HindustanTimes Sat,27 Dec 2014


Man booked for causing death due to negligence

The police have booked a man for causing death of a person by giving him overdose of drugs. On a complaint by Jagdev Singh, father of victim Sukhdeep Singh, residents of Sohna village, the Dialpura police have booked Harvinderpal Singh under Section 304 A of the IPC.

No hope of independent CBI in near future: Former director

Former director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Joginder Singh has said that he had no hope from any government to make the CBI independent in the near future.

3 booked for harassing woman over phone

The police have booked three persons for allegedly sending offensive SMSes and harassing her over phone. Complainant alleged that three used to harass his daughter through fake identifies on social networking sites on their mobile phones on his daughter's mobile and also used to call her and harass her.

Sukhbir accuses Jakhar family of doing nothing for Abohar, Fazilka

In a scathing attack on Leader of Opposition Sunil Kumar Jakhar at his home turf Abohar, Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, on Saturday.

46 of 297 blood samples in Mari Mustfa found hepatitis C positive

Several suspected patients are still waiting for the special teams of the health department for testing their blood samples even when the district administration is making tall claims of providing the best medical facilities.

SAD against forcible religious conversions: Harsimrat

Amid the uproar over religious conversions by right wing Hindu organisations in Uttar Pradesh, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), the alliance partner in Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has opposed the forcible conversions.

Jyani inaugurates 3-day Arogya sehat mela in Faridkot

A three-day Arogya sehat mela was inaugurated by Surjit Kumar Jyani, Punjab health minister, here on Friday.

Man gets life term for beating father to death

A local court on Friday sentenced to life imprisonment a person for culpable homicide not amounting to murder of his father in Mehraj Basti in Rampura Phul.

When love glittered brighter than gold and thief falls into police trap

Love, it seems, glitters brighter than gold. The railway police here have arrested Manoj (22), a resident of Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh from here, and recovered from him the gold items that he had stolen on a train.

Gang of copper wire thieves busted in Mansa, 3 arrested

The district police, on Wednesday, claimed to have arrested three members of an inter-state gang of thieves of copper wire and inverter batteries, who were active in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan.

Missing people: Protest rally held in Faridkot

Many members of social and labour organisations and farmers from the Malwa zone held a protest rally here alleging that the police had failed to trace the missing persons, including some children from the district.

Cancer institute may not start functioning for another year

A big ray of hope for poor cancer patients of the Malwa region, the already delayed Advanced Cancer Diagnostic, Treatment and Research Institute (ACDTRI) here, may not be fully functional for another year or so.

Moga civil hospital to be made 130-bed facility, says health minister Surjit Kumar Jyani

Punjab health minister Surjit Kumar Jyani and Punjab agriculture minister Tota Singh jointly laid the foundation stone of the new building of the maternity ward at Dr Mathura Dass Pahwa civil hospital here on Tuesday.

ASI, home guard get 5 year jail for supplying drugs

The three were arrested with 1.20-kg opium by Baliawanwali police on April 14, 2013. The three convicts were plying in a car when a police party stopped them near Khokhar village for checking. The banned substance was recovered from the vehicle.

Man booked for raping seven-year-old girl

The police have booked a man for allegedly raping a seven-year-old daughter of a migrant worker residing in Bhokhra near here.
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