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  • In Haryana, 4-Year-Old Girl's Private Parts Burnt With Tongs Allegedly By Relative

    In Haryana, 4-Year-Old Girl's Private Parts Burnt With Tongs Allegedly By Relative

    A four-year-old girl in Haryana's Sirsa district was tortured and her private parts burned earlier this month. The inured child did not get any medical help for at least ten days until the local child welfare authorities found out about the incident and took her to hospital.

  • Shimla Erupts In Fury After Suspect In Schoolgirl's Gang-Rape Is Killed

    Shimla Erupts In Fury After Suspect In Schoolgirl's Gang-Rape Is Killed

    Shops, offices and schools are closed in Shimla today in protest against the gang-rape and murder of a teen girl earlier this month and the alleged mishandling of her case, which has incited frequent protests in recent days against the police and government of Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh of the Congress.

  • Undeterred By Terror Attack, 4,000 Pilgrims March On The Amarnath Route

    Undeterred By Terror Attack, 4,000 Pilgrims March On The Amarnath Route

    On July 10, terrorists attacked a bus carrying pilgrims in which eight people were killed. There have been rising security concerns for travelers undertaking the pilgrimage post the incident.

  • Undeterred By Anantnag Attack, Pilgrims Continue Amarnath Yatra

    Undeterred By Anantnag Attack, Pilgrims Continue Amarnath Yatra

    It's 3' o clock in the morning at the Yatri Niwas in Jammu. Close to 3,000 pilgrims from across the country have gathered here to undertake the Amarnath Yatra, an annual pilgrimage that takes place in the Kashmir Valley between the months of June to August.

  • Mosul Victory Renews Hope For Families Of Indians Abducted By ISIS

    Mosul Victory Renews Hope For Families Of Indians Abducted By ISIS

    As Iraqi forces reclaimed the city of Mosul from ISIS after eight months of combat, the families of 39 Indians who were kidnapped by the insurgent group in 2014 are hopeful, hopeful that their sons, husbands, brothers will be back home soon.

  • Man Fires Celebratory Shots On Daughter's Birthday, Kills Himself

    Man Fires Celebratory Shots On Daughter's Birthday, Kills Himself

    On his daughter's eighth birthday on Wednesday, a man in Haryana fired celebratory shots and ended up shooting himself.

  • Help Me, Begged Woman Slashed With Axe By Husband. Neighbours Filmed Her

    Help Me, Begged Woman Slashed With Axe By Husband. Neighbours Filmed Her

    A mother of three lay bleeding and begging for help outside her home in Haryana after being attacked with an axe by her husband on Friday. Instead of helping her, neighbours filmed her on their mobile phone.

  • Haryana Ad Says Women In Veil Are Its Pride. Geeta Phogat Has A Response

    Haryana Ad Says Women In Veil Are Its Pride. Geeta Phogat Has A Response

    A Haryana government advertisement promoting ghoonghat, or veil, for its women has triggered a backlash against the Manohar Lal Khattar government for what the Congress called, was the BJP-led government's "regressive and parochial mentality". Medal-winning wrestler from the state, Geeta Phogat also spoke out at the mindset that doesn't let girls c...

  • Punjab Bypasses Top Court Order, Hotels Can Serve Alcohol Near Highways

    Punjab Bypasses Top Court Order, Hotels Can Serve Alcohol Near Highways

    Hotels, restaurants and clubs near highways in Punjab will now be able to serve alcohol within 500 metres of highways. The Punjab Assembly today amended the excise act which will bypass the Supreme Court order that hotels, pubs and restaurants near highways will have to take alcohol off the menu to keep roads safe.

  • 1 In 3 Farmers In Punjab Below Poverty Line: Study

    1 In 3 Farmers In Punjab Below Poverty Line: Study

    According to a study by the state-run Punjabi University in Patiala, 86 per cent farmers and 80 per cent agricultural labourers in Punjab are facing indebtedness.

  • Punjab Budget Exposes Fine Print Of Ambitious Farm Loan Waiver

    Punjab Budget Exposes Fine Print Of Ambitious Farm Loan Waiver

    After Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, the Amarinder Singh-led Punjab government too has announced a loan waiver for its farmers. It was meant to be the most generous waiver announced so far in a state where total agrarian debt is estimated to be around 80,000 crores. But the Congress government's maiden budget hasn't kept pace with the Chief Ministe...

  • Farmer Protests Flare Up, Several States Hit: 10 Points

    Farmer Protests Flare Up, Several States Hit: 10 Points

    Farmers across three states held protests today demanding loan waivers, a higher support price for their crops and implementation of other recommendations made by the Swaminathan Commission, which had been focusing on the reasons for farmers' distress. For several hours in Haryana, farmer unions blocked highways. In Madhya Pradesh, where six farmer...

