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Tree Plantation helps in enhancing pollution-free green environment: Dr.Sidhu

Lions Club celebrates Van Mahotsav in SBS Tech. Campus in Ferozepur

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 23: Tree plantation day (Van Mahotsava) was celebrated in S.B.S. State Technical Campus (Poly Wing), Ferozepur in collaboration with Lions Club Ferozepur Ashirwad. More than 500 shadowy, fruit bearing and aesthetic tree saplings were planted in the Technical Campus ground on this occasion.

Dinesh Lakra, Chairman-BOG was Chief Guest during this tree plantation drive. Dr. T. S. Sidhu, Campus Director and Gazal Preet Arneja, Principal-Poly Wing welcomed all the disti....
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 23: Tree plantation day (Van Mahotsava) was celebrated in S.B.S. State Technical Campus (Poly Wing), Ferozepur in collaboration with Lions Club Ferozepur Ashirwad. More than 500 shadowy, fruit bearing and aesthetic tree saplings were planted in the Technical Campus ground on this occasion.

Dinesh Lakra, Chairman-BOG was Chief Guest during this tree plantation drive. Dr. T. S. Sidhu, Campus Director and Gazal Preet Arneja, Principal-Poly Wing welcomed all the distinguished members from Lions Club, Ferozepur Ashirwad.

Gurjeevan Singh, Chairman-ACHIEVER’s Society; Lion Deepak Sharma (President); Lion Er. S. P. Jakhu (Zone Chairman); Lion Amit Batra (Secretary); Lion Gagan Aggarwal (PRO); Lion Sunil Gakhar (Treasurer); Lion Satokh Takhi (Vice President); Lion Dr. Nirmal Joshi; Lion Rajiv Setia; Lion Amit Gakhar; Lion Amit Tandon; Lion Dr. Alok Batra; Sh Narinder Singh Bajwa; Sh. Gurpreet Singh and other faculty and staff were present.


Dr. T. S. Sidhu, Campus Director appreciated the efforts of Lions Club Ferozepur Ashirwad and Polytechnic Wing faculty and students in promoting general awareness about the benefits of plantation trees and enhancing pollution free green environment.
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Member Parliament S. Ravneet Singh Bittu today raised in Lok Sabha

students being denied admissions in most of the colleges in Punjab

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Chandigarh, July 23: Member Parliament S. Ravneet Singh Bittu today raised in Lok Sabha the grave issue of students being denied admissions in most of the colleges in Punjab. Sharing the pain of the students and the agony of their parents, bittu said, in my constituency even those students who have scored around 80 per cent are being denied admissions by the colleges.

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Chandigarh, July 23: Member Parliament S. Ravneet Singh Bittu today raised in Lok Sabha the grave issue of students being denied admissions in most of the colleges in Punjab. Sharing the pain of the students and the agony of their parents, bittu said, in my constituency even those students who have scored around 80 per cent are being denied admissions by the colleges.

The government as well as the private colleges are flooded with applications from students seeking admissions to various academic, professional as well as vocational courses, Ravneet advised the government to introduce “Shift System” in colleges to tide over the crisis situation.
He said, the government should instruct the college authorities to remove the ceiling on student intake, divide the admitted students into two batches and conduct classes for each batch in two different sessions. One batch can attend classes during the morning session, which could be between 8 am to 1 pm, while the second session can be held between 2 pm to 7 pm, he opined.

Ravneet said, the college managements should be asked to ensure admission to all applicants and tackle the shortage of teaching faculty by going in for recruitment. The move, he added, will not only ensure that no student seeking admission in the college of his choice is turned away on account of inadequate classrooms and teaching faculty but will also provide employment opportunities to capable educated youth as faculty members.....
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Haryana Darbar

Pension Adalat to resolve problems of pensioners of HPGCL at Yamunanagar on July 25

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 23 : In order to resolving on the spot grievances of pensioners and family pensioners of Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL), a Pension Adalat would be held at Conference Hall, Administrative Block, Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Plant, Yamunanagar on July 25,2014 from 11.30 AM to 2.00 PM.
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Chandigarh, July 23 : In order to resolving on the spot grievances of pensioners and family pensioners of Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL), a Pension Adalat would be held at Conference Hall, Administrative Block, Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Plant, Yamunanagar on July 25,2014 from 11.30 AM to 2.00 PM.
While giving information here today, an official spokesman said that the pension Adalat would be chaired by the Director,Finance, HPGCL. Any pensioner of HPGCL who have grievances regarding payment of his or her pension or family pension could attend this pension Adalat.....
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Till date pilgrims paid obeisance toll 3,11,725

6,849 pilgrims pay obeisance at the Holy Cave today

By SK Vyas

Srinagar, July 23: As many as 6,849 devotees paid obeisance before the Ice Lingam till Tuesday. With this, a total of 3,11,725 pilgrims have paid obeisance at the Holy Cave since the commencement of Shri Amarnathji Yatra.....
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By SK Vyas

Srinagar, July 23: As many as 6,849 devotees paid obeisance before the Ice Lingam till Tuesday. With this, a total of 3,11,725 pilgrims have paid obeisance at the Holy Cave since the commencement of Shri Amarnathji Yatra.....
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Shrine Board announces ex-gratia relief

Accidental fire in langar at Baltal kills four and injures two persons: Shri Amarnathji

By SK Vyas

Srinagar, July 23 : Four persons identified as Sandeep, son of Tarsem; Gurdeep Singh, son of Baldev; Babu Singh; and Yadvinder Singh, son of Najjar Singh, lost their lives due to an accidental fire in Domel (near Baltal Camp) in the kitchen of the Shri Shiv Shakti Sewa Mandal, Bhandara which comes from Budhlada in Punjab, in the wee hours on Tuesday.

This was stated by the spokesperson of the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board,by way of an e-mail communication.It said that the first....
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By SK Vyas

Srinagar, July 23 : Four persons identified as Sandeep, son of Tarsem; Gurdeep Singh, son of Baldev; Babu Singh; and Yadvinder Singh, son of Najjar Singh, lost their lives due to an accidental fire in Domel (near Baltal Camp) in the kitchen of the Shri Shiv Shakti Sewa Mandal, Bhandara which comes from Budhlada in Punjab, in the wee hours on Tuesday.

This was stated by the spokesperson of the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board,by way of an e-mail communication.It said that the first two persons were from Mansa , and the other two from Maur Mandi in Bhatinda (both from Punjab).

Two persons, Manjeet Singh, son of Buta Singh, and Jasvir Singh, son of Bhola Singh, both residents of Bhatinda, were injured in this accident.

On receiving the information about the accident, the Governor, N.N. Vohra, who is also the Chairman of Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board, announced an ex-gratia relief of Rs.1.00 lakh in favour of the next-of-kin of the deceased.Vohra also directed the Chairman that all expenditures incurred on the transportation of the dead bodies to the native places of the deceased on their cremation would be borne by the Board.

In so far as those who were injured, all of them will be provided medical treatment by the Shrine Board.

The Chairman and the CEO, Rakesh K. Gupta, have conveyed their heartfelt sympathy to the families of the persons who lost their lives in this morning’s tragic accident.....
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News From Print Media

Headlines from newspapers – Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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• Law on property tax tweaked despite walkout – Hindustan Times
• Bathinda refinery pollution: NHRC sends notices, seeks report from HPCL, states – Hindustan Times
• US Sikh group starts campaign against Modi – Hindustan Times
• ‘DGP flouted rules to buy vehicles worth Rs 23 cr’ – Hindustan Times
• 11-member Haryana panel to take up SYL canal case with PM Modi – Hindustan Times
• RIL wants higher price for gas, upset worth $8.4/unit ....
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By Babushahi Bureau

