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In Congress' ‘Mission 13’ poll pitch, Captain Amarinder Singh stars as the biggest draw

The backdrop in Amarinder’s rallies also carries Amarinder’s blow-up picture with the slogan and AICC president Rahul Gandhi and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi as two small pictures in the corner. PPCC chief Sunil Kumar Jakhar is missing from the pictures.

Capt Amarinder Singh says farmers will be compensated, SAD says poll violation

Amarinder told the media that he had sent repeated requests, including the letters he had personally written to the Prime Minister on the issue of value cut, the central government had failed to respond so far.


Navjot Singh Sidhu says no one invited him for campaigning, Kumari says she did

The Punjab minister said he will go to Haryana and campaign for Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Kumari Selja in the coming days.

Have delivered on oath I took with Gutka Sahib in hand: Captain Amarinder Singh

Referring to sacrilege incidents and police firing on those protesting such incidents in 2015 when the Akalis were in power, Amarinder said the people of the state have not forgotten Bargari or Kotkapura, “which were a brazen attempt by the Badals to create communal tension”.

Punjab: Amarinder’s ‘favourites’ score big, Dhillon to take on Mann in Sangrur

Sources said the meeting went on for a few minutes as Jakhar, Amarinder and general secretary in-charge Asha Kumari had reached a consensus at the CM’s Delhi residence earlier.

Four court cases against Punjab CM Amarinder Singh adjourned

Three cases of alleged income tax evasion filed by the Income Tax department with the chief minister as an accused in one case and his son Raninder Singh as accused in two others, were also adjourned by the court


Two years of Congress government in Punjab: Captain Amarinder Singh still on the job

The state employment guarantee scheme (EGS), on which it rode to power, started on a painfully slow note with a success rate of only 5 per cent. The first mega job fair in August-September 2017 could garner only 19,415 placements (5 per cent).

Congress leader targets Punjab cop: 'Do your job or join a political party', audio clip goes viral

Bhagike is known for her rivalry with senior SAD leader Tota Singh when both were in Akali Dal. Later, she defected to Congress and contested state Assembly polls from Nihal Singh Wala on Congress ticket but lost to AAP candidate Manjit Singh.

Smartphone scheme: Over 19 lakh applications, but Capt govt plans to distribute only 4-5 lakh

The idea of the pre-poll promise of providing a smartphone to youngsters in the age group of 18-35 years was conceived by political strategist Prashant Kishor.

In Gurdaspur, PM Modi says Capt Amarinder govt slow in implementing central projects

“The Punjab government is going slow on smart city projects of Amritsar, Ludhiana and Jalandhar and AMRUT schemes. The government should wake up and complete the people friendly projects in time,” the PM said.

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Punjab Polls: Navjot Singh Sidhu Will Campaign For Congress, Says Captain Amarinder Singh

  Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh said that Navjot Singh Sidhu would campaign for the party in the upcoming state assembly elections. Amarinder Singh said and I quote: “Sidhu is with us, his wife is with us. He does not want to fight from any seat but will campaign with us. On Wednesday, Singh […]

I’m always available for OROP veterans: Capt. Amarinder

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Expressing solidarity with the One Rank One Pension (OROP) veterans, Punjab Congress President Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday said it is his duty to stand with them. He said he was always available for the OROP veterans. He added that this issue has been raised for a long time by the Opposition and they would continue to do so till their demands were accepted.


Peace talks only way to stop bloodshed: Amarinder Singh

New Delhi, Jan 15 (ANI): Congress leader Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday said that the only way to stop bloodshed in the country was through peace talks and not through military actions. Responding to the scheduled India-Pakistan Foreign Secretary-level talks being deferred, Singh said if India wants to stop this bloodshed, it can only be done through peace talks, not through military actions.