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February 17,2019

Diljit Dosanjh donates Rs 300,000 to martyrs' kin
Mumbai, Singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh has donated Rs 300,000 to the wives of the CRPF troopers who died in the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district. Diljit on Sunday shared a snapshot of his donation receipt to the CRPF Wives Welfare Association. Alongside that, he wrote: "Our soldiers
Kashmiri students turned out of PG accommodations in Haryana after Pulwama attack
Chandigarh, Over 100 Kashmiri students, including girls, have been turned out of their paying guest (PG) accommodations in Mullana village in Haryana's Ambala district, forcing them to seek refuge with the authorities of a private deemed university where they are studying. The Kashmiri students
Security cover of 5 J&K separatist leaders withdrawn
Jammu, The Jammu and Kashmir authorities on Sunday decided to withdraw the security cover of five separatist leaders, including Mirwaiz Umer Farooq. "A decision has been taken to withdraw the security cover of five separatist leaders -- Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, professor Abdul Gani Bhat, Bilal Lone, Hashim
Imran's 'peace' push turns into bloody push
New Delhi, From telephoning Kashmiri separatists directly to raising the issue of alleged human rights violations with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's so-called peace rush has quickly turned into a bloody push.
Capt Amarinder meets CRPF martyr's parents announces monthly pension besides school village and link road to be named after deceased
Anandpur Sahib Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday met the bereaved parents of CRPF martyr Constable Kulwinder Singh at their village here, and announced that the local school and the link road connecting the village to Anandpur Sahib would be named after the young man who had lost
Substituting Punjabi with Sanskrit as 2nd language in HP schools: denial of rights to people
  Chandigarh, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has expressed its displeasure over substituting Punjabi as second language with Sanskrit language in the state-run school there, saying it would deny the Punjabi-speaking people their legitimate rights. Leader of opposition (LoP) in Punjab Vidhan Sabha, Harpal
Curfew in Jammu continues
Jammu, Curfew in Jammu continued without any relaxation for the second consecutive day on Saturday, even as authorities said the situation was returning to normal. "Curfew will continue till further orders. We will take a call later in the day after assessing the overall law and order situation," said

Religion Bengal celebrates Saraswati Puja

National Sidhu no longer part of "The Kapil Sharma Show"

National All parties stand united, pass resolution condemning Pulwama attack

Punjab Last rites of 4 CRPF troopers from Punjab done with state honours

National Ceasefire violations may lead to Indo-Pak war, says former Army officer

Punjab Punjab vidhan sabha adjourned after unanimously passing resolution condemning barbaric attack

Punjab Vigilance nabs 15 employees in bribery cases during January

Diljit Dosanjh donates Rs 300,000 to martyrs' kin

Kashmiri students turned out of PG accommodations in Haryana after Pulwama attack

Security cover of 5 J&K separatist leaders withdrawn

Imran's 'peace' push turns into bloody push

Capt Amarinder meets CRPF martyr's parents announces monthly pension besides school village and link road to be named after deceased

Substituting Punjabi with Sanskrit as 2nd language in HP schools: denial of rights to people

Curfew in Jammu continues

Push-ups can keep heart disease risk at bay: Study

Big B to give Rs 5 lakh to each slain CRPF trooper's family

Sidhu no longer part of "The Kapil Sharma Show"