- 20th June, 2022 The Tribune India
- Two former cricketers appointed members of PCA selection panels
Two former Punjab Ranji and Indian Premier League (IPL) players from Ludhiana have been appointed members of the selection committees of the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA).
- Life of NRI on silver screen
Gurdaspur: Bollywood filmmakers are smitten by the charitable initiatives of billionaire philanthropist and Dubai-based NRI Surinder Pal Singh Oberoi, who donates 98 per cent of his earnings to ensure the downtrodden lead a decent life. Mahesh Bhatt is directing a 2 hour 40 minute biopic on the life
- 151 dengue cases; Health Dept tells dists to ramp up measures
With 151 cases being already reported, the deadly dengue has already spread its tentacles in the state. The recent rain had increased the pace of disease spread, said health officials.
- Mohali: Top officials under scanner for 'shielding' DFO in felling of trees in Mirzapur forest
A Vigilance Bureau (VB) probe against former Forest Ministers Sadhu Singh Dharamsot and Sangat Singh Gilzian in alleged case of corruption in transfers and illegal felling of khair trees has brought under scanner the role of top government functionaries. They allegedly &ldquo;shielded&rdquo; DFO Gur
- Four rob elderly couple of Rs 90,000, jewellery
An elderly couple was allegedly robbed of cash and jewellery worth several lakhs when four robbers, armed with sticks, barged into a house in the Trivedi Camp area at Mubarikpur in Dera Bassi on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday. SI Balwinder Singh, along with a police team, visited the s
- One more held for assault on scribe in Zirakpur
The local police today arrested the second suspect in the case of robbery and assault on a scribe of a vernacular daily on May 4. The suspect has been identified as Ravi Rajput, a resident of Kathgarh village that falls under the Dhakoli police station.
- Police continue search drive in Zirakpur
The police conducted a search operation at the Maya Garden City society on the Nagla road today. However, no suspicious person, weapon or vehicle was recovered from
- Guard killed as vehicle hits bike on Zirakpur - Patiala highway
A security guard was killed when his motorcycle was hit by an unknown vehicle on the Zirakpur-Patiala highway in the wee hours of today. The victim has been identified as Makhan Singh (46), a resident of Rajpura.
- Active cases cross 300 - mark in Chandigarh
Active cases cross 300 - mark in Chandigarh
- Baby girl found abandoned in sack at Chhat village, Zirakpur
The local police recovered a six-month-old girl, packed in a sack, from bushes at Chhat village in Zirakpur today.
- Open house: What steps should the govt take to provide uninterrupted power supply in Mohali?
Public outcry against electricity cuts is unwarranted. The problem of power supply is very acute throughout Punjab. Despite making all efforts, the Punjab government and the PSPCL cannot meet the ever-increasing demand of energy particularly in summer. Supply and transportation of coal to thermal pl
- 19th June, 2022 The Tribune India
- ?Advanced treatment available for varicose veins?
Varicose veins can occur in any part of the leg, but are mostly found on thighs and calves due to strenuous and long hours of continuous standing. The disease marks indication of a malfunction of venous system and should be evaluated by a vascular surgery specialist.
- Scheme betrayal of youth, Army: Mohali Dy Mayor
The local unit of the Congress today slammed the BJP-led Central government for the Agnipath scheme floated to recruit youth for four years in the Army. The party termed it as a big betrayal of the youth of the country.
- Licence of immigration firm suspended
The district administration today suspended the licence of an immigration company, M/s Victoria Guidelines (OPC) Private Limited, for 90 days after a complaint was received by the authorities concerned against the company. The firm, which has its office in Phase 11 here, has a licence till October 3
- Chandigarh daily cases 64
The city witnessed 64 fresh cases of Covid on Saturday. While no new fatality was reported, 37 more persons recovered from the disease. &mdash; TNS