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Punjab government got strict on employees who comes late

The Punjab Government has issued instructions to the heads of all the departments of the state that in order to ensure the ban of ‘time’ by the officials and employees in the offices, 3 times random checks.Punjab government got strict.Disclosing this here today, a spokesman of the Punjab Government said that according to the instructions,


Amarinder govt has no positive agenda for betterment of Punjab: Dhindsa

Former Punjab Finance Minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa said that the Captain government does not have any positive agenda for the betterment and development of Punjab. Therefore, even after eight and a half months of forming a government, instead of talking about a future agenda, the government ministers are engaged in extracting the losses of the

Kashmir encounter shows demonetisation failed: Amarinder

Chandigarh: A day after four militants were killed in Kashmir, Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh today said despite Modi governmant’s claims, note ban has “failed” to check inflow of terrorists and fake currency from Pakistan. The yesterday’s encounter and reports of Pakistan pushing fake Rs 2,000 notes in India via Bangladesh were proof enough that

Vote AAP equal, vote among SAD: Amarinder

Vote for AAP equal to vote for SAD: Amarinder

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Friday warned people claiming that voting for Aam Aadmi Party will be equivalent to a mandate for Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) “whose misrule they have been suffering for the past 10 years”. Alleging both AAP and SAD “as organizations with radical ideologies”, Amarinder exhorted the people to be

Amarinder expands vision of party manifesto, promises cheaper petrol, LPG

  Jalandhar:  In a series of announcements,Punjab Congress president Amarinder Singh today promised cheaper petrol and LPG besides 10 per cent reduction in electricity duty throughout the state. During a brief stopover while campaigning in the region for the coming assembly elections, Amarinder said free travel for senior citizens and students on state transport buses

Harsimrat takes jibe at Amarinder, Sidhu

Harsimrat takes jibe among Amarinder, Sidhu Chandigarh: Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Thursday took potshots at Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh and former MP Navjot Singh Sidhu for praising each other saying they should clear the confusion from people’s minds as they were wondering which of their statements was real. In a statement

Sidhu has joined Congress without any pre-conditions: Amarinder

Amritsar:Coming together for the first time after cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu joined the Congress, Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh on Thursday said that Sidhu had joined the party without any pre-conditions. “He is a foot soldier of the party, and has joined without any conditions. He never put forth any conditions,” Amarinder said, expressing happiness


Will throw Sukhbir’s OSDs, aide in jail: Amarinder

Lambi: Taking the Badal family head-on in their stronghold Lambi, Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh today said within 24 hours of his party forming government in the state, several OSDs and aides of Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal will be thrown in jail. Addressing his first public rally in Lambi after filing his nomination

Cong prez to decide on CM face: Amarinder

Chandigarh:The Congress President willdecide on the chief ministerial face for the Punjab assembly polls and no “deal” has been struck with new entrant Navjot Singh Sidhu, the party’s state chief Amarinder Singh said today. “There is no deal with Navjot Sidhu, Congress doesn’t do deals with anybody,” Amarinder told reporters in Patiala when asked if


Amarinder complains to EC against Chief Secretary

  Chandigarh: Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday complained to the Election Commission against the state chief secretary alleging that he was trying to influence the voting in favour of the ruling SAD-BJP combine by pressurising officers responsible for the conduct of the assembly election. In a written complaint to Chief Election Commissioner

Sidhu will soon join Congress unconditionally: Amarinder

New Delhi: Putting at rest talks of Navjot Singh Sidhu being offered the post of deputy chief minister if Congress comes to power in Punjab, the state Congress chief Capt Amarinder Singh on Wednesday said the cricketer-turned- politician would soon join the party “unconditionally”. The decision on deputy chief minister would be taken by the

Sidhu would soon join Congress unconditionally: Amarinder

Sidhu soon join Congress unconditionally: Amarinder New Delhi: Putting at rest talks of Navjot Singh Sidhu being offered the post of deputy chief minister if Congress party comes to power in Punjab, the state Congress chief Amarinder Singh today said the cricketer-turned- politician would soon join the party “unconditionally”. The decision on deputy chief minister

Contest against Badals: Sanjay Singh to Amarinder

Jalandhar:Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national spokesperson and Punjab in-charge Sanjay Singh on Sunday challenged Punjab Congress chief Capt Amarinder Singh to contest assembly elections from Lambi, Jalalabad or Majitha constituencies. Sanjay Singh while taking a dig at Capt Amarinder said that if he was so much serious about contesting polls, then he should not contest

Cong confident of winning over 70 seats: Amarinder

New Delhi: Welcoming the Election Commission for its single-phase poll plan and imposition of model code of conduct in the state, Punjab Congress chief Capt Amarinder Singh exuded confidence that the party would win more than 70 seats to emerge the clear winner in the February 4 Assembly polls. Dismissing any competition from either Shiromani


Ready to take on Amarinder from Patiala: J J Singh

Patiala:  Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh may see himself locked in an electoral battle with another former soldier, J J Singh, for the Patiala assembly seat during the polls in the state. Singh, a former army general, today said he was ready to take on Amarinder as an SAD candidate from the PCC president’s bastion.

Will wipe out drugs from Punjab within 4 weeks: Amarinder

Will wipe drugs within 4 weeks, Amarinder among Punjab New Delhi: Hitting out at Arvind Kejriwal,Punjab Congress president Amarinder Singh on Saturday said the AAP national convener was trivialising the state’s drugs problem to divert the attention from substance abuse charges against his party’s leaders. “AAP workers are themselves making allegations of drugs abuse against

Contest anywhere, will fight : Amarinder dares Kejriwal

Amarinder, Kejriwal in Twitter war over Punjab polls contest

New Delhi:  Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal were engaged in a war of words on Twitter with the former daring the AAP chief to contest against him in the upcoming Punjab polls. Kejriwal said he was not contesting Punjab Assembly elections and was fighting the Badals and state minister


Badals indulging in politics of “distraction”: Amarinder

Chandigarh: PPCC chief Amarinder Singh on Saturday accused Badals of indulging in politics of “distraction” to divert public attention from the “widespread rebellion” in their own party by unleashing a “disinformation” campaign against the Congress. Dismissing Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal’s “Congress tug of war” remark, he said the Akali leadership should look at putting

Badals settle, traditional constituencies among Punjab polls

Amarinder has scant knowledge about rural life: Badal

Kapurthala (Pb): Taking a dig at Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday said “monarchs” living in palaces “hardly bother” about the general public and are “unaware” about their woes. “Amarinder has scant knowledge about rural life as he loves living in palaces and enjoys the fruits of power,” he

Capt promises vigilance inquiry amongst N K Sharma

Either Sidhu or wife will get ticket, not both: Amarinder

New Delhi: Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Wednesday ruled out the possibility of giving party tickets to both Navjot Sidhu and his wife for the upcoming assembly polls in the state, saying the ‘one-family-one-ticket’ norm will be strictly enforced. Interestingly, the comments by Singh, who is leading Congress’ campaign in Punjab, came a day