Editor’s Post: Modi beginning to lose his mojo?
Modi mojo


AJAY BHARDWAJ Not that it was not expected. The only uncertain factor was how much would be the nosedive for the BJP. The feelers had started coming around much before the elections took place in the three crucial states, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh. As it comprised heartland of the BJP’s bulwark support, the stakes were too high for the BJP to have compromised. As the results tumbled out one moot question looks

Facebook political Polls 2019 Facebook verifying political ads ahead of 2019 LS Polls

Facing intense scrutiny over the misuse of  its platform globally during elections, Facebook has announced fresh steps to increase ad transparency and defend against foreign interference ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls in India. Now anyone who wants to run and in India related to politics will need to first confirm their identity and location, and give more details about who placed the ad, the social networking giant said in a statement late Thursday. “We’re

SIT Supreme Court 1984 Anti Sikh Riots:SIT to have 2 members now, SC modifies earlier order

Modifying its earlier order, the Supreme Court Tuesday said the three-member SIT set up to supervise further probe into 186 cases of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots will now have two members only as one of those appointed has declined to be a part of it. A bench headed by Justice Madan B Lokur passed the order as the Centre had earlier informed the court that one of

High Court : Helmets for Sikh girls: May be, may not be

It was in July this year when the Punjab and Haryana High Court asked the UT Administration to make the helmets mandatory for the women riding two wheelers Himani Bahuguna Chandigarh The Chandigarh Administration on Monday issued notification making it optional for Sikh women to wear protective head gear while driving or riding pillion on a two wheeler on city roads. The

High Court Bibi Jagir Kaur HC revert lower court decision, Bibi Jagir Kaur acquitted in daughter’s death case

The Punjab and Haryana High Court in Chandigarh revert lower court decision, Big relief to Bibi Jagir Kaur. As Bibi Jagir Kaur acquitted in daughter’s death case. The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday acquitted former SGPC chief Bibi Jagir Kaur and co-accused in her daughter Harpreet Kaur’s death case. The court delivered its verdict on

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Four new teachers deputed at Government School Batala

Nidhi Bhanot Ludhiana/Batala Taking notice of the story published in the Daily Post dated November 27, 2018 regarding ‘No teacher in Batala School, Children look lost’, Education Minister, Punjab, OP Soni forwarded case to the Secretary School Education, Krishan Kumar on Novembers 28. Further taking notice of official orders, SSE Krishan Kumar on the directions

State employees Rajasthan
State employees to expose Cong in poll-bound Rajasthan

DP Correspondent Chandigarh Contractual employees from the Punjab will expose the Congress government of Punjab in the Rajasthan on the issue of false promises made by it before coming into power in the Punjab. A group of 200 employees will proceed to Sri Ganga Nagar, Hanumangarh and Bikaner of Rajasthan. The Pamphlets have been printed in Hindi in bulk to distribute by the Contractual Employee Action

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Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder discharged from PGI

Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder has been discharged today morning from the PGI, Chandigarh. He was admitted in the hospital last afternoon for routine check up as per the doctors of PGI who were treating him.But the sources revealed that he felt some pain in the heart and due to high blood pressure he was

Kartarpur Corridor: Read the Lips and Hear the Whisper

Editor’s Post Ajay Bhardwaj Chandigarh The body language spoke volumes. And the message was loud and clear from Pakistani side. During the function, it was Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu who sat next to Prime minister Imran Khan even as two Union ministers from India, Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Hardeep Singh Puri, were kept

Navjot Sidhu cannon Punjab
Is Navjot Sidhu a loose cannon?

