35 labourers hurt as truck overturns in Tarn Taran

Tarn Taran, July 17 -- Thirty-five labourers, including men and women, were injured as a bolero mini truck overturned near village Panjwar in Tarn Taran district. The truck, which was carrying the lab... Read More

Punjab chief secy: Ensure availability of potable water

Chandigarh, July 17 -- Taking note of the outbreak of diarrhoea in towns of Punjab, chief secretary Anurag Verma on Tuesday held a meeting with all the DCs in the state. HT had reported outbreak of d... Read More

Now 5% quota for BC (B) in panchayats, municipal bodies in Haryana: Shah

Chandigarh, July 17 -- Union home and cooperation minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said on the lines of the central government, the creamy layer limit for backward classes (BCs) in Haryana has been incre... Read More

HC grants bail to farmer leader Navdeep

Chandigarh/karnal, July 17 -- The Punjab and Haryana high court (HC) on Tuesday granted bail to farmer leader Navdeep Jalbera, in an FIR registered on February 13 in Ambala. He was booked under Secti... Read More

BJP won't allow BC quota to Muslims in Hry: Shah

Chandigarh, July 17 -- The Congress has consistently been anti-backward classes (BCs) and opposed reservation to BCs even as Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi introduced a 27% quota for BCs in premier... Read More

probe ordered after Kazakh woman raped in pvt hospitalin Gurugram

Gurugram, July 17 -- Two days after a 50-year-old Kazakh woman was allegedly raped by a 24-year-old male attendant inside Artemis Hospital in Gurugram in Sector 51, the deputy commissioner of Gurugram... Read More

Mufti wants DGP sacked as J&K leaders demand accountability

srinagar, July 17 -- The spike in attacks across the Jammu region has prompted political leaders to demand accountability from top leadership of security forces and the government. Peoples Democratic... Read More

Why Jammu region is the new terror hub

Jammu, July 17 -- The Hindu majority Jammu region has been rattled by a sudden spike in terror attacks, especially in the last two months. Security experts attribute the disturbing trend to a multitud... Read More

Not everyone lucky enough to serve nation: Families mourn

Siliguri/Bharatpur, July 17 -- Like his father Nar Bahadur Thapa before him, colonel Bhuwanesh Thapa served in the Indian Army for 34 years, retiring in 2014. Five years later, his son, Brijesh Thapa ... Read More

DJ throws rave party for animals in an African jungle

India, July 17 -- Flash mobs in train stations, silent discos held at libraries and lavish weddings held at a museums and at Egypt's pyramids, locations for parties are getting out of hand. Not monkey... Read More