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AAP candidate Dr Sanjiv Sharma files nomination papers from the Jalandhar Central constituency

The Aam Aadmi Party candidate Dr Sanjiv Sharma today filed nomination papers from the Jalandhar (Central) constituency.

Kejriwal denies bribery charges, says Badal-Amarinder together

 Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday denied charges of promoting bribery by asking voters to take money from other parties and vote for the AAP in Punjab and Goa.

Notification for first phase of UP polls issued

 The notification for the first phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections was issued on Tuesday.

Kejriwal denies bribery charge, says Sidhu no factor

 Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday denied charges of promoting bribery by asking voters to take money from other parties and vote for the AAP in Punjab and Goa.

Lalu, son to campaign for Akhilesh

 RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Tuesday said he and his son and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav will campaign for Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav in the assembly elections.

Capt Amarinder rules out any alliance, confident of 2/3rds majority

Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday ruled out an alliance with any party, asserting that the Congress would sweep the assembly elections with 2/3rds majority.


SAD District President of Jalandhar Channi continues his absence from Makkar’s campaign

While the poll scene at its peak in entire Punjab, but there is a reason of worry for ruling Shiromani Akali Dal, as its District(Urban) President Gurcharan Singh Channi is missing from the poll campaign and continued maintaining distance from campaigning for SAD Candidate Sarabajit Singh Makkar from Jalandhar Cantonment.

Capt Amarinder can’t change destiny of Badals, will also lose Patiala seat : Mann

Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) today accused Congress party for helping Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and his son Sukhbir Singh Badal to escape humiliating defeat in Lambi and Jalalabad respectively by dividing the anti-incumbency votes .

Captain gets party high command permission to fight Badal from Lambi

Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to file his nomination papers against SAD heavyweight, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, from Lambi on Wednesday with the Congress high command clearing his name for the seat on Tuesday evening, while announcing tickets from six more seats and changing the nominees from  four others.

Bant Singh campaigns for AAP in the dalit-dominated region of Doaba

Bant Singh the face of the under privileged, farmers and Poster boy for atrocities against Dalits in Punajb on Monday addressed several ‘nukkad’ meetings in the reserve constituency of Phillaur. Bant is a victim of the atrocities on dalits during misrule of SAD-BJP, is on an extensive tour of dalit-dominated region of Punjab.

CT Public School encourage youngsters to cast vote

 With the poll fever at its peak, voting-awareness teams too have been carrying out aggressive campaigns. The purpose, of course, is not to promote any candidate or a political party but to motivate the voters to become aware of their rights to exercise their authorization.

Amarinder contesting to help Badal win: Kejriwal

Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh is also contesting from Lambi constituency to help Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal win, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday.

Postmen on noble task to aware the voters of importance of their voting rights

Adding a unique effort to motivate the voters to cast their votes on Feburary 4th, 2017 for Punjab Assembly elections, District Election authorities have engaged the postmen with SVEEP campaign for sending appeal letters to inspire the voters to use their franchise up to threshold of every household in the district.

Punjab assembly polls: Younger voters hold the key for ageing leaders

With three-cornered contests on the cards in a majority of the 117 assembly seats in Punjab this time, younger voters are likely to hold the key for the major political parties -- the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP alliance, the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) -- for the crucial assembly elections on February 4.

Patiala my janambhoomi, Lambi the karambhoomi from where I will teach Badals a lesson: Capt Amarinder

Describing Lambi as his `karambhoomi’ from where he would teach the Badals a lesson for the savagery and atrocities they had unleashed on the people of Punjab over the past 10 years, Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday said he would get all cases of religious sacrilege thoroughly investigated and punish the Badals if found guilty.

‘No Entry’ for Atwal as Congress’ nominee in Nakodar: Samra

Four times MLA and former cabinet minister, Amarjit Singh Samra, who opted out from poll fray, today declared that there would be “No Entry” of Gurbinder Singh Atwal as Congress Candidate from Nakodar assembly segment.

Toronto Punjabis head to India to campaign for AAP

 Some 90 Punjabis of Indian origin from Canada's Toronto area are flying to Punjab to campaign for the AAP in the February 4 assembly election, a Canadian daily reported.

Badals and Amarinder never gave any heed to the woes of border area: Kejriwal

National Convener of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said that Badals and Amrinder have ruined the border districts of Punjab by never giving any heed to their genuine woes and declared that AAP Government would promote Agro-based industry in this area to support peasantry and general employment to the people.

Indian hockey is back to top, feels British star Jackson

 Britain's hockey star Ashley Jackson reckons that the new crop of Indian players can be lethal in the international stage and the recent success has only added to their confidence.

Captain Amarinder launches Congress poll campaign with vow to hang Badals, all others found guilty of religious sacrilege, drug mafia

Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday launched his party’s election campaign from Mehraj in Rampur Phula with a scathing all-out attack against the Badals, vowing to hang them from their heads along with all others guilty of religious sacrilege and drug mafia, even as he dismissed cowardly Arvind Kejriwal as a `small and sneaky man’ who did not have the guts to fight him on the electoral battleground.