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Vidhu Jain murder case: HC raps Sangrur SSP

Punjab and Haryana High court raps Sangrur SSP for failing to provide security to Vidhu Jain despite directions.


Pakistan rescues 20,000 of its citizens trapped in floods

The army is using helicopters and boats to save lives and provide food to the people.


Punjab to get its first Internet de-addiction centre today

Even those in the category of 30 to 50 years have become quite addict to such social sites.


Bypoll results LIVE: Bellary Rural falls to Congress; grand alliance wins six seats in Bihar

Counting is currently underway in four states — Bihar, Punjab, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh — for seats that went to bypoll.


SAD to go against BJP in Haryana, joins hands with INLD

SAD will contest two seats — Ambala and Kalanwali, while INLD will contest 88.


Conman who duped Punjab IPS officers held

Devinder allegedly duped senior Punjab police officers and several others, promising to give them 2.5 acre farmhouse plots.


Now, Maharashtra farmers to directly sell produce in Punjab

Apart from outlets, warehouse and other infrastructure will also be a part of the project.


KXIP’s sharp eye for talent

Saha and Manan Vohra eventually ended up on the losing side but they did make a mark.


Badal to meet Narendra Modi with development plan for Punjab

Chief Minister alleged that the state government’s plan to develop Punjab was ‘deliberately sabotaged’ by the previous Union government.


Congress sets up committee to examine poll debacle in Punjab

Of the 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab, AAP took four, ruling SAD won four and its ally BJP bagged two.

There’s an aeroplane on my roof

The rest of the country has moved on but Punjab has become a prisoner of its boisterous old stereotype.


Maxwell’s theory of hitting

So far in the IPL, Maxwell leads the run charts and has hit the most sixes, dealing easily both spin and pace.

Read more: Glenn Maxwell, IPL, Punjab

Seeds of innovation flower for this farmer

After winning an MSc in landscaping and floriculture from Punjab Agricultural University in 1979, the journey has been a bumpy ride for Dhindsa, who jumped from job to job in landscaping before taking up seeds production.

Delayed harvest holds up arrival

The delayed harvesting, the agriculture department has indicated, will help increase the yield. It was around 51 quintals per hectare last year.


Over 100 Indians detained in US since 2013 are on hunger strike

Two hunger strikers were recently hospitalised and many others are in danger.

Read more: Indians Abroad, Punjab, US

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