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Firing on anti-sacrilege protesters: Punjab IG sent to four-day police remand

Gursahab Singh, Umrangal’s counsel, called the case “politically motived”, claiming that the FIR was lodged in 2018, three years after the incident, and Umranangal’s name was added to it later.

Multi-crore drug racket case: Punjab ex-DSP Jagdish Bhola gets 12 years in jail, 22 others held guilty

In 2004, Bhola, then a DSP in Punjab Police, was dismissed from service after poppy husk was recovered from him. In 2013, he was arrested for smuggling pseudoephedrine, a synthetic drug, from India to various other countries.

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Mohali: Accused Kana was once close aide of gangster Jaipal Bhullar

Kana, along with Jarmanjeet Singh, were arrested from a flat in Peermuchalla’s Mahalakshmi Society on February 8, where they were staying with a notorious criminal, Ankit Bhadu.

Punjab: Tension in Phagwara after two communities clash, three injured

he official vehicle of an assistant superintendent of police (ASP) and a Punjab roadways bus were also damaged in the clashes. Heavy police force was deployed near the Gol Chowk on NH-1, where the clash took place.

Punjab: In new DGP’s rise, brakes on top post aspirations of 21 IPS officers

Directions laid down by Supreme Court say that in all practicality those officers should be empanelled for DGP post who have clear two years of service left.

Want my honour restored, will move SC: IPS officer Mustafa after appointment of Punjab's new DGP

Ignored for post of Punjab Police chief, 1985-batch IPS officer Mohammad Mustafa has announced that he will move the Supreme Court over being “ignored by the UPSC” in the panel, despite “fulfilling all the three criterion set up by the UPSC”.

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Dinkar Gupta takes charge as Punjab’s new DGP

Gupta's appointment was cleared by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday morning from among a three-member panel of officers shortlisted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and sent to the state government.

Moga: NRI deported from England found dead, police suspects murder

The body was discovered on Tuesday near fields in Singhwala with injury marks on the neck.

Punjab DGP appointment: UPSC clears 3 names, minister’s husband is frontrunner

The central agency cleared the list at a meeting in Delhi attended by DGP Suresh Arora and Punjab chief secretary Karan Avtar Singh.

Chandigarh advocate threatened, HC tells Haryana Police to probe

Sethi recently had informed the High Court that he had received threatening calls asking him to desist from pursuing the matter.

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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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