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Bihar cops fail to deliver notice to Navjot Singh Sidhu

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Amritsar: A two-member team of the Bihar Police on Saturday again failed to deliver a notice to the Congress MLA Navjot Singh Sidhu. The policemen have been camping outside the residence of Sidhu. A case was registered against Sidhu for violating the Model Code of Conduct at Barsohi police station on April 16, 2019. Sidhu had allegedly violated the Model Code of Conduct by making a provocative appeal to the Muslim community, while campaigning in favour of Congress candidate Tariq Anwar in Katihar district. TNS

HC notice of motion on 'virtual screens'

Chandigarh: The Punjab and Haryana High Court has issued a notice of motion on a petition to the State of Punjab and other respondents to constitute a panel of experts to determine feasibility and extent of imparting education by "virtual mode" to school students. In his petition against the State of Punjab and other respondents, Puneet Bansal through counsel Viren Jain, suggested the panel could comprise specialists in the field of ophthalmology, child psychology, paediatrics, academicians, child welfare experts and other stake holders, including parents. TNS

PPCB uses new tech to treat wastewater

Kapurthala: With many of the sewage treatment plants non-functional in Doaba, the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) is now banking on new technology to treat wastewater in the effluent-ridden drains and rivers. The first in-situ remediation project has been set up for the Bhulana drain in Kapurthala. Carrying wastewater of 27 colonies and Rawal village, it converges into the Kali Bein near Hussainpura village. To treat wastewater in the drain, the PPCB has developed a low-cost model of in-situ remediation, based on combination of bioremediation and phyto-remediation. TNS

Sikh farmers wont' be displaced: UP CM

Chandigarh: UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday assured a three-member delegation of the Shiromani Akali Dal that no Sikh farmer would be displaced in the state. After having a detailed meeting with the UP's Chief Minister, former MP Prof Prem Singh Chandumajra said Yogi Adityanath announced that the state government would earmark an alternative site for the Armed Forces Centre, which was proposed to come up on the land, which Sikhs had been tilling in Champatpur Chakla in Bijnore. He said the CM has formed teams to conduct surveys at four places where Sikhs fear displacement and find out ways and means to give them rights to the land they are tilling. TNS

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