 17,29,35,785 that would be utilized for developing infrastructure for the concerned colonies.
He informed that Punjab Government has deputed nodal officers for each illegal colony where awareness camps were organized under the supervision of concerned SDM and Tehsildars so that maximum people could avail benefits of this special opportunity.
He said that in this policy, state government has also warned to initiate legal proceedings against errant plot holders, colonizers, promoters and developers under Punjab Apartment and Property Regulations Act (PAPRA) besides disconnecting water and electricity connection if they failed to get regularize their colonies and plots. To control development of unauthorized colonies and building activities in future stringent legal provisions have also been made in the PAPR act, he added.
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PUTIA to meet Union HRD and Social Welfare Minister

Punjab un-aided colleges in dilemma over OBC Scholarship

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Chandigarh, November 23 : Punjab Unaided Colleges are in Dilemma as the management is in massive confusion over OBC Scholarship. It has not been yet cleared by Punjab Government whether the fees would be charged from OBC students or Government would release their funds under the Centre's Post Matric Scholarship (PMS) scheme.

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Chandigarh, November 23 : Punjab Unaided Colleges are in Dilemma as the management is in massive confusion over OBC Scholarship. It has not been yet cleared by Punjab Government whether the fees would be charged from OBC students or Government would release their funds under the Centre's Post Matric Scholarship (PMS) scheme.

Recently a delegation of Punjab Unaided Technical Institutions Association (PUTIA) headed by President, PUTIA, Dr J S Dhaliwal met with the Director, Welfare of SC/BC, Punjab, S. Paramjit Singh and demanded the release of OBC scholarship along with SC/ST Scholarship.

Vice President, PUTIA and Executive Vice Chairman, Doaba Group of Colleges, S. Manjit Singh said that the private educational institutes of Punjab are awaiting reimbursement of fees on account of students belonging to the OBC category, but the state government has not released funds since last many years.

Convener, PUTIA and Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Dr. Anshu Kataria said that "We cannot deny admission to SC/ST/OBCstudents. But at the same time we need funds to run our institutions." District administration asks not to charge anything from SC/ST/OBC but Punjab does not release the payment on time due to which institutions are facing financial crisis.

Dr.Kataria added that soon a delegation of PUTIA would meet the HRD Minister, Mrs. Smriti Irani and Minister of state for Social Justice and Empowerment, Mr. Vijay Sampla and would update about the SC/ST/OBC scholarship scenario in Punjab and poor state of unaided educational institutions.

S. Manjit Singh further said that because of the delay in the payment of PMS by the state, the financial system of many colleges is upset, while on the other hand, if colleges doesn’t serve the debt taken from the bank for over 90 days the account is declared as Non Performing assets (NPA).

Dr.J S Dhaliwal said that many states, including Himachal Pradesh, Bihar etc. reimburse the scholarship to the OBC students. Dr. Dhaliwal questioned when centre govt has a policy to pay the scholarship for the OBC students then why it is not there in Punjab.
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Former CJI, Justice K G Balakrishnan would give away award at new delhi on November 25

Rajesh Bagha selected for Guru Ravidass Ratan National Award

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Chandigarh, November 23: Rajesh Bagha, Chairman, Punjab Scheduled Caste Commission, has been chosen for the coveted Guru Ravidass Ratan National Award -2014. He would be conferred the award By former Chief Justice of India, Justice KG Balakrishnan at an impressive function to be organised by Babu Jagjivan Ram Kala Sanskriti & Sahitya Academy at New Delhi on November 25.
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Chandigarh, November 23: Rajesh Bagha, Chairman, Punjab Scheduled Caste Commission, has been chosen for the coveted Guru Ravidass Ratan National Award -2014. He would be conferred the award By former Chief Justice of India, Justice KG Balakrishnan at an impressive function to be organised by Babu Jagjivan Ram Kala Sanskriti & Sahitya Academy at New Delhi on November 25.
An official spokesperson of the SC, Commission Punjab said that the jury of the academy has selected Mr. Bagha for this award due to his selfless service he rendered for the betterment of underprivileged and oppressed sections of the society. The academy has noted that Mr. Bagha has done commendable job for releasing the dues of Post Matric scholarship to the students of SC community. The spokesperson further said that in this award function besides Mr.Indresh Kumar, senior leaders of RSS, Dr. Satiya Narayan Jatiya and Dr. Sanjay Paswan, (Both former Union Ministers) eminent scholars and thinkers from across the country and neighbouring country Nepal would participate.
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To review various aspects for implementing ‘National Child Labour Welfare Project’

