CM Punjab Charanjit Singh Channi officially launches Punjabi on Koo App

Chandigarh - Hon’ble Chief Minister of Punjab Charanjit Singh Channi, during the Cabinet Meeting on December 9, 2021, officially launched the Punjabi language on the Made-in-India micro-blogging platform - Koo. With the launch, Punjabi is the 10th language available to the users of the Koo App.

Koo App & Fortis Launched Campaign - ExamBuddy - to Manage Examination Stress

Amritsar (Punjab) - To help students manage exam-related stress and anxiety, India’s multi-lingual micro-blogging platform - Koo has launched a special initiative in collaboration with Fortis National Mental Health Program, Fortis Healthcare. The three-day interactive program will be held from between 8.00 PM and 9.00 PM from November 26 - 29, 2021, and has been curated specially for students and parents. 

Innovation Mission Punjab launched; will unleash potential of startups to fuel growth

Chandigarh - Punjab is an entrepreneurial State with a strong footprint of entrepreneurs across the world and India. It has a burgeoning entrepreneurial ecosystem with ~450 startups, 20+ incubators and Innovation Mission Punjab (IMPunjab) will act as a catalyst to strengthen it. It will rally all stakeholders – academia, incubators, investors, startups, government, progressive farmers, sports people, media, industry, corporates – to create a vibrant startup ecosystem and establish Punjab among the top 3 innovation hubs in India.

Dr. Jyoti took over as member of Punjab State Child Rights Protection Commission

Chandigarh - Dr. Deepak Jyoti has assumed charge as non-official member of Punjab State Commission for Protection of Child Rights here today.

Punjab Government instructs teachers to apply online for National Teacher Award

Chandigarh - The Punjab Government has directed the teachers to apply online for the National Teachers Award-2019.

Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Education Department said that Director (SS) Mr. Sukhjit Pal Singh has issued an order in this regard to the teachers. He asked them to register themselves on line on  http://mhrd.gov.in and http://nationalawardstoteachers.mhrd.gov.in till 6th July, 2020. All school principals, incharge and regular teachers can apply for this award.

PWD minister Vijay Inder Singla announces construction of new road to commemorate sacrifice of Gurbinder Singh

Chandigarh - On the Bhog ceremony of martyr Gurbinder Singh, Punjab Public Works Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla announced to construct a new road from Tolawal village to Jakhepal via martyr’s home to commemorate his sacrifice for the nation. The cabinet minister informed that the estimate for the 3-km long road stretch has been prepared by the PWD and it has been sent for sanction from the government. He added that it would cost around Rs. 1 crore.


Chandigarh - Under directives from Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to focus stringently on saving lives, Punjab Chief Secretary Vini Mahajan on Sunday asked the Deputy Commissioners to take whatever steps possible to arrest the mortality rate in the state so that the fatality could be brought down from the current 2.4%.

Satsang Ghar’s proving helpful for Migrant Labourers & Homeless persons

Ludhiana - In view of Novel Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic, Capt Amarinder Singh led Punjab government, NGOs and several social/religious/industrial organisations have been working tirelessly to ensure that people stay safe.

Ludhiana ACP dies of COVID-19

Chandigarh - Punjab assistant commissioner of police, Anil Kumar Kohli, died of the novel coronavirus in Ludhiana on Saturday afternoon, taking the COVID-19 toll in Punjab to 16.

Punjab CM seeks more financial assistance from Centre

Chandigarh - Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday recommended extension of the national lockdown by at least a fortnight, while suggesting a slew of health and relief measures to the people in the state’s COVID-19 battle, in addition to special concessions for industry and agriculture sectors on an urgent basis.

Sample testing of Covid-19 suspects in Punjab goes up to 800 tests per day: D.K. Tiwari

Chandigarh - The Punjab government has purchased  5 additional RTPCR and 4 RNA extraction machines to conduct Covid-19 tests. The Machines have been installed in two of its VRDL (Viral Research Diagnostic Lab) labs situated at Government Medical Colleges, Patiala and Amritsar. Now the capacity of each lab to conduct the sample testing of suspected COVID-19 suspects has been increased from existing 40 tests per day to 400 tests per day.


Chandigarh - Punjab citizens can now use the government’s unique COVA App to request for delivery of essential goods and grocery amid the COVID-19 clampdown. 

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