The Punjab government has failed to break the deadlock between its revenue department and postal authorities over the sale of revenue stamps of the denomination of Rs.1 through post offices.
Nakodar: The Punjab government has failed to break the deadlock between its revenue department and postal authorities over the sale of revenue stamps of the denomination of Rs.1 through post offices. Post offices across Punjab had stopped selling revenue stamps since February 2005, demanding their commission to be hiked from 3% to 6%. However, the revenue department refused to accept the demand and wrote to the Centre to intervene, but to no avail.
Delhi – The Indian Express
Delhi – The Indian Express
NAWANSHAHR: As the scheduled panel meeting with the Education Minister after the massive rally at Ludhiana has ended in deadlock, the different unions of the teaching and non teaching employees under the aegis of " Shikhiya Bachao Manch" have started gearing themselves up with zest to hold another massive rally at Dinanagar, hometown of the Education Minister, Aruna Chaudhary, on April 1.
ROME: Italy is on course for a hung parliament after voters backed right-wing and populist parties in Sunday's general elections, vote projections based on partial results suggested on Monday.
Parvesh Sharma Tribune News Service Sangrur, February 28 The local La Foundation School (LFS) wrote to the CBSE Chairman today that Army Public School (APS) — the exam centre designated by the board — should arrange the required furniture on rent. Two days ago, the Army school authorities had asked LFS to arrange furniture for the latter’s 80-odd students. Otherwise, they would have to sit on the floor (mats). Examinations for Class X will start on March 12. “Today, I got a call from Hoshiar Singh from the CBSE office, Panchkula. He asked me to cooperate with APS, but I clarified that I do not have the required furniture,” said Yogesh Garg, Director, LFS. In his email to the CBSE Chairman today, Garg has stated that the APS authorities have set a deadline of March 3 for them to provide the
New Delhi: The deadlock on the triple talaq bill in the Rajya Sabha continued on Thursday with the opposition insisting on its reference to a Select Committee for detailed scrutiny and the government rejecting the demand.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is meeting China's State Councillor Yang Jiechi in the national capital for the 20th round of Special Representatives talks where the two are likely to deliberate on ways to maintain peace along the 4,000-km-long border between the two Asian giants. Top India News- News18.com
India's nominee Dalveer Bhandari and Britain's Christopher Greenwood are locked in a major battle as 11 rounds of elections held in both the UN General Assembly and UN Security Council. Top India News- News18.com