09 Oct 2015
Chandigarh: Rail and road services were severely hit in Punjab yesterday due to an agitation by farmers who decided to extend it for two more days even as Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal said the state government was ready to accept every genuine demands.
07 Oct 2015
Mumbai: Mumbai coach Chandrakant Pandit is optimistic of the 40-time Ranji Trophy winners' chances against a strong Punjab outfit in the second round Group B game commencing at the Wankhede Stadium here on October 8 after the team's poor show against Andhra.
05 Oct 2015
Mohali: Left-arm spinner Varun Khanna registered his best first-class bowling figures to guide Punjab to an emphatic innings victory over Railways in their opening Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match yesterday.
02 Oct 2015
Chandigarh: BJP yesterday appealed to the people of Bihar living in various parts of Punjab to ensure its victory in upcoming Bihar polls.
28 Sep 2015
Chandigarh: Harbhajan Singh will lead the Punjab Cricket Association squad in the upcoming Ranji Trophy season while his long time India teammate Yuvraj Singh has been named the vice-captain.
26 Aug 2015
Amsterdam: Twitter has released a new feature that allows the users to receive desktop notifications for direct messages on web.
27 Sep 2015
Pune: The agitating Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) students today called off their 18- day-old "hunger strike" in response to the government's communication inviting them for a dialogue to resolve their demands at a meeting slated for September 29 in Mumbai.
28 Aug 2015
Amsterdam: WhatsApp has released an update of its app for Android with a many useful new features giving the users better control over notifications from individual contacts.
25 Jul 2012
Punjab Government has decided to get the Ordinary and Extra-ordinary gazette notifications published in its own printing press at Mohali.
30 Sep 2015
New Delhi: State-run lenders Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda and Oriental Bank of Commerce have trimmed their base or minimum lending rates by up to 0.40 percent in response to RBI's policy rate cut.