Punjab first state in North India to manufacture medicine
With nip in the air, the threat of swine flu looms large over the city. The Health Department is all geared up to tackle any situation.
The Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) has tightened its noose around the units making polythene bags.
Regular checking in this regard is being conducted by the department.
Is your hand constantly on the horn while you are driving or are you always on the phone talking to your friends.
With the nip in the air, the cases of dengue and chikungunya have subsided a little giving much relief to city residents.
With the monsoon going on, the threat of dengue is looming large and people are adopting all types of measures to ward off mosquitoes.
City hospitals have pulled up their socks to tackle dengue patients and separate wards are being marked to handle such cases.
Presence of cancerous chemicals in 84 pc of famous bread, pizza brands has rung an alarm
Swine flu has yet not subsided and now dengue has started showing its ugly face. A local resident has tested positive for dengue while a woman died of swine flu last night.
Ganesh Chaturthi is just round the corner and many residents in the city will be keeping Lord Ganesha idols at home for nine days and then finally immerse these in water on the tenth day.
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