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Transafer Of Sikh Prisoners No Threat To Peace in State- Cm


Maanak (Kapurthala), June 14- Terming that transfer of Sikh prisoners from other states would hardly pose any threat to peace and harmony in the state, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that each and every decision of the state government was aimed at preserving the hard earned peace, communal harmony and amity in the state. Interacting ...

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Badal says no confirmation about Modi’s Anandpur Sahib visit


Phagwara, June 14: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said there was no confirmation so far about the participation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the function to celebrate 350th anniversary of Anandpur Sahib on June 19.Talking to the media persons, he maintained that the Prime Minister had accepted his invitation to participate in the June 19function.

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Air India to dry lease 14 planes from Kuwait


New Delhi, June 14: National carrier Air India would dry lease 14 Airbus A320 planes from a Kuwaiti lessor as it seeks to replace its ageing narrow-body fleet with new fuel efficient planes. The carrier plans to replace 19 A320 planes. It has already entered into a deal with a Chinese firm for five sharklets-equipped A320 (ceo-current engine option) aircraft.For ...

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Sushma Swaraj in trouble for helping Lalit Modi?


New Delhi, June 14: Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj is stated to be in trouble following the expose by a news channel that she helped former IPL chairman Lalit Modi to procure travel documents last year to travel to India.She has admitted that she was in touch with Modi and helped him on humanitarian grounds. She had intervened with the British ...

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UN says over 14,000 South Sudanese fled to Sudan


Khartoum, June 14 The UN refugee agency has said that more than 14,000 South Sudanese civilians had fled to Sudan during the past two weeks due to the violence in their home country’s oil-rich areas. ”In the last week we have an influx of about 7,000, and in the last two weeks about 14,000 arriving and that’s considered an emergency ...

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