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
In a bid to keep a check on the law and order situation, the police, as part of the Safe City project, are planning to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras at 102 major points across the city by February 2014.
Even before the shooting starts for Subhash Ghai's film on life and struggle of Sarabjit Singh, a controversy has erupted with a Ludhiana woman, Baljinder Kaur, claiming to be the real sister of the Indian prisoner who was killed in a Pakistan jail, raising an objection.
Though the city police have booked only five ETT teachers for submitting forged documents to secure job in Zila Parishad, Ludhiana, but there are 139 such candidates who tampered with the documents and succeeded in getting jobs.
Not only the employees of Zila Parishad, but officers of other departments also helped some ETT get jobs using forged documents and certificates. Interestingly, the fact was highlighted in 2010 in the preliminary investigations conducted by the then deputy commissioner of Moga.
Policemen from the region have at least one thing in common - most of them think they don't need a valid ticket for travelling in trains. At least six cops have been caught without ticket in past four days in different trains.
Even after three years of having received a complaint from a Ludhiana-based model-turned doctor, the local police have failed to nab a conman who cheated a number of women using the doctor's photograph.
The Ludhiana police claim to have solved the rape case involving the two-year-old girl with the arrest of her neighbour. After raping and dumping the victim girl on Jassian Road, the accused had come back and started living normally to avert the attention of the police.
The gangrape of a two-year-old girl has not only put the police in a tizzy but also left parents of minors feeling insecure about their children's safety. Meanwhile, the Ludhiana police, who have been failed to trace two such cases, are again under fire.
After making it to British and Canadian parliaments, Punjabis have now made their presence felt in the Australian elections. Jagjit Singh 'Jag' Chugha (39), who migrated from Moga in 1976, has become the first Punjabi to contest as well as win the federal elections Down Under.
Ludhiana Management Association on Tuesday organised a lecture on India-China-Pakistan: Security issues today. General VP Malik former chief of Indian Army delivered the lecture on the topic.
The viscera-analysis report of NRI Kevin Jassal (20) is in, and a case of murder is registered against unidentified people after the cause of death has come out to be poisoning instead of drug overdose.
Updated on Aug 25, 2013 11:52 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByTarsem Singh Deogan Tarsem Singh Deogan, Ludhiana
Unable avail medical treatment for her newborn daughter, the mother reportedly left her on a road in front of Satyam Hospital. As the locals sounded the Division Number 3 police, they reached the scene and took custody of the child.
Taking the congnisance of the growing incidents of illegal sand mining across Punjab, the Punjab government has formed a special investigation team (SIT) to look into the matter to clamp down the unlawful practice in the state.
After making it to Britain and Canadian parliaments, Punjabis are making their presence felt even in the Australian elections. Jagjit Singh “Jag” Chugha (39) is first Punjabi to stand in the contest coming up on September 7 for key parliamentary positions Down Under.
With the matter of illegal detention and thrashing of a nine-year-old in PAU police station still under investigation, the Ludhiana police earned another controversy when a video recording showing a cop accepting bribe in Ladhowal police station came out in the open.
The 1992-batch assistant sub-inspectors (ASIs), who have filed a writ in the Punjab and Haryana high court in 2009, seeking enforcement of seniority list in promotions, termed the Punjab government promoting 1,300 police personnel as contempt of the court's directions.
Cases concerning non-resident Indians (NRIs) will be probed only by gazetted officers. The decision was taken by the Punjab government, which brought about certain amendments in rules following recommendations of the NRI commission.
Around 250 police officers' wait for their good work to be recognised by the department seems endless. These officers, from across the state, have been nominated for the commendation disc by their superiors for extraordinary work. But, their files have been lying pending with the director general of police (DGP) office for at least over two years.
The Chhapra mid-day meal tragedy that claimed the lives of 23 children has brought a ray of hope for city-based Vinod Kumar, who has been struggling to locate his abducted son for the past five years.
Manoj Kumar Singh, who had allegedly kidnapped his daughter and son on July 25 with an intention to sell them off, has demanded money from his wife Renu to release the children.Renu informed the police that her husband took the children to their village in Bahraich in Uttar Pradesh.
Two days after the case of an alcoholic and a drug addict father, who had allegedly abducted his two children with an intention of selling them off, came to light, the police swung into action. The police approached migrant labourer Manoj Kumar Singh's wife Renu and recorded her statement on Saturday.
Migrant labourer Manoj Kumar Singh (33), a drug addict and an alcoholic, allegedly abducted his eight-year-old son and two-year-old daughter on Thursday with the intention of selling them off for money. His wife Renu (31), who is physically handicapped, lodged a complaint with the police post, Tajpur road, but no action has been taken so far.
Over a year after the murder of Gurvinder Singh alias Bunty Bajwa, the court has declared Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Baljinder Singh alias Gogi and nambardar Davinder Singh alias Gogi proclaimed offenders (POs).
The family of murdered assistant sub-inspector (ASI) Gurdial Singh Bajwa has sought capital punishment for his killers, even as his widow Rajpal Kaur said she wanted to shoot them for having ruined her life.
The police have rounded up a printing press owner on the charge of preparing and providing fake police identity cards to the accused in the Manish Barara kidnapping case.
Two months after the murder of Sarabjit Singh in a Pakistani jail, a woman, Baljinder Kaur, has brought him alive in a controversy by claiming to be his real sister. She also claims to have organised his bhog ceremony attended in a gurdwara here by his siblings and close relatives only.
Police commissioner Paramjit Singh Gill on Friday marked an inquiry into the mysterious disappearance of a 20-year-old woman who was allegedly rounded up by police on June 16.
Residents of the city are least bothered about following traffic rules and hardly want to learn about it, say students of Vmad (we making a difference) in their feedback to the traffic wing of the Ludhiana police commissionerate.
After a four-month-long inquiry, the Ludhiana police on Thursday booked Punjabi singer Nachhatar Gill and his three accomplices for rape, issuing threats and making obscene video of an aspiring model. Tarsem Singh Deogan reports.
First the domestic T20 tournament and now the ICC Champions Trophy - the betting racket busted on Friday night continued to do brisk business even though the now infamous T20 tournament ended in the last week of May.