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Ludhiana gang-rape: 3 arrested, sent to police remand

CHANDIGARH: A court in Ludhiana on Wednesday sent three accused in the gang-rape of a 21-year-old woman to seven days' police remand.

Punjab Police arrests 2 accused in Ludhiana gang rape case

LUDHIANA: The Punjab Police has arrested two men who had allegedly gang-raped a 21-year-old college student at Issewal in Ludhiana district. Police officials said on Wednesday that raids were being conducted at various places by different police teams to nab the remaining accused.

Punjab Vigilance nabs ASI for taking bribe Rs. 10,000

PHAGWARA: Punjab Vigilance Bureau, today nabbed an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) posted at NRI Police Station, Kapurthala red handed while accepting bribe of Rs 10,000.

Jalandhar DC, SSP ask company to complete PAP Flyover work before March 31

JALANDHAR: Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar  Varinder Kumar Sharma and Commissioner of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar today asked the company executing the work on PAP flyover to adhere to the deadline and complete the construction work before March 31.

Punjab Vigilance nabs ASI for taking bribe Rs. 7,000

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Vigilance Bureau, today nabbed an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) posted at Anti Fraud Staff Ferozepur red handed while accepting bribe of Rs 7,000.

CBI books its two officials in graft case

 NEW DELHI: The CBI has registered case against two of its officials, a district administration employee of Uttar Pradesh government and some unidentified state police personnel for their alleged involvement in "illegal and corrupt practice" for settling Yamuna Express Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) land scam case.

Manpower shortage hits Haryana’s thermal plants-HPGEA

PANIPAT: The indifferent and callous attitude of Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL) has led to acute shortage of manpower especially the officers’ at the thermal projects of the state, alleged Haryana Power Generation Engineers Association(HPGEA).

Moot Courts Organized at Khalsa College of Law

AMRITSAR: As part of the practical works for students, the Moot Courts were organized at Khalsa College of Law today wherein Inderjit Singh Arri, Secretary Amritsar Bar Association, Deepak Salwan, Amandeep Sharma, R.P. Singh, Sandeep Kapoor, Sukhjinder Singh Chouhan, Geetanjali Korpal and Manmohan Pratap Singh Gill, Senior Advocates at local district courts were the Presiding Officers.

Panjab varsity senate member dies after falling from balcony

CHANDIGARH: A Panjab University (PU) Senate member died on Sunday after falling from the balcony at the guest house inside the campus premises here, police said.

Punjab to launch Universal Healthcare Scheme to benefit 43 lakh families: Brahm Mohindra

JALANDHAR: Health Minister Punjab  Brahm Mohindra today said the Punjab government would soon launch Universal Healthcare scheme under which treatment for 1330 ailments would be provided free of cost to the 43 lakh families from across the state.

Punjab ADGP Samjeev Kalra, Inspector Sandeep Sood gets President's police medals for distinguished services

CHANDIGARH: Sanjeev Kalra ADGP Welfare and Sandeep Sood Inspector Security Wing have been chosen for President’s Police Medal for distinguished services on the occasion of Republic Day 2019. In addition to this, 15 more police officers/officials including AIG Vigilance Bureau Ashish Kapoor, SSP Varinder Singh Brar will get Police Medals for meritorious services.

70% organisations to assist workers with AI by 2021: Gartner

MUMBAI: With virtual personal assistants (VPAs) and other chatbots augmenting human performance in many organisations, about 70 per cent institutions would integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) at workplaces by 2021 to assist their employees, market research firm Gartner said on Thursday.

Phagwara ASP exhorts citizens to follow traffic rules

PHAGWARA: Citizens Rights Forum, Phagwara, organised a ‘Road Safety Seminar’ at Jain Model School here yesterday. Assistant Superintendent of Police, Phagwara, Sandeep Malik urged the residents, including senior citizens, to apprise their wards of the traffic rules.

Himachal govt implements compensation schenme for rape survivors

SHIMLA: The State Cabinet in its meeting held here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur decided to implement compensation scheme for women victims/survivors of sexual assault/other crimes-2018 to provide compensation to the women who had suffered loss, injury, as may be, as a result of the offence committed and thus required rehabilitation.

Trump cancels US delegation to Davos forum due to shutdown

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has cancelled his delegations trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, due to the ongoing partial government shutdown.

Microsoft tests separating Search from Cortana in Windows 10

SAN FRANCISCO:  Microsoft is separating Search and voice assistant Cortana in Windows 10, giving them their own distinct locations on the taskbar.

Punjab Vigilance nabs ASI for taking bribe

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Vigilance Bureau, today nabbed an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) posted at police station Urban Estate Phase-2, Patiala district red handed while accepting bribe of Rs 10,000.

New UN envoy embarks on 1st visit to Syria

DAMASCUS: The newly-appointed UN special envoy to Syria made his first visit to the war-torn country on Tuesday since he assumed the post.

BSF officer killed in Pakistani firing

 JAMMU:  An Assistant Commandant of the Border Security Force (BSF) was killed on Tuesday in Pakistani firing on the international border in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua district.

Indian American White House official leaves Trump administration

WASHINGTON:  Raj Shah, an Indian American spokesman in the White House Press Office, has left President Donald Trump's administration and joined an arm of a Florida-based lobbying firm, officials said.


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