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HindustanTimes Sun,28 Dec 2014

Bathinda

DEOs ordered not to let teachers use mobiles during teaching hours

The Punjab education department has woken up to the alleged misuse of mobile phones by school teachers during duty hours after a complaint in this connection received at a sangat darshan held by deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on December 10.

DEOs ordered not to let teachers use mobiles during teaching hours

The Punjab education department has woken up to the alleged misuse of mobile phones by school teachers during duty hours after a complaint in this connection received at a sangat darshan held by deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on December 10.

Jathedar Nandgarh goes against Akal Takht, to celebrate gurpurb on Jan 5

Going by the announcement of the Akal Takht, the highest temporal seat of Sikhs, people are celebrating Guru Gobind Singh's birth anniversary (gurpurb) on Sunday, but the high priest of Takht Damdama Sahib, Talwandi Sabo, near here, jathedar Balwant Singh Nandgarh, is firm on celebrating the day on January 5, according to the original Nanakshahi calendar.

Youth commits suicide in Muktsar, 2 booked

The Malout police have registered a case against  two people Kapil Batra and Rajan Batra, both residents of Jalandhar, under Section 306 of IPC for allegedly abetting suicide by Bimal Soni, 27, a resident of Deep Singh Nagar of Abohar.

Canada-based NRI among 4 killed in road accident in Moga

Four youths, including a Canada- based NRI, were killed in a road mishap late Friday night on the Moga-Kotkapura state highway near Singhan Wala village, 11 km from here, while the speeding Swift car they were travelling in hit a stationary tractor-trolley.

NRI among four killed in road mishap in Moga

Four youths, including a Canada-based NRI, were killed in a road mishap on Friday late night, when a speeding Swift car collided head-on with a tractor-trolley at Moga-Kotkapura state highway near Singhan Wala village, 11 km from Moga.

Aides rebuff charges levelled by Cong MLA Pinki against Kamal Sharma

Close aides of Punjab BJP chief Kamal Sharma, on Friday, trained their guns on local Congress legislator Parminder Singh Pinki for accusing Sharma of having links with a local drug smuggler.

Assault case: ASI, head constable suspended in Moga

An assistant sub inspector (ASI) and a head constable of the Moga district police were suspended on Friday after a criminal case was registered against them.

Pb: 4 arrested with 28,880 bottles of illicit liquor

The police, on Friday, arrested four people after 2,400 boxes containing 28,880 bottles of illicit country-made liquor, loaded in two trucks, were seized by a team of the excise and taxation department from them.

Short film highlighting issues of youth released

Noted film director Manmohan Singh, on Friday, along with inspector general of police (IGP), counter- intelligence , Jitendra Jain, released a short film made by IGP's son Abhinandan Jain.

2 injured in clash between SAD and BJP groups

Two persons were injured in a scuffle involving firing between two politically backed groups — one by the Bharatiya Janata Party and the other by Shiromani Akali Dal — over a land dispute in Civil Lines area here on Thursday.

SGPC president calls for ban on Ram Rahim’s film

Avtar Singh Makkar, president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), said the Union government should take immediate steps to stop the screening of Dera Sacha Sauda head Baba Ram Rahim’s film MSG as all the Sikh organisations were against it.

Warring ended Badals’ domination at Gidderbaha

The family of Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal has been dominating from the Gidderbaha constituency since much before the birth of current MLA Amrinder Singh Raja Warring, who on Thursday was appointed the Youth Congress president.

Woman killed in car mishap due to fog

A woman was killed when the car she was travelling in collided with another car due to poor visibility owing to dense fog, on Bathinda-Rampura Phul Road on Thursday morning.

Two injured in firing over land dispute

Two persons were injured in a scuffle involving firing between two politically-backed groups - one by the Bharatiya Janata Party and the other by Shiromani Akali Dal - over a land dispute in Civil Lines area here on Thursday.
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