HindustanTimes Sat,12 Jul 2014


Punjabi University revises MBA admission schedule

Punjabi University has revised the schedule for group discussion for admission to MBA two-year regular course.

Aided school staff accuse govt of step-motherly treatment

Government-aided school employees have accused the Punjab government of meting out step-motherly treatment to them by not releasing their allowances pending for the past several years.

Farmers hold dharna, demand regular power supply

Farmers, owing allegiance to different unions, held a dharna in front of the office of the sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) here on Monday.

UGC doesn’t grant recognition, clarifies Sikh university V-C

The management and administration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University on Sunday clarified on the University Grants Commission (UGC) recognition issue by saying that the latter does not grant recognition to any private or state university.

Faculty development programme held at Desh Bhagat varsity

Faculty of engineering and technology, department of aeronautical engineering, organised a daylong refresher programme on Saturday as part the Desh Bhagat University's month-long faculty development programme.

'Modi has cheated farmers'

Though the Shiromani Akali Dal and state Bharatiya Janata Party have gone silent after Rs. 50-hike in the minimum support price for paddy, farmer organisations have criticised the NDA government for the "meagre" hike.

SAD councillor, two others killed in Himachal mishap

A Shiromani Akali Dal councillor, Prabhjit Singh Dicxy, and two city residents died after his car fell into a gorge when they were returning from Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, on Saturday night.

Haryana Sikhs don’t want Badal running their shrines: Capt

Captain Amarinder Singh, Congress deputy leader in the Lok Sabha, on Sunday accused chief minister Parkash Singh Badal of trying to distort facts by saying that a separate gurdwara body for Haryana would weaken the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC).

1 lakh getting treatment for de-addiction in state

The state government did not take the drugs issue seriously, but the drubbing at the Lok Sabha elections made it to launch a swift action against it, and currently there are around one lakh people in the state getting treatment for addiction.

Patwari fires at doctor in road rage

Patwari (government revenue official) Talwinder Singh of Tohra village is charged with firing over the head of reputed child specialist Dr HS Aulakh on Saturday in an incident of road rage near here.

Sikh university fails to get UGC recognition

Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, an SGPC institution here, has failed to get recognition from the UGC, which will also jeopardise approval from the All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

Barnala residents block highway along with bodies

Residents of Dhanaula blocked the Bathinda-Chandigarh national highway on Saturday after parking the three ambulances carrying bodies of three youths who, after sustaining burn injuries, died in the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, on Friday.

Repression of Dalits, says AAP

Condemning Friday's baton charge on the Dalits of Balad Kalan, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) parliamentarians Dr Dharamvira Gandhi and professor Sadhu Singh said the state government was suppressing a justified struggle of the workers. It exposed the anti-Dalit face of the Punjab government, the MPs said in a joint statement on Saturday to the press here.

41 Sangrur farmers in judicial custody for attacking cops

The district police have booked 41 farmer members of Zameen Prapati Sangharsh Samiti (ZPSS) for attacking cops on Friday during the auction of reserved panchayat land at Balad Kalan village in Bhawanigharh subdivision of this district.

Land auction: 12 hurt in lathicharge

The auction of panchayati land reserved for Scheduled Castes took an ugly turn at Balad Kalan village in Sangrur district on Friday when the police resorted to a lathicharge on members of the Zameen Prapti Sangharsh Samiti (ZPSS). The samiti members were demanding cancellation of the auction, saying that the prices were beyond the reach of landless Dalit farmers.
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