- 14th June, 2022 The Tribune India
- 13th June, 2022 The Tribune India
- Delhi Public School, Mohali
Students of Delhi Public School, Mohali, celebrated &lsquo;The International Day for Biological Diversity&rsquo; by participating in various competitions, like poetry recitation, best out of waste and slogan writing. All competitions aimed at creating awareness among students about environment conse
- My plans @ The Summer of 2022
Not everyone goes on trips&hellip;not everyone joins summer camps&hellip;not everyone has enough money to shop well&hellip;however, not everyone gets bored! Apart from the traditional holiday homework that we all get, I have an authentic list of plans that will surpass an enthusiastic personality of
- Guru Nanak Foundation Public School, Mohali
Guru Nanak Foundation Public School, Mohali
- Yoga sessions at Shivalik Public School, Mohali
Shivalik Public School organised various activities with a view to highlight the importance and benefits of yoga among students by conducting special assemblies, PPT presentations on the significance of practicing yoga. The month-long undertakings included essay-writing and poster-making activities
- Aided school teachers in Jalandhar sans salary for past four months
Teachers of aided schools haven&rsquo;t received their salaries for the past four months. During a meeting held to discuss the deteriorating state of aided schools and regarding holding meetings with the government on the issue, teachers said they had been left ignored by successive governments.
- Court issues notice to Punjab's Panchayat Minister
A Kharar court has issued a notice to Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Kuldeep Dhaliwal in response to a petition filed by former AAP spokesperson Captain Bikramjit Singh regarding the &ldquo;illegal&rdquo; possession of 29 acres in Abhipur village of the district&rsquo;s Majri block.
- No arrest in Landran robbery case in Mohali
A day after four armed persons robbed a Landran jeweller of 1-kg gold ornaments and 6-kg silver jewellery, the police are yet to nab the culprits. The police said they were also investigating as to if jeweller Parveen Kumar&rsquo;s acquaintances were involved in the robbery.
- Litmus test for PSPCL as paddy season commences
With the start of the first phase of paddy transplantation on Friday, the power demand in Punjab jumped by more than 1,000 MW on Saturday and the maximum power demand touched 11,236 MW. The power supply in the state was 2,413 lakh units, an increase of 75 lakh units from the start of the staggered p
- Open House: What more needs to be done to make Chandigarh encroachment - free?
Everyday more than 200 migrants land in the city to find some work. They get shelter in colonies or villages near Chandigarh. Till the time migrants get job they start selling daily use commodities on rehris or outside shops in corridors. The Estate Office is blind and deaf as officials don&rsquo;t
- Tenant Verification Drive: Police conduct search ops at Zirakpur society
The police booked three houseowners under Section 188, seized two licensed weapons and a liquor carton and impounded five unclaimed vehicles from the Penta Homes housing society on VIP Road during a tenant verification drive in Zirakpur today.
- Covid cases mild, but virus spreading, don't lower guard: PGI expert
With a sudden spurt in Covid-19 cases, the positivity rate has shot up from 1.72 per cent reported a week earlier to 3.83 per cent. A PGI expert has pointed towards an increasing trend in cases and has cautioned that even patients with mild symptoms need to take precautions so that they do not cause
- 12th June, 2022 The Tribune India