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HT Punjab news digest: Another Badal ‘bahu’, PGI doc forgets Hippocratic Oath and NEET exams

Here’s a wrap-up of the day’s top news and features from Hindustan Times from the northern region and the diaspora for May 7.

punjab Updated: May 07, 2017 21:06 IST
HT Correspondents
Vinu Badal held a “darbar” at the Bathinda circuit house, a few kilometres from the venue where her husband was addressing a public meeting on Sunday.
Vinu Badal held a “darbar” at the Bathinda circuit house, a few kilometres from the venue where her husband was addressing a public meeting on Sunday.(HT File Photo)

Another Badal ‘bahu’ set to play part in public life

Following in the footsteps of her sister-in-law Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Vinu Badal, wife of state finance minister Manpreet Badal, took a first stride towards entering public life as she held a “darbar” at the Bathinda circuit house, a few kilometres from the venue where her husband was addressing a public meeting on Sunday. Read full story here

You pelt stones at soldiers and come here for treatment: Doctor ‘tells’ Kashmiri patient

A doctor in Chandigarh’s Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) allegedly threw the Hippocratic Oath out of the window and abused a Kashmiri woman and her son, ticking them off for throwing stones at security forces in the Valley and coming to Chandigarh for treatment. Read full story here

Sacrilege row: Punjab seeks AG’s opinion on proposal of life term for desecrators of Guru Granth Sahib

The Captain Amarinder Singh-led Congress government in Punjab has sought the opinion of its advocate general on a bill passed under the previous SAD-BJP regime that seeks life term for desecrators of Guru Granth Sahib. Read full story here

NEET 2017: In Chandigarh, 17000 students appear for the exam today

Amid tight security cover at each of the 27 exam centres in Chandigarh, as many as 17000 students appeared in the national eligibility cum entrance test (NEET), on Sunday. Read full story here

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