Rain brings winter chill to Delhi
Learning a lesson from its past mistakes, the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has started supplying textbooks well in advance for the government school students.
Police have identified and arrested the accused for assaulting Dr Davinder Kumar of Lord Mahavira Civil Hospital near Chand Cinema on Monday.
Five men of rain on Monday disrupted life of the city residents, raising questions over civic body's tall claims.
Members of the Ex-Servicemen Welfare Society were highly dissatisfied with the union budget, as their demand of one rank, one pension has not been approved.
With the increase in fuel price, residents and traders are again at the receiving end, as the prices of essential commodities are likely to increase in the coming days. Increase in price of diesel could also lead to inflated price of fruits and vegetables.
A 40-year-old man from Model Town Ludhiana tested positive for swine flu on Sunday. The patient is undergoing treatment at Post Graduation Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh.
For the upliftment of Muslim students, middle schools in various districts of Punjab would be opened, said Dilbagh Hussain, chairman of Punjab Muslim Welfare and Development Board in state advisory member committee's first meeting on Sunday. The meeting was organised at the Circuit House.
The test of Ludhiana to get status of 'smoke-free district' will start from Monday with the visit of a three-member committee from the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is going to organise a 100 km bicycle rally from Ludhiana to Chandigarh on March 29 and 30 against the VIP culture in Punjab. The rally, which will be led by AAP leader HS Phoolka, also aims at sensitising the people to their rights.
The district guidance counsellor, Santokh Singh, has directed the heads of all government schools in the district to motivate the Punjab State Education Board (PSEB) students to appear in the Joint Entrance Test (JET), which is schedule to be held on April 19.
Faulty speed-breakers are causing mishaps in different areas of the city. At many places speed-breakers have been constructed in an improper manner due to which they are not properly visible.
Police arrested four persons for allegedly trespassing on a private property and attacking its caretaker with sharp-edged weapons near the inter-state bus terminal on Saturday. Seven accused managed to flee the spot.
In yet another case of road rage, two motorcycle-borne men allegedly assaulted a civil hospital doctor after his car splashed slush on them near Chand Cinema on Saturday.
Infuriated over the latter’s alleged love affair, a 20-year-old woman stabbed her 17-year-old sister to death at their house at Dhandari Kalan here on Saturday. She later changed the blood-soaked clothes of the deceased and also washed the floor before fleeing the house.
A 70-year-old woman from Fatehgarh, Samrala, and a 70-year-old woman from Jhuner, Malerkotla, tested positive for swine flu on Saturday. Both the patients are undergoing treatment at SPS Apollo Hospital. A total of 42 cases of swine flu have been diagnosed in city hospitals.