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Maluka backed PSEB secy despite adverse report on his MTech de...

CHANDIGARH: Before shifting to rural panchayats department, then Punjab education minister Sikander Singh Maluka, in his May 22 letter, had backed PSEB secretary Gurinderpal Singh Bath despite the findings of principal secretary (education) Anjali ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Book review: Akalis created a perceived sense of grievance

Cover of the book. Strictly Personal: Manmohan & Gursharan by Daman Singh HarperCollins, Rs 699 Clearing my throat, I announce that I have an idea for my next book. My mother smiles encouragingly. My father shows no sign of having heard.
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

Honest Officers Have To Suffer At The Hands Of Their Political Masters In Punjab, Says Retired IAS Officer

Forced To Retire, Jasbir Singh Bir Now Does Charity Work For Prabh Aasra Which Helps The Downtrodden! Political corruption has really affected bureaucracy because those who follow their political masters and promoted and rewarded financially but ...
 Link2 months ago

Sporting funky hairdo to outdo rivals at Antaragni

A hub of fashion, celebration, exuberance and competitions, Antaragni on Saturday witnessed trendy haircuts of boys attending the gala. From pony tails to cropped short hair, from side haircut to centre tails, there was hardly any hairdo that the ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Katju claims lawyer was made judge on Indira's intervention

Press Council of India chairman Markandey Katju churned out a new blog Tuesday, once again pointing out contentious facts. This time, the former Supreme Court judge has claimed that an incompetent lawyer was made a judge of the Allahabad High Court ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

After BJP relents, PTU employees up the ante against another tech varsity

JALANDHAR: After BJP and RSS climbed down on their opposition to setting up of new technical university at Bathinda, it is now the Punjab Technical University (PTU) employees who have started protesting against the state government's proposed move.
 Times of India1 month ago

Too bad you are dead, cheque is in the mail

By | India Today Ordinary lives are cheap in India. So all government has to do in name of disaster management is to dole out relief money. There is a cruel little tattle involving the late Giani Zail Singh which came back to me after 37 years. It ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
Times of India

India comes first for boxing guru Manoharan

Bangalore: Ganapathy Manoharan does not dream of personal grandeur or national praise. Having spent almost three decades producing champion boxers for India, the vastly experienced 56-year-old Dronacharaya award winner is still yearning for more. ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Minister says to review historical floating restaurant project

The plight of the floating restaurant at Sirhind on the Delhi- Amritsar national highway is changing day by day as it was learnt that the Punjab government had not given any attention towards its condition for the last many years. Moreover, no ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Digital Storage Oscilloscope 100 MHz [TendersInfo (India)]

D Digital Storage Oscilloscope 100 MHz [TendersInfo (India) (TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Contract Awarded for Digital Storage Oscilloscope 100 MHz Contract Awarded Date: 26/08/2014 PTCode: TEQIP-II/PB/PB1G03/276 Contractor name ...
 TMC Net1 month ago
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