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HindustanTimes Thu,02 Oct 2014

Bathinda

Three arrested with 2kg opium in Moga

The district police have arrested three notorious smugglers and allegedly recovered 2 kg opium from their possession near Gholia Kalan village under Baghapurana subdivision, 34 km from the district headquarter on Saturday.

Handicapped surviving on Rs 250 per month in state

Though prices of all commodities have increased manifold during the past years, the handicapped are still supposed to lead a life with a meagre pension of Rs 250 per month.

Abohar's Nehru Park a picture of neglect

In an evident example of the apathetic attitude of the authorities concerned towards the provision of better civic amenities to residents, the Nehru Park in Abohar, a sub division of Fazilka district, is in a dilapidated state.

Project to install welcome gates hangs in limbo in Moga

Despite the Punjab government upgrading the municipal council as a municipal corporation (MC) a year ago, not even a single brick has been laid for the construction work of welcome gates till now. The welcome gates, which were constructed at the entry points of Moga, have been hanging fire for the past eight years.

Police 'Sanjh Kendras' provide time-bound services to 24,000 people in Moga


In a bid to resolve the grievances of the general public, besides establishing a cordial relation with them, the district police have successfully implemented the project 'Sanjh' through the Sanjh Kendras in Moga district.

Project to install welcome gates hangs in Moga

 Despite the Punjab government upgrading the municipal council as a municipal corporation (MC) a year ago, not even a single brick has been laid for the construction work of welcome gates till now. The welcome gates, which were constructed at the entry points of Moga, have been hanging fire for the past eight years.

Sukhbir congratulates Swarn Singh for bronze medal

Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday congratulated Olympian Swarn Singh Virk for winning the bronze medal in the rowing event at the Incheon Asian Games.

Two get life term for murder in Barnala

Delivering the verdict in Paal Singh 'Paali-Sanghera' murder case, district and sessions judge Sukhwinder Kaur has sentenced Gurtej Singh of Pharwahi village and Amandeep Singh of Herike village to life imprisonment, besides slapping a fine of rs 24,000 on both of them

Woman killed after robbers attack family in Mansa

Gurcharan Singh (55), an instructor at ITI Mansa, was attacked in the wee hours of Thursday by robbers while he and his wife Paramjeet Kaur were sleeping on the rooftop. According to the police, Gurcharan Singh's sons, Harpreet Singh and Gurjeet Singh, were sleeping on the ground floor with their family when the incident occurred.

Singla blames Manpreet Badal for state's financial mess

Former finance minister of the state and Congress leader Surinder Singla has accused another former finance minister, Manpreet Singh Badal, for sparking the vicious circle of increasing debt on the state to meet everyday expenses.

5-day Baba Farid festival concludes

The five-day Baba Farid Aagman Purab concluded on Tuesday with a religious procession which started from Tilla Baba Farid and reached Gurdwara Mai Godri Sahib, travelling through the town.

2 killed, 3 injured in road accident

 Two people were killed and three injured in a road accident at Jeeva Arai village under Guruharsahai sub division of Ferozepur district on Tuesday night

Ex-BJP chief among 4 booked for abetment to suicide

The Kotkapura police of Faridkot district have booked four persons, including Parveen Kumar Gupta, former president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), on the complaint of Poonam Sharma, wife of Amit Prakash Sharma who died on Sunday.

Akali leader attacked at Kot-Ise-Khan

Senior Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Gurmeet Singh Gagra, who was recently elected the member of the Kot-Ise-Khan truck union under Dharamkot subdivision in Moga district, was attacked with sharp-edged weapons by unidentified men late on Tuesday evening.

Industrialists request Bhagwant Mann to join protest

Worried about the state government's tough stand regarding industrialists, several leaders of the Small Scale Industry Association of Mandi Gobindgarh met Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Bhagwant Mann here on Monday and requested him to join their protest.

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