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Kashmir: 11 groups to protest in Mohali today


Kashmir: 11 groups to protest in Mohali today

Chandigarh
Defying the ban on rallies on the Kashmiri  issue, 11 organisations have announced holding a protest in Mohali on Sunday. The different organisations of workers and farmers had come together in solidarity with people in Kashmir on the issue of abolishing Article 370. Jhanda Singh Jethuke of BKU-Ugrahan said the organisations had announced holding a protest in Mohali on September 15. However, the administration had refused permission for it. TNS

Govt to rope in MILKFED to check adulteration

The Food Safety Commissionerate has decided to rope in MILKFED manpower to check adulteration in milk and milk products. KS Pannu, Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration,said under the Tandarust Punjab Mission, the government was leaving no stone unturned to provide quality milk and milk products to people. The move would strengthen the mission, the officer said. TNS

Bhakra Board gets Rajbhasha Kirti Award

The Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) has received the Rajbhasha Kirti Award at the national-level under boards/autonomous bodies category for the excellent implementation of the Official Language Policy during 2018-19 in the region. DK Sharma, chairman of the board, received the award from Amit Shah, Home Minister, at a ceremony organised in Delhi Saturday. Nityanand Rai and G Kishan Reddy, both Ministers of State for Home Affairs, were also present on the occasion. TNS

Patiala
‘Spurious’ paneer unit owner gets interim bail

Almost a month after a cheating and attempt to murder case was registered against the owner of Singla Milk Chilling Centre after test reports confirmed that its milk products contained “high acid and unnatural fat”, the accused has got an interim anticipatory bail from the Punjab and Haryana High Court. The Patiala police said they would legally examine the court orders and also claimed that the accused was yet to join the investigation. TNS

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