  Ajay Bhardwaj Chandigarh Is Navjot Sidhu a loose cannon in the Punjab cabinet of chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh? Or is he playing to the gallery at the instance of the Congress high command? Rarely do we see a cabinet minister going against the agenda that a chief minister sets for the state? In the normal course, any cabinet minister defying

Rakhi Sawant wheelchair khali show
Rakhi Sawant on wheelchair: Watch the video to know more about the Khali Show

bollywood actress #rakhisawant got injured during her performance with #arshikhan #bigboss11contestant while performing live at the great #khalishow last evening in#panchkula🙏🙏#rakhi on #wheelchair. She was injured by #wrestler on the Great Khali Show.    View this post on Instagram #bollywood actress #rakhisawant got injured during her performance with #arshikhan #bigboss11 contestant while performing live at the great #khalishow last evening in#panchkula🙏🙏#rakhi on #wheelchair A

Woman IAS officer Channi
Woman IAS officer has exonerated me: Channi

Technical Education Minister, Charanjit Singh Channi, who is in soup for sending ‘objectionable’ messages to a woman IAS officer, on Tuesday said that the officer concerned had forgiven him for his deed. “It was a message which I received on WhatsApp and unknowingly I forwarded the same to the IAS officer, which she objected to. I was not aware of the matter, till the Chief Minister asked

MeToo PSWC rules
To encourage ‘MeToo’ PSWC sets new rules

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh To encourage ‘MeToo’ campaign, the Punjab State Women Commission (PSWC) has framed a set of new rules and regulations for  workplaces such as the office of the Chief Minister, ministers, civil, police and private offices across the Punjab. Male boss will able to call woman employees only in the presence of minimum one woman for the entire duration of the

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How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign?

How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign? Watch the video to know the ground reality of females who raised voice against the males in #MeToo Campaign. As females are facing various kinds of problems in society after disclosing the misdoings with them. How much trouble is this singer facing

Sharry Mann with Daily Post
Watch exclusive interview of Pollywood star Sharry Mann to know his untold stories

Watch the exclusive interview of Pollywood star Sharry Mann with Daily Post, in which Sharry Mann has shared some untold stories of his life. He talked about his journey of life from a common man to a singer. Now Sharry Mann is also acting in various Punjabi albums and movies.   #watchvideo: Exclusive interview of

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Permission given by police to organise Dusherra near crossing, bollywood stars condemn

Nidhi Bhanot The main culprits behind the big train tragedy occurred is police department  who allowed the organizing committee to conduct Dusshera Fair  around the Joda railway crossing. Though the common man was also at fault who were standing on the railway track to watch Dusshera Fair, but it was an irresponsible behavior by the 

BADAL DHINDSA Rajya Sabha MP
BADAL meets DHINDSA: Rajya Sabha MP ‘declines’ withdrawal of resignation

TIME FOR BONHOMIE RAJAY DEEP Chandigarh Former chief minister of Punjab and chief patron of Shiromani Akali Dal Parkash Singh Badal on Friday met the party’s senior leader and Rajya Sabha member Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa at his Chandigarh residence. The meeting lasted for half an hour. Badal tried to persuade him to withdraw his resignations

Indian political leader Mark Tully
Indian political leaders can’t handle absolute power: Mark Tully

AJAY BHARDWAJ Kasauli Too much concentration of power in the hands of one person does not augur well for democracy in India. It is kind of a bane of the Indian democracy, feels the celebrated journalist Mark Tully, who won million accolades during his innings with the BBC. Mark Tully, who is here to take

Khuswant Singh Literary Festival Kasauli
No writers from Pakistan invited for the first time in seventh edition of Khuswant Singh Literary Festival, #MeToo expose is the main theme: Rahul Singh

Nidhi Bhanot Legendary writer Khushwant Singh has always been closely associated with small hill town full of quaint relics of the British tenure, situated about 1950 meters above sea level and nesting in Shivaliks, ‘Kasauli’. This way Kasauli becomes an offbeat destination for those who would like to get away from the hustle-bustle of city

E-POS machine exposes scam, 22 lacs ration beneficiaries under scanners
E-POS machine exposes scam, 22 lacs ration beneficiaries under scanners

Narinder Jagga E-POS machine exposes scam, 22 lacs ration beneficiaries under scanners. After the widow and old age pension scam, it seems now turn of ration scam. Source disclosed that after the introduction of e-POS machines, 5.45 lacs card holders (21.80 beneficiaries) have kept themselves away from getting ration under the scheme. First time, the