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Daily Archives: September 5, 2018

Labourer turns crorepati: Rakhi Bumper brings good tidings

Chandigarh Manoj Kumar of Mandvi village could not have asked for more. Yes, this labourer from Sangrur district became a crorepati overnight winning the first prize of Rs 1.5 crore in the Punjab State Rakhi Bumper-2018. The draw of the bumper was announced on August 29, 2018 at Ludhiana. The first two prizes have gone

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Tandrust Punjab Mission Strengthened District Level Committees Constituted

Chandigarh Strengthening the flagship programme of the State Government, Captain Amarinder Singh, Chief Minister Punjab has approved the constitution of District Level Committees of Tandrust Punjab Mission, informed Mission Director, KS Pannu. Giving details, Mr. Pannu said that although the Mission at the State Level has been institutionalized in the Department of Environment and a

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VIGILANCE NABS IMPROVEMENT TRUST SUPERINTENDENT FOR TAKING BRIBE

Chandigarh Vigilance Bureau Punjab today nabbed Superintendent of improvement trust red handed accepting bribe of Rs. 9,000. Disclosing this here an official spokesperson of the Vigilance Bureau said that Mohinder Pal, Sr. Assistant-cum-Superintendent posted at improvement trust, Jalandhar was caught on the complaint of Chetan Sareen of Preet Nagar, Jalandhar The complainant has approached the

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Govt felicitates Asiad medal winners

India’s best-ever Asian Games medal haul at Jakarta brought much cheer. As the Indian contingent raked in 69 medals it went a long way in inspiring others and that’s the message that came from the felicitation ceremony organised in Delhi by Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs. When the going tough the tough get going..

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Australian cricket draws up cultural charter to avoid scandals

Sydney Australian cricket is drawing up a cultural blueprint in which players will pledge to uphold certain standards in a move away from their win-at-all-costs mentality, according to skipper Tim Paine. The player charter is being developed in the wake of a ball-tampering scandal in March that rocked the game and cost captain Steve Smith

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