Mar 29

Female Drug Inspector shot dead in Office, killer later commits suicide

DP Correspondent Mohali: A female officer posted in Laboratory of Punjab health department was shot dead in her office in Mohali. The accused pumped in three bullets in victim Neha Suri. Later, the accused committed suicide by shooting self. The Mohali Police claimed that the accused was owner of drug store and few years ago,

India seeks Pakistan’s clarification on Kartarpur corridor

India seeks Pakistan’s clarification on Kartarpur corridor. India on Friday expressed concern and sought clarification from Pakistan on reports that some controversial elements have been appointed by Pakistan to a committee to be associated with the Kartarpur corridor.It also asked Pakistan to clarify its stand on key proposals put forward by India at the last

Ludhiana Airport cries for attention
Ludhiana Airport cries for attention

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana The lone airport in Sahnewal, 15 kilometers from Ludhiana, is crying for the attention of government from the last several years. After every span in time, the Airline companies suspend flights due to lack of infrastructure and passengers interest. Though the flights were operational under the Udaan Scheme of Union Government,

Khalistan activist lands in police net

Kusum Arora Jalandhar The Counter Intelligence Wing and Jalandhar Commissionerate Police on Thursday arrested a wanted extremist belonging to Khalistan Commando Force (KCF) and Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) for the twin blasts, which took place at Jalandhar Bus Stand in 2006. The accused was identified as Amrik Singh alias Manga of Sarih village in Jalandhar

'Sidhu has close relations with ISI and Pakistan': Sukhbir Singh Badal
Sukhbir, Sidhu might lock horns in Ferozepur

Ajay Bhardwaj Chandigarh Could it be Sukhbir vs Sidhu at the Ferozepur Lok Sabha seat this time? Though nothing has yet been finalised either by the Shiromani Akali Dal or the Congress, there are speculations that the Ferozepur Lok Sabha seat might see an intense electoral battle between SAD president Sukhbir Badal and Congress cabinet

2 lakh cash, one thousand dollar robbed after attacking Money Exchanger in Broad Daylight in Ludhiana
2 lakh cash, one thousand dollar robbed after attacking Money Exchanger in Broad Daylight in Ludhiana

Ludhiana : The tall claims of Police for increasing vigil ahead of Elections comes under scanner as around four robbers barged into the office of money exchanger and take away Rs 2 lakh cash and one thousand dollars in a broad daylight of Thursday. The incident happened at main Dugri road at 2.30 Pm. The

Lok Sabha Elections: Only 33 Transgenders enrolled as voters in Ludhiana parliamentary constituency

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana: Only 33 transgender voters from Ludhiana are enrolled in the ‘others’ category in the electoral list for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections scheduled for May 19. As per the election commission of Punjab, 33 transgender voters in the Ludhiana have so far been enrolled — a negligible number compared to the

Ludhiana Waste Compactor Project lying in the waste

SUKHPREET SINGH Ludhiana Being announced by Local Bodies Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu in 2017, the Static Waste Compactor Project aimed at handling sold waste is yet to see the light. Interestingly, out of the proposed 40 static waste compactors, not even a single has been installed yet. Local Bodies Department had sanctioned Rs 40 crore

Two gangsters arrested, one flee after gunfight with Pol
Two gangsters arrested, one flea after gunfight with Police

Ludhiana: Two gangsters having links with Sukha Kahlwan gang were arrested after gunfight with Police in Dehlon area in Ludhiana district on Tuesday late evening. One accomplice of arrested gangster managed to escape from the spot. In a gunfight with Police, a Police Sub Inspector and gangster suffered injuries. Sub-inspector Kripal Singh also sustained injuries

Municipal Corporation asks residents to ensure security gates
MC asks residents to ensure security gates in colonies remain open from 5 am to 10 pm

Ludhiana, March 27 FROM 10 PM TO 5 AM, SECURITY GUARD TO REMAIN PRESENT AT ALL LOCKED SECURITY GATES NO PERSON CAN BE STOPPED FROM USING PUBLIC STREETS: MC COMMISSIONER The Municipal Corporation Ludhiana has asked the residents of all colonies/areas falling under its jurisdiction to ensure that all security gates installed by them should

