Punjab Police marks presence on social media
Punjab Police marks presence on social media


Punjab Police marks presence on social media: The Punjab Police today marked its presence on the social media to counter misinformation campaign and false propaganda unleashed by radicals or gangsters to influence people, especially youth. Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh formally launched the online campaign of the Punjab Police here. With this, the Facebook page of the Punjab

Punjab to expedite work on Swachh Bharat Mission Punjab to expedite work on Swachh Bharat Mission

Punjab to expedite work on Swachh Bharat Mission: Punjab was asked to expedite the work on becoming an open defecation-free (ODF) state in a review meeting of the Centre’s flagship urban development schemes here today. Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri reviewed the progress of the Centre’s flagship schemes — AMRUT, Swachh

Double blow for Amarinder close aides lose jobs Double blow for Amarinder as close aides lose jobs

Double blow for Amarinder close aides lose jobs: Chandigarh, (Jan 21) In a matter of just 24 hours, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh suffered a double blow as two of his close aides in the government lost their jobs — one bowing to the law of the land and the second one being forcibly sacrificed at

India Pakistan flag war to continue at Attari-Wagah India, Pakistan flag war to continue at Attari-Wagah

India Pakistan flag war to continue at Attari-Wagah: Attari (Punjab), (Jan 18) This is one war between traditional rivals India and Pakistan that has really been scaling new heights. The war of flags between the two countries at the Attari-Wagah joint check post (JCP) is set for a renewal with the authorities on the Indian side

Variable tariff levies to make power expensive in punjab, says Sukhbir Badal

Power variable tariff levies to make power expensive in punjab, says Sukhbir Badal: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today said the Congress government was proposing to play a fraud with the industrial sector by promising power at Rs five per cent unit but actually delivering the same at even higher rates than those

47,000 farmers set to be freed from farm loan burden today

47,000 farmers set to be freed from farm loan burden today Chandigarh – Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh willon Sunday formally launch the farm debt waiver scheme, which will benefit a total of 5.63 lakh farmers in the initial phase. Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, Additional Chief Secretary, Co-operation, DP Reddy and Additional

Panchkula violence: Punjab has debt of Rs 169 crore for army deployment
Panchkula violence: Punjab has debt of Rs 169 crore for army deployment

The Punjab government seeks the details of expenses of army deployment during eruption of violence after conviction of the Dera chief Ram Rahim. The state officials has written to Army headquarters in this regard. It is important to mention that expenses of army personnel has to bear by state where army is deployed in tense

Gurmeet Ram Rahim's son Jasmeet Insa fled to Canada?
Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s son Jasmeet Insa fled to Canada?

After Gurmeet Ram Rahim, the members of Dera Sirsa have started the process to choose the successor of Dera Sirsa and its property worth of 1000 crore wealth. In the Dera head’s native village, Gurusar Modiya, the first meeting of the family took place, in which it was agreed that Dera chief’s son Jasmeet Insa

Curfew lifted in Punjab, Amarinder Singh says situation peaceful

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has said that the situation in the state is ‘peaceful’ while the curfew has been lifted. After Dera Sacha Sauda’s Chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh verdict, yesterday, violence erupted by his followers in different states of India resulting in the death of 29 people, while more than 200 are said

Punjab Police And Its Love For Drugs And Money

The recent arrest of five policemen for indulging in drug trafficking and extortion case has brought a major embarrassment to the whole of police department in Punjab that was already suffering severe image crisis. It is learnt that a police party comprising personnel from Counter Intelligence unit of the state police snatched 300 gm heroin

MLAs can book only Wednesday to meet CM

MLAs can book Wednesday meet CM captain amarinder. From now onwards MLAs of ruling party can meet Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh only on Wednesday. Capt Amarinder himself issued these guideline on Monday. Meeting with officers of CMO has also been fixed for MLAs who can meet them on Tuesday and Thursday. However, Congress MLAs

Development is okay, now it’s about checking negativity

Alike the Akalis, regular incidents of farmers’ suicide, desecration of holy books, liquor smuggling, gang wars, high-profile killings, skyrocketing prices of sand and gravel have also started troubling the Congress government The other day, Local Bodies’ Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu was heard claiming that his party would contest the coming Municipal Corporation elections based on

Ludhiana: Ban on covering face while driving after Pastor killing
Ludhiana: Ban on covering face while driving after Pastor killing

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS After the murder of priest Sultan Masih in the city, the police commissioner R. N. Dhoke has issued strict instructions to people from covering faces while driving. This instruction has been issued because of the face coverings of the

Punjabi singer Arashdeep gets one year imprisonment
Punjabi singer Arashdeep gets one year’s imprisonment

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS People use every possible way to go to abroad.Many singers or other artists have also been caught in illegally sending them abroad.One such case has appeared in Mansa, where a District Mansa court has awarded one year Imprionment to

Punjab Police nab gangster after exchange of fire-
Punjab Police nab gangster after exchange of fire

A gangster, wanted in over two dozen cases of murder and robbery, was arrested after exchange of gunfire in a village of Ferozepur, police said today. While Gurpreet Singh, alias Gopi, was nabbed, Ashok Kumar, alias Aman, managed to escape with some locals in the operation in village Kohala in Ferozepur district’s Mallanwala block yesterday.

Punjab extends date of General Transfers
Punjab extends date of General Transfers

The Punjab Government has extended the last date for the general postings and transfers of officers and officials of the government in the state during 2017-18. Disclosing this here today, a spokesman of the Punjab Government said that now the general transfers would be done upto 10th July, 2017 but this decision would not be implemented

No regulatory Act for cable business in Punjab: Amarinder
No regulatory Act for cable business in Punjab: Amarinder

Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday ruled out any regulatory Act for the cable business in the state. The TV Channels will, however, be free to operate, he added.   With this, Amarinder government has taken a u-turn on its decision to de-politicise news channels and de-monoplise cable TV networks in Punjab. In its first cabinet meeting on March

One house One job scheme will be started from August
One house One job scheme will be started from August: Captain Amarinder Singh

Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh and Director General of police Punjab Suresh Arora addressed the press conference in Chandigarh. Captain Amarinder Singh said that one house one job scheme will be started from August. Captain government promised in its election manifesto during elections that if congress government would come in power, then government job

Captain Amarinder conferred with Fakhr-e-Kaum award

Punjan chief minister Captain  Amarinder Singh was conferred with Fakhr-e-Kaum award by Federation of Aartiya Association of Punjab in Kisan Bhawan, Chandigarh, where a programme was held by brokers (Aartiya) of Punjab Mandi Board. On this occasion, the chairman of Punjab Mandi Board Lal Singh was also present.

British paid compensation for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre!!

Even as nonagenarian freedom fighter Mohan Singh recently moved the High Court seeking compensation for the “brutal death” of his grandfather at Amritsar’s Jallianwala Bagh on April 13, 1919, documents chanced upon during the digitisation of Punjab Archives show that the British had announced “liberal compensation” to the victim families of the massacre. Even those