Agriculture Policy for Punjab is ready, suggests relieves and responsibilities
Agriculture Policy for Punjab is ready, suggests relieves and responsibilities


Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga) – The Punjab Government is going to introduce its comprehensive Agriculture policy. Sources told that 18 pages policy draft suggests crop insurance, coordination between various departments related to farming sector and rural area, amendments in cooperative sector, crop diversification besides waive off the institutional loan of such farmers, who committed suicide as well

High Commands’ action on Cabinet expansion, two member’s committee to study High Commands’ action on Cabinet expansion, two member’s committee to study

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): The controversy does not seem ending of Punjab Cabinet expansion as the Congress President Rahul Gandhi has constitute a two members committee of Ashok Gehlot and Mallikarjun Kharge to look into the matter about the impact due to the ignorance of Dalit leaders and to submit the report as soon as possible. Talking

 Prisoners congratulate Jail Minister on mobile, inquiry mark Prisoners congratulate Jail Minister on mobile, inquiry mark

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga):  Although the Jail Staff of Punjab is busy to capture mobile phones from inmates as it is illegal, but look at the courage of two inmates, who congratulated Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa to be nominated as Jail Minister, from the Kapurthala Jail. Endorsing it, Minister Randhawa told to selected Journalists that he was shocked

Khalistani traps jobless Punjabi immigrants in Canada Khalistani traps jobless Punjabi immigrants in Canada

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Khalistani and ISIS has been trapping Punjabi immigrants especially students in Canada. Former President of Indian Overseas Congress and President of Indus Canada Foundation, Vikram JS Bajwa revealed that thousands of students have been going to abroad, but there is no such record with the Government of India or Punjab. He said that

Captain appoints Sidhu's wife as Warehousing Corp chairperson Captain appoints Sidhu’s wife as Warehousing Corp chairperson

Chandigarh – At a time when the Congress MLAs in Punjab are tendering their resignations from party positions as their claims for ministerial berths have been rejected with impunity, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday appointed Local Bodies’ Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu’s wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu as director-chairperson of Punjab Warehousing Corporation.The Chief Minister handed over the appointment

Complete shutdown in Phagwara over renaming of chowk
Complete shutdown in Phagwara over renaming of chowk

Phagwara – Activists of General Samaj Manch (GSM) on Wednesday continued their dharna near Gandhi Chowk on PhagwaraBanga road for the second day to protest the renaming of the city’s ‘Gol Chowk’as ‘Samvidhan (Constitution) Chowk’. BJP MLA Som Parkash, SAD-BJP councillors as well as some Dalit councillors joined the agitation on Wednesday.  They demanded that the chowk

Last Sikh Queen's earrings fetch nearly 6 times auction estimate
Last Sikh Queen’s earrings fetch nearly 6 times auction estimate

LONDON: A pair of gold pendant earrings from the collection of last Sikh Queen of Punjab Maharani Jind Kaur fetched 175,000 pounds, nearly six times the guide price, at an auction here. The earrings, the highlight of the Islamic and Indian sale at Bonhams yesterday, were estimated to attract bids between 20,000 and 30,000 pounds.

British Sikh MP launches campaign for direct Amritsar-London flights
British Sikh MP launches campaign for direct Amritsar-London flights

LONDON: Britain’s first turbaned Sikh MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, along with two NGOs, has started a campaign for the launch of a direct flight between London and Amritsar, a long pending demand of the British-Punjabi diaspora. The Labour party MP for Slough joined hands with the UK-based NGO, Social Education Volunteer Association (SEVA) Trust and

24-year-old 'Missing’ Indian Sikh sent back to India
24-year-old ‘Missing’ Indian Sikh sent back to India

24-year-old ‘Missing’ Indian Sikh sent back to India. A 24-year-old Indian Sikh, who had gone missing in Pakistan during Baisakhi festival celebrations, was found from his Facebook friend’s home in Punjab province’s Sheikhupura city. Amarjit Singh, a resident of Amritsar, had arrived in Pakistan along with other 1,700 Sikh pilgrims to celebrate Baisakhi festival on

To review Sport Policy is my priority- Sports Minister Rana Sodhi 
To review Sport Policy is my priority- Sports Minister Rana Sodhi 

