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‘Butcher of Punjab’ KPS Gill dies at 82 in Delhi

Former Punjab Police chief, who was regarded as butcher of Punjab for inflicting gross human rights abuses on Sikhs during his tenure as Punjab police chief died at Delhi today.

Indian Army, Assam Police and CRPF staged Fake Encounter in Assam: says Serving CRPF IG Rajnish Rai

An Inspector General of Police, serving with the CRPF in the North East, has raised several questions regarding an encounter carried out in a joint operation by the Army, Assam Police, CRPF and the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) in Chirang district of Assam in the early hours of March 30 this year.

Special Talk with Advo. R S Bains About Capt. Amarinder’s Disclosure on Fake Encounter of 21 Sikhs [VIDEO]

Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh in a recent tweet disclosed a fact which amounts to clear admission of the fact that there were extra-judicial killings of the Sikhs in Punjab during 1980s-90.

‘Straight out of the Nazi playbook’: Hindu nationalists try to engineer ‘genius’ babies in India

Members of a Hindu far-right organization called Arogya Bharati say they are working with expectant couples in the country to produce “customized” babies, who, they hope, will be taller, fairer and smarter than other babies.

Members Of Upper Caste In An Act Of ‘Vengeance’ Pour Kerosene In Dalits Well In MP Villege

In yet another case of atrocity against Dalits, the members of the upper caste of the village Mana in Agar Malwa district of Madhya Pradesh

Amnesty International to release Report about Attacks on Freedom of Expression (FoE) in Bangladesh

Amnesty International will be launching a report titled 'Caught between fear and repression: Attacks on Freedom of Expression in Bangladesh' at 3.30 PM today in Press Club of India, New Delhi.

Now Facebook, WhatsApp Posts Can Land Group Admins in Jail

Group admins of social media networks like Facebook and Whatsapp circulating objectionable posts including those containing rumours or fake news can now face imprisonment in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

Even BJP’s Own Legislators had Participated in Sikh Genocide 1984 Motion Passed by Delhi Assembly on 30 June 2015

New Delhi: Indian government led by the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) may be raising objections to the Sikh Genocide 1984 motion passed by the Ontario ...

We are entering a Nazi-like era, says Gujarat Files author Rana Ayyub

We are entering a ‘Nazi-like’ era where we are told what to eat, what not eat, what to wear, what not to wear, and how to express ourselves - Rana Ayyub.

Punjab Govt Sets Up Expert Panel On Farm Debt Waiver, To Seek Ways & Means For The Debt Waiver

The Punjab government lead by Capt Amarinder Singh here today has set up an Expert Group to assess the quantum of agricultural debt, and suggests ways and means for its waiver.

Indian Forces tie Kashmir Youth in front of Moving Jeep to escape stone pelting

As per the media reports coming in from Kashmir Valley a video has been going viral on the internet showing a local Kashmiri boy being tied to the front of a moving army jeep here on Friday, after former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah shared it on his Twitter account.

Objectionable Ad On LED Screen Near Darbar Sahib Complex Irks Sikh Sangat

LED screens installed at Heritage Street that leads to Darbar Sahib complex were depicting commercial advertisements with objectionable content that hasn't gone down well with the visiting Sikh Sangat.

Srinagar By-Poll: 6.5% Turnout; Indian forces kill 6 Kashmiri protesters

Indian administration hosted a by-poll in Srinagar today which witnessed 6.5% voter turnout while Indian forces shot dead six Kashmiri protesters.

Sikh Genocide 1984 Motion in Ontario Parliament Upsets Indian State & its Supporters

The historic Sikh Genocide 1984 Motion was passed by Ontario Provincial Parliament on April 6 extending official recognition to the fact of Sikh Genocide of 1984.

Jhelum Flowing Above Danger Level, Flood Like Situation In Kashmir

As per the media reports emanating from Kashmir, due to ongoing perpetual rainfall the river jhelum in the valley is reportedly flowing above the danger mark the local administration has asked the people to remain vigilant specially those living in south and central part of the Kashmir valley.

India must not forcibly return Rohingyas to Myanmar: Amnesty India

Human Rights group Amnesty India has urged the Indian state to not to forcibly return Rohingyas Muslims to Myanmar.

4 Killed And 36 Injured In a Blast At Cold Store In Dhuri

As per the media reports emanating from Sangrur district of Punjab, four people have died and other 36 got injured when an explosion ripped through a potato cold storage warehouse here on Friday afternoon. The storage was badly damaged with the roof completly blown off.

District Level Farmers’ Training Camps to Commence From April 4

The Agriculture department of the Punjab government has decided to commence with district level farmers' training camps from April 4, 2017.

Amnesty Demands Independent Investigation Into Gang-Rape Of Advasi Women By MP Police

The Madhya Pradesh government must ensure an independent and impartial investigation into the allegedgang-rape and sexual assault of four Adivasi women by police personnel

Punjab Government To Upload e-Text Books On Punjab State Education Board’s Website

Taking a big policy decision the Punjab government today decided to upload the e-text books for the coming academic session on the Punjab School Education Board’s website so that these can reach to the students at proper time.

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