Second wettest May since 1971 as downpour cools city

CHANDIGARH, June 1 -- About120.5 mm rain, including a heavy 50 mm downpour in just a span of one-and-a-half-hours hours on Sunday evening made this the second wettest May since 1951 (the year from whi... Read More

Locked down behind the enemy lines

India, June 1 -- "Son, my contribution to the 1965 war has not been given its due in the regimental history book you edited." Having returned home after a long day at the ranges, it was not the best o... Read More

ITBP jawan among four killed in 3 Jind mishaps

ROHTAK, June 1 -- Four persons were killed, including an ITBP jawan of 34 Battalion in three separate road accidents in Jind, police said on Sunday. The ITBP jawan, Rajender Mishra, 30, was killed whe... Read More

NRI couple murdered in Phagwara, tenant booked

PHAGWARA, June 1 -- A non-resident Indian (NRI) couple was found murdered at their house at Onkar Nagar in Phagwara on Saturday night. Canada-based Kirpal Singh and his wife Davinder Kaur, both in th... Read More

Seed scam: Police nab Ludhiana firm owner, seal store

LUDHIANA, June 1 -- The Punjab Police on Sunday busted the alleged paddy seed scam with the arrest of a private firm owner found selling spurious seedsto farmers at exorbitant rates here. Confirming ... Read More

Spurious seed dealer's licence cancelled in Jalandhar

JALANDHAR, June 1 -- The agriculture department on Sunday cancelled the license of a seed dealer and suspended that of another's in Shahkot for selling spurious and uncertified varieties. The teams l... Read More

No border curbs in haryana

India, June 1 -- All containment zones in Haryana will continue to be under lockdown till June 30, say fresh guidelines issued by the state government's. There would also be no restriction on intersta... Read More

Salons, spas to open in Punjab today

Chandigarh, June 1 -- The Punjab government on Sunday issued fresh guidelines for the next phase of lockdown, starting on June 1 and allowed opening of barber shops, beauty parlours and spas in the no... Read More

80% Punjab units resume ops, but demand dip, labour crunch a worry

CHANDIGARH, June 1 -- As state prepares to enter the lockdown 5.0 on Monday, 80% of the registered industrial units in Punjab reeling under the impact of the global pandemic, are slowly lumbering back... Read More

Badals complicit in dismantling India's federalism, say Punjab ministers

CHANDIGARH, June 1 -- Punjab cabinet ministers Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Gurpreet Singh Kangar and Bharat Bhushan Ashu on Sunday lashed out at the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and the Badal family for a... Read More