• Law on property tax tweaked despite walkout – Hindustan Times
• Bathinda refinery pollution: NHRC sends notices, seeks report from HPCL, states – Hindustan Times
• US Sikh group starts campaign against Modi – Hindustan Times
• ‘DGP flouted rules to buy vehicles worth Rs 23 cr’ – Hindustan Times
• 11-member Haryana panel to take up SYL canal case with PM Modi – Hindustan Times
• RIL wants higher price for gas, upset worth $8.4/unit – Hindustan Times
• After Lord’s, brands set to chase Ishant, Bhuvi, others – Hindustan Times
• Govt okays 4 rail links along China frontier – The Tribune
• Central agencies going soft on cartels, says Punjab’s White Paper on drugs – The Tribune
• PTU set to lose control over 238 colleges – The Tribune
• Remove task force members from gurdwaras: HSGPC to govt – The Tribune
• Four from Punjab die in cylinder blast in Baltal (J&K) – The Tribune
• Four new airlines get flying licence – The Tribune
• Pak violated ceasefire 19 times since May 26: Jaitley – The Tribune
• Turban row at basketball meet – The Times of India
• CJI to govt: Don’t blame us for delay, look within – The Indian Express
• Ex-contractor facing CBI probe is V.K. Singh’s ‘political attache’ – The Indian Express
• Graft-tainted IAS couple sacked – The Indian Express
• CAG sting to govt: 68% of current debt utilised to repay earlier debt – The Indian Express
• Maneka says Domestic Violence Act must protect mothers-in-law too – The Indian Express
• RBI scraps upper limit on gold loans by banks – The Indian Express
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Citizens led by Ashok Dunike President Beopar Mandal meet SSP demands action against cops

Case registered against ASI Jaswant Singh & 3 others for assault of Lakshay Jindal

Strong resentment in people against the Kotwali Police in Bathinda

By Amritpal Brar

Bathinda, July 22: The Bathinda police have booked four police officials who had beaten up Lakshay Jindal and his two friends under the influence of liquor outside Mittal Mall on Sunday night. Those booked are ASI Jaswant Singh, Constable Sandeep Singh, the SHO’s Kotwali driver Sapinder Singh and Constable Sartaj Singh.

Senior Superintendent of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar told media persons that two cases have been registered by the police. One case against the two groups of yout....
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By Amritpal Brar

Bathinda, July 22: The Bathinda police have booked four police officials who had beaten up Lakshay Jindal and his two friends under the influence of liquor outside Mittal Mall on Sunday night. Those booked are ASI Jaswant Singh, Constable Sandeep Singh, the SHO’s Kotwali driver Sapinder Singh and Constable Sartaj Singh.

Senior Superintendent of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar told media persons that two cases have been registered by the police. One case against the two groups of youth who were fighting outside the Mittal Mall and other case against the police officials who assaulted Lakshay Jindal and his two friends.

There was strong resentment in people of Bathinda against the beating of the Lakshay Jindal who is grandson of a prominent businessman & President of Beopar Mandal Bathinda Kasturi Lal. Pavas Jindal, brother of the victim told media persons that Lakshay with his friends Rishu and Sameer Chhabra, had gone to have ice-cream at the mall where some other youth had a fight.

ASI Jaswant Singh, the SHO’s driver constable Sapinder Singh, constable Sandeep Singh and constable Sartaj Singh reached the spot and started beating up Lakshay and his friends without any reason , constable Sapinder Singh, who was heavily drunk, started abusing and beating up Lakshay said Pavas Jindal. Lakshay got injuries and he was admitted to civil hospital where his MLR was conducted which showed 27 marks on his body. Large number of citizens met the Kotwali Inspector Mahesh Kumar but he did not listen to citizens for than one hour said Kasturi Lal grand father of Lakshay Jindal.

Resident of Bathinda led by Ashok Dhunike, president, Punjab Beopar Mandal met the SSP and then a case was registered against all the accused.
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Police was not presenting the challan in 60 days

Vigilance Bureau team arrests ASI of Raman mandi taking bribe red handed

By Amritpal Brar

Bathinda, July 22 : Janak Singh DSP of Vigilance Bureau led team arrested an Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) at Rama Mandi for accepting a bribe of Rs 5,000 from Jaskaran Singh resident of village Kalewander near Talwandi sabo in lieu of filing challan in the court within 60 days.

A case under Section 306 of the IPC was registered against the brother in law of Jaskarn at Raman police station and his brother-in-law was arrested and sent to Central Jail, Bathinda. The Raman Police was to....
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By Amritpal Brar

Bathinda, July 22 : Janak Singh DSP of Vigilance Bureau led team arrested an Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) at Rama Mandi for accepting a bribe of Rs 5,000 from Jaskaran Singh resident of village Kalewander near Talwandi sabo in lieu of filing challan in the court within 60 days.

A case under Section 306 of the IPC was registered against the brother in law of Jaskarn at Raman police station and his brother-in-law was arrested and sent to Central Jail, Bathinda. The Raman Police was to present his challan within 60 days. So Jaskaran went to met ASI Darshan Singh and requested him to present the challan of the case in the court. Darshan then allegedly demanded Rs 10,000 from him stating he would have to pay the fee if he wanted the challan to be filed in the court.

Unable to fulfil the demand Jaskarn complained to the Vigilance Bureau and told them the whole story. A trap was then laid by the police. When Darshan went to give Rs 5,000, the police caught Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Darshan Singh red-handed. A case under Sections 7, 13(2) and 88 of the Prevention of Corruption Act has been registered at the Vigilance Bureau police station in Bathinda.
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Families call off protest, call on Sushma

Harsimrat takes up the issue of Iraq stranded persons with Sushma

By Babushahi Bureau

New Delhi, July 22: Union Food Processing Minister Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal today met the 24 protesting families who are demanding safe and early return of their wards stranded in Iraq and advised them to call off their indefinite protest.

Mrs. Badal had gone to Jantar-Mantar to apprise the families from Punjab, Bihar and Himachal Pradesh, that their wards were safe in Iraq and that the centre was taking best possible measures for their early return.

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New Delhi, July 22: Union Food Processing Minister Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal today met the 24 protesting families who are demanding safe and early return of their wards stranded in Iraq and advised them to call off their indefinite protest.

Mrs. Badal had gone to Jantar-Mantar to apprise the families from Punjab, Bihar and Himachal Pradesh, that their wards were safe in Iraq and that the centre was taking best possible measures for their early return.

Extending an appeal to families to call off their protest as the Union government was leaving no stone unturned to get back Indians from disturbed Iraq. She said the families should cooperate and coordinate with the Union Government instead of lodging such protests.

Agreeing with Mrs. Badal the families accompanied her for a meeting with Union External Affairs Minister Mrs. Sushma Swaraj to know the current situation. In a meeting which lasted for almost two hours, Mrs. Swaraj informed the aggrieved families that the Union Government was constantly in touch with Indian officials there in Iraq and they were sending minute to minute reports. She said they have opened various communication channels for safe and secure return of Indians.

The family members of youth stranded in Iraq apprised the Minister that their 41 wards were trapped in Iraq. The Minister assured them that as per the reports obtained from Indian officials all the Indians were safe and secure. She said since the situation was very serious there the Indian government was finding a safe passage to bring all Indians back to their homeland.....
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Haryana FM Chatha reiterates firmness on HSGPC: Not to withdraw Act

Modi Government exploring options for intervention to stall HSGPC Act in Haryana

Law ministry suggests three options including dismissal of Hooda Govt

Haryana Government will not make a reference to President of India to HSGPC Issue: Chatha

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: As part of the strategy of the Central Government to stall the implementation of HSGPC Act, the Central Government has sought comments from the Union Law Ministry which has given three suggestions including Removal of Haryana Governor Jagannath Pahadia, Referring Haryana Act to President of India and suspension of Haryana Government followed by imposition of President Rule.
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By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: As part of the strategy of the Central Government to stall the implementation of HSGPC Act, the Central Government has sought comments from the Union Law Ministry which has given three suggestions including Removal of Haryana Governor Jagannath Pahadia, Referring Haryana Act to President of India and suspension of Haryana Government followed by imposition of President Rule.
As the Haryana Government’s tenure is due to end in the next few months, it is being contemplated that Haryana Assembly Elections may be conducted possibly in the month of August with imposition of immediate Code of Conduct.

