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Sikh Activists Booked For Peacefully Protesting Against Dera Sirsa Function

Marauri village of Samana town, district Patiala here on Sunday was on its heels when a group of Sikh activists

Two More Arrested: Police claims to solve Dera Sauda follower murder case

Punjab police on Wednesday (July 12) claimed to have arrested two more Sikhs, namely Gurpreet Singh Gopi and Avtar Singh Pamma.

Punjab Police proposes to form Special Operations Group (SOG) with Advanced Weapons and Technology

Punjab Police has proposed to set-up a Special Operations Group (SOG) with special powers and sophisticated devices and technologies.

Communist Leader Sitaram Yechury Praises Deceased ‘Butcher of Punjab’ KPS Gill

Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury reportedly praised former Punjab police DGP KPS Gill who died on May 26 this year.

Punjab Government Abolishes 3 Police Ranges, Will Have 7 Police Ranges

As per the media reports the Punjab government will no longer have two supervisory levels in its policing structure. Dubbed as a police reform move the state on

Police-Cats & Illegal Weapons with Cops: Dal Khalsa want High Court to appoint Inquiry Commission

Dal Khalsa has urged the Punjab and Haryana High Court to set up a “judicial commission” to probe a large cache of illegal weapons still lying with select serving policemen and the use of unlawful brigade known as “cats” by the security forces in the name of fighting militancy in the state.

Acting Jathedars Launches Drive To Reform Gurdwara Management

The acting Jathedar Dhayan Singh Mand  appointed by the Sikh gathering of November 2015 while crticising the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC)

Two More Sikhs Arrested; Police says they are linked to those arrested last month

In a press release issued today the Counter Intelligence Wing of the Punjab police claimed to have arrested two more Sikhs.

KPS Gill’s Obituary: BJP Leader Madan Mohan Mittal Criticises SAD (Badal) Walkout

A senior BJP leader and former Health Minister in the previous Badal-BJP government Madan Mohan Mittal here on Sunday condemned the SAD (Badal)’s

KMO’s Praveen Kumar writes Open Letter to Capt. Amarinder against Obituary Reference to KPS Gill

In a press note released by Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) a Punjab based human rights group, Praveen Kumar son of Chamman Lal who's elder son

Infamous Former Cat/Cop Gurmeet Pinky Stripped off Medal by Centre

As per media reports the Central Government of India recently decided to withdraw the alleged "gallantry award" given to a former cat-turned-cop Gurmeet Pinky.

SAD (Badal)’s MLAs stage walkout over Obituary Reference to KPS Gill

Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) MLAs yesterday staged walked out of Punjab Vidhan Sabha after the name of former Punjab DGP KPS Gill was not dropped from list of deceased persons to whom the house was to make obituary reference.

Amritsar Police release Sikh Youth after four days illegal custody: SYFB

It is learnt that the Amritsar district police on Tuesday (June 13) released a Sikh youth named Daljit Singh after keeping him in illegal custody several days. 

Punjab Police Transfers: 31 DSP Rank Officers Transferred

The Punjab Government on Tuesday (June 14) ordered the transfers and postings of 31 DSP rank officers with immediate effect.

Obituary To Butcher KPS Gill in Vidhan Sabha: Congress, BJP, AAP Have Insulted Sikh Sentiments

The pro-freedom Dal Khalsa here today stated that by offering obituary to infamous cop KPS Gill in the Vidhan Sabha budget session, the legislators have

Punjab Police Implicates Sikh Activist In False Opium Recovery Case

The Punjab police here on Monday  arrested a former Sikh activist Makhan Singh Gill which the police claims to be involved in drug trafficking and also

Shiv Sena leader arrested for burning effigy on 33rd Anniversary of Ghallughara June 1984 in Amritsar

A Shiv Sena leader named Sudhir Kumar Suri was arrested by police on Sunday (June 11) for allegedly hurting religious sentiments.

Hindutva Activists Burn Effigy under Police Protection in Amritsar; Fled in seconds after being challenged by a Singh

A group of Hindutva activists today burned an 'effigy' in Amritsar apparently under police protection. A video which surfaced over social networking platform Facebook shows that some Hindutva activists were burning an effigy.

Tensions Prevail in Phagwara After Hindutva Outfits Oppose Chhabil by Sikhs

Tension reportedly gripped Phagwara on Monday after some Hindutva outfits opposed a Chhabil by Sikhs held in the memory of Sikh Shaheeds of June 1984 Ghallughara.

After 25 years of Enforced Disappearance, Bathinda Court declared Prof. Bhullar’s father dead

A Bathinda court has announced Balwant Singh Bhullar, father of Sikh political prisoner Prof. Davinderpal Singh Bhullar, as 'dead'.

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