Thursday , 24 August 2017

Punjab

Punjab Govt to Announce Rozgaar Melas | 50,000 Jobs Promised

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Punjab Govt soon to announce Rozgaar Melas promising people with 50,000 jobs across sectors. Earlier this week, Captain Amarinder Singh, the Chief Minister of Punjab in a public statement mentioned that the government of Punjab will soon come up with job opportunities for 50,000 youth under the scheme of ‘Ghar Ghar Mein Naukri’. The Punjab government’s Rozgaar Mela will be ...

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Punjab’s Baba Farid University to Issue Digital Degrees & Certificates to Students

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Punjab will now issue digital degrees and certificates to the students. The university has created a special cell for giving digital degrees and certificates to the students. The Punjab- based BFUHS has taken this initiative to lessen the usage of the paper in the issuance of university certificates and degrees. Punjab’s BFHUS to ...

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All Former CMs of Punjab to Get Official Residence in Chandigarh

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As per latest reports, former Punjab CMs will soon get residences in Chandigarh. The Punjab government will soon offer official residence to all the former Punjab Chief Ministers in the state capital Chandigarh. The Punjab government is searching for appropriate accommodations in Chandigarh for the former Chief Ministers of Punjab in the city’s posh sectors. Who will benefit from the ...

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Hinduja Group Launches Cable Services in Punjab in Competition With Fastway

The Hinduja Group announced its cable operations in Punjab and Chandigarh. The group while making the announcement claimed that its venture will open up avenues not for the new cable operators but for the existing cable operators as well who want to continue the ownership of their network. Hinduja Group Cable in Punjab Region Hinduja group’s foray in the Punjab region ...

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90,000 Trucks in Punjab Stay off-Roads & Drivers are Protesting | Here’s Why

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In a move to challenge the decision of Punjab Government to abolish the “truck unions” more than 90,000 trucks remained immobile in the state. The government wants to dissolve all the 134 active truck unions of the state under the newly approved  Punjab Goods and Carriage 2017 “Regulation of Prevention of Cartelisation Rules” that prohibits truckers from developing any unions ...

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