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Bicycle associations resent govt quality control proposal, to take up issue with Road ministry

They also emphasised how a bicycle is neither covered under the Motor Vehicle Act nor requires to registered.

Controversy over delay in subsidy for last year’s China trip

Delay in disbursement of subsidy for last year’s China tour has resulted in controversy among two groups of UCPMA.

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PPCB lifts SAC approval for building plans,industrialists heave sigh of relief

For zoning of plots in the designated industrial areas,the industrialists now need not get the building plan approved from director of factories.

Abolish zoning system in focal points: Cycle industry to PSIEC

Following an accident in Sheetal Vij’s under-construction building in Jalandhar,PSIEC had implemented zoning policy due to which the industrialists were told that they could do construction only in 60% area and the rest had to be left open taking safety measures.

Participants blame hosts for dismal footfall

Participants of the India International Bicycle Expo 2013 rued poor response from dealers outside Punjab as compared to last year,on the second day of the expo,on Saturday.

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.

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UCPMA issued subsidy of Rs 15 lakh for China tour

Subsidy of two members of the delegation cancelled.

Industry wants it withdrawn, threatens indefinite stir from today

The already striking furnace industry claims that business has come to a standstill after E-Trip has been implemented and has forced the closure of many units.

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.

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