‘Udta Punjab”: It’s about the many innocent, helpless being born to drugs everyday
Despite the Partition, the Khalistan movement, insurgency and Operation Bluestar in the not-so-distant past, Punjab has largely been a prosperous and happy, gregarious and gung ho, outgoing and all embracing State in our collective thoughts. Chaubey exposes us to the frightening dystopia it has become in the past few years. 
Film Udta Punjab brings drugs controversy to center of political debate
The Central Board for Film Certification (CBFC) on Monday asked the producers of 'Udta Punjab' to drop the word 'Punjab' from the film's title, triggering a political battle in the poll-bound state. This is the second time the board has intervened in this matter.
SIT to investigate two explosion incidents in Haryana
Haryana Government has constituted a 4-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) headed by Additional Director General of Police, Crime, Mr S. S. Kapoor to speedily and thoroughly investigate the three cases of explosion that have occurred in Kurukshetra  and in Panipat in May.
J&K: Rajnath accuse Pak over attack on CRPF convoy in Pampore
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Charged that Pakistan hand was behind the attack on a CRPF convoy in Kashmir today  (Sunday) in which eight personals of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed. He further said Pakistan was trying to destabilize India even as he said lapses, if any, in yesterday's incident would be looked into and status of infiltration ascertained.
Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib: The Bandichhor (Liberator Benign)
Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib (1595-1644) the Sixth Guru (prophet teacher) of the Sikhs was the only son of Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the Fifth Guru of the Sikhs and Mata Ganga Ji. He was born on Har Vadi 7, 1652 Bikrimi i.e. June 19, 1595 at Vadali (now called Vadali Guru) about 8 kms from Amritsar. His childhood was wrought with miseries because his praternal uncle, Prithi Chand, who had not been given the Guruship by Sri Gur Ram Das Ji, grand-father of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib, wanted to take vengeance on his father i.e. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji. Thus, Prithi Chand made many attempts to kill the child Hargobind Ji during his infancy. 
BABA BANDA SINGH BAHADUR JI: THE FOUNDER OF SIKH RULE ON HIS 300TH MARTYRDOM ANNIVERSARY (JUNE 24, 2016)
 Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Ji (1670-1716), a brave Sikh warrior and founder of the Sikh Rule in Punjab was born on October 27, 1670 at Rajauri in Punchh District of Jammu and Kashmir. His early name was Lachhman Dev. His father Ram Dev, a Rajput farmer trained him in martial arts in early childhood.
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SIT is all set to reopen 75 cases of 1984 anti-Sikh riots
The Centre’s special investigation team (SIT) is set to reopen and reinvestigate around 75 closed cases related to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in the national capital, a move that could ring political resonance in poll-bound Punjab. The riots that killed more than 3,000 people were in retaliation against the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards on October 31, 1984.
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Haryana Jats get quota in jobs, admissions, others
The Haryana government has notified the Haryana Backward Classes (Reservation in Services and Admission in Educational Institutions) Act 2016, paving the way for reservation to members of the Jat community and five other castes in services and admissions in educational institutions. About a month ago, governor Kaptan Singh Solanki had given assent to a bill passed by the state assembly in March. The development may also pave the way for a new legal battle, as BJP MP Raj Kumar Saini had already announced that he would challenge the proposed law in the Punjab and Haryana high court.
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Pakistan’s nuclear ability to an 'target' Delhi in a few minutes: Khan
Nuclear-armed Pakistan has the ability to "target" the Indian capital Delhi in five minutes, the father of Pakistan's nuclear programme Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan has said. Addressing a gathering here on the 18th anniversary of Pakistan's first nuclear tests, which were carried out under his supervision in 1998, Khan, said Pakistan could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq "opposed the move".
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