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Southasian PULSE Radio Headlines – September 4

In Brampton, on Sunday, two murders took place; Peel Police has arrested suspect in one case The shooting took place in two different areas and Peel ...Full Article

DEO seeks list of schools with single or no teacher

Amritsar, September 3 The education authorities here have asked all heads of government schools in the district to submit list of schools with single or no ...Full Article

Post crackdown, addicts flock to opioid centres in Tarn Taran

Tarn Taran, September 3 Till May 1, Tarn Taran had only 627 registered drug addicts. The number of those undergoing treatment at various centres has risen ...Full Article

Capt meets Gadkari, urges him to expand highways in Punjab

New Delhi, September 4 Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh met Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday and urged him for expansion and upgradation of national ...Full Article

Southasian PULSE Radio Headlines – September 3

Two shooting incidents reported in Brampton left two dead, one injured Peel police says both incidents are connected and both murders says targeted The two murders ...Full Article

Capt calls on Modi

New Delhi: Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Saturday. In a one-line statement, the state government said ...Full Article

Mann spares rebels, targets Badal, Capt

Moga, September 2 Hundreds of AAP volunteers and supporters from across the state, particularly the Malwa belt, on Sunday participated in a rally organised by dissident ...Full Article

Back referendum or forget visits abroad, SFJ warns GK

New Delhi, September 2 The US-based Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), a pro-Khalistan outfit spearheading the Referendum 2020 campaign, has warned that unless the DSGMC supports the ...Full Article

Akali Dal holds statewide protests against Congress ‘conspiracy

HS Phoolka offers to quit as MLA, seeks case against Badal