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Love Sonia gets rave reviews at The Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne

MUMBAI: Love Sonia continues it’s winning streak with an opening night at Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne last night. After the success of its premiere in UK, the Melbourne screening received a standing ovation as well. Director Tabrez Noorani was present with his leading ladies Mrunal Thakur, Richa Chadha and Freida Pinto and was lauded for exposing the human trafficking nexus that spans continents.

SLSA holds state legal services camp

CHANDIGARH: Under the aegis of National Legal Service Authority, New Delhi, under the leadership of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Krishna Murari, Chief Justice, High Court of Punjab & Haryana and Patron in Chief of State Legal Services Authority, U.T., Chandigarh and under the able and dynamic guidance of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Surya Kant, Judge, High Court of Punjab and Haryana and Executive Chairman, State Legal Services Authority, U.T. Chandigarh, the State Legal Services Authority organized its Sixth Legal Services Camp on Saturday at Govt. Model Senior Secondary  School, Daddumajra Colony , Chandigarh.

SLSA holds state legal services camp

Under the aegis of National Legal Service Authority, New Delhi, under the leadership of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Krishna Murari, Chief Justice, High Court of Punjab & Haryana and Patron in Chief of State Legal Services Authority, U.T., Chandigarh and under the able and dynamic guidance of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Surya Kant, Judge, High Court of Punjab and Haryana and Executive Chairman, State Legal Services Authority, U.T. Chandigarh, the State Legal Services Authority organized its Sixth Legal Services Camp on Saturday at Govt. Model Senior Secondary  School, Daddumajra Colony , Chandigarh. 

CIC gearing up for 2018 Festival of Faiths

INDIANAPOLIS: Setting up of 34 booths around the fountain and inviting and working with new groups for 2018 Festival of Faiths which is scheduled for October 14 (Sunday) from 1 to 5 p.m at the Veterans Memorial Plaza and Indiana War Memorial were among the various important suggestions discussed in the recent Steering Committee which met under the chairmanship of Muzaffar Ahmad.

Drugs not manufactured in Goa, but trafficking exists: Parrikar

Drugs are not manufactured in Goa, but trafficking activity exists in the coastal state, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Friday.

CCTVs will expose human trafficking: Kejriwal

CCTVs will expose human trafficking in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday, alleging "a complete breakdown of law and order" in the capital.

Punjab Police acts swiftly to nab conduit in human trafficking case of Simranjit

 Acting swiftly on the directives of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, the Punjab Police on Sunday cracked down on the suspects involved in the trafficking of Simranjit Kaur of Tarn Taran to Dubai.

After rebuke by Sushma Swaraj, Punjab Police cracked down on travel agent for human trafficking

AMRITSAR: After rebuke by Union Foreign affiars minister Sushma Swaraj, the Punjab Police swung into action to act against travel agents who were responsible for sending Punjab youth to Saudi Arab and Iraq. Sushma had expressed anguish that those responsible for killing of 31 youth in Iraq are still operating in Punjab.

Phagwara police arrests two travel agents

PHAGWARA:  During a large scale campaign against Human Trafficking launched by Senior Superintendent of the Police Satinder Singh,the Phagwara Police have booked and arrested two fake Travel Agents identified as Bikar Singh resident of Friends Colony Phagwara and Amarjit Singh resident of Village Salarpur under section 420IPC,12 Passport Act and 13 PTPR Act last night.

SAD condemns Khaira for playing opportunistic politics on 1984, drugs and corruption

CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today condemned disgruntled AAP leader Sukhpal Khaira for playing opportunistic politics on 1984, drugs and corruption in a pathetic attempt to remain relevant after being sacked as leader of opposition.

Anti-trafficking bill deficient, refer it to house panel: Tharoor

Senior Congress lawmaker Shashi Tharoor on Thursday said the bill to prevent trafficking, especially of women and children, had "deficiencies" and hence should be referred to a parliamentary standing committee for discussion.

Capt Amarinder moots shortening of border tenures of BSF personnel to check nexus with drug smugglers

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday suggested shortening of the border tenures for the Border Security Force (BSF) to break the alleged nexus between their personnel and drug smugglers in order to check smuggling of narcotics from across the border.

Khuti gang-rape mastermind held in Jharkhand

The mastermind of the gang rape of five women in Khuti district of Jharkhand a month ago was arrested on Sunday in West Singhbhum district along with another accused, police said.

A bag full of award nominations for Love Sonia at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne!

MUMBAI: Along with the festival spree for the team of Love Sonia and Director Tabrez Noorani, it’s raining nominations too. As the team is all set to take the film to Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, Love Sonia is not just opening the festival but also has been nominated in the various award categories including a Best Director nomination for Tabrez Noorani.

CT to provide free education to 15 girl children under "I'm Also Malala" scheme

JALANDHAR: “If you educate a man, you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation."  When girls are educated, the country becomes stronger and more prosperous. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world. Putting efforts to motivate girl education especially from BPL families, CT Public School has stepped forward and entered into its second year of "I'm Also Malala" scheme.

Punjab CM announces free treatment at State-Run centres for poor drug addicts

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday announced free treatment for poor drug addicts at all state-run de-addiction centres, and also ordered the police not to harass addicts or their families in any way.

Punjab Police should engage with ISRO for scientific mapping of crime in Punjab: Bir Devinder Singh

There are reports that UP police have signed an MOU recently with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for crime mapping, with the scientific application of analytics and prognostic systems. As part of the MOU signed with ISRO, Data from UP Police, UP 100 and CCTNS will be made available to the relevant department in ISRO and through analytical software the State Police will be able to map, visualize and create queries and reports about crimes and criminal incidents.

Punjab DGP orders field officers to step up crackdown on gangsters, drug smugglers

Punjab Director General of Police Suresh Arora has issued strict directives to the field officers to step up their crackdown on the activities of gangsters and drug smugglers, making it clear that they would be held accountable for any activity of drugs smuggling in their areas.

Richa heads to London for premiere of 'Love Sonia'

Actress Richa Chadha has jetted off to London for the world premiere of her film "Love Sonia" at the London Indian Film Festival.

Himachal Police to organise half marathon

The Himachal Pradesh Police will organise the eighth half marathon here on June 24 and this event is part of its campaign against drug abuse and illicit trafficking, it was announced on Tuesday.

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