Prompt action taken by PowerGrid Corporation of India has brought back the Valley’s power situation to normal. The power supply had been affected by heavy snowfall in the late evening of November 3.
A long queue of vehicles was seen on the Pathankot-Mandi national highway following a traffic jam near Maranda on Monday.
Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has announced that 102 electricity bill payment machines in 47 SAP (systems, applications and products in data processing) area towns would remain shut from 8 pm on October 26 to 10:30 am on October 29 due to maintenance of SAP.
Reacting to the price correction, the Petrol Pump Dealers Association Punjab today demanded ‘One India One Rate’ for petroleum products. The Central government has reduced the price of both petrol and diesel by Rs 2.50/litre today.
In a big reprieve to the city residents from the traffic problem on the National Highway no. 1, the work on 3.20-km long PAP -Rama Mandi Flyover would be completed within next six months.
Rooftop solar panels are becoming a hit among Mansa residents due to their less cost of maintenance. Besides, after paying 15 per cent margin money, anyone can get free electricity for next 25 year. The remaining amount will be paid through easy installments.
Even as the district administration had identified alternative routes to divert heavy traffic and ensure smooth movement of vehicles on the Parwanoo-Solan national highway (NH-22), the plan remained only on paper.
The Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board (HPSEB) on Thursday restored power supply at Udaipur and its nearby villages after a gap of 12 days. However, Keylong, the district headquarters of Lahaul-Spiti, continues to reel under darkness. Lahaul residents have urged the government to deploy additional workforce in the region to restore power supply. They rued…
A petition has been moved in the Delhi High Court against the policy of several airlines, including Air India, that charge “exorbitant” rates for domestic transportation and repatriation of mortal remains of migrant Indian workers who die abroad.
W4ith broken roads giving an open invitation to mishaps, district BJP vice-president Parminder Mehta blamed the Municipal Corporation (MC) for not taking any concrete measures.