Feb 11

Punjab Diary cop journey thorns
Punjab Diary: Top cop’s journey full of thorns

AFTER CHECKING THE INFIGHTING IN HIS DEPARTMENT, THE DGP WILL HAVE TO BOOST THE MORALE OF CADRE TO FIGHT WITH TERROR MODULES, WITH ALSO IDENTIFYING THE SHEEP STAINING UNIFORM TO RESTORE THE FAITH OF MASSES. Punjab, in the name of 1987-batch IPS officer Dinkar Gupta, has got one of the youngest DGPs in the country,

1986 Nakodar AAP Vidhan Sabha
1986 Nakodar Sacrilege Incident: AAP to raise issue in Vidhan Sabha

SIKH BODIES DEMAND MAKING PUBLIC JUSTICE GURNAM SINGH COMMISSION REPORT KUSUM ARORA (Nakodar) Jalandhar 33 years after the Nakodar sacrilege incident, which claimed the lives of four Sikh youth, various Sikh religious bodies and political leaders on Sunday demanded that the chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh should make Justice Gurnam Singh Inquiry Commission report public

Punjab signs MoU to check stubble burning
Punjab signs MoU to check stubble burning

Punjab signs MoU to check stubble burning. In a bid to check stubble burning and boost the renewable energy sector in the state, the Punjab government on Monday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Virgo Corporation for a Rs 630-crore bio-fuel project.Technology will be provided for the project by the US tech-giant Honeywell International.”Virgo

Woman gang-raped by 12 near Ludhiana, police conduct raids
Woman gang-raped by 12 near Ludhiana, police conduct raids

Woman gang-raped by 12 near Ludhiana, police conduct raids. The Punjab Police on Monday conducted raids at various places in Ludhiana district after a young woman alleged she was gang-raped by 12 men at a farmhouse near Jagraon town after she and her male friend were attacked and abducted.No arrests have been made so far.The

Patiala cop injure teachers
In Patiala: 11, including cop, injured during teachers’ protest

HIGHLIGHT The protesters were demonstrating against the regularisation policy for 8,886 teachers of Adarsh schools, SSA and RMSA. DP CORRESPONDENT Patiala Ten people were injured on Sunday as police lathicharged a group of teachers that was marching towards Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s residence to protest against conditions for their regularisation, police said. A superintendent

Farmers on Indo-Pak border want to mend fences
Farmers on Indo-Pak border want to mend fences

Barbed wire fencing was supposed to be erected at a distance from zero line HARKIRAT SINGH Amritsar The barbed wire fence that came up along the 553-km Indo-Pakistan border primarily for checking infiltration of terrorists and flow of weapons and explosive material, was supposed to be erected at a distance of 50 to 100 metres

Drugs Punjab Jails extortion
Drugs, extortions in Punjab jails

HIGHLIGHTS Recovery of mobile phones, drugs is a routine affair in Punjab jails In many cases, jail staff were accused of extorting money from inmates An inmate of Patiala Jail, Brajesh Thakur has accused gangsters of extorting money from him and thrashing him in connivance with jail officials IG Kunwar Partap Singh has started investigation

Rohanpreet Singh ready to drop his next romantic song

Rohanpreet Singh ready to drop his next romantic song. The Punjabi music industry is blessed with full of talent. One of the rising singer is RohanPreet Singh. Back in the year 2018, he dropped two single tracks which were titled as Taqleef and Pehli Mulakaat. Both the tracks received immense love from the audiences and

No AAP leader from Ludhiana in race for ticket
No AAP leader from Ludhiana in race for ticket

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana Though only two months were left for Lok Sabha elections but no Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader from Ludhiana has desired to contest elections from Party ticket. Facing difficult to find candidate for Ludhiana Lok Sabha seat, Aam Aadmi Party is likely to field Aman Arora from Ludhiana for Lok Sabha

Phagwara tense after Shiv Sena activists and Balmikis clash

Kusum Arora Phagwara A day after the clash, the Kapurthala police Saturday lodged FIR against the activists of both Shiv Sena and Balmiki community leaders in Phagwara, who indulged in a fight late on Friday night. SSP Kapurthala Satinder Singh led a team of district police, which was deployed at key locations in Phagwara to

Health Ministry sends 2 teams to Gujarat, Punjab to assist states in containing swine flu

In view of rising cases of swine flu and deaths due to the disease in Gujarat and Punjab, the Union Health Ministry has sent two teams to assess the situation and assist the states in strengthening their response mechanism to contain the ailment.Fifty-four deaths and 1,187 cases were reported in Gujarat till February 7, while

Congress winning horses
Jalandhar Lok Sabha Seat: Congress set to ‘bet’ on winning horses

HIGHLIGHTS Apart from the MLAs, sitting Jalandhar MP Santokh Singh Chaudhary was seeking ticket for a second time from Jalandhar. Among the race of Ravidassia leaders from Doaba was Joginder Singh Mann, a prominent Valmiki leader who applied for a ticket from Hoshiarpur and Faridkot constituencies MLA Sushil Rinku from Jalandhar West constituency said that

Upcoming film 'Kala Shah Kala' team visits Golden Temple
Upcoming film ‘Kala Shah Kala’ team visits Golden Temple

Binnu Dhillon and Sargun Mehta are coming with their new film ‘Kala Shah Kala’ . The trailer of this movie has been out and it has more than 5 million views. On Friday the film star cast visited Golden Temple for divine blessings. Written and directed by Amarjit Singh, the film stars Sargun Mehta, Binnu

Bargari justice Maur blast victims
‘Bargari-like’ agitation for justice to Maur blast victims

DP CORRESPONDENT Bathinda Victim families of Maur bomb blast, which took place on January 31, 2017, supported by the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar), on Friday issued an ultimatum to the state government to arrest all culprits by March 8, otherwise, they would launch a ‘Bargari-like agitation’. They declared that the complete strategy would be chalked

Sikh American Gurinder Khalsa politics
Eminent Sikh American Gurinder Khalsa announces entry into politics

HIGHLIGHTS After receiving the prestigious Rosa Parks Trailblazer Award, eminent Indian American Sikh Gurinder Sikh Khalsa has decided to enter electoral politics ‘I want to be a part of giving back through public service’ Khalsa was chosen to receive the prestigious Rosa Parks Trailblazer award because of his courage and integrity displayed in May of

Chinese New Year food festival at RED restaurant in Radisson Blu Hotel MBD Ludhiana till February 13 th

Ludhiana: “Gong hei fat choy!” (Wishing you great happiness and prosperity) with Chinese New Year. Here is the chance to celebrate the New Year in 2019 at Rare Eastern Dining (RED) restaurant at Radisson Blu Hotel MBD Ludhiana. The hotel is celebrating Chinese New year with food festival offering oriental dishes and drinks from the

Bathinda Badal Lok Sabha Polls
Lok Sabha Polls: Bathinda likely to see Badal versus Badal

DP CORRESPONDENT Bathinda Though the Shiromani Akali Dal as well as the Congress party is yet to take the call, eager voters of Bathinda parliament constituency have already started smelling a fierce contest between Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Manpreet Singh Badal for a second consecutive time in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. And if things

Nimrat Khaira wins hearts with her song ‘Tohar’

After winning the title of ‘Voice of Punjab’ Nimrat Khaira has won millions of hearts with her singing and acting skills. Last year the singer gave numerous hits like ‘Brobar Boli’, ‘Ranihaar’ and ‘Sacha Jhootha’ and now once again she gives new hit ‘Tohar’. The video is full of love, Nimrat has left everyone stunn

cancer patients Seechewal free treatment
Rising cancer patients, Seechewal demands free treatment

KUSUM ARORA Jalandhar National Green Tribunal (NGT)’s monitoring committee member and renowned environmentalist Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal Thursday apprised Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Punjab Government Satish Chandra to provide free cancer treatment to people who were affected due to polluted river waters in the state. Baba Seechewal said that there was an alarming increase in

Dinkar Gupta Punjab DGP
Dinkar Gupta is new Punjab Director General of Police

He supercedes five officers to get the coveted post RUMOURS AGOG THAT MD. MUSTAFA, DG MIGHT MOVE COURT AGAINST DINKAR’S ELEVATION DP BUREAU Chandigarh Dinkar Gupta, a 1987 batch officer of the IPS, was on Thursday appointed as the Director General of the Punjab Police. He succeeds Suresh Arora, who had been on an extension