Patiala

Showing of 1 - 20 from 69 results
Patiala - Total results - 69
Bobby Deol's Love Hostel shooting halted in Patiala by protesting farmers
Entertainment

Bobby Deol's Love Hostel shooting halted in Patiala by protesting farmers

The incident took place on 5 February when around 150-200 farmers gathered in Patiala and halted the shooting of Love Hostel, police said.

‘Mind your business’: Amarinder Singh slams Kejriwal’s demand for CBI probe into Punjab hooch deaths
India

‘Mind your business’: Amarinder Singh slams Kejriwal’s demand for CBI probe into Punjab hooch deaths

The Punjab CM said his Delhi counterpart's demand was nothing but a 'political gimmick' aimed at regaining AAP’s lost foothold in the state

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

NADA asks sports ministry for list of centres resuming activities, says it won't send COVID-19 medical workers to collect samples
Sports

NADA asks sports ministry for list of centres resuming activities, says it won't send COVID-19 medical workers to collect samples

NADA is gearing up for vigorous resumption of sample collection and testing after the home ministry allowed sports complexes and stadia to open but without spectators.

Coronavirus lockdown: Cop’s hand chopped off, others injured after attack on policemen in vegetable market in Punjab’s Patiala
India

Coronavirus lockdown: Cop’s hand chopped off, others injured after attack on policemen in vegetable market in Punjab’s Patiala

A policeman's hand was chopped off and few others were injured when a group of Nihangs allegedly attacked them at a vegetable market in Punjab's Patiala district

Coronavirus Outbreak: Neeraj Chopra donates Rs 3 lakh to assist battle against COVID-19 pandemic
Sports

Coronavirus Outbreak: Neeraj Chopra donates Rs 3 lakh to assist battle against COVID-19 pandemic

Neeraj Chopra on Tuesday donated a total of Rs 3 lakh to the central and Haryana state relief funds to combat the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

India women's hockey skipper Rani Rampal says Khelo India Youth Games will help unearth raw sporting talents
Sports

India women's hockey skipper Rani Rampal says Khelo India Youth Games will help unearth raw sporting talents

Indian women's hockey team skipper Rani Rampal believes the upcoming Khelo India University Games will help in unearthing raw sporting talents from across the country.

Man arrested in Chandigarh after confessing to girlfriend's murder on live television, was on bail in 2010 murder case
India

Man arrested in Chandigarh after confessing to girlfriend's murder on live television, was on bail in 2010 murder case

Chandigarh Police arrested a man from a news channel’s office, minutes after he confessed on live television on Tuesday that he had killed his girlfriend at a city hotel on 31 December, 2019

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Australian team to train in Patiala with Indian boxers for Qualifiers, confirms men's national coach CA Kuttappa
Sports

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Australian team to train in Patiala with Indian boxers for Qualifiers, confirms men's national coach CA Kuttappa

Kuttappa revealed that the Sri Lankan team is also keen to be in India for a training camp with Indian boxers

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

Punjab records 45% increase in stubble-burning incidents as of 11 Oct; officials expect overall count to reduce due to intervention
India

Punjab records 45% increase in stubble-burning incidents as of 11 Oct; officials expect overall count to reduce due to intervention

Period between 15 October to 15 November, maximum number of stubble burning incidents take place in Punjab, adjoining states and is one of the main reasons for Delhi-NCR pollution

Rains lash Punjab and Haryana; Chandigarh receives 48 mm of rainfall, leading to waterlogging and traffic snarls
India

Rains lash Punjab and Haryana; Chandigarh receives 48 mm of rainfall, leading to waterlogging and traffic snarls

Rains lashed Chandigarh and a few places of Punjab and Haryana Tuesday, bringing respite to residents from hot and humid weather conditions

Main accused in Bargari sacrilege case murdered in Nabha prison; Punjab Police tighten security, set up cordon near Patiala
India

Main accused in Bargari sacrilege case murdered in Nabha prison; Punjab Police tighten security, set up cordon near Patiala

The prime accused in the Bargari sacrilege case Mahinderpal Bittu was killed by inmates in Nabha prison on Saturday near Patiala, the Punjab Police said.

Amarinder Singh calls Sunny Deol a 'filmy fauji', says actor-turned-politician no match for Congress' Sunil Jakhar
Politics

Amarinder Singh calls Sunny Deol a 'filmy fauji', says actor-turned-politician no match for Congress' Sunil Jakhar

BJP candidate Sunny Deol is a ‘filmy fauji’ while I am a 'real fauji,' said Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday, adding that actor-turned-politician does not pose any threat to sitting Congress MP Sunil Jakhar.

Cold war among Congress leaders in Punjab turns Lok Sabha constituencies into hot seats; nine candidates named, four to go
Politics

Cold war among Congress leaders in Punjab turns Lok Sabha constituencies into hot seats; nine candidates named, four to go

Congress may have navigated through a political landmine in naming nine candidates from Punjab for the Lok Sabha elections, but the remaining four pose problems.

Why Dalit Sikhs of Punjab's Bathinda are nonchalant towards elections, debate around caste, quota and development
India

Why Dalit Sikhs of Punjab's Bathinda are nonchalant towards elections, debate around caste, quota and development

A visit to the town reveals that the Dalits in Bathinda have not benefited from the Punjab Village Common Lands (Regulation) Rules, 1964, where one-third of public agricultural land and cultivable common land in each village is reserved for SCs

Ruckus over Ludhiana gangrape stalls Punjab Assembly; law and order deteriorated under Congress govt, says Opposition
India

Ruckus over Ludhiana gangrape stalls Punjab Assembly; law and order deteriorated under Congress govt, says Opposition

Insisting that the law and order situation had been maintained effectively during the last two years of his government, Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh said three of the six persons involved in gang-rape incident had been arrested.

Aadhaar details of five-year-old girl missing for over three months help Haryana Police reunite her with family
India

Aadhaar details of five-year-old girl missing for over three months help Haryana Police reunite her with family

A team of AHTU had visited Aadhaar card office in Sector -1 Panchkula to get leads about the missing girl.

Farmers in Punjab will burn stubble as they 'have no alternative', says president of Bharatiya Kisan Union
India

Farmers in Punjab will burn stubble as they 'have no alternative', says president of Bharatiya Kisan Union

Despite a prohibition on the burning of the farm residue, the farmers in Punjab are set to go against the orders and continue burning stubble in 2018 as well.