'Arjun Patiala' release pushed
‘Arjun Patiala’ release pushed

Diljit Dosanjh-starrer “Arjun Patiala”, which was scheduled to release on May 3, will now open in theatres on July 19.The film is co-produced by Bhushan Kumar and Dinesh Vijan under T-Series and Maddock Films. Kumar took to Twitter to share the news.”Laugh riot with new release date coming your way! ‘Arjun Patiala’ to release on

‘Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh’: Gippy Grewal ready to collaborate with Sargun Mehta

Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh: Pollywood industry is having an abundance of breathtaking talent which has taken the punjabi cinema a long way with in a short period of time. Now on the hit list are, Gippy Grewal and Sargun Mehta who are working together on a movie. A fine vocalist Gippy Grewal has turned out into

Fatehgarh Sahib likely to see Battle of equals
Fatehgarh Sahib likely to see Battle of equals

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Fatehgarh Sahib Two former IAS officers may contest elections from Fatehgarh Sahib Reserve Constituency in upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) is set to field Darbara Singh Guru while Dr Amar Singh is likely to contest elections on the Congress ticket.The names of both the leaders are almost final and

Ludhiana sulks on the stinking banks of Buddha Nullah

SUKHPREET SINGH Ludhiana: Buddha Nullah, which was earlier known as Buddha Darya, has not been just an eyesore in Ludhiana city but has also been a serious health hazard to which political representatives from the city have only paid a lip service. For years, election after election, there has only been promises but no action

IT department hold awareness rally in Ludhiana

DP Correspondent Ludhiana: Income tax Department carried out awareness rally in which large number of students of Khalsa College for women participated on Tuesday. IT department officials created the awareness to pay Income Tax for the development of nation. The rally was flagged off by Chief Commissioner of Income Tax BK Jha and Principal Director

Experts discuss latest technical developments in Nephrology, Urology and Kidney Transplant
Experts discuss latest technical developments in Nephrology, Urology and Kidney Transplant

The kidneys are vital organs of the body that perform a number of important functions such as excretion of waste products; regulation of body fluid volume, electrolytes &pH. In addition to this, kidneys secrete a hormone called renin that helps in maintaining blood pressure. These bean shaped organs also secrete a hormone called erythropoietin that

Parmish Verma to release the title track of Dil Diyan Gallan
Parmish Verma to release the title track of Dil Diyan Gallan

Parmish Verma always ready to surprise his fans through his sudden anouncements. So one was made by him yesterday on the occasion of his younger brother’s birthday Sukhan Verma. Parmish not only wished his brother also shared the good news on his instagram account with his fans that he will be announcing something monumental very

Chandigarh Police arrested two under NDPS act

DP Correspondent Chandigarh The Chandigarh Police arrested Pintu Kumar Shah, resident of Guru Nanak Colony, Phase-II, Mohali, Punjab from near light point, backside Bapu Dham Colony, Sector-26, Chandigarh and recovered one kg Ganja from his possession. A case under section 20 NDPS Act has been registered in Sector 26 police station. Investigation of the case

Farmers reach agreement with NHAI on compensation

Harkirat Singh Dera Baba Nanak Decks have finally been cleared for the full fledged construction of the Kartarpur Sahib corridor with the farmers reaching an agreement with the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and expressing their willingness to be compensated at the rate of Rs 34 per acre for their land which will be

SAD MLA Sharanjit Dhillon on hunger strike in protest against Govt over development projects

DP Correspondent Ludhiana: Accusing the Government for becoming hurdle in development, Shiromani Akal Dal MLA from Sahnewal Sharanjit Singh Dhillon started hunger strike from Monday. Dhillon sat on indefinite hunger strike at Rahon road of Sahnewal constituency for not sanctioning funds for sewerage project, road infrastructure and other works. More than one dozen Panchayats of