Jul 29

Farmers agitated front of Powercom Office
Farmers agitated front of Powercom Office

Farmers agitated front of Powercom Office. 3 farmer organizations of the town raised slogans against the department of Powercom Bhadaur with the help of farmers to waive off the fine of millions and to provide the fixed connections of tubewells.Bharti Kisan Union Dagonda, Bharti Kisan Union Ograhan and  farmers of Punjab Kisan Union, Bant Singh

A group of men arrested for Robbery in Abohar
A group of men arrested for Robbery in Abohar

A group of men arrested for Robbery in Abohar. Nagar police station no. 1 Chief Gurmeet Singh, Additional Chief, Devinder Singh, arrested a accused Baljinder Singh, son of Mukhtiyar Singh, Uttam Vihar Colony, who had looted the police party and presented him before the court of the Honorable Judge, Amarish Kumar, where the Honorable Judge

6 arrested in connection with theft and robbery cases
6 arrested in connection with theft and robbery cases

6 arrested in connection with theft and robbery cases. Police have been successful in tracing 2 incidents of theft and robbery. Police have arrested six persons, including one woman, in these cases. In one of theft case, the police arrested the thief after tracing it within 48 hours. SPD Swaran Singh Khanna said that two

Banga farmers protested against claimed ‘Bye-Pass’
Banga farmers protested against claimed ‘Bye-Pass’

Banga farmers protested against claimed ‘Bye-Pass’. Today the farmers union protest against of building the ‘Byepass’ outside Banga. Unions had a meeting before this. Union leader said if the center government will ease the some shopkeeper and build the bye-pass and destroy the all farmers, then farmers will oppose this act of government and will

Teacher forced pupil to do shameful act
Teacher forced pupil to do shameful act

Teacher forced pupil to do shameful act. After threatening to remove his name from school, a teacher continued to force the student to come home and make sex. This student is studying in class XII, whereas the teachers have been ranaway for two days. This matter is from Mardapur, a village near Ghanaur.A minor student

Four other culprits arrested in murder case
Four other culprits arrested in murder case

Four other culprits arrested in murder case. In the case of murder in village Gaddadob, Sadar police chief Baljeet Singh and the police party, 4 others accused Gurdeep Singh, son Tej Singh, Sukhchain Singh son Makhan Singh, Gurdev Singh son Ram Singh, Tej Singh son Ram Singh was arrested and presented in the court of

Rs 600 crore ponzi scam: ED raids five places
Rs 600 crore ponzi scam: ED raids five places

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday conducted raids at five places across the country against Chandigarh-based Uni Pay Group for its involvement in a Rs 600 crore ponzi scam, an official said. A probe is underway against the Uni Pay Group under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The ED had filed an FIR following

70 years old woman held with the bag full of old notes

70 years old woman held bag full old notes. A 70-year-old woman was found roaming with a bag full of notes. Some passersby suspected the woman walking around Ferguson College (FC) repeatedly on Thursday and a person informed the police.  Police reached the spot and the woman was brought to the police station.The woman named

Postal stamp on Rajmata should be released : Shiv Sena

  Mohali: Shiv Sena Women Wing of the Punjab government has demanded that the postal stamp should be issued in the name of the late Rajmata Mohinder Kaur. This demand was made during a meeting presided over by Women Wing President Asha Kalia and District President Mohitia Anita Maurya. National President Nishant Sharma was also

Indian agencies defaming freedom struggle of Kashmir

Srinagar, July 28 (PTI) Separatists in Kashmir today said terror groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda were non-existent in the Valley and accused Indian agencies of maligning the “ongoing freedom movement of Kashmiris”.Indian agencies are “desperate to malign our movement” and under a well-thought-out plan are devising policies to bring a bad name to the freedom struggle

People may soon get a good news

Home Minister Rajnath Singh held a meeting of the Home Minister Advisory Committee after nearly 12 years. Major decisions were taken to provide relief to lakhs of residents in the city. In the meeting held in Delhi, the committee decided that decision on free-handed property transfer from lease hold will be taken soon in the

Objectionable posters now come up in Haryana

Chandigarh, Jul 28 (PTI) Posters seeking a “freedom referendum” in Punjab were today found pasted on walls in Haryana’s Dabwali town in Sirsa district, a month after similar hoardings had sprung at various places in adjoining Punjab, police said.These posters were found on walls near a small market close to Dabwali bus stand in Sirsa district,

Bird hits Jet Airways flight, travellers safe
Bird hits Jet Airways flight, travellers safe

A Jet Airways flight suffered bird hit, few minutes before the landing at the runway at the Jodhpur Airport, on Friday. The Jet Airways 9W 412 flight travelling from Mumbai to Jodhpur was impinged by a bird during the landing at the airport, due to which the aircraft captain aborted the landing.A statement was immediately issued

Private school bus overturns children safe
Private school bus overturns, all children safe

Private school bus overturns children safe. Private school bus overturned near Boswal village of Fatehabad district on Thursday. Nearly 20 children were travelling in the bus. Police have arrested the bus driver for wrongly trying to overtake another vehicle. Sources said the bus driver is handicapped.Passersby and people from nearby areas started pulling the children

Integrated security system to install on 4 railway stations of Punjab

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- The Union railway ministry has selected 13 stations under Ferozepur railway division, including four from Punjab circle for the integrated security system.The stations selected include, from Punjab; Jalandhar, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Pathankot Cantonment, from Jammu & Kashmir ; Pampore, Srinagar,

26-year-old woman raped on pretext of marriage

Muzaffarnagar, Jul 28 (PTI) A 26-year-old woman has alleged that she was raped by a man on the pretext of marriage at a village here after he befriended her on a social media site a year ago, police said today.The victim lodged a police complaint yesterday, following which a case has been registered against the man,

Nitish Kumar wins floor test with 131 votes
Nitish Kumar wins floor test with 131 votes

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday won the floor test with 131 votes in favour against 108. Meanwhile, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) broke out in protests outside the Assembly in protest. The Chief Minister was faced vote of confidence in the Bihar Legislative Assembly, to prove his majority to form the state government.The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)

Indrani Mukerjea told me she will kill Sheena, Mikhail: Driver Shyamvar
Indrani Mukerjea told me she will kill Sheena, Mikhail: Driver Shyamvar

Indrani Mukerjea’s driver Shyamvar Rai who is a witness in the Sheena Bora murder case, deposed in the court on Friday and confessed that Indrani had told him that she would kill Sheena Bora and her step son Mikhail. “I was alone in office at that time, Indrani Madam told me on Skype I am a very

Come up with ideas to replace convocation gowns: Nirmala Sitharaman
Come up with ideas to replace convocation gowns: Nirmala Sitharaman

Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today asked students and faculty of prestigious IIFT to come up with ideas to replace the traditional gowns, worn by them at convocations. She expressed hope that by next convocation, students and faculty of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) would come up with something new. “I am sure that many

HC stays Centre regulation silver leaf standards
HC stays Centre regulation on silver leaf standards

HC stays Centre regulation silver leaf standards. New Delhi, Jul 28 The government’s move to prohibit use of animal origin material in the manufacture of silver leaf that is used as a decoration on sweets was today stayed by the Delhi High Court.A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar