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Double standards allegedly adopted by the Punjab government in probing usurping of shamlat and other public lands by a high-level committee of its own and on the other hand challenging the constitution of a judicial tribunal, which already has
The new anti-terrorism force the Punjab government in Pakistan's most populous province wants to raise by spending billions will become operational no sooner than the end of the next year. According to sources, the new force will be a modern,
Seven get 10 years in jail for attacking African student Friday, 25 October 2013 Chandigarh: A sessions court in Punjab's Jalandhar city yesterday sentenced seven youths to 10 years' rigorous imprisonment for a brutal assault on a young African
Accusing Harinder Singh Sekhon, a Sub-Inspector with the Chandigarh Police, of running a money lending "racket", his "front man" on Thursday moved the Punjab and Haryana High Court seeking police protection. Vikram Singh, a Panchkula resident,
PTI The ill-fated vehicle in which Hindustan Times Principal Correspondent Jasdeep Singh Malhotra and Pathankot district police chief S.K...The vehicle was pushed off the road by a speeding truck near Mukerian town of Hoshiarpur district on Sunday.
The Punjab Police and Maharashtra ATS have arrested a man from Nanded, Maharashtra, for allegedly plotting to murder a Shiv Sena leader in Punjab and revive militancy. The suspect, a 30-year-old college dropout named Satnam Singh Gill, was arrested
Punjab police bust terror module Thursday, 12 September 2013 Chandigarh: The Punjab Police yesterday claimed that it had busted a module that was trying to revive terrorism in the state. A police officer said the module had links in Germany, the UAE,
Even as the ruling Badals in Punjab are in for yet another security beef-up, getting new luxury armoured vehicles reportedly following disclosures made by alleged LeT terrorist Abdul Karim Tunda, the opposition Congress has been accusing Deputy Chief
Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaf (PTI) has expressed amazement at the statement made by ECP member Punjab, Justice (retd) Riaz Kiyani, wherein he referred electoral rigging charges levelled by PTI chairman Imran Khan as "a set of irreconcilable lies". PTI
All opposition parties on Monday staged a walkout from the National Assembly (NA) against what they called the "high-handedness" of Punjab Police to subject workers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to severe torture in Lahore a couple of days ago.