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HindustanTimes Fri,28 Nov 2014

Jalandhar

MBD resort row: land belongs to panchayat

The upcoming MBD Krishna Resort on the Jalandhar-Phagwara highway has once again run into trouble with the district development and panchayat officer (DDPO) ruling that four kanals and 18 marla portion of prime 8-acre land under the project belongs to Kot Kalan village panchayat.

Indian women showing the way to success after being empowered

Gayatri is an inspiring example of what women can do when they are empowered and are treated as equals with their male counterparts.

Drugs no longer a political issue in Punjab: Badal

While the Punjab unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is trying to corner its alliance partner SAD on the issue of drugs in the state, chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, on Sunday, said drugs were no longer a political issue in Punjab and the state was “deliberately” being targeted to tarnish its image.

Inauguration of new judicial court complex may delay

Already facing a delay of over two-and-half years, the inauguration of the new judicial court complex may miss yet another deadline since elevators are still to be installed in the building.

Govt to make profit from LPG cash transfer scheme

With the launch of the modified direct benefit transfer for LPG (MDBTL) on Saturday in five districts of Punjab, the state government will make more profit with an increase of Rs. 21.60 in value added tax (VAT) per cylinder.

Mining mafia flourishing under SAD-BJP patronage: Jakhar

Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Sunil Jakhar on Sunday said mining mafia is mushrooming in the state under patronage of the leaders of the ruling SAD-BJP government.

Sampla evasive about CPS Avinash Chander’s resignation

Hoshiapur MP and newly appointed union minister of state Vijay Sampla on Saturday refrained from endorsing Punjab BJP president Kamal Sharma and national secretary Tarun Chugh’s demand for the resignation of chief parliamentary secretary (CPS) and SAD MLA Avinash Chander after his name cropped up in drug racket investigations.

Sampla evasive on issue of demand for CPS Avinash’s resignation

Hoshiapur MP and newly appointed union minister of state Vijay Sampla on Saturday refrained from endorsing Punjab BJP president Kamal Sharma and national secretary Tarun Chugh’s demand for the resignation of chief parliamentary secretary (CPS) and SAD MLA Avinash Chander after his name cropped up in drug racket investigations.

Family creates ruckus after patient dies at private hospital

High drama was witnessed at a private hospital here on Saturday morning when relatives of a patient created ruckus following her death, alleging negligence on part of the hospital management.

Robbery at businessman’s house: Now, DCP given probe charge

After a team led by Jalandhar police commissioner failed to make any headway in the alleged robbery at the house of a local businessman two weeks ago, a special investigation team under deputy commissioner of police (DCP) has been given the task to crack the case.

Now, PF dept zeroes in on private hospitals

After cracking a whip on several education institutions flouting mandatory provisions of the Employee Provident Fund (EPF) Act, the regional office of the provident fund commissioner in Jalandhar has now initiated judicial inquiry against seven private hospitals for not complying with the rules even after they were issued notices repeatedly.

Hoshiarpur: 2 held for drug peddling, bootlegging

In an early morning raid, the city police nabbed three persons on charges of drug peddling and bootlegging at Bahadurpur area of the city. Nearly 150 police personnel cordoned off the area before zeroing in on some households.

Bank official surveying mortgaged property assaulted; 2 injured

Unidentified persons attacked two senior officials of a bank at Alipur locality in the city when they had gone for a mortgage survey, leaving both seriously injured.

My Indian roots helped me fight for change: Nikki Haley

Nikki Haley, the first woman governor of South Carolina, US, on Friday said her Indian parents always taught her to fight back and do something to bring in change in the society.

Centre wants Punjab to change way tax is levied on LPG cylinders

Ahead of the re-launch of the direct cash subsidy transfer scheme for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders across five districts in Punjab,  branded Modified Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG (MDBTL) on November 15, the Centre has written to chief minister Parkash Singh Badal to change the way VAT is charged in the transaction to reduce the net price paid by the consumer.
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