Rain brings winter chill to Delhi
An awareness camp regarding swine flu and mother-child healthcare was organised at Kila Raipur subsidiary health centre under the supervision of Dr Preet Kanwar Singh on Tuesday.
Bharatiya Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Employees Union Ludhiana staged a protest demonstration on Tuesday and criticised the Uunion budget presented on February 28.
A short-term diploma course in hotel management, launched by the state government, started at the ITI College (Boys), Ludhiana, on Tuesday.
Free coaching classes for the students of Residential School for Meritorious will start from March 10. This move of the state government aims to ensure that the students may crack competitive exams for higher education.
The district guidance counsellor, Santokh Singh, has directed the heads of all government schools in the district to motivate the Punjab State Education Board (PSEB) students to appear in the Joint Entrance Test (JET), which is schedule to be held on April 19.
A judicial magistrate's house was burgled in Model Gram area on Saturday. At the time of the robbery, the magistrate and his family was not present in the house.
Learning a lesson from its past mistakes, the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has started supplying textbooks well in advance for the government school students.
Police have identified and arrested the accused for assaulting Dr Davinder Kumar of Lord Mahavira Civil Hospital near Chand Cinema on Monday.
Five men of rain on Monday disrupted life of the city residents, raising questions over civic body's tall claims.
Members of the Ex-Servicemen Welfare Society were highly dissatisfied with the union budget, as their demand of one rank, one pension has not been approved.
With the increase in fuel price, residents and traders are again at the receiving end, as the prices of essential commodities are likely to increase in the coming days. Increase in price of diesel could also lead to inflated price of fruits and vegetables.
A 40-year-old man from Model Town Ludhiana tested positive for swine flu on Sunday. The patient is undergoing treatment at Post Graduation Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh.
For the upliftment of Muslim students, middle schools in various districts of Punjab would be opened, said Dilbagh Hussain, chairman of Punjab Muslim Welfare and Development Board in state advisory member committee's first meeting on Sunday. The meeting was organised at the Circuit House.
The test of Ludhiana to get status of 'smoke-free district' will start from Monday with the visit of a three-member committee from the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is going to organise a 100 km bicycle rally from Ludhiana to Chandigarh on March 29 and 30 against the VIP culture in Punjab. The rally, which will be led by AAP leader HS Phoolka, also aims at sensitising the people to their rights.