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US, UK, Australian officials’ phones hacked by Pak military

A surveillance operation was allegedly conducted by the Pakistan military which collected data from UK, US and Australian officials and diplomats.

Big Revival in business sentiment in Punjab

Showing a handsome revival in business sentiment in the last one year, as many as 248 projects involving an investment of Rs 1.20 lakh crore are under implementation in Punjab.

GNDU's May 28 examination postponed

Guru Nanak Dev University has postponed the Annual / Semester (Theory) examinations which were scheduled to be held on May 28, 2018.

Shahkot Bypoll: May 28 declared paid holiday

Jalandhar district to exercise their franchise in the bypoll to Shahkot Assembly constituency on May 28, 2018, a paid holiday has been declared by the Department of Labour within the jurisdiction of the constituency.

Amarinder warns Damdami Taksal over alleged threats to Dhadrianwale

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has issued a stern warning to the Damdami Taksal over their alleged threats to Sikh preacher Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale.

Punjab DGP felicitates Jasmine Chahal for brilliant performance in ICSE exam

Punjab DGP Suresh Arora on Thursday honoured Jasmine Kaur Chahal here at Punjab Police Headquarters who have secured second rank in Class X ICSE examination across the country.

3578 Nawanshahr district farmers given debt relief certificates

A total of Rs. 37 Crore agricultural loan of abovesaid farmers waived off upto Rs. 2 lakh per farmer having land upto two and half acres.

Modi government to launch digital media campaign to mark its four years

To mark four years in power, the Narendra Modi government will on Thursday begin a publicity blitz which will go on till June 3 and this time it will focus on digital media and private radio channels. 

Invite Pak army Chief Bajwa for talks: Ex-RAW Chief

 India should invite Pakistan’s Army chief Qamar Jawad Bajwa for talks, said a former intelligence chief at an event attended by several senior opposition leaders and former key officials 

Sikh Censor Board set up to review films on community

After a few Bollywood films ran into trouble with a section of the Sikhs over the depiction of the community, the Akal Takht on Tuesday announced the setting up of a 'Sikh Censor Board'.

At 46 degrees, heat wave grips Delhi, scorching week ahead

A heat wave officially struck the national capital on Tuesday with the city seeing a maximum of 44 degrees Celsius, four notches above the season's average, and some regions sizzling at 46 degrees while an unrelenting summer sun scorched the NCR and north, east and west India.

Edmonton’s Sikh community celebrates Nagar Kirtan parade

Thousands of people joined a parade made up of vibrant colours and music as it weaved its way through Edmonton’s Mill Woods community Sunday.