- 20th June, 2019 Hindustan Times
- 3rd June, 2019 Hindustan Times
- Punjab Gramin Bank on a lending spree, NABARD raises objections
A general manager-rank officer of NABARD, who reviewed the state rural bank&rsquo;s working, said bulk of the farm credit has gone for potato and other vegetables as they have highest amount of &lsquo;scale of finance&rsquo; (money required for raising a crop per unit cultivated area).
- 1st June, 2019 Hindustan Times
- 30th May, 2019 Hindustan Times
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- 12th May, 2019 Hindustan Times
- Labourer?s son among three PSEB Class 12 joint toppers
Saravjot got a hero&rsquo;s welcome at Shalimar Model Senior Secondary School, Ludhiana, after his classmates carried him on their shoulders and danced to the beat of the dhol with teachers and the principal joining in.
- 10th May, 2019 Hindustan Times
- Perfect 100 score in languages promotes cramming, say experts
All over the country, 2,758 students scored full marks in Sanskrit, 1,820 in English communication, and 24 in English language and literature.
- Lok Sabha elections 2019 LIVE updates - Terrorism divides, tourism unites: PM Modi in Himachal Prade...
PM Modi will begin with a rally in Haryana&rsquo;s Rohtak followed by his maiden election rally in Himachal Pradesh&rsquo;s Mandi, where he will be campaigning for the BJP candidate Ram Swaroop Sharma.
- Woman cites health to skip poll duty, may get early retirement
Gurvinder, who is due to retire in about 18 months was deployed as polling officer for the Lok Sabha elections on May 19.
- Swara likes Kirron Kher, but frowns on Yes PM culture
Says there is a culture of Yes Prime Minister propagated everywhere in our country. That kind of culture has also come to Bollywood.
- 9th May, 2019 Hindustan Times
- 8th May, 2019 Hindustan Times
- Supreme Court transfers custodial death case to Chandigarh
The trial in the case was moved to Chandigarh after the Central Bureau of Investigation and the police officers, who have been named accused in the custodial death case, said they had no objection if it was no longer heard in Shimla.