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J J Singh’s behaviour shameful, says Captain Amarinder Singh

Patiala: `Shameful and disgusting’ was how Punjab Congress Chief, Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday reacted to reports of his opponent from Patiala Urban

Sahota takes care of ailing mother, Chhina spends time with daughter

Amritsar: As assembly elections came to an end, the candidates and their supporters have gone into relaxation mode after hectic activity for over a month.

‘Kejriwal a habitual denigrator’

Chandigarh: Punjab unit of the BJP, on Monday came down heavily on AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal for calling the Election Commission a ‘spineless body’ which

Tempers flare up as Cong, Akali Dal activists clash in Majitha

Amritsar: Tension prevailed in Majitha segment on Monday, following the clashes between supporters of Shiromani Akali Dal and Congress. To defuse the tension

AAP complains of trespass in EVM strong room

Ludhiana: Alleging that some officials had trespassed into a strong room where electronic voting machines were kept, the AAP on Monday filed a complaint with

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Results awaited but AAP looks for CM candidate

Chandigarh: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has officially declared on Monday that in case it forms the next government in Punjab, the Chief Minister (CM) will be chosen

More women vote than men in Punjab elections

Chandigarh: Punjab may have been unfair to women in terms of its sex ratio, but the percentage of female voters was clearly higher than male voters in the

With fate sealed in EVMs, netas off to private lives

Bathinda: After the heightened political activity for over four weeks, Punjab on Sunday went into sleeping mode, indicating lull before the March 11 storm, the

78.6 pc polling witnessed in Punjab

Chandigarh: Punjab has recorded 78.6 per cent polling, which turned out to be below expectations of the Election Commission which had targeted 85 per cent

Candidates unwind with family, enjoy the break

Jalandhar: A day after polling and frantic election campaign, candidates from all political parties were not only relaxed but preferred to spend the much

Candidates keeping one eye on future

Nawanshahr: After months of hectic schedule, although the poll contestants here were found in a highly relaxed mood, meeting and thanking their workers and

Female voters outnumber their male counterparts in 2017 polls

Nawanshahr: By polling 81.79 per cent votes, women voters in the district outnumbered their male counterparts as only 73.28 per cent of the males turned up to

5,68,384 polled votes in Ferozepur dist to decide fate of 48 candidates

Ferozepur: In Ferozepur 81.65 percent voters polled their votes on Saturday to choose 4 candiadtes among the total 48 candidates in the fray. There were 696080

Blatant ECI violations, voters clicked selfie while casting vote

Jalandhar: Blatant violations of Election Commission of India (ECI) directives came to the fore, after voters were found taking mobile phones inside the

Election is over but real challenge begins: Thind

Guruharsahai: ‘Election is over and it is a time little bit to relax, but real challenge begins from today’ very confident about his victory AAP candidate

Time to cleanse religious institutions, says Dal Khalsa

Amritsar: Firing a salvo against Jathedar Akal Takht Gaini Gurbachan Singh for repeatedly be-fooling the sangat and trying to be over-smart, the Dal Khalsa

Peaceful Punjab polls 78.62 pc votes

Chandigarh: Barring two incidents of firing with no loss of life and some cases of technical snags in voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) machines, which

‘Punjabis reposing faith in us on development and peace’

Badal: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Saturday said reports received by him from all over the state indicated Punjabis were

Captain Amarinder exudes confidence of clean sweep

Patiala: Dubbing these assembly polls as a vote for stability versus communalism and radicalism, Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday cast

Patiala and Sangrur register heavy polling in assembly polls

Patiala: Despite intense cold conditions and dark over cast sky, Patiala and Sangrur in Malwa region consisting of 15 assembly constituencies registered heavy