Amritsar: Cab driver eve-teases woman passenger
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday decided not to open multiplexes and cinema halls. However, Ramlilas to be allowed with strict Covid protocols.
A 35-year-old man was shot dead after he intervened in a road rage incident in Zirakpur on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday.
Aiming to provide more relaxation in the urban areas, the Punjab Government on Wednesday have announced that curfew would remain imposed only on all Sundays in all the 167 municipal towns of the State upto September 30.
A 35-year-old Indian man in the UAE has won a whopping jackpot of 10 million dirhams (19.90 crores) in a raffle in Abu Dhabi, the latest addition to the long list of lucky winners from India.
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday ordered a series of emergency measures, including the extension of weekend lockdown with daily night curfew from 7pm to 5am in all the 167 cities/towns of the state from tomorrow.
Punjab on Tuesday reported a record one-day increase in coronavirus deaths with 19 fatalities, while the infection tally rose to 14,378 with the highest spike of 612 cases in the last 24 hours.
Punjab government on Monday put a complete bar on all public gatherings while restricting social gatherings to five and marriages/other social functions to 30 instead of the current 50. Mandatory FIRs shall be filed against those found violating the curb on public gatherings, which now stand strictly disallowed
The pilots ejected before the plane went down in the Rurkee Kalan village in Punjab. As per reports, after the mayday situation, the pilots crashed the plane in an open field.
Ten more people, including a one-month-old girl and three of her family members in Mohali, tested positive for novel coronavirus in Punjab on Sunday, pushing the total count to 244 in the state.
In yet another case in the state, a family in Amritsar refused to claim the body of a coronavirus victim, forcing the district administration to perform his last rites.
At least four students were feared killed on Saturday after their school van caught fire in Longowal town of Punjab’s Sangrur district. The students were reportedly, travelling on the van belonging to Simran Public School in Longowal.