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Schools For Classes 10 To 12 Reopen In Punjab

Thermal scanning is being conducted at school entrances and hand sanitisers have been provided to students. Only one student is allowed to sit on a desk

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Delhi's Wait For Monsoon Ends, Rain Drenches Parts Of City

The IMD had earlier said monsoon would hit Delhi on June 15, which would have been 12 days early, but the wind system entered a “break" phase.

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Kejriwal Promises Free Electricity In Punjab If AAP Wins

AAP spokesperson and Delhi MLA Raghav Chadha said the Punjab Chief Minister’s office has denied the party permission to hold a press conference at a pre-decided venue.

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In A Continental Country Like India, One Size Fits All Farm Laws Will Not work--Y.K Alagh

Agriculture in India has traditionally been the playground of politics. What was required-- a few clean policies that empower Indian farmers, open the scope and take the fruits of Indian farmer to the global market. Instead, it became the de-facto sector for MSP- subsidy-only-policy that harmed the sector. And the alarming fact that India’s wastage of major agricultural produce was about INR 92,651 crore in 2016, called for reforms and measures. What is then three Bills offer? A reform, finally, is opposed by a section of farmers in India. Where is agri-technology and last-mile chain of cold storage? BW Businessworld's Manish Kumar Jha raises such issues with Y. K Alagh, a former union minster who laid down fundamentals in setting policies as the chairman of Agricultural Prices Commission.

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Great Demand For Products Made In Punjab, Haryana: Amazon

MSMEs from key manufacturing and export clusters in Punjab and Haryana can now grow existing export businesses and start new ventures through Amazon's Global Selling programme

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TN Ranks 2nd After AP In New Job Creation Under IBPS Scheme

The new guidelines provided the much-needed impetus to the BPO sector and are helping the industry sail through the pandemic.

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Nestlé India To Set Up Oxygen Plants In Five Hospitals Near Factories

Nestlé India is also connecting with over 90,000 nurses and helpers across 198 hospitals in India to 'express our heartfelt gratitude for their selfless service to humanity' by sharing the company's product hampers

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A Multi-Stakeholder Initiative To Rejuvenate The Kanjli Wetland In Punjab

WWF India will also undertake capacity building, education and awareness programme to promote the wise use of the wetland and create a network of Wetland Mitras (Friends of Wetlands) to demonstrate a model for multi-stakeholder engagement in wetland conservation.

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COVID-19: Maharashtra, Punjab Reporting Highest Daily Cases

The growth rate of last seven days for daily new cases till March 23 in Maharashtra was 3.6 per cent and in Punjab it was 3.2 per cent.

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Punjab housewife bags Rs 1 crore in lottery

Punjab housewife bags Rs 1 crore in lottery

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COVID-19: Punjab to limit indoor gatherings to 100, outdoor to 200 people from March 1

COVID-19: Punjab to limit indoor gatherings to 100, outdoor to 200 people from March 1

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Punjab Cabinet okays amendment to simplify realisation of Motor Vehicle Tax or refund where applicable

Punjab Cabinet okays amendment to simplify realisation of Motor Vehicle Tax or refund where applicable

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UP govt files affidavit in SC asking for gangster Mukhtar Ansari's transfer to Banda jail

UP govt files affidavit in SC asking for gangster Mukhtar Ansari's transfer to Banda jail

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Punjab: Out of 4,000 schoolteachers tested, 13 found positive for COVID-19

Punjab: Out of 4,000 schoolteachers tested, 13 found positive for COVID-19

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Centre directs five states to expedite COVID-19 vaccination of health care and front line workers

Centre directs five states to expedite COVID-19 vaccination of health care and front line workers

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