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PUDR Cites Delhi High Court Decision Against Indefinite Incarnation; Seeks Release of Bara Case Life Term Prisoners

New Delhi: People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) has said that four prisoners – Nanhe Lal Mochi, Veer Kuar Paswan, Krishna Mochi and Dharmender Singh- ...

NIA Conducts Searchs in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh

The National Investigation Agency or NIA of India reportedly carried out searches at eight places in western Uttar Pradesh and Punjab today. According to media reports, the searches were carried in connection with its investigation against an "ISIS-inspired group".

Punjab Government Transferred 2 IAS Officers

The Punjab Government yesterday issued Transfer/ Posting order of 2 IAS officers with immediate effect.

Slough MP, Tan Dhesi, calls for a General Election After Theresa May Fails in Brexit Floor Test

Speaking during ‘No Confidence’ debate in British parliament yesterday, Slough MP Tan Dhesi show his support for a General Election.

SAM Teachers to Stir Up Protest As Punjab Government Sacks Five Leaders

The Education Department of Punjab government yesterday (Jan. 15) terminated the services of five leaders of the Sanjha Adhyapak Morcha for participating in a protest last year.

Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara Forms Five Member Committee After Bargari Morcha Disappointment

It is learnt that Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara had given a letter to his father Gurcharan Singh at Tihar Jail in Delhi on January 8.

High Court Terms M Phil (Religious Studies) Entrance Exam Unfair, Orders GNDU to Re-conduct It

In an embarrassment for Guru Nanak Dev University, Punjab and Haryana high court has cancelled the MPhil (religious studies) entrance examination conducted in August last year by the university for academic session 2018-19 terming it as unfair and flawed.

KMO Demands SIT to Investigate Parkash Singh Badal’s Secret Meetings with KPS Gill

The Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) has demanded that a Special Investigation Team (SIT) should be formed to investigate the truth of secret meetings of former Punjab CM and SAD (B) patron Parkash Singh Badal with former Punjab police chief KPS Gill.

Tight Security Arrangements in Panchkula in Wake of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Case Verdict Today

A CBI special court is set to announce verdict in a murder case against Dera Sauda Sirsa (DSS))'s convicted chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim.

Amarinder Singh Govt. Protecting Bargari and Behbal Kalan Culprits: Justice (Retd.) Zora Singh

Former judge and the chairman of the one-man commission constituted by then SAD (Badal)-BJP government in Punjab, Justice (Retd.) Zora Singh has accused Amarinder Singh led Punjab government of protecting the culprits of Beadbi incidents at Bargari; as well as cops who killed two Sikhs at Behbal Kalan.

Punjab Announced Holiday on January 14 In Sri Muktsar Sahib District

The Punjab Government has announced local holiday in Sri Muktsar Sahib District in connection with the Mela Maghi on January 14, 2019 (Monday).

Punjab Government to Fill 1.2 Lakh Govt. Job Vacancies in Phased Manner

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday directed filling up of the 1.2 lakh vacant posts in various government departments in a phased but focused manner, addressing the critical requirements of departments of Health, Education and Medical Education & Research in the first phase, reads a statement issued by Punjab CMO today.

Sikhs Slam Yogi Government for Failing to Submit Information on Sikhs Massacred in Kanpur During 1984 Sikh Genocide

The Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government in Uttar Pradesh has drawn flak from All India Riot Victim Relief Committee (AIRVRC) for not submitting the affidavits regarding the status report on the massacres of 127 Sikhs in Kanpur during the 1984 Sikh Genocide.

SGGS World University Remembers the Martyrs on Shaheedi Sabha

To pay homage to the supreme sacrifice made by the younger sons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Sahibzada Baba Zorawar Singh, Sahibzada Baba Fateh Singh, and the mother of Guru Gobind Singh Ji- Mata Gujri Ji; Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib organised various activities.

AAP Accuses Punjab Govt. of Devastating Govt. Employees from Their “Right to Vote”; Seeks Elections Commission’s Interference

Accusing Capt. Amarinder Singh led Congress govt. of divesting Govt employees from their Constitutional 'Right to vote' , the Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday demanded from the State Election commission to ensure that the govt. employees must be given the opportunity to avail their right to vote in the Panchayat Election scheduled for 30th December.

Police Complaint, Legal Notice Against Amazon as SGPC seeks Apology for Offensive Anti-Sikh Merchandise

SGPC has lodged a police complaint and sent a legal notice to online retail giant Amazon for listing offensive Anti-Sikh merchandise on its website.

Punjab Govt Declares 12 Holidays Under Negotiable Instrument Act for 2019

The Punjab Government has declared 12 holidays under Section 25 of The Negotiable Instrument Act 1881 for the calendar year 2019. Besides these 12 holidays, the Diwali festival, which will fall on 27 October, i.e. Sunday, is also a holiday.

Human Rights Body Worried Over Pattern of Excessive Force Used Against Civilians In Kashmir

Responding to the recent clashes between security forces and civilians near an encounter site in Pulwama, Kashmir, leading to the death of seven civilians, Asmita Basu, Programmes Director, Amnesty India said.

Punjabi Cultural Council Urges Centre to Open Trade Routes Between East and West Punjabs

Aiming to forge long term trade relations between Pakistan and India, the Punjabi Cultural Council (PCC) has appealed to both the governments to open and allow trade activities through the Hussainiwala (Ferozepur) and Sadki (Fazilka) borders like the Attari ICP so as farmers, industrialists and traders of the region could be able to export and import goods and produce at low costs.

Indian Forces Kill Civilians and Rebels in Kashmir

Seven civilians and three armed rebels were killed during a gun battle in Pulwama in Indian-administered Kashmir, officials said.

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