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SAD delegation to call on Union HM on Sikh issues: Release documents on Op Bluestar

Raj Nath Singh  to ask the Govt of India to release  the secret documents pertaining to the tragic army  assault on  Sachkhand Sri Harmandar Sahib and other sacred Sikh shrines in June 1984 in addition to securing documents from the UK government regarding the role of the government f that country in this tragedy.

Delegation of Akali Dal ignored the plight of SC’s in Punjab while meeting PM: Kainth

CHANDIGARH:  A delegation led by Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal and Harsimrat Kaur Badal met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ‘While the meeting was held to discuss various issues like crop support prices, exemption of GST on ‘Langar’, loan relief for farmers etc, the delegation forgot to discuss about issues of the scheduled castes community in Punjab.

Shiromani Akali Dal delegation meets PM, thanks him for CGST exemption on 'Langar'

CHANDIGARH: A delegation of the Shiromani Akali Dal led by the party president Sukhbir Singh Badal today called on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the latter’s New Delhi  residence this morning to express thanks for the Union  the government’s “unprecedented and decisive” initiative in exempting Guru Ka Langar (Community Kitched) from the GST regime, and to draw the PM’s  attention to several issues concerning the people of Punjab.

Amit Shah cancelled Chandigarh sector 34 Gurdwara visit after Sikhs protest GST on Langar

CHANDIGARH: Faced with protest by Sikhs, BJP president Amit Shah who was here today to hold a political meeting with SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal and former CM Parkash Singh Badal had cancelled his scheduled visit to Gurdawara Sector 34 here.

Jakhar reminded Badals to take up issues of of Punjab when Amit shah meets them tomorrow

CHANDIGARH: Describing BJP president Amit Shah’s tomorrow’s scheduled meeting with them as a golden opportunity to make amends for failing to secure the interests of Punjab with the Centre, Punjab Congress Chief Sunil Jakhar on Wednesday said the Badals should thank Congress president Rahul Gandhi for reminding the BJP of the importance of their allies.

DSGMC President Manjit Singh GK leads deputation to Shillong, seeks protection of Sikhs

CHANDIGARH: Manjit Singh GK President of SAD(Badal) Delhi and also President of Delhi Gurdawara Management Committee (DSGMC) today reached Shillong in Meghalaya alongwith a deputation of Delhi Sikh leaders including Manjinder Singh Sirsa and Gurjit Singh Bhogal.

Attacks on Sikhs in BJP ruled Meghalaya: Curfew imposed in Shillong

SHILLONG: The miscreants attacked Sikh community members and burnt their houses in Shillong in BJP ruled Meghlaya in the northeast. The police had failed to controkl the mob violence that let to imposition of curfew. The minority Sikhs defended themselves when 200 strong mob backed by certain local BJP leaders attacked Sikh colony.

‘Jatt Vs IELTS’ is a Comedy Film Every Punjabi Will Definitely Relate To

CHANDIGARH: Sarson De Khet may be the traditional attraction of Punjab but it is IELTS coaching centres you’ll find at every corner nowadays. Punjabis are crazy about settling down in foreign. Canada or ‘Kaneda’ as it is pronounced in Punjab, is like a second home to them. People go above and beyond their means to send at least one family member to Canada. Ask a young Punjabi boy his dream in life and his answer will be ‘Settling down in Foreign’ for sure. ‘Jatt Vs IELTS’, an upcoming Punjabi film, will be a fun take on this craze.

Sukhbir Badal thanks party rank and file for tireless work in Shahkot by-poll

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today thanked the party rank and file for working tirelessly to retain the party vote share in the Shahkot by-election to emerge as the principal opposition party.

Capt Amarinder hails Shahkot Victory as vindication of his government's poliies

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has hailed the Congress victory in the Shahkot bypoll, with which the party now has two-thirds majority in the Vidhan Sabha, as vindication of the government’s people-centric policies, marking the total rejection of the negative, divisive and toxic politics of SAD and complete decimation of AAP.

Capt. Amarinder Singh not savior of Waters of Punjab but those who pollute it: AAP

Condemning Punjab govt. action to prevent leader of opposition Sukhpal Singh Khaira to reach Dhardeo drain at village Buttar Sivian, the Aam Aadmi Party on Monday accused Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh of siding with those who have polluted the waters of Punjab. Terming Capt. Amarinder as 'Savior of water polluters' AAP announced its fight against liquor mafia and to take the battle to the logical end.

Sukhbir Badal calls Beas river tragedy, "ecological massacre"

CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal president and former Deputy Chief Minister, Punjab, S Sukhbir Singh Badal today accused the Punjab government of “patronizing an environmental massacre in Punjab by turning a blind eye to the massive and man-made ecological disaster
caused by the Chadha Sugar Industries and owners of the distillery.”

Sukhbir Badal demands judicial probe into brutal murder of girl,a promising Kabaddi player

CHANDIGARH: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today demanded a judicial probe into the brutal murder of Kabaddi sportsperson Lakshmi Devi, saying the district police was siding with goons at the instance of Congress leaders leading to barbaric acts of violence against small the marginal farmers.

No objection to para-military deployment for Shahkot by-poll: Punjab CM

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday welcomed the suggestion for deployment of paramilitary forces for the Shahkot bypoll, saying it would deprive the Opposition, particularly the Akalis, of the chance to accuse the state government of interference in the wake of their imminent defeat in the election.

Capt Amarinder lashes out at Akalis for spreading canard over history syllabus

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday lashed out at the Akalis and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for spreading a canard over the issue of school History books and urged the people of Shahkot to vote for the betterment of their area and the state.

Rana Sodhi exhorts sports officers and coaches to help Punjab to Nummero Uno position in sports

MOHALI: Punjab Sports Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi, who is a former international shooter, today took stock of the sports facilities at two sports stadiums in Sector-78 and Sector-63 and the Punjab Institute of Sports (PIS). During his visit to Sector-78 stadium the minister met all the District Sports Officers (DSOs) and coaches.

Senior Congress leader Rajinder Deepa joins SAD along with supporters

Senior Congress leader and former PPCC general secretary Rajinder Deepa today joined the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) along with a huge number of his supporters in the presence of SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal here.

Punjab CM announces 6-member oversight committee to examine history syllabus

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday announced the constitution of a 6-member Oversight Committee, headed by eminent historian Prof. Kirpal Singh, to examine the recommendations of the 2014 panel that had reviewed the History syllabus and to oversee all history books in the future.

Sukhbir Badal asks Punjab CM to restore all chapters of Sikh Gurus in 12th class history book

CHANDIGARH: The SAD president and former Punjab Deputy CM, Sukhbir Singh Badal today reiterated that his party and its allies wanted the government to undo the damage inflicted on imparting Sikh history to the students of the Board class 12 and to restore all the  23 chapters deleted from the syllabus of that class. “ For us, it is a very solemn religious, academic and emotional issue. There is no scope for anyone to play  politics with this sensitive and serious issues concerning the history and heritage bequeathed to us by the great Guru Sahiban.”

Committee to review & rewrite history syllabus set up by SAD-BJP government: Capt Amarinder

 Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday said he would relook at the committee set up by the erstwhile SAD-BJP government to revise and rewrite history books, and, if needed, constitute a fresh committee to amend the syllabus in the light of the controversy surrounding the Class XI and XII history syllabus.


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