KHARAR : A theft has been reported from a house at sunny Enclave kharar . Thieves struck at the house of neeraj yadav and reportedly decamped with Rs 20,000 and gold ornaments worth Rs 20 lakh.
Environment and Education minister Punjab OP Soni today said that the state government has chalked out a comprehensive strategy to make the state clean, green and pollution free by planting around Seven lakh saplings in the coming days to commemorate 550th Parkash Purab of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.
PANCHKULA: A man and his wife hired as domestic help around three months back alegedly stole Rs 5 lakh and gold jewellery from the house of their employer while she was out shopping in sector 7 on Tuesday evening.
Mohali: Police have booked a mumbai – based businessman for allegedly not making payments to a factory after buying garments worth Rs.97 lakh.The fraud came to light after a cheque issued by prem chand mittal, a resident of santi parvati niwas, Mumbai bounced. He is currently working with a mumbai based company, police said.
CHANDIGARH: “The Punjab Government has initiated ‘Ghar Ghar Hariyali’ campaign to ensure a clean and green environment for posterity and under the same campaign, 34 lakh saplings of different types have been distributed free to the people of the State.”
Chandigarh: “The Punjab Government has initiated ‘Ghar Ghar Hariyali’ campaign to ensure a clean and green environment for posterity and under the same campaign, 34 lakh saplings of different types have been distributed free to the people of the State.”
Delhi – The Indian Express
Extending a helping hand to the victims of flood ravaged people in Kerala on appeal of the Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, the Association of Surgical Instruments Manufacturers and Suppliers Jalandhar today handed over a cheque of financial assistance worth Rs 1.50 lakh to Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar Varinder Kumar Sharma.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi government has ordered the restoration of 2.53 lakh ration cards in the national capital and warned officers that they will be 'personally responsible' for starvation deaths of eligible beneficiaries.
Mumbai: A sum of Rs 42.5 lakh was raised for relief work in flood-hit Kerala in a day-long online fundraiser auction by Mumbai-based art auction house Saffronart.