  • Punjab Police Officer, Star Of High-Profile Drug Busts, Arrested

    Punjab Police Officer, Star Of High-Profile Drug Busts, Arrested

    A senior police officer in Punjab who led many drug busts and was a famed "specialist" has been arrested after a large haul of narcotics, arms and cash was seized from his home yesterday. Inderjit Singh's fall from stardom was fast and brutal as he was led away by a team of policemen last night, handcuffed and a blue cloth masking his face.

  • Porn Video Plays At Border Security Force (BSF) Meet, Inquiry Ordered

    Porn Video Plays At Border Security Force (BSF) Meet, Inquiry Ordered

    On Saturday, about two dozen personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF), waiting to watch a motivational training clip at an annual meeting, were shocked when a pornographic video started playing on the screen. The border force has ordered an investigation.

  • Punjab Cotton Farmers' Dilemma: Despite More Crop Yield, Profit Is Meagre

    Punjab Cotton Farmers' Dilemma: Despite More Crop Yield, Profit Is Meagre

    For 12 years, the majority of Punjab's farmers have been growing Bt cotton, or genetically modified cotton seeds, which have protected their crops from pests like bollworms. Their yields have doubled too. However, in the last few years, Bt cotton has displayed a remarkable vulnerability to a large number of sap feeding pests like white-flies, which...

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  • In Haryana, 4-Year-Old Girl's Private Parts Burnt With Tongs Allegedly By Relative

    In Haryana, 4-Year-Old Girl's Private Parts Burnt With Tongs Allegedly By Relative

    A four-year-old girl in Haryana's Sirsa district was tortured and her private parts burned earlier this month. The inured child did not get any medical help for at least ten days until the local child welfare authorities found out about the incident and took her to hospital.

  • Shimla Erupts In Fury After Suspect In Schoolgirl's Gang-Rape Is Killed

    Shimla Erupts In Fury After Suspect In Schoolgirl's Gang-Rape Is Killed

    Shops, offices and schools are closed in Shimla today in protest against the gang-rape and murder of a teen girl earlier this month and the alleged mishandling of her case, which has incited frequent protests in recent days against the police and government of Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh of the Congress.

  • Undeterred By Terror Attack, 4,000 Pilgrims March On The Amarnath Route

    Undeterred By Terror Attack, 4,000 Pilgrims March On The Amarnath Route

    On July 10, terrorists attacked a bus carrying pilgrims in which eight people were killed. There have been rising security concerns for travelers undertaking the pilgrimage post the incident.

  • Undeterred By Anantnag Attack, Pilgrims Continue Amarnath Yatra

    Undeterred By Anantnag Attack, Pilgrims Continue Amarnath Yatra

    It's 3' o clock in the morning at the Yatri Niwas in Jammu. Close to 3,000 pilgrims from across the country have gathered here to undertake the Amarnath Yatra, an annual pilgrimage that takes place in the Kashmir Valley between the months of June to August.

  • Mosul Victory Renews Hope For Families Of Indians Abducted By ISIS

    Mosul Victory Renews Hope For Families Of Indians Abducted By ISIS

    As Iraqi forces reclaimed the city of Mosul from ISIS after eight months of combat, the families of 39 Indians who were kidnapped by the insurgent group in 2014 are hopeful, hopeful that their sons, husbands, brothers will be back home soon.

  • Man Fires Celebratory Shots On Daughter's Birthday, Kills Himself

    Man Fires Celebratory Shots On Daughter's Birthday, Kills Himself

    On his daughter's eighth birthday on Wednesday, a man in Haryana fired celebratory shots and ended up shooting himself.

  • Help Me, Begged Woman Slashed With Axe By Husband. Neighbours Filmed Her

    Help Me, Begged Woman Slashed With Axe By Husband. Neighbours Filmed Her

    A mother of three lay bleeding and begging for help outside her home in Haryana after being attacked with an axe by her husband on Friday. Instead of helping her, neighbours filmed her on their mobile phone.

  • Haryana Ad Says Women In Veil Are Its Pride. Geeta Phogat Has A Response

    Haryana Ad Says Women In Veil Are Its Pride. Geeta Phogat Has A Response

    A Haryana government advertisement promoting ghoonghat, or veil, for its women has triggered a backlash against the Manohar Lal Khattar government for what the Congress called, was the BJP-led government's "regressive and parochial mentality". Medal-winning wrestler from the state, Geeta Phogat also spoke out at the mindset that doesn't let girls c...

  • Punjab Bypasses Top Court Order, Hotels Can Serve Alcohol Near Highways

    Punjab Bypasses Top Court Order, Hotels Can Serve Alcohol Near Highways

    Hotels, restaurants and clubs near highways in Punjab will now be able to serve alcohol within 500 metres of highways. The Punjab Assembly today amended the excise act which will bypass the Supreme Court order that hotels, pubs and restaurants near highways will have to take alcohol off the menu to keep roads safe.

