Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015
Ensure safety of students, or face action: DCP to city schools

Ensure safety of students, or face action: DCP to city schools

Naveen Singla said that the school authorities were solely responsible for the safety of their students.

Residents protest against move to demolish temple

Residents protest against move to demolish temple

Mukesh Khurana, president of the temple, said that temple was not an encroachment & was constructed in 1992.

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More wait for lakhs as AAP proposed new mapping of boundaries.

The parents of the December 16, 2012 gangrape victim also reacted angrily to the remarks made by the convict.

Mumbai Suburban Beef Dealer Association meets minority panel; gears up for protest.

There were instances where the Speaker of the House, Ram Niwas Goel, allegedly acted in a biased manner.

As per the passed resolution, an RWC will be under the chairmanship of the local municipal councillor.

Made remarks while sending man to jail for firing at wedding that killed the groom’s uncle

CMO officials said the move came in wake of demands from the recent ‘Housing For All’ conference.

Cost of removing the blocks and concretising it is about 15 per cent of the total cost of road repairs.

The CDR details were being considered key to provide police with a clear motive for the suicides.

‘If approved, initiative to help women staffers to balance home and work while not affecting their productivity’

Mamata suggests deferment to Speaker for Holi, BJP says move taken to ‘avoid embarrassment’.

'I strongly condemn the murder. There is no language to express our sympathies.'

The protest was against RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s recent remarks against Mother Teresa.

State BJP president said that they would write to SEC to request that election to all 99 municipalities are held in April.

Trinamool ‘promises’ top posts to defectors, state Cong chief ready to ‘let them go’.

The police believe someone known to her killed the girl after raping her.

District Collectors have issued advisories to prevent spread of the H1N1 virus in wake of increasing cases of Swine Flu.

Naveen Singla said that the school authorities were solely responsible for the safety of their students.

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Short-term course in hotel management starts in ITI
Short-term course in hotel management starts in ITI

Course was formally launched by Hira Singh Gabria, former minister and chairman, District Planning Board.

Residents protest against move to demolish temple
Residents protest against move to demolish temple

Mukesh Khurana, president of the temple, said that temple was not an encroachment & was constructed in 1992.

3 injured in clash in district court complex
3 injured in clash in district court complex

Siddique said that the accused had also assaulted them on January 31 this year near Jalandhar bypass.

Ensure safety of students, or face action: DCP to city schools
Ensure safety of students, or face action: DCP to city schools

Naveen Singla said that the school authorities were solely responsible for the safety of their students.

Truck driver arrested with 2 kg opium
Truck driver arrested with 2 kg opium

The accused has been identified as Harjinder Singh of Sirsa district in Haryana.

Power supply erratic in Focal Point areas
Power supply erratic in Focal Point areas

It was for third consecutive day that the area got power for only three-four hours in a day.

In ward no. 55, students skip school as dug-up road gets flooded in rain
In ward no. 55, students skip school as dug-up road gets flooded in rain

The pathetic condition of the road has hit three schools in its vicinity.

No incentives to book industry in budget, says trade body
No incentives to book industry in budget, says trade body

“The present budget is very disappointing for Punjab.”

Lodhi Club map never approved, Rs 34-lakh dues pending, says RTI reply
Lodhi Club map never approved, Rs 34-lakh dues pending, says RTI reply

The application was filed by two city residents to MC and LIT

Thieves strike at judge house, steal articles, Rs 5,000
Thieves strike at judge house, steal articles, Rs 5,000

Judge Jagmipal Singh filed a police complaint.

Factory employees protest, police use lathicharge
Factory employees protest, police use lathicharge

The labourers vandalised machines, computers and vehicles in the factory.

I like PM Modi, but AAP has started a revolution in Delhi: Miss India 2014
I like PM Modi, but AAP has started a revolution in Delhi: Miss India 2014

Rana was on her maiden visit to Ludhiana to inaugurate an Australian footwear store.

Hike in service tax will further increase food inflation: CICU
Hike in service tax will further increase food inflation: CICU

FICO President G S Kular said no incentive to MSME and no change in investment limit of MSME comes as a setback.

Girl kills sister over affair, arrested
Girl kills sister over affair, arrested

The incident took place in Dhandari Kalan locality.

Fake degrees, certificates seized, one held
Fake degrees, certificates seized, one held

SHO Beant Juneja said that the police would summon all those people who bought degrees from the accused.

Two teachers found absent from duty
Two teachers found absent from duty

The teachers, Harsh Jaggi and Nitima, left the school after marking attendance in working hours.

Poetry, satire and politics, PAU alumni meet ends on literary note
Poetry, satire and politics, PAU alumni meet ends on literary note

Poems, satire and politics were the highlights of the spicy and interesting session.

Couple attempts suicide, hospitalised but stable
Couple attempts suicide, hospitalised but stable

Couple was identified as Avtinder Singh, 24, a resident of Anandpura Mohalla, and his wife Gurpreet Kaur, 20.

On hunger strike,  Khalsa taken into preventive custody
On hunger strike, Khalsa taken into preventive custody

On Thursday, the Shiv Sena Secular held a rally in support of Khalsa.

3 more die of swine flu, toll 10
3 more die of swine flu, toll 10

Four new patients have been diagnosed with swine flu, taking the total to 40.