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Headlines from newspapers – Thursday, August 21, 2014

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• Punjab officials facing trial to lose public-dealing posts – Hindustan Times
• Two arrested with 3 kg opium in Moga – Hindustan Times
• Amritsar MC defers sealing of hotels – Hindustan Times
• State wants BBMB offices held in rotation by Punjab, Haryana – Hindustan Times
• Panel seeks early redressal of pending SC cases – Hindustan Times
• Wife charged with Sikh’s murder in New Zealand – Hindustan Times
• Turban row: US lawm....
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• Punjab officials facing trial to lose public-dealing posts – Hindustan Times
• Two arrested with 3 kg opium in Moga – Hindustan Times
• Amritsar MC defers sealing of hotels – Hindustan Times
• State wants BBMB offices held in rotation by Punjab, Haryana – Hindustan Times
• Panel seeks early redressal of pending SC cases – Hindustan Times
• Wife charged with Sikh’s murder in New Zealand – Hindustan Times
• Turban row: US lawmakers appeal to basketball body – Hindustan Times
• British police find more illegal immigrants – Hindustan Times
• Pak Parliament under siege – The Tribune
• Government to set up 2,500 more suvidha kendras – The Tribune
• 16 yrs on, investors to be refunded Rs 10 cr – The Tribune
• Pak targets Indian posts along LoC in Poonch district – The Tribune
• Court seeks CBI papers, Virbhadra’s affidavit – The Tribune
• ISIS beheads US journalist to ‘avenge’ airstrikes in Iraq – The Times of India
• Canadian province scraps helmet exemption for Sikhs – The Times of India
• Dena Bank, OBC hit by Rs 436-cr fraud – The Times of India
• RBI panel to review taxes on savings – The Times of India
• Militant-cop, released prematurely by Punjab govt, was denied HC relief six times – The Indian Express
• AAP, SAD supporters clash in Talwandi Sabo – The Indian Express
• Cabinet approves hike in royalty rates for minerals – The Indian Express
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Rare case of cancer called ‘Lymphoma of the Bone’

Jammu patient detected with rare cancer treated by Amandeep Hospital Amritsar

By Jagmohan Singh

Amritsar, August 20: Even as incidence of cancers have risen and much awareness is spread about its prevention in certain ways like anti tobacco campaigns, cancer still remains the most fearful disease that has gripped humankind. While some cancers are common and can be managed and patient cured of the disease, some cancers are rare and hard to detect. If detected they are difficult to manage as no precedence is available to follow the procedure....
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By Jagmohan Singh

Amritsar, August 20: Even as incidence of cancers have risen and much awareness is spread about its prevention in certain ways like anti tobacco campaigns, cancer still remains the most fearful disease that has gripped humankind. While some cancers are common and can be managed and patient cured of the disease, some cancers are rare and hard to detect. If detected they are difficult to manage as no precedence is available to follow the procedure. Amandeep Hospital recently encountered a rare case of cancer called ‘Lymphoma of the Bone’.

“ Kaali Singh a 35- year old patient from Jammu working with a tent house came to Amritsar’s Amandeep hospital in January this year with a swollen leg and was detected with the rare ‘Lymphoma of the Bone’ cancer after his biopsy. The cancerous tumour is very aggressive and can occur in any part of the body with the first signs being a rapidly growing mass with occurrence of fever, weight loss and night sweats” stated Amandeep Hospital’s Inconologist and head of the medical team Dr Dilraj Kaur Kahlon . “This was the first case I have seen a person with ‘Lymphoma of the bone’ in the last 6-years of practice in the hospital”, she added.

Quoting medical records the hospital’s director Dr Amandeep stated–“Only 7-8 patients in 100,000 per year are effected by the disease that primarily occurs in older individuals at approximately 70 years of age. However in children and young adults the occurrence is very rare.”

“Kaali was suffering from uncommon type of Lymphoma i.e Lymphoma of Bone. Lymphoma is usually a disease which effects or starts from lymph nodes which are the immune system of body, but in this case the origin of lymphoma was from thigh bone. That is reason that it was labeled as uncommon.”

The patient had to undergo six cycles of Chemotherapy followed by Radio Therapy and was able to recover without the amputation of the limb. Dr Kaur stated that Kaali Singh was in a comfortable condition and is free from cancer. ....
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154 passenger on board IndiGo flight

Indigo Aircraft caught fire after landing in Delhi: Passengers safe

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New Delhi, August 20: It was a narrow escape for over 150 passengers on board in Indigo Aircraft from Mumbai which caught fire after landing at Delhi Airport today. The incident has left few passengers with minor injuries during evacuation.
As the Airbus A-320 aircraft operating flight 6E-176 from Mumbai and carrying 148 passengers and six crew members landed at the IGI Airport around 1530 hours, the Air Traffic Control observed "dense sm....
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New Delhi, August 20: It was a narrow escape for over 150 passengers on board in Indigo Aircraft from Mumbai which caught fire after landing at Delhi Airport today. The incident has left few passengers with minor injuries during evacuation.
As the Airbus A-320 aircraft operating flight 6E-176 from Mumbai and carrying 148 passengers and six crew members landed at the IGI Airport around 1530 hours, the Air Traffic Control observed "dense smoke" coming out of the left-side lower portion and alerted the pilots, airport sources said.
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BKU demands regularization of fountain power connections by converting in general connections

Bharti Kissan Union (Lakhowal) deputation met Powercom Authority

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, August 20 : A deputation led by Ajaib Singh Khaira, National Leader, Bharti Kissan Union (Lakhowal) District. Ferozepur met the XEN Enforcement PCPCL, Powercom authorities.

Later talking to the media persons, Khaira said, “The farmers during the checking by the electricity department have been asked that under Fountain System, Punjab State Electricity Board, the power connections, which are continuing for the last 7-8 years, cannot be used for irrigation of any other ....
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, August 20 : A deputation led by Ajaib Singh Khaira, National Leader, Bharti Kissan Union (Lakhowal) District. Ferozepur met the XEN Enforcement PCPCL, Powercom authorities.

Later talking to the media persons, Khaira said, “The farmers during the checking by the electricity department have been asked that under Fountain System, Punjab State Electricity Board, the power connections, which are continuing for the last 7-8 years, cannot be used for irrigation of any other crop except vegetables and fruits.

Khaira further informed that the Board has ordered to disconnect these connections of the farmers as they are using it for other crops also and there is a great resentment among the farmers on account of fine by the department.

Making an appeal to the government, Khaira said, this fountain connection system should continue as hitherto and it should be converted into the general category so that farmers could not be harassed.