Punjab Govt. notifies State Level Monitoring Committee

Bhagat Chunni Lal appointed as Chairman of State Level Monitoring Committee

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Chandigarh, November 23 : The Punjab Government has notified the constitution of state level monitoring committee for the duration of 3 years which will look into reviewing the various aspects for the purpose of implementing ‘NATIONAL CHILD LABOUR WELFARE PROJECT’.
Disclosing this, a spokesperson of the labour department said that this committee has been constituted on the lines of ‘CENTRAL MONITORING COMMITTEE’ and Labour Minister....
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Chandigarh, November 23 : The Punjab Government has notified the constitution of state level monitoring committee for the duration of 3 years which will look into reviewing the various aspects for the purpose of implementing ‘NATIONAL CHILD LABOUR WELFARE PROJECT’.
Disclosing this, a spokesperson of the labour department said that this committee has been constituted on the lines of ‘CENTRAL MONITORING COMMITTEE’ and Labour Minister, Punjab, Bhagat Chunni Lal has been appointed Chairman of the Committee.
The spokesperson further said that the Chief Secretary/Secretary (as the case may be) of the labour department will be the Vice-Chairman of the committee. According to the spokesperson, labour commissioner, Punjab has been assigned the duties of member secretary and secretary, labour department, Government of India, New Delhi or his representative, Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Agriculture department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Animal husbandry and veterinary department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be),Education department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Home department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Health department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Law department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Industry department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Revenue department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Rural development and panchayat department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Scheduled castes and Backward classes welfare department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Women and child development department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Food and civil supplies department, Government of Punjab , Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Information and Public relations department, Government of Punjab and Chief Secretary/Secretary(as the case may be), Economic Adviser, Government of Punjab have been inducted as members.
The spokesperson further said that from amongst the employers, Surinderpal Dhoona raman export, Jalandhar, Indermohan jeet singh Sidhu, Chairman mahavir spinning mill Hoshiarpur, Amarjeet Singh Chawla, Jyoti Industries, Ludhiana, K.K. Garg, Saru Steel Industries, Ludhiana, Jatinder Kumar, Lakshay International, Jalandhar and Mohinder Singh Kochhar, Sangh Acrylic Limited, Amritsar, have been included as members.
According to the spokesperson from amongst the workers, President, Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (Punjab), Inderjeet Singh Saini, M.L. Kalra (Labour Laws Advocate), Veer Ashok, Veer Anil Hans and Gursewak Singh have been inducted as members.
Divulging more details, the spokesperson informed that Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development, Chandigarh, Co-ordinator, Ambedkar Centre, Deptt. Of Sociology, Panjab University, Chandigarh, Representative of Micro Industries Bharti through Sant Valves, Jalandhar, Sudarshan Sarin representing All India Confesderation Of Small And Micro Industries Association, New Delhi, President, Hind Mazdoor Sabha (Punjab), Amritsar or his representrative, s R.S. Parmar, Past District Governor, Rotary International 3080, Rup Nagar, Daljit Singh Grewal, Executive President, Federation of Senior Citizen Association, Chandigarh and John Masih, General Secretary, Punjab Christian Movement, Jalandhar have been included in the said committee as representatives of N.G.O’s.
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Tracks to be laid out on 34 locations in the state on PPP mode

