NAWANSHAHR: The youngest MLA from Nawanshahr, Angad Singh has brought laurels to the constituency . He has been nominated by the Speaker, Punjab Assembly to participate in the National Legislators Conference held in New Delhi under the aegis of Indian Parliament from March 10 to 11. The two day conference dedicated to commemorate the International Women Day, was chaired by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. As many as five legislators including three women and two men legislators from each Assembly were invited to the National Legislators Conference having the theme " We for Development ".
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) President Sukhbir Singh Badal today said Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh had not only betrayed people of Punjab but also his constituents of Patiala by failing to to even visit them once in the last one year, forget doing anything for them.
Tribune News Service Ludhiana, March 11 Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh today distributed appointment letters to 9,592 youths under the government’s flagship “Ghar Ghar Rozgar” scheme. The Congress government completed one year in office today. The CM claimed that 1,61,522 jobs were generated during this period. Though the mega job fest was held on the PAU campus today, Congress leaders did not leave any opportunity to blame the previous SAD-BJP government for all ills afflicting the state. Addressing a gathering, comprising mostly students, the Chief Minister, who turned 76 today, congratulated the youths who got appointment letters and thanked corporate houses for being part of the job fairs. Amarinder said with his government now fully settled, the process of givi...
JALANDHAR: The open auction for the Scooter/ Car parking and Canteen in the District Administrative Complex would be held on March 16, 2018, at the Court of Additional Deputy Commissioner (General).
AMRITSAR: “Legal Services Authority has big role to play in ensuring speedy justice to the poor and needy persons, everyone should avail the services being rendered by Legal Services Authority to protect their legal rights as well as to get benefits of the welfare schemes of the government.” It was said Justice Shiavax Jal Vazifdar, Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court while addressing the gathering in the Chetna Camp organized at Satya Bharti Senior Secondary School Kohala (Chogawan). This camp was organized by the Punjab Legal Services Authority and District Legal Services Authority with the help of District Administration.
JALANDHAR: Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar cum District Election Officer Varinder Kumar Sharma today said that the persons who had gone abroad for study or employment could also register themselves as ‘Overseas Electors’ in voter list of their area.
CHANDIGARH: Veteran Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan is in awe of child artiste Aakriti Sharma, who will debut with TV show "Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala".
Chandigarh, March 8 Punjab-based truck operators, who are engaged into transportation of foodgrain, today decided to boycott the tender process for the coming rabi marketing season in protest against the state government’s move of not floating tenders for the whole procurement season. “We have decided to boycott the tender process for the transportation of wheat as the state government has called tenders only for wheat crop as against usual practice of calling tenders for both wheat and paddy crops,” said All Punjab Truck Operator Union President Happy Sandhu. “The government can make arrangements for transportation of crop on its own. We will not transport crop unless our demand is met,” Sandhu said, adding that around 70,000 trucks were engaged in the transp...
Kuljit Bains IG Gurpreet Deo, a lady IPS officer of the Punjab Police, demonstrated unusual forthrightness and boldness on International Women’s Day in stating that the problem of sexual harassment within the force is serious. The statement was front-paged by The Tribune on March 9 under the headline “‘Sexual abuse rampant’ in Punjab Police”. The matter would have passed without much notice had there not been a subsequent denial from the officer herself (which has not been published). The turnaround, in fact, served to underscore the bravery of the first act of honest revelation. It proved just what she had said on the sidelines of a function in Ludhiana while talking to a small group of journalists: “Women [in the police] need to be made aware and given...
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday gifted Ludhiana projects worth Rs.199.54 crore, to give a major boost to the Smart City’s infrastructural development.