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Belongs to the descendants of seven Sikh Guru, out of ten, Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi has been inducted as Cabinet Minister, Punjab. Consecutive four times MLA from Guru Har Sahai, Rana has been designated with Sports and Youth Affairs department as it was his own choice. He is known close to CM Amrinder

Girls outshine boys, Ludhiana's Puja tops with 98 pc marks
Girls outshine boys, Ludhiana’s Puja tops with 98 pc marks

Mohali/Ludhiana – Puja Joshi of Ludhiana topped the Class XII examination of Punjab State Examination Board (PSEB), which was declared on Monday. The second position was also se cured by Teja Singh, who secured 97.55 per cent marks, while the third position went to Jasnoor Kaur of Muktsar with 97.33 per cent marks. Puja Joshi, Vivek Rajput

MHA move on DSP cadre violates Parliamentary resolution: Sukhbir
MHA move on DSP cadre violates Parliamentary resolution: Sukhbir

Chandigarh – Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president and former Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Monday lashed out at the reported move of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to merge the DSP cadre of the Chandigarh Police with the police officers of all Union Territories, including the Delhi Police. Rubbishing the move

PSEB Class XII Result: Malwa shines and Majha stands gloomy
PSEB Class XII Result: Malwa shines and Majha stands gloomy

Bathinda – Generally referred to as the natives of ‘backward’ region of the state, students of Malwa on Monday made all acknowledge their talent. Apart from the overall top three ranks bagged by the students of the region, they also made Malwa stand tall in the district wise overall pass percentage result of the Class XII of

Punjab School Education Board declares Class 12 result

Punjab School Education Board declares Class 12 result. PSEB declared Class 12 result today in which Pooja Joshi of Ludhiana scored 98% marks and announced first , Vivek Rajput (also from Ludhiana) in the second position with 97.55% marks and Jasnoor Kaur of Muktsar in the third position with 97.33% marks.Rahul Singh of Ludhiana’s Teja

Captain's Cabinet expansion: Not that blissful event
Captain’s Cabinet expansion: Not that blissful event

It was all impeccably arranged at Punjab Raj Bhawan on Saturday Levening as Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s Council of Ministers was about to see nine new faces with two of the previous fellows also getting elevated to the Cabinet rank but the expected joy in the air was virtually missing. Reason: Three Congress MLAs, namely,

Pak cricketer trolled for heckling soldiers at Wagah
Pak cricketer trolled for heckling soldiers at Wagah

New Delhi/Amritsar – Pakistani cricketer Hasan Ali was trolled on social media after a video showed him heckling Indian soldiers at the Attari-Wagah border Sunday. The undated video, which circulated on social media and was picked up by several news organisations, showed Ali flexing his muscles at Indian soldiers not pictured in the video-amid hoots and

Punjab govt. releases 112 crore under Ashirwad scheme
Punjab govt. releases 112 crore under Ashirwad scheme

CHANDIGARH: Punjab govt has released the amount of Rs 112.78 crore under Aashirwad scheme which is given at the time of the marriage of girls belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes families. Disclosing this here on Sunday, Welfare Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot said that the state government has released the amount of one

Amritsar man on pilgrimage to Pak fails to return home
Amritsar man on pilgrimage to Pak fails to return home

Amritsar – An Indian national, who had gone to Pakistan on a 10-day pilgrimage as part of the Sikh Jatha on April 12, has failed to return home, police said on Sunday. The Sikh Jatha returned home on Saturday but 24-yearold Amarjit Singh, a resident of village Niranjanpura in Amrtisar district, was not part of it.“The

No unfairness in selection of new ministers: Captain
No unfairness in selection of new ministers: Captain

Chandigarh – Denying any unfairness’ in the selection of the new Cabinet ministers, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday said adequate representation had been given to all sections and regions, with seniority the key criteria. There were no “swollen faces ” in the party, as the media chose to call them, said the Chief Minister, responding

Turban integral part of Sikhism: Sukhbir
Turban integral part of Sikhism: Sukhbir

Chandigarh – Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Friday said the turban was an integral part of Sikhism and that the party would take up the query raised on this issue by the Supreme Court with the central government to ensure this issue was resolved once and for all. In a statement