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Sidhu damaging Congress with ill-timed comments: Punjab CM

Sidhu damaging Congress with ill-timed comments: Punjab CM

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday criticized his Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu for damaging the Congress with his ill-timed comments against him and the party leadership in the state. If he was a real Congressmen, he should have chosen a better time to air his grievances instead of just ahead of voting in Punjab,

Many Political leaders casted their vote: Lok Sabha Elections

Many Political leaders casted their vote: Lok Sabha Elections

Leaders casted vote Punjab: Raja waring with his wife Amrita casted his vote at Bathinda After voting, the grandsons of grandfather parkash singh badal took place. Pawan Bansal going to caste his vote Harsimarat Badal and Sardar Parkash Singh Badal casting his vote at bathinda Kirron Kher casting her vote at Chandigarh Sukhbir singh Badal

‘Balakot air strike is a feather in India’s cap’

‘Balakot air strike is a feather in India’s cap’

Kusum Arora Garhshankar (Anandpur Sahib) May 16 Seeking second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP government on ‘national security’, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Thursday invoked Balakot air strike and said that such an action against Pakistan terrorists was never, nor can it take place in the world. Rajnath Singh said that this

Madhya Pradesh ex-CM Arjun Singh's wife dead

Madhya Pradesh ex-CM Arjun Singh’s wife dead

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Arjun Singh’s wife, Saroj Singh, died on Wednesday in New Delhi. State Congress spokesman Ajay Yadav has confirmed. She was 87. The cause of death was not immediately

After wife says he won't campaign, Sidhu shares stage with Priyanka

After wife says he won’t campaign, Sidhu shares stage with Priyanka

Hours after his wife claimed that he won’t campaign for the Congress in Punjab, Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu shared the stage with Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday threatening a “knockout punch” to the Badals. Congress star campaigner Sidhu will not campaign for his party in his home

Mayawati gets personal in her attack on Modi

Mayawati gets personal in her attack on Modi

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) President Mayawati mounted a scathing personal attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that he could not be expected to respect others sisters and wives when he had left his own wife for political gains. This is the first time that any political leader has criticized the Prime Minister’s personal

Less than 9% polling in Haryana: Lok Sabha Elections

Less than 9% polling in Haryana: Lok Sabha Elections

Less than nine per cent of over 1.80 crore voters in Haryana turned out in the first three hours of polling on Sunday to elect members of Parliament for 10 seats in the penultimate phase of general elections, officials said.”The voter turnout was 8.79 per cent by 10 a.m.,” an electoral official told after polling

Voting begins in 59 seats in 6th phase of LS polls

Voting begins in 59 seats in 6th phase of LS polls

President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday exercised his franchise at a polling booth in the Rashtrapati Bhawan here as voting was underway in 59 Lok Sabha constituencies across seven states.Kovind was accompanied by his wife.This is the sixth and penultimate round of the mega seven-phased electoral exercise. As polling for the seven Lok Sabha seats

Rakhi Sawant poses with Pakistani flag

Rakhi Sawant poses with Pakistani flag

Actress and controversy queen Rakhi Sawant has ruffled feathers once again on the social media. This time, by posing with the Pakistan flag. On Wednesday, Rakhi shared a photograph of herself on Instagram. She is seen dressed in a feather skirt with thigh-high slit paired with a halter neck and low-cut blouse, and adorns a

850 Indians freed from Saudi jails on my request: Modi

850 Indians freed from Saudi jails on my request: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that it was on his request that Saudi Arabia released 850 Indians lodged in its jails on the eve of the month of Ramadan. “When the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia was in India, I requested him to release the prisoners before Ramadan and he accepted my proposal,”

250 rockets fired from Gaza at Israel

250 rockets fired from Gaza at Israel

Approximately 250 rockets were fired by Gaza militants towards Israel, which has responded with airstrikes on over 100 targets across the coastal enclave, to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said on Sunday. The escalation began Saturday morning with about 50 rockets fired towards Israel within the course of an hour and continued late into the

Akshay's old video calling 'Toronto is my home' viral

Akshay’s old video calling ‘Toronto is my home’ viral

A day after Akshay Kumar issued a statement regarding the controversy over his citizenship, an old video of the Bollywood actor went viral on social media where he is calling Toronto as his home. The “Khiladi” star, who was roped in as the brand ambassador for Canadian tourism in India in 2010, on May 3

21 injured as Boeing 737 skids into Florida river

21 injured as Boeing 737 skids into Florida river

At least 21 people were injured after a Boeing 737 charter jet arriving at a naval air station in Florida from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, slid off the runway into a river, authorities said. All of the 136 passengers and seven crew members had been rescued by early Saturday morning, a Navy spokeswoman said. None of

Now India enters Pakistan take on terrorists: Manoj Tiwari

Now India enters Pakistan take on terrorists: Manoj Tiwari

Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari on Friday said that India, which for years faced the menace of terrorism, was now giving a befitting reply to terrorists across the border by entering Pakistan. Tiwari was addressing a public gathering ahead of a roadshow in his north east Delhi Lok Sabha constituency, where he is pitted in

Shimla's water crisis major issue over nation's security

Shimla’s water crisis major issue over nation’s security

The water crisis in the Himachal Pradesh capital, which virtually left the residents high and dry last summer, is turning out to be a major poll issue this time with people literally chanting “tears, tears everywhere, but not a drop of water to drink”. Locals say the parliamentary elections are generally fought on national issues,

Cyclone Fani makes landfall, wreaks havoc in Odisha

Cyclone Fani makes landfall, wreaks havoc in Odisha

Extremely severe cyclonic storm Fani made landfall on the eastern coast wreaking havoc in Odisha on Friday. Despite extensive damage caused by near 200 kmph winds and heavy to very heavy rainfall, no loss of life has been reported so far. Damaging houses, thousands of trees and electricity poles, uprooting trees, the eye of Fani

Be ready to tackle Baghdadi's threat: Lanka PM

Be ready to tackle Baghdadi’s threat: Lanka PM

The whole world should be vigilant following the threat by the Islamic State terror group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has said. “Baghdadi said his organisation is ready to attack any city in the world any time. This is a threat to the entire world. Therefore, all countries should see

Top NDA leaders to attend Modi nomination on Friday

Top NDA leaders to attend Modi nomination on Friday

Top NDA leaders from across the country are expected to be in attendance when Prime Minister Narendra Modi files his nomination papers for the Varanasi parliamentary constituency on Friday, a party leader said on Thursday. Former Punjab Chief Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Parkash Singh Badal, Bihar Chief Minister and Janata Dal-United (JD-U)

Bollywood actor Sunny Deol joins BJP

Bollywood actor Sunny Deol joins BJP

Bollywood actor Sunny Deol, son of veteran actor Dharmendra, on Tuesday joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Actor Sunny Deol is BJPs choice from Gurdaspur. Deol, who met BJP President Amit Shah last week, joined the party here in the presence of Union Ministers Piyush Goyal and Nirmala Sitharaman.Deol entered the Hindi film industry with

Hardik Patel slapped by BJP worker at poll rally

Hardik Patel slapped by BJP worker at poll rally

Firebrand Patidar leader Hardik Patel was on Friday slapped at a public meeting in Surendranagar district in Gujarat by a man who alleged Patel was playing politics with the sentiments of the community. Patel was addressing an election rally described as a ‘Jan Aakrosh Sabha’ at Baldana village when a man identified as Tarun Gajjar