Man Aman Singh Chhina

Articles By Man Aman Singh Chhina

Two Punjabi singers dare each other for fight in Mohali, held

The war of words began when Mohali-based Ramandeep Singh Randhawa (28) alias Rammi Randhawa and his brother Prince lampooned New Zealand-based Harkirat Singh alias Elly Mangat (30) for singing songs that glamourised alcohol and guns.

Army moots more powers for JCOs, to be given authority to write Annual Confidential Reports

A proposal in this regard has been initiated for examination and implementation by the Army Headquarters on the directions of Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat.

Corps of Military Police: At recruitment rally for women, grit and resolve win the day

This is the first time that roles in the Army other than officer-level have been opened for women. The Army intends to recruit 100 women in CMP in the first phase, taking the total number up to 1,700 eventually.

Recruitment for military police: Young girls travel from afar to take up the challenge

The five-day recruitment rally from September 7 to 11 at Ambala has seen young women aspirants for the Army come from far off places in northern India.

Rifles go ‘missing’ from armoured regiment in Rajasthan

As per information available, two rifles which were issued to two sentries on night duty in an armoured regiment have gone missing since late Monday night.

Politics heats up over 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak

Harsimrat, the Bathinda MP, said that it was shocking that despite a request by the SGPC - the elected body of the Sikhs - for jointly organising the momentous event, there had not been any positive response from the state government.

Lt Col posted in UN mission in Congo goes missing in lake Kivu

The officer went kayaking with his colleagues but two of the three kayaks capsized. Search operations are on to locate the missing officer.

Apache attack helicopters: what IAF’s lethal new acquisition can achieve

Among the Apache's modern capabilities are the ability to shoot fire-and-forget anti-tank missiles, air-to-air missiles, rockets, and other ammunition.

Sacrilege case probe now divides AAP

Aman Arora ridicules Leader of Opposition Harpal Cheema, other party leaders over ‘no hope’ statement

Punjab: Breach of privilege of House, Capt trying to protect accused, says Opposition

Khaira said that Prabodh Kumar was working directly under Amarinder who also holds the home portfolio.

In Punjab, blamegame over Bhakra water intensifies

Khaira says BBMB released Bhakra water in ‘panic’, Minister says Centre should revert control of board to Punjab

Women in Indian Army: A long battle

The first major step towards giving permanency to the position of women officers in the Army came in 2008 when it was decided that those serving in the Judge Advocate General department and Army Education Corps would be offered Permanent Commission.

In two years, 13 deaths in custody, no action against cops in most cases

In the most recent case, ASI Avtar Singh, accused in a drug smuggling case, killed himself using the AK-47 rifle of a policeman while in police custody in Amritsar.

Ravidas temple demolition: PEP issues statement on behalf of 3 rebel AAP MLAs

Jagdev Singh Kamalu, Jagtar Singh Jagga, Pirmal Singh Khalsa, Baldev Singh and Kanwar Sandhu were among the original group of MLAs who had sided with Khaira when he had raised the banner of revolt against AAP.

My unit is not a ‘thana’, Colonel takes on IPS officer after being addressed as ‘in-charge’ in letters

Colonel Monash Bakshi, Commanding Officer of 4 Himachal Pradesh (Independent) Company NCC, has written to the SP, Arijit Sen Thakur, pointing out that correct protocol of letter writing was not being followed while addressing letters to him.

In Vidhan Sabha, Amarinder hits out at Akalis: ‘You asked CBI to delay probe in Bargari cases, pressured it to file closure report’

The ruckus began soon after Aam Aadmi Party member Aman Arora raised the issue during the Zero Hour on the third day of the Monsoon Session. Arora asked the state government to come clean on the closure report filed by the CBI.

In Punjab, Congress MLA takes on transport minister over free run to private buses

Congress MLA from Zira, Kulbir Singh Zira said that even when government buses operate certain routes in his constituency, the service is discontinued after a month due to the interference of private bus companies who run buses on same routes.

Punjab won’t advance paddy sowing dates: ‘What’ll we leave for future generations?’

“What will we leave for the future generations? June is a dry month and more water is required for the paddy. It is not possible to advance the date of sowing,” Amarinder said.

H S Phoolka asks Punjab Speaker to accept his resignation, else he will go to SC

Phoolka told the Speaker that he had resigned in October 2018 and in the following months he had met the Speaker and given him the resignation in the format required. Yet no decision has been taken till date on his resignation.

Punjab: BAC says no extension of session, Oppn slams Cong

Leader of Opposition Harpal Cheema said that despite their protestations that there were several issues, which needed to be raised in the House pertaining to the welfare of the people, the government and the Speaker insisted that there was not enough business to warrant an extension of the session.

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