In the wake of Diarrhoea outbreak in few parts of the city on Tuesday, the health department has issued advisory for the residents to prevent the further spread of disease on Wednesday.
NAKODAR: Local residents have again sought local government minister Navjot Singh Sidhu’s intervention to take stern action against eleven employees of the Nakodar nagar council for committing grave irregularities in development works. In a reminder communication to local government minister, they said the local body department had imposed financial cuts and stopped annual increments of these eleven employees which were nothing but a mere eye-wash.
Tribune News Service Bathinda, June 18 Members of various organisations and NGOs, led by Baba Devinder Singh Kuttiwal of the Nihang Singh Budha Dal, on Monday locked the main gate of the Civil Hospital in Maur Mandi. They vented ire over the absence of specialist doctors and other staff in the hospital. The members, along with residents, constituted an 11-member committee, which convened a meeting and announced that Maur would observe a bandh on Tuesday. Earlier during the day, the protesters sat outside the main gate of the hospital and raised slogans against the Health Department and the state government. Sensing that their protest didn’t have the “desired effect”, the protesters locked the gate, holding its staff captive. AAP MLA from Maur Jagdev Singh Kamalu, who had...
Parvesh Sharma Tribune News Service Sangrur, June 17 Construction of a garbage pit in the playground of local Government Ranbir College for surrounding areas has angered locals. It’s being done without the written permission of the college authorities, while Nagar Council (NC) officers say they need it to manage waste in a better way. “It’s a playground not a dumping site for garbage. We reside at the backside here and dumping of garbage will make our lives hell. There are many other sites on the city outskirts. The NC authorities must select one of them,” said an elderly Gurcharn Singh. Sources said the NC authorities had contacted the college principal verbally and asked for her permission to construct a pit here. College employees said as the principal was unaware about the details of t
Delhi – The Indian Express
Under the Bhagat Puran Singh Sehat Bima Yojna, as many as 906 residents of belonging to poor strata of society in Sri Anandpur Sahib, have availed of the benefit of state government's welfare scheme of cashless treatment.
Ropar: Residents of Khatana village observed a hunger strike against the alleged irregularities in the allotment of a 5-marla plot on Thursday. The protesters, led by Chuhar Singh, Harjinder Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Darshan Singh and Sukhjinder Singh, sat on a dharna. They were told that the Deputy Commissioner had already ordered an inquiry into the plot allotment, but they didn't budge. Chuhar Singh said if their demand was not met, they would stage a protest at the Ropar mini-secretariat. TNS The Tribune
MANSA: Cleaning of Pond is for the betterment of city resident: DC Mansa. Any objections concerning pond cleaning can be submitted in 2 days.
NURMAHAL: Residents and Shopkeepers of Nurmahal town have expressed anguish over the erratic power supply. Shopkeepers and residents Deepu Tailors, Deep Computers and Lamba Studio said that everyday power supply is disrupted due to line faults and their business is suffering.
Delhi – The Indian Express