CBI announces Rs 10 lakh reward for info in rape and murder case of Shimla minor girl

The Central Bureau of Investigation has announced a reward of Rs.10 lakh to anyone from general public for providing credible information resulting in arrest of real culprits in a case relating to rape and murder of a minor girl, a resident of village Shirgul, Tehsil Theog, Police Station Kotkhai, District Shimla (Himachal Pradesh).

Road safety will be impacted by delay, lament NGOs and activists, write to Rajya Sabha Chairperson

It has emerged that the Select Committee constituted by the Rajya Sabha to look into and resolve issues raised by the opposition in the monsoon session of the Parliament has missed the deadline set for it by the house to submit its report recommending changes to the Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill 2017.

Cheema condemns arrest of SAD-BJP Councillors

The SAD spokesman Dr Daljit Singh Cheema strongly condemned the arrest and harassment of SAD-Bjp councillors by the police at the directions of ruling party to sabotage the elections being held tomorrow. He urged the Election Commission to take serious note of these happenings taking place at various places in Punjab.

SAD resolves to fight against jabar and zulm at 97th foundation day

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today while observing its 97th foundation day amidst gathering of Akali workers, resolved to fight against alleged jabar and zulm (excess and atrocities) and enjoined party workers to form a volunteer task force to counter Congress excesses. 

AAP receives setback with its Majha zone head Kanwalpreet Kaki joining SAD

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today suffered a setback when its former MajhaZone President Kanwalpreet Singh Kaki joined the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) in the presence of its president Sukhbir Singh Badal. 

Rahul visits cyclone-hit, seeks Fisheries Ministry

Congress President-elect Rahul Gandhi on Thursday visited fisherfolk in Kerala's two coastal villages and one in Tamil Nadu affected by cyclone Ockhi and demanded a separate Ministry for fisheries.

Punjab CM rules out rollback of decision to provide industrial power tariff at Rs5/Unit

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday categorically ruled out any rollback on the decision to provide power to the industry at the subsidized rate of Rs 5 per unit.

Gujarat polling on Thursday for 93 seats; PM, Shah to vote

The second phase of elections in Gujarat on Thursday will see polling held for 93 assembly constituencies across 14 districts in northern and central regions of the state, with a host of VVIPs, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah, descending on Ahmedabad to cast their vote.

Shimla district administration issues set of guidelines for Tourists

 The District Administration Shimla has issued a set of guidelines for the tourists visiting Shimla during the winter season. Deputy Commissioner Amritsar Kamaldeep Singh Sangha appealed the tourists to follow these guidelines and adhere them. He added that in case of any eventuality, tourists can contact Shimla district administration at number 0177-2800880.

Parkash Singh Badal will not meet workers on December 16 &17

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) patron and former chief minister S. Parkash Singh Badal will not hold his scheduled fortnightly meeting with party leaders and workers at party office on December 16-17, 2017 . 

India down Sri Lanka by 141 runs to square ODI series

 A disciplined India humbled Sri Lanka by 141 runs in the second One-day International and squared the three-match rubber 1-1 at the Punjab Cricket Association I.S. Bindra Stadium here on Wednesday.

Rohit Sharma leads India to 141-run win, keeps ODI series alive

Indian captain Rohit Sharma led his team to an impressive 141-run victory against Sri Lanka in the second One-Day International match at the IS Bindra PCA Stadium here tonight. With this triumph, India strongly bounced back into the three-match ODI series with 1-1 score. Sri Lanka had registered a seven-wicket verdict in the first ODI in Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh).

Punjab industry threatens to boycott Congress in municipal elections

Punjab's industry associations have accused the Congress led state government of not fulfilling its promise of providing cheap electricity.

Ex-Punjab cop says son died mysteriously while trying to enter US via ‘donkey flights’, seeks govt help

A retired Punjab Police inspector has claimed that his son has died under mysterious circumstances in Colombia while going to the US through “donkey flights”, which is an illegal and backdoor way to reach the destination country.