10 May 2012
The Punjab Education Department has chalked out a strategy to strengthen sports infrastructure in the schools of the state.
22 Dec 2015
Chandigarh: Education Minister Dr Daljit Singh Cheema today summoned 186 teachers in whose subjects, an average of 80-100 per cent students have failed to pass class 10th and 12th board examinations in the past five years.
09 Dec 2014
Chandigarh: Punjab would soon rejuvenate village ponds across the state in around 12,673 villages, Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Sikander Singh Maluka said on Tuesday.
01 Feb 2016
Mumbai: Actor Sikandar Kher got engaged to girlfriend Priya Singh in a private ceremony here on Saturday.
07 Aug 2012
Various shortcomings, including absenteeism of employees, were found during a surprise check by Punjab Education Minister in various Schools of Bathinda, Barnala, Sangrur and Ajitgarh districts of the state on Monday.
04 Dec 2015
Bhopal: Three persons, including former Madhya Pradesh CM Digvijay Singh and one of his Cabinet colleagues have been booked by the state Economic Offences Wing (EOW) for fraud and unduly favouring a private institute here.
08 Sep 2016
Ludhiana: A combative Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday he won't be cowed down by protests and that he and the AAP will remain in Punjab till the ruling Badal family is jailed.
11 Sep 2016
New Delhi: In political doghouse in Punjab for nearly a decade, Congress today said it suspected the new outfit floated by cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Sidhu was a "BJP-sponsored programme" to divide anti-incumbency votes.
08 Jun 2016
New Delhi: There is still some time before 'Udta Punjab' hits the theatres, but the much awaited movie is in the news for the controversy surrounding the subject and even more the title.
10 Sep 2016
Samrala: Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Saturday hit out at Arvind Kejriwal saying anyone aspiring to be the Chief Minister of Punjab should have his roots in the state's culture and ethos as Punjabi pride and self-respect will not allow the rule by an ‘outsider’.