Punjabi Hindi Monday, October 25, 2021


DU: PhD holders preferred over NET pass outs for Asst Prof post


AAP leader Chadha sends list of transport mafia in letter to Transport Minister Raja Warring

Vet varsity's KVK Mohali Organized Workshop on "Vegetable Production & Processing"

Vehicle Tracking System to be installed in private buses too, announces Raja Warring

13 more unauthorized private buses impounded in three districts

Why Congress government does not secure quota for Punjab’s unemployed in government and private jobs: Bhagwant Mann

Regularize outsourced employees in Powercom: Aman Arora asks Punjab government

Gursher Singh's Appointment as Excise & Taxation Inspector


Departmental Examination for various officer cadres to be conducted from August 23


Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday gave approval for Change of Land Use (CLU) for certain categories of industries, in an effort to further boost industrial activity in the state.

Result to recruit Fisheries Officer Posts declared: Raman Bahl

The result of the written test conducted on 25th July 2021 for the direct recruitment of 28 posts of Fisheries Officer (Group-C) in the Fisheries Department of the Punjab Government announced on 30th July.

Employees intensify stir against Vizag Steel Plant privatisation

Rs 69000 Crore major infra projects to boost Agri. Industrial Development in Punjab

Accelerate ongoing reeruitment drive to hire 1 Lakh youths: CS

In order to realise the dream of the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to provide employment opportunities to the eligible unemployed youth under his government’s flagship ‘Ghar Ghar Rozgar and Karobar Mission’

CHIAL presents Rs 3.20 Crore interm divident cheque to Punjab CM

The Chandigarh International Airport Limited (CHIAL) on Monday presented a cheque of Rs. 3.20 crore to the Punjab Chief Minister, by way of first interim dividend against the State’s 24.5% equity share in the airport project.

PSPCL relax usage restrictions for Industries with immidiate effect

With slight improvement in the power supply situation due to resumption of one of the damaged Talwandi Sabo thermal power generating units, the state government on Monday decided to ease off all power regulatory restrictions on industrial consumers, except those using continuous power,   with immediate effect.

Amazon suffers massive outage globally, including India

Amazon online store suffered a global outage on Monday, including in India, as users tried to place orders but could not access the product detail page.

Punjab Police Recruitment: DGP Dinkar Gupta directs CPs/SSPs to also assist candidates to prepare for their written examination

    The free physical coaching and training sessions embarked by the Punjab Police ahead of recruitments of constables, head-constables and sub-inspectors have been receiving an overwhelming response as over 20000 aspirants across the state have started their training for Physical Screening Test (PST) under the supervision of trained coaches and drill instructors.

After Amul, Mother Dairy hikes milk prices by Rs 2/litre

Days after prices of Amul milk (packed) increased by Rs 2 per litre, Delhi's leading milk supplier Mother Dairy too has announced an increase of Rs 2 per litre on Saturday.


Even as the second surge continued to abate in the state, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday approved Rs. 380 crore to be spent by the Health and Medical Education departments in preparing for a possible third wave of the Covid pandemic.

Process initiated to fill 659 vacancies of Junior Draftsman : Raman Bahl

The process to fill Junior Draftsman (Civil, Mechanical and Architectural) posts in various departments of Punjab Government initiated.

Rs.430 crore projects to boost agriculture, allied sectors : CS

In order to give further boost to agriculture and its allied sectors in the agrarian state, the Punjab Government on Monday gave nod to various projects worth Rs 430 crore.

Post relaxation in COVID restrictions over 50 thousand registries done in 15 days- ACS Revenue


Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday virtually launched a portal ‘emandikaran-pb.in’ for E-Auction, of properties in various Mandis across the state, developed by the Department of Colonization and Punjab Mandi Board.

FM rolls out loan guarantee scheme for tourist guides, travel agencies

At a time when the tourism sector has been among the worst-hit segments in the economy and small stakeholders have been facing financial difficulties

Written Examination for posts of Librarian in school education department would be on July 18: Raman Behl

Written Examination for School librarian vacancies in Punjab School Education department ( Secondary education) would be conducted on July 18, 2021. It was informed by Chairman, Subordinate Services Selection Board Raman Behl.

RBI bars MPs, MLAs from holding MD post in urban cooperative banks

In a crackdown on political interference, the Reserve Bank of India has barred MPs, MLAs and members of municipal corporations or other local bodies from holding the office of managing director (MD) or whole-time director (WTD) in urban cooperative banks.

India exports first consignment of dragon fruit to Dubai

In a major boost to agri export, India has exported the first consignment of 'Dragon Fruit' to Dubai.

Doctors' strike hit medical services in Punjab

Amidst the pandemic, medical services were badly hit in Punjab on Friday after doctors of state-run hospitals joined a day-long strike to protest against the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations on de-linking non-practicing allowance (NPA) from the basic pay.

Balbir Sidhu issues appointment letter to Pharmacy officers and Class-IV

Punjab Health Minister Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu on Thursday issued appointment letters to 10 pharmacy officers and 8 class IV employees on compassionate ground.


Chandigarh, June 18:

In a move that will benefit the over 5.4 lakh serving and retired state government employees in the state, the Punjab Government, led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, has decided to accept majority of the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission, and decided to implement them from July 1, 2021, with retrospective effect from January 1, 2016.

Sony India unveils new smart TV

Sony India on Friday unveiled a smart TV under the new BRAVIA XR A80J OLED series powered by the cognitive processor XR starting at Rs 299,990.

The new BRAVIA XR A80J OLED series is currently available in 164 cm (65-inch) and two additional screen sizes 195 cm (77-inch) and 139 cm (55-inch) will be launched soon.

112 vacancies of Supervisor to be filled in directorate of Women and Child development department of Punjab.

The Subordinate Services Selection Board, Punjab has issued an  advertisement to fill 112 vacancies of Supervisor to be filled in directorate of Women and Child development department of  Punjab.

UK Chancellor in-laws hit with 5.5m pound bill in Amazon India tax dispute

New Delhi, June 14 

A joint venture between UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak's billionaire in-laws and the internet retailing giant Amazon is in a multimillion-pound dispute with the Indian tax authorities, a Guardian investigation has found.

India's April domestic air pax traffic plunges: IATA

New Delhi, June 10 :
Covid resurgence accelerated the contraction rate of India's domestic air passenger traffic in April 2021.

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the plunge in India's domestic air passenger volume -- measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs) -- was one of the largest amongst major aviation markets such as Australia, Brazil, China, Japan, Russia and the US.

'Use global innovations for self-sufficiency in telecom manufacturing'

New Delhi, June 9 :

The Broadband India Forum (BIF) has suggested global innovations should be utilised to attain self-sufficiency in domestic telecom equipment manufacturing.

Auto supplier Sona Comstar IPO to open on Monday

New Delhi, June 9 :

The initial public offering of automobile technology company Sona BLW Precision Forgings' shares will open on June 14.

As per the company, the IPO will close on Wednesday, June 16.

Private airport operators urge Centre to provide relief

New Delhi, June 9 :
India's private airport operators have urged the Centre to provide them relief amidst an extremely challenging environment.

"Relief measures are required not only to ensure sustaining operations at airports, but also needed to save jobs and allow economic recovery of the airport sector," the Association of Private Airport Operators said in a statement.