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Panic grips Mansa villages, only five call homes
Indian Express

Kullu bus accident leaves more than physical scars

Manpreet Singh of Joga village in Mansa district of Punjab was the only breadwinner of the family of four, including his father, a younger sister and a brother. Manpreet, who is still missing, was onboard the ill-fated private bus that plunged into ... Hindustan Times, 3 days ago
Kullu bus accident: Joga awaits 'missing' youth Times of India, 4 days ago
Panic grips Mansa villages, only five call homes Indian Express, 1 week ago

17 gamblers held by CID

Keeping its commitment of tough action against illegal activities, a team consisting of ASI, Rakesh Singh, ASI C.B Singh, HC/1349 S. Thimmiraj, HC/613 Suden Dey, HC/1059 Ibrahim, HC/2411 Mohd. Rafique, PC/1904 Somen Biswas, PC/848 Vinodh Kumar, ...
 The Echo Of India6 days ago

5 Sikh candidates told to remove articles of faith for AIPMT retest

CHANDIGARH: The strict dress code implementation by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) retest on Saturday forced five baptized Sikh students in Punjab, Chandigarh and Jaipur to remove their ...
 Times of India1 week ago Amritdhari students asked to remove articles of faith in Bathinda for taking AIPMT exam  Times of India1 week ago

Most passengers belonged to Bathinda and Mansa

BARNALA/BATHINDA: Kin of travellers of the ill fated bus that fell into Parbati River left for Kullu on Thursday evening. Almost all 50 passengers of the bus belonged to Bathinda and Mansa districts. 11 passengers were from village Jaga Ram Tiarth, ...
 Times of India1 week ago

NGT notice to Centre, UP on wetland

GHAZIABAD: The National Green Tribunal on Wednesday issued notices to the Union and state governments and five others regarding a wetland of 48 acres in Vasundhara, notified as Hindon Bird Sanctuary, which was allegedly sold to private builders by ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Forest Dept barks up the right tree!

ruction company contracted by DMRC for the extension of Delhi Metro's Red Line till New Bus Stand in Ghaziabad has been fined with `1 lakh by the Forest Department. The penalty was levied on the construction company M/S GYT-TPL, a joint venture of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago DMRC contractor fined for shifting trees  Prokerala1 month ago

NGO seeks action against burning waste in Ghaziabad

A voluntary organisation in Ghaziabad has sought action against the municipal commissioner, and the health and horticulture officers for burning waste in the open in violation of the National Green Tribunal's orders. The three officials against ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago

With a great honour & devotion, the Dharmik Darshan Deedar Yatra moved from Gurudwara Amb Sahib to Chandigarh

The Dharmik Darshan Deedar Yatra, a unique initiative of the Punjab Government & Siromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) for the darshans of relics of Gurus, reached at district SAS Nagar. Here the yatra moved through various places and ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 month ago

IOC, Air India declared joint winners

V.S.Vinaya of Air India and Deepak Thakur of IOC receiving the Mcc-Murugappa gold cup hockey tournament trophy from A. Vellayan, Chairman, Murugappa Group at the Mayor Radhakrishnan Stadium in Chennai on Sunday. Were declared joing-winner after a ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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