Oct 03

We fully support PM on surgical strikes: Kejriwal

New Delhi: Delhi CM and AAP National convener Arvind Kejriwal has announced his support to PM Narendra Modi regarding the surgical strikes, on Monday. While addressing the media, he said that his statement was manipulated by international media. He added that he never opposed the move of Modi over the surgical strikes. Further extending the

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Factionalism in Congress: Workers raised black flags against MLA Atwal

Faridkot: The factionalism inside the congress party has come to fore after the congress workers of village Uggi showed black flags to congress MLA Gurbir Singh Atwal, on Monday in Jalandhar. The fact was enlightened during the recent campaign started by the name of ‘Punjab Congress

Two suspicious boats sailing from Karachi, high alert in Gujarat and Maharashtra: Sources

Ahmedabad: Multi Agency Center (MAC) has issued warnings to border states, including Gujarat, that two suspicious Pakistan boats, which had left Karachi port, are moving towards either Gujarat or Maharashtra. The intelligence input, which has given latitude and longitude of the boats, mentions that one of the boats has developed technical snag and is holed

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Shahapur sector of Poonch in J&K

Jammu: The Pakistan army on Monday resorted to unprovoked mortar shelling and firing at Indian positions in two places in Poonch district, authorities said. After opening fire in Shahpur area, the Pakistan army started shelling and gunfire in Sabjiyan area of Poonch district. Police said 82 mm mortar shelling was started in Shahpur area on

Search operation called off after Baramulla attack, militants escape

Srinagar: The over six-hour long search operation against militants was called off on Monday morning as the security forces said the attackers had failed to breach the security parameters of the army camp in north Kashmir’s Baramulla town. One Border Security Force (BSF) trooper was killed and another injured late Sunday night when a group

Terror attack on army camp in Baramulla

Srinagar:  Terrorists on Sunday night carried out a ‘Fidayeen’ (suicide) attack on an army camp located on the outskirts of Baramulla town, less than a week after the Indian Special Forces smashed seven terror launch pads during a surgical strike across the Line of Control (LoC). The spokesman for Srinagar-based XV corps Col Rajesh Kalia

BSF opens fire after suspected infiltration in Gurdaspur

Gurdaspur: After militants attacked two adjoining camps of Army and the paramilitary force in Jammu and Kashmir’ Baramulla, the BSF opened fire after suspected infiltration at Chakri post of Gurdaspur on Monday morning. A search operation was launched in the border belt of Gurdaspur district of north Punjab on Monday morning following an unsuccessful infiltration

Adampur Sacrilege: Police arrested one person

Jalandhar: The local police have traced the case of sacrilege of ‘Gutka Sahib’ with the arrest of one person, on Sunday at Jalandhar. The accused has been identified as Gurjeet Singh resident of Jalandhar. While addressing the media, Senior police official said that with the help of locals the police have arrested the accused of

Former Congress MLA Sher Singh Gagowal passes away

Chandigarh: Senior Congress leader and former MLA Sher Singh Gagowal passed way at the age of 76, on Sunday in Chandigarh. According to the information, Gagowal has not keeping well for the last couple of months. Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Capt Amarinder Singh condoled the demise of the senior leader. “Gagowal was one of

Pakistani crowd throws stone at Indian side during retreat at Wagah Border

Amritsar: The anger among both the nations have been witnessed during the retreat ceremony of Wagah Border in Amritsar, when Pakistan audience pelted stone from that side, on Sunday. However, it has been reported that during the ceremony, Pakistan nationals raised the slogans against India. The BSF officials said that the people had narrow escape

Pop singer Mika bows before garbage pickers at Safaigiri award function

New Delhi: Mika Singh, the king of Punjabi pop brought his infectious energy to the Safaigiri Awards. Crooning his hits –Mauja hi Mauja, Mast Kalander, Sawan Mein Lag Gayi Aag. An ecstatic crowd welcomed him and played the perfect audience. Singh brought an important message with him, that of peace between India and Pakistan, adding that

4 died, 18 injured as Bolero falls into canal in Sangrur (List of Victims)

Sangrur: four persons died and 14 sustained injuries as Bolero camper rolls down in a canal in Sangrur, on Sunday. The incident has taken place at village Lada near Dhuri in Sangrur. According to the information, the victims were returning to their village from Bhog Ceremony, when the accident happened. The deceased have been identified

Kashmiri students raised pro-Pak slogans in Khanna college

Ludhiana: Tension prevailed in Gulzar group of colleges in Khanna, on Sunday after Kashmiri students staying in college hostel raised the slogans favoring Pakistan. According to the information, students natives of Kashmir had scuffled with students from Jaharkhand that later turned into the communal clash. After the clash, the Kashmir students raised the slogans of

Congress supporters protest against Manish Tewari in Ludhiana

Ludhiana: Factionalism in congress party again comes to fore in Ludhiana, when supporters of MLA Surinder Dawar staged protest against former MP Manish Tewari in Janakpuri in Ludhiana, on Sunday. Protesters raised slogans against Tewari with the allegation that he is eyeing Congress ticket from Janakpuri. However, Tewari visited the area to attend the function

Pigeon carrying Urdu letter for Modi found in Pathankot

A day after a balloon carrying a message in Urdu language surfaced in Dinanagar, another letter in Urdu language found by Border Security Force (BSF) at Bamial sector in Pathankot, on Sunday. BSF officials revealed that they have witnessed a pigeon in their area carrying Urdu letter. While detailing the content of letter, officials said

Financial grants to the villages in Punjab would be released on time: Capt

Mansa: Punjab Pardesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president, Capt Amarinder Singh held the interaction session following his ongoing campaign Halqe Vich Captain at Budhlada in Mansa, on Sunday. While addressing the public, Capt accused SAD government for the issue of Drugs in state. Its time to wake up and drag SAD from the ruling government. Distributes

BJP holds meeting for upcoming assembly polls in Punjab

Chandigarh: Punjab Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) held a meeting, on Sunday regarding the assembly polls in Punjab at Chandigarh. According to the information, meeting has been called by in-charge of Punjab’s party affairs in which various BJP leaders from various districts of Punjab were present. Recent successful surgical strike has been discussed

President, PM pay tributes to Mahatma Gandhi

New Delhi: The nation today remembered Mahatma Gandhi on his 147th birth anniversary, with President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders paying floral tributes to him at his memorial here. Vice President Hamid Ansari, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and senior BJP leader L K Advani also paid tributes to the Father

Modi briefs Mukherjee on recent developments

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday called on President Pranab Mukherjee here and briefed him on the recent developments in the aftermath of the ‘surgical strikes’ carried out by the army across the LoC. “Met Rashtrapatiji at Rashtrapati Bhavan,” Modi said in a brief tweet, along with a photograph of him with the

Sucha Singh Chhotepur formally launches “Apna Punjab Party” in Chandigarh

Chandigarh: More than a month after he was sacked as Aam Aadmi Party’s Punjab convener, Sucha Singh Chhotepur today floated a regional political outfit ‘Aapna Punjab Party’ which will fight in the 2017 Assembly polls in the state.             He also announced that a ‘Punjab Progressive Alliance’ will be set