Jul 04

To protect from sexual abuse, 'good touch -bad touch' training to girls students
To protect from sexual abuse, ‘good touch -bad touch’ training to girls students

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): With the rising incidents of sexual abuse with girl school students, the Punjab Government has started awareness campaign in the Schools across the Punjab. Girls students will be told about the ‘ Good touch’ and ‘ Bad touch’. On the advice of Punjab Women Commission, the Schools’  heads have been directed to hold

Punjab govt. approves in principal to Petrochemical unit with 23,000 cr
Punjab govt. approves in principal to Petrochemical unit with 23,000 cr

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): The Punjab Government has given its approval in principle to set up Bathinda petrochemical unit near Guru Gobind Singh refinery in Bathinda district. Talking to Daily Post, the Industry Minister Sunder Sham Arora told that the project will cost Rs 23,000 crore and will started to produce basic raw material that goes into

Punjab demands Central law for death to drug smugglers, peddlers
Punjab demands Central law for death to drug smugglers, peddlers

Chandigarh – The Punjab government onMonday decided to recommend to the Centre to provide for death penalty for drug peddlers and smugglers. The decision to make the recommendation to the Centre was taken in a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh. The Cabinet also decided to constitute a special Working Group under

Afghan Sikhs, Hindus grieve after suicide attack
Afghan Sikhs, Hindus grieve after suicide attack

JALALABAD: Grief mixed with anger among Afghanistan’s minority Sikh and Hindu community today as they prepared for funerals of loved ones, including an election candidate, killed in a suicide attack. At least 19 people were killed and 21 wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowd of Afghan Sikhs and Hindus waiting

Punjab Govt. decides to dismiss SSP and DSP, dismissal proceedings against tainted officers, too
Punjab Govt. decides to dismiss SSP and DSP, dismissal proceedings against tainted officers, too

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has decided to dismiss such Police officers and employees, who will be founded, indulge in drug provocation. Government has also directed to Home Secretary to initiate dismissal action against SSP Moga and Raj Jit Singh, DSP Daljit Singh (Now suspended) in drug case. Home Secretary has been directed to

Controversial SSP Moga transferred with immediate effect
Controversial SSP Moga transferred with immediate effect

Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has transferred controversial SSP Moga, Raj Jit Singh to Commandant 4 CD to Mohali with immediate effect. He is on Government radar after the link with Inspector Inderjit Singh, who has been arrested by the Special Task Force (STF) in drug case. A day ago a section of media exposed a

Death penalty for drug peddlers a waste of time: Former Punjab DGP
Death penalty for drug peddlers a waste of time: Former Punjab DGP

Death penalty for drug peddlers a waste of time: Former Punjab DGP. Former Director General of Police (DGP) Shashi Kant opined that the recommendation of a death sentence to drug peddlers and smugglers was a “waste of time.” “The current law is quite strong and to amend this law, the central government will take its

DSP among two Punjab Police officials dismissed
DSP among two Punjab Police officials dismissed

DSP among two Punjab Police officials dismissed Chandigarh – Two Punjab police personnel, including Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Daljit Singh Dhillon, have been dismissed from service over serious allegations of pushing women into drugs, a police official said. The dismissal orders of Dhillon, who was posted as DSP Ferozepur, were issued by Chief Minister

Action against drug patronization :Govt decides to dismiss SSP, DSP, tainted officers
Action against drug patronization :Govt decides to dismiss SSP, DSP, tainted officers

Action against drug patronization begins: Govt. decides to dismiss SSP and DSP, dismissal proceedings against tainted officers, too. Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): The Punjab Government has decided to dismiss such Police officers and employees, who will be founded, indulge in drug provocation. Government has also directed to Home Secretary to initiate dismissal action against SSP Moga and

MBD Group Founders' day celebrations starts with CSR activity from Jalandhar
MBD Group Founders’ day celebrations starts with CSR activity from Jalandhar

Jalandhar : Kicking off the week-long corporate social responsibility week under AKM Charitable trust by the MBD Group, as a part of their Founders’ day celebrations on July 10 th, bags were distributed among the students of NCLP special school of Aman Nagar on Monday. MBD group is all set to Celebrate 73 rd birthday

