Rajni Shaleen Chopra The Indian Express Group
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Wednesday 23 May '12Even as the Punjab government turns a blind eye to the sale of poor-quality seeds by unlicensed commission agents, owners of shelling mills, dealers and store owners, cases of farmers duped by sellers...
Sunday 20 May '12Chandigarh's champion rallyists Sunny Sidhu and Hari Singh have put Bollywood’s seasoned stuntmen in awe.
Sunday20 May '12Condoms scale down production, but that is when it comes to humans.
Sunday6 May '12In March, the Punjab and Haryana High Court expressed concern at the menace of illegal mining in Haryana and questioned the state government on the steps it intended to take to curb it.
Saturday28 April '12While the state Department of Industries and Commerce claims it has no record regarding the original ownership of a premium industrial plot at the Industrial Area-B in Ludhiana, the Punjab Information...
Friday27 April '12Boys and girls from the rural Jat heartland — the backwaters of Haryana — seems to be driving the state’s glory trail in the field of sports.
Monday23 April '12The Reserve Bank of India’s move to cut key rates for the first time in three years by a sharp 50 basis points may kickstart property transactions in Tricity, which have seen a major slowdown over the...
Monday16 April '12Haryana former chief minister Om Prakash Chautala’s three daughters glow at the mention of the name, ‘Major Mohinder Kaur’.
Sunday15 April '12Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) has set aside 25 acres of the 97-acre Medicity project at Mullanpur for the PGI extension proposed to be constructed here.
Thursday12 April '1273-year-old from Kotkapura complained that Punjab Financial Corp gave him wrong info, gets Rs 50,000 relief
Friday6 April '12A person who migrated from Canada to India but found that his household goods transported here were extensively damaged, has won the case against the cargo company in the Chandigarh Consumer Disputes ...
Friday6 April '12A village in Sirsa along Haryana’s dusty borders with Rajasthan has redefined what ‘public-private partnership’ can mean in terms of girls’ education and social development.
Thursday5 April '12On March 23, the Gas Authority of India Ltd commissioned its natural gas pipeline to National Fertilizers Ltd, Bathinda.
Friday30 March '12Virasat-E-Khalsa, the new museum of Sikh history at Sri Anandpur Sahib, is increasingly being regarded as a place of worship by thousands of Sikhs who visit it daily.
Friday23 March '12CIC asks SSP (UT) to issue bailable warrant since PIO did not appear before the panel
Sunday11 March '12In a spate of recent cases in Punjab, information seekers are being turned away by public institutions on the ground that they are not covered under the RTI Act, and are not obliged to share informati...
Thursday8 March '12Suman, the victim of wrong blood transfusion at Government Multi-Speciality Hospital (GMSH), Sector 16, has decided to appeal in the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, New Delhi, against...
Thursday1 March '12Annual rendezvous of the motorsport enthusiasts with the Thar Desert and the Rann of Kutch, which concluded last week.
Sunday26 February '12Few have the courage to leave formal education after Class XII, bring out into the open their personal pain and loss and make a film on it.
Thursday16 February '12At a time when the small car market is shrinking in the country, the sale of luxury cars continues to see healthy growth across India, including the rich northern states.
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