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Teachers on non-teaching assignments, students suffer

Teachers on non-teaching assignments, students suffer

The Punjab government has been projecting the start of its online classes as its big achievement, but the posting of teachers for non-teaching works has raised serious questions about its seriousness. In fact, the posting for teachers to receive NRIs at airports seems bizarre and earning a bad name.

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Per day rates, another shocker

Per day rates, another shocker

Though on Thursday, in Covid review meeting Punjab government has finalized rates for private hospitals and medical colleges, but for the majority, it has come as shock rather than providing any relief as the fixed rates appear to be out of reach of the majority of residents.

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Cap on Screen time good, but complete syllabus also

Cap on Screen time good, but complete syllabus also

In a big relief to students and their parents, the Union Human resource department (HRD) ministry has ordered that school students in the classes of 1 to 8 should not attend more than two teaching sessions of 45 minutes every day while the students of higher classes can have four such …

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Another tussle, but no solution

Another tussle, but no solution

After a tussle between Congress veterans in Madhya Pradesh four months back, a similar situation has emerged in Rajasthan, where Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has been struggling to prevent the toppling of his government by his  Deputy CM Sachin Pilot, who has pushed the government to the brink.

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Another encounter, with multiple unanswered questions

Another encounter, with multiple unanswered questions

Though criminals should be punished, but not with fake encounters as appears to be the case of Gangster Vikas Dubey. The latest encounter and procedure adopted by police have raised many serious questions as there are allegations that Dubey had many secrets of high profile politicians, who wanted to get …

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Shun selective approach 

Shun selective approach 

At a time when senior officers of Punjab government are assigned the task to spread awareness, they themselves do not taking required precautions. The presence of 40 PCS officers in a meeting of their association in a Chandigarh hotel has spread infection at the top level in state administration, causing …

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Former CS is back

Former CS is back

Despite having multiple authorities to preserve depleting groundwater of the state, the Punjab government has constituted another authority under the name of Punjab Water Regulation and Development Authority (PWRDA). It will put more financial burden on already cash strapped state government, but without any valid reason.

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Another Akali Dal emerges in Punjab

Another Akali Dal emerges in Punjab

After being expelled from Shiromani Akali Dal, Rajya Sabha MP Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa today launched his new party which has been named Akali Dal (Democratic). With another party, the list of Shiromani Akali Dals have got more longer as there are already many parties under similar names like Shiromani Akali …

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India reaches on 3rd place, things gloomy

India reaches on 3rd place, things gloomy

When the outbreak of Covid-19 started, our country residents appeared to be more worried, but when the number COVID-19 patient has been increasing sharply these days, majority of citizens are not taking even basic preventative measures. Till last evening, India crossed Russia in total infections and became the third biggest …

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