HindustanTimes Mon,29 Dec 2014


Pb: 4 arrested with 28,880 bottles of illicit liquor

The police, on Friday, arrested four people after 2,400 boxes containing 28,880 bottles of illicit country-made liquor, loaded in two trucks, were seized by a team of the excise and taxation department from them.

Short film highlighting issues of youth released

Noted film director Manmohan Singh, on Friday, along with inspector general of police (IGP), counter- intelligence , Jitendra Jain, released a short film made by IGP's son Abhinandan Jain.

2 injured in clash between SAD and BJP groups

Two persons were injured in a scuffle involving firing between two politically backed groups — one by the Bharatiya Janata Party and the other by Shiromani Akali Dal — over a land dispute in Civil Lines area here on Thursday.

SGPC president calls for ban on Ram Rahim’s film

Avtar Singh Makkar, president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), said the Union government should take immediate steps to stop the screening of Dera Sacha Sauda head Baba Ram Rahim’s film MSG as all the Sikh organisations were against it.

Warring ended Badals’ domination at Gidderbaha

The family of Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal has been dominating from the Gidderbaha constituency since much before the birth of current MLA Amrinder Singh Raja Warring, who on Thursday was appointed the Youth Congress president.

Woman killed in car mishap due to fog

A woman was killed when the car she was travelling in collided with another car due to poor visibility owing to dense fog, on Bathinda-Rampura Phul Road on Thursday morning.

Two injured in firing over land dispute

Two persons were injured in a scuffle involving firing between two politically-backed groups - one by the Bharatiya Janata Party and the other by Shiromani Akali Dal - over a land dispute in Civil Lines area here on Thursday.

Couple booked for causing man's death

A case was registered against a husband-wife duo for allegedly causing the death of a man.

Another prisoner escapes from Faridkot medical college, 5 including cops booked

The police registered a case against four Ferozepur cops and a prisoner, who allegedly escaped from their custody in Guru Gobind Singh Medical College here where he was admitted for the past two days.

Mansa deputy commissioner Thind fumes over X-ray that wasn’t

A fake ‘all is well’ assurance has not gone down well with the Mansa deputy commissioner (DC). In a major embarrassment for the district health department, a team of the Civil Hospital here assured the DC, Pravin Kumar Thind, that he had no fracture — on the basis of an X-ray that wasn’t even taken.

Probe on into ‘backdoor entry’ in Punjab police force

The order, issued by DGP Sumedh Singh Saini to all senior superintendents of police (SSPs), states that the intelligence wing of the police has “discovered” that 600-700 cops in the state have been enrolled before the actual process of recruitment was even started. These policemen have even been given salaries, says the DGP’s order.

Unidentified people booked under cow slaughter Act

The police have booked some unidentified people under the Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act and the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act after a cow and an oxen were found dead in a truck.

Newly married couple asphyxiated in Bathinda

A newly married couple was asphyxiated after inhaling deadly gas emanating from the burning coal kept in the room they were sleeping in Anup Nagar here on Tuesday night.

Rs 11.7 crore to be spent under BADP in Fazilka

A sum of Rs. 11.7 crore will be spent under the Border Area Development Programme (BADP) in the current fiscal year in Fazilka district.

2 Dera followers injured after being attacked

Two followers of the Sirsa-headquarter sect Dera Sacha Sauda, whose head is acting in an upcoming film, were injured after they were allegedly attacked by a group of unidentified persons when they took strong objection to tearing of the film posters by them, police said on Wednesday.
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