Patiala: Irked over the delay in release of payments for the mid-day meal schemes, many government schools in the district have closed the scheme, while others are on the verge of closing the schem

As many as 1,159 patients have been tested positive for dengue so far throughout the state.

Already struggling to meet demand, PSPCL will have to arrange 200-MW extra electricity

A day after announcing eight hour supply for agriculture on alternate days, the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) changed the schedule to six-hour uninterrupted supply following compla

With today’s price hike of Rs 3.14 per litre and Punjab’s unwillingness to reduce state taxes, petrol prices in the state are amongst the highest in the country at Rs 74.5 per litre.

Chandigarh Punjab pollution control board (PPCB) has slapped notices on 54 government and private hospitals for violation of various norms for managing and handling bio-medical waste. Teams of the nodal agency conducted raids throughout the state and found that a large number of hospitals have been violating pollution control norms. KS Pannu, chairman of the Board told FE that

Inhabitants of the several villages, located near the Hansi-Butana canal on the Punjab-Haryana border, will file a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Punjab and Haryana High Court against the construction of the Hansi-Butana canal and the 3.75-km concrete wall being built by Haryana along its embankments.

Baltej Singh, sarpanch, Sassi Gujaran village, stated that it has been decided by a m

Sekhon says 20,700 acres of farmland will be submerged in Punjab; Chatha calls it a poll gimmick
Dharmheri (Patiala), June 29
Punjab Irrigation Minister Janmeja Singh Sekhon has said that in case of torrential rain, a threat of flood in Patiala district looms large.

After visiting the site at the Punjab-Haryana border where the 3.75-km concrete wall is being built by Haryana here today, Sekho

Ahead of monsoon, the construction of a 4-km concrete wall along the Hansi-Butana canal by Haryana has left the villagers residing along the Punjab-Haryana border worried.

While Haryana and the Chandigarh Administration are still taking baby steps where the eco-cab project is concerned, Punjab is going strong.