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.
Pakistani woman Chanda Khan, "a Salman Khan fan" who was caught without travel documents on Thursday, is in the surveillance-camera footage of the arriving Samjhauta Express passengers but missing from the passport record at this border checkpoint.
After the Dinanagar terror strike in Gurdaspur district on Monday, the Punjab Police have enhanced vigil on the Amritsar-Attari road, keeping tabs on all those going the border to watch retreat ceremony.
How long the compensation of Rs 10 lakh will work, the question haunts Chanda, wife of home guard Sukhdev Singh of Attepur village near here who was killed in the Dinanagar terrorist attack in Gurdaspur district.
Investigations into the Gurdaspur terrorist attack have revealed that 270 passengers had providential escape on July 27 morning as two trains passed the point where the three Pakistani jihadis had planted 2.5 kg RDX to blow the rail track before attacking the Dinanagar police station.
June 14, 2014, was the last day when most of the families of the 39 Indian youths abducted by the Islamic State (IS) militants in Mosul, Iraq, spoke to them. Since then, the families are oscillating between hope and despair.
The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Amritsar, a latest addition to the club of institutes that offer excellent management education, is all set to start classes from August 7, from a provisional campus, as the construction work on its own building set to start soon at the Manawala site
After the terrorist attack at Dinanagar police station in Gurdaspur district on Monday in which the assailants had put on army fatigues, the security forces are facing an additional obstacle to doing their job. Villagers in the region are mistaking personnel from the forces as terrorists.
Postmortem examinations were conducted at the civil hospital in Gurdaspur on the bodies of the three terrorists, who had stormed a police station and were gunned down by Punjab Police personnel during a day-long operation.
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Haryana was not giving 'due importance to the Punjabi language'. "Punjabi has officially been given the second language status in Haryana after Hindi.
Three days after witnessing a terror attack in nearby Dinanagar town, panic gripped Gurdaspur on Thursday afternoon when a suspicious black packet with wires attached was spotted on a road near the city’s bus stand.