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Aam Aadmi Party drama: In Faridkot, free haircuts and discounts

Monday 19 May '14

Since the AAP’s Prof Sadhu Singh’s victory, Faridkot voters have celebrated in ways conventional and unconventional.
1st or 2nd in half of Punjab segments, Aam Aadmi Party optimistic

Monday 19 May '14

The Aam Aadmi Party’s four victories come with the signal that it is in a position to mount a strong contest in the next assembly elections in Punjab, having led or finished second in half the state’s...
PSEB class XII results: Head mason’s daughter scores 8th position in state

Monday 12 May '14

Third position in the district is grabbed by Kamalpreet Kaur with 96% marks.
First-time Badal voter chooses between mother and uncle

Thursday 1 May '14

It is 6.45 am and the staff at booth number 110 set up at the government primary school, Badal village, are ready for voters.
In Punjab, Narendra Modi says welfare of farmers on top of his agenda

Monday 24 February '14

BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Sunday said he will act as ‘chowkidaar’ of the country and ensure...
Wish you get minimum info on police this year: Top cop to media

Thursday 2 January '14

As he made mediapersons laugh, he even invited them to share their hidden talents apart from just reporting news.
'Life after an acid attack is like a death every day'

Tuesday 31 December '13

A bride was killed in an acid attack this month. Survivors of 3 such attacks describe their ordeal.
Modi’s Punjab rally postponed due to ‘bad weather’

Wednesday 18 December '13

More than Rs 1.5 lakh was being spent on construction of the stages alone.
After spending lakhs on arrangement, Modi's Punjab rally postponed

Tuesday 17 December '13

All arrangements for the BJP's Fateh Rally at Jagraon have been halted.
Surat cops bring Sai to Ludhiana ashram

Tuesday 17 December '13

Narayan Sai had stayed at the ashram and the goshala in Ludhiana, which is located in the same village, while he was on the run.
... Pak Punjab CM’s family goes shopping

Monday 16 December '13

The family included Haroom Yusuf Aziz, son-in-law of Pak Punjab’s CM Shahbaj Sharif.
And the jhuggis are visible now...

Monday 16 December '13

Jhuggis along the way had been covered with tents and so had been the garbage dumps.
England kabaddi team claims 3 Pak players transgenders

Friday 13 December '13

It has asked for a medical check-up, alleging that three players in Pakistan’s women team were transgenders.
Paddy season off colour

Friday 13 December '13

Private purchase at low rates jumps, says Mandi Board.
Another acid attack victim: living in a trauma even after 7 years

Thursday 12 December '13

The girls were attacked because they had complained against a boy who had been harassing them.
Ludhiana police to pay for acid attack victim's treatment

Wednesday 11 December '13

The girl was attacked with acid on her wedding day in Ludhiana last week.
Post-Verka hike, dairy farmers increase milk prices by Rs 2 a kg

Wednesday 11 December '13

Straw which was priced at Rs 250 a quintal last year is now being sold at Rs 500 a quintal.
Women demand justice for acid victim, meet Dhillon

Tuesday 10 December '13

NGO members along with Mahila Congress members took out a protest march from various parts of the city.
'Ex-boyfriend' throws acid on girl on wedding day

Sunday 8 December '13

The other bride suffered minor injuries and was discharged after first-aid.
Attack on bride: 'Ex-boyfriend' throws acid on girl in Ludhiana beauty parlour

Saturday 7 December '13

The bride had gone to the parlour for her bridal make up when the young man threw acid on her.


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