UK girl’s organs removed for pathology tests: Doctors
Patiala : A day after the parents of a British schoolgirl Gurkiren Kaur Loyal alleged in the British media that their daughter could have been “murdered by medics in India intent on harvesting her organs,” doctors who conducted the postmortem admitted that the girl’s vital organs were removed. But this was done only to ascertain the cause of the death.
US court reserves verdict in case against Badal
Washington : A court in Wisconsin has reserved its decision in the alleged human rights violation case against Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal after completing the hearing in the matter.
Memorial row: Sikh clergy to meet today
Amritsar : The Sikh clergy will meet here tomorrow to deliberate on the Operation Bluestar Memorial controversy that has brought the SGPC and the Damdami Taksal at loggerheads.
Britain starts one-day visa for Indians
Britain has launched a new 'superpriority' same-day visa service for urgent travellers from India, the first-of-of-its-kind service to be launched by the UK anywhere in the world.
Slew of decisions to benefit NRIS
CHANDIGARH: Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Tuesday announced a slew of incentives for non-resident Indians (NRIs) to address their grievances and attract their investment.
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