Following surge in the Covid-19 cases and prevailing situation, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has decided to limit the grand function planned to mark the 400th Prakash Gurpurab (birth anniversary) of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib.
In wake of Covid19 crisis, Indian Education Ministry postponed the UGC-National Eligibility Test (NET) scheduled to be held from May 2 to 17.
Chandigarh administration announced a lockdown for Wednesday in UT on the occasion of Ram Navami. This decision was taken in a high-level meeting chaired by UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore here this evening.
MP Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa and Ranjit Singh Brahmpura yesterday announced that they jointly float a new political party and dissolve the political outfits they formed after getting expelled from Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) for revolting against its leadership.
Gurdeep Singh Mundi, brother of Lakha Sidhana, was picked up by the Delhi Police a few days ago. Gurdeep Singh has accused the police of torturing him.
Navjot Singh Sidhu, former Cabinet Minister visited Gurudwara Burj Jawahar Singh in Bargari on Tuesday, where after offering prayers for nearly 15 minutes, he talked about the weak probe held in the cases of sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib Ji and the subsequent firing by the police on the peaceful protestor demonstrating against the sacrilege incident.
The detailed arguments on the bail application of actor Deep Sidhu, who has been accused of instigating violence at Red Fort on 26 January during the “tractor parade”, was heard today in court of the Additional Sessions Judge Neelofer Abida Perveen, who adjourned it earlier for April 15.Delhi Police’s prosecutor today submitted the video transcripts of Deep Sidhu’s media speeches and claimed that the actor intended to “create violence and disregard national flag”.
In wake of rising Covid cases in state, Punjab Chief Minister, Capt. Amarinder Singh, on Wednesday ordered a total ban on political gatherings till April 30 and said that violators, including political leaders, will be booked under the DMA and Epidemics Act.