The cast and crew of upcoming Punjabi movie, 'Myself Ghaint', which is slated for a March-21 release, came to a local hotel for promotions here on Tuesday.
Irked with their friend for not returning the Rs120 that he owed them, three men allegedly stabbed the 24-year-old at Khazur Chowk of Salem Tabri area in public on late Sunday night.
A tractor-trolley mowed down a five-year-old girl at Jamalpur on Sunday evening. The victim, Anjni, daughter of Radhe Sham, was a resident of Guru Nanak Nagar, Bhamia Kalan.
The district health department fined as many as 12 people and collected fine of Rs1,550 from them under section 6 of the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act, 2003, for smoking in public areas as part of their drive on Monday.
With the aim to keep a tab on movement of visitors on the premises of Lord Mahavira Civil Hospital, civil surgeon Dr Subhash Batta has written to director, health services, seeking funds for installing closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras on the hospital premises.
Having been adjudged as the 'best hitter' at the recently concluded USA vs India Baseball League held at Jaipur from February 7 to 16, 30-year-old Ramesh now hopes to represent the country in more international tournaments. India won the five match series 3-2, and in his first outing, while representing the country, he scored three home runs in one of the matches to guide the team to victory.
Members of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Vishva Hindu Parishad created ruckus at Tibba Road police post on late Saturday night accusing cops of beating their party workers. The members also staged a protest outside the police post and raised slogans against the police.
Despite the assurance of deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal to start the project of mechanised sweeping and washing of main roads in January, the project is hanging fire.
A truck that was reportedly speeding mowed down a 26-year-old teacher and injured her sister after ramming into their scooter at the traffic signal near Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) gate number 2 on the Ferozepur Road on Saturday morning.
The pledge of the "Belan Brigade" constituted by city-based NGOs Mahatar Sathi Jagriti Manch and Navkiran Women Welfare Association to fight against the distribution of drugs, money and liquor in the Lok Sabha elections, has caught fancy of candidates of the Aam Aadmi Party, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and even those contesting independently.
Although the several flyovers in city have provided relief to a large extent from traffic snarls, garbage collected in the vacant spaces under these flyovers has become a nuisance.
The city traffic police issued a challan to the family members of a police inspector for installing an unauthorised blue beacon atop his vehicle.
Even as more than eight years have elapsed since the Right to Information Act came into force, the authorities concerned of Punjab Water Supply and Sewerage Board (PWSSB) here failed to divulge the names of public information officers (PIO) and other required information at their offices, which is mandatory under the RTI Rules.
Department of gastroenterology and herpetology at Christian Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) has installed a new high definition NBI-Technology endoscopic instrument - the first of its kind in the city.
A day after local MLA Simarjit Singh Bains’ announcement in front of a roaring crowd to contest the Lok Sabha elections from Ludhiana as an Independent, two councillors extended support to Dakha MLA Manpreet Singh Ayali, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) candidate, on Thursday.