Mohali an attractive destination for the MNCs

Mohali an attractive destination for the MNCs

Punjab holds big potential for the IT sector

PunjabMohali, Jan. 27 : The northern State of Punjab promises a huge business potential for those willing to invest in the Information Technology (IT) sector.

The State is fast emerging as an information technology destination.

Thanks to pro-IT policies of the State government, Punjab is globally competitive and a leading State in the field of information technology. Availability of needed infrastructure and skilled manpower has attracted multinationals to invest in Punjab.

Eight VIPs In Mohali To Lose Security

Eight VIPs In Mohali To Lose SecurityPunjab and Haryana High Court had directed that only the Heads of State, including the Chief Minister, Speaker and the Chief Justice were entitled to the escort vehicles. This would require about 50 police personnel and shall be made available from Mohali police station. ADGP handed a list of around eight persons from whom the security shall be withdrawn.

The security guards of Akali workers Amrik Singh of Mohali, Jasbir Singh, SGPC member Hardeep Singh and Sapna Sethi has already been withdrawn.

Pietersen’s ‘switch hit’ leaves Kirsten asking for change in cricket laws

Mohali, Dec. 22: Indian cricket coach Gary Kirsten is not happy with English captain Kevin Pietersen's `switch hit', and termed the shot disadvantageous for bowlers.

He said that the shot puts the tribe of bowlers in a distinctly disadvantageous position and administrators of the game should bring in change in the laws to right the wrong.

"I think we have to do something about the law of the game, because it's a big advantage for the batsman and a disadvantage for the bowlers," The News quoted Kirsten, as saying.

Pietersen unleashed the much debated shot against Harbhajan Singh and Amit Mishra in the ongoing Mohali test match.

Team selection for Mohali Test will define character of English cricket

England Cricket LogoLondon, Dec 18 : The character of English cricket will be tested to the full when the selectors pick their side for second Test in Mohali, starting on Thursday.

National selector Geoff Miller reacted strongly to suggestions that he is running a closed shop but if England name the same playing XI that lost in Chennai the accusation will stick, the Daily Express reported.

England played their part in an epic first Test against India but the bottom line was that they lost again because they lacked the ability and ruthlessness when it mattered in the final day and a half - and not for the first time.

Mohali wicket expected to be decisive: Daljit Singh

Mohali, Dec 18 : Daljit Singh, curator of pitch at Mohali Stadium, the venue of the second cricket Test between India and England, has predicted a decisive match slated to start here on December 19.

Addressing media persons here last evening, Daljit told that their organisation has always tried to make a result-oriented wickets so as to keep the charm of competitive Test cricket alive.