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CRPF to launch women unit to deal with stone-pelters in J&K

The CRPF is all set to launch a special unit of over 800 women commandos to deal with stone-pelters, among which women are increasingly figuring, in Jammu and Kashmir from the middle of this month, say officials of the central paramilitary force.

Yoga frenzy grips Karnataka

Gorakhpur terror funding mastermind Ramesh Shah has been arrested in a joint operation by the Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra Police, an official said on Thursday.

Gorakhpur terror funding mastermind arrested in Pune

Gorakhpur terror funding mastermind Ramesh Shah has been arrested in a joint operation by the Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra Police, an official said on Thursday.

Punjab Police nabs 2 radicals indoctrinated & funded by SFJ'S Pannun & other foreign handlers

In another breakthrough against radical forces trying to disturb the state’s peace and harmony, the Punjab Police have arrested two persons, allegedly indoctrinated, radicalized and funded by their foreign-based handlers, including Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Legal Advisor to Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).

ED issues show cause notice to Kashmiri businessman

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued show cause notice to Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Ahmed Shah Watali, who is accused of actively working as a conduit for foreign contributions to terrorist organizations in the state, an official said on Friday.

NIA summons ex-Nagaland CM in 'terror funding' case

The NIA has summoned former Nagaland Chief Minister T.R. Zeliang for questioning in connection with an alleged "tax collection and terror funding" case, an official said on Monday.

Free photojournalist, Mehbooba tells Rajnath

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Sunday she had spoken to Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeking the release of a Kashmiri photojournalist arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Free photojournalist, Mehbooba tells Rajnath

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Sunday she had spoken to Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeking the release of a Kashmiri photojournalist arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Punjab gives department wise presentation on NITI Aayog on the issues of State concern

A team comprising top officials from different departments of the Punjab Government today gave a department wise presentation to the NITI Aayog on the issues of the state of Punjab with the Government of India. The NITI Aayog Team led by Vice Chairman Dr Rajiv Kumar gave a patient hearing to the issues of state concern during a meeting in this regard held here at Punjab Bhawan in the presence of Punjab Finanace Minister Mr. Manpreet Singh Badal and Chairman of Punjab State Farmers' Commission Mr. Ajay Vir Jakhar.

Punjab govt seeks all India farm debt waiver scheme, restoration of 90:10 RKVY funding

Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal on Thursday sought an all India farm debt waiver scheme on the pattern of Punjab, while calling for restoration of the 90:10 funding pattern under the Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY) to provide more avenues to the states to determine priorities in agriculture sector.

Punjab Police deny British national Jagtar Jaggi Johal was tortured

CHANDIGARH: Rejecting allegations of torture of British national Jagtar Singh Johal, arrested in the cases of targeted killings of Hindu leaders, the Punjab Police said on Sunday that due process of law was followed at every stage and the accused was allowed access to his counsel, family members and British consular officers.

Kanwar Sandhu's defence of UK national arrested for targeted killings prompted by personal gains: Rana Gurjit

CHANDIGARH: Lambasting AAP leader Kanwar Sandhu for casting doubts over the arrest of a UK national in the targeted killing cases, Punjab Power and Irrigation Minister Rana Gurjit has accused him of strong personal and financial motivation for coming to the defence of an accused charged with militant and disruptive activities.

Punjab Police nabs shooter behind killings of religious leaders

CHANDIGARH:  Claiming another major breakthrough in the recent killings of religious leaders in Punjab, the state police on Friday said it has arrested the main shooter involved in these crimes.

Government open for dialogue with all in Kashmir, but no preconditions: Home Secretary

NEW DELHI: The government is "open for dialogue with everybody" in Jammu and Kashmir but without preconditions, Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi said on Wednesday

'Spineless' EC has surrendered to Modi: Kejriwal

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI: Calling it "spineless", Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday alleged that the Election Commission has "completely surrendered" before Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Chhina Hails Modi for His post-Demonetization pro-Poor Announcements

Punjab News Express
AMRITSAR : Punjab BJP state executive member and senior party leader Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina today hailed post-demonetization pro-poor announcements made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said every section of society including downtrodden, farmers, women, senior citizens and small businesses would be immensely benefited from the announcements by Modi on the eve of new year-2017.

Captain Amarinder urges SC to fast-track demonetisation cases to rescue people from crisis

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI: Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of throwing the country’s economy into shambles with his ill-conceived demonetisation move, Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday requested the Supreme Court to direct fast-tracking of all cases against demonetisation to rescue the people from the crisis into which they had been plunged by the currency change.

Punjab Congress to oppose the visit of Kejriwal to Punjab: Bittu

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Congress will not allow Arvind Kejriwal to visit Punjab if the AAP does not change its agenda for Punjab for coming Vidhan Sabha elections. Reacting sharply to the recent agenda of AAP, S Ravnit Sigh Bittu, Member of Parliament from Ludhiana, today said that Mr Kejriwal should not play with fire by instigating the sentiments of the people of Punjab.

Punjab drug racket: ED case against Bikram Singh Majithia stuck in the muddle

By Charandeep Singh
CHANDIGARH: There seems to be a criminal conspiracy to hush up the narco-terrorism racket by the ruling powers as the name of Punjab revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia was not mentioned in the challan presented by Enforcement Directorate, in the infamous “Bhola International Drug Case” in the Patiala Court.

Punjab Congress asks people of Punjab to follow NRIs and rise in protest against Badals

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Congress today urged the people of Punjab to rise in peaceful protests against the tyrannical and unjust rule of the Badal government, on the lines of North American Punjabi’s who raised the banner of revolt against visiting SAD ministers and leaders.

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