Police buried the bodies of the three Pakistani terrorists killed in an encounter with the Punjab Police at the Dinanagar police station in the district on July 27 at some undisclosed place on Tuesday. The burial was video-graphed.
Life is miserable for 18-year-old HIV positive girl from Kapurthala after her parents died of AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) a few years back leaving her at the mercy of her uncle who “sold” her to a stranger.
Inspired by the Bollywood film 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', Pakistan's noted human rights activist Ansar Burney has decided to visit India to locate the family of the missing Indian girl, Geeta, who is being looked after by a social welfare group in Karachi.
More than 160 Indian fishermen, including three minors, who were released by Pakistan as a goodwill gesture over the weekend have crossed over to India. Emotional scenes were witnessed at the border as the fishermen entered Indian territory with some of them kneeling down and kissing the ground while some of them saluted the motherland.
The entry of Pakistani national Chanda Khan, alias, Fozia, in India without valid documents remains an unsolved mystery even after her trip to Attari railway station on Monday.
Punjab director general of police Sumedh Singh Saini visited the Dinanagar police station on Monday and interacted with the officers who had participated in the operation against the three Pakistani terrorists on July 27.
The Amritsar municipal corporation house is set to meet on August 7 to discuss beautification of areas around the Golden Temple, while setting aside larger problems of insanitation, water contamination, waterlogging during the rainy season, choked sewerages, dug-up and potholed roads and faulty streetlights, which are affecting the common man since long.
The Dinanagar terrorist attack has cast its shadow on trading and commercial activities in Gurdaspur, Pathankot and Dinanagar, with people from nearby areas and villages avoiding to visit these business towns.
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has demanded the immediate withdrawal of a National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) textbook for Class 3 in which a photograph of Sikhism's first guru, Guru Nanak, has been placed alongside self-styled godman Asaram.
Aam Admi Party (AAP) workers on Sunday raised a banner of revolt against party’s Punjab convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur on his home turf in Gurdaspur.
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has finally woken-up to the reality that the ‘daal-roti’ (pulses and chapattis) served in ‘langars’ (community kitchens) of its gurdwaras is laced with chemicals harmful to the human health.
Seven bullets have been recovered from the bodies of three terrorists killed in Dinanagar.
A rocket launcher recovered from the three terrorists killed in Dinanagar was destroyed by Army authorities at Makaura Pattan near Ravi river on Sunday.
After the Gurdaspur terrorist attack, the security at Ranjit Sagar Dam and its adjoining areas has been beefed up.
The police custody of Pakistan national Chanda Khan, who claims to be a Salman Khan fan and was held for travelling without papers aboard Samjhauta Express on July 30, has been extended by five days.