HindustanTimes Thu,02 Oct 2014


Police yet to find a lead in scribe's son abduction

Two days on when Amanadeep Singh Sodhi, son of Ravinder Singh Sodhi, a scribe, was abducted by some unidentified kidnappers, the Gurdaspur police are yet searching for a lead. Amanadeep went missing on Thursday morning; had gone for tuition, but did not return home.

DEO (S) launches 'Sohna School' drive

In Batala, district education officer (secondary) Amardeep Singh Saini inaugurated 'Sohna School Muhim' at DAV Senior Secondary School, Dussehra Ground, here

Nine women held with 7 stolen mobiles phones

 The city police have arrested nine women, all residents of Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, and allegedly seized seven stolen mobiles phones from their possession.

Liquor smuggler fires at police, arrested

Police claimed to have arrested a liquor smuggler, identified as Lalit Kumar, while fleeing his house at Raj Avenue towards the GT Road, New Chheharta. The smuggler, as per police, fired at a police team when he was signalled to stop at a check post near Khandwala Chowk on Wednesday.

No arrests yet in GNDU college

As many as nine students of Guru Nanak Dev University College (GNDU), Verka, were terminated for their alleged involvement in a group clash and firing incidents on the college premises on Wednesday in which two youths were injured

Makkar accuses discrimination against flood-hit Sikhs in J&K

Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) president Avtar Singh Makkar has claimed that flood-affected Sikh inhabitants in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) are not being "looked after properly".

Couple dies in road accident

A husband-wife duo, identified as Kulwinder Singh (47) and Rajwinder Kaur (45), was killed when their car was allegedly hit by a speeding bus near Verka here on Thursday.

Fire exchanged, two injured in group clash at GNDU College


Bullets flew around on the campus and two youths were injured when two student groups clashed to prove their control over the students' body of Guru Nanak Dev University College at Verka here on Wednesday.The injured has been identified as Gurinder Singh, an outsider, and Simranpreet Singh, a GNDU College student, who are in their 20s.

BBK DAV college lifts cycling championship

A cycling team of BBK DAV College for Women has bagged inter-college road cycling championship trophy held at Guru Nank Dev University (GNDU) by securing 14 points.

CKD hands over charge of CKD Local Committee

Chief Khalsa Diwan Charitable Society (CKDCS) president Charanjit Singh Chadha on Wednesday handed over the charge of president, Chief Khalsa Diwan Local Committee, Mumbai, to Kulwant Singh Kohli. The CKDCS on this occasion also accepted the resignation of its vice-president Santokh Singh. The general house of the CKD also afforded unanimous approval to the amendments made in the Rules 15 and 17 of the constitution of Chief Khalsa Diwan.

Galiara project: HC disposes of shopkeepers' petition

The Punjab and Haryana high court on Tuesday disposed of the petition filed by shopkeepers who have their shops in the area for the Galiara project in Amritsar, directing the Amritsar municipal corporation commissioner to pass appropriate orders on their representation seeking an alternative site, within two months.

'Punjab to spend Rs 500 crore for development of farms'

Chief parliamentary secretary, agriculture, Gurbachan Singh Babbehali on Tuesday said the Punjab government was stressing upon the use of new farm techniques and had released a sum of `300 crore for Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Ludhiana, for continuing search works, while spending `500 crore for the overall development of the farm sector.

Cong protest against 'anti-people policies' of Badal govt

Congress activists from the Gurdaspur assembly constituency held a protest rally at Hanuman Chowk and took out a protest march in main markets here on Tuesday to protest against the "anti-people policies" of the SAD-BJP government.

BJP councillor booked for sharing advocate's photo on Facebook

The Amritsar city police have booked Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) councillor Prabhjit Singh Rataul on charges of violating the IT Act by posting the picture of an advocate without his consent.

SGPC dispatches 2 truck of relief material for Hurriyat relief camp in Srinagar

The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) on Monday dispatched relief material for the relief camp being run by the Hurriyat Conference leader, Syed Ali Gillani in Srinagar for the flood affected people of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K).

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