NEW DELHI:An illiterate, poor father's petition in the Delhi high court has forced the Union government to agree to bring wide-ranging reforms in rape laws that will treat sex with any women less than 18 years of age as rape.
Mahadev, whose daughter was allegedly kidnapped and forcibly...
NEW DELHI: In A major relief to the over $60-billion IT industry, the government has relaxed employment visa norms for the sector, allowing companies to hire foreign nationals as per their requirements, effectively removing the ceiling of 20 such employees per company.
The ministry of...
Wrong results: Students must seek govt help
The Sunday Tribune - Spectrum
HERE is some disappointing news for students who have appeared for various board examinations. If, by chance, the examination board makes a mistake in the computation of your marks, or...
French govt may lift Sikh turban ban on India's plea - India - The Times of India
French Govt may lift Sikh Turban ban on India's Plea
CHANDIGARH/NEW DELHI: India may have found a novel way of persuading France to lift the ban on Sikh turbans by invoking Europe's deep-seated fear of...
‘Black list’ of NRIs from Punjab
released by Union Govt
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French govt may lift
Sikh turban ban on India's plea
TNN, Mar 15, 2010, 12.19am IST
<!-- google_ad_section_start -->CHANDIGARH/NEW DELHI: India may have found a...
Cong MLA produces list of blacklisted Sikhs
living abroad, asks govt to act
Saturday, February 27, 2010.
Jalandhar: Producing a document containing...
Reports are coming of an ETT lady teacher recieving 90% burn injuries during a protest against Punjab's education minister Upinderjit Kaur and the Badal govt in Kapurthala .
The teacher Kirandeep Kaur is from Faridkot.
Situation is very tense in Kapurthala where it is said a crowd of more...
Delhi Govt Gives Nod to Prosecute Sajjan Kumar in '84 Riots Cases
Thursday, 31 December 2009
NEW DELHI: Lieutenant-governor Delhi Tejindra Khanna on Thursday gives consent to CBI to prosecute Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in murder and communal riots cases related to the 1984 anti-Sikh...
BJP attacks Govt for
inaction on 1984 anti-Sikh riots
PTI - New Delhi - December 14, 2009
BJP on Monday attacked the Government for "inaction" on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and borrowed Home Minister P Chidambaram's words to project that the riots were carried out by political leaders and...
Stop War Against The People
What the State Wants to Destroy is the Alternate Development Model An Appeal to Thinkers, Intellectuals, Artistes, and Writers
The Indian state has amassed troops in central India on an unprecedented scale, to swoop down on the...
source: The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Main News
Punjab govt sitting on funds for women’s schemes
Chitleen K Sethi
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, September 4
For a state that has gained the dubious distinction of leading the country in female foeticide, issues concerning members...
Varun's uncle seeks UP govt's nod for case against him
Lucknow/New Delhi, Aug 26 (PTI) In fresh trouble for BJP MP Varun Gandhi, his Congress rival from Pilibhit seat and estranged uncle V M Singh has sought permission from the state government to file a case against him in connection with an...
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs Shahbaz Bhatti has reiterated that the government will ensure the safety of minorities in the country, APP reports.
‘The present government believes in the principles of tolerance, human equality and peaceful co-existence,’ the minister said...
Das extends the disccusiin as in todays Hindustan times we have bihar govt. encouraging the eating of rats.Das has seen people eating loctus also.In far east such things are ore common.Can as a Sikh we encourage this also as varity rather cheap varity of food.
Kuala Lumpur: A group of Malaysian Sikhs walked out from a function when Perak state's chief executive referred to them as Bengalis.
Perak's Mentri Besar Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin made the gaffe on Sunday when he wished the Tamil community "Puthandu Vazth-uka" or Happy New Year followed by...
Govt to bring special marriage act for Sikhs- Hindustan Times
I wonder why the newsmaker in news section did not capture this :hmm:
does the newsmaker have any anti india bias? :down:
Press Trust Of India
New Delhi, March 10, 2008
First Published: 15:42 IST(10/3/2008)