HindustanTimes Tue,16 Sep 2014


Strike by national players enters day 4

 Hunger strike by two national-level sportswomen, after being denied admission at the Government Physical Education College here, entered fourth day on Monday as talks between the agitators and Punjabi University management failed.

Four killed as car overturns

Four people, including a woman, travelling in a car were killed on Monday when their vehicle overturned and rammed into a tree on Samana-Patran Road.

Bank employees protest move for private players' inclusion

Bank employees' unions held a protest on Monday in front of the State Bank of Patiala (SBoP) head office against "unwarranted banking reforms", and seeking early wage revision.

About 65% teachers in Sangrur govt colleges are guest faculty

 With guest faculty constituting about 65% of the teaching staff at government colleges here, they are largely responsible for educating as many as 10,000 students.

Dr Gandhi donates one-month-salary to J&K relief

Member of Parliament (MP) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Dr Dharmvira Gandhi donated his one-month's salary to Jammu and Kashmir flood victims, on Sunday.

Amity Law School wins RGNUL's law contest

Amity Law School, Noida, won the North India round of Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition organised by Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala, which concluded on Sunday.

2 killed in brief whirlwind as tree falls on them; paddy crop flattened

A couple was crushed to death when a brief spell of heavy rains and high velocity winds caused a tree to fall on them, on Sunday.

Aam Khas Bagh now lies in a shambles

The Aam Khas Bagh, which was once a tourist attraction in the city, lies in shambles waiting for repair and maintenance for the past many years.

Once a popular tourist spot, Aam Khas Bagh now lies in shambles

The Aam Khas Bagh, which was once a tourist attraction in the city, lies in shambles waiting for repair and maintenance for the past many years.

One booked for immigration fraud of rs 4.5 lakh

 A case was registered against Netar Singh of Randhawa village, near Phillaur here, for cheating two youths from Fatehgarh Sahib of rs 4.5 lakh on the pretext of sending them to Canada.

Govt colleges can now directly order free medicines

 In an attempt to streamline the free supply of medicines, the Punjab government is set to provide them directly to government medical colleges across the state.

Minor raped in moving car near Sangrur

A Class-9 student, 14, was raped in a moving car on Saturday in the Longowal area of this district after being kidnapped from outside her school and, later, thrown out in front of a gurdwara.

Roof collapsed: 4 injured

Four members of a family of village Aladadpur were seriously injured as the roof of their house collapsed in the wee hours of this morning. The residents claimed that it was learnt that roof got weakened because of continuous rain held in region. 

Breach of RTI Act: Warrants against executive engineer


The breach of the Right to Information (RTI) Act has put a public information officer here in jeopardy. State Information Commission (SIT) on Friday issued bailable warrants against this public work department PIO.

ADGP Punjab inspects ongoing recruitment process

Punjab additional director general of police and Punjab Police Recruitment Board chairman Iqbalpreet Singh Sahota visited Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College to inspect the recruitment process for female sub-inspectors on Wednesday.

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