During the protest against the newly-launched Agnipath scheme, 8-10 people gathered outside Nadda’s house and began sloganeering.
Twitterati Gurinder Cheema shared a photo of his unfortunate experience of finding a semi-live lizard on his plate of chola bhature on the social media platform.
Sidhu was admitted to the PGIMER, where he had been brought under heavy security from the Patiala prison. Evening, they issued a statement, saying he has been kept under observation and is stable.
Harjit was an engineer with an MNC and he became general secretary of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Sewa Society, which he formed in 1995 with the help of his friends.
Energy exchange looks like poetry in motion.
A farmer leader said they do not want any confrontation with the state government, but they will have to break the barriers and move towards Chandigarh if their issues were not resolved.
The government has decided to stagger paddy transplantation into four phases starting June 18 by, for the first time, dividing the state into four zones, in an effort to reduce the use of power.
If you haven’t visited Rashtrapati Bhavan and marvelled at the visuals of the British-era mansion, here’s a small window to the masterly craftsmanship.
A team of the National Security Guard on Sunday defused an explosive device found in a bag near the boundary wall of the high-security Burail jail.
Capital debate: Chandigarh municipal body passes resolution saying city should remain Union territory
The house also passed a resolution urging the Union government to ask both Punjab and Haryana to have their own capitals.
Start direct London-Chandigarh flights: Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann urges British Deputy High Commissioner
Bhagwant Mann urged Caroline Rowett to take up with the British High Commissioner to India of starting direct flights between London and Chandigarh.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar thanked the members of the rival political parties for unanimously supporting the resolution brought by his government in the House.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the Haryana Congress Legislature Party (CLP) at the Haryana Bhawan in Delhi, where leaders said Chandigarh belongs to Haryana and will remain so.
The resolution passed on Friday is not the first to be passed by the state assembly.