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Punjab AAP set up five member coordination committee to reach out dissenting MPs, MLAs

CHANDIGARH:  The AAP core committee today held its meeting here under the chairmanship of Principal Budh Singh and took important decisions to strengthen the party base in Punjab.

Save daughters from BJP minister: Rahul

SHEOPUR( MADHYA PRADESH): Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday took a dig at the BJPs slogan of "Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao" and said it should be "BJP ke Mantri se Beti Bachao", as Prime Minister Narendra Modi continued his silence over charges of sexual harassment made against his Union Minister M.J.Akbar.

Punjab govt wary of opening Pandora’s box by summoning ex-DGP Saini in graft case involving “conman” Amandeep Skoda

 CHANDIGARH: Even as the state vigilance bureau (VB) is likely to summon former Punjab director general of police (DGP) Sumedh Singh Saini in a graft case involving “conman” Amandeep Skoda, the government is treading cautiously as the case may open Pandora’s box, with Skoda allegedly having close ties with many top-rank police officials.

Amarinder Singh hits back at radicals, says won’t allow them to disturb peace

CHANDIGARH: A day after radical Sikh organisations called Captain Amarinder Singh a “coward” while addressing a gathering at Bargari, the Punjab chief minister on Monday warned hardliners against trying to “disturb peace in Punjab”.

BJP has 'taken' 2 Goa Congress MLAs: Official

PANAJI:  In a fresh twist to the ongoing saga of political instability in Goa, two Congress MLAs who left the coastal state for Delhi late on Monday, may have been "taken" by the BJP, Congress leader A. Chellakumar said here on Tuesday.

Sundar Pichai publicly addresses Google's China-centric plans

SAN FRANCISCO:  Google CEO Sundar Pichai has for the first time gone public about his company's China-centric plans and has stressed on its need to re-enter the Asian nation that has the world's largest population, a media report said.

Manvendra all set to join Congress on Wednesday

NEW DELHI:  Former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh's son Manvendra Singh, who quit the Bharatiya Janata Party in September, is likely to join the Congress on Wednesday, Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee chief Sachin Pilot said on Tuesday.

Media distorted my words: Tharoor

NEW DELHI: Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has accused the media of distorting his words vis-a-vis the Ram temple issue and stressed that whatever he said was his personal opinion and not his partys.

Rahul should apologize, sack Sidhu for his anti-south remarks: BJP

NEW DELHI: Accusing the Congress of turning itself into an organisation with an anti-India mindset, the BJP on Monday sought an apology from its President Rahul Gandhi and sacking of Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu for his analogy between visiting Pakistan and south India.

Capt Amarinder Singh Govt extending undue benefits to private power companies on footsteps of Badals

CHANDIGARH: Harpal Singh Cheema AAP MLA and leader of Opposition in Punjab today took strong notice of payment of Rs.4000 crores undue payment to the private power companies by Capt Amarinder Singh Government and on the other side putting more burden on the power consumers.

Modi doesn't care for farmers: Rahul

DATIA (MADHYA PRADESH): Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday hit out at Narendra Modi, accusing the Prime Minister of insulting the people of India.

Rahul prays at Pitambara Peeth in MP

BHOPAL: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday started his two-day tour of the Gwalior-Chambal region in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh after offering prayers at the Pitambara Peeth temple in Datia district.

Thousands of Sikh paid tributes to Behbal Kalan martyrs

BARGARI(Faridkot): Thousands of Sikhs on Sunday paid tributes to two young Sikh martyrs killed in police firing in Behbal Kalan where Sikhs were protesting against sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib in Bargari. It was third anniversary of martyrs.

Phoolka has gone by his conscience to resign, let five Congress ministers also follow the suit: Cheema

CHANDIGARH: Harpal Singh Cheema Leader of Opposition today challenged the five Congress ministers to resign fron their posts for failure of Capt Amarinder Singh Government in taking action against the accused of Bargari and Behbal Kalan firing. He said that AAP MLA H.S.Phoolka has listened to the voice of his conscience and resigned from Vidhan Sabha.

Capt Amarinder Singh Govt extending undue benefits to private power companies on footsteps of Badals

CHANDIGARH: Harpal Singh Cheema AAP MLA and leader of Opposition in Punjab today took strong notice of payment of Rs.4000 crores undue payment to the private power companies by Capt Amarinder Singh Government and on the other side putting more burden on the power consumers.

Congress's Ramdayal Uike joins BJP in Chhattisgarh

RAIPUR: In a major shock to the Congress, party Chhattisgarh Working President and former MLA from Pali-Tanakhar Ramdayal Uike joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday.

Will soon arrive at Sabarimala: Gender activist Trupti Desai

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Amidst strong sentiments against the Supreme Court's verdict allowing women in the 10-50 age group into the Sabarimala Temple in Kerala, gender equality activist Trupti Desai said on Saturday that she was still determined to visit it.

Dalit activist Teltumbde targets Modi, Rahul

PANAJI: Dalit activist Anil Teltumbde, whose campus residence in Goa was raided as part of the Pune police probe into violence at Bhima Koregaon in August this year, alleged on Friday that "whenever Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity declines, the police discover a plot to assassinate him".

Resignation by Niranjan Singh exposed nexus between Modi, Captain and Badal: Cheema

CHANDIGARH: Harpal Singh Cheema AAP MLA and leader of opposition in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha today alleged that state and central investigative agencies in drug smuggling case against former SAD minister Bikram Singh Majithia were under consistent pressure to save the guilty.

Attack on migrants BJP conspiracy, sack Rupani: Congress

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Friday alleged that the attacks on north Indian migrants in Gujarat was in pursuance of a conspiracy by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to hide its failures both at the Centre and the state and demanded the sacking of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.

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