Punjab to conduct driving test on Ultra Modern tracks : Kohar

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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Transport Department is marching ahead by adopting the cutting edge technology so as to provide better services to the people and also infusing uniqueness in the functioning of the department.
Disclosing this, Transport Minister S Ajit Singh Kohar said that from now onwards the driving test will be conducted track based aiming at providing safe and secure traffic management in the state. He also said tha....
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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Transport Department is marching ahead by adopting the cutting edge technology so as to provide better services to the people and also infusing uniqueness in the functioning of the department.
Disclosing this, Transport Minister S Ajit Singh Kohar said that from now onwards the driving test will be conducted track based aiming at providing safe and secure traffic management in the state. He also said that the state government would ensure that the driving licenses be given only to the perfectionists who pass the required driving tests. He also said that with the strict compliance of the government directive in issuing the driving licenses not only the genuine persons be given the licenses but also the corruption be checked to a large extent.
The Minister also said that according to this system the two wheeler driving test would be conducted on a serpentine tracks especially laid for such vehicles. There would also be three other types of tracks which would deal with the testing of four wheeler driving. One would be a four wheeler "8" track, four wheeler parallel parking track and a four wheeler gradient test track. In the earlier times, the driving test used to be conducted on roads and there was only visual check to test the efficiency of a person to drive a vehicle safely and following all prescribed rules.
The Minister further said that now there would be various electronic gadgets to keep a check on the ability of the driver. There would be motion sensors enabled CCTV cameras, web-casting facility besides these 10 cameras would be installed at each location. There would also be a finger print scanner based system where the applicant's biometric would be matched before the commencement of the test. On the both sides of the track there would be pine cones which emit the sound of a beep when hit by a vehicle.
The Minister also informed that there would be 34 locations on which the tracks are proposed to be laid out. The land on which these tracks are to be laid would be acquired from various departments like Technical Education, Revenue, Local Government, Irrigation, Higher Education, PUDA and Colonization.
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MGSIPA to organize day long national seminar on Tuesday