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Will continue fast says Irom Sharmila

Activist Irom Sharmila released from Jail : Protesting against army atrocities

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Imphal, August 20: Irom Sharmila, who has been on a hunger strike in Manipur for 14 years in protest against army atrocities, walked free today with tears in her eyes and without the feeding tube that an entire generation has seen her with.
According to IBN "The fresh air is refreshing," the 42-year-old activist said in her first words after being released from a prison hospital in Imphal where doctors force-fed her to keep her alive.
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Imphal, August 20: Irom Sharmila, who has been on a hunger strike in Manipur for 14 years in protest against army atrocities, walked free today with tears in her eyes and without the feeding tube that an entire generation has seen her with.
According to IBN "The fresh air is refreshing," the 42-year-old activist said in her first words after being released from a prison hospital in Imphal where doctors force-fed her to keep her alive.
She was released after a court found no evidence that she was trying to commit suicide by refusing food.
She says she will continue her fast against a law that gives the army sweeping emergency powers in the northeastern state. Her release means she will not be force-fed by tubes through her nose - as she has been throughout her custody - unless she is arrested again.
"I am crying because I am emotional," she told reporters, adding, "My struggle proves that I am right, justice must be served." Irom Chanu Sharmila began her fast in November 2000, days after 10 people, including two children, were shot dead in Imphal, allegedly by personnel of the Assam Rifles.

Three days later, she was charged with attempt to suicide and arrested. She was 27 then.

She has vowed to continue her battle against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act or AFSPA, described by critics as draconian. The law allows soldiers legal immunity when they are operating in "disturbed areas" or states dealing with separatists or insurgents. Soldiers are allowed to make arrests without warrants or raid any location.

Activists allege the law has been misused and has led to gross human rights violations.

Irom Sharmila was not allowed to vote in this year's election because the law does not allow any citizen in custody to cast a vote.....
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New rates likely to be effective from April 1, 2014

Power Tariff Hike in Punjab by 8 to 10% : PSERC likely to announce on Aug 22

By Gagandeep Sohal

Chandigarh, August 20: Punjab is likely to get another current with the proposed hike in power tariff from 8 to 10%, the formal announcement of which is likely to be made by Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission Chairperson Romila Dubey on August 22, 2014. The sources said that this increase was due on April 1, 2014 but on account of Election Code in Punjab, these new rates could not be implemented. After that the schedule of bye-electio....
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By Gagandeep Sohal

Chandigarh, August 20: Punjab is likely to get another current with the proposed hike in power tariff from 8 to 10%, the formal announcement of which is likely to be made by Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission Chairperson Romila Dubey on August 22, 2014. The sources said that this increase was due on April 1, 2014 but on account of Election Code in Punjab, these new rates could not be implemented. After that the schedule of bye-elections in Punjab for Talwandi Sabo & Patiala was announced for which the voting is scheduled to be held on August 21. Therefore, the announcement of hike in power tariff rates is likely on August 22.
Meanwhile, the Chairperson of PSERC Romila Dubey confirmed to Babushahi.com that the letter of power subsidy to different sections of society from the Punjab Government has already been received. She said that it will be earnest effort of the Commission to put minimum burden on power consumers. At the same time sources said that this increase is likely from 8 to 10%. There is also a proposal in the Commission that increase in power tariff from April 1 will be recovered from the power consumers in installments along with the regular power bills. ....
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TRA’s launches India’s largest report on Educational Institutes

Hindu College is India’s Most Trusted, IIT-D is second, Loyola-Chennai, third

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New Delhi, August 20: Hindu College, Delhi, has been voted India’s Most Trusted Educational Institute in a study by TRA (formerly Trust Research Advisory), a brand analytics and insights company. The study, titled ‘India’s Most Trusted Educational Institutes – 2014-’15’ (MTEI) was conducted among 7710 respondents across 40 cities. Ranked 2nd on the Most Trusted list was IIT – Delhi, followed by Loyola College, Chennai, as India’s ....
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New Delhi, August 20: Hindu College, Delhi, has been voted India’s Most Trusted Educational Institute in a study by TRA (formerly Trust Research Advisory), a brand analytics and insights company. The study, titled ‘India’s Most Trusted Educational Institutes – 2014-’15’ (MTEI) was conducted among 7710 respondents across 40 cities. Ranked 2nd on the Most Trusted list was IIT – Delhi, followed by Loyola College, Chennai, as India’s 3rd Most Trusted, Anna University, Chennai, ranked 4th in the Most Trusted list and Hansraj College, Delhi, was ranked as the 5th Most Trusted. TRA’s study came up with more than 30,000 unique institutes of which the top 1000 are listed in the report. TRA also has two other research studies titled Brand Trust Report (BTR) and India’s Most Attractive Brands (MAB).
N. Chandramouli, CEO, TRA, commented on the importance of education and said, “Education is a fundamental component of society, and quite naturally the quality of an educational institute determines the quality of the students it creates. Unfortunately, however, there is no research that provides a universal metric for comparing different institutes - schools, college, university, coaching classes among others. It is this acute awareness that led us to map the entire education sector topography, hoping to give the students and their parents a universal basis of information and choice in the choice of institute.”
At 6th rank in MTEI is the first school in this list, Delhi Public School, Delhi, 6% Brand Trust Index (BTI) lower than the previous. At 7thrank, and the first Bangalore institution to break into the top 10, is PES University Bangalore with a 15% trust lag from the previous. Behind by 7% BTI is Ramjas College, Delhi, ranked 8thMost Trusted Educational Institute in this list, followed with a negligible difference at ninth rank by, DAV School, Delhi. Jaipur makes a mark among the top ten, only 3% below the previous on trust points, with the entry of the Agarwal SikshaSamiti run Agarwal College located in the Pink City.

About India’s Most Trusted Educational Institutes (MTEI)
Based on TRA’s proprietary 61-Attribute Trust Matrix, India’s Most Trusted Educational Institutes – 2014-’15 is India’s largest and most comprehensive study conducted with 7710 respondents across 40 Indian cities. For the MTEI research each of the respondents (comprising of students, parents and faculty) were queried on over 700 questions, of which 582 were ‘thinking’ questions directly related to the educational institute itself. The study yielded over 7 million datapoints on various aspects of the institutes over 20,000 hours of fieldwork.The MTEI report lists India’s 1000 Most Trusted Educational Institutes, India’s top 200 institutes on Academic Parameters and 120 of India’s Most Preferred Courses. The report is an important guide for anyone making a decision with regard to an educational institute and is available in all major bookstores. The report is priced at Rs. 2400/-
About TRA (formerly Trust Research Advisory)
Trust Research Advisory (TRA), a part of the Comniscient Group, is a brand analytics company dedicated to understanding actionable insights on brands. TRA was conceived in 2008 to decipher, analyze and measure Brand Trust, to make it universally understood and easily applied. Apart from The Brand Trust Report, TRA also publishes India’s Most Attractive Brands, a study based on TRA’s proprietary Attractiveness Quotient Matrix. Committed to create metrics for better resource allocation for brands, TRA owns the copyrights to Brand Trust and Attractiveness Quotient Matrices. To know more, please visit www.trustadvisory.info.....
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Objective of quiz to create awareness & interest in young student community about Banking & Finance

