Ludhiana, December 30, 2012: ARS Group, comprising of 25 artists, is preparing a painting (65ft x 7ft) highlighting issues such as rape, sexual assault and child abuse in the city.
The work was started yesterday after the news of death of the Delhi gang rape victim.
New Delhi, December 30, 2012: "It’s not the death of a girl alone but the death of freedom of movement guaranteed under the Constitution of India. Instead of condolences and prayer, the Government should announce concrete measures to curb such kind of brutal and heinous crime.
Jalandhar, December 29, 2012: Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda inaugurated Rezangla War Memorial in Gurgaon today.
Ludhiana, December 29, 2012: An ideal example of synergy between the Army, Police and eminent citizens was seen at Government College for Girls where they all joined hands to educate and motivate the young girl cadets of NCC attending the 10 days Combined Annual Training Camp being conducted by
Ludhiana, December 29, 2012: Offset Printers’ Association (OPA) distributed the ‘Grant-in-Aid’ to the tune of Rs. 10,07,935 to the delegation which visited DRUPA under the banner of OPA.
This grant was received from the Ministry of MSME under international cooperation scheme.
Ludhiana, December 29, 2012: Significant number of women under the banner of the Rashtriya Hindu Manch under the leadership of its Women Wing president Sunita Sharma took out a peaceful protest march from various parts of the city today, following the receipt of news about the death of a Delhi ga
Ludhiana, December 29, 2012: All responsible citizens of city are very much shocked by the death of Delhi gang rape victim. It is just one more incident exposing ineffective measures to protect rights and dignity of women.
Dharamsala, December 29, 2012: The Himachal Pradesh Minister for Urban Development, Housing and Town and Country Planning, Sudhir Sharma has cancelled tour programme in his constituency, Dharamsala for a day to mark respect to departed soul of the girl ,who lost her life in Singapore Hos
Dharamsala, December 29, 2012: “Stringent laws should be adopted to prevent crime against women and their honour should be protected at every cost. Criminals committing such barbaric crimes should be brought to the book,” said Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh (HP) Virbhadra Singh