  • 1 In 3 Farmers In Punjab Below Poverty Line: Study

    1 In 3 Farmers In Punjab Below Poverty Line: Study

    According to a study by the state-run Punjabi University in Patiala, 86 per cent farmers and 80 per cent agricultural labourers in Punjab are facing indebtedness.

  • Punjab Budget Exposes Fine Print Of Ambitious Farm Loan Waiver

    Punjab Budget Exposes Fine Print Of Ambitious Farm Loan Waiver

    After Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, the Amarinder Singh-led Punjab government too has announced a loan waiver for its farmers. It was meant to be the most generous waiver announced so far in a state where total agrarian debt is estimated to be around 80,000 crores. But the Congress government's maiden budget hasn't kept pace with the Chief Ministe...

  • Farmer Protests Flare Up, Several States Hit: 10 Points

    Farmer Protests Flare Up, Several States Hit: 10 Points

    Farmers across three states held protests today demanding loan waivers, a higher support price for their crops and implementation of other recommendations made by the Swaminathan Commission, which had been focusing on the reasons for farmers' distress. For several hours in Haryana, farmer unions blocked highways. In Madhya Pradesh, where six farmer...

  • Punjab Police Officer, Star Of High-Profile Drug Busts, Arrested

    Punjab Police Officer, Star Of High-Profile Drug Busts, Arrested

    A senior police officer in Punjab who led many drug busts and was a famed "specialist" has been arrested after a large haul of narcotics, arms and cash was seized from his home yesterday. Inderjit Singh's fall from stardom was fast and brutal as he was led away by a team of policemen last night, handcuffed and a blue cloth masking his face.

  • Porn Video Plays At Border Security Force (BSF) Meet, Inquiry Ordered

    Porn Video Plays At Border Security Force (BSF) Meet, Inquiry Ordered

    On Saturday, about two dozen personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF), waiting to watch a motivational training clip at an annual meeting, were shocked when a pornographic video started playing on the screen. The border force has ordered an investigation.

  • Punjab Cotton Farmers' Dilemma: Despite More Crop Yield, Profit Is Meagre

    Punjab Cotton Farmers' Dilemma: Despite More Crop Yield, Profit Is Meagre

    For 12 years, the majority of Punjab's farmers have been growing Bt cotton, or genetically modified cotton seeds, which have protected their crops from pests like bollworms. Their yields have doubled too. However, in the last few years, Bt cotton has displayed a remarkable vulnerability to a large number of sap feeding pests like white-flies, which...

  • Punjab Village Attacks Drug Dealer, Chops Off Hand And Foot, He Dies

    Punjab Village Attacks Drug Dealer, Chops Off Hand And Foot, He Dies

    A young man accused of drug dealing in Bathinda in Punjab was attacked by a mob in his village yesterday that chopped off his hand and sliced his legs. He died in hospital a few hours later

  • Inspired By Gautam Gambhir, Former Hockey Player Sponsors Education Of 22 Girls In Haryana

    Inspired By Gautam Gambhir, Former Hockey Player Sponsors Education Of 22 Girls In Haryana

    Rohtak, Haryana: Former international hockey player Ajit Pal Nandlal, who retired from hockey series in 2013, has decided to sponsor education and sports training of 22 girl students from his native village in Haryana. The girls study at Government Senior Secondary School in Bohar village in Rohtak, 65 kms from Delhi, and belong to families with e...

  • For First Time Since Punjab Defeat, Arvind Kejriwal Visits State, Workers

    For First Time Since Punjab Defeat, Arvind Kejriwal Visits State, Workers

    Arvind Kejriwal was at the Golden Temple in Amritsar today, making his first visit to Punjab since his Aam Aadmi Party or AAP performed disappointingly in the election three months ago, losing the state to the Congress.

  • Pathankot On Alert After Bag Found With Army Uniforms In It

    Pathankot On Alert After Bag Found With Army Uniforms In It

    A high alert has been sounded in Punjab's Pathankot district after a suspicious bag was found last evening. As soon as the bag containing three Army uniforms was spotted near the Mamoon Army Cantonment Base, the area was cordoned off. Army jawans, police teams and SWAT commandoes have launched a joint operation.

  • In Punjab, Power Minister's Former Cook Bags Rs 26 Crore Mining Bid

    In Punjab, Power Minister's Former Cook Bags Rs 26 Crore Mining Bid

    In less than a month of coming to power, the Amarinder Singh government in Punjab ordered a crack-down on illegal mining and declared it would go for e-auction of sand mines across the state. The auction of 89 sand mines eventually took place on May 19 and 20. It helped the Punjab mining department generate revenue of nearly 1,000 crores, many of t...

