Aapna Punjab, is a non-governmental organization (NGO), that is committed to the socio-economic development of rural backward areas of Punjab via the following initiatives:

English-medium schools
Welfare centers for women
Fight against drugs & AIDS Health Care
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Sat Sri Akal,

Thank you for visiting AapnaPunjab online. I am confident that once you learn about Aapna Punjab’s initiatives to fight social injustice, poverty and the drug menace in Punjab, you will want to join me, and many others like yourself, in “Making a Difference” in the lives of needy Punjabis. Since early 2004, my name has been synonymous with getting the notorious Nihang Ajit Singh Poolha arrested...


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Glut - Untold Story of Punjab (Video), March 2011

Human Rights body seeks Justice for Bihar resident, March 2011

Inerview with Col Sandhu, Nov 2010

Probe attack on Jail premises, Oct 2010

Confusion over concept hampering implementation, July 2010

Lawlessness As Cops’ Hands Tied: Sandhu, Nov 2009

Rein in lower-rung politicians: Col Sandhu to CM, Sept 2009

Cops under pressure, says Majha Front chief, July 2009

Front for Rs 50 lakh relief to victims’ kin, March 2009

Weeding out corrupt politicians, Dec 2008

Poohla Dies, Aug 30, 2008

Taking up the case of Police medal awardees, March 2008

Impact: Adopt Martyr's Daughter, Feb 2008

Col Sandhu on plight of war widows, Jan 2008

Pehowa case: Rape victim threatened, Dec 2007

Mistaken Identity or fake encounter? Sept 2007

Video: Col. Sandhu speaks on Fake Babas (Oct 2006)

Radio interview - On Fake Encounters (May 2007)

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