Udta Punjab: Even the change of guard fails to deliver
Udta Punjab: Even the change of guard fails to deliver

“While seeking votes for the Congress party as the chief ministerial face on December 15, 2015, during a massive rally held at Bathinda, Captain Amarinder Singh swore by Gutka Sahib’ (holy book) and Takht Damdama Sahib that he would wipe out the drug menace from the state within four weeks if he took over as

Music producer Deep Jandu blessed with baby boy

Being a parent is one of the greatest feeling and blessings of the life. Just a few hours ago the internet got an overdose of cuteness when Punjabi singer and music producer Deep Jandu shared the news of being blessed with a baby boy. The artist took it to his social media account to share the first picture of junior

Punjab Drug menace: Govt. to take help of 52,000 retired Police personals

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: It will be like mixture of Hindi film Sholey and new film China Town, in which retired Police personnel and former criminals, respectively had been used to tackle crime. The Punjab Government is planning to seek help from 58,000 retired Police personnel from DIG to constable and former drug smugglers to break

SGPC chief GS Longowal calls Jalalabad blast 'deliberate attack'
SGPC chief GS Longowal calls Jalalabad blast ‘deliberate attack’

SGPC chief GS Longowal calls Jalalabad blast ‘deliberate attack’. Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee president GS Longowal on Monday called the ‘barbaric’ suicide bombing in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad city, a ‘deliberate’ attack. Speaking to ANI, Longowal said, “It was a deliberate attack. It’s duty of the respective government to ensure the safety of people.”He also requested the

Patiala pump loot, murder case: Prime accused arrested

Chandigarh – Following a state-wide social media alert, Punjab police has arrested the main accused of the petrol pump loot and double murder incident that took place recently in Patiala. Identified as Lakhandeep Singh @Waris Randhawa, he was arrested by the Counter Intelligence Wing Jalandhar, along with Commissionerate Police Jalandhar, following an alert issued by

TV commercial's beautiful damsel ready to debut in Pollywood
TV commercial’s beautiful damsel ready to debut in Pollywood

The growth of the Punjabi film industry can be mapped from the number of artists who are joining Pollywood from different fields. Earlier the news of various television actresses joining Pollywood was doing the rounds, and now the reports of popular commercial face Anchal Singh all set to make her Punjabi acting debut with the movie ‘Punj

Bargari Sacrilege: Justice Ranjit Singh Commission submits probe report to CM
Bargari Sacrilege: Justice Ranjit Singh Commission submits probe report to CM

Chandigarh – The Justice (retd) Ranjit Singh Commission, constituted to investigate sacrilege cases in the state, on Saturday submitted its final report on the Bargari sacrilege incident and the resulting police firing at Behbal Kalan, as part of its first set of findings. Justice Singh handed over the report in a sealed envelope to Chief

Punjab: Panchayats to earn its own for the development of village
Punjab: Panchayats to earn its own for the development of village

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: Facing with financial crunch, the State Government is preparing a draft for Panchayats to earn their own for the development of village. Sources in the department told that new policy is likely to implement after the election of Gram-Panchayats. At present, the Rural and Panchayat development department is working hard to generate

Drug menace in Punjab can't be uprooted overnight: Rana Gurmit Singh
Drug menace in Punjab can’t be uprooted overnight: Sports minister Rana Gurmit Singh

Drug menace in Punjab can’t be uprooted overnight: Sports minister Rana Gurmit Singh. Punjab sports minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi said eradication of the drug menace in the state is not possible within a short period. “Captain Amarinder Singh had said that he would start the work within four weeks in this direction. Has Captain

Traders warn Govt. with dire consequences in LS election against proposed cess
Traders warn Govt. with dire consequences in LS election against proposed cess

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Traders in the State have decided to raise their protest against the proposed implementation of farmers’ welfare fund. In a draft policy, prepared by the Punjab Farmers’ Commission, 20 per cent cess has been recommended from the commission of traders during crop procurement for the betterment of farming sector. Already annoyed with the