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Tool to Monitor ‘Your Time on Facebook’; May Help in Self-Policing

Facebook has reportedly introduced a new feature, tentatively titled ‘Your Time on Facebook’, that would provide information about how much time users spent on the platform each day in a week, along with the average time spent on the site per day.

Killing People on Suspicion of Possession or Trading of Beef Continues Unabated in India

In yet another case related to suspicion on cow slaughter, the Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh (U.P) police thrashed a meat trader Mohammad Salim Qureshi alias Munna so badly that he succumbed to injuries on Thursday after spending eight days in AIIMS.

Five Lakh Saplings Distributed So far Through i-Hariyali App in Punjab

Punjab Forest Department has announced to plant 2 crore saplings this year under "Mission Tandarust Punjab". A government release states that more than 10 lakh saplings have already been distributed so far.

2011 Arson Case: Key Dera Man Purportedly Confessed Before Magistrate

Moga police presented Dera Sauda Sirsa follower and a leader of DSS’s 45 member committee leader Mahinderpal Bittu before a duty magistrate on Wednesday (June 20) under tight security.

CBI Team Arrives in Moga; DGP Says Police to Extend Full Support to CBI in Beadbi Cases

The team is probing three cases related to Beadbi incidents, including the Beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib in Bargari on October 12, 2015 that had triggered massive outrage from the Sikh Panth.

MANIPUR: Over 1000 call for an end to intimidation, harassment and attacks against Human Rights Defenders associated with EEVFAM

Over 1000 people across India have supported Amnesty International India’s global BRAVE campaign in Manipur calling on the Chief Minister of Manipur ...

Issue of Sikh Political Prisoners Again in Focus; Harnek Singh Bhup May Be Shifted to Punjab

The issue of Sikh political prisoners languishing in Indian jails even after completing minimum mandatory terms of their sentences is once again in focus.

Simranjit Singh Mann Withdraws His Offensive Utterances About BSP Chief Mayavati

It is learnt that Simranjit Singh Mann, president of Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann), has withdrawn his offensive utterances about former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayavati.

Bio CNG and Bio-ethanol to be Manufactured from Stubble; Punjab Signs MoU with 4 Companies

The Punjab government today issued a release maintaining that it was serious to check the stubble burning in the state.

Israel’s Mossad Trained Indian Commandos Who Attacked Darbar Sahib in June 1984

Recent reports in various media outlets have endorsed the fact that Israel's Mossad had trained commandos who had attacked the Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) in June 1984.

Sikh Cop Saves Muslim Man from Possible Lynching in Uttarakhand

A video purportedly showing a Sikh policeman saving a Muslim youth from a mob in Nainital district, has gone viral.

Tamil Nadu: Excessive Use Of Force For Crowd Control Cannot Be Justified

The excessive use of force by the Tamil Nadu police on the anti-sterlite protestors in Thoothukudi on Tuesday, is a damning indictment of the state government's determination to crush the protests.

No Proceedings Take Place During NIA Court Hearing in Jagtar Singh Jaggi Case

Media reporters had thronged outside the Special NIA Court in Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar (Mohali) expecting that something special would come out of today's hearing.

Punjab Government appoints Dr. Balkar Singh as Director Vishav Punjabi Centre Society

The Punjab Government has appointed Dr. Balkar Singh S/o Late Mr. Shingara Singh as the Director of Vishav Punjabi Centre Society, Punjabi University Patiala.

After Spending 9 Years Behind Bars, Barkat Singh Jammu Gets 3 Years Sentence

After spending 9 years behind bars, a Jammu resident was today granted 3 years imprisonment in a 2009 case related to recovery of arms.

Madhya Pradesh Farmer Dies After Waiting for 4 Days to Sell His Harvest

A 65-year-old farmer collapsed and died at an agricultural market in Madhya Pradesh after waiting in the scorching heat for four days for his crop to be weighed up and sold.

Contaminated Water Enters Canals from Harike; Hits Supply of Drinking Water

Punjab is facing major environmental disaster as Beas river water contaminated by chemical leak from a Sugar Mill located in Gurdaspur was started flowing in canals through Harike Headworks.

Encounters in Uttar Pradesh: India’s NHRC Orders Police Inquiry into 17 Cases of Encounters by the Police

India's National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has ordered a fact-finding inquiry into 17 cases of "encounter killings" (extra-judicial killings) in Uttar Pradesh and called for the report to be placed before it within four weeks.

80 Dead, 136 Injured in 5 States Due to Lightning Strikes, Thunderstorms

As many as 80 people have been killed in five states due to thunderstorms and lightning strikes since Sunday, with Uttar Pradesh alone recording 51 deaths, the Home Ministry said on Monday.

Arrested After Road Accident, 2 booked in UAPA along with Gurjant Singh Australia

The district police of Faridkot has reportedly arrested two persons after their motorcycle met with a road accident few days back.

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