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Friday, 4 September 2020

Protesters seek revival of old pension scheme

Bathinda: Members of the Contribution Pension Fund Karamchari Union on Thursday staged a protest against the state government for not reviving the old pension scheme. Amrik Singh, general secretary of the union, said, "The state government had constituted a committee to expedite the process of reviving the old pension scheme in March 2019, but nothing has been done in this direction." TNS

SFJ's Rs3,000-grant offer alarms intel agencies

Moga: Intelligence agencies are alarmed over secessionist group Sikhs for Justice's announcement to give Rs 3,000 monthly grant to farmers who are defaulting on loan payments. The agencies are trying to find out the SFJ's source of funds. A senior intelligence official said a special desk had been set up to keep an eye on SFJ activities. TNS

Dr Karamjit first VC of Guru Nanak Dev Open varsity

Chandigarh: Dr Karamjeet Singh has joined as the first Vice Chancellor of the Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Punjab State Open University. He has been appointed for three years. TNS

'iRakhwali' mobile app to save environment

Chandigarh: The state government has decided to induct common people as 'Greenery Saviours' to further strengthen its drive to preserve the environment in the state. The state Forest Department has announced to launch a dedicated app 'iRakhwali' in this regard, said Forest Minister Sadhu Singh Dharmsot. TNS

Icons to be part of poll campaign

Chandigarh: The state Chief Electoral Officer is launching an awareness drive, wherein icons belonging to various fields are being roped in to create an impactful communication with public. A virtual meet was held on Thursday in which icons of all 22 districts interacted with Madhvi Kataria, Additional Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab. TNS



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