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Youth Affairs dept in process of organizing unique activities

Peshawar: The Youth Affairs Department of Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been in the process of organizing many unique activities in the province. One such activity is the "Inter provincial Youth Exchange Programme ". The first phase of ... Frontier Post, 2 weeks ago

1 images for "punjab archaeology department", 6 months ago

India exhumes 'mutiny rebel' remains

Archaeologists in India are examining claims that remains of people dug up from a disused well in the northern state of Punjab belong to soldiers who revolted against the British in 1857. A Sikh temple said villagers in Ajnala had exhumed the ...
 BBC1 month ago India probe into '1857 rebel' bodies  BBC1 month ago

Renovation work on martyr's house hangs fire

Over six months after the Punjab and Haryana high court directed the state government to initiate renovation work on the ancestral house of martyr Sukhdev Thapar within four months, the state government is yet to even begin the project. As a ...
 Hindustan Times4 weeks ago

The black hole

When a well in Ajnala, a town in Punjab, was dug up, it brought alive a long-known legend — that this is where 282 Indian soldiers who rebelled against the British during the 1857 uprising were buried. For three days, the people of Ajnala, a ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Lack of quorum mars Punjab Assembly proceedings

Three lawmakers, two belonging to PTI and one to PML, pointed out the quorum thrice during the sitting. The bells were rung for five minutes each. On the first two occasions, the House resumed its proceedings on finding the quorum complete, however, ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago

Opp prevents passage of urban uplift authorities bill

LAHORE - By way of pointing out quorum, opposition in the Punjab Assembly on Wednesday thwarted passage of a bill on setting up urban development authorities throughout the province when the chair was going through its second reading after rejecting ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Daily Times

No mega corruption in Punjab Youth Festival, claims govt

LAHORE: The issue of expenses in the Punjab Youth Festival (PYF) became a bone of contention between the treasury and the opposition benches in the Punjab Assembly during Wednesday's session. The opposition, claiming that mega corruption had been ...
 Daily Times1 month ago

Pak's Hassanabdal Buddhist site almost lost due to illegal encroachments

Karachi, March 11 : Pakistan's famous 2,000-year-old Buddhist site in front of Punja Saheb Hassanabdal is close to being lost for ever due to illegal developments, encroachments and rapid urbanization. The department of archaeology and museums ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

1857 question springs from well

Chandigarh, March 4: An unused well in a Punjab town has thrown up the remains of at least 90 men, thought to be sepoys killed by the British during the 1857 revolt. State government archaeologists dug up the bones and skulls between Friday and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Badal promises memorial for 1857 martyrs

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday promised the management of the Gurdwara Shaheedganj in Ajnala town of Amritsar district that the State government would allocate a suitable place for cremating the remains of the 282 martyrs of the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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