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<strong>Punjab</strong> to cancel permits of trucks ferrying passengers

Punjab to cancel permits of trucks ferrying passengers

24 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: The road safety council in Punjab has decided to cancel the permits of trucks and tractor-trolleys ferrying passengers besides cancelling the licences of their drivers, a government spokesman said here on Thursday.

Punjab,   permits,   trucks,   tractor-trolleys,   licence,   ,  
15 Delhi <strong>schools</strong> to receive training on diabetes management

15 Delhi schools to receive training on diabetes management

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Fifteen schools in Delhi will be among the first in India to receive information and training on how to educate teachers, students and parents on diabetes using specially designed 'school diabetes information pack'.

Delhi schools,   diabetes management,   HRIDAY,   diabetes,   precautions for diabetes,  
Congress to stage protest in <strong>Punjab</strong> on Wednesday: Bajwa

Congress to stage protest in Punjab on Wednesday: Bajwa

22 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: Congress will stage protest at various places in Punjab on Wednesday to bring to attention of the government issues concerning people.

Congress,   protest,   Punjab,   Partap Singh Bajwa,   Shakeel Ahmed,  
<strong>Surprise</strong> birthday bash for Priyanka

Surprise birthday bash for Priyanka

18 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Priyanka Chopra, who turns 32 on Friday, is all set to get a surprise birthday party from the crew members of film ‘Dil Dhadkane Do’. The actress is currently shooting for Zoya Akhtar helmed film in Turkey.

PeeCee,   Priyanka Chopra Birthday,   Dil Dhadkane Do,   Zoya Akhtar,   Turkey,  
Ranbir’s birthday <strong>surprise</strong> for Katrina

Ranbir’s birthday surprise for Katrina

17 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood's heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif took off for a getaway to an island in the French coast to celebrate her  birthday.

Ranbir Kapoor,   Katrina Kaif,   Katrina Kaif's birthday,   Tamasha,   Hrithik Roshan,   Bang Bang,  
Jayalalithaa opposes Sanskrit Week celebrations in <strong>schools</strong>

Jayalalithaa opposes Sanskrit Week celebrations in schools

19 Jul 2014

Chennai: Taking strong exception to CBSE's Sanskrit Week celebrations in schools under its ambit next month, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Saturday said it would be appropriate to have organized a 'Classical Language Week' in each state based on its linguistic heritage.

J Jayalalithaa,   Sanskrit Week celebrations,   CBSE's Sanskrit Week celebrations,   Tamil Nadu Chief Minister,   Classical Language Week,  
No change in Tamil being compulsory language for school students: Government

No change in Tamil being compulsory language for school students: Government

18 Jul 2014

Chennai: Tamil Nadu government on Thursday indicated there would be no change in Tamil being a compulsory language in the syllabus for all school students from Class I to X as mandated by a law.

Tamil Nadu,   Tamil in schools,   Tamil compulsory in schools,   Tamil compulsory,   ,  
14 senior officers found absent during CM Badal’s <strong>surprise</strong> check

14 senior officers found absent during CM Badal’s surprise check

30 Jun 2014

Chandigarh: Fourteen senior IAS officers were found absent during a surprise check conducted by Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal at the state government's Mini Secretariat here on Monday.

Parkash Singh Badal,   surprise check by Badal,   officers found absent,   Punjab,   ,  
'<strong>Punjab</strong> 1984' outstanding, worthy going to Oscars: Anupam Kher

'Punjab 1984' outstanding, worthy going to Oscars: Anupam Kher

21 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Anupam Kher is so impressed with director Anurag Singh’s “Punjab 1984”, a Punjabi film focusing on the ill effects of 1984-86 Punjab insurgency on social life, that he says it is worth going to the Oscars.

Anupam Kher,   Oscars,   Punjab 1984,   Diljit Dosanjh,   Pavan Malhotra,   Kirron Kher ,  
Haryana government bats for re-introduction of detention policy in <strong>schools</strong>

Haryana government bats for re-introduction of detention policy in schools

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Haryana Education Minister Geeta Bhukkal made a strong pitch for the re-introduction of the detention policy in schools, arguing that not having such a system had led to a sharp fall in the learning outcomes of students.

Haryana government,   Haryana ,   Geeta Bhukkal,   Right to Education Act,   detention policy in schools,   No-Detention Policy,  

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