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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.

Hindutva Fountainhead RSS backed Workshop on Education Attended by Vice Chancellors of 51 Universities

As many as 721 academicians, including 51 Vice Chancellors (VCs) from both the central as well as state varsities, reportedly participated in a Workshop oganised by a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh affiliate at the Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology and Management.

Is Appointment Of Yogi Adityanath Beginning Of Hindutva State, Questions Jurist Fali Nariman

Eminent jurist and a senior Advocate in the Supreme Court of India, Fali Nariman has asserted that the appointment of Yogi Adityanath as Uttar Pradesh’s chief minister was a beginning of a Hindu State in India.

Uttar Pradesh: New Chief Minister Must Retract Previous Statements Against Muslims, says Amnesty India

In statement released by the Amnesty International a UK based human rights group has here today asked the newly appointed CM of Uttar Pradesh state of India Yogi Aditiyanath

The Cabinet Lead By Capt Amarinder Singh Takes Decision In Its Maiden Meeting

In the first cabinet meeting just two days after the swearing-in ceremony the newly formed Capt Amarinder Singh government here today stared working towards

The Punjab Cabinet To Convene First Session Of 15th Vidhan Sabha On 24th March

The first session of the 15th Vidhan Sabha of Punjab will be summoned at 2 p.m. on March 24, 2017. This was decided here on Saturday at the first meeting of

Punjab & Sindh Bank Drops Punjabi, inducts Hindi As Its Official Language

In yet another discriminatory step against the Punjabi language by the Central government, the ministry of languages has issued a circular stating that all the administrative works being carried out by the Punjab & Sindh Bank branches from now on will be done in Hindi instead of Punjabi.

Absence Of Seats For AAP MLA’s At Swearing In Ceremony Reflects Fuedal Mindset Of Capt Amarinder Says Sukhpal Khair

In a press note released by the Punjab unit of the Aam Adami Party (AAP) here today has expressed its displeasure over the step-motherly treatment given to the AAP MLAs

Capt Amarinder Singh Sworn In As Punjab CM, Kick Starts His Second Inning

The Punjab congress party chief Capt Amarinder Singh was here today in sworn in as the 26th Chief Minister of Punjab. He took oath as CM

Bill Seeking Single Tribunal For Resolving River Water Disputes Introduced

The Modi goverment here today tabled the widly anticipated Bill in Lok Sabha, that would seek to set up a single permanent tribunal to resolve inter-state

UN Secretary Gen Mulls Talking To Indian & Pakistani Officials On Kashmir Issue

The newly appointed UN secretary general Antonio Guterres in his first international arbitrary effort is mulling the option of talking to senior officials

As Per RSS Approved History Syllabus In Rajisthan It Is Maharana Partap Who Defeated Akabar

As per the media reports emerging from Rajisthan the schools in the state from the next acadmic year might start teaching a new version of history in which Rajput warrior

Jammu & Kashmir DGP Warns of Hunting Down Militants’ Families

Militants should realize that they too have families, DGP of the Jammu and Kashmir police said today in a strong warning after an attack on an officer's home

Mobile Phones More Unhygienic Then Previously Thought, Says Discovery Of Pune Scientists

In startling new discovery the scientists of the government-owned National Centre for Cell Science (NCCS) here been able to identify three new species of microbes from screens

SGPC Probe Panel Submits Report On Dera Sauda SAD (Badal) Election Alliance

The probe committee set up by the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee SGPC to investigate into the controversial convention that was jointly organised by

Babari Demolition: After 25 Yrs Supreme Court Of India Asks To Speed Up Trials

The Supreme Court of India here today has expressed its concern over the pace of the proceedings of Babri Masjid demolition case and is going to take a decision on those

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