RBI conducts an inter-school quiz to promote Financial Literacy

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Chandigarh, August 20: As part of its continuing initiatives for promoting financial awareness and education, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conducted RBIQ, an Inter-School Quiz. The Jalandhar round of RBIQ was held in the Cambridge International School for Girls, Jalandhar, today.
The main objective of the quiz was to create awareness and interest in
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By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, August 20: As part of its continuing initiatives for promoting financial awareness and education, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conducted RBIQ, an Inter-School Quiz. The Jalandhar round of RBIQ was held in the Cambridge International School for Girls, Jalandhar, today.
The main objective of the quiz was to create awareness and interest in
the young student community about banking and finance, the history and
role of RBI, other banking/ financial institutions, economics, current
affairs, personalities and events that have contributed to the growth
and progress of India over the years.
In the Jalandhar round, 61 teams of students from class IX to XII from various schools participated in the event. The quiz was conducted in a lively environment by the quiz master Mr.Pradeep Atmaram from Greycaps. After the written pre quarter final round, teams from six schools viz.; Eklavya Public School, Delhi Public School, St. Soldier Divine Public School, Seth Hukum Chand S D Public School, Police DAV Public School, Cambridge International School, Phagwara qualified for
the quarter final round on the stage. After the nail biting quarter finals, the team from Police DAV Public School, Jalandhar emerged victorious. This team will now compete in the Zonal Finals and winners of Zonal rounds will compete in the
National Finals. The Teams from St. Soldier Divine Public School and Cambridge International School, Phagwara stood as First and Second Runners-up respectively. The national winners will be given attractive prizes at the hands of the Reserve Bank Governor and the event would be telecast on national television.....
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Film is based on killers of former PM ‘Indra Gandhi’

BJP objects release of Punjabi movie “Kaum De Heere”

By Jagmohan Singh

Amritsar, August 20: BJP fire brand leader and former Punjab Cabinet Minister Lakshmi Kanta Chawla raising her voice against the release of Punjabi Movie “Kaum de Heere” said that it should be banned.

She said that inhabitants of state can’t afford to lose hard earned peaceful situation in Punjab.
Punjab has already experienced heavy bloodshed during the peak days of militancy, how one can forget it, she quipped.
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By Jagmohan Singh

Amritsar, August 20: BJP fire brand leader and former Punjab Cabinet Minister Lakshmi Kanta Chawla raising her voice against the release of Punjabi Movie “Kaum de Heere” said that it should be banned.

She said that inhabitants of state can’t afford to lose hard earned peaceful situation in Punjab.
Punjab has already experienced heavy bloodshed during the peak days of militancy, how one can forget it, she quipped.
She said that this Punjabi movie allegedly attempting to create disturbance while depicting the killer of former Prime Minister as heroes.
Expressing, deep concern, she questioned the accountability of officials of Film Sensor Board, which sanctioned final nod to release such a controversial movie.
A Hindu outfit, Shiv Sena also submitted memorandum to deputy commissioner in resentment, demanding ban on “Kaum de heere”.
However, movie ‘Kaum De Heere’ – the diamonds of community depicts the real saga as how the bodyguards of Indian Prime Minister turned assassinators.

This Punjabi movie solely based upon the killers of then serving Prime Minister ‘Indra Gandhi’ who was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards in the year of 1984.

The theme of the movie narrates sequences wise events, how assassinators - Satwant Singh and Beant Singh , the official bodyguards of the Prime Minister, before assassinating her, had visited the Golden Temple and pledged to take revenge, after seeing the demolished ‘Akal Takht’ (the highest Sikh temporal seat).

“Based on true events, as per the findings of Justice Thakkar Commission, the movie does not aim at creating any controversy. Our only motive is to tell the audience the actual chain of events. We can't change history, but we can learn lessons from it for a safer future,” said Satish Katyal.

Justifying the name of the movie, Ravi said there is nothing wrong in it, describing the killer of ‘Indra Gandhi’ as jewel. He said that Akal takht’ has honored them posthumously as well as the renowned Sikh Institution Shiromani Gurudwara Pharbandak Committee(SGPC) too.

On being asked if picture may trigger communal tension as several Hindu outfits were objecting the theme of the movie, he said, ”Picture was very much balanced. Each and every scene depicted in the movie kept balanced”.....
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Aim of these camps is to create awareness abut youth leadership and community development : Bedi

Nehru Yuva Kendra organizes three days’ Development Camp

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur August 20: The Nehru Yuva Kendra in association with Shaheed Udham Singh Youth Club, , Pojo Ke Uttar, organized 3 days training of youth leadership and community development camp with a aim to give create awareness about chronic diseases like drugs, personally, skill and community development. In this programme, 54 boys and girls participated from different villages.
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur August 20: The Nehru Yuva Kendra in association with Shaheed Udham Singh Youth Club, , Pojo Ke Uttar, organized 3 days training of youth leadership and community development camp with a aim to give create awareness about chronic diseases like drugs, personally, skill and community development. In this programme, 54 boys and girls participated from different villages.
The camp was inaugurated by Rajwinder Kaur, Sarplanch. The key note speakers – Inderpal Singh, lectuer, Lakhbir Singh, Traffic Incharge Dr.G.S.Dhillong, SMO ART, Jagtar Sngh, former DPO, Dr.G.S.Aulakh, DD KYK and Birpartap Singh EO Dairy Devevelopment – expressed their views in detail, on various issues like environment, female foeticide, allied professions, skill and community development, moral values etc.
The concluding programme was presided over by Sarbjit Singh Bedi, Distt. Youth Coordinator, NYK read out the camps report.
Speaking on the occasion, Bedi, DYC, NYK said, the main purpose of these camps is to create self confidence among the youths, attach them with allied professions, aware them about the socials besides helping them to shun the social evils.
The trees were also planted with the assitance of club.
Later, the camp volunteers were issued participation certificates and prominent personalities of the village were also honoured. Gurdev Singh Jossan, Incharge Accounts Section thanked the guests while performing the Master-of-ceremony of the programme with special contribution by Kumari Kuljit Kaur, Vocational Teacher, Gagandeep,Janak Rani NYC and entire teamof the club in the village.
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Haryana Tourism bonanza for state employees on accommodation in its complexes

Haryana Tourism offers discount to Serving & Retired Government officials

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Chandigarh, August 20: Extending a benefit to Haryana’s serving and retired government employees, the Haryana Tourism Corporation has decided to offer them 20 per cent discount on accommodation at its Tourist Complexes across the State. This discount is for private stay by any category of serving or retired Haryana government officials.
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Chandigarh, August 20: Extending a benefit to Haryana’s serving and retired government employees, the Haryana Tourism Corporation has decided to offer them 20 per cent discount on accommodation at its Tourist Complexes across the State. This discount is for private stay by any category of serving or retired Haryana government officials.
Chakrvrty Sharma, Chairman, Haryana Tourism Corporation on announced that the serving and retired officers/officials of Haryana government Departments, Corporations and Boards will get
20 per cent discount on accommodation at all Haryana Tourism Tourist Complexes across the state.
Giving details, Smt. Sumita Misra, Managing Director, Haryana Tourism Corporation informed that an authenticated employee ID with photograph is required on check-in to avail the 20 per cent discount. The discount can be availed by each officer/official either serving or retired on one room at any Tourist Complex per day.
Haryana Tourism, a trailblazer in highway tourism has currently got a network of 42 Tourist Complexes equipped with 807 comfortable
air-conditioned rooms, multi-cuisine restaurants, well-stocked bars,
state-of-the-art Convention Centres and facilities like banquet, conference and multipurpose halls. Haryana Tourism has further diversified and broadened the concept of tourism by focussing on farm tourism, golf tourism, heritage tourism adventure tourism and MICE tourism.
The facility of online booking is available onwww.haryanatourism.gov.in....
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Sentences to undergo 5 years Rigorous Imprisonment with a fine of Rs.15 lakh

CBI convicts then Section Engineer in Disproportionate Assets Case

By SK Vyas

New Delhi, August 20: The Special Judge for CBI Cases, Bhopal has convicted A.K.Dubey, the then Section Engineer (Path Way), WCR. Biaora, Distrit Rajgarh Under Section 13(2)r/w13(1)(e) of Prevention Of Corruption Act, 1988 and sentenced him to undergo five years Rigorous Imprisonment with a fine of Rs.15 lakh.

