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Sexual harassment case against ashu sampla

Sexual harassment case against ashu sampla

Sexual harassment case against ashu sampla A month after the probe, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Thursday handed over its report to Police Commissioner PK Sinha in the sexual harassment case against Amit Sampla, the nephew of Union Minister of State and BJP Punjab chief Vijay Sampla.A month after the probe, the Special Investigation

Police commissioner forms road safety investigation unit

Police commissioner forms road safety investigation unit

Police commissioner forms road safety investigation unit As the number of road accidents is alarming, the Commissioner of Police RN Dhoke has taken a step to find the reason behind the rising number of accidents and to find the solutions to curb accidents.Police commissioner has formed Road safety investigation unit comprising police and Public works

Reject ‘absent MP’ Capt, daydreamer Kejri: Shah

Amritsar: BJP national president Amit Shah on Monday asked the electorate to vote for the SAD-BJP combine in Punjab for the third time, stating that the alliance’s victory was necessary for the security of the country. “The election in Punjab is an election for the security of the nation. Being a border-lying state, it is

Capt apprises Rahul of poll developments

  Chandigarh: After enjoying 10-day vacations in Europe, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi attended the Central Election Committee held for Punjab with Congress leaders from Punjab including Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) chief Capt Amarinder Singh, Asha Kumari and others. Sources in the party disclosed that Capt. Amarinder Singh apprised Rahul Gandhi about election related

Contest anywhere, will fight : Amarinder dares Kejriwal

Capt, Kejri in Twitter war over Punjab polls

Twitter war over Punjab polls between Congress and AAP New Delhi: Punjab Congress chief Captain 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


Rise in sacrilege incidents show polarisation in Punjab: Capt

Fatehgarh Sahib: Punjab Congress chief Capt Amarinder Singh on Monday hit out at the SAD-BJP government over a recent increase in incidents of religious sacrilege, saying the cases underlined lawlessness and communal polarisation in the state. Addressing a gathering at the annual Jor Mela here, he condemned the incidents, saying religious attacks would not tolerated

Capt, Bhattal, Manpreet in Cong list of 61

Seven new faces in the first list of 61 The party has skipped rebellion-marred constituencies in its first list. Name of All India Youth Congress president Raja Warring, who represents Gidderbaha Assembly, missing from the first list. Chandigarh: The Congress announced its first list of 61 candidates for the upcoming Punjab Assembly Elections on Thursday,

Badal, Capt shedding crocodile tears: Kejriwal

Jagraon: Aam Aadmi Party Convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday accused Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and Congress of befooling the people of Punjab on the issue of Sutlej Yamuna Link (SYL) canal. Both Congress and SAD are responsible for constructing SYL and are now shedding crocodile tears to misguide the people of

Capt responsible for water woes: Sukhbir

Sangrur: Castigating Congress for inflicting atrocities on the State, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal said it was Indira Gandhi who laid the foundation stone of SYL and captain Amarinder Singh welcomed her on the occasion to loot river waters of Punjab. He emphasized that it is the SAD, second oldest party of the

Capt staged resignation drama: Harsimrat Badal

Chandigarh: Union Minister for Food Processing Industry Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Thursday said Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh had proved he was a master cook by cooking up a resignation drama that never was. In a statement here, Harsimrat said Amarinder went ballistic crying crocodile tears and claiming he was resigning immediately after the

Punjab Congress delegation, led by Capt Amarinder, meets CEC

New Delhi: Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday led a delegation of party MPs and MLAs to meet the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Naseem Zaidi with the demand for the imposition of President’s Rule in Punjab to ensure free and fair elections. With elections to the state assembly due early next year, Captain

Capt dares Akalis to face early elections

Khuian Sarvar (Fazilka): Punjab Congress, led by Captain Amarinder Singh, on Sunday dared the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) to quit the Assembly and face the Congress in assembly elections, which he said should be held next month itself to prevent Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal from further vitiating the atmosphere of the state. Addressing a

Capt Amarinder demands Manohar Parrikar’s sacking

Chandigarh: State Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to sack Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar in the interest of the morale of the Indian Army, if the latter fails to quit immediately. “You cannot allow such an incompetent jokers to continue to hold such a sensitive portfolio,” Captain Amarinder told Modi in

Cannot rule out Sidhu’s entry into Cong: Capt

New Delhi: Amid speculation over cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu joining the Congress, Punjab party chief Amarinder Singh on Friday said “anyone willing to accept the party’s policies is welcome”. Amarinder Singh said the issue was not discussed during a meeting with Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi. Singh met Gandhi to discuss the strategy for the upcoming Punjab

Capt urges CM to look into upkeep of memorials

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress President Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday wrote to Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, asking him not to create new war memorials if his government could not take care of the existing ones. The letter came a day after Amarinder personally picked up a brush to clean the “neglected statue” of Naib Subedar Nand

Capt trying to befool people with baseless, irrational statements: Cheema

Chandigarh: The Shiromani Akali Dal has ridiculed the PPCC president’s statement on the position of industry in the state and said that keeping in view the assembly elections Capt Amarinder Singh is trying to befool the people by repeatedly issuing baseless, false and irrational statements. In a statement released from the party head office here

Blast Chitta Raavans with faces of Badal & Co., Capt Amarinder tells Cong workers

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh has called upon party workers to plaster Badal’s face on all effigies and set them on fire tomorrow without getting cowed by any attempts by the administration or police to forcibly prevent them from exercising their democratic right of protest. Taking the Badal government head-on over its latest

Capt provoking people to physically harm Akalis: SAD

Chandigarh: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)on Friday, condemned Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh’s remarks against its leadership, saying these amounted to provoking the people to physically harm the Akalis. Amarinder, while joining the Congress protest in front of the residence of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal here, warned the Badals, “Today, people are only burning your

Amarinder asks Nitish, campaign among Congress

Capt to visit murdered Dalit youth’s family in Mansa

Amritsar: Anguished over the atrocities being committed against Dalits in the state, Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh in Thursday stated that he plans to meet the family of slain Dalit youth in Mansa in the next few days. The visit would be to pay his personal condolences and assure the family of the victim

Capt welcomes all ‘anti-Badal’ forces to join Congress

Raja Sansi: Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday welcomed all the “anti-Badal forces” into the Congress fold for the “betterment of the state”. “Not just (Awaaz-e-Punjab supremo Navjot Singh) Sidhu, but all those committed to Punjab’s governance, to whichever party they may belong, are welcome to join the Congress unconditionally,” he said, responding to