HindustanTimes Mon,22 Sep 2014


Man who slit Nawanshahr girl’s throat held in U’khand

The Nawanshahr police have arrested Jagdeep Singh of Kot Fattu village for allegedly slitting the throat of a 20-year-old girl of Groper village in the district on Thursday.

Fate of  medical college students  in  trouble

The fate of over 100 MBBS students of the Chintpurni Medical College and Hospital (CMC&H), Pathankot, continues to hang in the balance as the medical education department has failed to stand by its assurance to redress their grievances.

Minor’s rescue from ex-SSP’s house

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has asked the district magistrate and police commissioner to submit an action taken report (ATR) within four weeks in the case relating to a minor boy whom the administration rescued on September 9 from the house of a retired senior superintendent of police (SSP) following a complaint of bonded labour.

Woman held for husband's murder

A 24-year-old woman has been arrested by the local police on the charges of murdering her husband on Saturday. Amandeep Kaur, a resident of Panam village, was married to Sunny (26) two months ago following a love affair between them.

Student's death: police fail to trace source of heroin

Even after the arrest of the two accused in the death of a 21-year-old college student due to overdose of heroin, the Kapurthala police have so far failed to trace the source of the drug.

Bhai Ghanaiya's death anniversary observed

For the first time ever, the death anniversary of Bhai Ghanayia Ji was observed at the government level on Saturday. A function was organised in Panjab University regional campus at Bajwara which was presided over by jail, tourism and culture minister Sohan Singh Thandal.

In 19 months, 65 people go missing in Balachaur

The Balachaur sub division of Nawanshahr district is getting the tag of land of missing persons as in 19 months, 65 persons went missing under mysterious circumstances, out of which 30 are yet to be traced by the police.

Mystery solved: Kapurthala college student had died of drug overdose

The 21-year-old college student, whose body was recovered under mysterious circumstances from the Jalandhar-Kapurthala main road near Khojewal village on Wednesday morning, had reportedly died due to overdose of drugs.

MGNREGA employees' strike enters 11th day

Continuing their protest for the eleventh day for their demands, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) employees union burnt an effigy of the state government in front of the district court on Friday.

Health director conducts surprise check

A surprise visit by the deputy director health caught many doctors off guard at the Jalandhar Civil Hospital on Friday. The surprise inspection may land some doctors and staff in trouble as they were missing from their respective offices during the check.

Proceedings starts to bring back 'Babbar Khalsa militant' from US

After bringing back Jaskaran Singh Kalsi alias Jassa, an accused in the Yannick murder case, from Australia this week, the Jalandhar commissionerate police have initiated proceedings for extradition of alleged Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) terrorist, Balwinder Singh Possi.

Youth slits girl's throat after refusal of marriage offer

Upset over his marriage proposal being rejected, a youth of Kot Fattu village slit the throat of a 20-year-old girl of Groper village, early Thursday morning in Nawanshahr.

Sufi poet's dargah mired in controversy

The great grandson of celebrated Urdu sufi poet Maulvi Ghulam Rasool Alampuri, who had come from Pakistan to pay obeisance at the latter's dargah in Alampur village in Dasuya subdivision on Thursday, had to face embarrassment as he was not allowed passage by a school owner who has taken the adjoining land on lease from the Waqf Board. Official intervention also could not move the school owner.

Now fix online appointment for installation of HSRPs

In an effort to ease the process of installing High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) on vehicles, authorities have started an online appointment system through which vehicle owners can take an appointment for fixing number plates on their vehicles according to the time suitable to them.

Four arrested with 100-gm heroin

A team of special branch in rural police has arrested four people after recovering 100 gm heroin from their possession near a religious shrine in Mehatpur area of the district. The accused have been identified as Jarnail Singh alias Moti of Mehatpur, Balwinder Singh, Som Nath of Bath Kalan and Chander Shekhar of Saido village.
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