- Lit festival a booster for LGBTQ to pen their tales of pain, suffering
For LGBTQ writers, writing offers a chance to tell their stories of pain, suffering and abuse truthfully. It gives them a chance to raise voice for their often denied and violated rights.
- Ludhiana: 10 - yr - old boy killed; 2 held
A 10-year-old boy, Amit Kumar, son of a migrant labourer, was allegedly kidnapped and murdered by a neighbour and his accomplice.
- Power Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO visits damaged towers
Power Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO today visited the three damaged towers at Zirakpur and took stock of the restoration work being carried out by the Powercom staff. He said people of Punjab were suffering due to the failure of the previous governments to provide basic facilities to the people of th
- Punjab and Haryana High Court: Courts can?t be mute spectators to delayed trials
In a significant judgment on the right to life and personal liberty of even the undertrials languishing in the jails, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has made it clear that the courts could not be expected to act as mute spectators in cases where the trial was being delayed for no fault on their p
- Punjab and Haryana High Court stays DGM?s termination
The Punjab and Haryana High Court today stayed the operation of an order dispensing with the services of Punjab State Cooperative Agricultural Development Bank&rsquo;s DGM Amandeep Singh after more than two decades of appointment.
- MC Poll: Anger over Agnipath in Haryana may singe BJP - JJP
MC Poll: Anger over Agnipath in Haryana may singe BJP - JJP
- Some respite at last, power restored in parts of Zirakpur
After nearly 48 hours, Powercom temporarily restored the electricity supply to parts of Zirakpur and the adjoining areas by installing two poles of the emergency restoration system and supplying power to the Pabhat and Ramgarh Bhuda grids.
- Two held for betting on IPL ties denied bail
Additional Sessions Judge Anshu Shukla rejected the bail applications of two persons arrested for betting on IPL matches on May 31. A sum of Rs 17.40 lakh was allegedly recovered from them.
- Poll of PEC Old Students? Assn challenged
A local court has issued notices on the plea challenging the election schedule of the Punjab Engineering College Old Students Association (PECOSA) as well as the appointment of a returning officer. A member of the association, Mohit Shrivastava, has challenged the schedule in a civil suit filed thro
- MC survey on to identify city households making compost
The Municipal Corporation (MC) is conducting a survey to collect data about the households that have started composting of waste. The exercise aims at encouraging residents to start the practice for a better management of kitchen and horticulture waste.
- Congress: Punjab to be among worst hit by Centre's move
PCC chief Amrinder Singh Raja Warring today expressed solidarity with the youth opposing the new recruitment policy in the Army.
- 4 nabbed for supplying mobile, SIM card to Bishnoi aide in jail
The police have arrested four persons, including an employee of the Model Jail, Burail, for supplying a SIM card and a mobile phone to a member of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang lodged in the jail.
- Panjab University VC launches plant booster
The Vice-Chancellor of the PU, Prof Raj Kumar, and Prof Renu Vig, DUI, have launched Recyteq&rsquo;s Plant Booster. The product is a &ldquo;natural plant booster&rdquo; with a 100 per cent natural go-to-home gardening product, made of human hair and free from harmful chemicals.
- Probe ordered by Punjab Health Department into fake vaccination
Taking cognisance of The Tribune report on fake vaccination entries being made by health officials, the Health Department has initiated an inquiry.
- Workshop on bio - medical devices
Bio-Medical Devices Hub of the PGI organised a workshop on &ldquo;Innovative Medical Devices&rdquo; today which was inaugurated by the Director, Prof Vivek Lal.