Transport dept to return original documents
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The Punjab transport department has decided to return original documents submitted for purposes of either registration or issuing of driving licenses to applicants after scanning the same. All district transport offices have been directed to follow the directive. It will be mandatory for applicant to present the documents to the official concerned when required.
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EC prohibits exit poll in Moga
Chandigarh: The Election Commission (EC) Monday prohibited exit polls in connection with the Moga bypoll between 8 am and 5.30 pm on February 23. An EC spokesperson clarified that displaying any election matter, including results of any opinion poll or any other poll survey in any electronic media, will also be prohibited during the 48-hour period that will end with the conclusion of the bypoll.
Medical report on 'rape' victim awaited
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Unemployed linemen to protest in Moga
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