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Congress Panchayat Polls Captain Amarinder

Congress win in Panchayat Polls victory of Democracy: Captain Amarinder

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday hailed the sweeping Congress victory in just concluded Panchayat polls in the state as a victory of democracy and a clear vindication of his government’s policies. The Chief Minister also congratulated the people of Punjab for ensuring a largely peaceful poll, in which a whopping 80.38% of the

Punjab Panchayat Polls

Highlights of Punjab Panchayat Polls through images with final voting figures

Final voting Figures of different districts of Punjab Panchayat Polls 2018 in Punjab.  61% polling in Barnala district till 2 pm 42% polling in Amritsar: 50.72% and 42% voters turnout recorded till 2 pm in Jalandhar and Amritsar 59% polling in Gurdaspur district till 2 pm 50.72 % polling in Jalandhar till 2 pm 46

Panchayat polls government school winter vacations

Panchayat Elections takes a toll on winter vacations of Goverment Schools

 Starp:  Teachers rue over their long pending plans and bookings to celebrate New Year  Nidhi Bhanot Ludhiana  In pretext of Gram Panchayat Elections 2018  on December 30 and 31 the Deputy Commissioner, Ludhiana,Pradeep Aggarwal has written letter to Secretary Punjab School Education Board, Krishan Kumar. In the letter, he has requested to the Secretary for

Panchayat Elections Sarpanches

Panchayat Elections: Government cheated upon Sarpanches!

They kept submitting memorandums to the ministers and the officers concerned and finally their term got over but they didn’t get the promised Rs 1,200 monthly honorarium Rajay Deep Bathinda Punjab is all set to undergo the Panchayat elections on December 30 and the process to file the nomination papers got begun from Saturday. Interestingly, with

SC Stays Execution Of Man On Death Row-Daily Post India

SC Stays Execution Of Man On Death Row

The Supreme Court has stayed the execution of a man sentenced to death in a case related to election rivalry in which six persons were murdered after panchayat polls in Uttar Pradesh in 2003. A bench comprising Justices Dipak Misra, Amitava Roy and A M Khanwilkar admitted the appeal filed by convict Madan and called

Byepoll Panchayat elections District August 6

Byepoll for Panchayat elections in District Ludhiana on August 6

Ludhiana, August 4 (000)-Byepoll Panchayat elections District August 6. Panchayat Byepolls for 6 Sarpanchs and 2 Panchs in various villages of district Ludhiana will be held on August 6. While giving this information, Mrs Surbhi Malik, ADC (D) cum ADEO said that voting time will be from  8 AM to 4 PM and result will