Following are some of the terror-related incidents that have taken place in Punjab between 2001 and 2015. These do not include seizure of arms and ammunition during the period.
The Jammu and Kashmir police today rushed bullet proof vehicles to Punjab for its use following the terror attack in Gurdaspur district.
The gun battle between terrorists holed up in a police station and security forces was continuing even after more than eight hours on Monday, even as the army was called in and the National Security Guard (NSG) commandos were put on standby.
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday condemned the terror attack in Gurdaspur district, saying he was taking stock of the situation every 15 minutes despite being unwell.
Former Punjab Police chief Julio F. Ribeiro said Monday's terror attack in Punjab are "not the normal terrorist strikes" seen in the early 1980s by Khalistani separatists.
Gurdaspur terror attack: At least six people were killed in terrorist attack and many others injured when heavily-armed terrorists wearing army fatigues hijacked a car, drove down to this town in Punjab's Gurdaspur district, peppered the bus stand with bullets and then stormed a police station -- shattering two decades of calm in the state.
The attack in Gurdaspur resonated in Lok Sabha on Monday with members cutting across party lines condemning it and saying that the incident demonstrated that the terror threat to India is "perceptible" and that all force should be used to fight the scourge.
Sound of gunfire woke up resident in this town Monday morning as terrorists, clad in army uniform, attacked a bus and a police station complex killing five persons, including a policeman, after snatching a white Maruti car.
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Naresh Gujralon Monday said that the Punjab Government had a doubt that Pakistan will do something mischievous, adding that the state government will deal with terrorism in a strict manner.
Security has been enhanced across Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the Gurdaspur terror attack, which has so far claimed the lives of 10 people, including six civilians.
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday conceded that a red alert has been sounded in the state following the gruesome terror attack in Gurdaspur.
Four heavily armed terrorists wearing Army fatigues on Monday went on a rampage attacking a bus and a police station complex, leaving five persons, including a policeman, dead and several injured in Gurdaspur district bordering Pakistan.
In the first major terror strike in Punjab in eight years, heavily-armed militants in Army uniform on Monday sprayed bullets on a moving bus and stormed a police station, killing seven persons, including an SP, and injuring many others in Gurdaspur bordering Pakistan.
Panic gripped Dina Nagar town here in Gurdaspur district on Monday following an attack on a bus and a police station complex by four heavily armed terrorists wearing army uniform here which left five persons, including a policeman, dead.
Security forces in Punjab went on "maximum alert" in the wake of suspected terror attack in Gurdaspur district on Monday, about three weeks ahead of the Independence Day.
Defence matters expert S.R. Sinho on Monday said the suspected terror attack on the Dina Nagar police station in Gurdaspur may have taken place with the aim of attacking Amarnath yatris.
No one has been taken hostage in the militant attack at Punjab's Dinanagar town, said union minister Kirren Rijiju on Monday.
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Monday said the timing, methodology and location of the Gurdaspur attack is 'eerily similar' to the attacks in the border belt of Jammu.
A nationwide alert has been sounded after terrorists in Army uniform attacked a police station in Punjab's Gurdaspur on Monday.
The militants were firing indiscriminately, said an injured police official who came under attack here on Monday.
In the wake of attack by suspected terrorists in Gurudaspur today, Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and assured him full central assistance to tackle the situation.
Chandigarh: Suspected terrorists from Pakistan early Monday fired indiscriminately in Punjab’s Dinanagar town in the frontier district of Gurdaspur, leaving at least three people killed and five injured.
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday said he would not allow to succeed any force inimical to the state's progress and disrupt its hard-earned peace.
Activists of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD-Amritsar) on Sunday raised pro-Khalistan slogans during an address by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, who cautioned against attempts to foment sectarian divide and fanaticism.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday extended birthday greetings to Union Minister for Food Processing Harsimrat Kaur Badal.
Several ex-servicemen held a protest against the delay in implementation of One Rank, One Pension (OROP) scheme by Narendra Modi-led NDA government in Mohali on a day when Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar is visiting the city.
Factories and commercial establishments in Punjab will now have to pay wages to workers through cheque or by crediting into their bank accounts.
A man was on Wednesday booked on charges of raping a 26-year-old woman, whom he promised to marry, police said here today.
The Delhi-Chandigarh Shatabdi Express came under attack after allegedly some unidentified miscreants pelted stones at the train and damaged its window panes in Rathdhana village.
To give relief to distressed families of farmers in the state committing suicide, the Punjab government on Tuesday announced the creation of a "revolving fund" to provide assistance to them.
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