Ex-PM and INC Chief call on Captain to inquire about his health

Manmohan Singh and Rahul Gandhi visit Punjab CM's residence

Bail plea of former IPS officer rejected

Sanjiv Bhatt is behind bars since September this year in connection with a 22-year-old drug seizure case

Teachers and BKU leaders booked for 'Illegal' dharna

Police file challan in Patiala court, claim protesters defied HC order

A gun and a pen

Contributions by men in uniform have made military literature a treasure trove of the rich legacy of our armed forces

Burail jail products a hit in CII Fair

The jail manufactured products make a comeback after over a decade; also receive orders for delivery later on

Tinsel town call for Sibal, pens Punjabi song

Music video of ‘Kyun russ gaya’ to be released today

Ready to step down from party president-ship: Sukhbir

"Let somebody else lead the party. No individual is bigger than the party. The party is not a ‘personal’ property." Sukhbir Badal, SAD Chief

People Protests continue at Amritsar train accident site, clashes with police

The Punjab police on Sunday fought running battles with people who had blocked rail tracks at Amritsar demanding action against organizers of the Dusshera committee following Friday’s accident that claimed 61 lives.

Railways not to hold any probe against train driver

The railways has decided not to hold a probe against the driver of the DMU that was involved in the Amritsar rail tragedy.

Only 30% local workers in Punjab

Majority of the influx of people to the cities of Punjab is from outside the state. As per a study carried out by the centre for development economics and innovation studies (CDEIS) of Punjabi University, 70% of the people coming to the cities are from outside the state and only 30% belong to the rural Punjab, according to a report in hindustan times.