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CID personnel, teacher arrested for drug trade in Jalandhar

The accused identified as Pavitar Singh, from Mehandipur village was an employee of the Punjab police and had been working in the CID wing for the past 15 years.

After Punjab, drug menace hits valley

Jammu and Kashmir police have seized large consignments of drugs and intoxicants in different parts of the valley in 2016

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News video: Caught on cam: Traffic cop caught taking bribe by Manpreet Badal

Caught on cam: Traffic cop caught taking bribe by Manpreet Badal 01:26

Khanna (Punjab), Mar 24 (ANI): A traffic constable was caught accepting bribe on camera by Punjab's Finance Minister Manpreet Badal in Khanna district on Thursday. The minister, who was travelling..
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News video: Badrinath Ki Dulhania Alia Bhatt Launches Her Life Sim Experiential Game

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Watch Badrinath Ki Dulhania Alia Bhatt at the launch of her own Life Sim Experiential Game with comedian Rohan Joshi.
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News video: Aged 21 And Only 23 Inches Tall: BORN DIFFERENT

Aged 21 And Only 23 Inches Tall: BORN DIFFERENT 02:41

A MAN who is only 23 INCHES TALL and weighs 15lbs is being worshipped as the reincarnation of a Hindu god. Manpreet Singh is 21-years-old and is the same height and weight as a six month old baby and..
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News video: Wife absconding, Husband's dead body found in Briefcase in BMW car

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In Mohali of Chandigarh, Husband's dead body found in Briefcase in BMW car, wife absconding...
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News video: Meet the farmer, who owns 'Swaran Shatabdi’ train

Meet the farmer, who owns 'Swaran Shatabdi’ train 02:12

Ludhiana (Punjab), Mar 18 (ANI): Sampuran Singh, a farmer based in Katana village of Ludhiana, became the temporary owner of the train ‘Swaran Shatabdi’ after the Northern Railways failed..
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AAP's Arvind Kejriwal criticises BJP ahead of Delhi polls

aap's arvind kejriwal criticises bjp ahead of delhi polls
Seemingly unnerved by BJP's victories and its own big losses in UP, Punjab and Goa recently, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is now re-focusing on its original kingdom - Delhi - ahead of the polls on April..
MailOnline India

Property tax will go if voted to power; promises Arvind Kejriwal

Ahead of the municipal polls, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal promised abolishing house tax, if the Aam Aadmi party was voted to power, on Saturday. This was not the only big promise. The Aam Admi..

AAP more corrupt than Congress, says Amit Shah

As political parties gear up for the upcoming municipal polls, BJP chief Amit Shah, riding on the victory wave in five state elections, launched the party's campaign from central Delhi's Ramlila Maidan..

AAP writes to EC over 'EVM tampering' in Punjab

IndiaTimes Also reported by •DNA

EVM tampering row: AAP writes to Election Commission, demands verification of paper trail in Punjab

The AAP said that there is clear and irrefutable evidence of manipulation of results at polling booths in the Punjab Assembly Election.
India Today Also reported by •DNAANI News

Punjab CM calls meeting to review prison security in view of Gurdaspur violence

In Punjab, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, taking a serious view of the violence in Gurdaspur central jail, has convened a high-level meeting of police and home department officials next week...
All India Radio

Need to defend universities as free spaces: Vice President

need to defend universities as free spaces: vice president
Vice President Hamid Ansari has called for defending universities as free spaces, as independent critical repositories of knowledge.Delivering the 66th Convocational Address at the Punjab University in..
All India Radio Also reported by •ANI News

'Akalis' spiteful attacks against Punjab govt show panic'

A government spokesperson debunked the latest statements of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leaders, led by former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, as a sign of their total frustration at their shocking..

Punjab SHOCKER! Three years on, teenage nurse raped again by same two accused in Ludhiana

An 18-year-old girl, working as a nurse at a private nursing home here, was allegedly raped by two persons, who were also accused of raping her in another case three years back but were given a "clean..
Zee News

BJP kickstarts campaign in Delhi

The BJP has taken a plunge for the next big challenge in Delhi where civic elections in April are giving saffron corporators jitters as they face huge anti-incumbency and performance issues. BJP..
Deccan Herald

Meet BSF's first woman combat officer in 51 years

Twenty-five-year-old Tanushree Pareek will now be posted to command a unit along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab.

Gurdaspur jail clash: CM calls review meet for security of

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today took a strong note of the Gurdaspur central jail violence yesterday and called a high-level meeting next week to review security in the state's prisons.

In his preliminary report on the Gurdaspur incident,

Punjab Home Secretary N S Kalsi said the situation was resolved after police's intervention on the intervening night of March 24 and 25.

Akali MP wants extra sessions of Parliament

At a time when lawmakers are capturing headlines for the wrong reasons, a senior Akali Dal MP wants to restore the dignity of Parliament by working harder. Naresh Gujral (68), the Rajya Sabha MP from..
Deccan Herald

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