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Ludhiana: ARO identifies 42 recruits who got enrolled using fraudulent methods

Earlier, in January this year, Rupnagar (Ropar) police had arrested a gang of touts and had recovered from them fake stamps and seals of SHOs, tehsildars, sub-tehsildars and councillors.

Ludhiana gangrape: ASI dismissed from service for delay in action, SHO shifted

ASI Vidya Rattan was on night duty at Mullanpur Dakha police station on night of February 9 and was suspended for negligence after the gangrape case came to light.

Bail for Badal aide rocks meet, Punjab CM assures probe into delay by Vigilance

Since the Chief Minister also is the Home Minister of the state, the Vigilance Bureau comes under him. The VB had booked Kolianwali on July 1 for amassing wealth not proportionate to his sources of income.

‘This region has lots of engineering talent’

A topper in his school, he ranked 20th in the Joint Entrance Examination in 1985. These days, Alok Ramsisaria enjoys mentoring young entrepreneurs besides hosting TiECON, the annual conference of TiE.

Ahmedabad: MSU researcher gets global grant for vesicular trafficking study

The purpose of this five-year-long research is to understand the functionality of these proteins and their role in metabolic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and neuronal diseases.

‘Not feeling safe, we want to go back home’: Kashmiri students in Ambala

While there are around 400 Kashmiri students in the hostel, they were joined by another 100, who were staying as tenants. As many as 100 police personnel were with the students till late Sunday evening.

Mumbai Confidential: Making A Comeback

On February 11, Devendra Fadnavis had transferred Medha Gadgil out of the Relief and Rehabilitation department, posting her as the Chairman-cum-Managing Director of the Maharashtra State Financial Corporation, which is seen as an inconsequential posting.

Chandigarh: Over 100 Kashmiri students arrive in Landran; gurdwara, shelter offer food and lodging

After reaching Landran, the students recounted what they had gone through in the past three days. Those from Dehradun said some were asked by their landlords to vacate their rooms.

Act tough against Pakistan: students in Pune

The main purpose of these attacks is to divide and cripple Indian society. “The situation seems to be similar, even after the surgical strike, so, we should do everything possible to maintain the sovereignty of the nation,” a media student said.

Measles-Rubella immunisation campaign: PMC meets target, vaccinates more than 8 lakh children

According to state health department data, a district-wise break-up shows that Pune has secured the fourth place in the state in achieving cent per cent target to vaccinate children between nine months and 15 years.

Maharashtra: CVC writes to state over retired bureaucrat’s ‘unusual’ transactions; CM orders probe

Under scanner, former Additional Chief Secretary (Home) K P Bakshi says transactions carried out by him are ‘legitimate’ and ‘bonafide’

Police recruitment: Change in format—Now, written test to be held before physical exams

Meanwhile, a large number of aspirants who are preparing for police recruitment tests have said they will be going on a hunger strike next week against the “sudden changes” that have been introduced.