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Shiromani Akali Dal (Taksali) formed by rebels with Ranjit Singh Brahmpura its president

AMRITSAR: The rebel Akali Dal leaders today formed Shiromani Akali Dal(Taksali) and unanimously elected Ranjit Singh Brahmpura as its president. An announcement in this regards was made at Akal Takht where thousands of SAD workers had assembled to support the rebels.

President, PM remember soldiers killed in 1971 war

NEW DELHI: On the occasion of Vijay Diwas, President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday remembered soldiers of the Indian Armed Forces who lost their lives during the 1971 India-Pakistan War.

Separatist shutdown paralyses life in Kashmir Valley

SRINAGAR: A shutdown called by separatists on Sunday to protest the civilian killings a day before in Pulwama district, has paralysed life across the Kashmir Valley.

Three killed in different mishaps in Phagwara

PHAGWARA: Three Persons were killed in three different mishaps in Phagwara during last twenty four hours.

Canadian immigration minister meets Punjab Technical Education minister to streamline migration

CHANDIGARH: Minister (Migration), Govt. of Canada  Christopher Kerr visited Punjab with an aim to regulate movement of youth to Canada especially Punjabi youngsters, who want to embark study abroad. Kerr, who is looking after Migration affairs of India, Nepal and Bhutan was accompanied by Mr. Rahul Sharma, Managing Director, Govt. of Alberta. The Canadian delegation met Punjab Technical Education and Industrial Training and Employment Generation Minister Charanjit Singh Channi to streamline immigration.

Killings of innocent civilians by forces in Pulwama is a blot on India’s face: Dal Khalsa

CHANDIGARH: Strongly condemning the use of deadly force against peaceful protesters in Pulwama, the Dal Khalsa said the security forces deployed in Kashmir are treating the native people as their ‘enemies’.

10 killed in J&K gunfight, clashes

SRINAGAR: Three militants and a soldier were killed on Saturday during a gunfight in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district, while six other civilians died in subsequent clashes in the area, police said.

Appointment of Kamal Nath as MP CM rocks Punjab Vidhan Sabha, SAD and AAP slam Congress

CHANDIGARH: The appointment of senior Congress leader Kamal Nath as Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh has flayed the political tempers in Punjab and also the Sikh organisations blamed the Congress party for 'rewarding' the Congress leader for his alleged role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi.

All You Should Know about UK Business Visa

Running a business in the United Kingdom is a huge opportunity and there are reasons for that. With its thriving business environment, strong economy, and a high-standard of life, UK continues to attract thousands of investors, every year. The British government also encourages foreign investors to carry out their business operations in the UK by providing flexible visa options. This also leads to their permanent residency and British nationality.

AAP slams Congress for putting forth name of Kamal Nath as CM of Madhya Pradesh

CHANDIGARH: Aam Aadmi Party  slammed Congress for  putting forth the name of 1984 Delhi Sikh genocide accused Kamal Nath as CM  Madhya Pardesh  and  termed it as rubbing salt on the wounds of  sikh victims instead of providing justice.

Punjab Vidhan Sabha pays homage to eminent personalities and victims of Amritsar rail mishap

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Vidhan Sabha on Thursday paid homage to 58 persons died in a tragic rail incident at Amritsar and 3 persons killed in bomb blast at Nirankari Bhawan at village Adliwal in Amritsar besides remembering several eminent personalities from different walks of life, who had passed since the last session of the Assembly.

Security guard, resident of Amritsar, killed in hit and run accident

PHAGWARA: Amritsar resident Shamsher Singh working as Security Guard at Haweli Restaurant Phagwara was killed on the spot when a speeding vehicle hit him  before Haweli near Khajurala after midnight last night. The Vehicle driver succeeded to flee. The Police have registered case and sent the dead body to Civil Hospital Phagwara for Post-Mortem examination.

'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.

1984 riots: HC seeks police response to convict's plea

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Delhi Police to file its response to a petition by a convict in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, challenging the capital punishment awarded to him.

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.

Cervical Cancer in India: A preventable tragedy that requires urgent attention

Premature death and disability from cancer is a great tragedy that hundreds of thousands of women and their families in India and other developing countries face every year. Of the various cancers that afflict women, that of the cervix, a part of the reproductive system, is one of the most common causes of death in a low socio-demographic index (SDI) country like ours.

Lashkar's Pakistani commander, 2 Kashmiri militants killed in J&K

SRINAGAR:  A Pakistani commander of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror outfit and two of its Kashmiri militants were killed by the Indian forces in an 18-hour-long gun battle that ended on Sunday here in the outskirts of the Jammu and Kashmir capital, police said.

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.

Media should be more fearless & critical in covering Defence forces, feel panelists at MLF 2018

CHANDIGARH: Panelists at MLF 2018 on Sunday called for a more fearless, balanced and critical approach while covering the defence Forces, particularly the Army, to ensure transparency and credibility of information flow to public.

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.

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