The CBI had registered a case against the accused on the basis of complaint by its Inspector. It is alleged in the complaint that A.K. Dubey while posted and function....
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By SK Vyas

New Delhi, August 20: The Special Judge for CBI Cases, Bhopal has convicted A.K.Dubey, the then Section Engineer (Path Way), WCR. Biaora, Distrit Rajgarh Under Section 13(2)r/w13(1)(e) of Prevention Of Corruption Act, 1988 and sentenced him to undergo five years Rigorous Imprisonment with a fine of Rs.15 lakh.

The CBI had registered a case against the accused on the basis of complaint by its Inspector. It is alleged in the complaint that A.K. Dubey while posted and functioning as Section Engineer (Path Way), WCR, Biaora, District Rajgarh amassed huge assets to the tune of Rs.15.18/-lakhs (approx.) during the period from 01/01/1994 to 11/04/2006, which were disproportionate to his known sources of income.

After completion of investigation, a charge sheet was filed on 26-05-.2007 U/s 7 & 13(2) r/w 13(1)(e) of PC Act, 1988 in the Court of Special Judge for CBI Cases, Bhopal against Shri A.K. Dubey, the then Section Engineer (P.Way), WCR, Biaora, District Rajgarh.
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Punjab Chief Secretary & Chattisgarh CS are among 8 members of HLC

GoI setup High Level Committee to suggest measures for restructuring of FCI

By Babushahi Bureau

New Delhi, August 20: The Government has decided to set up a High Level Committee (HLC) of distinguished persons and experts to recommend restructuring of FCI after considering various aspects of present structure and functional areas of the organization and consulting various stakeholders. The committee will be headed by Shanta Kumar MP as Chairman. The other members of the Committee are Chief Secretary, Govt. of Punjab or his representative ....
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New Delhi, August 20: The Government has decided to set up a High Level Committee (HLC) of distinguished persons and experts to recommend restructuring of FCI after considering various aspects of present structure and functional areas of the organization and consulting various stakeholders. The committee will be headed by Shanta Kumar MP as Chairman. The other members of the Committee are Chief Secretary, Govt. of Punjab or his representative as Member, Chief Secretary, Govt. of Chhattisgarh or his representative as Member, Prof. G. Raghuram, Dean, IIM, Ahmedabad as Member, Dr. Ashok Gulati, Former Chairman, Commission for Agricultural Costs & Prices as Member, Prof. Gunmadi Nancharaiah, Dean, School of Economics University of Hyderabad as Member, Chairman-cum-Managing Director, FCI as Member & Convener, Ram Sewak Sharma, Secretary (Electronics & IT) as Special Invitee (For the use of technology)

The terms of reference of the HLC are as under:-

• To examine the present day administrative, functional and financial structure of FCI and modus operandi of its various operations.
• To study various models of restructuring or unbundling of and to suggest a best suited model for restructuring or unbundling of FCI to improve its operational efficiency and financial management.
• To suggest measures for overall improvement in management of foodgrains by FCI.
• To define or give suggestions to reorient the role and functions of FCI in MSP operations, storage and distribution of foodgrains and food security systems of the country.
• To suggest a way forward for strengthening and integration of supply chain of foodgrains in the country.
• To suggest most efficient and cost effective model from the point of view of storage and least cost option of moving grains.
• To recommend scientific model of storage.
• To recommend rationalised mode of moving grains including tracking of carriage.
• To suggest the upgradation of technology in management of foodgrains.

The HLC will prepare a Consultation Paper relating to its TORs for circulation among the various stake holders as well as placing it in public domain to invite comments/suggestions. The HLC may visit a few States of both DCP and non-DCP category and will take evidence from State Government authorities, farmers, various players of foodgrains supply chain, public persons etc.
The Food Corporation of India (FCI) is vested with vital responsibilities of the Government, such as procurement, management of Central Pool stocks and distribution of foodgrains to State Government Agencies for various food security programmes. It is commonly perceived that FCI is plagued today with several functional and cost inefficiencies, which need to be removed for efficient management of foodgrains and saving costs.


HLC will submit its report to the Government within a period of three months.....
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Punjab Darbar

Punjab promotes 10 Coaches as District Sports Officers/Assistant Directors

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, August 20: The Punjab Government today promoted 10 coaches/senior coaches of sports department as District Sports Officers/Assistant Directors with immediate effect.
Disclosing this here today, an official spokesperson said that Mahinder Singh, Jasbirpal Kaur, Sukhbir Kaur, Satinderpal Kaur, Karam Singh, Aik Singh, Manohar Singh, Rakesh Kaushal, Darshan Singh and Sukhdev Singh have been promoted as District Sports O....
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Chandigarh, August 20: The Punjab Government today promoted 10 coaches/senior coaches of sports department as District Sports Officers/Assistant Directors with immediate effect.
Disclosing this here today, an official spokesperson said that Mahinder Singh, Jasbirpal Kaur, Sukhbir Kaur, Satinderpal Kaur, Karam Singh, Aik Singh, Manohar Singh, Rakesh Kaushal, Darshan Singh and Sukhdev Singh have been promoted as District Sports Officers/Assistant Directors. He said that these officers would get the pay scale (Group-A) of 10300-34800+5000 grade pay.
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Punjab Darbar

District Judge (Retd) Malhotra appointed convener of Slaughter House Committee

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Chandigarh, August 20: The Punjab Government has appointed M.L. Malhotra, District Judge (Retd) as Convener of Slaughter House Committee. According to the official spokesperson, this appointment has been made for the period of 2 years under the 52 (1) (B) section of the Punjab Municipal Act, 1911.....
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Chandigarh, August 20: The Punjab Government has appointed M.L. Malhotra, District Judge (Retd) as Convener of Slaughter House Committee. According to the official spokesperson, this appointment has been made for the period of 2 years under the 52 (1) (B) section of the Punjab Municipal Act, 1911.....
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By-poll to be held in Talwandi Sabo & Patiala assembly constituency on August 21

Punjab bypolls: Campaign ends, parties make last-ditch efforts to woo voters

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Chandigarh, August 20 (Courtesy: HT): The campaign for Talwandi Sabo and Patiala bypolls came to an end on Tuesday with political parties and their candidates making a last-ditch effort to woo voters throughout the day. The elections are slated for August 21. All the four major contestants, including SAD’s Jeet Mohinder Singh Sidhu, Congress’ Harminder Singh Jassi, AAP candidate Baljinder Kaur and AAP rebel Independent candidate Balkar Singh ....
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Chandigarh, August 20 (Courtesy: HT): The campaign for Talwandi Sabo and Patiala bypolls came to an end on Tuesday with political parties and their candidates making a last-ditch effort to woo voters throughout the day. The elections are slated for August 21. All the four major contestants, including SAD’s Jeet Mohinder Singh Sidhu, Congress’ Harminder Singh Jassi, AAP candidate Baljinder Kaur and AAP rebel Independent candidate Balkar Singh Sidhu in Talwandi went all out to woo the voters.
Following guidelines of the Election Commission prohibiting the presence of outsiders in the constituency, leaders of all political parties, who do not belong to the constituency, preferred to leave before the campaigning came to an end.
In the absence of any top leader of the party in the last leg of the campaign, SAD candidate Jeet Mohinder campaigned in the villages by addressing small gatherings.

