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Kartarpur corridor: Gurdaspur farmers fret red flags in their fields

So far, Sikh devotees could only see the gurdwara in Pakistan with binoculars installed on a raised platform almost on the zero line at Dera Baba Nanak. There are no signs of construction in the Indian territory except for some red flags put up by the NHAI.

AAP threatens legal action as fake WhatsApp messages of its senior leaders go viral

In a statement, chief of legal wing and party spokesman Jastaj Singh Arora said the online campaign orchestrated against the party was a well-thought out design to defame AAP. He rubbished it as propaganda against some leaders.

Sidhu says Priyanka’s new role a ‘boon’, Jakhar hails Congress ‘dream team’

"She is a terrific role model world over and her charisma and magnetism will be the spark that ignites the Congress," Sidhu tweeted.

Allow all pilgrims to visit Kartarpur Sahib gurdwara , not just Sikhs: Amarinder

The Punjab CM said Guru Nanak was a universal Guru, revered by followers of all religions, especially Hindus, and urged the Centre to take up the issue with Islamabad.

Haryana: Village panchayats can now approve development works

The Gram Sabhas will organise special meeting on January 26, on Republic Day and approve a work which would be in true spirit of democracy to further strengthen it.

Bahu Naina broke glass ceiling of Chautala family politics

Naina Chautala is the first woman who took a political plunge in the 80-year-old history of Chautala family where two-time Chief Minister Chaudhary Devi Lal later became Deputy Prime Minister.

No place for AAP in Punjab Democratic Alliance: Simarjeet Singh Bains

Bains said that being the “primary and founding member of PDA”, he will sternly oppose AAP in the alliance as its chief Arvind Kejriwal “apologised to former SAD minister Bikram Singh Majithia on his drug remark and betrayed the people of Punjab”.

Bhagwant Mann: Efforts on for alliance with SAD (Taksali) and BSP

Mann said all possibilities of an alliance were being explored so that it could put up a bold united face on issues and concerns surrounding Punjab and Punjabis and would show the doors to traditional political parties that are “knee-deep in corruption”.

Alliances have failed badly, joint fronts don’t work: Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa

Things work if there is one party and one base, Dhindsa told The Indian Express on Wednesday, when contacted.

Talks with AAP are still on: SAD Taksali president Brahmpura

Though a part of Punjab Democratic Alliance, SAD Taksali is still in talks with AAP. SAD Taksali president Ranjit Singh Brahmpura elaborates on the plan for PDA and possible changes in a conversation with The Indian Express.

Seasonal frogs who come out and hop before rains: Sampla on PDA, AAP

Sampla said that parties including AAP emerge when elections approach and vanish as soon as elections are over, without making any impact or difference. They have no significance.

No one at station to sell tickets, Nawanshahr residents miss train to Amritsar

Sources at Nawanshahr railway station said that two staff members, including a woman, who are on duty at the ticket counter, remained missing from their chairs most of the time.