Meanwhile, Haryana Finance Minister Harmohinder Singh Chattha while replying to the queries of journalists reiterated his firm stand that Haryana Government is solidly behind the Sikh Sangat of Haryana. He made it clear that if the Central Government dismisses Haryana Government on the issue of separate Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, the Government is prepared for that also. He said that Haryana Government has framed Separate Sikh panel after thoughtful deliberations and the State Government will neither withdraw it nor make reference to the President of India. He further blamed the central Government for pressurizing tactics against Haryana Government on the issue.
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Punjab Assembly passes Prevention of Damage to Public and Private Property Bill, 2014

Property damage during agitations to attract imprisonment & fine in Punjab

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Chandigarh, July 22: Punjab Assembly today passed a bill for Prevention of Damage of Public or Private Property 2014 in the State during strike or road blocking attracting imprisonment up to one year along with fine. Though opposition Congress Party opposed this law but the State Government took the stand that the bill was introduced on the directions of the Apex Court. Under the law, definition of damaging act include agitation, strike, dharna....
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Chandigarh, July 22: Punjab Assembly today passed a bill for Prevention of Damage of Public or Private Property 2014 in the State during strike or road blocking attracting imprisonment up to one year along with fine. Though opposition Congress Party opposed this law but the State Government took the stand that the bill was introduced on the directions of the Apex Court. Under the law, definition of damaging act include agitation, strike, dharna, bandh or demonstration, blockade of rail or road traffic by which any damage is caused to any public or private property. As per the law, Court of CJM or above will be entitled to try any offence committed under this Act. ....
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Demands money for visitation with inmates

Inmate’s family members stage protest against Jail administration

Registration to get token is mandatory, jail officials denied demanding money

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22 : The family members of jail inmates today staged protest against the jail administration, at the busy Mall Road. Due to this, traffic on the raid suspended for sometime.

The protesters alleged that some of the employees demand money for visitation with the inmetes of their family members. One of the protester Nainder Kaur, alleged that one of jail employee demanded Rs.50 for giving a token for visitation which is totally wrong. As per the practice, without ....
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22 : The family members of jail inmates today staged protest against the jail administration, at the busy Mall Road. Due to this, traffic on the raid suspended for sometime.

The protesters alleged that some of the employees demand money for visitation with the inmetes of their family members. One of the protester Nainder Kaur, alleged that one of jail employee demanded Rs.50 for giving a token for visitation which is totally wrong. As per the practice, without the token, the visitation with jail inmates is not possible by anyone.

It may be mentioned that a procedure has been adapted to give a token at the time of registration for visiting the jail premises. When the relatives of inmates protested on the main road, the citizens witnessed severe traffic jams on both the sides on the Mall Road, causing a lot of inconvenience in the scortching heat today.

During this, none of the police officials came forward to control the traffic. However, one of the jail employee came outside to say to get your name registered for visitation as protesting is not going to solve the issue and misbehaved with them.

On the other hand, jail authorities denied for charging of any money by the employee. However, registration at the gate and getting is mandatory for the visitors, from security point of view.
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Haryana Darbar

Abhilaksh Likhi to Secy. Personnel with addl. Charge MD Warehousing Corp.

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: Haryana Government has appointed Abhilaksh Likhi, awaiting posting orders Secretary Personnel, Training, Vigilance, and Parliamentary Affairs Department, Director General Training (Ex-Officio) Inquiry officer, Vigilance, Haryana relieving Arun Kumar Gupta of the said charge.
Mr. Likhi has also been given the additional charge of Managing Director, Haryana Warehousing Corporation relieving Mr. Ramesh Krishan of the said....
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Chandigarh, July 22: Haryana Government has appointed Abhilaksh Likhi, awaiting posting orders Secretary Personnel, Training, Vigilance, and Parliamentary Affairs Department, Director General Training (Ex-Officio) Inquiry officer, Vigilance, Haryana relieving Arun Kumar Gupta of the said charge.
Mr. Likhi has also been given the additional charge of Managing Director, Haryana Warehousing Corporation relieving Mr. Ramesh Krishan of the said charge.....
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Sikhs from across India pledges to defeat Haryana Govt.’s conspiracy

Badal for Zero Tolerance on interference in Sikh Panth affairs

Congress has infiltrated Sikh community with its agents: Sukhbir

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: Sikh leaders from across India collected here today and expressed their willingness to participate in the movement to defeat Haryana’s conspiracy to divide and weaken the community even as they made it clear that it was the Haryana government which had followed a collision course with the Akal Takth and that it should now be prepared for the consequences.

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Chandigarh, July 22: Sikh leaders from across India collected here today and expressed their willingness to participate in the movement to defeat Haryana’s conspiracy to divide and weaken the community even as they made it clear that it was the Haryana government which had followed a collision course with the Akal Takth and that it should now be prepared for the consequences.

Addressing a large gathering of Sikh leaders from different parts of India, chief minister Parkash Singh Badal made it clear that the Khalsa panth would never tolerate any interference in its religious affairs. “The Akal Takht is supreme for us. Sikhs worldwide obey it. Even Maharaja Ranjit Singh had to appear before it as a humble Sikh when summoned. It is intolerable for us if anybody tries to challenge the authority of the Akal Takth”, he said.

The chief minister also made it clear that the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee did not belong to Punjab, Haryana or even India. “It is the representative body of Sikhs worldwide. Whenever any Sikh faces a problem the world over it is the SGPC which comes to his rescue. Nobody, least of all the Haryana government can decide to divide the SGPC in two”, he added.

Mr Badal made it clear that it was the Gandhi family which was behind the Haryana government’s decision to form a separate body to interfere in Sikh affairs and that the Sikh community was ready to battle with the Congress. “I appeal to the Gandhi family and also warn it that both nature and God have always punished those who have gone against the Akal Takth”.

Making it clear that the “sangat” at the panthik akath at Amritsar on July 27 would give its final nod for the “morcha” to be launched to correct the “historic wrong” committed by the Haryana government, the chief minister said the Haryana government would be responsible for the consequences”. He however appealed to the people to maintain peace and communal harmony at all costs.

Earlier Deputy chief minister and SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal detailed how it was the Congress which had infiltrated the Sikh community with its agents. “The Sikh community has ousted agents like Sarna (Paramjit Singh) earlier and I am sure people like Nalvi (Didar Singh) and Jhinda (Jagdish Singh ) who have colluded with the Haryana government to betray the community will also meet the same fate”.

The SAD president also warned chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and the “gadddars” supporting him that the Sikh community was ready for a “sangharsh” on this issue and would not let the SGPC be divided in two at any cost. He appealed for complete unity on this issue, saying only communities which remained united could achieve their goals.

SGPC President Avtar Singh Makkar said the SGPC had been established after countless sacrifices and that the community would unitedly defeat efforts to divide it by the latest Congress agents. Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president Manjit Singh GK while speaking on the occasion said the Sikh community had never accepted anyone interfering in its internal matters and would never tolerate this now.

Sikhs leaders from the different corners of India including Manjinder Singh Sirsa, Delhi, Avtar Singh Hitt, Delhi, Jathedar Joginder Singh Ahravan, Harbhajan Singh Cheema, Party President Utranchal, Surjit Singh Kang, president Rajasthan, Daljit Singh Bhinder, member SGPC Himachal Pradesh, Sukhdev Singh Gobindgarh, former president Haryana, Mohkam Singh, Kanpur, Giani Jaswant Singh, Indore, Giani Daleep Singh, Bhopal, Harjit Singh Alwar, Rajasthan, Davinder Singh Khalsa, Uttar Pradesh, Jagjit Singh Gora Kang, Chandigarh, Harjinder Kaur, member SGPC Chandigarh, Tajinderpal Singh Siahposh, Haryana, Onkar Singh Thapar, Delhi, Gurbax Singh, Kanpur, Sukhbir Singh Mandi, Haryana, Baldev Singh Khalsa, member SGPC Haryana, Makhan Singh Lubana, Haryana, Jaspal Singh Jaipur, Rajasthan and Swaran Singh Ganganagar also addressed the gathering.....
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31st day of March every year is the deadline

GOI notifies revised Rules for Assets declaration by Public Servants

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New Delhi, July 22: The Central Government has notified fresh rules for the public servants to furnish information and annual return containing declaration of assets and liabilities. Under the Public Servants (Furnishing of Information and Annual Return of Assets and Liabilities and the Limits for Exemption of Assets in Filing Returns) Rules, 2014 every public servant shall made a declaration of his/her assets and liabilities in the specified for....
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New Delhi, July 22: The Central Government has notified fresh rules for the public servants to furnish information and annual return containing declaration of assets and liabilities. Under the Public Servants (Furnishing of Information and Annual Return of Assets and Liabilities and the Limits for Exemption of Assets in Filing Returns) Rules, 2014 every public servant shall made a declaration of his/her assets and liabilities in the specified formats as on the 31st day of March every year to the competent authority on or before of 31st day of July of that year.
Making an exception for the current year the notification stipulates that public servants who have filed declarations, information and annual return of property under the prevailing rules shall file the revised declaration, information or annual returns as on August 1, 2014 on or before September 15, 2014. However, employees may be exempted by the competent authority for reasons recorded in writing from declaring assets if its value does not exceed 4 months basic pay or rupees two lakhs, whichever is higher.