With the AAP campaign having got a major boost after party MP Bhagwant Mann joined the campaign from Sunday onwards and the road show of the party’s convener and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday, the party tried to carry out the momentum on the last day as Kejriwal held a road show and addressed gatherings in Talwandi Sabo town. Besides this, Mann too held meetings in villages as well as in the town.
Congress party, besides organising meetings in villages, also held a rally in Raman Mandi, the main town in the constituency after Talwandi Sabo.
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After extensive campaigning sessions over the last fortnight, all candidates made a final attempt to woo voters on the last day for canvassing for the Patiala Urban bypoll scheduled for August 21.

Congress candidate Preneet Kaur, in a show of strength, held a rally in the constituency, while SAD-BJP candidate Bhagwan Dass Juneja and the Aam Aadmi Party’s Harjit Singh Adaltiwala went from door-to-door to seek support.

Accompanied by husband Amarinder Singh and son Raninder Singh, Preneet mounted an open vehicle and the passed through the city, seeking votes with folded hands. CLP leader in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha Sunil Jakhar also accompanied Preneet.

After a series of rallies in his favour, addressed by Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal and deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal, SADBJP candidate Bhagwan Dass Juneja opted for a booth-level campaign. where senior leaders including Anandpur Sahib MP Prem Singh Chandumajra, cabinet ministers Surjit Singh Rakhra, Daljit Singh Cheema, CPS etc.....
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Delhi Darbar: ACC Appointment

IAS Anuj Kumar Bishnoi deputation tenure as Addl. Secy. extended for 3 months

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New Delhi, August 20: Govt. of India has extended the Central deputation tenure of Anuj Kumar Bishnoi, IAS (UP: 81), Additional Secretary in the Department of Defence for a period of three months beyond 24.09.2014.....
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New Delhi, August 20: Govt. of India has extended the Central deputation tenure of Anuj Kumar Bishnoi, IAS (UP: 81), Additional Secretary in the Department of Defence for a period of three months beyond 24.09.2014.....
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Delhi court grants bail to 9 persons involved in 2G scam

Former Minister A Raja & DMK MP Kanimozhi gets bail in 2G scam case

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New Delhi, August 20: The much publicized 2G scam accused former Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and seven others were granted bail by the Delhi Court today.
Media reports that ED had charge sheeted 19 accused - 10 individuals and nine firms - in the case saying that the transaction of Rs 200 crore, which was allegedly paid to DMK-run Kalaignar TV, was "not genuine" and it was a "bribe for grant of telecom licences to DB Group companies".
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New Delhi, August 20: The much publicized 2G scam accused former Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and seven others were granted bail by the Delhi Court today.
Media reports that ED had charge sheeted 19 accused - 10 individuals and nine firms - in the case saying that the transaction of Rs 200 crore, which was allegedly paid to DMK-run Kalaignar TV, was "not genuine" and it was a "bribe for grant of telecom licences to DB Group companies".
The agency had also claimed that its probe into the case emanates from 2G spectrum allocation scam and the accused had allegedly conspired and committed offences under provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

Besides Raja and Kanimozhi, ED had named Swan Telecom promoters Shahid Usman Balwa and Vinod Goenka, Directors of Kusegaon Fruits and Vegetables Pvt Ltd, Asif Balwa and Rajiv Agarwal, Kalaignar TV MD Sharad Kumar, Bollywood producer Karim Morani, Ammal and P Amirtham as accused in the case.

The ED has also named Swan Telecom Pvt Ltd, Kusegaon Realty Pvt Ltd (formerly known as Kusegaon Fruits and Vegetables Pvt Ltd), Cineyug Media and Entertainment Pvt Ltd (formerly known as Cineyug Films Pvt Ltd), Kalaignar TV Pvt Ltd, Dynamix Realty, Eversmile Construction Company Pvt Ltd, Conwood Constructions and Developers (P) Ltd, DB Realty Ltd and Nihar Constructions Pvt Ltd as accused in the case.....
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Accident occurred at Amritsar Loharka bypass just 30 kms away from Attari/Wagah border

Narrow escape of Nankana Sahib-Amritsar Bus passengers in vehicle collision

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Amritsar, August 20: It was narrow escape to Passengers travelling in the Nankana Sahib - Amritsar Bus today when it collided first with pilot and immediate after hit by the police escort vehicle which was following the international bus.

At the time of accident there were only five passenger on board, said police.

Accident occurred at Amritsar Loharka bypass just thirty kilometers away from the Attari/Wagah border. No causality was reported, said police.
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Amritsar, August 20: It was narrow escape to Passengers travelling in the Nankana Sahib - Amritsar Bus today when it collided first with pilot and immediate after hit by the police escort vehicle which was following the international bus.

At the time of accident there were only five passenger on board, said police.

Accident occurred at Amritsar Loharka bypass just thirty kilometers away from the Attari/Wagah border. No causality was reported, said police.

Giving detail about accident, police said that Indian Bus was coming from Nankana Sahib Lahore, Pakistan and heading to Amritsar International Bus Stand.
Accident took place, when bus completed its just thirty kilometers distance after crossing the international border and reached Loharka Bypass, added Punjab police ASI Prabhjot Singh who was present on the spot.
Singh said that Punjab Police pilot Gypsy jeep was moving ahead to Bus collided with the Ford car being driven by female who took all of sudden U-turn. When Pilot jeep hit the Ford car, immediately Bus collided with the pilot vehicle thereafter escort jeep of Punjab police following the bus also collided with the bus from rear.
At the time of accident all the three vehicles Lahore Delhi bus, escort and pilot jeeps were moving at high speed.

Police said that pilot Gypsy jeep was overturned and damaged. Escort jeep following the bus also damaged badly. Three police officials injured in the accident, stated out of danger.

Singh said Bus continued its journey to Amritsar main destination as other police vehicles of Punjab police were attached to pilot and escort the bus.

However, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had flagged off the bus service between Amritsar and Nankana Sahib, the birth place of founder of Sikh religion Guru Nanak Dev, declaring that the road link had opened a "new chapter" between India and Pakistan in March 2006. ....
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Asks Political parties from stooping too low to counter their political rivals

Badal terms Issru shoe hurling incident as a ‘Deep Rooted Political Conspiracy’

Law would take its own course against perpetrators of this Crime

Punjab to witness era of unprecedented development under visionary, dynamic & progressive leadership of Modi

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Modi with modest background well aware of common man’s miseries

Glorious pays tribute to Sant Harchand Singh Longowal

Longowal (Sangrur), August 20: Terming the Issru shoe hurling incident as a ‘deep rooted political conspiracy’, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that the political parties must refrain from stooping too low for countering their political rivals.
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Modi with modest background well aware of common man’s miseries

Glorious pays tribute to Sant Harchand Singh Longowal

Longowal (Sangrur), August 20: Terming the Issru shoe hurling incident as a ‘deep rooted political conspiracy’, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that the political parties must refrain from stooping too low for countering their political rivals.
Interacting with the media persons after paying tribute to Sant Harchand Singh Longowal in a function to mark his 29th martyrdom day here today, the Chief Minister said that it was unfortunate that the Aam Aadmi Party leadership had conceived this act just to counter the growing popularity of Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP government in the state. He said that it was an unfortunate incident which was condemned by one and all. However, Mr. Badal said that as it was a part of the bigger conspiracy so the law would take its own course against the perpetrators of this crime.
Replying to another query, the Chief Minister said that the state government was always ready to have dialogue with any section of the society to redress their grievances. He said that the doors of the state government were always open for everyone to have talk on any issue.
Earlier addressing the mammoth gathering, the Chief Minister vowed to make Punjab a leading state of the country with the proactive help of the NDA government at the centre. He said that the visionary, dynamic and progressive leadership of Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi would help the state government in heralding a new era of unprecedented development in Punjab. Mr. Badal said that the routing out of UPA government from the Centre marks the end of step motherly treatment with the state adding that Punjab would soon reach the pinnacle of its glory under the NDA regime.
The Chief Minister said that as Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi hails from a modest background so he was well aware of the miseries faced by the common man. He said that with a mission to bail out the common man from the vicious circle of poverty and inflation, Mr. Modi was drafting the policies of the Government of India (GoI). However, Mr. Badal said that it was too early to assess the performance of the NDA and the Prime Minister must be given some time to perform.
Lashing out at the Congress party, the Chief Minister, while squarely blaming it for meting out step motherly treatment to the state, said that the Industry and Agriculture of Punjab was ruined due to regressive policies of the Congress party during its six decade long rule in the country. He said that the Congress had never given any big ticket industrial project to the state during their rule and had rather thwarted the attempt of industrialization in the state by giving incentives to the neighboring states. “The Punjabis could never forgive the Congress party as it has irrelevantly meddled in their social, political, economic and even the religious affairs” added Mr. Badal.
Earlier paying rich tributes to Sant Harchand Singh Longowal, the Chief Minister said that the real homage to this great son of soil would be to uphold the hard earned peace, amity, brotherhood and communal harmony in the state. He said that though some forces which were inimical to the progress and development of the state were trying to fan the feelings of hatred and divisiveness in the state but the state government was committed to foil any such attempt by keeping a strict vigil over the entire situation. “We will crush the ugly head of all those forces who aspire to derail the progress and development of state” added Mr. Badal.
Recalling the supreme sacrifice made by Sant Harchand Singh Longowal to safeguard the interests of the Sikh community, the Chief Minister said that Sant Longowal was not only a great Sikh scholar and philosopher but his entire life was an inspiration for the politicians as well as common man. He said that Sant Ji had the distinction of serving the people from all the aspects whether it was religious, social or political. Mr. Badal said that Sant Ji mobilized the people against the anti-Emergency movement and Dharam Yudh Morcha to safeguard the interests of the people.
The Chief Minister further said that Sant Ji had laid down his life for safeguarding the communal harmony, peace and amity to usher in an era of unprecedented development in Punjab. However he said that then Congress Union government had back stabbed Sant Harchand Singh Longowal by not implementing the clauses of Rajeev-Longowal accord, for which the Punjabis could never forgive the Congress.
On the occasion state BJP President Mr. Kamal Sharma, Rajya Sabha MP Mr. Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa and Lok Sabha MP Prof. Prem Singh Chandumajra also offered floral tributes to Sant Longowal.
Prominent amongst those who were present on the occasion included Cabinet Ministers Mr. Parminder Singh Dhindsa and Mr. Chunni Lal Bhagat, Chief Parliamentary Secretaries Babu Parkash Chand Garg and Sant Balvir Singh Ghunas, MLA Mr. Iqbal Singh Jhunda, former Union Minister Mr. Balwant Singh Ramoowalia, former Punjab Ministers Mr. Gobind Singh Kaanjla and Mr. Gobind Singh Longowal and Special Principal Secretary of Chief Minister Dr. S Karunaraju. ....
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IAS/HCS Transfers/Postings

3 IAS & 13 HCS officers transferred in Haryana

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Chandigarh, August 20: (Courtesy : HT) : Haryana government today issued transfer and posting orders of three IAS and 13 HCS officers with immediate effect.
Among the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers, Arun Kumar Gupta, Director General (DG) and Secretary, Food and Supplies Department, Managing Director, CONFED and DG Science and Technology has been given the additional charge of DG and Secretary, Transport Department relieving Ramesh Krishan of the charge.

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Chandigarh, August 20: (Courtesy : HT) : Haryana government today issued transfer and posting orders of three IAS and 13 HCS officers with immediate effect.
Among the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers, Arun Kumar Gupta, Director General (DG) and Secretary, Food and Supplies Department, Managing Director, CONFED and DG Science and Technology has been given the additional charge of DG and Secretary, Transport Department relieving Ramesh Krishan of the charge.

Amna Tasneem, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Hodal (designate) has been posted as SDO (Civil), Ratia in place of Umed Singh Mohan, an official release said here today.

Dhirendra Khadgata, SDO (Civil), Bawal (designate) has been posted as SDO (Civil), Ellenabad in place of Subhash Sheoran.

Among the Haryana Civil Service (HCS) officers, Anju Chaudhry, City Magistrate, Rewari has been posted as Additional Director (Administration), Medical College, Nalhar, Mewat against a vacant post.

Mahavir Kaushik, awaiting posting orders, has been posted as Additional Chief Electoral Officer against a newly created post.

