Apr 26

Two Netaji Secret files go missing, says government

New Delhi: Two specific files, including one from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), related to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose are missing, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.He also informed the house that Japan has agreed to declassify two files related to Netaji by end of the year.

Sehajdhari Sikhs protest against SGPC Act amendment bill

Moga: Sehajdhari Sikhs today protested against a bill passed by Parliament which excludes them from voting in the elections to Sikh religious bodies saying it will take a legal action as it prevents 70 lakh community members from exercising their franchise. “We will take a legal recourse as the bill is against our voting rights,”

Seven lakhs looted from elderly couple in Ludhiana BRS Nagar

Ludhiana: Robbers struck an elderly couple living in city’s BRS Nagar here on Tuesday. As per reports, over Rs seven lakhs was looted by the robbers from the couple. Early information reveals that the incident could be the handiwork of the driver employed by the couple.   Police have begun investigating the matter and as

7 MLAs appointed as CPS in Punjab

Chandigarh: Chief Minister of Punjab Prakash Singh Badal appointed 7 MLA’S  Darshan Singh Shivalak,Pargat singh, Manjit Singh Mianwind,  Gurtej Singh Ghudiana, Sukhjit Kaur Sahi and Seema Kumari ,Gurpratap Singh Wadala as CPS.  The appointed CPS includes 5 SAD MLAs Darshan Singh Shivalak,Pargat singh, Manjit Singh Mianwind,  Gurtej Singh Ghudiana,  ,Gurpratap Singh Wadala  and two BJP MLAs

Captain’s photo with Aroosa goes viral

PPCC President Captain Amarinder Singh’s friendship with Pakistani veteran journalist Aroosa Alam is well known and once again their relationship is the talk of the town. A photograph of Captain Amarinder Singh and aroosa got viral on Tuesday after it was learnt that captain Amarinder Singh had reached Chicago after his Canada tour.After the picture

With BJP, 9 Cong MLAs posed as alternative govt: HC told

Nainital: Rejecting the their claim that they were still in the party, the Congress Chief whip today told the Uttarakhand High Court that the nine rebel MLAs had “in one voice” with the BJP legislators told the Governor that the Harish Rawat government was in minority and presented themselves as an alternative regime. The submission

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Five injured in clash in UP

Etah: Five persons were injured in a clashhere in Mitriol village in Nidholi Kalan area following an argument between two youths, police said Tuesday. The incident took place yesterday when Govind and Sanjay got into an argument and attacked each other with lathis. Soon other villagers also got involved in the scuffle, they said. The

7 MLAs appointed as CPS in Punjab

Chandigarh: Chief Minister of Punjab Prakash Singh Badal appointed 7 MLA’S  Darshan Singh Shivalak,Pargat singh, Manjit Singh Mianwind,  Gurtej Singh Ghudiana, Sukhjit Kaur Sahi and Seema Kumari ,Gurpratap Singh Wadala as CPS.  The appointed CPS includes 5 SAD MLAs Darshan Singh Shivalak,Pargat singh, Manjit Singh Mianwind,  Gurtej Singh Ghudiana,  ,Gurpratap Singh Wadala  and two BJP MLAs

SC refuses to hear plea against reappointment of SEBI chief

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea challenging the reappointment of U K Sinha as Chairman of market regulator Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) till 2017, saying there is no bar on it. “We are not inclined to hear this,” a three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice T S

Punjab Police to recruit over 6000 personnel in the present year: Full details here

Chandigarh: Punjab Police recruitment details are as below:   PUNJAB POLICE RECRUITMENT 2016           TOTAL POSTS 6435         MALE CONSTABLE -4000 4000         FEMALE CONSTABLE-2000 2000         SUB INSPECTOR -435 435         QUALIFICATION CONSTABLE: +2 PASS (Candidate do not

Controversy isn’t new to Salman :Katrina on his IOA appointment

Mumbai: Actress Katrina Kaif, taking a friendly jibe at her former boyfriend Salman Khan over the row of his appointment as the goodwill ambassador of Indian Olympic Association, says the superstar is not new to controversies. From ‘chinkara’ poaching allegation in 1998 to 2002 hit-and-run case, Salman has had an unending tryst with controversies. The

Indian-Origin Sikh Appointed Kuala Lumpur Police Chief

HIGHLIGHTS Indian-origin Sikh Amar Singh appointed Kuala Lumpur police chief This is the highest police rank achieved by a Sikh in Malaysia Singh’s family moved to Malaysia from Punjab in 1939 An Indian-origin Sikh officer has been appointed Kuala Lumpur’s commissioner of police – the highest police rank achieved by a Sikh in Malaysia, media

Boy stabbed to death  

Kochi: A 10-year-old boy was Tuesday stabbed to death allegedly by a man here.Police said fifth standard student Christy John was stabbed 17 times allegedly by 40-year-old Aji Devasia, at Pulleppady area. The incident occurred this morning when the boy was returning home after buying milk from a shop in the neighbourhood.Though locals took the

Not given ration for 3 months: Kashmiri Pandit migrants

Jammu: Members of the displaced Kashmiri Pandit community, living in a migrants’ colony here, have accused the state government of not providing them ration for the past three months. “We demand early release of ration quota as the migrant community has been deprived of their ration for the past three months,” said Shadi Lal Pandita,

GIZ to fund forest ecosystem services project in Himachal

Shimla: Forest Minister, Thakur Singh Bharmouri on Monday said that the implementation agreement for Himachal Pradesh Forest Ecosystem Services Management (HPFES) project has been signed between the Government of Federal Republic of Germany (GIZ) and Government of Himachal Pradesh. The total outlay of the project is Rs 38 crore, which is in form of grant

Train services between Lumding and Silchar disrupted

Guwahati: A bogie of the Poorvattar Sampark Kranti Express derailed on Tuesday in Assam, disrupting train services between Lumding and Silchar. There were no casualties, an official said. The incident took place at about 2 a.m. between Mahur and Phiding stations, about 85 km from Lumding, a Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) official said. “All passengers

Hans a disgrace to Dalit Samaj: Thandal

Chandigarh: Cabinet Minister and SAD leader Sohan Singh Thandal said here on Monday that turncoat Congress leader Hans Raj Hans was a disgrace to the Dalit samaj as his conduct had painted an extremely poor picture of the brave and honest Dalit masses in Punjab. “Dalit Samaj never really owned him, despite his getting the

Sunil Jakhar seeks ‘physical verification’ of food grains

Jalandhar: Former CLP leader Sunil Jakhar on Monday said that a delegation of Congress leaders would meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking a ‘physical verification’ of food grains scam in Punjab and demanded a probe by a sitting judge of Punjab and Haryana High Court. Jakhar while referring to the Rs 12,000 crore food grain

SMO Phagwara suspended due to negligence in duty

Chandigarh: Giving a stern message to all the government doctors prescribing medicines to the patients from outside the govt hospitals, Surjit Kumar Jyani, Health and Family Welfare Minister here on Monday suspended the Senior Medical Officer of Sub-divisional Hospital, Phagwara Dr Narinder Singh on account of negligence. The action was followed after the surprise visit