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  • Promotion of adventure sports in Gobind Sagar lake starts
    HAMIRPUR (HP):Time has come when each government has realized the importance ofwater sports of larger economic policy. As of now, lakes are largely restricted to sightseeing and pleasure trips while it demands from us more than of that on the other hand thelow sensibility of arm-chair administration produces stagnation.
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  • NCC Completes Navel Wing Enrollment at Khalsa College
    AMRITSAR:The NCC Naval Wing of Khalsa College Amritsar today completed the naval enrollment for the current session in which 100 students were shortlisted. The procedure of the enrollment procedure was conducted by Indian Navy officials with the help of the Colleges authorities as the students of first year from various streams of the graduate classes participated in the selection process, said Principal Dr. Mehal Singh.
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  • Nakodar resident gets ten-year term for intoxicant powder smuggling
    NAKODAR:Additional district and sessions judge Jalandhar Lalit Kumar hassentenced a drug peddler Saurav Kumar alias Mantari son of JaspalSingh a resident of Vijay Nagar ,Sohlan road, Nakodar, to ten-yearimprisonment for intoxicant powder smuggling. He was also slapped afine of Rs`1Lakh.
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  • Two arrested for stealing motor cycle
    NAKODAR:The Nakodar sadar police have arrested two persons on the charge ofstealing a motor cycle.
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  • Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Patiala organises campaign on Nutri-Garden and Tree Plantation
    PATIALA:Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Patiala in association with IFFCO, Patiala organised campaign on Nutri-Garden and Tree Plantation, today. This campaign was organised to mark the International year of millets. In this event more than 100 farmers and farm women participated.
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  • MCC holds workshops on waste segregation & personal hygiene
    CHANDIGARH:The Municipal Corporation Chandigarh, on Friday, conducted a capacity building workshop at conference hall, MCC building for door to door waste collectors regarding collection of garbage in segregated manner and personal hygiene.
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  • Kapurthala youth congress observes birthday of PM as National unemployment day,burns his effigy
    PHAGWARA:Thousands of workers of the Youth Congress led by Acting President of District Youth Congress Harnoor Singh Harji Mann today observed the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as ‘National Unemployment Day’ and burnt his effigy as a mark of protest.The workers gathered at the local rest house and moved in the city by organizing a protest march. The workers carried effigy of the Prime Minister along with the placards with anti-Modi Government slogan. The effigy was burnt by the wo…
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  • Rail Kaushal Vikas Yojna Training Programme starts in Rail Coach Factory Kapurthala
    KAPURTHALA:Ashwani Vaishnaw, Minister of Railways today virtually inaugurated the Rail Kaushal Vikas Yojana for youth in 75 Railway Training Institutes of Railways from New Delhi,today. The yojana was launched at Rail Coach Factory Kapurthala in the presence of Shri Ravinder Gupta, General Manager, RCF.
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  • GOI team of SBM (G) visits 3 villages of block Aur of SBS Nagar
    SHAHID BHAGAT SINGH NAGAR: Amidst the celebrations of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ which are going on to commemorate 75th anniversary of India’s Independence by conducting Sarpanch Samvad, Swachhta hi Sewa Campains, Rath Yatras, awareness camps in the villages, a team of officials from Swachh Bharat Mission Grameen (SBMG), Government of India visited the three villages of block Aur of district SBS Nagar to participate in the ‘Swachhta hi Sewa’ activities and to monitor the progress of Swa…
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  • Punjab to set up 9 fast track courts, 117 posts created
    CHANDIGARH: With a view to eliminating the pendency of Protection of Children against Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act and rape cases, the Punab Cabinet today approved the setting up of 9 fast track special courts with the creation of 117 posts for the same.
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  • Fire breaks out in basement of CBI building, doused
    NEW DELHI: A fire broke out in the basement of the CBI building located at the CGO complex in the Lodhi road area of the national capital on Friday afternoon.
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  • 2 pharma students of RBU win coveted awards
    MOHALI: Two students of the University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the Rayat Bahra University have won laurels for the university by bagging two coveted awards in the International Conference cum Researcher’s Summit-2021 on ‘Research and Development in Pharmaceutical Sciences: Updates and Perspectives’ organized by University School of Pharmacy, IEC University Baddi.
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  • Monsoon mayhem in UP, more showers likely
    LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh is witnessing its worst ever monsoon mayhem that has thrown normal life completely out of gear. Heavy and incessant rains since the past 40 hours have led to 38 deaths so far.
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  • How All India Radio Amritsar is being blocked by Shimla
    FM radio frequencies of India and Pakistan do not clash with each other. We have frequent clashes between our troops on the line of control in Jammu and Kashmir, but as far as radio frequencies are concerned, we have never clashed with each other. In the past, our shortwave frequencies never had a dispute. Even our medium-wave radio frequencies have not been overlapping with each other. But as far as the domestic FM radio frequencies are concerned, India is a poor planner.
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  • Tajikistan only Afghan neighbour openly taking tough stand against Taliban
    NEW DELHI: Tajikistan is the only neighbouring country of Afghanistan which is emerging as the toughest critic of the Taliban.
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