Detailed notification dated July 14, 2014 and formats are available on the website of the Department of Personnel & Training with the link: - http://persmin.nic.in/Lokpal_HomePage_New.asp. ....
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Accused Surjit Kumar Dhiman demanded Rs.10,000 for filing inquiry case

Vigilance nabs Asstt. Registrar Coop. Societies Jalalabad for taking bribe

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22: The Vigilance Team today nabbed Assistant Registrar, Cooperative Societies (ARCS), Jalalabad for taking bribe of Rs.10,000.
Disclosing this for giving details, Makhan Singh, Dy. Supdt. Of Police informed that Secretary, Cooperative Society, Sukhera Bodla had lodged a complaint with the vigilance department that Surjit Kumar Dhiman, ARCS, Jalalabad is demanding Rs.20,000 for filing a departmental enquiry.
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22: The Vigilance Team today nabbed Assistant Registrar, Cooperative Societies (ARCS), Jalalabad for taking bribe of Rs.10,000.
Disclosing this for giving details, Makhan Singh, Dy. Supdt. Of Police informed that Secretary, Cooperative Society, Sukhera Bodla had lodged a complaint with the vigilance department that Surjit Kumar Dhiman, ARCS, Jalalabad is demanding Rs.20,000 for filing a departmental enquiry.
DSP informed that some time back, some farmer of village Sukhera Bodla had made a complaint against Ramesh Singh that he had taken a fictitious loan and Surjit Kumar Dhiman, ARCS was demanding Rs.20,000 to file inquiry case and the deal was struck for Rs.10,000.
Following the complaint, today, the Vigilance Team headed by Makhan Singh, DSP along with Jit Singh Sub Inspector, Sodagar Singh and Daulat Ram caught Surjit Kumar Dhiman red-handed with cash of Rs.10,000 from the drawer of his table immediately when Ramesh Kumar handed over Rs.10,000 to him.
He further informed that after registration of a case in Vigilance Bureau office, Ferozepur, under Prevention of CorrputionAct1988, further investigation into the case has been started.
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Pb. Govt. also sanctioned Rs.32.45 lakh to provide books, uniforms & learning materials besides boarding & lodging facility to meritorious students

Rs.7.10 Cr. grant sanctioned under SSA in Tarn Taran district

By Jagmohan Singh

Tarn Taran, July 22 : The Punjab Government has sanctioned Rs.6.43 crore under Sarabh Sikhsha Abyhian (SSA) in Tarn Taran district besides Rs.32.45 lakh to Residential Hostel at Government Senior Secondary, Patti and Rs.35.25 lakh to Kasturba Gandhi Bal Vidhayala, border village Valtoha, hence total sanctioned amount becomes Rs. 7.10 crore .

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Tarn Taran, July 22 : The Punjab Government has sanctioned Rs.6.43 crore under Sarabh Sikhsha Abyhian (SSA) in Tarn Taran district besides Rs.32.45 lakh to Residential Hostel at Government Senior Secondary, Patti and Rs.35.25 lakh to Kasturba Gandhi Bal Vidhayala, border village Valtoha, hence total sanctioned amount becomes Rs. 7.10 crore .

Deputy Commissioner, Tarn Taran Mr. Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal, during the meeting of District Education Development Committee (DEDC), here today disclosed.

He said that a sum of Rs.6.43 crore has been released under Sarabh Sikhsha Abyhian (SSA) up to June 30, 2014 in the district and 353 School management committees have been constituted in 353 governments, aided and local bodies run schools to oversee and managing the functioning.

Mr. Dhaliwal informed that the Punjab Government has also sanctioned Rs.32.45 lakh to provide books, uniforms and learning materials besides boarding and lodging facility to meritorious students of Residential Hostel at Government Senior Secondary School, Patti the border village.

Adding further, he further said that 63 students have been enrolled in the hostel at Patti and a hostel warden, accountant, three instructors, cook, helper, washer man and a watchman have been appointed for the smooth functioning of the hostel. He said that aim of establishing the hostel was to provide free education to the meritorious students of economically weaker families.

Mr. Dhaliwal said that 73 girl students have been enrolled in the Kasturba Gandhi Bal Vidhayala, Valtoha, which has been sanctioned Rs.35.25 lakh by the state government to provide requisite facilities by creating congenial environment. ....
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Delhi Darbar: CVO Appointment

IFS (NL:89) Dharmendra Prakash appointed as CVO in IRCTC, New Delhi

By Babushahi Bureau

New Delhi, July 22: Govt. of India has appointed IFS (NL:89) Dharmendra Prakash as CVO in Indidan Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC), New Delhi under the Ministry of Railways up to 15.06.2016.....
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New Delhi, July 22: Govt. of India has appointed IFS (NL:89) Dharmendra Prakash as CVO in Indidan Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC), New Delhi under the Ministry of Railways up to 15.06.2016.....
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Increase of 22 % in their wages, their registration under Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana

Hooda announced incentive for labourers working in mandis

Construction of a rest house for such labourers

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced a bonanza of incentives for the labourers working in the mandis. It includes an increase of 22 per cent in their wages, their registration under Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana and construction of a rest house for such labourers.
This will benefit about 20,000 labourers in the mandis in the state. He said that the wages of the labourers of the mandis....
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Chandigarh, July 22: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced a bonanza of incentives for the labourers working in the mandis. It includes an increase of 22 per cent in their wages, their registration under Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana and construction of a rest house for such labourers.
This will benefit about 20,000 labourers in the mandis in the state. He said that the wages of the labourers of the mandis would be increased from Rs 9.10 per unit to Rs 11.10 per unit whereas it is Rs 11.08 per unit in Punjab.
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Delhi Darbar: Central Excise & Customs Postings & Transfers

A K Arya Commissioner (Appeals), Delhi to hold addl. Charge of Jaipur I & Jaipur II

By Babushahi Bureau

New Delhi, July 22: Govt. of India has ordered that Ashok Kumar Arya, Commissioner (Appeals), Delhi-I in the Central Excise & Customs will hold the additional charge of post of Commissioner (Appeals) Jaipur I and Jaipur II with immediate effect.....
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New Delhi, July 22: Govt. of India has ordered that Ashok Kumar Arya, Commissioner (Appeals), Delhi-I in the Central Excise & Customs will hold the additional charge of post of Commissioner (Appeals) Jaipur I and Jaipur II with immediate effect.....
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Bajwa indicates to go to Apex Court to get CBI investigation ordered in drug smuggling cases in Punjab

Raja Warring Case: Bajwa slams Badal Govt. for diverting focus in drug racket

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: The Punjab Congress President, Partap Singh Bajwa, today attacked the Parkash Singh Badal government for resorting to despicable diversionary tactics to unfairly involve the name of the Congress MLA from Gidderbaha, Mr. Amarinder Singh Raja Warring, in the drug smuggling racket to shift the focus away during the debate in Assembly from the ruling party politicians including the Revenue Minister whose names have surfaced in the drug mafia operations.

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Chandigarh, July 22: The Punjab Congress President, Partap Singh Bajwa, today attacked the Parkash Singh Badal government for resorting to despicable diversionary tactics to unfairly involve the name of the Congress MLA from Gidderbaha, Mr. Amarinder Singh Raja Warring, in the drug smuggling racket to shift the focus away during the debate in Assembly from the ruling party politicians including the Revenue Minister whose names have surfaced in the drug mafia operations.

