Chandigarh: In the 1960s it was at the forefront as the Green Revolution state that would make India self-sufficient in foodgrains. Now, Punjab is looking for another revolution on the industrial side to take the state forward. Having lagged behind most states on the development and progress front over the [...]
New Delhi: Pakistan today termed as “baseless and unwarranted” the remarks of Home Minister Sushilkumar...
Chandigarh: The Chandigarh Police used tear-gas and water cannons and cane-charged scores of Punjab Youth Congress (PYC)...
New Delhi: Popular Punjabi singer Mika, who has sung groovy chartbusters like “Mauja hi mauja”, “Pungi”...
Pune: Punjab, Delhi, Karnataka and Manipur maintained their winning run in the league rounds of the third Hockey India...
Chandigarh: Terming it “aggressive” and “incentive-based”, the Punjab government today unveiled its new industrial policy to facilitate investment in the state. Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal gave a detailed presentation today on Fiscal Incentives for Industrial Promotion in Punjab and described it as an “aggressive, incentive-based policy that would [...]Read more ›
Chandigarh: A head constable of Punjab Police has been arrested after he allegedly sexually assaulted a 23-year-old woman in Ferozepur town, police said today. The victim was assaulted yesterday night after Naval Kishore found her in a park with a male friend. The victim, a nursing student, alleged that the [...]Read more ›
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear a Punjab lawyer’s plea seeking “adequate security” as he faces threat to his life from Khalistani terror outfits allegedly for his retributory killing of terrorists in the state in the 1980s. Besides himself, the petitioner Sukhwinder Singh alias Dayal Singh, who works [...]Read more ›
Mohali: India’s 12th American Business Corner (ABC) was launched today at Mohali in Punjab by US ambassador Nancy J. Powell as well as Mohali Industries Association president Anurag Aggarwal. “The ABC in Mohali will act as a clearing house to connect its 400 member firms with US companies interested in doing [...]Read more ›
Toronto: The mother and uncle of an Indo-Canadian victim of an alleged honour killing appeared in a court in the Canadian province of British Columbia for the first of five witness hearings in an extradition trial. Jaswinder “Jassi” Sidhu, 25, was found slain in a canal in Punjab state of [...]Read more ›