Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday inaugurated the 100 -bedded ultra-modern Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital in Sangrur.
Sath, a students group, is going to organize a seminar on "Phenomena of Genocide" in Punjab University Chandigarh on 15th of November. The seminar will be held in Zoology Auditorium at 3 PM.
Four men from Kashmir who were picked up from their homes and released after questioning by Ludhiana police on Diwali (Tuesday) evening allege that they were “defamed and branded as terrorists” by a section of the local media in news reports that appeared Wednesday.
On Friday night, Chinat Devi (45) was travelling with her family in the general bogey of Punjab-Bihar Jallianwala Express when she objected to a co-passenger, identified as Sonu Yadav, smoking, GRP police station In-charge, Shahjahanpur (UP), A K Pandey said.
Citing the inter-state and international ramifications of the case, the Central and Punjab governments handed over the investigations into the case involving the arrest of 3 Kashmiri students to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
The grievous attack on activist Agnes Kharshiing and her two aides— Amita Sangma and Emiki Kurbah - in Meghalaya, highlights a pattern of reprisals against activists who are standing up against injustice and exposing corruption in the state, said Amnesty India.
As the media reports revealed today, there was massive violation of Indian Supreme Court's directive imposing curb on firing the crackers on Diwali night. The SCI had imposed a curb of 2 hours for firing the crackers on the night of Diwali (Nov. 7) but the limit was not even observed by Delhi where the SCI is located. People burst crackers till late midnight.
Taking serious note of the alleged stripping of girls after the discovery of a sanitary pad in a toilet, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday ordered the transfer of two teachers of a Fazilka government school pending inquiry.
A district court staff in Mansa, Punjab, has been issued a show cause notice for what the Punjab and Haryana High Court called his “Contumacious conduct” in sending an e-mail to the high court seeking permission to make a film on his experiences during service showing how judges break law and the injustice and torture caused to him and the staff.
Targeted killings of Bengalis in Assam are reprehensible. The Assam government needs to ensure the right to life of all persons living in the state.
The Bengaluru office of Amnesty International was raided by the Enforcement Directorate yesterday. Over the last two years, the government has been cracking down on non-profits over the stringent law that regulates money received by non-profits from abroad.
The troubles for Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) are increasing every new day. It is learnt that Manjinder Singh Sirsa has resigned from the post of General Secretary of DSGMC.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has ordered an inquiry into the tragic train accident in which dozens were feared dead and injured in Amritsar on Friday evening.
More than fifty people were killed in Amritsar today as a train mow down crowd that was watching Dushehra.
In an case related to alleged 'conspiracy to attack' SAD (B) patron Parkash Singh Badal the Patiala police has recorded arrest of German Singh.
Dr. Kanwaljeet Singh explained philosophical concepts of Akaal Fateh and Khalis Kudrat that were introduced by Prof. Harinder Singh Mehboob in his work titled Sehje Racheo Khalsa.
He said that AAP will expose the nexus between Congress, SAD and BJP who are responsible for drug menace in Punjab. He said that Niranjan Singh was an upright officer and he should be allowed to work without any political pressure.
The Income Tax Department has carried out search operation on Quintillion Media Private Ltd. which runs news website 'The Quint'.
In a formal response to growing outrage among citizens of Malawi about a proposed statue of Mohandas Gandhi which is being erected in Blantyre, the second-largest city in the southern central African country, the Government of Malawi suggested the statue is required by India in order for the country to continue benefitting from “credit and concessionary loans for various development projects.”
A court in Malout has reportedly sentenced a man to undergo 2 years imprisonment for hurling shoe at former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal.« Previous Page — Next Page »