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Gurdas Maan praises talent of 'The Voice India...'

Punjabi singer-actor Gurdas Maan was in awe of the talent of the contestants of singing reality show "The Voice India Season 2", and feels they are blessed.

AAP gears up for anti drug campaign in Punjab, seeks data from candidates & volunteers

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today formally launched campaign against drugs and deployed its candidates and volunteers across the state to collect data on drug victims and de-addiction centres.

No one should instruct adults what to watch: Motwane

Filmmaker Vikramaditya Motwane, who has often locked horns with the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), says no one should instruct an adult what to watch.

'Indian Army will regain the upper hand against terrorists in J&K'

The Indian Army has a major challenge in Jammu and Kashmir this year -- to bring down its casualties which saw a steep rise last year compared to previous years. Experts said that the changing tactics of the militants, which include attacks on military installations and provoking civilians during gun battles, pose new challenges.

4 terrorists killed, 600 arrested in Pakistan: Army

The Pakistan Army said on Saturday that four terrorists have been killed while 600 suspects arrested during the ongoing major anti-terrorism operation.

The latest Hi-tech Initiative of Health Department, Punjab: ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes)

A one-day high-powered meeting was held by the department of health and family welfare, Punjab at the Parivar Kalyan Bhawan, sector 34, Chandigarh here today. The theme of the Conference was, “Together we will build a healthy Punjab.” The brainchild of Ms. Vini Mahajan, Punjab’s Additional Chief Secretary (Health), the event was attended by over 70 delegates.

IndianOil repairs section of Mathura-Jalandhar pipeline

State-run Indian Oil Corporation (IndianOil) on Saturday said that it has repaired and restored a section of its Mathura-Jalandhar pipeline where illegal tapping was detected.

Nitish demands national debate on Ganga

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday stressed on the need for a national debate for a clean and pollution-free Ganga river.

SAD-BJP Govt to stay in power for two more days, as two days in the month of February extended

SAD-BJP Government in Punjab is all set to stay in power for two more days in the current tenure. Is it sound odd?  Yes it sounds odd -- but going by the recent advertisement in a leading English Daily, Excise and Taxation Department, Punjab has decided to extend the month of February for two more days i.e February 30.

Pontoon bridge not even three years, People face hardship

The people living  along with the Beas river in district Gurdaspur and Hoshiarpur have been facing hardship following the non-availability of the pontoon bridge which was sanctioned  three years ago.

AAP to organise volunteers and candidates’ meet at Jalandhar on Feb 26

After polling for Punjab assembly on February four, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is all set to come back in action in preparations for counting of the votes of March 11 and the party has called on a meeting of its all state volunteers and candidates at Nakodar here tomorrow.

Victims of Maur bomb blast distributed compensation, DC

 The victims of Maur bomb blast were distributed compensation worth Rs 36.50 lacs today. Giving this information here today the Deputy Commissioner Mr Ghanshyam Thori stated that the kin of six deceased have been given compensation at their homes, while the injured collected the same from office of SDM Maur.

INLD leaders continue in Patiala jail after SYL protest

Leaders of Haryana's INLD, arrested after protesting over the SYL canal project, continued to remain in jail in Punjab's Patiala for the second day on Saturday as they refused bail, said party leaders.

UGC sponsors National level Conference on 'Recent advances in microbial biotechnology Application in industry and Society'

A two days National level UGC-Sponsored Conference on ‘Recent advances in microbial biotechnology

ECI issues instructions for undelivered postal ballot papers

The Election Commission of India has issued instructions to all the Returning Officers with regard to the undelivered postal ballot papers in the state during the recent Elections to the Vidhan Sabha in Punjab.

Protests in Pakistan village after Indian border guards kill mentally-ill woman

 Protests erupted in a Pakistani village along the border with India after Indian border forces shot dead a mentally-ill woman who had crossed over, the media reported.

Fatherhood the best thing happened to me: Harbhajan Singh

 Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh, who welcomed his first child -- a daughter named Hinaya Heer -- with wife and actress Geeta Basra last year, says becoming a father is the best thing that has happened to him.

Cornered INLD trying to manufacture a revival in Haryana

 Forced into exile from power for the past over a dozen years, the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) is virtually trying to manufacture its political revival in Haryana.

AAP leader Kanwar Sandhu advocates for complete REVIEW of River Waters issue

Amidst politicisation on the contentious issue of Sutlej-Yamuna-Link Canal on which traditional parties of both Haryana and Punjab were trying hard to survive “politically”, Senior leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and eminent journalist Kanwar Sandhu has advocated complete Review of the River Waters issue to resolve the issue once forever.

Pakistan blast that killed 10 probably a gas leak: Minister
Lahore, Feb 24 (IANS) The blast that killed 10 persons at a shopping centre in Lahore on Thursday was most probably an accident caused by a "gas leak" and not a bomb, as initially believed, Pakistan officials said on Friday.