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Punjab finally waking up to decibel danger

CHANDIGARH: Noisy wedding celebrations, high-pitched religious fervour and other ear-splitting nocturnal festivities have become a nightmare for peace-loving citizens of Punjab. Finally, the state's lawmakers and authorities seem to be waking up to the pervasive civic nuisance.

Heavy smoke disrupts services on Delhi Metro's Red Line

Noisy wedding celebrations, high-pitched religious fervour and other ear-splitting nocturnal festivities have become a nightmare for peace-loving citizens of Punjab. Finally, the state's lawmakers and authorities seem to be waking up to the pervasive civic nuisance.

Punjab finally waking up to decibel danger

 Noisy wedding celebrations, high-pitched religious fervour and other ear-splitting nocturnal festivities have become a nightmare for peace-loving citizens of Punjab. Finally, the state's lawmakers and authorities seem to be waking up to the pervasive civic nuisance.

Jalandhar man, mother booked in dowry case on complaint of Phagwara girl

PHAGWARA: On a complaint lodged by Phagwara resident Ridhima the Phagwara police have registered case under section 498A/406 IPC against her Jalandhar resident husband Rajeev Chauhan and his mother Urmila Chauhan on the charges of domestic violence ie torturing her physically and mentally to fulfil their demands of Rs 40 Lac.

Punjab govt releases Rs 112.78 crore under 'Aashirwad' scheme : Sadhu Singh Dharamsot

 The Punjab Government has released the amount of Rs. 112.78 crore under 'Aashirwad' scheme which is given at the time of the marriage of girls belonging to Scheduled Castes/Backward Classes families.

Sportswoman accuses Karnataka doctor of rape, probe on

A prominent international level sportswoman from Maharashtra has accused a Karnataka doctor of raping her for two years, police said.

Probe Punjab pilgrim's conversion in Pakistan: VHP

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Friday demanded a probe into a Punjab woman pilgrim's conversion to Islam and re-marriage with a Lahore-based Pakistani national.

Punjab Sikh woman pilgrim converts to Islam, remarries in Pakistan

A Sikh woman pilgrim from Hoshiarpur district has reportedly converted to Islam and married a Lahore-based Pakistan national, reports reaching her family in Punjab have indicated.

2 women held for kidnapping infant

Two women have been arrested from adjoining Ghaziabad for kidnapping a one-month-old baby girl from a hospital here, police said on Wednesday.

Newly married girl dies under mysterious circumstances, in-laws family booked

PHAGWARA:  After the mysterious death of a Young newly married Woman Inderjit Kaur in her-in-laws house at Phagwara on Saturday,on a complaint lodged by Nakodar resident Smt Baljit Kaur(the mother of the deceased) the phagwara police have registered case under section 304B/34 IPC against  Sahibjada Ajit Singh Nagar Phagwara residents Harjinder Singh(husband of the deceased),his father Harbhghan Singh,mother Jaswinder Kaur,sisters Avinash Kaur and Harpreet Kaur, on the charges of dowry death.

SAD asks Manpreet Badal and Jojo to apologize for degrading the dalit community

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today asked finance minister Manpreet Badal and his brother in law Jaijeet ‘Jojo’ Johal to immediately apologize for degrading the Dalit community failing which community members would ‘gherao’ them to effect this apology.

YouTube shooter visited gun range before attack: Police

The woman who opened fire at YouTube headquarters in California over the video sharing platform's "discriminatory" treatment to her postings, practiced shooting at a gun range hours before the attack, police said.

PUCA urges Centre Government to release more funds in Post Matric Scholarship

MOHALI: Punjab Unaided Colleges Association has urged centre government to release pending post matric scholarship funds to Punjab at the earliest.

Slew of changes start paying dividend to Chandigarh State Legal Services Authority

 State Legal Services Authority (SLSA), Chandigarh set up two decades ago to provide free legal services to the poor or those who are not bale to afford costly justice, has taken on an unprecedented scale to reach the last man in the street. It is depicted by the swelling number of beneficiaries. From a measly 87 in 1999 to masterly 12,072 up to the end-February, 2018 the numbers of beneficiaries of the Authority continue to swell by day.

Supreme Court rules against Khap panchayat's interference in marriages

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said any interference by the Khap panchayats to scuttle marriage between two consenting adults is illegal.

Supreme Court rules against Khap panchayat's interference in marriages

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said any interference by the Khap panchayats to scuttle marriage between two consenting adults is illegal.

Hindus urge Prince Harry & Meghan to visit Hindu temple after wedding to seek blessings

Since both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry now reportedly practice yoga, Hindus are urging them to visit a Hindu temple to seek blessings sometime after their May 19 marriage at St. George's Chapel.

Sasikala's husband Natarajan dead

Expelled and now jailed AIADMK leader V.K. Sasikala's husband M. Natarajan died on Tuesday at a private hospital here. He was 74.

AAP moves private bill for controlling wedding expenses

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has moved a private members bill in the forthcoming Budget Session of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha to limit wedding expenses in the State.

Provincial assembly in Pakistan passes bill to regulate Sikh marriages

LAHORE: The Punjab Assembly in Pakistan on Wednesday unanimously passed the 'Punjab Sikhs Anand Karaj Marriages Act 2017', a legislation that will provide legal status to Sikh marriages in the province.

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