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Maluka opposes interference of Centre in education schemes
February 8, 2013
Punjab education minister Sikander
Maluka has opposed the interference of the central government in education s ...
Finally, financial aid pours for thalassaemic boy
January 29, 2013
Finally, monetary aid has started pouring in from different quarters for thalassaemic 12-year-old Kamal, whose father wa ...
'Health of LPU African student improving'
January 16, 2013
More than six months after Burundi national Yannick Nihangaza, studying in a private university in Jalandhar, was brutal ...
Lohri of newborn girls celebrated
January 11, 2013
In an effort to protect the unborn girls, who often meets their end in the womb itself, the Community Health Centre, Tri ...
Police in a fix over YC's ambulance campaign
December 11, 2012
The Youth Congress' campaign against chief minister Parkash
Badal's picture on new ambulances launched by the stat ...
One-way traffic plan goes off track
December 7, 2012
The one-way system introduced on city roads two years ago by the district administration in a bid to control traffic has ...
Govt school 'dumped' by authorities
December 5, 2012
Poor sanitary conditions in and around the government elementary school in New Power House Colony in the city have put t ...
For UK lady charity begins in India
December 4, 2012
Kuldeep Kaur Bedi, a magistrate in London, would be holding an open camp for helping the marginalised and downtrodden pe ...
13 cases of burns reported at city hospital
November 14, 2012
Festival of Lights turned out to be black for many locals as Rajindra Hospital reported 13 cases of burns suffered while ...
Hooliganism continues unabated
November 7, 2012
In yet another brazen display of hooliganism on Punjabi University campus, around 50-60 students attacked a student of t ...
Child labour continues unabated
October 31, 2012
With the authorities looking the other way, violations of the provisions guarding child labour is carrying on with impun ...
Punjab government ban on tobacco products goes up in flames
October 9, 2012
In spite of a Punjab government ban on sale of tobacco products and substance containing nicotine, sale continues unhind ...
New machines to aid deaf and blind
October 7, 2012
Two new machines intended to provide better academic facilites to the deaf, blind and dumb were launched at the Safidipu ...
Teenaged sisters abandoned by family left on hospital staff mercy
October 2, 2012
Wails of two injured teenaged sisters - Gurpreet Kaur (15) and Jashandeep Kaur (13) who have been abandoned by their fam ...
Injured girls abandoned by family
October 1, 2012
Even as various organisations keep raising voice against atrocities on women and children, two teenaged girls have been ...
12 Team Modi members face criminal cases, Uma Bharti tops the list
Matt Damon takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with toilet water
The Alia effect: How Bollywood learnt to laugh at itself
'Air India Day' today, tickets for
Meerut stares at bleak future as communal violence hits its image
Nitish-Lalu's grand alliance trumps BJP in Bihar bypolls
Modi’s first check-up as PM cripples AIIMS
Uttarakhand: 56-year-old woman kills leopard with axe and sickle
'Air India Day' today, tickets for Rs 100
WATCH: Alia Bhatt can laugh at herself, can you?
Supreme Court puts onus on PM to oust tainted ministers
NDA government faces huge job in giving bank accounts to all
India gives itself less than a year to have toilets for girls in every school
Police spot ‘dead’ AAP activist in Bangalore, Nepal
India, Pakistan to hold flag meeting today
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