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HindustanTimes Sat,12 Jul 2014

Jalandhar

Patient dies at private hospital; kin accuse doctor of negligence

The family members of a patient who died at a private hospital on Phagwara Road created ruckus while protesting against the doctor concerned and demanded a criminal case against him.

1.75 lakh beneficiaries of atta-dal scheme, AAY wait for their quota

As many 91,615 new beneficiaries of the revised atta dal scheme have not received wheat and pulses in the district even as the state government had announced to distribute to them wheat quota of six months from June to November and pulses for three months.

Miss Pooja records statement with enforcement directorate

Punjabi singer-actor and BJP leader Miss Pooja on Friday recorded her statement with the enforcement directorate (ED) at its local office near BMC Chowk over overseas transactions of money.

CPS Tinu visits mid-day meal kitchen; finds discrepancies

Taking note of the issue of substandard food being served to the students of government schools, SAD leader and chief parliamentary secretary Pawan Kumar Tinu on Friday visited the mid-day meal kitchen at Khurla Kingra from where food is supplied to all schools in the district.

In Doaba, unscheduled cuts last 8-10 hours

Unscheduled power cuts ranging from eight to 10 hours are being imposed on the domestic and industrial sector across the Doaba region.

Diarrhoea outbreak: 5-year-old dies, 10 taken ill at Jalandhar locality

A five-year-old boy lost his life while more than 10 people were reportedly taken ill by diarrhoea in the last 24 hours at Gandhi Camp locality of the city.

Jalandhar industry gives mixed response to Modi govt's debut union budget

The union budget presented by finance minister Arun Jaitley in Parliament on Thursday received a mixed response from the sports goods manufacturing, hand tool and leather industries in Jalandhar.

Over 1,700 beneficiaries sold plots allotted free by govt

The rural development and panchayat department has identified 600 residential plots of five-marla each in the district, which have been encroached upon, for eviction.

Education dept to make students aware of ill-effects of drugs

Alarmed over the hard fact that teens are also addicted to drugs, the director general of school education (DGSE) has initiated awareness campaigning among the students against the drug menace.

IG grilled by ED is often in the soup

Before the latest embarrassment of being interrogated by the enforcement directorate (ED) in a case about the supply of synthetic drug ICE, inspector general (IG) of police (Bathinda zone) Paramraj Singh Umranangal has been in many controversies before.

Ashutosh ‘body’ still under Z security cover

Months on after being declared dead, even though his followers claim he is in ‘samadhi’ (deep meditation), Ashutosh Maharaj, controversial leader of Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan (DJJS) religious dera here, remains under Z-category (almost maximum) security of the Punjab government.

Govt fails to de-notify old grain, vegetable markets

The Punjab agricultural department has failed to issue notification declaring new grain market and vegetable market as main yard, even as market committee had sent a resolution passed in 2009 to the authorities concerned.

Sabnha activists' defers decision to gherao naib tehsildar's office

Activists of Dihati Mazdoor Sabha on Wednesday deferred their decision to gherao the office of naib tehsildar to protest against the administration's failure to handover possession of five marlas plots to economically weaker sections.

Powder seized,three arrested

Three persons were arrested on Tuesday on charge of selling intoxicant powder.

Eight booked for kidnapping, rioting

The Nakodar city police have booked eight persons on charges of kidnapping, voluntarily causing hurt with dangerous weapons and rioting.
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