Tarsem Singh Deogan is a senior reporter at Ludhiana. He has 16 years of experience in journalism. He has covered all beats and now focuses on crime reporting.
Articles by Tarsem Singh Deogan
A case of forgery was registered against the retired Ludhiana cop; had allegedly tried to correct an error in the chargesheet without court’s permission
Punjab DGP Bhawra also directed the district police heads to hold seminars for the investigation officers to make them aware about the funds and the way to utilise it
Crime Investigation Agency (CIA, Staff -2,Ludhiana) in-charge inspector Beant Juneja said, “Apart from cracking down on peddlers, we are also tracing drug addicts to convince them to seek counselling, treatment and shake the drug habit.”
For 22 Punjab travel agents, the cash reward is ₹ 20,000 each. For Gagan Kumar Bakhshi of Lambran of Jalandhar, who is booked in at least 75 cases of fraud and illegal immigration, the reward money is ₹ 1.50 lakh
High dram was witnessed as Dugri police released Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Harpreet Bedi shortly after he was rounded up following the intervention of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA from Ludhiana west Gurpreet Gogi Bassi
The police commissioner gave Ludhiana’s overworked Police Control Room (PCR) motorcycle teams the night off and took over their patrolling duties with other senior officers
The officials deputed at the Ludhiana Central Jail are on their toes following the recovery of 30 mobile phones from inmates in the past 24 days
Ludhiana commissioner of police said he will look into the matter involving the SIT probe into the 2021 cheating case thoroughly and will take action
Accused is the nephew of a panchayat member of a Ludhiana village; he allegedly raped the woman on pretext of marriage
NCW chairperson Rekha Sharma rebuked cops for not taking appropriate action in matters related to women, stating that the Punjab Police were the worst
The absconding SAD leader, who was spotted attending public events across Ludhiana, is wanted for snatching, assault and hurting religious sentiments, and also has other cases lodged against him
Punjab Police personnel will now be getting a greeting card with a congratulatory message, signed by chief minister Bhagwant Mann and director general of police (DGP) Viresh Kumar Bhawra.
He allegedly sang a song for gangster Talwinder Singh alias Nikku of Sudhar during a local kabaddi tournament at Sudhar village on March 11; the lyrics of the song were said to be promoting gun culture
The Punjab police department has lost at least 78 police personnel and 18 home guard jawans to Covid-19 since March 2020
Nineteen out of the 31 “rejected” candidates have been inducted into the Punjab police force as constables, six years after they were refused admission in the law enforcement agency over their height.
A Bihar-based man whose brother was cremated in Ludhiana without his knowledge sought a probe into his “mysterious death”
Ludhiana police officials, privy to the matter, said constable Simranjit Singh, murder accused, was supposed to be on patrolling duty on March 19, the day of the crime, and had been allotted an AK-47 rifle to discharge his duty
Mohit, a resident of Gujjar Colony at Rahon Road in Ludhiana, went to Canada on a study visa on January 1, 2021
As many as 139 out of the 175 candidates in the fray for the Punjab Assembly elections from Ludhiana district lost their security deposits as they failed to secure one-sixth of the total number of votes polled in their constituencies
In a major setback, Congress lost Payal, one of its strongest bastions, to the Aam Aadmi Party juggernaut in the Punjab assembly polls; Congress’ Lakhvir Singh Lakha lost to AAP’s Manwinder Singh Giaspura
While several policemen have not received their postal ballots, six personnel have raised the matter, and filed a complaint with the election commission
These women IPS officers in Ludhiana have chosen to tread the path seldom taken and lead from the front; they risk their lives to protect the vulnerable and the exalted values of freedom, and justice.
Following the police intervention, the organisers tried to conduct the races in Uchha Pind of Khamano in Fatehgarh Sahib, but the district administration also stopped them as such events are banned
Since the announcement of elections in Punjab, cops in Ludhiana have recovered 5,000 litre liquor and ₹1.69 crore unaccounted money, while the local unit of the special task force has recovered 7.2kg heroin from 10 people in eight different cases
The rural areas, meanwhile, have fared slightly better, managing to elect three women legislators so far – the first in 1957 from Jagraon, then in 2002 from Khanna and subsequently in 2017 from Jagraon.
Various Sikh organisations attending the cremation raised slogans in favour of Khalistan; say it was not an accident, but a planned murder
Mukhwinder’s phones haven’t stopped ringing. From those congratulating him and wishing for his success to those angry with him for joining politics, Mukhwinder has been busy clarifying to all that he is not entering politics-- except that Mukhwinder is not a BJP candidate
Ludhiana central is the worst-off with the maximum, 95, polling stations in critical category, followed by Atam Nagar
In a recent FIR filed against Atam Nagar MLA Simarjit Singh Bains and his supporters in a murder attempt case, a ‘dead man’ identified as Baldev Raj of Model Town, Ludhiana, has been named as one of the accused
Around 1,000 police personnel were deputed in and around the Daresi Ground in Ludhiana , along with additional Indian Reserve Battalion (IRB) forces, effectively turning the area into an unpenetrable fortress in the wake of Amit Shah’s visit ahead of the Punjab polls