image 27    C

Punjab News

Punjab / The Times of India

Punjab police constable held for drug peddling; would hang uniform in car to avoid police

It is alleged that the constable along with his friend was running a drug peddling nexus for six months, until in August the police arrested his friend with 450 gm opium.

26 Sep 2023 8:55 pm
Turban-wearing people are being painted as terrorists: Shiromani Akali Dal leader Bikram Singh Majithia

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Bikram Singh Majithia expressed his concerns regarding alleged deliberate efforts to portray turban wearing Sikhs as terrorists in the country, with the intention of securing votes through divisive polarization tactics.

26 Sep 2023 8:43 pm
Toddler crushed to death by school bus in Ludhiana

A one-and-half-year-old boy died after being hit by a school bus in Pawat village of Machhiwara in Ludhiana district. The deceased was identified as Manjot Singh.

26 Sep 2023 6:59 pm
Punjab: Panchayat secretary caught with 3.5kgs opium in Nabha

The case against accused Panchayat secretary identified as Deepak Garg of Bhawanigarh, Sangrur and his accomplice Navpreet pal of Patiala has been registered at Sadar Nabha police station under sections of NDPS Act.

26 Sep 2023 6:49 pm
2 phone snatchers arrested in Ludhiana

The Ludhiana rural police arrested two snatchers after they were apprehended by the public.

26 Sep 2023 4:41 pm
26 Sep 2023 9:09 am
Told will die in 3 years, they slay cancer

Patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) in India have been successfully treated with the drug Imatinib mesylate, which is provided free of cost to those who cannot afford it. Some patients have been able to live without a relapse of cancer and have even stopped taking the medication. The PGI has 4,000 registered CML patients, with 40 of them now off medication. The institute also treats around 170 cases of blood ca

24 Sep 2023 11:53 am
PGI to start live relay of its clinical autopsy conferences

Chandigarh's PGIMER is set to relay medical conferences on unexplained deaths to medical institutions in Nepal and Southeast Asian countries. The conferences, known as clinico-pathological conferences (CPCs), involve presenting cases and discussing the causes of death. This initiative aims to share knowledge and promote learning in the field of medicine. PGIMER already streams these conferences to over 100 medical colleges in India and plans to expand internationally in the future. Autopsies are

24 Sep 2023 11:50 am
24 Sep 2023 9:02 am
24 Sep 2023 9:01 am