Punjab to take strict action against de-reserving SC/BC posts without prior permission
Punjab government has issued directives against de-reserving posts of reserved categories without getting prior approval from the welfare department's reservation cell.
Police shows guts to save SAD leader from whose house it recovered 13 cartons of liquor
Tardy police inquiry into a liquor haul from the house of an Akali councillor’s father has put a question mark on the integrity of police functioning in the case. Moreover, “dilly-dallying approach” by inquiry officer Prithpal Singh Thind, superintendent of police (city), in the case has further strengthened rumor that “a migrant has been made a scapegoat to save influential persons”.
Absconding IG Case: Negi demands CBI probe to dig out real facts of the case
Rashmi Singh Negi, a co-accused in the case involving suspended inspector general (IG) of police Gautam Cheema, on Saturday claimed that she had filed a complaint against a senior Punjab police officer for favouring Gill.
Scotland Referendum entails implications for India
The BBC has monitored the world media to know the impact of the 18 September Scotland referendum “beyond the British Isle”’. The Scotland development has emboldened separatism in Europe but cast a worrying spell on ‘nations’ in other parts of the world. Like India, other Asian ‘nations’ deliberately sought to keep mum over the referendum and allowed to pass it off as ‘non-issue’.
Who institigated upper caste students to boycott taking food with Dalits?
The caste divide among students of a government middle school in Mandi has left education department officials apprehensive. They fear someone must be instigating upper caste students not to have food sitting in the same row as dalit students. 
Saradhs are Forbidden in Sikh Religion
   Saradhs also called sharadhs are forbidden in Sikh religion whereas in Hindu religion saradhs are held in memory of the deceased ancestors every year in the month of Asu, the seventh desi month which corresponds to the month of September.
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Haj flights resumed from Srinagar: Omar wishes successful journey to pilgrims
 Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, Saturday wished well being to departing Haj pilgrims from Srinagar airport today. Two flights took off from the Srinagar International Airport carrying 275 pilgrims each to Saudi Arabia on Saturday. Wishing well being and successful Haj to the pilgrims, the Chief Minister said that flood and torrential rains affected the normal Haj flight schedule, but it is heartening that we have been able to resume the process from today.
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