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'Jallianwala Bagh massacre was preceded by reign of terror by the British'

CHANDIGARH: As the country gears up to observe the 100th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre of innocent, unarmed Indians by ruthless British forces, the events before and after the April 13, 1919, killing of hundreds clearly indicate that the British rulers of that time were unnerved by the unrest in Punjab in general and Amritsar in particular, which led them to do something which could "teach a lesson" to the Indians.

Jalandhar Police arrests absconding gangster Baba, wanted in murder case

JALANDHAR: Gurwinder Singh alias Baba, involved in the murder case of Ajay Kumar Dona, a resident of Balmiki Mohalla, Dakoha, on July 27 this year, was arrested in a joint operation by carried out by Counter-Intelligence wing Jalandhar and Commissionerate Police.

Russian ex-policeman gets second life term for 56 murders

MOSCOW: A Russian court on Monday sentenced a former policeman, described as the country's "most prolific mass murderer in modern time", to a second life imprisonment for committing 56 murders, while he is already serving one for killing 22 women, the media reported.

Germany battle past Malaysia to win Pool D and reach quarter-finals and

BHUBANESWAR (ODISHA): The pool phase of the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 has come to an end, with Germany confirming themselves as the winners of Pool D while second placed Netherlands and third placed Pakistan reached the cross-over play-offs on Competition Day 12 in the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018. Sadly, it proved to be the end of the line for Malaysia, whose fourth-place finish in Pool D resulted in their elimination from the event, reports FIH.

Punjab CM sees bigger conspiracy of Pak army in Kartarpur Sahib corridor

Capt Amarinder targets Navjot Sidhu, "he shoots before he thinks'
CHANDIGARH: Citing the fact that Pakistan Army General Qamar Javed Bajwa had broken the news of opening the Kartarpur Corridor to Navjot Singh Sidhu even before Imran Khan was sworn in as their prime minister; Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has dubbed the whole affair as a bigger conspiracy hatched by the Pak army.

Northern Army commander visits Sainik School Kapurthala

JALANDHAR: Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C) Northern Command visited Sainik School, Kapurthala on  08th Dec 2018. The Army Commander, an alumni of the School was received by Brig D Palsokar, Station Commander and the Principal, Colonel Vikas Mohan.  He was thereafter, given a guard of honour by a contingent led by the school Captain. He also placed a wreath at the school war memorial.  Lt Gen Ranbir Singh is the first  student form the school to have risen to become an Army Commander in the Indian Army.

Shubhankar Sharma clinches 2018 Asian Tour Order of Merit title

NEW DELHI: Shubhankar Sharma of India is the new Asia No. 1. The 22-year-old Shubhankar emerged as the 2018 Asian Tour Order of Merit champion following a dream season in Asia which saw him achieve many milestones and rewrite many Indian records.

Seeking apology for past mistakes Badal family's biggest ever political drama-Bhagwant Mann

CHANDIGARH: The Aam Aadmi Party member of parliament from Sangrur, Bhagwant Mann on Saturday lashed out at Badals for again trying to befool people of state by creating drama of seeking apology for their past mistakes. Mann called the move of Badals to visit Sri Darbar Sahib and perform seva as their biggest ever political drama.

Chandigarh will achieve Malaria-free target 2020, Dr UJS Gill

CHANDIGARH: From open defecation free (ODF) city, Chandigarh seems to be all set to hold malaria by its horn which is a major health problem.   Malaria despite being curable has become a great worry for the city and lays bare infirmities of healthcare.  The number of malaria cases in the city rose to 440.

Bulandshahr violence: SSP, two police officials transferred

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government on Saturday transferred Bulandshahr Senior Superintendent of Police Krishna Bahadur Singh and attached him to the office of the Director General of Police here, a Home Department official said on Saturday.

Chandigarh prepares to tackle malaria, 440 cases highest in seven years reported

CHANDIGARH: From open defecation free (ODF) city, Chandigarh seems to be all set to hold malaria by its horn which is a major health problem.   Malaria despite being curable has become a great worry for the city and lays bare infirmities of healthcare.  The number of malaria cases in the city rose to 440. This is more than the number of malaria cases reported during the past seven years. The Chandigarh Administration has set the target to achieve malaria-free city by 2020. 

Chandigarh prepares to tackle malaria, 440 cases highest in seven years reported

CHANDIGARH: From open defecation free (ODF) city, Chandigarh seems to be all set to hold malaria by its horn which is a major health problem.   Malaria despite being curable has become a great worry for the city and lays bare infirmities of healthcare.  The number of malaria cases in the city rose to 440. This is more than the number of malaria cases reported during the past seven years. The Chandigarh Administration has set the target to achieve malaria-free city by 2020. 

Two Punjab Police officials killed in accident

CHANDIGARH: Two Punjab Police officials were killed and two others were injured when their car collided with a truck in Punjab's Barnala district, police said on Friday.

HP CM Inaugurates Lift from Cart Road to The Mall Shimla

SHIMLA: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today inaugurated Lift from the Cart Road to The Mall Shimla to facilitate the general public and tourists. This lift has been constructed by spending an amount of Rs. 6.20 crore.

300 kg Spurious Ghee with Fake holograms and Agmark certification seized in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: Once again fulfilling the commitment to provide healthy and safe food to the people of Punjab, CIA and the Food Safety teams seized spurious ghee in the State.

BJP chief vows to take out Bengal Rath Yatra 'democratically'

NEW DELHI: Hours after the Kolkata High Court declined permission to the BJP from holding a 'Rath Yatra' in West Bengal, party chief Amit Shah on Friday vowed to hold the procession democratically after the court permits it.

‘Bald’ killer on the run for 3 years gets hair transplant for a new look, caught by cops

NEW DELHI: A fortnight after he got a hair transplant to help him change his appearance, a convicted killer on the run for the last three years was arrested from west Delhi’s Dwarka on Thursday, police said.

2 killed in UP accident

LUCKNOW: Two people were killed on Friday in Uttar Pradesh's Jaunpur district of when the car they were travelling in fell into a roadside ditch, police said.

Sealing drive against polluting units in outer Delhi areas on Friday-Saturday

NEW DELHI: The North Delhi Municipal Corporation has planned an intensive sealing drive against polluting units in outer Delhi’s Tikri, Mundka and Nangloi on Friday and Saturday. Officials said action will be taken without serving any showcause notice to these units which are running illegally from non-conforming areas.

Third day of INSPIRE camp at KMV

JALANDHAR: On the third day of the ninth 5-day INSPIRE camp at Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, the Heritage and Autonomous Institution, Jalandhar participants learnt the nuances of Physics. The day started with the talk of Dr. Arvind Dhillon, IISER, Mohali. In his discourse he explained the universality of sciences in a very interesting way. He also gave a vast knowledge about the three pillars of science : Logics, observations and community. Further he enlightened the students about big bang theory and the four fundamental forces that exist in nature. He ended up his lecture by motivating the students to be curious about the origin of Sciences.

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