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Education dept to hire consellors to tackle violence

Keeping in view the increase in violence at government schools in the city of late, the UT education department has started the process to hire 87 counsellors to provide help to students. ile 40 counsellors will be hired for senior secondary schools, the rest will be for high schools.

As admn plans auction of 100 sites, quandary over reserve price

With no realty auction taking place in the past five years, Chandigarh administration is in a quandary over fixing the reserve price for the properties it intends to put under the hammer now.

PM Modi to announce relief package for J-K

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to announce a relief and rehabilitation package for flood-hit victims of the Kashmir floods during his one-day visit to Srinagar on Thursday.

Canadian parliament attack: One attacker shot dead by police; few more at large

One soldier was killed and another injured in a shootout near Canada Parliament on Wednesday. All government buildings in vicinity have been put under lockdown.

No political awakening without spiritual power: BJP leader on dera support

Former state minister and BJP leader Ganeshi Lal has said political awakening will never occur without the spiritual power and if the political system does not wake up to its responsibilities how can a nation or state will be developed?

Former V-Cs’ conclave at Hisar varsity foundation day function

The 20th Foundation Day of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, was celebrated at Chaudhary Ranbir Singh auditorium, where several former vice-chancellors were guests of honour.

Constable, friend killed in Sirsa mishap

Two men from Jalanana village in the district were killed when a motorcycle they were riding on collided with a tractor-trolley near Chormar village on Tuesday.

Governor to be chief guest at Haryana Day festival at KU on Oct 27

Kurukshetra University vice-chancellor Lt Gen DDS Sandhu (retd) has said governor Kaptan Singh Solanki will be the chief guest at “Ratnawali”, the state-level Haryana Day celebrations on October 27. The celebrations will be held from October 27 to 30 on the university campus.

After Faridabad fire, allegations of bribe demand fly thick and fast

A day after a horrific fire at a local cracker market reduced fireworks and other goods worth crores of rupees to ashes, the victims on Wednesday directed their ire at officials and cops for allegedly forcing them to pay bribe for clearing licence-related files, a charge that police officers deny.

Now, Tibetans in exile can start enterprises

After getting the right to exercise their franchise in the Indian political system, Tibetans in exile can now start their own enterprises.

Polling-day violence: Youth succumbs to injuries, kin protest

After a Dalit youth from Ramgarh Colony, who was injured in an attack by a dozen miscreants on October 15, the day polling for the Haryana assembly elections took place, succumbed to his injuries in a local civil hospital on Tuesday evening, relatives and area residents held a protest on Wednesday and demanded immediate arrest of the suspects.

17,917 samples of sweets, milk collected to check adulteration

The Punjab health department has so far collected 17,917 samples of sweets, milk and other milk products to check food adulteration during the ongoing festive season.

Badals greet people on occasion of Diwali festival

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal and deputy chief minister Sukhbir Badal on Wednesday greeted the people of Punjab on the eve of Diwali.

EC invites entries for media awards

The Election Commission (EC) of India has invited entries from journalists for the National Media Awards-2014 for print and electronic media categories.

Punjab: 219 new headmasters get choice postings

The Punjab education department on Wednesday gave the postings of choice to all 219 newly appointed headmasters as a Diwali bonanza, education minister Daljit Singh Cheema here said.
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