  • After India Protests, Canada Regrets 'Inconvenience' To Former CRPF Officer TS Dhillon

    After India Protests, Canada Regrets 'Inconvenience' To Former CRPF Officer TS Dhillon

    Hours after a retired senior CRPF officer went public with his humiliation by Canadian border control officers, the Canadian High Commission on Tuesday regretted the inconvenience caused to 67-year-old TS Dhillon and asserted that the language used by its officials about CRPF did not reflect the Canadian government's policy towards India or its org...

  • Amarinder Singh Welcomes Honour To Officer Who Tied Protester To Jeep

    Amarinder Singh Welcomes Honour To Officer Who Tied Protester To Jeep

    Punjab Chief Minister, Congress's Captain Amarinder Singh, today welcomed the Army's Chief's Commendation Card for Major Leetul Gogoi, the officer who placed a Kashmiri man on the bonnet of his jeep during the recent protests in Kashmir.

  • After 90 Schoolgirls Got Their Way, Another School Protest In Haryana

    After 90 Schoolgirls Got Their Way, Another School Protest In Haryana

    Kadarpur, Gurugram: Two days after a protest by over 90 girls forced the government to upgrade a school till Class 12 in Haryana’s Rewari, another similar school protest is being staged today in another part of the state. Nearly 170 boys and girls of the Rajakiya Uchcha Vidyalaya, Kadarpur, about 50 kms from New Delhi in Gurugram’s Sohna Tehsi...

  • IT Professional Alleges Rape By 5-Star Hotel Staffer In Chandigarh

    IT Professional Alleges Rape By 5-Star Hotel Staffer In Chandigarh

    A 24-year-old IT professional from Madhya Pradesh has alleged rape by an employee of the Taj Hotel in Chandigarh. The woman, who works with an IT company in Jaipur, was on an official visit to Chandigarh. She alleges she was raped by 29-year-old Sunny Kumar, who works in the food and beverages section, on Monday night.

  • Haryana Girls Break 8-Day Fast After Government Upgrades Village School, Appoints New Principal

    Haryana Girls Break 8-Day Fast After Government Upgrades Village School, Appoints New Principal

    Rewari, Haryana: The girls of Rewari’s Gothra Tappa village in Haryana, who have been on a hunger strike demanding upgradation of their school to Class 12, break their fast after the government agrees to their demands and also appoints new school principal on Wednesday. State Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma said that the school has been upgra...

  • 7 Days On, Haryana Girls On Hunger Strike Install Lock On School Gate

    7 Days On, Haryana Girls On Hunger Strike Install Lock On School Gate

    Rewari, Haryana: Seven days on, the 13 girls of Rewari’s Gothra Tappa village, who have been on a hunger strike demanding that their school be upgraded to Class 12, are unfazed and unrelenting even as up to five girls have been repeatedly hospitalized for dehydration in the local Trauma Centre, and temperatures have touched 42 degrees in the dis...

  • 6 Days After Suicide, Punjab Farmer's Family Refuses To Cremate Him

    6 Days After Suicide, Punjab Farmer's Family Refuses To Cremate Him

    It's been six days since a farmer committed suicide in Punjab's Lehra Bega, a small village about 20km from Bathinda city. The body of 70-year-old Jaswant Singh lay in a freezer. His relatives and members of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) have refused to cremate him until his culprits are arrested. The protesting group wants the Punjab government ...

  • Doctors Say ‘Yes’ to Abortion for 10-year-old Raped by Stepfather

    Doctors Say ‘Yes’ to Abortion for 10-year-old Raped by Stepfather

    Rohtak, Haryana: The 10-year-old girl from Haryana left pregnant after she was repeatedly raped by her stepfather should be allowed to have an abortion, the doctors decided after a court in Rohtak asked them to take a call. The child is 20 weeks or five months pregnant, say doctors at a hospital in Rohtak, less than 70 km away from national capita...

  • Pregnant For Over 5 Months After Rape, 10-Year-Old Girl From Rohtak Seeks Abortion

    Pregnant For Over 5 Months After Rape, 10-Year-Old Girl From Rohtak Seeks Abortion

    Rohtak, Haryana: The district court in Haryana’s Rohtak will today decide whether a 10-year-old girl in advanced stage of pregnancy, allegedly raped repeatedly by her stepfather, should be allowed to have an abortion. The girl’s condition came to light last week when she confided in her mother, but by that time, she had crossed the 20-week lega...

  • Keep Us In School, Say Haryana Girls, Their Hunger Strike Nears A Week

    Rewari, Haryana: For five days, 15-year-old Sarla has not eaten or drunk a drop of water. Along with 12 of her classmates, she is on a hunger strike. Every morning, in 42-degree heat, the group of Class 9 and 10 students gather at their government school in Rewari in Haryana. Entreaties from parents and teachers to end the fast are ignored. Then, t...

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