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Five Punjab cops jailed since militancy period to be released

These prisoners were convicted under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act. Earlier, the Centre had decided to grant special dispensation to nine Sikh prisoners in various jails.

Out to nab drug peddler in Haryana, Punjab cops thrashed, 7 in hospital

A villager — Kinda’s paternal uncle Jagga Singh (50) — was killed in police firing. Another drug peddler, Gagandeep, who was taken along by the police to point out Kinda’s exact location, managed to escape during the clash.

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Commutation of Rajoana’s death penalty: the story and the controversy

Balwant Singh Rajoana was convicted in the assassination of former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh on August 31, 1995.

Ludhiana road cave-in: Congress councillor’s husband, sons booked for assaulting BJP leader

A video also went viral on social media in which Kalia could be heard screaming for help as the accused allegedly assaulted him.

Two Pathankot residents booked for abducting businessman

According to information, Mangat Rai, a Zirakpur resident, alleged that Vishal Handa and Munish Garg had abducted his brother-in-law, Parveen Garg.

Punjab STF chief has narrow escape during shootout to nab men linked to arms haul

Sidhu was leading the team to arrest the men, believed to be five in number, in connection with STF’s recovery of a cache of arms from the Indo-Pak border in Punjab on September 24.

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Punjab Police recovers another Pakistani drone near Attari border

The information was given by one of the four people arrested on Sunday, who is allegedly a part of a terrorist module of the revived Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF).

Drones made sorties, dropped arms, says Punjab Police; BSF yet to confirm

Police sources said eight drones were used in this operations, which lasted around 20 days from August 23.

Moga sacrilege case: FIR against 4 Dera followers for trying to bribe witness

On Monday, the complainant Sewak Singh and investigating officer of the case Inspector Dalbir Singh (from SIT) recorded their witness statements in the trial court of judicial magistrate (JMIC) Daljit Kaur. 

Punjab busts terror module, unearths cross-border use of drone to supply arms

Four members of the module were arrested from the outskirts of Chohla Sahib village in Tarn Taran on Sunday.

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Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

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Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

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