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HindustanTimes Sat,23 Aug 2014

Ludhiana

Medical council notices to12 doctors for advertising

Punjab Medical Council (PMC) has served notices to 12 doctors from Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Rupnagar and Khanna for advertising on various television channels.

Gang of snatchers busted, 6 held

The Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) staff claimed to bust a gang of snatchers with the arrest of six people on Thursday. Accused were hatching plan to loot people at a vacant plot near Old Sessions Court.

Students showcase models at govt school

A district-level model making competition was organised at Government Kaniya High School, Lakkar Bazar, here on Friday. The competition was held under guidance of Subodh Kumar Verma, district resource person.

CM approves 50 beds for civil hospital’s de-addiction centre

Chief minister Parkash Singh Badal visited de-addiction centre at Lord Mahavira Civil Hospital on Friday. Though the CM stayed there hardly for five minutes, he agreed to increase the number of beds in the de-addiction centre to cater more patients.

Taxpayers demand extension of income tax return filing date

The taxpayers are not satisfied with the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) move to only extend the date for the annual audit report filing and not for the income tax return filing, which would have simplified the overall process of filing returns.

Farm experts from region participate in joint technology review meeting

Farm experts from Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi; Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar; Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishwavidyalya (CSKHPKV), Palampur; and YS Parmar University of Forestry and Horticulture, Solan; participated in a joint technology review and dissemination committee meeting at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) on Friday

National seminar on scope of agri business management held at PAU

A national seminar on “Scope of agri-business management in India” was organised at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU). Gurupkar Mehta and Ishan Chawla, economic professors at Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB), Symbiosis International University, Pune, delivered a lecture and held an interactive session with the PAU students.

Treatment refused to HIV-positive woman: DFWO to conduct inquiry

Taking note of the complaint by an HIV positive woman, who was allegedly refused treatment at the Khanna civil hospital, the assistant civil surgeon has directed the district family welfare officer (DFWO) to conduct an inquiry.

Cops ‘make money’ off seized sand

Illegal sand mining seems to have proved a blessing in disguise for some police personnel at Salem Tabri police station. After seizing the illegally mined sand, cops at the station have been allegedly selling off the sand.

MC leaves parks to locals’ tending

With delay in issuing funds to the park management committees (PMC), residents are spending money from their pocket to maintain various parks in the city. Members of some PMCs claimed that funds have not been issued this year.

Man, 6 of kin booked for driving wife to suicide

The police have booked the husband and in-laws of a woman for allegedly driving her to suicide by harassing her for not bearing a child.

National seminar on scope of agri business management held at PAU

A national seminar on "Scope of agri-business management in India" was organised at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU). Gurupkar Mehta and Ishan Chawla, economic professors at Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB), Symbiosis International University, Pune, delivered a lecture and held an interactive session with the PAU students.

Students of PU regional centre conferred degrees

Panjab University Regional Centre, Ludhiana, organised its first convocation on Thursday. A total of 66 students of BA LLB and LLB (Batch-2013) of University Institute of Laws (UIL) and 43 students of MBA (since inception) from University Business School (UBS), were conferred their degrees.

‘Worm’ in burger, health dept collects samples

A worm was allegedly found in a burger served to a city resident by McDonald’s at Westend Mall on the Ferozepur Road. Complainant Hardeep Singh said he and his friends went to McDonald’s where they ordered three burgers and found a worm in one of the burgers.

Tax professionals welcome extension of date for filing audit reports

In the wake of recent amendments in the tax audit forms, 3CA-3CD and 3CB-3CD, and after receiving an unsatisfactory response from the taxpayers and tax auditors while exercising power conferred by Income Tax Act (Section 119), the Central Board of Direct Taxes has extended the date for the final submission of audit report from September 30 to November 30.
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