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Guilty! Akal Takht punishes Avtar, Hit for religious misconduct and 7 days’ Tankha announced

HAD COMPARED BIHAR CM WITH GURU GOBIND SINGH JI DP CORRESPONDENT Amritsar The Akal Takht held senior Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Avtar Singh Hit guilty of gross ‘religious misconduct’ and directed him to undergo ‘tankha’ (religious punishment) to atone for his ‘misconduct’ which was of a very grave nature and had hurt Sikh sentiments.

Skoda’s 2020 Creta Kamiq

Skoda’s 2020 Creta Rival Likely To Be Called Kamiq

Reviews Skoda has announced the name of the series production model of last year’s Vision X compact SUV concept (Pictured below). Christened Kamiq, it will make its world debut at the upcoming 2019 Geneva Motor Show in March.  Alert Me When Launched It was expected that the name of Skoda’s upcoming SUV will begin with

Mahindra GenZe Testing India

Mahindra GenZe Electric Scooter Spotted Testing In India

The Mahindra GenZe 2.0 electric scooter has been spotted testing in India. This marks the second time the scooter has been spied here, with the previous instance coming back in April last year. But while the Indian electric two-wheeler market was not mature enough for such a product back then, Mahindra could possibly introduce the GenZe here

Hockey star Sandeep Singh

I’m ready to take up acting: Hockey star Sandeep Singh

“I love experimenting and doing new things in life and if things fall into place, I’m ready to take up acting too. I’m sure it will be a wonderful experience.” Sandeep Singh’s life story found its way onto the silver screen last year with “Soorma”, and he will be entering the world of small screen

Manikarnika Kangana shines

‘Manikarnika…Kangana shines in a superfluous narrative

Here is an opportunity for those who have not heard of the legendary Rani Laxmibai, the warrior queen of Jhansi, who gallantly battled against the British with her infant son tied to her back during the Indian revolution. With a tale spanning from 1828 to 1858, film, “Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi” gives you a

Bargari case Captain Amarinder

Nobody found guilty in Bargari case: vows Captain Amarinder

Mehraj (Bathinda) Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday vowed not to spare anyone found guilty for the Bargari carnage, whether a politician or a police officer, irrespective of their position or high office. Lashing out at the Akalis for failing to bring culprits to book and not accepting recommendations of its own Commission

Sub-inspector Rajbir Chandigarh CBI trap

After sub-inspector Rajbir from Chandigarh one more UT cop comes in to CBI trap

Himani Bahuguna Chandigarh After sub-inspector Rajbir who was posted in sector 31 police station of Chandigarh one more UT cop was caught red handed while taking bribe on Monday. The CBI officials caught a constable posted in Maulijagran police station while taking 25 thousand bribe from the complainant in NDPS case. It is alleged that the

Sikh separatists protest Indian Embassy

Sikh separatists protest in front of the Indian Embassy

A small group of Sikh separatists held a protest in front of the Indian Embassy in Washington during which they tried to burn the tricolor on the Republic Day, a move slammed by the local Sikh community and termed as a “flop show” by Indian government sources. The demonstration by Sikh For Justice (SFJ) outside

Panjab University Senator balcony

Panjab University Senator dies after falling from balcony

VICE CHANCELLRAJ KUMAR, HAS EXPRESSED DEEP CONDOLENCES ON THE UNTIMELY AND SAD DEMISE OF RAGHBIR DYAL DP CORRESPONDENT Chandigarh In a tragic accident, the Panjab University Senate member Raghbir Dyal Bansal on Sunday died after he fell off the balcony. As per details, 51- year-old Bansal who was also the member of University’s Board of

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High job stress can lead to weight gain in women

Are you gaining weight suddenly? Blame increased stress at workplace, say researchers who found that heavy pressure at work predisposes women to weight gain, irrespective of whether they have received an academic education. The findings, led by the University of Gothenburg in Sweden researchers, showed that long term exposure to high job demands played a

