With the post tehsildar at Khamano has been lying vacant for three months, people are facing various problems and revenue-related work has got stuck. Now only Naib Tehsildar is posted in Tehsil Complex, Khamano.
The presentation of nearly 350 papers at the international conference on women development here on Saturday raised many eyebrows as the papers were presented without any discussion and before empty chairs.
Around 50,000 cases have been disposed of by the National Lok Adalat in Patiala, Sangrur and Fatehgarh Sahib districts on Saturday with an objective to lower down the pendency of cases in various courts.
After five years of its inception, a team of the University Grants Commission (UGC) recently visited Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee-run Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University (SGGSWU) here to carry out an inspection of the infrastructure required for its permission to carry out higher education like PhD, MTech, MBA, MSc, MCom, etc at the university.
The Amloh police on Friday booked eight persons, including a woman, in connection with attempt to murder of a Ghutind resident. Following the statement of Gurbachan Singh, uncle of the victim and a resident of the same village, police booked Dilbagh Singh, alias, Bagha, and his other family members
In a relief for Bharat Inder Singh Chahal, who was the media adviser to then Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh, the Punjab Vigilance Bureau (VB) has given the clean chit to his wife Jaswinder Kaur in the disproportionate assets case registered here in 2007.
Rued over non-fulfilment of their longstanding demands, the PEPSU Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) Workers Union is all set to launch a protest at various places from November 25.
A two-day international conference on 'Women and Development' organaised by Women's Studies Centre commenced at Punjabi University on Friday.
Fed up with the ignorant attitude of Punjabi university authorities, the students of the university under the banner of Student Federation of India (SFI) on Thursday sat on hunger strike at Bhai Kahan Singh Nabha Library in front of the university here.
Bhai Nand Lal Library was inaugurated by Darshan Singh Dhaliwal, non-resident Indian (NRI) from the United States of America (USA), at Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University (SGGSWU) here on Thursday.
Though the Punjab government will inaugurate the Talwandi Sabo and Rajpura thermal plants in the next fortnight, the actual generation from these plants will begin only next year.
Criticising Congress leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal for her statement about the poor fiscal health of the state, chief minister Parkash Singh Badal has said the government was providing atta-dal to about 15 lakh families, which would not have been possible with the poor financial health of the state.
The court of sessions judge, Fatehgarh Sahib, has directed police to protect life and liberty of two couples. As per a petition, Sarabjeet Singh, who belongs to Sirhind had married a girl from Urmar in Hoshiarpur district on October 25. Now, they are living in Sirhind, but relatives of the girl are allegedly issuing threats to them. The judge issued directions to the Sirhind SHO to protect life and liberty of the couple.
The non-teaching employee at Punjabi University - who had assaulted a medical officer (MO, posted at the university health centre three days back - is roaming fearlessly and freely on the campus, thanks to the university authorities who failed to take any action against him.
Much to the embarrassment of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leadership, party's Patiala unit press secretary Sukhjit Singh Baghora was arrested by police alleged on Tuesday for extortion and threatening a woman.