He made it clear that he would go upto the Supreme Court to get the CBI investigation ordered in this mega drug smuggling racket involving ruling party politicians. He said the Congress MLA himself had offered to be investigated by the CBI as his party had no faith in the Punjab police which had been functioning as a tool in the hands of the Badal family.

In a statement, Mr. Bajwa said the design was apparent from the timing of disclosure by the Mansa SSP, Mr Bhupinder Singh Khatra, a favourite of the Badal family who was transferred during the elections on the orders of the Election Commission. This police officials was tainted going by his record and he had been playing into the hands of the Badals.

He said the SSP had lost no time in linking the name of Mr Raja Warring on the basis of disclosure made by one Gurlal Singh from whom the police had recovered narcotics while the police department has never cared to question the various ministers whose names have come up during investigations. The SSP had now himself admitted that no link had been established between the two so far as the drug smuggling was concerned.

He reminded Badal that in the run up to the election campaign the BJP had inserted ads in the newspapers in the name of Narendra Modi admitting enormity of the menace while expressing the resolve to take strong steps.....
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ASI Darshan Singh red-handed with the bribe money of Rs.5,000

Punjab VB caught ASI & Assistant registrar in graft case

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: The Vigilance Bureau (VB), Punjab today nabbed an ASI and Assistant Registrar (AR), Co-operative Societies, red-handed in graft cases in two
different traps in the state.
An official spokesperson of the VB said that Jaskaran Singh of Naseebpura (Kaile Bandar), Tehsil-Talwandi Sabo lodged complaint with Vigilance Unit, Bathinda that ASI Darshan Singh, posted at Rama Police Station was demanding Rs.10,000 to submit challan in the court against his brother-in-law,....
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Chandigarh, July 22: The Vigilance Bureau (VB), Punjab today nabbed an ASI and Assistant Registrar (AR), Co-operative Societies, red-handed in graft cases in two
different traps in the state.
An official spokesperson of the VB said that Jaskaran Singh of Naseebpura (Kaile Bandar), Tehsil-Talwandi Sabo lodged complaint with Vigilance Unit, Bathinda that ASI Darshan Singh, posted at Rama Police Station was demanding Rs.10,000 to submit challan in the court against his brother-in-law, who was lodged in jail on charges of his sister’s death case and the deal was struck at Rs.5,000. Acting on the tip of the complainant, the team of Vigilance Unit, Bathinda caught ASI Darshan Singh red-handed with the bribe money of Rs.5,000.

In second such trap, the team of Vigilance Bureau Unit, Ferozepur apprehended Surjeet Kumar Dhiman, Assistant Registrar, Co-operative Socieities, Jalalabad (West), district Fazilka, red-handed with the bribe money of Rs.10,000. He was nabbed on the tip of Mr. Ramesh Singh, Secretary, Multipurpose Co-operative Agriculture Society Limited of Sukhera Bodla (Fazilka), who alleged that Dhiman was demanding Rs.20,000 as illegal gratification to settle the departmental complaint in his favour and the deal was matured at Rs.10,000.

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Lok Adalat to be held on August 30 at Bathinda

DLSA Bti provided legal aid to 223 applicants: Tejwinder Singh District Session Judge

By Amritpal Brar

Bathinda: July 22 : The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) has provided legal assistance to 223 applicants till July 22 from January 20, 2014. This was briefed by District Sessions Judge Tejwinder Singh while presiding over a meeting of DLSA Bathinda on Tuesday.

Tejwinder Singh told that 135 legal literacy clubs has been established in the colleges and schools of the district to create awareness among the people. Seminars and legal aid clinics has also been organised in various ....
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Bathinda: July 22 : The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) has provided legal assistance to 223 applicants till July 22 from January 20, 2014. This was briefed by District Sessions Judge Tejwinder Singh while presiding over a meeting of DLSA Bathinda on Tuesday.

Tejwinder Singh told that 135 legal literacy clubs has been established in the colleges and schools of the district to create awareness among the people. Seminars and legal aid clinics has also been organised in various parts of the district. A monthly Lok Adalat will be held on August 30 at Bathinda. Deputy Basant Garg, SSP Gurpreet Singh Bhullar and Navdeep Singh Jida president district bar association also attended the meeting.
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Rayat Bahra Group of Colleges given status of Private University

Punjab Assembly passes bill renaming PTU as I K Gujral Technical University

Punjab Vidhan Sabha House passes 14 bills on concluding day

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: Punjab Vidhan Sabha today passed Punjab Technical University Amendment Bill, 2014 renaming Punjab Technical University (PTU) as I K Gujral Technical University. The Bill was presented by Technical Education Minister Madan Mohan Mittal.
The Vidhan Sabha House also given status of Private University to Rayat Bahra Group of Colleges near Kharar. The Bill was presented by Madan Mohan Mittal which was passed by the House after discussions.
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By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: Punjab Vidhan Sabha today passed Punjab Technical University Amendment Bill, 2014 renaming Punjab Technical University (PTU) as I K Gujral Technical University. The Bill was presented by Technical Education Minister Madan Mohan Mittal.
The Vidhan Sabha House also given status of Private University to Rayat Bahra Group of Colleges near Kharar. The Bill was presented by Madan Mohan Mittal which was passed by the House after discussions.
On the last day of the Assembly Session, the House passed 14 Important Bills. Besides this CAG reports were also presented in the House. ....
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Municipal Council Banga procured fogging machine

Deputy Commissioner Anindita dedicates district's first fogging machine to Residents

Effort to combat the menace of spread of various diseases

By Amritpal Brar

Nawanshahr: July 22: Deputy Commissioner Anindita Mitra on Tuesday dedicated district's first Fogging Machine to the residents at Banga. Municipal Council Banga has recently purchased the mechanical machine at a cost of Rs 5.44 lakh.

After formally setting it into motion, Deputy Commissioner said that earlier district had a manual fogging machine with health department but it was insufficient to cater the requirements of the whole district. To overcome the problem, she motivated Munic....
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Nawanshahr: July 22: Deputy Commissioner Anindita Mitra on Tuesday dedicated district's first Fogging Machine to the residents at Banga. Municipal Council Banga has recently purchased the mechanical machine at a cost of Rs 5.44 lakh.

After formally setting it into motion, Deputy Commissioner said that earlier district had a manual fogging machine with health department but it was insufficient to cater the requirements of the whole district. To overcome the problem, she motivated Municipal Council Banga to proceed further for arranging district's first mechanical fogging machine. "Finally, our efforts fructified and now we are in a better position to check the spread diseases arising due to breeding of mosquitoes", said the DC adding that earlier , the MC, Nawanshahr had purchased a Jet Machine for the purpose of cleaning of sewer lines. She expressed hope that both these machines would be used properly by the Municipal Councils to ensure sanitation to combat the menace of spread of various diseases.

She told that the lone fogging machine would help other municipal councils to check malaria and other diseases. She directed all the four municipal councils to use the machine in rotation after paying user charges to the Banga Council, in their areas too. Municipal Council has fixed a rent of Rs 1000 per day for its use by other government institutions in the district like other local bodies and village panchayats.

Amongst prominants who were there include SDM Banga Arvind Kumar IAS, Naib Tehsildar Banga Karndeep Singh Dhillon, E O Nagar Council Avtar Chand.
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Punjab and Haryana High Court News

Justice S.S. Saron next executive Chairman OF PSLSA

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Chandigarh, July 22: Hon’ble Mr. Justice S.S. Saron, Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court would be the next Executive Chairman of Punjab State Legal Services Authority (PSLSA) on and with effect from 1-8-2014. A spokesman said that notification regarding this has been issued.
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Chandigarh, July 22: Hon’ble Mr. Justice S.S. Saron, Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court would be the next Executive Chairman of Punjab State Legal Services Authority (PSLSA) on and with effect from 1-8-2014. A spokesman said that notification regarding this has been issued.
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Student of class 1st to 8th participated in Musci competition

Desh Bhagat Global School Organises Music Competition

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22: Desh Bhagat Global School organised a Music Competition for its students. In this competition, student of class 1st to 8th participated and showed talent through their performances. The Competition was divided into two categories: - Vocal and Instrumental. All the participating students showed immense talent in singing songs as well as at playing instruments like Flute, Congo, Drums and Dhol etc. The competition was very inte....
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Chandigarh, July 22: Desh Bhagat Global School organised a Music Competition for its students. In this competition, student of class 1st to 8th participated and showed talent through their performances. The Competition was divided into two categories: - Vocal and Instrumental. All the participating students showed immense talent in singing songs as well as at playing instruments like Flute, Congo, Drums and Dhol etc. The competition was very interesting and the winners were selected class-wise and according to categories. School Principal Mrs. Manjinder Kaur Kalsi said that the school is regularly organising this kind of competitions to bring out the hidden talent of the students. She appreciated the performance of students as well as music teachers for their efforts.
Chairman Desh Bhagat Group of Institutions and Chancellor Desh Bhagat University Dr. Zora Singh, was immensely pleased at the effort done by the school team. He sent his warm blessings to the hard working team and students of Desh Bhagat Global School, hoping that they will continue to organise such functions in future as well. He congratulated the staff as well as students for making the show a big success. ....
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Heroin worth Rs.50 lakh recovered in Ferozepur

Two arrested, one fled away in darkness

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22: The Ferozepur police claim to have arrested two person with heroin worth street value of Rs.50 lakhs while one managed to flee. The police is however raiding at the suspected place to arrest.

