Punjab police books Shiromani Akali Dal leader and 6 others for keeping a girl confined for 8 months, raping and selling her
One woman had lured the victim to the house of brother of an Akali Dal leader, where she was drugged and gangraped
Wanted in Republic Day violence case, gangster Lakha Sidhana attends ‘farmers’ rally in Congress-ruled Punjab’s Bhatinda
Lakha Sidhana, who is on the run from the Delhi Police, had earlier released a video, urging his supporters to attend the farmers' rally to be held in Bhatinda on February 23
Punjab: Contractor Mohammad Feroz rapes minor daughter of migrant worker for two months, victim found pregnant
The contractor named Mohammad Firoz lives in Zhungi EDN City. The victim's family are migrant workers.
Congress MP claims new agriculture laws will scrap APMC markets, fails to point out which clause says that
Bittu claimed Clause 3 and Clause 5 talk about scrapping of the APMCs but both clauses have no such mention.
As Capt Amarinder Singh extends legal help to Republic Day rioters, Punjab police ‘controls’ protesting teachers with sticks: Details
The protestors took out a state-level rally against the government for being jobless, despite clearing the ETT and TET exams.
The priest got shot thrice while Simran suffered two bullet injuries. Both of them are getting treatment at Civil Hospital Jalandhar in critical condition.
How incendiary Punjabi songs are fueling dangerous narratives surrounding the ‘farmers protests’, fuel division between Punjab and rest of India
The Khalistani face of the 'farmer protests' was out in the open on Republic Day when a Khalistani mob hoisted the Sikh flag at...
Rahul Gandhi stated that the farmers should not concede an inch and the protests should now spread all over India
The incident occurred near the Attari-Verka bypass in Vallah, Amritsar on 26 January.
Deep Sidhu, a pro-Khalistani actor, was so far being hailed as a hero by the Congress ecosystem. After his presence during the Red Fort attack was exposed, he is being painted as a 'BJP agent'.