Jammu and Kashmir
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Jammu and Kashmir
Punjab bureaucrats asked to show respect to MLAs
Punjab government on Friday pulled up the state bureaucracy and directed it show "due respect" to MLAs after complaints that officers, especially at district headquarters, tend to "overlook" the legislators.
Sukhbir welcomes Oz assurance on turban issue
Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Friday welcomed the assurance given by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
Gangster killed in Amritsar police encounter
A notorious gangster, wanted in connection with several criminal cases including that of attempt to murder, was on Thursday gunned down in a police encounter in Amritsar.
Heat wave to continue in Punjab, Haryana for 2 day
Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh continued to sizzle Thursday even as the weather department predicted that heat wave to severe heat wave conditions may prevail in the states for the next two days.
Three people charred to death as car catches fire
Three members of a family were among four persons who were charred to death when a car in which they were travelling caught fire after hitting a tree on Ambala-Barara road, police said here.
Punjab orders probe into `vulgar` school books
Punjab government has initiated a probe into the distribution of text books containing allegedly vulgar and irrelevant content in government schools.
Admit defeat gracefully: Badal to Congress
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday asked state Congress leaders to accept their party`s defeat in Zila Parishad and Block Samiti polls with "grace, humility and democratic dignity".
Radical Sikh leaders meet, raise Khalistan demand
Some radical Sikh leaders, led by Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) president Simranjit Singh Mann, on Tuesday discussed strategy for upcoming Lok Sabha polls at a meeting.
Punjab Panchayat polls: Landslide win for SAD-BJP
The ruling SAD-BJP combine in Punjab on Tuesday notched up an emphatic win in Zila Parishad and Block Samiti elections in the state.
Heat wave continues to sweep Punjab, Haryana
There was no let up in intense heat wave sweeping Punjab and Haryana, with maximum temperatures in the region today are expecetd to settle between 42-45 degrees Celsius.
Severe heat sweeps Punjab, Haryana; Hisar again hottest at 46 deg C
Badal asks Afghan govt to stop smuggling of heroin
Dismissed workers of Maruti condemn cane charging
Railgate: BJP protests against Chandigarh`s top CBI officer
BJP protests outside CBI office in Chandigarh
Blistering heat sweeps Pb, Har; Hisar hottest at 46 deg C
Crimes against women, children are dealt on priority: SC judge
Questions raised over national policy for domestic workers
Punjab Panchayat polls: Turnout 70 percent, 30 hurt in clashes
Girls outshine boys in Punjab Higher Secondary exams
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