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Govt to use PTU corpus fund, college land to build new technic...

The Punjab government will upgrade Giani Zail Singh Engineering College, Bathinda, to the proposed Maharaja Ranjit Singh Technical University with the help of existing resources — funds, land and staff — of Punjab Technical University (PTU) and ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago

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Patrika, 1 month ago

Maluka backed PSEB secy despite adverse report on his MTech degree

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 India2 days 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 Chronicle1 month ago

SAD-BJP alliance marriage of convenience: Bajwa

Punjab Congress president Partap Singh Bajwa on Wednesday dubbed the SAD-BJP alliance as "opportunistic, unprincipled and a marriage of convenience", which had a record of contradictions with the two parties working at cross-purposes, repeatedly and ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Where should Maharaja Duleep Singh RIP?

In Paris, where he died; in Britain, where he grew up and was cremated; in Amritsar, that he loved; or in Lahore, where he belonged. Here is what prominent Punjabis from across the world have to say The global face of Punjab, scholar Tariq Ali ...
 Times of India1 month 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 ...
 Link1 month ago
The Week

His shoes are in England, lantern in Lahore

Last year, 98-year-old Khushi Nand Singh refused to attend the martyrdom day function of his uncle, known as Shaheed-e-Azam (the great martyr) Udham Singh. Khushi Nand was fed up with listening to the same speeches and accepting endless shawls. Why ...
 The Week1 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! India3 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Tips to hone HR skills

What do you do when 100 people gather in front of your house and demand your resignation as the country's labour minister? HR professionals from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka picked up lessons to tackle situations like this from former Lok Sabha ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
The Week

On the dot

Pradeep Chawla spends his day counting seconds. His job depends on it. Scattered across the more than 300 rooms in Rashtrapati Bhavan are clocks—of all shapes, sizes and vintage. Large grandfather clocks, tiny table pieces and antique decorative ...
 The Week1 week ago
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