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Developers say that as per the regularisation policies floated by government, plot holders can also get their individual plots regularised, if the developer is not getting the colony regularised. Therefore, the PSPCL should not insist on a separate NOC. (Representative Image/HT File)

Plot owners a harried lot amid PSPCL’s deadlock with colony developers

By Harsimran Singh Batra, Ludhiana
UPDATED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:55 AM IST
With the PSPCL seeking submission of bank guarantees and installation of electric infrastructure in the colony for providing the NOC, developers are contending that they have applied for regularisation under the policies floated by state government in 2013 and 2018, and they need not to apply for an NOC from the PSPCL, separately; meanwhile, individual plot owners are suffering
Sukhbir Singh Badal termed Amarinder’s resignation as Congress’ admission of failure.
Sukhbir Singh Badal termed Amarinder’s resignation as Congress’ admission of failure.

Amarinder resignation Congress’ admission of failure, says Sukhbir Badal

By HT Correspondent, Chandigarh
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:46 AM IST
Says CM Amarinder was “punished by nature” for lying while taking an oath on the Gutka Sahib and that every member of Congress will suffer the same fate
The spying accused, identified as Gurwinder Singh, a multi-task staffer with the Military Engineering Service (MES), is posted at the Bathinda military station.
The spying accused, identified as Gurwinder Singh, a multi-task staffer with the Military Engineering Service (MES), is posted at the Bathinda military station.

Peon at Bathinda military station arrested for spying

By HT Correspondent, Bathinda
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:43 AM IST
The spying accused, who worked with the Bathinda military station, committed the offence after being honey-trapped purportedly by a woman agent of Pakistani spy agency ISI, say officials
SGPC president Jagir Kaur addressing a press conference regarding the Anandpur Sahib sacrilege in Amritsar on Saturday.
SGPC president Jagir Kaur addressing a press conference regarding the Anandpur Sahib sacrilege in Amritsar on Saturday.

Anandpur Sahib sacrilege: SGPC demands narco-analysis test, brain-mapping of accused

By HT Correspondent, Amritsar
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:38 AM IST
SGPC says government’s intention in the Anandpur Sahib sacrilege case is not clear as the conspirators are not being brought to the book
Citizens in Maharashtra may soon be able to say “cheers” to an enhanced taste of their favourite brand of liquor as the state government is planning to make it mandatory for liquor manufacturers to blend a certain percentage of grain-based alcohol in their products. (Representational picture.)
Citizens in Maharashtra may soon be able to say “cheers” to an enhanced taste of their favourite brand of liquor as the state government is planning to make it mandatory for liquor manufacturers to blend a certain percentage of grain-based alcohol in their products. (Representational picture.)

Maharashtra to make grain-based alcohol must for producers?

By Dhaval Kulkarni, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:37 AM IST
While boosting the dormant grain-based alcohol industry in Maharashtra, the state is looking at overcoming likely fluctuations in supply of molasses-based spirit for liquor manufacturers owing to distilleries diverting their stocks to oil marketing companies (OMCs) for blending ethanol in petrol
The Ludhiana police have also requested the sessions court to fast-track the trial so that the minor who was sexually assaulted can get justice at the earliest. (Representative Image/HT)
The Ludhiana police have also requested the sessions court to fast-track the trial so that the minor who was sexually assaulted can get justice at the earliest. (Representative Image/HT)

Sexual assault on minor: Ludhiana police file chargesheet within 3 days

By Tarsem Singh Deogan, Ludhiana
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:37 AM IST
A Class A certificate has been recommended for Ludhiana sub-inspector Ranjit Singh for expeditiously disposing of the case in which a minor was sexually assaulted in her house on September 5, the police filed a chargesheet was filed within 3 days
Though Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra might have gone down in the first half of September as compared to those registered in August, Mumbai has witnessed an opposite trend (Satish Bate/HT PHOTO)
Though Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra might have gone down in the first half of September as compared to those registered in August, Mumbai has witnessed an opposite trend (Satish Bate/HT PHOTO)

Mumbai sees 50% spike in Covid cases in September but fatalities down by 38%

By Mehul R Thakkar, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:32 AM IST
According to data, between September 1 and 17, around 7,407 Covid-19 cases were reported in the city – 50% more than the 4,943 cases recorded during the same period in August
Admn orders closure of Gurdwara Bangla Sahib over Covid norms violation
Admn orders closure of Gurdwara Bangla Sahib over Covid norms violation

Admn orders closure of Gurdwara Bangla Sahib over Covid norms violation

By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:27 AM IST
New Delhi The Chanakyapuri district administration has ordered the closure of Gurdwara Bangla Sahib in Delhi for alleged violation of Covid-19 norms, prompting outgoing Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president Manjinder Singh Sirsa to demand action against the officials concerned
Punjab logs 31 fresh Covid cases
Punjab logs 31 fresh Covid cases

Punjab logs 31 fresh Covid cases

PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:24 AM IST
Muktsar reported six new cases, Jalandhar five, Pathankot four and Ferozepur three, the bulletin said
The basic price of petrol in Maharashtra is <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>40.97 per litre, on which Centre levies excise duty and cess of <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>32.90, while state government imposes <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>30.28 as value added taxes (VAT) on every litre. (Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
The basic price of petrol in Maharashtra is 40.97 per litre, on which Centre levies excise duty and cess of 32.90, while state government imposes 30.28 as value added taxes (VAT) on every litre. (Amal KS/HT PHOTO)

Maharashtra demands for its share of 50,000 crore from excise, cess levied on fuel

By Surendra P Gangan, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2021 01:23 AM IST
The cash-strapped Maharashtra government has demanded its share of more than 50,000 crore from the additional excise duty as well as the agriculture and road cess levied by the Central government on diesel and petrol.
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