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Air India's runaway airline customers. NEITHERMAN: Air India travellers from Dehli to Tokyo were trapped at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Dehli for eight consecutive hour due to a breakdown-. During an eight-hour stay at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Tokyo, Air India traveled from Dehli to Tokyo due to a breakdown and changing crews.
A Air India officer acknowledged the event and gave as a reason for the delays air traffic disruptions and flight and duty time restrictions. "AI306 was late and departed for Tokyo at about 5am. First we got disturbances in the plane, then we landed the airliner and arranged another plane for the same use.
Because of the plane exchange we have to switch crews according to the FDTL rule," said the Air India officer. SDINAGAR: The bodies of just one LeT bomber were retrieved from the scene of the meeting in the Pulwama region of Jammu and Kashmir, a policeman said on Saturday, and added that the two others who were said to have been murdered during the surgery were obviously able to get away.
JALANDHAR: Kapurthala PD has contracted 25 illicit agencies in Sultanpur Lodhi, Jalandhar, Begowal and Delhi after it was reported that many Sultanpur Lodhi and Kapurthala youth sent abroad are either stranded on their way to the US or are held in various prisons there.
CHANDIGARH: With a high number of drug-related fatalities in the state this past months, DGP Punjab Suresh Arora on Friday met for seven hours with all I. G. I., policemen, directors, DIGs und DSPs, alongside DGP intelligence and DGP Law and Order at Punjab Policy Academy, Phillaur, to find a way to solve the issue.
AMRITSAR: Akal Takht is concerned about the death toll of narcotics in Punjab and has asked Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh to take specific action and deliver on his election pledges to eradicate the threat of narcotics. JALANDHAR: A day after a female in the Kapurthala Medication De-Addiction Centre claimed to have been drugged by SHO Balbir Singh and his lecturer, Constable Inderjit Singh, Jalandhar Police Commissioner Parveen Sinha ordered a provisional investigation of the issue on Friday.
CHANDIGARH: Junjab will soon join the Union of States relocating plastics routes in the countryside. Following success tests by the PPCB (Punjab Pollution Control Board) on a local highway in Okolaha (Khanna), the PPCB and the PWD will now move 500 km of connecting highways.
THE NEW DELHI: Former Punjab Finance Minister Surinder Singla was incinerated in the crematorium on Lodhi Road on Friday. JALANDHAR: Two weeks after cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu's intervention against illicit structures in the county, up to nine Jalandhar Municipal Corporation officers were ordered to stand down for inspecting abnormalities in colonies/buildings in the county.
BATHINDA: Civilian judge, Junior Division, Ravtesh Inderjit Singh on Friday ordered the SSP to investigate the case after he had registered a case against errant officers in the supposed case of third-degree tortures charged Kulwinder Singh into policing detention. JALANDHAR: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has installed three features of Ludhiana-based business men Rajeev Mehan and Raman Garg for supposedly taking reimbursement of 14 ras e-crore tax on the grounds of falsified deeds.
HURDASPUR: Old hostility was aroused when Cabinet Secretary Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa publicly chastised his fellow MP and Rajya Sabha MP Partap Singh Bajwa in a TV broadcast. BONOHAR: The Nohar-based Additional District and Session Judge in Hanumangarh on Friday denied motions for deposits from three personal physicians detained on 25 June under sections 419 and 420 of the IPC and 15(2) of the Copyright Act.
SECRETHARH SAHIB: A high-profile tragedy was observed in the Sirhind-Fatehgarh Sahib City Councillor's offices on Friday when Sher Singh of SAD declined to meet in the boardroom. AMRITSAR: A four-year-old Varsha was reportedly kidnapped by a pair from Golden Temple Place in the early morning of Friday.
CHANDIGARH: The gasoline dispenser traders are in a handle of apprehension with eight incidents of plundering, snapping or detonating at the gas stations that have occurred in the last two month, even as the Punjab police claimed to be near to resolving all the cases. Phagwara: NRI Surjit Singh (47) from the Italian town Ucha Pind in Phagwara was found murdered in a Goraya room under mystical conditions on Thursday.
BROTHER: The Sriganganagar P.D. on Friday alleged that they ID'd a Jaipur-based medication provider who reportedly attacked an addict in Sriganganagar and Ahas. abovehar: Abhar: Hardeep Singh Sandhu, aka Sandhu Lahoria, from the Dutaranwali community in abovehar, who was recently taken from Mohali to Sriganganagar on orders for manufacture in the context of the recent killing of a historian Vinod Sheoran, aka Jordon, has now been delivered to the Rawatsar policemen (Hanumangarh).
abovehar: On Friday, cops here purported to have confiscated 4,900 habit-forming pills by catching Praveen Kumar from the town of Nakera in the Sangria sector of Hanumangarh. JALANDHAR: A 26-year-old female who charged ferozepur DSP Daljit Singh with drugging her said here in front of the press on Thursday that he had also been raping her.
The Punjab government susposed the officers at the end of the day. AMRITSAR: Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh will present a letter to 3,582 new hired instructors during an event here at Guru Nanak on Friday. After 19 years, Punjab Agriculture Development Bank (PADB) officers arrested another refusenik on Wednesday.
BOHOHAR: On Wednesday the policemen recorded five cases of crimes against trafficked persons in abovehar, riganganagar and hanumangarh. PHAGWARA: A guardian, Jagwinder Singh, is said to have thwarted the attempts of three prisoners to flee the Phagwara detention centre on Wednesday evening. CHANDIGARH: Following the two-part electricity rate - fix costs and floating costs - which will be levied on industry customers from April this year, the government of Punjab's pledge to supply electricity at a rate of 5 SEK per annum is still not fulfilled.
secretarh sahib: Gendarmerie said they had arrested a bunch of car jacks with the arrests of three young people on Thursday. BATHINDA: The BKU Ekta Ugrahan picked up her harna outside the Rampura policestation on Thursday and resolved to burn Gursewak Singh, a peasant from the Dhurkot Lehra community who killed himself on Friday, June 3.