Four persons were killed on Wednesday when a tractor trolley collided with a Tate Ace passenger vehicle on the Karnal-Yamnunanagar state highway on Wednesday.
A Delhi Court on Wednesday directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.
Police today claimed to have traced five passengers who were in the same bus in which a teenage girl was thrown off after being molested leading to her death, and recorded their statements.
On the ninth day of communal violence in Atali village, reports of torching of cattle fodder sheds poured in. But this time, the victims were Hindus, who lodged a complaint with the police on Tuesday.
A New Delhi-based Sikh group has taken up with the Indian envoy in the US concerns of the Sikh diaspora, including the inability of several of them to visit India after they sought political asylum in the US, Canada and other countries during the turbulent years of the 1980s.
Shiromani Akali Dal (Delhi) president and former president of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) Paramjit Singh Sarna on Tuesday said it was unfortunate that DSGMC president Manjit Singh GK and general secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa were passing irrational comments against Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC), an autonomous organisation of a sovereign country taking care of the religious places of the Sikh minority community.
Alleging foul play behind the death a woman at her in-laws' house under mysterious circumstances, her family members blocked traffic at the hospital chowk in the city on Tuesday.
The 16-year-old Muslim boy, who was thrown in with hardened criminals in the Kapurthala jail, could have been alive today had his family managed to furnish bail bonds in the court. The boy died in the jail on May 27.
Body recovered from Bhakra confirmed as that of UK hotelier Ranjit Singh Power
The city of Chandigarh and most parts of Punjab and Haryana witnessed a pleasant morning on Tuesday with some areas experiencing showers, weather department officials said.
Lawlessness was as its peak outside a city discotheque in the wee hours of Monday when a group of four youths fired indiscriminately at people, leaving three injured.
It needs to be stated that central police organisations (CPOs) are wrongly designating themselves and by some others as paramilitary. There is absolutely nothing military about them.
Rampal, head of Satlok Ashram at Barwala near Hisar, has moved the Punjab and Haryana high court to challenge the FIRs (first-information reports) that were registered against him in November 2014 when he was arrested from his dera after violent resistance.
People will have to shell out more from June 1 (Monday) while using mobiles, eating out and travelling as the service tax rate goes up to 14%.
The maximum temperatures on Monday dropped below 40 degrees Celsius in Punjab and Haryana, a day fter the region received light rains, giving relief to people from the searing heat wave conditions.