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Educational TV channel to be launched soon: Pb minister

of India | Ludhiana June 20, 2016 Last Updated at 22:48 IST Punjab Education Minister Daljit Singh Cheema today said the government will soon launch a dedicated TV channel showing educational content for the benefit of school students. The work on Vidya TV is ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Punjab govt not contemplating any ban on Udta Punjab: Shiromani Akali Dal

Education Minister Daljit Singh Cheema said that the impression being created that his party was trying to censor the film was "absolutely untrue". Briefcase SAD said the Punjab govt not contemplating any ban on Udta Punjab. impression ...
 India Today2 weeks ago Kamal Nath's appointment ultimate insult to Sikhs: Parkash Singh Badal  DNA India2 weeks ago Amarinder for uncensored release of Udta Punjab in Amritsar  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Slap at Captain's dharna finds echo: Akalis say he can't control his own men  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
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'Bittu's acquittal confirms he was implicated in false case'

JALANDHAR: After acquittal of former Akali Dal Panch Pardhani leader Daljit Singh Bittu in a case registered under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act in 2012, Dal Khalsa has said that it exposed the designs of the ruling leaders of Punjab to ...
 Times of India1 month ago Ex-militant Daljit Singh Bittu acquitted in case at Ludhiana  Hindustan Times1 month ago

Bathinda cop's murder: Friends did it, say police

BATHINDA: Bathinda police on Sunday said the murder of its constable Gurbinder Singh was not committed by his neighbour Daljit Singh, but by two of his friends. Thirty-year-old Gurbinder's bullet-riddled body was found near Bathinda district's ...
 Times of India1 month ago In Bathinda, drug addict murders cop over money  Times of India1 month ago
Hindustan Times

PSEB class 10 results: Improvement across subjects, but much work left to bedone

In a silver lining for education minister Daljit Singh Cheema, the Class X board results declared on Tuesday has shown a significant improvement in English. Also, the students did fairly well in social sciences and Punjabi- the results of which had ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago PSEB results: Despite odds, they did their parents proud  Hindustan Times1 month ago PSEB Class 10 Results today: Having taught teachers, Cheema Sir now worried more about English paperscores  Yahoo! India1 month ago PSEB 10th Result 2016: Punjab School Education Board to announce Punjab Board 10th result today; check pseb.ac.in and punjab.indiaresults.com/pseb/default.htm  Financial Express1 month ago
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United News of India

Cheema honours meritorious board students in Jalandhar

Jalandhar, May 14 (UNI)- Punjab Education Minster Dr Daljit Singh Cheema today honoured nine students and their parents during a function organised for displaying excellence in the results of 12th standard declared by the Punjab School Education ...
 United News of India1 month ago

Next Phase Of Mukh Mantri Vigyan Yatra From May 16: Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema

The Education Minister, Punjab, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema today disclosed that next phase of Mukh Mantri Vigyan Yatra would begin from 16 May under which 33000 students per month would be taken to the tour of Pushpa Gujral Science City Kapurthala ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 month ago Mukh Mantri Vigyan Yatra phase-2 from May 16  HT Syndication1 month ago

31 Students From Meritorious Schools Crack Iit Exam: Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema

The Punjab Education Department has every reason to celebrate its grand success as 31 students from the meritorious schools of the state have cleared the JEE Advance exams and got selected for prestigious engineering institute of India i.e. Indian ...
 5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago 31 meritorious school students set to join IIT  HT Syndication2 weeks ago 31 students from Punjab Govt schools clear IIT  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Police crackdown on Sikh leaders, activists; Massive raids; Bhai Daljit Singh arrested

The Punjab police today launched a massive crackdown against Sikh leaders and activists and police parties conducted massive raids in various parts of Punjab to arrest Sikh leaders and activists. The News Police crackdown on Sikh leaders, activists; Massive ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online3 weeks ago Tight security in Punjab ahead of Operation Blue Star anniversary  The Hindu3 weeks ago Police detains several radical Sikh leaders  HT Syndication3 weeks ago Radical leaders rounded-up in Punjab ahead of Operation Bluestar anniversary  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
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EXCLUSIVE: Acquittal of Sikh leader Bhai Daljit Singh in a fabricated case highlights misuse of UAPA

Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains and Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur explains the facts related to a 2012 case under so-called UAPA against Sikh leader Bhai Daljit Singh. This case was acquitted by the trial court on May 24, 2016. The News EXCLUSIVE: Acquittal ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online1 month ago Sikh leader Bhai Daljit Singh was acquitted by Ludhiana court in 2012 UAPA case  Sikh Siyasat Online1 month ago
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