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HindustanTimes Mon,22 Sep 2014

Patiala

Will fill backlog of handicapped in govt jobs: Dhindsa

Finance minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa said that state government will fill the backlog of physically handicapped in government jobs in the all departments.

Arvind Khanna supports ITI students' demands

Senior Congress leader and Dhuri MLA, on Sunday, extended support to the agitating students of various industrial training institutes (ITIs) in the state. He said demands of the students were genuine and the government did not require too much to fulfil them.

Children Traffic Training School decaying due to authorities' laxity

The condition of Children Traffic Training School, which was inaugurated by former director general of Punjab police KPS Gill, is in shambles as traffic lights and other facilities have been stolen and no repair work took place to retain it.

PRTC pensioners start indefinite hunger strike against non-payment of pension

Pepsu Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) pensioners on Saturday started a hunger-strike against the non-payment of monthly pensions.

CPS goes on surprise visit to Nabha civil hospital

Chief parliamentary secretary Navjot Kaur Sidhu conducted a surprise raid at the Nabha civil hospital on Saturday.Sidhu checked hospital records and visited various departments to oversee the facilities being provided to patients.She also verified the records of free medicines provided by the Punjab government.

EBT system to be implemented for village pensioners

The district administration on Saturday decided to implement Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) system to streamline the process of pension disbursement to villagers.

ITI students hold protest marches at Malerkotla, Sunam

Hundreds of students of industrial training institutes (ITIs) at Malerkotla and Sunam  boycotted their classes and held protest marches on Friday in their respective cities in favour of their demands.

Man gets life term for murdering ex-wife

On the statement of his daughter that he had killed his ex-wife on May 27, a man named Shamsher Singh was Wednesday awarded life imprisonment here.

Patiala rural MLA attends meeting, takes up issues

Patiala rural Member of Legislative Assembly Brahm Mohindra attended the meeting and raised several issues in need of immediate attention.

British high commission to organise study visa camps

With a view to help youths looking to study in the United Kingdom, the British high commissioner has agreed to organise study visa camps to guide students.

'Harassed for dowry', young  woman ends life in Sangrur

Harpreet Kaur (27), married to Baljeet Singh of Dadheri village of Mandi Gobindgarh two years ago, committed suicide by hanging herself with a ceiling fan at Bimbad village of Bhawanigarh sub-division of the district on Tuesday night.

PRTC pensioners block main gates of bus stand

Continuing their protest, the Pepsu Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) pensioners on Wednesday blocked the gates of local bus stand for two hours on Wednesday.

Patwari arrested for taking bribe in Sangrur

The vigilance bureau (VB) on Wednesday nabbed a Patwari, posted at Khanauri, and his private assistant Kuldeep Singh while accepting a bribe of Rs 10,000 from a person in Khanauri.

Cow carcass case: Groups threaten to block railway lines on Sept 24

At a meeting held by Hindu organisations in Malerkotla on Tuesday, leaders decided to block railway traffic for two hours on September 24, if the district police failed to solve the case of carcasses recovered from sewerage.

25-year-old man hangs himself to death at Dhuri

A 25-year-old man ended his life by hanging himself to death on a tree near Dhuri railway station on Monday night. The deceased has been identified as Krishan Singh, a resident of Patran.
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