Giving this information, Vibhore Sharma, DSP informed that a special checking was going on Quila Road of Bhasti Bhattian Wali. On seeing the triple rider on a scooter, at about 10 pm, a signal was given to stop. While two were arrested, the third one managed to escape tak....
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22: The Ferozepur police claim to have arrested two person with heroin worth street value of Rs.50 lakhs while one managed to flee. The police is however raiding at the suspected place to arrest.

Giving this information, Vibhore Sharma, DSP informed that a special checking was going on Quila Road of Bhasti Bhattian Wali. On seeing the triple rider on a scooter, at about 10 pm, a signal was given to stop. While two were arrested, the third one managed to escape taking the benefit of darkness. On searching the arrested persons, 100 gm heroin was recovered from them.

DSP further revealed that on preliminary investigation, the arrested persons disclosed their names as Surinder Singh of Basti Shame Wali of Makhu and Baljnder Singh alias Sonu of Bast Bagichan Wali and third person, who fled away from the scene was identified as Dharminder Singh of Nizam Wala.

It was further stated that a case under NDPS Act has been registered against all the three persons and further investigation about their further links at the recipient end have been stated apart from taking into possession scooter used for transporting the drug.
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More than 100 distinguished delegates from 15 countries will participate in the conference

2nd “International Conference on Peace” at Lahore from September 18 to 21

By Babushahi Bureau

Patiala, July 22: The World Punjabi Congress(WPC) is organising the 2nd “International Conference on Peace” at Lahore from September 18 to 21 next. Giving this information, Dr Deepak Manmohan Singh, Director World Punjabi Centre, who has been appointed President of the Indian Chapter of the WPC, said that more than 100 distinguished delegates from 15 countries will participate in the conference, aimed at discussing steps to “bringing and s....
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Patiala, July 22: The World Punjabi Congress(WPC) is organising the 2nd “International Conference on Peace” at Lahore from September 18 to 21 next. Giving this information, Dr Deepak Manmohan Singh, Director World Punjabi Centre, who has been appointed President of the Indian Chapter of the WPC, said that more than 100 distinguished delegates from 15 countries will participate in the conference, aimed at discussing steps to “bringing and sustaining peace in the world”.
Dr Singh has been authorized to nominate 11- member executive council for the Conference, in addition to a delegation of film stars from the Bollywood He has appointed the following members on the executive council of the WPC for participation in the Conference: Prof Kartara Singh (Haryana), Mr Monish Bhalla (Gujarat), Mr Paramjit Singh (Pammi Bai), Dr Sunita Dhir (Prof TTV, PU, Patiala), Prof Gurmeet Maan (Director, Media Centre, PU, Patiala), Mr Marik Singh (Mumbai), Prof Yograj Angiras (Chandaigarh), Mr Darsha Butter, Dr Ravi Ravinder (Delhi), Er Sehajpreet Singh (Ludhaian) and Dr Kanwar J.P. Singh Mitha.....
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Searches are carried out at residence of office of accused

CBI registers case against 2 officials of SECL for causing loss of above 1.27 Cr

Case against Director of a Private Company also registered

By SK Vyas

New Delhi, July 22 :The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against two officials of South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL), Bishrampur Area, District Chirimiri (Chhattisgarh) and Director of a Private Company (Security Agency) based at Bishrampur Area, District,Chirimiri (Chhattisgarh) & unknown others U/s 120-B, 420 & section 13(2) r/w 13(1)(d) of PC Act for alleged conspiracy in release of excess payment of Rs. 1.27 Crores ....
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New Delhi, July 22 :The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against two officials of South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL), Bishrampur Area, District Chirimiri (Chhattisgarh) and Director of a Private Company (Security Agency) based at Bishrampur Area, District,Chirimiri (Chhattisgarh) & unknown others U/s 120-B, 420 & section 13(2) r/w 13(1)(d) of PC Act for alleged conspiracy in release of excess payment of Rs. 1.27 Crores (approx) to said Company towards the Coal allowance and service charges on the basis of false statement of deployment showing percentage deployment of ex-serviceman as 90 per cent. A loss of Rs. 1.27 Crores (approx) was caused to SECL.

Searches at residence & office of accused persons were carried out at Bilaspur, Korba, Bishrampur and Delhi. The incriminating documents recovered during searches are under scrutiny.He said ,more facts are expect to come to light.Investigation is continuing.....
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4-years rigorous imprisonment with fine of Rs. 51,000/- to Private person for causing a loss of RS. 11.80 lakh

Addl. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Chennai convicts person in cheating case

By SK Vyas

New Delhi, July 22: The Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Chennai (Tamil Nadu) has convicted S.Murali, a private person in a cheating case and sentenced him to undergo four years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs. 51,000/-
This was stated by the spokesperson of the CBI on Tuesday.He said that CBI had registered a case against a Chennai based private person Shri S.Murali and two others, all three Directors of M/s Tele ....
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New Delhi, July 22: The Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Chennai (Tamil Nadu) has convicted S.Murali, a private person in a cheating case and sentenced him to undergo four years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs. 51,000/-
This was stated by the spokesperson of the CBI on Tuesday.He said that CBI had registered a case against a Chennai based private person Shri S.Murali and two others, all three Directors of M/s Tele Data Networking Serviced (P) Ltd, on the allegations that the said three accused persons entered into criminal conspiracy to cheat Government by way of illegally switching over incoming international calls as local calls, and thus causing loss of Rs.11,80,518.00 to Government of India in its share of revenue.

He said During investigation, it was established that the accused persons obtained incoming international call lines from Department of Telecommunications, now known as BSNL from Mambalam Exchange by misrepresenting that the lines would be used for business purpose, and installed a system using sophisticated equipments by which all the incoming International calls illegally routed through this set up were treated as local calls by Mambalam Exchange.
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“Asks political leaders not to defame Punjab on drug issue”

