Punjab's ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist) workers union staged protest against government in Ludhiana.
Several Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers staged protest against Captian Amarinder Singh-led Punjab govt in Ludhiana on Aug 17 over illicit liquor consumption death case.
Fourteen deaths were reported from Ludhiana, seven from Patiala, four from Jalandhar, three each from Amritsar and Sangrur, two from Ferozepur and one each from Barnala, Fatehgarh Sahib, Fazilka, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Kapurthala, Moga and Mohali
An avid coin collector in Punjab's Ludhiana has a treasure of ancient coins.
Ludhiana's Buddha Nullah, once the centre of social life, has now become a 'source of cancer'.
Despite a rise in demand for cycles, the industry is not able to take the advantage of the situation due to shortage of labourers amid COVID-19 pandemic.
In a shocking incident, a youth was tied to a tree and thrashed mercilessly by locals after he allegedly eloped with a minor girl.
Amid the coronavirus lockdown in the Ludhiana city of Punjab state, the enrollment number of students increased by 18% in government schools this year.
One of the Ludhiana's oldest cinema halls 'Raikhy Cinema' wore a deserted look. Established in 1933, the hall is now under dilapidated condition.
Police are checking vehicles and spreading awareness among people in Punjab's Ludhiana amid coronavirus outbreak.
Ludhiana Municipal Corporation set up pet registration website.
A labourer allegedly killed his wife by slitting her throat and then ended his life by consuming a poisonous substance in Gurdev Nagar area in Ludhiana on Wednesday, after she asked him not to drink, police said.
The cycle industry of Punjab has started a campaign to boycott Chinese goods and products. They are seeking support and permission from government to import machineries.
An elderly woman, living with her two grandchildren at a rented house in Ludhiana and facing financial hardships due to COVID-19 pandemic, had urged Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh for financial assistance.
Coronavirus containment zones in the city of Ludhiana have notched up to 3 with Prem Nagar (ward 63) been added to the list. Prem Nagar which reported its first case on June 7 has since reported 17 more cases in one week to take the total to 18 COVID-19 cases.
Farmers are facing shortage of labourers as they begin paddy cultivation in Punjab's Ludhiana. They are suffering from shortage of staff as labourers have gone to their hometowns amid coronavirus pandemic.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday said that the maximum temperature is likely to touch 44 degrees Celcius in Ludhiana.
Seven RPF personnel posted at Ludhiana railway station have tested positive for COVID-19 and around 100 personnel quarantined, said the Director-General (DG), Railway Protection Force.
11 volunteers involved in langar sewa in Ludhiana's gurdwara got insurance policies worth ₹2.5 lakh each. Sewadars were handed over policies by Punjab Youth Development Board chairman SS Bindra.