- 20th June, 2022 The Tribune India
- Post - retirement, Agniveers will fall prey to anti - national forces, says AAP
Apprehending that Agniveers would fall prey to sinister designs of anti-national and anti-social forces after retirement, the AAP today said it would not allow the soil of Punjab to get soaked in blood once again.
- Open house: What should be done to meet the widening gap between the demand and supply of power?
Councillors must assist the local government to ensure regular supply of water and electricity in summer in the region. Senior citizens and kids face are the worst sufferers when power is cut for longer duration. Residents should also use electricity judiciously. Each one of us has to come forward t
- Two former cricketers appointed members of PCA selection panels
Two former Punjab Ranji and Indian Premier League (IPL) players from Ludhiana have been appointed members of the selection committees of the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA).
- Over 1 lakh yet to get second dose in district
coronavirus cases are rising, over 1 lakh people are yet to get their second dose of the Covid vaccine in the district.
- Woman, husband kill sister, booked
A woman, along with her husband, killed her sister over suspicion of having an illicit relationship with a person, at Green City, Hambran road here yesterday.
- 75K children given polio drops on Day 1
The five-day pulse polio drive began in the district today. Children in the age group of 0-5 years will be administered polio drops during the drive.
- Bishnoi's aide arrested with two illegal pistols
The CIA wing of the Ludhiana police recovered two illegal pistols, along with 11 live cartridges, from a member of the notorious Lawrence Bishnoi gang here today.
- Agnipath scheme: Rail traffic goes haywire amid protests in Punjab
The rail traffic in the region has become the first casualty of the countrywide agitation against the Centre&rsquo;s Agnipath scheme with as many as 19 trains being cancelled during the past 48 hours.
- Girl jumps off moving auto to chase snatchers
A girl suffered serious injuries after she jumped off a moving auto to chase snatchers who allegedly targeted her near Basti Jodhewal chowk here today.
- Farm stir over, BJP leaders throng villages
Within months of withdrawal of the three controversial central farm laws, things have changed for BJP leaders in Sangrur villages, which saw many protests against the party. Then banned BJP leaders, are now conducting meetings in villages, visiting farmers and sharing policies of their party to seek
- Four booked for seeking dowry in Tarn Taran
Tarn Taran: A dowry case was registered against a family after 10 months of lodging a complaint with the police. The victim was tortured over dowry and thrown out of her in-laws&rsquo; house a year ago. Parabhjit Kaur (28), daughter of Gurdatar Singh of Kot Budha village, was married to Hanspal Sing
- 19th June, 2022 The Tribune India