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Magisterial probe ordered into unfurling of national flag upside down


Magisterial probe ordered into unfurling of national flag upside down AMRITSAR: Smelling foul play, the district administration of Amritsar has ordered magistrial probe into the incident of national flag unfurled upside down by the Punjab Information and Public Relations Bikram Singh Majithia.The Commissioner of Police Jatinder Singh Aulakh and Deputy Commissioner Ravi Bhagat landed in an embarrassing situation. The minister ...

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India-Pak peaceniks hold candle light vigil at border post


WAGHA BORDER(Amritsar): Peaceniks carried candle light vigil at the Wagah Attari land border on the respective side of their countries on the midnight of August 14 and 15 when India and Pakistan celebrating their independence day. Pakistani and Indian peaceniks even raised slogan “Hindustan Zindabad, “Pakistan Zindabad” and “ Hindustan – Pakistan Dosti Zindabad”.Peaceniks have been lit the candle for ...

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Badal asks Modi to undo injustice with Punjab, resolve issue of river waters, Chandigarh


MOHALI: Punjab Chief Minister today strongly raised the issue of injustice and discrimination done with Punjab by the successive government at center and appealed to Prime Minister Narender Modi to undo the justice done to border state which has contributed largely in the freedom struggle of country. Addressing the Independence Day fuction here Chief Minister said that Punjab had not ...

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Bajwa blames Sukhbir Badal for corruption and stink in Punjab Police


CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Congress President Partap Singh Bajwa today came down heavily on the Akali Dal-BJP government in the state saying the departments allocated to Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal were stinking with corruption as evident from the suspension of three Station House Officers from Ludhiana district on a single day. Sukhbir holds the charge of Home department.He said ...

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Capt Amarinder condemns manhandling of ex-servicemen at Jantar Mantar


CHANDIGARH: Congress Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Capt Amarinder Singh today condemned the brutal manhandling and eviction of the ex-servicemen from Jantar Mantar who were holding a peaceful relay hunger strike to press for their long pending genuine demand for ‘One Rank One Pension’ (OROP). He told the Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the time had come when he ...

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