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Seven Earth-Size, Habitable-Zone Planets Around Single Star Found by NASA

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has revealed the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around a single star.

Indian Supreme Court says SYL Canal Has to be Built; Water Issue could be Sorted Later

Sticking to its earlier stand to not to take into consideration some basic issued related to allocation of Punjab's river water to non-riparian states, the Supreme Court of India on Wednesday (Feb. 22) passed a comment that (controversial) Satluj-Yamina Link (SYL) canal has to be built.

Defeat Those Who Have Abandoned Panthic Marg: Dal Khalsa Urges to Delhi Sikh Voters

The pro freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa here today urged Delhi Sikhs to favour those candidates in the ensuing gurdwara polls who have stood with Panth

Punjab Govt Prohibits Sale of Processed Tobacco & Nicotine Products For One Year

The Punjab Government has prohibited the manufacture, storage, sale or distribution of “Gutkha”, “Pan Masala”, processed/flavored/scented chewing tobacco

Dera Sirsa Premis, Sikh Clash in Makhu; Police FIR against 25 Sikh Activists

A 'charcha' event organised by Dera Sirsa Sauda followers at Makhu town of Zira sub-division in Ferozepur district on Sunday lead to a brawl among the

Will March Towards Punjab To Dig SYL Canal: Abhay Chautala

Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) party president Abhay Chautala on Friday said his party workers were ready to march towards Punjab on February 23 to dig

Another Arrest in Ghawaddi Beadbi Accused’s Murder Case

Ludhiana police have arrested another person in relation to murder of Balwinder Kaur of Ghawaddi (Ludhiana) who was facing charges of committing beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib. Balwinder was gunned down near Alamgir in Ludhiana district on in July last year.

Modernity: An Analysis | Seminar by Samvad | Closing Comments by Bhai Mandhir Singh

Samvad, a discussion forum, held a seminar on Modernity: An Analysis at Punjabi Bhawan, Ludhiana on February 11, 2017. This is video recording of closing comments by Bhai Mandhir Singh.

Gurudwaras in California Offering Shelter & Food to Oroville Dam Evacuees

Gurdwaras in California have offered shelter to thousands of evacuees of Yuba City following fears of Oroville Dam collapsing

Sikhs Across Canada Deliver Valentine’s Care Packages to Women’s Shelters

For the fourth year in a row, Sikhs across Canada, in partnership with the World Sikh Organization of Canada, joined to take part in the One Billion Rising movement by providing care packages, treats and baked goods to approximately 1500 women and children in shelters in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal.

India’s Ministry of Home Affairs Website Reportedly Hacked; Officials Deny Claims

Various reports in the media maintain that the website of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) of India was hacked on Sunday, prompting authorities to temporarily block it.

“Panj-Rang” Arts Exhibition at Punjabi University from 14 to 28 February

Arts Gallery and Museum is going to hold an Arts Exhibition titled as "Panj Rang" for two weeks- from February 14 to 28.

Dera Sirsa Issue: SGPC Probe against Badal Dal candidates- An attempt to mislead Sikh Sangat, says Dal Khalsa

The former president of pro freedom Sikh party Dal Khalsa H S Dhami here today while ridiculing SGPC president Kirpal Singh Bhadungar for trying to mislead

Earthquake Shocks observed in Chandigarh, Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, Uttarakhand, UP and Northern Region

Shocks of earth quakes were observed in Chandigarh and Punjab on Monday (February 06) at 10:34 pm. The shakes that lasted for few seconds were also observed in New Delhi and other parts of northern regions of the subcontinent.

“If no water flows to Rajasthan, the question of treating it will not arise” Dal Khalsa to Punjab Govt

The pro freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa has urged the Punjab government to fend-off the National Green Tribunal (NGT) and take up measures to implement

Jodhpur University files Complain Against JNU Professor For its Kashmir Remarks

As per the media reports the Registrar of Jai Narain Vyas University in Jodhpur has filed a police complaint against JNU professor Nivedita Menon over her alleged

Former SGPC Chief Avtar Singh Makkar’s son dies of Cardiac Arrest

Manvinder Pal Singh Raju, son of former SGPC president Avtar Singh Makkar, reportedly died of cardiac arrest on Friday.

Assembly Polls: ECI Declares 4th February as Public Holiday In Punjab

The Election Commission of India (ECI) has announced a holiday on February 4 in view of the Assembly election in Punjab to facilitate the voters

ECI Issues fresh Guidlines For The Last 48 Hours Ending With Poll Campaign

In continuation with the instructions issued earlier regarding the last 48 hoursending with the on-going campaign for the Punjab Assembly Elections,

Pragya Singh Thakur Acquitted in Ex-RSS Parcharak murder Case

The sessions court on Wednesday acquitted Pragya Thakur in the former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) pracharak Sunil Joshi murder case

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