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Captain Amarinder's tactical advance strikes cord

Captain Amarinder’s tactical advance strikes cord

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, 77, may have been out of the Indian Army for decades now but he is proud to have served the nation in uniform.But this tactical advance into the opponent’s political territory by associating fellow ‘faujis’ (ex-servicemen) seems unparalleled. He has been striking a cord during his election meetings by

Ex-servicemen declare support to CM

Jalandhar:A delegation of ex-servicemen under the banner of the United Front (Jantar Mantar) on Sunday said they would support Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh in his fight against major social problems of drugs menace, corruption, unemployment and addressing farmer issues. United Front (Jantar Mantar) convener Lt Col Balbir Singh and office-bearers of the Punjab Ex-servicemen

Ex-servicemen back T P S Sidhu

Mohali: A large number of ex-servicemen got together on Saturday to support veteran Capt T P S Sidhu. Among them was General Charanjit Singh Panag, General J S Deol, Major General D P Singh, Brigadier Ghuman, Brigadier Harwant Singh (president All India Brotherhood), Brigadier Tom Dulat, Brigadier Sukhwant Singh, Brigadier Avtaar Singh, Brigadier R P

Capt Amarinder launches Google ‘Chalo Lambi’

Badals treating ex-servicemen as ‘political pawns’: Amarinder

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress chief AmarinderSingh today came down heavily on Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and his son and deputy Sukhbir Singh Badal, alleging that they were treating the state’s ex-servicemen “as pawns on their political chessboard”. “The Badals have a history of ill-treating ex-servicemen and the families of martyrs… They treat them as pawns

Haryana to appoint 3,000 ex-servicemen as special police officers

Chandigarh: The Haryana government announced on Tuesday that it has decided to appoint 3,000 former servicemen as Special Police Officers (SPOs) in all districts on contract basis for a period of one year. A spokesman of the police department said that ex-servicemen of the Indian Army between the age of 25 and 50 years who