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Philip Kotler congratulates PM Modi for Presidential award

NEW DELHI:  Philip Kotler, an American marketing author, consultant, and professor on Tuesday congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi after Congress President Rahul Gandhi mocked him for being awarded the Philip Kotler Presidential award.

Rahul mocks Modi over Kotler award, Irani hits back

 NEW DELHI: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday mocked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for getting the Philip Kotler Presidential award, saying the award was so famous that it has no jury.

‘Very dangerous mistake to ignore us’: Congress on proposed Akhilesh Yadav-Mayawati alliance

NEW DELHI: Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav and BSP chief Mayawati will on Saturday announce their alliance for the Lok Sabha polls, appearing set to keep the Congress out of the pact in Uttar Pradesh.

Punjab CM administers oath of office to newly elected Panchs, Sarpanchs of Patiala and Fatehgarh Sahib

PATIALA:  Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday administered the oath of office and DAPO to the newly elected Panches, Sarpanches, Zila Parishad and Block Samiti members of Patiala and Fatehgarh Sahib districts, with a call to make their respective villages drugs-free while ensuring holistic development of their regions.

Australia to play 2 T20Is, 5 ODIs in India

MUMBAI: Australia will begin their India tour with a Twenty20 International (T20I) in Bengaluru on February 24 and will also play five ODIs from March 2, it was announced on Thursday.

Back in charge of CBI, Alok Verma scraps transfer orders of interim director

NEW DELHI: Reinstated Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Alok Verma wasted no time on his first day back at work on Wednesday after a forced 77-day leave of absence, and promptly scrapped all but one of the transfer orders issued by interim director M Nageswara Rao.

Relieved to see killer of Sikhs Sajjan Kumar landing in jail: Dal Khalsa

CHANDIGARH: Welcoming convicted Congress leader Sajjan Kumar landing in jail for life for committing inhuman crimes, the Dal Khalsa, in a a statement hoped to see all conspirators of the November 1984 killings brought to justice in 2019.

Won't tolerate any bid to create communal rift , will deal with such attempts with iron hand, warns capt Amarinder

FATEHGARH SAHIB:  Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday warned that his government will not tolerate any attempt to create a rift between communities and will deal with anyone trying to disturb the state’s secular fabric with an iron hand.
In an informal interaction with mediapersons on the second day of the 3-day Shaheedi Jor Mel here this morning, the Chief Minister said the Sikh religion propagated communal harmony, which nobody would be allowed to disturb. Recalling the supreme sacrifice of 10th Sikh Guru Gobind Singh ji’s youngest sons, Sahibzada Zorawar Singh and Sahibzada Fateh Singh, and his mother, Mata Gujri, Captain Amarinder said the peace for which they laid their lives would be sustained at all costs.

Two Akali Dal activists arrested for vandalising Rajiv Gandhi statute

CHANDIGARH:  A day after the vandalisation of the statute of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, two activists of the youth wing of the opposition Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) have been arrested by the Punjab Police in Ludhiana, police said on Wednesday.

Capt Amarinder seeks apology from Sukhbir Badal for Akali workers vandalising Rajiv Gandhi's statue in Ludhiana

CHANDIGARH: Strongly condemning the vandalisation of Rajiv Gandhi's statue by workers of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) in Ludhiana, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday asked SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal to stop indulging in petty politics, warning him that such acts would backfire on his party in the coming Lok Sabha elections.

I am ready: AAP’s Alka Lamba agrees to resign over resolution over 1984 anti-Sikh riots

NEW DEILHI:  Senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Alka Lamba was asked to resign from the party on Friday after a controversy erupted over a resolution in the Delhi Assembly seeking withdrawal of the Bharat Ratna awarded to former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi.

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Dal Khalsa welcomes court verdict against Sajjan Kumar

AMRITSAR: Dal Khalsa has also welcomed the verdict against Sajjan Kumar. "No doubt, the verdict is a big relieve to victims and a hope for justice seekers. However, while treading cautiously we had decided to welcome the verdict the day Sajjan Kumar will land in jail", said the party Spokesman Kanwarpal Singh.

Modi wishes Sonia on her birthday

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday extended his greetings to former Congress President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi.

SIT formed by government on 84 riots put balm on victims: BJP

NEW DELHI:  Expressing "satisfaction" over a trial court judgement awarding death penalty to a convict and life imprisonment to another in a case pertaining to the 1984 killing of Sikhs, the BJP on Wednesday said the SIT formed by its government at the Centre was responsible for the convictions.

Trainer aircraft crashes near Hyderabad

HYDERABAD: A trainee pilot escaped with minor injuries as a trainer aircraft he was flying crashed on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Wednesday, police said.

Rajinikanth’s sharp criticism of notes ban sparks buzz about ties with BJP

CHENNAI: Matinee icon Rajinikanth, who announced his political plunge last year, has often been accused by his rivals of leaning towards the BJP. On Monday, the actor-politician, however, appeared to spring a surprise with his criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s notes ban decision.

More than 60 Punjab players recommended for Maharaja Ranjit Singh awards: Rana Sodhi

CHANDIGARH: “The Punjab Government accords top priority to the upgradation and development of the sports infrastructure in order to achieve the target of making Punjab once again the occupier of numero uno position as well as promulgating measures aimed at the creation of congenial environment for players to focus upon their game. It is with this strategy in mind that the sports policy was brought into force this year and keeping precisely the benefit of players in mind that the system of ‘Maharaja Ranjit Singh Awards’ was instituted.”

Seeking its intervention, Dal Khalsa urges UN to wake up to reality that India-a land hate-filled

AMRITSAR: Terming the November 1984 massacre a watershed in Indo-Sikh relations, the Dal Khalsa said this November marks the year when Sikhs will actively pursue the UN and world power, who have remained oblivious to Sikh yearning for justice and under Indian pressure ignored to admonish India for the Delhi carnage. 

Dal Khalsa to hold 'Mashaal March' on Nov 3 against 34-year impunity to perpetrators of Nov 84 pogrom

AMRITSAR: Observing the 34th genocidal day of Nov 1984 killings, the Dal Khalsa will hold a 'Mashaal (Torch) March' at Amritsar on Nov 3. The march will start from Bhandari bridge and culminate at Darbar Sahib where candlelight vigil will be observed in the evening outside the gurdwara precincts.

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