Punjab is fighting nation's war against drugs: Sukhbir Badal

By Babushahi Bureau

Chandigarh, July 22 : Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today said Punjab was fighting the nation's war against drugs and had achieved tremendous success as it has snapped the supply line and nabbed not only the drug king pins but also their peddlers.
The Deputy CM presented a detailed report on the State's campaign against drugs following requests made in this regard earlier.
Giving details, Mr Badal said according to the reports of the Narcotic Control Bureau, Pu....
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Chandigarh, July 22 : Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today said Punjab was fighting the nation's war against drugs and had achieved tremendous success as it has snapped the supply line and nabbed not only the drug king pins but also their peddlers.
The Deputy CM presented a detailed report on the State's campaign against drugs following requests made in this regard earlier.
Giving details, Mr Badal said according to the reports of the Narcotic Control Bureau, Punjab Police alone had registered 16821 cases under NDP act out of 26658 across the nation which amounted to 63% of all cases. He said the Punjab Police had also seized 417 Kg out of the total of 1457 kg seized countrywide in 2013.
The Deputy CM said the government had moved effectively against smugglers by confiscating their properties. He said property worth Rs. 66 crore had been seized, he added.
The Deputy Chief Minister also briefed the house that the government had launched a war against drugs on different platforms by catching drug producers, traders and suppliers, besides launching a special drug-de addiction drive by engaging health department, NGOs and heads of religious organizations.
Referring to the drug de-addiction efforts being carried out by the State government, the Deputy CM said the DGP had also been directed to constitute divisional committees headed by the Zonal IGs to involve the Gram Panchayats in this drive. Mr. Badal also announced that Punjab Government would take a lenient view against innocent drug consumers who were not involved in drug trafficking and in any other cases relating to drugs. Instead, Punjab Police would provide all kind of help to rehabilitate them. He said five model drug de-addiction centers with a capital cost of Rs. 5 Crores having 50 beds capacity each had been planned out of which two were fully functional. He said 21 government de addiction centers at districts and sub divisional levels were already operational. He also said that 10 more de-addiction centers were under construction and would become functional very soon.
Reiterating zero tolerance against drug smuggling, Mr. Badal informed the house that recently the State Narcotics Control Bureau had been formed to eliminate drug menace. He said an IG rank officer was heading this bureau and two DIGs and three SSP rank officers had been deputed in field units of the Bureau.
Giving comparative data issued by National Crime Record Bureau with regard to cases registered under NDPS act, Mr. Badal said 24584 cases were registered in India in 2011 out of which 5464 were registered by Punjab Police which was 22% of the total cases countrywide. In 2012 28329 cases were registered in the country out of which 10220 were from Punjab which was 36% of the total cases. Punjab had registered 14654 cases in 2013, he said.
Referring to the conviction rate under NDPS Act, Mr. Badal said Punjab has always registered highest conviction rate i.e. 47.5% in 2002, 63.4% in 2003, 53.3% in 2004, 60.2% in 2005, 67.3% in 2006, 69.5% in 2007, 68.3% in 2008, 70.2% in 2009, 70.8% in 2010, 73.7% in 2011, 72.9% in 2012, 80.5% in 2013 and 81.2% up to June 30, 2014.

Terming Goa as the hub of narcotics trafficking, Mr. Badal said it was ironical that only 55 cases were registered under NDPS act in Goa while in Punjab 10220 cases were registered whereas Maharashtra registered 1903, Rajasthan 1115 and Tamil Nadu 1402 out of the total 28329 cases registered across the country as per the data provided by NCRB.
To deal with the medical psychotropic consumption of drugs, Mr. Badal said drug inspectors would be shifted to Police Department on deputation so that they could assist in operations against traffickers. Replying to a question on that front, Mr. Badal has informed that in 2002 only 7,000 capsules were confiscated against the 3 crore capsules in 2013.
To check the drug trade in the jails, Mr. Badal said that “DGP and ADGP jails has been asked to conduct surprise checks in all the jails and if any police or Jail official found involved in shady deeds he would be straightaway dismissed from service".
Calling upon all political leaders not to defame Punjab on the drug issue, Mr. Badal said “we are facing a difficult situation but it was not as big as is being made out". He assured the house that Punjab was fighting against drugs with full vigour and would take it to a positive and logical conclusion”. ....
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Main issues include power shortage, increasing corruption & to press demand for CBI probe into drug smuggling

Congress dharnas in Punjab on July 23: Bajwa

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Chandigarh, July 22: The Punjab Congress President, Mr. Partap Singh Bajwa, today said the party would stage dharnas at the district headquarters tomorrow on July 23 to focus attention of the government on the burning issues concerning the people.

He said the decision to this effect had been announced by the AICC General Secretary, Dr Shakeel Ahmed, after a meeting of the PPCC here on July 15. The Congressmen would submit memorandum to the respective deputy commissioners.
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Chandigarh, July 22: The Punjab Congress President, Mr. Partap Singh Bajwa, today said the party would stage dharnas at the district headquarters tomorrow on July 23 to focus attention of the government on the burning issues concerning the people.

He said the decision to this effect had been announced by the AICC General Secretary, Dr Shakeel Ahmed, after a meeting of the PPCC here on July 15. The Congressmen would submit memorandum to the respective deputy commissioners.

The main issues include power shortage, increasing corruption and to press the demand for CBI probe into drug smuggling.....
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Issues relating to new courses & syllabi would be discussed in this meeting

GNDU College Development Council meeting on July 30

By SK Vyas

Jalandhar, July 22: The meeting of College Development Council of the Guru Nanak Dev University would be held on July 30, 2014 at 3 pm in the Syndicate room of the University.
Dr. R.K. Mahajan, Dean, College Development Council said that the issues relating to new courses and syllabi would be discussed in this meeting. ....
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Jalandhar, July 22: The meeting of College Development Council of the Guru Nanak Dev University would be held on July 30, 2014 at 3 pm in the Syndicate room of the University.
Dr. R.K. Mahajan, Dean, College Development Council said that the issues relating to new courses and syllabi would be discussed in this meeting. ....
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Candidates with Bachelor of Arch. with 50 % marks in aggregate or any other examination recognized equivalent are eligible to apply for this course

Second Counseling of M.Arch. (Urban Designing) of GNDU on July 30

By SK Vyas

Jalandhar, July 22: The 2nd counseling for two year M.Arch. (Urban Designing) course being run by the Guru Nanak Dev University would be held on July 30, 2014 in the Department of Architecture of the University.
This was stated by Dr. Sandeep Dua, Head of the department, he said that any candidate who did his Bachelor of Architecture with at least 50 percent marks in aggregate or any other examination recognized equivalen....
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Jalandhar, July 22: The 2nd counseling for two year M.Arch. (Urban Designing) course being run by the Guru Nanak Dev University would be held on July 30, 2014 in the Department of Architecture of the University.
This was stated by Dr. Sandeep Dua, Head of the department, he said that any candidate who did his Bachelor of Architecture with at least 50 percent marks in aggregate or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto are eligible to apply for this course. He said that further information could be had from University website www.gnduadmissions.org. ....
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'Shoot Selfies, Not Animals', Proclaims Gold Medalist in PETA's Latest Ad in Advance of Commonwealth Games

Pistol-Shooting Ace Heena Sidhu stars in Anti-hunting PETA Campaign

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Mumbai, July 22: She's headed to the Commonwealth Games (which begins on 23 July in Glasgow), where she hopes to take home yet another gold medal, but there's one thing Heena Sidhu, managed by IOS Sports & Entertainment, will never use her record-setting pistol skills for: to hunt and kill animals. That's why Sidhu – the first Indian pistol shooter to be ranked number one in the world – was eager to team up with People for the Ethical Treatme....
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Mumbai, July 22: She's headed to the Commonwealth Games (which begins on 23 July in Glasgow), where she hopes to take home yet another gold medal, but there's one thing Heena Sidhu, managed by IOS Sports & Entertainment, will never use her record-setting pistol skills for: to hunt and kill animals. That's why Sidhu – the first Indian pistol shooter to be ranked number one in the world – was eager to team up with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India for a brand-new ad campaign that shows her holding her pistol and taking a self-portrait with her phone below the words "Shoot Selfies, Not Animals: Say NO to Hunting". The ad was shot by ace photographer Gaurav Sawn with hair and make-up by Rohini Foregard.

Sidhu also sat down with PETA for an exclusive video interview to talk about the cruelty of hunting animals. The video can be viewed here. And the broadcast-quality version can be downloaded here.

"Hunting is the epitome of cruelty towards the animals, and we should take every measure to stop hunting. … Animals like tigers and leopards and rhinos and elephants have been shot and hunted and poached for their skins and their horns", Sidhu says. "If anybody spots someone hunting an animal, the first thing to do would be to report them to the police to take every measure possible to stop them from hunting."

