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Feb 13

Good move if implemented

Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections are round the corner. The state government is coming out with varied announcements to attract the attention of the public

Gurdas Mann does a disservice to Punjab, self

Attempting to depict the present socio-political milieu of Punjab, famous singer Gurdas Mann has stirred a hornet’s nest. Igniting a hot debate, some are

People wait for HP govt’s report card

After the completion of elections process to five states, the next turn is of Himachal Pradesh waiting in the wings for which the state government is getting

Let Quota Agitation Remain Peaceful

The Jat quota stir is back to haunt the people of Haryana, who have not yet forgotten the brazen display of hooliganism and mayhem in the name of quota in the

Be patient, result is set to be out on March 11

As the canvas is blurred, it is better not to get driven by the poll surveys of different agencies and channels, which have already lost their credibility in

SYL and Jat quota stir

Since recently two issues-SYL canal and quota for Jats in government jobs and academic institutions-have got very close to the hearts of people and politicians

HP continues to elude development

Interestingly, Himachal Pradesh continues to suffer because of the apathetic and myopic approach of the state and Central governments since its inception. The

Captain Abhimanyu’s pain

Captain Abhimanyu is not only an extraordinary leader of BJP from Haryana, but also an important pillar of the party’s first government led by Chief Minister

Kangra first ever district geo-tag all assets under MGNREGA

Dharamsala: Kangra has become the firstdistrict in the country to geo-tag 100 per cent of the assets generated under the MGNREGA. Chief Minister Virbhadra

It’s ‘so, so’ so far

It is not to suggest that Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has failed in being different from his immediate predecessor Bhupinder Singh Hooda in

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Demonetisation and Haryana Congress

In electoral politics, everything has potential to be squeezed to get people’s vote or earn their support, no matter how long their support lasts for the

2017 assembly polls: Ushering into new era of avenues, resources

I have no option but to talk about politics as elections to Punjab Vidhan Sabha take place on February 4, this year. So be it.The ruling Shiromani Akali Dal is

Drug tirade: Why should Akalis be on backfoot?

As the elections to the assembly approach, politics over use of lethal narcotic drugs is getting charged-up. The Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are

Struggling for synergy between thought and action

The current regime in Haryana is very rich in thought ‘provoking ideas’ but very incoherent in translating those ideas into action. Examples are galore

Mixing politics with religion cooks up deadly broth

Chandigarh:Mixing of politics with religion means a death knell to the true practices of democracy. Almost all political parties except the leftists were seen

Virk Kalan shames civil society, dots goondaism

DAILYPOST: The incident of thrashing and stripping of head-constable Malkit Singh in Virk Kalan village in Bathinda on Saturday brought shame to the entire

Jailbreak: SAD, BJP beat Oppn in milking the incident

Chandigarh:Nabha jail break case is first of its kind that took place in Punjab. The gangsters, mind you and not the terrorists, succeeded in escaping with 6

Imposition of model code needed

The political atmosphere in Punjab is fast gaining momentum though the election dates are yet to be announced. The model code of conduct for elections will

Akalis eclipse others on SYL issue

Punjab is in the throes of election fever which is intensifying with each passing day. Various factors which can influence the results are coming to the fore.

Making most of SYL canal

Political parties in Haryana are armed with the SYL canal tool to score brownie points over one another. Ever since the Supreme Court of India paved the way