Surinder Singh, General Manager, Haryana Roadways, Sonepat has also been posted against a vacant post as the Managing Director, Cooperative Sugar Mills, Sonepat.....
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Prof. Sandhu inspired participants to work hard & be innovative & creative

UGC, Secy. Prof. J S Sandhu inaugurates 103rd Orientation Course organized by the PU

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Chandigarh, August 20: University Grants Commission, Secretary, Prof Jaspal Singh Sandhu today inaugurated the 103rd Orientation Course organized by the UGC-Academic Staff College (ASC), Panjab University (PU), Chandigarh.
Prof Sandhu in his inaugural address spoke about teachers’ dignity and emphasized that teachers’ should be allowed all kinds of facilities and comforts but they should in turn also be accountable and responsible by t....
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Chandigarh, August 20: University Grants Commission, Secretary, Prof Jaspal Singh Sandhu today inaugurated the 103rd Orientation Course organized by the UGC-Academic Staff College (ASC), Panjab University (PU), Chandigarh.
Prof Sandhu in his inaugural address spoke about teachers’ dignity and emphasized that teachers’ should be allowed all kinds of facilities and comforts but they should in turn also be accountable and responsible by themselves. He also inspired the participants to work hard and be innovative and creative.
PU ASC, Director Prof Karamjeet Singh thanked Prof Sandhu and briefed the participants about the course stating that eminent personalities have been invited to interact with the participants and the course content will be of high quality so that there is a lot of value addition to the participants after they complete the course.
PU Dean Research, Prof Lalit Bansal was also present in the ceremony.
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Only few centers in India have started this type of knee replacement: Dr. Parampreet Singh Nagpal

Dr. Nagpal’s hip & knee Joint replacement center introduces 4th generation knee joint implant

By SK Vyas

Bathinda, August 20: Dr. Nagpal’s hip & knee Joint replacement center today introduced the latest knee replacement implant in the world with Mobile Bearing technology. This knee implant offers patients the advantage of near normal knee motion combined with less wear and tear which means that patients can now do daily activities like stair climbing, brisk walking, gardening, playing golf etc. This has been possible due to the better conformity o....
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Bathinda, August 20: Dr. Nagpal’s hip & knee Joint replacement center today introduced the latest knee replacement implant in the world with Mobile Bearing technology. This knee implant offers patients the advantage of near normal knee motion combined with less wear and tear which means that patients can now do daily activities like stair climbing, brisk walking, gardening, playing golf etc. This has been possible due to the better conformity of this knee within its components on the patient’s bone compared to other conventional implants being in use so far.
Dr Parampreet Singh Nagpal, Consultant and Head of Orthopaedics and Joint replacement at Nagpal Superspeciality Hospital, Bathinda, stated that only few centers in India have started this type of knee replacement.
Explaining about this knee replacement surgery, Dr Nagpal said that Indian knee bones are smaller as compared to the knee bones of the western population. For knee replacement surgery, lot of bone had to be cut to fit the knee prosthesis but with this knee implant, less bone is cut, and hence the fit is better, thus promising more motion and stability in the operated knee. The new design- Sigma PS 150 accommodates up to 150 degrees of knee bending and lasts longer, as the wear rate is quite less. He further stated that this type of surgery would be beneficial in the younger and high demanding patients who want more out of their everyday life.
Dr Aaron Ng, who is visiting Nagpal Superspeciality Hospital,to share his wealth of experience; is a world authority in the knee replacement surgery and has seen lot many advancements in knee replacement surgery. Mobile bearing design has clinical studies that have revealed much lower rate of wear of the implant as compared to other fixed bearing designs which leads to longer survivorship of implant.
Implants like these are also suitable in cases of severely deformed knees like in get the case of rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis can be a very debilitating disease. It is not only a painful joint disease but also leaves patients immobile in severe cases. So was in the case of Inderjeet Kaur, 68 year old woman hailing from Muktsar who has been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis for the past 20 years. She was forced to leave a bed-ridden life as the disease became more severe. This is when once of her relatives asked her to consult with Dr Nagpal, an orthopaedic surgeon and a specialist in treating joint related disorders.
Dr Nagpal implanted the latest deep flexion implant, PS150 in Inderjeet's knees which would have gone worse had they been left untreated any longer. PS150, the latest in knee replacement technology, is specially designed keeping in mind Asian patients need to bend their knees for their daily activities like praying, gardening, sitting cross-legged etc. additionally, it comes with mobile bearing feature that gives the knee implant long-lasting life with much less wear than traditional knee implants. For Kaur, who is currently taking physiotherapy sessions to bring her knee muscles to start moving after many years, this is nothing but a fresh lease of life.
Gurdev Kaur 75 years female from a village near Moga and Veena Rani 64 years female who were suffering from rheumatoid arthritis for the past many years also got implanted this fourth generation implant. Dr Aaron Ng, FRCS from UK, was here to oversea the surgical procedure.
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188 students including 86 girls & 102 boys from different faculties took part in it with full enthusiasm

DBU organizes Cross country race dedicated to Indian Independence

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Chandigarh, August 20: Desh Bhagat University organised an inter college/faculty cross country Race dedicated to Indian Independence. 188 students including 86 girls and 102 boys from different faculties took part in it with full enthusiasm. The race began early in the morning and was flagged off by University Registrar Dr. Virinder Singh. He encouraged the students to follow sportsman spirit and to be responsible citizens of the country. The rac....
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Chandigarh, August 20: Desh Bhagat University organised an inter college/faculty cross country Race dedicated to Indian Independence. 188 students including 86 girls and 102 boys from different faculties took part in it with full enthusiasm. The race began early in the morning and was flagged off by University Registrar Dr. Virinder Singh. He encouraged the students to follow sportsman spirit and to be responsible citizens of the country. The race started from the university and finished at Mandi Chowk, Gobindgarh. Although, the competition was tough but it was a source of great education and entertainment for the students who showed great interest. In boys category, Faculty of Ayurveda and Research Student Ankush Rahar was the first to cross the finishing line followed by Rajpal (Faculty of Engineering & Technology) who was placed second and Gurpreet (Faculty of Computer Science & Application) stood third.
Though for girls, the finishing point distance was less than the boys but they ran with full thrill. Lakhwinder (Faculty of Art & Craft) stood first, Ramandeep Kaur (Faculty of Computer Science & Application) stood second and Lovepreet (Faculty of Engineering & Technology) was declared third in this competition. The winning students were honoured by university Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh, who stated that this race was dedicated to all the martyrs of our country who fought the battle of Independence. He urged the students to remain fit and keep away from drugs & all kind of bad habits so that they may contribute to country’s progress. He also congratulated the staff members for the excellent arrangements of the race.
University Pro Chancellor Tejinder Kaur and Vice Chancellor Dr. Shalini Gupta while congratulating the winning players said that the important thing in a game is not to win or lose but to play in the true sportsman spirit. They patted the backs of all the participating students. They further said that Desh Bhagat University is providing all types of facilities for all the major indoor and outdoor games to its students so that they are able to attain the desired heights in the field of sports. Controller of Examination Dr. Inderjeet Singh Sethi, Director Faculty of Engineering and Technology Dr. Pardeep Singh Cheema, Director Academic, Dr. Rajesh Goyal, Director Faculty of Ayurveda and Research Dr. Kulbhushan and other faculty members were also present on the occasion. The tournament was held under the supervision of sports coordinators Bhupinder Singh, and Coach Nandan Singh.....
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Exercise to ensure people’s participation & participation of technical institutions in development of State