The Indian Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, prohibits hunting wild animals, but some people still shoot them under the guise of "sport" or to sell the skin, bones, claws, meat, horns and tusks of tigers, rhinoceroses, elephants and other animals on the black market. Hunters may also kill animals outside India. Research shows that 60 per cent of animals who are shot flee into the woods to die slowly and painfully from blood loss, gangrene, dehydration or starvation. Mother animals who are killed leave behind helpless orphaned babies, who starve to death or are eaten by predators.....
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Protest on July 23 against anti-people interests of government

DCC condemns Badal government for making false promises and claims

By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22: The District Congress Committee in its meeting held on Monday condemned the Badal government for not fulfilling the promises and honouring the tall claims made during the last Lok Sabha elections.
Chamkaur Singh Dhindsa, District Committee President and number of leaders from the district attended the meeting.
In the meeting highlighting the power cuts, black marketing of sand, increasing business of drugs in the state shouted slogans against the Punjab governme....
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By Harish Monga

Ferozepur, July 22: The District Congress Committee in its meeting held on Monday condemned the Badal government for not fulfilling the promises and honouring the tall claims made during the last Lok Sabha elections.
Chamkaur Singh Dhindsa, District Committee President and number of leaders from the district attended the meeting.
In the meeting highlighting the power cuts, black marketing of sand, increasing business of drugs in the state shouted slogans against the Punjab government.
On this occasion, Dhindsa said, in Punjab, the farmers and industrialists are highly affected during to heavy power cuts despite tall claims by the government of surplus electricity and running of metro trains.
Leveling charges on the government, he said, the drug peddlers in the state are being backed by the government ruining the future of the youths.
He said, since the farmers and businessmen in the state are feeling cheated by the present government, the district congress committee will organize a protest in the interest of Punjab state, on July 23 in front of the DC Office where the anti-people interests of the government will be exposed.
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SAD takes lead in declaring candidate for By -Elections

Jeetmohinder Singh Sidhu will be Akali –BJP candidate for Talwandi Sabo By-Election –Dr Cheema

By Baljit Balli

Chandigarh, July 22, 2014: SAD has announced Jeet Mohinder Singh Sidhu as Akali –BJP alliance candidate for the by-Election of Talwandi Sabo to be held on August 21,2014 . Dr Daljit Singh Cheema , Secretary and Spokesman of SAD told babushahi.com that party president Sukhbir Singh Baadal has cleared the name of Jeet Mohinder Singh today itself.He said the name of the alliance candidate for Patiala By-election will be finalized so....
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Chandigarh, July 22, 2014: SAD has announced Jeet Mohinder Singh Sidhu as Akali –BJP alliance candidate for the by-Election of Talwandi Sabo to be held on August 21,2014 . Dr Daljit Singh Cheema , Secretary and Spokesman of SAD told babushahi.com that party president Sukhbir Singh Baadal has cleared the name of Jeet Mohinder Singh today itself.He said the name of the alliance candidate for Patiala By-election will be finalized soon.
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Hunger strike by Northern Railway Passenger Samiti enters 12th day

Campaign on problems relating railways appreciable : Dr.Rinwa

By Harish Monga

Fazilka, July 22: Today, Congress leader Dr.Mohinder Rinwa participate in the hunger strike started by Northern Railway Passenger Samiti (NRPS) with regard to solution to the problems relating to railways.

It may be mentioned that the hunger strike started by NTPS has entered 12th day today when Dr.Mohinder Rinwa, former MLA and Surinder Kalra, Block Congress President specially participated.

Dr.Rinwa in his address said, the campaign started by Northern Railway Pas....
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Fazilka, July 22: Today, Congress leader Dr.Mohinder Rinwa participate in the hunger strike started by Northern Railway Passenger Samiti (NRPS) with regard to solution to the problems relating to railways.

It may be mentioned that the hunger strike started by NTPS has entered 12th day today when Dr.Mohinder Rinwa, former MLA and Surinder Kalra, Block Congress President specially participated.

Dr.Rinwa in his address said, the campaign started by Northern Railway Passengers Samiti is appreciable. Earlier also, about 2 years back, the NRPS got a success when a campaign was started for launching of train between Fazlka-Abohar.

He said, Congress party is ever ready to solve the problems of Faalka and continue this practice in future also.

He also said, it is very shameful that there are certain problems on very small issues which should be sorted out immediately like re-establishing of washing line which was uprooted during 1991 and raising a voice in the Parliament.

Dr.Baghla President of Sanjha Morcha in his address the agitation has been started on demands like increasing of bogies in DMU, providing of washroom in the bogies, plying of more trains between Fazilka-Abohar, extending of Ferozepur-Chandigarh train up to Fazilka, raising of meter guage platforms between Fazilka and Kotkapura.

He further said, the railway authorities have been written about these problems a number of times.

In today’s chain strike, apart from Dr.Mohinder Rinwa, former MLA, Surinder Kalra, Block president, Raju Morya and others were present.
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Open Recruitment Rally at Ludhiana from July 30 to Aug 7

Youths from Moga District to get tokens on August 4 & 5

By Harish Monga

Moga, July 22: The Open Recruitment Rally will be held from July 30 to August 7 at Dholewala Military Complex Ludhiana for recruitment in Army of the category of Sepoy (General Duty), Sepoy (Clerk/Store Keeper Technical) and Sepoy Technical, from Ludhiana, Moga, Roopnagar and Ajitgarh (Mohali) districts.
Giving information in this regard, Director Recruitment Training, Col. Devinder Singh informed that the tokens to candidates from Tehsil....
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Moga, July 22: The Open Recruitment Rally will be held from July 30 to August 7 at Dholewala Military Complex Ludhiana for recruitment in Army of the category of Sepoy (General Duty), Sepoy (Clerk/Store Keeper Technical) and Sepoy Technical, from Ludhiana, Moga, Roopnagar and Ajitgarh (Mohali) districts.
Giving information in this regard, Director Recruitment Training, Col. Devinder Singh informed that the tokens to candidates from Tehsil Moga, Nihalsingh Wala and Sub-Tehsil Badhni Kalan will be issued on August 4 and for Tehsil Baghapurana and Dharamkot on August 5. He said, the medical check up and tests will be conducted on August 6 & 7 and written test of pass out candidate on August 31.
Col. Devinder Singh informed that the age for Sepoy General Duty should be between 17.5 years to 21 years and matric pass with 45 per cent marks with 33 per cent marks minimum from all subjects. For Sepoy Technical, the age should between 17.5 years to 23 years and plus two pass with physics, chemistry, math and English subjects is compulsory. Similarly for Sepoy (Clerk) and Store Keeper (Technicalo), the age should be between 175. Years to 23 years with educational quali8fiation of Plus 2 having 50 per cent parks and 40 minimum marks in each subject with Math and English as compulsory subjects.
Talking about the physical requirement, the candidate should have height of minimum 170 cm, for kandi area candidates 163 cm and for clerk it should be 162 cm. The candidate should have minimum weight of 50 kg kg, for kandi area 48 kg., while the chest should be 77 cm and 82 cm with breathing in. The candidate must bring along with 20 passport size latest photographs and Sikh candidates should also bring 20 photographs without turban and other important documents.
For more or any other information, the candidate can contact the Ludhiana office over phone No.0161-2412123.
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Govt. employees will have to declare Immovable/movable assets and liabilities

Central Government staff under lens now

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Delhi, 22 July: All Central Government employees will now be under lens and have to declare their assets as well as those of their spouses and dependents by July 31 every year.
The Public Servants (Furnishing of Information and Annual Return of Assets and Liabilities and the Limited for Exemption of Assets in Filing Returns) Rules, 2014 make it mandatory for central government employees to file a statement listing their and their spouse’....
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Delhi, 22 July: All Central Government employees will now be under lens and have to declare their assets as well as those of their spouses and dependents by July 31 every year.
The Public Servants (Furnishing of Information and Annual Return of Assets and Liabilities and the Limited for Exemption of Assets in Filing Returns) Rules, 2014 make it mandatory for central government employees to file a statement listing their and their spouse’s/dependents’ cash in hand; bank deposits; investments in bonds; debentures; shares and units in companies and mutual funds; long-term savings; insurance policies; provident fund; loans and advances; cars/aircraft/ yacht/ships; and jewellery.
The employees declaration must record value of these items as on March 31 and filed with the competent authority by July 31 of that year.
Under the new instructions, for the current year, the public servants who have filed such returns of property under various service rules, will have to file revised declarations of assets and liabilities as on August 1, in the prescribed format, by September 15.
The competent authority may, however, exempt the public servant from filing information in respect of any asset if its value does not exceed his/her fourth months’ basic pay or Rs 2 lakh, whichever is higher. The reasons for the exemption may be recorded in writing. The new rules were notified by department of personnel and training under last week under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013.
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