31 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiative to reach out to every student through TV, radio and the Internet on Teachers day has failed to enthuse private schools of Delhi which feel that "forcing" them to make arrangements for it will dampen the celebration of the occasion.
14 Aug 2014
Dehradun: Surprise inspection of schools will be conducted in Uttarakhand on a weekly basis to check absenteeism among teachers and to ensure improvement in the quality of education.
30 Aug 2014
Chandigarh: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Saturday approved revised dates of fifth edition of World Kabaddi Cup on the proposal of the sport organisations from various countries.
29 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Mobile handset maker HTC Mobiles on Friday said it has become an official sponsor for Kings XI Punjab, one of the eight cricket teams of Indian Premier League (IPL).
28 Aug 2014
Chandigarh: Terming the "much-hyped" investment summits organised by the Punjab government as "big hoax", Congress on Thursday alleged that the events had failed to facilitate any investment for the state.
29 Aug 2014
Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ordered a detailed vigilance enquiry into the matter of State Government employees, who have taken up permanent resident status in different foreign countries in violation of existing government rules.
27 Aug 2014
Chandigarh: In the wake of shortage of supplies from neighbouring states like Himachal Pradesh, prices of vegetables including tomato and potato have seen a significant surge in the last one week in Punjab and Haryana.
27 Aug 2014
Chandigarh: The Punjab government has ordered that any official facing a corruption case under the state vigilance bureau should not be posted on a public dealing post till the matter is finally decided, a spokesman said on Tuesday.
25 Aug 2014
Berhampur (Odisha): At least 10 primary and upper primary schools in Odisha's Ganjam district with student strength of less than five will be closed down.
26 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Rural households without sanitation facilities will get Rs 15,000 each for constructing toilets while schools will get Rs 54,000 for same purpose, according to a new Government proposal aiming to end the practice of open defecation in the country.