HARDEEP SINGH

  • India end campaign without any medal in Wrestling World Championship September 14, 2014

    Tashkent: Indian wrestlers drew a blank in the FILA World Championship as they ended their campaign with a listless show on the final day of the competition with three of them crashing out in the initial rounds of their respective GrecoRoman bouts on Sunday. Both K K Yadav (GrecoRoman 71kg) and...
  • Ranji Trophy quarters: Rasool takes five as PunjabJ and K match heads for close finish January 10, 2014

    Vadodara: Jammu and Kashmir skipper Parvez Rasool continued his brilliant allround performance with a fivewicket haul as their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal match seemed headed for an exciting finish with Punjab leaving them with a target of 324 for a historic victory. At stumps, J&K were 77 for two needing another 247...
  • Ponty Chadha's security man shoots himself March 1, 2013

    Gurgaon: A personal security officer (PSO) of murdered liquor baron Ponty Chadha, deployed at his farmhouse in Delhi's Chhattarpur area, has committed suicide by shooting himself in his house in Gurgaon, police said on Thursday. Rakesh Yadav, 36, a resident of Sanjay village under Civil Lines police station, late on Wednesday...
  • 'UN mission in Kashmir can be terminated only by UNSC' January 23, 2013

    United Nations: As India and Pakistan clashed in the Security Council over relevance of the UN observer group at the LoC, a spokesperson for UN chief Ban Kimoon said the force can be terminated only by a decision of the 15nation body. The United Nations Military Observer Group in India and...
  • Ponty murder: Namdhari, others in jail till Jan 24 January 11, 2013

    New Delhi: The judicial custody of sacked Uttarakhand minority panel chief S S Namdhari and nine others, arrested for their alleged role in the murder of liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother, was extended on Friday till January 24 by a Delhi court. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Mukesh Kumar...
  • PontyHardeep murders: Namdhari's judicial custody to end December 27, 2012

    New Delhi: The judicial custody of sacked Uttarakhand minority panel chief SS Namdhari and his PSO Sachin Tyagi, who were arrested for their alleged roles in the Ponty Chadha shootout case, will end on Thursday. A Delhi police team had picked up Namdhari from his farmhouse at Bazpur in Udhamsinghnagar district...
  • India's UNSC term set to end, confident of returning soon December 21, 2012

    United Nations: The end of 2012 will see India complete an eventful twoyear term as a nonpermanent member of the UN Security Council, leaving the hightable of the world body with confidence of returning "very" soon having established its credentials as a dominant global power. India joined the 15nation Council in...
  • India for zero tolerance towards genderbased violence December 1, 2012

    United Nations: India has called for "zero tolerance" towards genderbased violence as it noted that protection of human rights of women in armed conflict continues to pose a "pressing" challenge. "The promotion and protection of the human rights of women and girls in armed conflict continue to pose a pressing...
  • Police likely to seek further custody of Namdhari November 29, 2012

    New Delhi: Former Uttarakhand minorities commission head Sukhdev Singh Namdhari will be produced in a Delhi court on Wednesday after his fiveday police custody ends. Namdhari is accused in a case related to the double murder of liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep. Delhi Police is likely to...
  • PontyHardeep murders: Search on for Namdhari's son November 28, 2012

    New Delhi: The noose is tightening around sacked Uttarakhand Minorities Commission chief Sukhdev Singh Namdhari's son, maternal uncle and driver in the twin murder case of liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep Singh at a farmhouse in Delhi's Chhatarpur area. The police suspect that the Namdhari's son...
  • Ponty planned to occupy the farmhouse: Namdhari November 26, 2012

    New Delhi: Sukhdev Singh Namdhari has claimed that the plans to take over the Chhatarpur farmhouse from Hardeep Singh had been hatched several days in advance by liquor baron by Ponty Chadha. Delhi Police took Namdhari, who was brought to Delhi from Uttarakhand, to the farmhouse where the two brothers...
  • PontyHardeep murders: SS Namdhari arrested November 23, 2012

    New Delhi: Sacked Uttarakhand Minorities Commission chairman Sukhdev Singh Namdhari has been arrested on the charges of trespassing in the double murder case of liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep Singh by Delhi Police on Friday. Namdhari, who was a close aide of Ponty Chadha, was present at...
  • Ponty Chadha murder: Police probe conspiracy angle November 21, 2012

    New Delhi: Delhi Police are now investigating the conspiracy angle in the double murder of liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep Singh. On Tuesday, four people including Ponty Chadha's two guards were arrested and it is becoming increasingly clear that if the police had act on time...
  • India to showcase Aakash tablet at UN November 3, 2012

    United Nations: India will showcase its lowcost Aakash tablet at the UN, highlighting the country's innovation involved in creating the "most competitively priced" tablet computer. India's Permanent Representative to the UN Hardeep Singh Puri said a presentation on the tablet will be held on November 28 at the world body's...
  • India seeks membership of Nexport control regimes April 22, 2012

    United Nations: Citing its nonproliferation record, India told the UN Security Council that given its ability and willingness to promote global nonproliferation objectives, its membership of the four nuclear export control regimes should be "the next logical step." India's Permanent Representative to the UN Hardeep Singh Puri said India has...
  • India contributes over $ 4 million to UN fund March 31, 2012

    United Nations: India has given over $ four million to the UN Democracy Fund (UNDEF), bringing to nearly $ 30 million its total contribution to the entity launched in 2005 by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the then US President George Bush for promotion of democratic values. India's Permanent Representative to...
  • India worried about violence in Ivory Coast April 11, 2011

    Boston: India has expressed worry over the events unfolding in the Ivory Coast, saying the situation in the West African country is deteriorating "by the hour" and hoped that a solution would be worked out between the warring factions. "We are extremely worried about the unfolding situation (in Cote d'Ivoire)," India's...
  • India's envoy to the United Nations calls for terror treaty October 9, 2009

    New Delhi: Expressing concern after the second attack on the Indian embassy in Afghanistan on Thursday, India's envoy to the United Nations Hardeep Singh Puri has asked world leaders to negotiate an international treaty to tackle terrorism. Puri emphasised on the need to strengthen the legal framework in the fight against...
  • Indian flavour: Three authors and a judge at the Bookers September 7, 2008

    London: Three Indian authors are on the Booker Dozen or the Longlist for this years Man Booker Prize. Amitav Ghosh, Arvinda Alaga and Salman Rushdie. However, this time around there's another Indian connection Hardeep Singh Kohli who is on the panel of judges. "Of the many things you do...