Tarsem Singh Deogan is a senior reporter at Ludhiana. He has 16 years of experience in journalism. He has covered all beats and now focuses on crime reporting.
Articles by Tarsem Singh Deogan
After the vigilance bureau (VB) arrested the former food and civil supplies and consumer affairs minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu in the case, ED asked the bureau to handover documents and other details to them
The key accused in planting an improvised explosive device (IED) under the car of sub-inspector Dilbagh Singh in Amritsar on August 15, was brought by CIA staff-2 of Ludhiana police on production warrant from Amritsar Jail for questioning on Tuesday
The Punjab government has accorded prosecution sanction against former food supplies minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu in the alleged ₹2,000 crore food grain transportation scam.
The Khanna police are in ‘double trouble’ after lodging an FIR against two members of a family for beating the third one after taking suo motu action.
Inspector Beant Juneja, in-charge at CIA staff 2, said with the help of Mohalla presidents, they had identified drug addicts from Tibba, Punjabi Bagh Colony, EWS Colony and Ghoda Colony in Ludhiana
On how he became part of the drug peddlers’ gang, the SI, who was arrested in Ludhiana with 846g heroin on November 22, said that during his tenure as Lasada police post in-charge, he had arrested Kaur for peddling drugs. Later, he joined her gang to fund his addiction.
Case registered in Ludhiana after video on social media shows him threatening Punjab Congress chief Raja Warring for objecting to him and his aides flaunting weapons
Mini-mobile phones, smaller than size of index finger, have become a headache for the jail staff these days while 4,000 mobile phones have been recovered in last 6 months in Punjab
As per the new orders, police personnel will have to take transit remand of the accused to get them tested for HIV, hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), tuberculosis (TB) and diabetes before they can be sent to judicial custody.
Terrorist Harvinder Singh alias Rinda, who reportedly died at a hospital in Pakistan’s Lahore during treatment for drug overdose, was wanted by Khanna police in separate cases for the murder of a sarpanch and supplying weapons to gangsters
As many as 2,500 confirmed assistant sub-inspectors (ASIs) serving in Ludhiana police have sent a representation to Director General of Police (DGP) Gaurav Yadav through police commissioner Mandeep Singh Sidhu seeking a local rank promotion to the post of sub-inspector
In a bid to crackdown on drugs, director general of police (DGP) Gaurav Yadav led raids in different narcotic hotspots across the city, but failed to take peddlers by surprise
Cops had issued the helpline number 78370-18501 in June as part of their crackdown against drug peddling, asking residents to share photographs and videos of suspects.
Punjab food grain transportation scam: Vigilance bureau files chargesheet against ex-minister Ashu, 2 others
The chargesheet filed in the court of additional district and sessions judge, Ludhiana, Ajit Atri comprises 91 pages of details of findings
As per the report, of the 8,807 people arrested by Ludhiana police in 2021 in 7,066 cases, 246 (2.79%) were above the age of 60. Of this, 238 were male and eight were female
Ludhiana police commissioner Kaustubh Sharma said Kulwinder’s wife Amritpal Kaur is facing trial in a case registered against her under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act at Mohali in 2018
No FIR over threat calls: Irked right-wing leader in Ludhiana offers to give up security cover, bulletproof jacket
To protest against police not lodging an FIR over threat calls he has been receiving for the past year, Yogesh Bakshi, president of Shiv Sena (Bharatvanshi), offered to give up his security cover and bulletproof jacket on Monday
In a video, Gopal Singh Chawla, a pro-Khalistan leader hidden in Pakistan had threatened to kill Hindu outfit leader Amit Arora and Congress leader Gursimran Singh Mand
Ludhiana police have started a drive to crack down on underage driving and issued 215 challans against violators in the past three days; as part of the initiative, police have decided to strictly implement provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act
The helpline number — 181 and a WhatsApp number — 7696181181 were launched recently; couples facing threats can also contact the police at e-mail email@example.com for help
The drop in cybercrime cases is in line with a downward trend being recorded in such crimes in the last three years in Ludhiana
In 2020, total 59 juveniles were found involved in 36 criminal cases, including murder, drug peddling, sexual assault and abduction, while in 2021, as many as 51 children were booked in 38 cases in Ludhiana
With 283 cases of crime against juveniles, Ludhiana is on the top spot in the state followed by Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar (Mohali) and Patiala, shows the NCRB data
National Crime Record Bureau’s 2021 data: Ludhiana second unsafest in Punjab despite 17.85% drop in murders
A total of 46 murder cases were reported in the Ludhiana in 2021, 10 fewer than 2020’s figure of 56; only second to Amritsar rural’s 55
Punjab chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said the Aam Aadmi Party government will overhaul the entire system in the state to ensure its progress and prosperity of people
The supporters of Bains and his arch rival Kamaljit Karwal of Congress had allegedly clashed in Atam Nagar constituency of Ludhiana on February 7, ahead of Punjab assembly polls.
Congress member of parliament from Ludhiana Ravneet Singh Bittu said the AAP government has no evidence against the Congress leaders, and the release of Sunny Bhalla is an example of the same
Ludhiana member Parliament Ravneet Singh Bittu went live on his official Facebook page on Thursday and levelled allegations against the Aam Aadmi Party government and vigilance bureau of implicating Congress leaders falsely
Currently on a 13-day police remand, Lawrence Bishnoi is scheduled to be produced before the court on October 12. Ludhiana police are currently questioning him at the Joint interrogation centre,
After Bittu and Ludhiana youth congress president Rajiv Raja filed complaints, police investigation found that the cellular number from which the calls were made was from Iran.