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Khap separates Punjab couple

In yet another incident of khap interference in the personal lives of people, a young couple has been separated after an inter-caste marriage despite the opposition of family members of girl.

Punjab minister found to be UK citizen

In a unique case, former minister and Congress leader from Punjab Avtar Singh Henry has ceased to be an Indian citizen as per the Union ministry of home affairs (foreigners division).

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27 portfolios with CM Badal, kin

In our country, regional parties run by a family or a clan is not a new thing, but in Punjab, it is virtually a oligarchy now as as many as twenty seven portfolios out of the total fifty are with chie

Punjab mantri quits over case

In view of recent media reports regarding a case registered against his former personal assistant’s alleged involvement in the misappropriation of public funds disbursement, Punjab minister for animal

Woman booked for comments on Facebook

A 22-year-old woman, winner of a national bravery award, has been booked for allegedly posting abusive comments on Chandigarh traffic police's Facebook page.

Henna Bakshi, who claims to be winner of

It was more about heart: Vishnu


After playing a stellar role in India's Davis Cup win over New Zealand in the absence of senior players, a young Vishnu Vardhan on Saturday said the tie was more about 'heart' and not just forehands a

AITA to stick to youngsters till India move up


All India Tennis Association (AITA) will stick to the young Indian side and will not include Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna in the Davis Cup squad until the country moves up from the Asia/Oceania G

Yuki, Sanam complete 5-0 rout of Kiwis


Sanam Singh was splendid in his victory after Yuki Bhambri huffed and puffed to a patchy win as India completed a 5-0 rout of New Zealand in the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group I relegation play-off tie,

Indiscipline will not be tolerated: AITA


Insisting that it had not imposed a ban on Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna, the All India Tennis Association (AITA) on Sunday said that by sidelining the duo, it was sending out a message that indis

Davis Cup: Yuki gives India 1-0 lead, Vishnu leading in incomplete match


It turned out to be a tough day for the Indian youngsters against New Zealand as Yuki Bhambri endured a five-set grind to provide the home team with a 1-0 lead while Vishnu Vardhan led his rival by tw

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