Punjab prepares to unveil inclusive policy on Self Employment & Entrepreneurship

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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab government is all set to finalize and unveil a new inclusive policy boasting entrepreneurship and self employment in youth of Punjab after a daylong brain storming session at MGSIPA to be inaugurated by Mr. Parkash Singh Badal, Chief Minister, Punjab tomorrow (25-11-2014).
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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab government is all set to finalize and unveil a new inclusive policy boasting entrepreneurship and self employment in youth of Punjab after a daylong brain storming session at MGSIPA to be inaugurated by Mr. Parkash Singh Badal, Chief Minister, Punjab tomorrow (25-11-2014).
According to an official spokesperson the Government of Punjab has decided to organize a series of events aimed at boosting entrepreneurship and employment potential of Punjab's youth in various fields. The first such event would be organized by Mahatma Gandhi State Institute of Public Administration (MGSIPA), Punjab in association with National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).
The spokesperson said that The Chief Minister of Punjab, Mr. Parkash Singh Badal who had been evincing a great interest in this subject will deliver the inaugural address at the event. The Chief Secretary, Mr. Sarvesh Kaushal would speak on the theme of self-employment and the strategies of the State Government in skill development and related fields.
The spokesperson said that it is for the first time that delegates from diverse fields including Self Help Groups (SHG); NGOs working in this area; successful entrepreneurs, particularly from the rural and small-scale sectors; Additional Deputy Commissioners, District Panchayat and Development Officers, District Animal Husbandry Officers, District Fisheries Development Officers, District Dairy Development Officers, District Poultry Development Officers, District Employment Generation Officers, General Managers/District Industry Centres, banking and finance professionals, research students and academics, Principals of ITIs from Punjab, Vice Chancellors of Universities in Punjab, Deputy Commissioners and Administrative Secretaries would be deliberating on this issue to have an inclusive policy on self employment and entrepreneurship.
Emphasizing on success stories in this field it was felt that Punjab is not short of innovators or enterprising individuals. He said that some success stories are well known, while others have yet to be chronicled. He informed that the self-employed individuals who would participate in this workshop are an interesting mix of sectors and specialties : organic farmers, dairy farmers, apiculturists, fish farmers, poultry breeders, floriculturists, agro-based industrialists, horticulturists, mushroom farmers, processors of oils and spices, computer coaching providers, weavers, handloom entrepreneurs, pickle and jam makers, home-based edibles manufacturers and the like.
Experts from fields such as agriculture, dairy research, fisheries, poultry, handicraft and home-based industries including Dr. A.K.Srivastava, Director, National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal, Dr. P. Praveen, Principal Scientist, Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, Kerala, Shri Naresh Gupta, Chief General Manager, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Chandigarh,Sister Pratibha Pandya, Member, Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) Ahmedabad, Dr. Vaneeta Vishwanath, Advisor, Udyogini, New Delhi, Dr Suryamani Roul, Senior Vice President, ACCESS Development Services, New Delhi, Dr Rajesh Tiwari, Executive Director, State Disability Resource Centre, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Ms. Poonam Golani, Member, Industree Foundation, Bangalore (Mother Earth), Dr. K. Ravvi Kumarr, Director, Central Poultry Development Organization, Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India; and Shri Paramjit Singh, Principal Consultant, Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development, Sector - 35, Chandigarh have been invited to contribute in this first of its kind policy on self employment and entrepreneurship.
The spokesperson added that some of the issues likely to be addressed by speakers and participants during the discussions are : financing of self-employment ventures, bottlenecks in setting up small units and how to resolve them, skill gaps and how to overcome them, technical knowhow and mutual cooperation. In what ways can young people with or without a college degree equip themselves for the world of self-enterprise through innovation, skill development and collaboration? How are the ITIs gearing up for the challenge of preparing the youth of Punjab for a brighter future? Which are the government schemes available in this sphere? These and similar issues will be at the core of the deliberations at the workshop.
Spokesperson said that experts would share their perspectives and disseminate knowledge in the realms of self-employment, assets creation, skill development, capacity building, sustainable livelihoods, collaborative enterprise etc. in sectors as diverse as dairy, fisheries, poultry, banking, handloom and handicraft. He added that Interaction between experts and practitioners, NGOs, SHGs and youth will facilitate innovation and adoption of better practices. Partnerships between individuals and institutions can be explored. He said that the keenness of the Government of Punjab in promoting self-employment and skill development will be shared with participants and with all citizens through the media. He said that self-employment, skill development and entrepreneurship development will form an important component of MGSIPA’s programmes in future also. Content for such events will be designed based on experiences gathered during this event.
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Exercise to ensure quality & uninterrupted power supply to consumers