Punjab Govt. to initiate techno-social audit of Infrastructure Projects

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Chandigarh, August 20: In pursuance of the vision & directions of the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister outlined in a meeting of all Deputy Commissioners and senior officers recently, the Punjab Government has started preparation to initiate social audit of all the infrastructure projects in the State .The aim of this exercise is to bring more transparency into implementation of infrastructure projects of the State.
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Chandigarh, August 20: In pursuance of the vision & directions of the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister outlined in a meeting of all Deputy Commissioners and senior officers recently, the Punjab Government has started preparation to initiate social audit of all the infrastructure projects in the State .The aim of this exercise is to bring more transparency into implementation of infrastructure projects of the State.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson of the Punjab Government said that in a brain-storming session held under the chairmanship of Mr. Sarvesh Kaushal, Chief Secretary, Punjab,It was felt that social audit should be conducted for various Infrastructure projects being implemented by various departments like Public Works Department (PWD), PIDB, Irrigation, Local Government, Housing & Urban Development,Mandi Board etc. It was also suggested in the meeting that top engineering institutes in the State should be associated for the purpose. It was informed that 6 engineering colleges of the State including Punjab Engineering College (PEC), Thapar University and others have already given their consent to carry out the techno-social audit of various ongoing and future infrastructure projects of the State. It was recommended that dedicated funds to the tune to 0.5 percent of the total project cost should be earmarked to finance these technical institutes for conducting the social audit and for capacity building.
It was also suggested in the meeting that concerned Administrative Secretaries of the State involved in the implementation of infrastructure projects should randomly select 10% of the total number of projects being implemented by them. These 10% projects would be selected each from 3 slabs of project value i.e. 0-5 crore, 5-10 & 10-50 crore. It was also decided that for the projects with value more than Rs. 50 crores, the expert services of well-established public sector undertakings such as Engineers India Limited (EIL) of Govt of India would be hired as Project Management Consultants.
Chief Secretary has also issued directions to all the concerned departments to upload the entire information regarding the infrastructure projects on the official website clearly mentioning the scope of the projects, estimates, status, timeline etc. He also directed the departments to put sign boards at the sites of the projects indicating details of the project, contractor, timeline and the concerned supervisory officer along with the name and telephone number of the person to whom any complaint needs to be addressed by general public. Departments have also been asked to strengthen the citizen grievance mechanism to ensure the public participation in the overall development of the state.
Chief Secretary also directed to upgrade the Quality Manuals of the departments to ensure effective evaluation of the infrastructure projects of the state. He suggested the departments to take technical advice from top level experts of the given field.
While explaining the vision of the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister in this regard to the officers, Chief Secretary emphasised to all officers that Techno-social audit would help to gauge the usefulness of the projects to the end users, rectify the deficiencies in implementation process and help in redesigning the objectives, focus and mode of implementation if necessary. He said that Techno- Social audit has become one of the most popular accountability tools used across the globe for better formulation, implementation and evaluation of various projects & schemes from social perspectives.....
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Calls for forceful implementation of post-matric scholarship Scheme

Pb. Schedule Caste Commission seeks early settlement of pending cases of SCs

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Chandigarh, August 20: The Punjab State Commission for Scheduled Castes today had detailed deliberations with Chief Secretary Mr. Sarvesh Kaushal and impressed upon him for taking early steps to meet the pending issues of SC community.

Chairman of Punjab State Scheduled Caste Commission, Mr. Rajesh Bagha accompanied by Commission Member Mr. Parkash Singh Gardhi wala in the meeting with Mr. Kaushal also called for the forceful implementation of the ongoing Post Matric Scholarship ....
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Chandigarh, August 20: The Punjab State Commission for Scheduled Castes today had detailed deliberations with Chief Secretary Mr. Sarvesh Kaushal and impressed upon him for taking early steps to meet the pending issues of SC community.

Chairman of Punjab State Scheduled Caste Commission, Mr. Rajesh Bagha accompanied by Commission Member Mr. Parkash Singh Gardhi wala in the meeting with Mr. Kaushal also called for the forceful implementation of the ongoing Post Matric Scholarship Scheme meant for the meritorious children belonging to the under privileged community in the state. Emphasizing the need to monitor the scheme so that it could cater to the maximum number of the SC students, Mr. Bagha expressed apprehension that a few government and private institutions have been charging admission fee from the parents of the under privileged students whose income is less than Rs. 2 Lakh per annum. He also demanded a strict action against such institutions which were exploiting the scheduled castes students in the state.
The Chairman also said that the Punjab State Scheduled Caste Commission has always been guarding the interests of the under privileged and down trodden sections of the society. The main objective of the Commission is to identify the problems being faced by the members of this community besides focusing on the time bound redressal of their grievances.

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Farmers should adopt agriculture based professions by leaving traditional crops circle: Kamal Sharma

Horticulture, Agriculture & Krishi Vigyan jointly organize District Level Bee-keeping Training Seminar

Govt. provides Rs.80,000 subsidy on 50 Box Unit : Sharma

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, August 20: With the aim of motivating the farmers to come out of traditional crop circles by adopting the agriculture based professions, Horticulture, Agriculture & Krishi Vigyan jointly organized District Level Bee-keeping Training Seminar.

The seminar was formally inaugurated by Kamal Sharma, Punjab BJP President in the presence of Er.DPS Kharbanda, DC and presided over by V.K.Sharma, Commissioner, Ferozepur Division.

In the seminar, various experts im....
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, August 20: With the aim of motivating the farmers to come out of traditional crop circles by adopting the agriculture based professions, Horticulture, Agriculture & Krishi Vigyan jointly organized District Level Bee-keeping Training Seminar.

The seminar was formally inaugurated by Kamal Sharma, Punjab BJP President in the presence of Er.DPS Kharbanda, DC and presided over by V.K.Sharma, Commissioner, Ferozepur Division.

In the seminar, various experts imparted technical knowledge to the farmers with regard to bee-keeping, income from this profession and the subsidy available from the government. A booklet on bee-keeping was also released on this occasion.

Kamal Sharma speaking to the audience, the wheat and paddy crops are not profitable now in view of various factors like division of land, increase in cost production etc. and the farmer can increase his income by adopting various other agriculture based professions like bee-keeping, agriculture of flowers, dairy, animal keeping etc.

Er.DPSKharbanda said, with the collective efforts of the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Agriculture and Horticulture Departments have arranged bank loans after bee-keeping training for 5 days apart from making its marketing arrangements by having liaison with the honey purchasers and exporters so that there is no problem to the farmers at the time of marketing of the product.

Kharbanda also highlighted the various subsidies available to prosper the profession of bee keeping.

He further said, the aim of the government is to attach the farmers towards the diversification of agriculture based professions by taking them out of the traditional crop circles. He said, while there will be decrease of ground-water level with the comprehensive sowing of paddy, the farmer can uplift his standard of living by adopting the allied agriculture based professions. Advising the farmers to sow maximum vegetables and plant trees, he said, there is increase in crop yields also by bee-keeping as bees are helpful in pollination of the grains.

He also said, not only the honey is produced from the bees, rather royal jelly bee poison is also extracted which is used in life saving drugs of human-beings.

Apart from others, Amit Kumar, ADC, Sundeep Kumar Garha, SDM, Sukhmandar Singh, AC(G), Paramjit Singh, CAO,Dr.Yuvraj Singh Pandha, Dy.Director KYK, Resham Singh,DD Horti. Ashok Behal, Secretary Red Cross were present.
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