- 17th June, 2021
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- Capt govt should unconditionally regularise services of temporary teachers: Harpal Cheema - United News of India
Uniindia: Chandigarh/Mohali, Jun 16 (UNI) Expressing concern over the cross struggle and incident of attempted self-immolation by temporary teachers climbing on a government building during a protest in Mohali, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) senior leader and Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the Punjab Assembly, Harpal Singh Cheema lashed out at Captain Amarinder Singh-led Congress government stating that without any further wait for an unforeseen catastrophe, the teachers who had been working in Punjab government schools for almost a decade and a half, on meager salaries should be regularised immediately. Cheema said that education providers like AIEs, EGS, STRs, and other temporary teachers had devoted most of their lives to government schools and worked for a salary of only Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000.
- SEWA Punjab observes Domestic Workers? Day - Times of India
By Cherry Saluja MOHALI: In the wake of the ongoing pandemic and amid a growing need to recognise the rights of domestic workers in the state, the Sel.
- Mukhtar Ansari Ambulance Case: Vehicle was used to carry firearms, another accused arrested - The Tribune India
Barabanki, June 16
The bullet-proof ambulance in which don-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari travelled from jail to Punjab court was also used for carrying firearms, police said on Wednesday, announci
- Mohali administration lists officials to give nod for second dose - The Tribune India
Mohali administration lists officials to give nod for second dose
- Milkha Singh 'stable', out of COVID ICU: Family statement - Times of India
More sports News: Legendary Indian sprinter Milkha Singh is "stable" and he has been shifted out of COVID ICU to another section of the PGIMER hospital, a statement fro
- Phagwara man?s bid to smuggle out liquor bottles in milk containers foiled - Hindustan Times
Phagwara man?s bid to smuggle out liquor bottles in milk containers foiled
- Cops unleash water cannons to break SAD - BSP joint stir near Capt?s house - The Indian Express
Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal and BSP’s Punjab chief Jasvir Singh Garhi were among those detained by police, said Mohali SSP Satinder Singh, who was present at the protest site.
- Sikh personalities from Punjab join BJP - Devdiscourse
Those who joined the party in presence of Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and its general secretary Dushyant Kumar Gautam included Jaswinder Singh Dhillon, former Guru Kashi university vice chancellor, Harinder Singh Kahlon, Jagmohan Singh Saini and Nirmal Singh Mohali, all advocates with experience in different spheres of public work. Kahlon has been associated with the welfare of Sikh students while Saini and Mohali have worked for farmers welfare, BJP spokesperson Iqbal Singh Lalpura said.
- Akalis protest in Mohali: Protest against Captain Amarinder Singh, urge to remove health minister - Times Now
Punjab police have detained the Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal during a protest against Captain Amarinder Singh in Siswan, Punjab. He was leading a massive protest to remove the health minister of the state due to their inability to procure vaccines and provide the best of healthcare during Covid. The party believed that Congress was busy indulging in vaccination controversies while the state was falling apart and facing acute pressure on its healthcare. They also blamed the state government for having scams in healthcare, vaccination and the various schemes rolled out for the farmers. Watch the video to know more!
- Sukhbir Badal, other leaders, workers booked after protest against Cong govt - Outlook India
- Milkha Singh 'stable', out of Covid ICU: Family statement - The Tribune
Chandigarh, June 16
Legendary Indian sprinter Milkha Singh is "stable" and he has been shifted out of Covid ICU to another section of the PGIMER hospital, a statement from his family said on Wednesda
- Netflix Movie's Skate Park Set Now Training Ground For Indian Village Kids - tntribune.com
Netflix Movie's Skate Park Set Now Training Ground For Indian Village Kids - tntribune.com