Punjab initiates 2nd phase to augment 66 KV transmission network in State

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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government has initiated work on the augmentation of 66 KV network in the state. In this second phase of the important power lines of 66 KV load transmitting power to major cities and villages including industrial units would be further extended. The motive behind this exercise is to ensure the quality and uninterrupted power supply to all types of existing and perspective electricity consumers of the state.
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Chandigarh, November 23: The Punjab Government has initiated work on the augmentation of 66 KV network in the state. In this second phase of the important power lines of 66 KV load transmitting power to major cities and villages including industrial units would be further extended. The motive behind this exercise is to ensure the quality and uninterrupted power supply to all types of existing and perspective electricity consumers of the state.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson of the punjab government said that the work would be executed by the Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd, PSPCL in stipulated time period. Divulging the detail of the schemes/transmission works to be executed he said that 3.442 KM of line on Route plan of 66 Arniwala - 66 KV Kand wala Hazar Khan line, T-off for for Azure Power Plant,Tahli wala Jattan SC on DC and 2nd ckt from Arniwala up to T-off point , 1.005 KM line on Route plan of 66 KV T-off line for 66 KV S/S Kanoi from existing 66 KV Sangrur-Patran Rail Pole line, 9.824 KM line on Route plan of 66 KV DC line from 220 KV S/S Pakhowal to 66 KV S/S Sudhar,4.395 KM of line on Route plan of 66 KV line from 220 KV S/S Badshahpur to 66 KV S/S CharaMandi, Jalandhar SC on DC, 1.767 line on Route plan of 66 KV T-off line from Mandvi-Ghamoor Ghat for 66 KV S/S Makroor Sahib -SC on DC, 13.400 KM of line on Route plan of 66 KV SC on DC line from 66 KV S/S Panchta to 66 KV S/S Kot Fatuhi, 7.731 Route plan of 66 KV SC on DC line from 66 KV S/S Ajjowal to 66 KV S/S Sadhu Ashram, 1.990 KM of line on Route plan of 66 KV T-off from Kakrala-Dayal garh line for 66 KV S/S Munshiwala./Sihaal. SC on DC, 4.621 KM of line on Route plan of T-off 66 KV Nathana – Kalyan Sukha line for 66 KV S/S Ganga (SC on DC), 8.455 KM of line on Route plan of 66 KV Junir-Aalike line T-off for 66 KV 8.455 KM 0.2 sq inch 210 Danewal SC on DC, 6.736 KM of line on Route plan of 66 KV line form M/s ECEL 20 MW 6.736 ckt KM 0.2 sq inch 165 SPV Plant Lakhmirwala to 66 KV S/S Kot Dharmu line SC on DC, 5.357 ckt KM and 4.046 ckt KM of line on Route plan of 66 KV DC line to 66 KV S/S Alamgir 5.357 ckt 0.2 sq inch 250 and 66 KV SC on DC line to M/s T.C.Spinner Ltd. KM 0.2 sq inch 100 form 220 KV S/S Lalru works would be undertaken by PSPCL for the improvement of the transmission distribution system.
The spokesman further said that it has been notified by the state government that the PSPCL is undertaking and executing the sanctioned scheme and would have the powers for placing of any Wires, Poles, Stays, Apparatus and Appliances for the Transmission and Distribution of Electricity or for Transmission of telegraphic or telephonic communications necessary for proper coordination of the works of PSPCL for the areas indicated above.
He said that the PSPCL has given notice that any person may raise objection if any/and or make any representation against the above scheme/transmission works within two month of issue of this notification. Thereafter no objection and or representation will be entertained and all schemes/transmission works would be deemed to be sanctioned with or without modifications as approved by the PSPCL. He said necessary plans showing the tentative route of the Transmission Lines may be seen on any working day in the office of Dy. CE/TL, PSPCL, Jalandhar. Objections and/or representations in respect of the above schemes if any should be sent to the Office of Chief Engineer /Transmission System, B-1, Shakti Vihar, Patiala.
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RTSC online monitoring system to link 149 services of various departments

Punjab sets up new milestone in Digitilisation of Public Services

S.A.S Nagar to host pilot project

Pan Punjab implementation in the pipeline

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Chandigarh, November 23: In a move that puts Punjab on the digital map, the government has initiated the establishment of an efficient time bound service delivery system under Right to Services Act .
Punjab Right to Service Commission has engaged the services of the National Informatics Centre that has created unique, personalized software to enable a cohesive and comprehensive Right to Service Information System for online access and monitoring.
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Chandigarh, November 23: In a move that puts Punjab on the digital map, the government has initiated the establishment of an efficient time bound service delivery system under Right to Services Act .
Punjab Right to Service Commission has engaged the services of the National Informatics Centre that has created unique, personalized software to enable a cohesive and comprehensive Right to Service Information System for online access and monitoring.
The Chief Commissioner of Punjab Right to Service Commission, Sh.S.C. Agrawal said that since the inception of the Punjab Right to Service Commission under the Punjab Right to Service Act, 2011, the constituted government body has addressed over 3 Crore applications from the state out of which 1.06 Crore applications have been settled out this year alone.
Mr. Aggarwal informed that till date the first, second appellate and revision authorities have received a total 1214 complaints out 1169 were sorted out while 45 were under progress. He said in suo-motto notice cases 266 cases have been redressed and penalty has been imposed on 44 officers/officials in 18 cases.
Giving further details Mr. Aggarwal said a total 6334 issues including birth/death certificates, driving license, residential certificates, demarcation of lands, arm licence, ration card building plans, water and sewerage connection etc. lying pending between general public and various government authorities from different districts of the state have also been resolved with the active intervention of the Commission.

