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Punjab hooch tragedy: Police arrests 25 as toll across three districts rises to 86
India

Punjab hooch tragedy: Police arrests 25 as toll across three districts rises to 86

Raids have exposed a massive liquor racket extending across several districts, with several dhabas at Shambhu, Banur and Patiala having been sealed

Punjab spurious liquor deaths: 38 dead, eight arrested; police to conduct raids in Amritsar, Batala, Tarn Taran
India

Punjab spurious liquor deaths: 38 dead, eight arrested; police to conduct raids in Amritsar, Batala, Tarn Taran

The Punjab DGP said that a resident of a village in Amritsar district had been arrested for culpable homicide not amounting to murder and under provisions of Excise Act

In Punjab, construction workers bear brunt of post-lockdown real estate slump, but welfare funds to the tune of Rs 1,000 crore remain unspent
India

In Punjab, construction workers bear brunt of post-lockdown real estate slump, but welfare funds to the tune of Rs 1,000 crore remain unspent

In Punjab, funds to the tune of Rs 1,000 crore received by the government through a labour cess are presently lying unspent.

'Won't betray Hippocratic oath': In the face of deficient PPE kits, spike in cases, Punjab doctors put up tough fight against coronavirus
India

'Won't betray Hippocratic oath': In the face of deficient PPE kits, spike in cases, Punjab doctors put up tough fight against coronavirus

Doctors in Punjab say that apart from testing their endurance, PPE kits, if faulty, pose a grave danger of exposure. Returning home amid a lack of accommodation facility at GMCH Amritsar also causes worries about their families' safety

Pakistani man's back-to-roots trip to India went off script during COVID-19 lockdown; here's what happened next
India

Pakistani man's back-to-roots trip to India went off script during COVID-19 lockdown; here's what happened next

When a Pakistani man came looking for his ancestral home in India, he had not intended for it to be a long stay

Jallianwala Bagh Massacre: Narendra Modi, Amarinder Singh, Kejriwal pay tribute to martyrs on tragedy's 101st anniversary
India

Jallianwala Bagh Massacre: Narendra Modi, Amarinder Singh, Kejriwal pay tribute to martyrs on tragedy's 101st anniversary

On 13 April, 1919, British soldiers, under the command of Colonel Reginald Dyer, opened fire at a crowd of unarmed protesters and pilgrims who had gathered in Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar on Baisakhi

Amritsar hospital reports two coronavirus infections based on preliminary tests; samples sent to NIV Pune for confirmation
India

Amritsar hospital reports two coronavirus infections based on preliminary tests; samples sent to NIV Pune for confirmation

Two persons from Hoshiarpur tested positive for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus at the Guru Nanak Dev Hospital in Amritsar, the hospital said on Saturday

Six ‘asymptomatic’ Chinese tourists put under surveillance in Shimla amid coronavirus outbreak; none visited Wuhan after 15 Jan
India

Six ‘asymptomatic’ Chinese tourists put under surveillance in Shimla amid coronavirus outbreak; none visited Wuhan after 15 Jan

Six Chinese nationals, who arrived in Himachal Pradesh in the past few days, were put under surveillance in Shimla in view of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China

Coronavirus outbreak: Doctors to be stationed at Amritsar airport from tomorrow to screen passengers, say govt officials
India

Coronavirus outbreak: Doctors to be stationed at Amritsar airport from tomorrow to screen passengers, say govt officials

'Our civil surgeons have taken a meeting with the officials concerned at both airports and they have been alerted', said Dr Gagandeep Singh, State Programme Officer, Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme.

Punjab CM criticises 1917 star Laurence Fox over 'forcing diversity' remark; actor issues apology to Sikh community
Entertainment

Punjab CM criticises 1917 star Laurence Fox over 'forcing diversity' remark; actor issues apology to Sikh community

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh advised 1917 actor Laurence Fox to familiarise himself with military history after the actor stated a particular scene in Sam Mendes' film was 'forcing diversity' on viewers by showing a Sikh soldier,

Preservatives, trans fats used in popular processed foods have major health risks
Health

Preservatives, trans fats used in popular processed foods have major health risks

Research suggests that most preservatives have some harmful effects on your health, partially hydrogenated oils are nothing but industrially-produced trans fats, which are associated with cardiovascular diseases, increased risk of strokes, heart attacks

Diwali pollution: AQI in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, Ghaziabad remains 'very poor'; air quality to improve slightly tomorrow, says SAFAR
India

Diwali pollution: AQI in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, Ghaziabad remains 'very poor'; air quality to improve slightly tomorrow, says SAFAR

To curb air pollution, Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government has announced implementation of Odd-Even scheme from 4 to 15 November 2019

Delhi’s air quality remains ‘poor’ with increased stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana; SAFAR predicts overall AQI to touch 273 by tomorrow
India

Delhi’s air quality remains ‘poor’ with increased stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana; SAFAR predicts overall AQI to touch 273 by tomorrow

SAFAR has predicted that the air quality will remain in the poor category tomorrow as well with the overall AQI touching 273

Stubble-burning continues in Amritsar despite ban; farmers claim lack of alternatives forcing them to set fire to crop residue
India

Stubble-burning continues in Amritsar despite ban; farmers claim lack of alternatives forcing them to set fire to crop residue

The farmers also said that they are ready to follow the government's instructions, but they should be practical and economically viable, meanwhile, air quality in Delhi remained poor for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday with overall Air Quality Index docking at 266

Amritsar train tragedy: Bikram Singh Majithia joins candle march with kin of victims, says Congress has not kept its promise to give them jobs
India

Amritsar train tragedy: Bikram Singh Majithia joins candle march with kin of victims, says Congress has not kept its promise to give them jobs

Rallying with the family and friends of those who died in the Amritsar train accident last year, Bikram Singh Majithia alleged that the Congress government has failed to fulfil its promise to give jobs.

Northern Army commander Ranbir Singh interacts with J&K students in Udhampur, urges them to contribute in nation building process
India

Northern Army commander Ranbir Singh interacts with J&K students in Udhampur, urges them to contribute in nation building process

Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh interacted with a group of students at the force's Udhampur headquarters.

As Doordarshan turns 60, people share nostalgic posts about favourite shows, memories associated with public broadcaster
Entertainment

As Doordarshan turns 60, people share nostalgic posts about favourite shows, memories associated with public broadcaster

Doordarshan turned 60 on Sunday bringing back memories of a golden period when entertainment in the country revolved around serials such as Mahabharata, Fauji and Malgudi Days.

Third round of Kartarpur Corridor talks begin: Chief Pakistan delegate Mohammad Faisal hopeful of giving 'final shape' to draft agreement
World

Third round of Kartarpur Corridor talks begin: Chief Pakistan delegate Mohammad Faisal hopeful of giving 'final shape' to draft agreement

A 20-member Pakistani delegation crossed over to India for the joint secretary-level meeting at Attari in Amritsar

Highways blocked in Punjab as Dalits stage protests against demolition of Delhi's Ravidas temple
India

Highways blocked in Punjab as Dalits stage protests against demolition of Delhi's Ravidas temple

Normal life was affected at many places in Punjab on Tuesday as demonstrations and dharnas were held by Dalits to protest the demolition of a temple dedicated to Guru Ravidas in New Delhi's Tughlakabad

Sonakshi Sinha on Khandaani Shafakhana, the failure of Kalank, and return to Dabangg franchise
Entertainment

Sonakshi Sinha on Khandaani Shafakhana, the failure of Kalank, and return to Dabangg franchise

"When we have cold, we tell our parents to take us to a doctor so why are people hesitant when they have a sexual disorder," says Sonakshi Sinha.