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To oppose power tariff hike,workers to sport black badges from today

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal’s statement that the average 9 per cent power tariff hike was ‘nominal’,seems to have not gone down well with consumers.

Industrialists meet PSPCL chief engineer,highlight their problems

A delegation of Federation of Industrial and Commercial Organisation (FICO) under the presidentship of Gurmeet Singh Kular met Rashpal Singh.

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Charanjeet defeats Gurmeet by 37 votes

In what can be termed as the closest contest between two giants,Charanjeet Singh Vishvkarma defeated incumbent Gurmeet Singh Kular for post of president

UCPMA polls: Hectic campaigning on,Chawla to support Kular group

Campaging for the elections to the United Cycles Parts and Manufacturers’ Association (UCPMA) is in full swing. The elections are scheduled to be held on September 14 in which Gurmeet Singh Kular,the present president of UCPMA,is re-contesting against Charanjeet Singh Vishvkarma,the previous president of UCPMA. On Sunday,D S Chawla,another former UCPMA president along with his […]

City industrialists oppose proposed power tariff hike

Industrialists are up in arms against the proposed 12.5 per cent power tariff hike in the state.

Budget: City slams 10% surcharge on super rich

The surcharge of 10% on people having an annual income of Rs 1 crore has not gone down well with the cash-rich city.

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State goes all out to woo labour,industry refuses to play ball

To woo labourers to Punjab,the state labour department has come with a few novel ideas.

Industry reacts to proposed 0.5% VAT hike

The proposed 0.5 per cent hike in Value Added Tax has received a sharp reaction from industry which is already under shock after a power tariff hike,online billing notification and proposal of property and professional taxes.

PSPCL not to punish units that violated orders day after grid failure

The Punjab State Power Corporation Limited has decided to waive off the penalty it had imposed on industrialists,who had operated their units a day after power was restored following the Northern grid failure.

Now,industry seeks relief package from state

While farmer unions are demanding Rs 10,000 per acre as drought relief from the state and the Centre,Punjab's industry has for the first time also sought aid from the government.

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