With the expansion of economy, there has been awareness all around and public at large felt that though they are entitled to services under various enactments, yet there was no time limit fixed for delivery of the services. The PRTS Act-2011 has empowered people to seek services in a hassle free, corruption free, transparent and time-bound manner through different service delivery mechanisms. With the coming of the Online Monitoring System, an efficient and speedy addressal gateway has been created for the ease and convenience of the public and efficient action of the departments.
The Commissioner elucidated upon the benefits of having such a system in place. It will provide an effective frame work for time bound delivery of services being provided by various government departments in order to promote transparency and accountability. He added that the state will be the first in getting such a system in place. In fact, Punjab was the first state in the country to constitute the Punjab Right to Service Commission after implementing the Punjab Right to Service Act, 2011. This system will be a testimony to the pioneering spirit of Punjab and the tireless efforts of the government for development. Sh.Agrawal stated that the Online Monitoring System links various departments such as Health, Revenue, Home, Housing and Urban Development and will provide access and linkage to other districts. The pilot project is taking flight in S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali), the city will be hosting the first run for the software. The system is expected to have a pan Punjab implementation at the earliest, staff for the maintenance and smooth functioning of the system is being given technical training for the same.....
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Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur's martyrdom day is a solemn occasion to remember glory of his supreme sacrifice says Badal

Sukhbir Badal calls upon to follow teachings of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji

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Chandigarh November 23: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today called upon the people to follow the ideals of secularism, humanism and spirit of sacrifice as preached and practiced by 'Hind Di Chaadar'-the ninth Guru Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji.
In his message on the occasion of Shaheedi Divas of Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib, Mr Badal said that the "Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur's martyrdom day is a solemn occasion to remember the glory ....
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Chandigarh November 23: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today called upon the people to follow the ideals of secularism, humanism and spirit of sacrifice as preached and practiced by 'Hind Di Chaadar'-the ninth Guru Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji.
In his message on the occasion of Shaheedi Divas of Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib, Mr Badal said that the "Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur's martyrdom day is a solemn occasion to remember the glory of his supreme sacrifice who laid down his life to protect right of freedom to worship and preserve human and secular values. Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib was a selfless, courageous leader who taught all of us to seek strength from truth, worship and knowledge," he said.
He said that Bani of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji in Sri Guru Granth Sahib preaches oneness of mankind, universal brotherhood, valour, righteousness and compassion. Our real homage to the great Guru would be to follow his teachings in true spirit and strive to be worthy of his noble legacy," he added.
The Deputy CM appealed to the people to participate collectively in the observance of this auspicious occasion.
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Enhanced vigil of BSF troops again thwarts attempt of anti-national elements to smuggle contraband items into India

BSF recovers 5 kg heroin in Ferozepur Sector

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, November 23: Border Security Force personnel have successfully recovered five packets of contraband of 1 kg each suspected to be eeroin on Punjab border on the intervening night of 22/23 Nov’ 2014 in the area of responsibility of Border Out Post Barreke, Ex-105 Bn BSF, Ferozepur Sector.

Keeping in view the vulnerability of Border from smuggling point of view especially in view of paddy crops and foggy weather conditions which give cover to these Anti-National Elemen....
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, November 23: Border Security Force personnel have successfully recovered five packets of contraband of 1 kg each suspected to be eeroin on Punjab border on the intervening night of 22/23 Nov’ 2014 in the area of responsibility of Border Out Post Barreke, Ex-105 Bn BSF, Ferozepur Sector.

