Jagdeep Singh Deep

Articles By Jagdeep Singh Deep

At Fatehgarh Sahib village, police gaurd murder accused’s house

Jaswinder Singh (36), a resident of the village, said that villagers came to know about the murder inside Nabha jail on Sunday morning when a police team reached their village.

Mohali on verge of facing acute water crisis, groundwater level hits all-time low

Experts say the district is overdrawing underground water resources with every residential colony digging up borewells for water supply.

Chandigarh: Kharar flyover gets fresh deadline of March 2020

The potholes, brimming with rain water, makes the lives of hundreds of commuters miserable and they pose a great danger to their lives. According to the officials of the district administration, 370 already-standing structures along the road have not been removed yet, thereby halting the construction work of the flyover.

Fire audit finds over 300 buildings in Mohali without safety arrangements

Fire department to submit report today,recommends actions againts those violating norms.

Chandigarh: ‘No provision for hiring private persons at police stations, posts’

SSP Mohali Harcharan Singh Bhullar said there is no provision of hiring any private person in a police station or police post and in future, action would be taken if found that any private person is working at police stations.

RERA regularises 695 colonies in Punjab

RERA has recently imposed a heavy penalty of Rs 1.5 crore on a real estate company fro selling plots without approval. The company has projects at Mullanpur and Zirakpur.

Gangster Jaipal’s men suspected to be behind robbery in Zirakpur

The robbery took place at Rajesh Verma’s residence. On May 2, some armed robbers entered his flat and kept his children hostage at gun point before running away with some cash and jewellery.

Chandigarh: No adequate safety, fire dept issues notice to owners of hundreds of buildings

According to the fire department officials it was not in their hand to take action as Fire Act is not implemented in the state. So they could only issue the notices and send reminders to the building owners.

Anandpur Sahib Chandumajra lost ground in traditional vote banks, loses his own ward

Chadumajra who lives in Phase II was lost to his opponent Manish Tewari in the area by 424 votes. Chandumajra got 1230 votes in his Phase II, while Tewari got 1654 votes.

Chandigarh: Talk of infighting in Cong doing rounds

Due to infighting within the Congress, its firebrand leader, former mayor Poonam Sharma, had switched sides and joined BJP.

Preneet Kaur wins from Patiala but fails to make dent in SAD vote bank in Derabassi

Kaur received 70,883 votes from Derabassi assembly segment, while Rakhra got 87,993 votes. The internal fighting in the Congress is stated to be the reason for a bad show in Derabassi.

‘9,000 people worked for poll-day success in Mohali’

Mohali Election Officer-cum-Deputy Commissioner Gurpreet Kaur Sapra said, "Challenges are always there. There was a challenge in mobilising the voters first, then to ensure that the election process must be fair and peaceful. I must say that the police force also played its role perfectly."

Mohali village cries for basic amenities, no leader pays any heed

Makhan Singh, whose sister-in-law, Surinder Kaur, is the sarpanch now, tells Chandigarh Newsline that drinking water pipeline has been laid and there is an improvement. However, roads and electricity are still an issue in the village.

On top of Chandigarh candidates’ mind: Jobs, drugs, women security

Sunaina, who is also contesting the elections as an Independent candidate, belongs to Parch village in Mohali district. This area remained neglected till New Chandigarh was developed.

Business as usual for immigration firms duping people under new names

Some people who initiated a crusade against such firms also lodged police complaints but to no avail.

Chandigarh: Raided last year, de-addiction centre opens its gates again

The local police said that they were not aware of the activity.

PSEB declares senior secondary results: 86.41% clear exam, highest in three years

The board recorded a pass percentage of 86.41 per cent, the best in three years, with an increase of 20.44 per cent over last years 65.97 per cent. In 2017, board had recorded 62.36. pass percentageGirls again outshone the boys securing a pass percentage of 90.86 compared to 82.83 per cent of boys.

PSEB Class 10th results: Mohali government schools outdo private schools

Last year, only seven schools had 100 per cent results while 15 schools had a pass percentage of over 90. This year, 44 schools have a pass percentage of over 90.

PSEB Class 10th results: 91.09% clear English exam, but the subject still records maximum failures

28,256 students failed in English subject as compared to 89000 students last year. This year, total 3,17,371 students had appeared for English examination.

PSEB Class 10th results: 85.86% pass — a 26% rise & highest in three years

Last year, the pass percentage was 59.47% and 57.5% in 2017. In 2018 and 2017, the PSEB claimed that grace marks were not given to students.