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Night bus service stopped during Punjab militancy period resumes
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Night bus service stopped during Punjab militancy period resumes

Punjab Roadways Transport Corporation has started inter-state night bus service, which was stopped during the militancy period nearly three decades back. The services were stopped in 1987 after an increase in the incidents of passengers being targeted by the ... Zee News, 1 month ago
PRTC resumes night bus service after 3 decades Chandigarh Tribune, 3 weeks ago

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Punjab medical council asks striking doctors to resume work

Punjab Medical Council has asked the striking doctors to resume their duties failing which it shall be forced to initiate action against them in accordance with the MCI directions and the Supreme Court of India orders which includes suspension/cancellation of ...
 Times of India2 months ago Medical council warns doctors to resume duties or face suspension  Times of India2 months ago

BJP is arrogant: Akalis | Government going back to Emergency with NJAC: Jethmalani

NEW DELHI: Coalition partners BJP and the Shiromani Akali Dal have resumed their quarrel after a lull. While Punjab CM Parkrash Singh Badal did not spare home minister Rajnath Singh the blushes over a religious appointment, during a recent public function, ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
Pakistan Today

Executions to resume after Eid ul Fitr

LAHORE At least 62 people convicted in crimes are due to be hanged in Punjab after Eid ul Fitr, sources stated. Their hanging has been stopped due to the special moratorium on death sentence in Ramzaan, officials claimed. According to them, ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Pakistan to resume executions next week after Ramadan pause  Dalje.com3 days ago After Ramazan break: Pakistan set to resume executions  The Express Tribune4 days ago Executions resume this week  DAWN Group1 day ago

In Punjab Shootings, Signs of Terror Attacks Resuming in India?

Six people were killed and at least seven injured in the Indian province of Punjab on Monday after gunmen dressed in military uniforms opened fire at a bus station and later turned their weapons on a police post. According to Indian officials, ...
 Austin American Statesman5 hours ago Roundup: 6 killed in terror attacks in N. India hours ago 6 killed in terror attacks in N. India  Global Times15 hours ago
The Nation Pakistan

Gas supply to Punjab CNG stations resumes today

ISLAMABAD - Due to technical problem gas supply to the CNG stations in Punjab could not be restored as per schedule on Wednesday and now the gas supply is to resume from Saturday (today). You can call it sheer negligence or non-professional ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago SUI NORTHERN GAS PIPELINES : Gas supply to CNG stations in Punjab to resume in next two days  4 Traders2 weeks ago Gas supply to CNG stations in Punjab to resume in next two days  Dunya News3 weeks ago Gas to CNG stations resume in 2 days  Frontier Post3 weeks ago
Assam Tribune

No Indo-Pak series now, says Thakur

Calcutta/New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday appeared to rule out an immediate resumption of Indo-Pak cricket ties in the wake of Gurdaspur terror attack, in which militants from the across the border are believed ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 hours ago no cricketing ties with pak  New Delhi Pioneer8 hours ago No cricket ties with Pak as of now: BCCI  Assam Tribune9 hours ago Indo-Pak series in doubt  Bangladesh Daily Star9 hours ago
Mid Day

BREAKING NEWS: All three terrorists killed in Punjab attack

Punjab terror attack due to intelligence failure: Congress | Punjab terror attack ends; combing operations on | Country needs national policy on terrorism: Badal | Ex-union minister Thungon jailed for corruption | Zain Masud named international ...
 Chennai Online5 hours ago BREAKING NEWS: Punjab terror attack ends  Chennai Online5 hours ago BCCI to PCB: No cricket ties with Pakistan as long as terror attacks continue  Mid Day12 hours ago News flash: Punjab on high alert after Gurdaspur attack  One India1 day ago

BREAKING NEWS: Superintendent of Police Baljit Singh killed by terrorists in Punjab

Former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam no more, nation mourns (Second Intro Night Lead) | Tributes pour in for Kalam; all recall contribution to nation | Former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam no more, nation mourns (Intro Night Lead) | Kalam was scholar ...
 Chennai Online8 hours ago BREAKING NEWS: Former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam dead  Chennai Online10 hours ago
Independent On Saturday

Pakistan resumes executions

Karachi - Pakistan on Monday resumed executions by hanging two murder convicts following a one-month break during the Muslim holy month of Ramadaan that ended last week. The hangings, which took place in the central city of Multan early in the ...
 Independent On Saturday17 hours ago Pak resumes executions after one month break  Press Trust of India19 hours ago Pakistan resumes capital punishment after one month break: officials  Dunya News21 hours ago Executions to resume after one-month break  The Gulf Today3 days ago
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