ICC Sarfaraz match cricket

International Cricket Council bans Sarfaraz for four-match

Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has been suspended for four matches over his racist comments against South Africa all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo, ICC said Sunday. Sarfaraz accepted that he was in breach of the ICC’s Anti-Racism Code for Participants following an incident that occurred during the second ODI against South Africa in Durban on Tuesday. �e 31-year-old

Deaf Dumb children

Deaf and Dumb children’s day out

KUSUM ARORA Hoshiarpur The state level 70th Republic Day function in Hoshiarpur was special for the deaf and dumb children, as it gave them a sense of belongingness in the otherwise ignorant society. A maiden chance, around 100 deaf and dumb children were able to interpret the Republic Day speech of chief guest Punjab Governor

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JIND BYE-POLL: A definitive litmus test for all poll players

HIGHLIGHTS The bye-poll was necessitated following the death of Indian National Lok Dal legislator Hari Chand Middha in August last year As part of elaborate security arrangements to ensure smooth and peaceful conduct of polling, nearly 3,000 policemen will be put on duty, a senior police Counting of votes will take place on January 31.

Off the Cuff

Daily Post Special: Off the Cuff

Minister forgets to salute Power Minister Gurpreet Singh Kangar was the chief guest at the Republic Day function held at Bathinda on Saturday. The minister, after hoisting the tricolour, forgot to give a salute to the nation’s pride. It caused a major embarrassment for the district administration but despite noticing it on the podium they

Jind assembly Elections 100 years caste vote

Jind assembly Elections: 100 years lady reach to caste vote among other voters, clash at Jalabad village

Ravinder Singh Malik Special Correspondent/Daily Post 110 years old lady ‘Sarifan’ reached to caste the vote at Jind assembly constituency elections in Haryana today morning. 31 percent voting took place in Jind till 11.30 am by the voters. Though up to 10:30am around 52 percent voters casted the vote. After the voting of elections today,

HP high alert

Himachal Pradesh on high alert

SASE warns people not to venture out in avalanche prone areas DP CORRESPONDENT Shimla The government on Sunday put the state and district level emergency operation centers on high alert in the state. An official spokesperson said here that fresh rain/snowfall occurred in the Shimla, Kullu, Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti, Sirmour, Kangra, Solan and Chamba

Agriculture farm expenditure debt-trap

Agriculture Part III: Failing to control non-farm expenditure, farmers fall in debt-trap

‘IGNORE THEIR FARM SIZE, BUY POWERFUL TRACTORS ON LOAN’ HARKIRAT SINGH Amritsar Farmers in Punjab, as in various other parts of the country, have time and again protested over the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of crops but have made no effort to control their non farm expenditure, resulting in their falling in the debt-trap. “Without

World Economic Forum Manpreet Badal

State makes its debut at World Economic Forum

DP CORRESPONDENT Chandigarh/Davos A high-level delegation from Punjab led by Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal participated in the World Economic Forum, DAVOS to showcase Punjab as the most preferred investment destination due to its investor-friendly policies coupled with lucrative incentives. The finance minister was accompanied by the Additional Chief Secretary Industries and Commerce, Vini Mahajan

Maruti Suzuki Wagon

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R: Old Vs New

The Maruti Suzuki WagonR is all grown up now! It is not only bigger, more powerful and more spacious, but also packs many more features than its predecessor. So let us take a look at the major differences between the two and see how far has Maruti’s trusty old workhorse has come with its third generation. DimensionsThe new WagonR

Govt Takht Sahib Management Act

‘Govt will not ask to amend Takht Sahib Management Act’

SHE SAID FADNAVIS HAD RESPONDED POSITIVELY TO THE REQUEST AND ASSURED HER THAT AFTER WIDER CONSULTATION IT WAS DECIDED THAT THE GOVERNMENT WOULD NOT PUSH FOR AMENDMENT OF THE TAKTH SAHIB MANAGEMENT ACT Union Food Processing Industries Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal thanked Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for responding to her request and announcing that


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