Keeping in view the vulnerability of Border from smuggling point of view especially in view of paddy crops and foggy weather conditions which give cover to these Anti-National Elements, Ashok Kumar, IPS, Inspector General BSF Punjab Frontier has issued operational guidelines to further strengthen border domination so as to effectively check the menace of narcotics smuggling and activities of Anti National Elements on Punjab border with Pakistan.

Accordingly, R K Thapa, DIG Sector BSF Ferozepur ensures implementation along with Field Commanders to maintain extra vigil on border to thwart the attempts of smugglers/Anti-National Elements. Tactical operations are being mounted to foil the attempts of the smugglers during this season.

The troops were on high alert as intelligence inputs were received regarding threat of smuggling from the area of Border Out Post Barreke, Ferozepur Sector, he added.
He further said that on intervening night of 22/23 Nov’ 2014, BSF troops deployed in the area of responsibility of Border Out Post Barreke spotted suspicious movement of smugglers ahead of Border Security Fence who were throwing something over the Border Security fence. Immediately, BSF troops challenged them but smugglers managed to escape taking cover of foggy weather, darkness and vegetation. On search of the area 05 packets of contraband suspected to be heroin were recovered near Border Security fence.

The enhanced vigil of BSF troops has once again thwarted the attempt of smugglers/ Anti-National Elements to smuggle contraband items into India.

In continuing with its drive against heightened activities of smugglers/Anti-National Elements, BSF has effected seizures on Punjab Border during the year 2014 as – 330.71 kg of heroin worth Rs.25 crore, FICN of Rs.11.93 lakh, 19 weapons, 29 magazines, 428 rounds, 836 gm opium, 33 kg poppy husk, 335 gm morphine, 30 Pak mobiles, 48 Pak SIMs, 12 Indian Mobiles and 13 Indian SIM cards apart from 3 interdiction of Pak smugglers, 7 Pakistani intruders interdicted, 15 Pak border crossers apprehended, n29 Indian border crossers apprehended, 3 Indian smugglers interdicted, 14 Indian smugglers apprehended and 2 BD national apprehended.
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SBS Campus stepping forward for recognition of its degrees at international level : Dr.Sidhu

Overwhelming response for placements at SBS Campus after NBA Accreditation

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, November 23: Shaheed Bhagat Singh State Technical Campus – an institution established in this border town - got marvelous response from industries for conducing campus placement drive, after getting accreditation from National Board of Accreditation (NBA).
Giving this information Dr.Satvir Singh, Placement Officer informed that on Saturday, seven companies have conducted screening tests, group discussions and interviews. They ....
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Ferozepur, November 23: Shaheed Bhagat Singh State Technical Campus – an institution established in this border town - got marvelous response from industries for conducing campus placement drive, after getting accreditation from National Board of Accreditation (NBA).
Giving this information Dr.Satvir Singh, Placement Officer informed that on Saturday, seven companies have conducted screening tests, group discussions and interviews. They have selected 35 students with a pay packages Rs. 2-6 lacs. Another multinational Company “Infosys” is conducting Campus Placement drive at SBS Campus during 6-7 December and many more companies are in touch with the institution and waiting for placement drive.
Dr. T.S. Sidhu, Campus Director, while congratulating the students said that under the guidance of Hon’ble Chairman BOG Sh. Dinesh Lakra, recently five B.Tech courses of the institute have got accreditation from NBA and now institute is stepping forward for getting its B.Tech. Degree internationally recognized across major countries such as USA, Canada, Australia, and UK, etc. which are members of Washington Accord.
India is now a permanent member of the Washington Accord, according to which any course accredited by its National Board of Accreditation (NBA) will be equal in nature by all means to degree obtained from USA, Canada, Australia, and UK ,etc. for practicing in these countries, he added.
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