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Congress Refuses To Learn Lesson 

Congress Refuses To Learn Lesson 

Though after losing deposit at 67 seats, out of 70 in New Delhi assembly elections, Congress leaders have been trying to hide their extinction by saying that they have succeeded in keeping the BJP out of power, but the excuse is not taken well by residents and even its own …

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Put Your House In Order

Put Your House In Order

The thumping victory of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi has come as a much-needed morale booster for its Punjab unit ahead of 2022 assembly elections. But the latest dose will lose its steam if senior leaders of the party failed to put their house in order at the …

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Development Defeats Politics of Hate

Development Defeats Politics of Hate

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) scored a hattrick in New Delhi assembly elections and raised hopes that it may help country residents to see the end of politics of hate and division in coming elections also. The New Delhi elections were most venomous as almost all BJP leaders repeatedly crossed Lakshman …

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Need action, not reaction

Cracker Explosion In Punjab's Tarn Taran: Need action, not reaction

The failure of police and civil department authorities to maintain a strict vigil over the sale of firecrackers has once again caused big mishap and killed three persons and injured nine on  Saturday in a firecracker explosion that took place near a village in Punjab’s Tarn Taran district. It has …

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Stop objectionable videos, but politely

Tiktok Video ban in Golden Temple: Stop objectionable videos, but politely

Every time whenever there is any objectionable video shot inside of the Golden Temple Amritsar Sahib, Akal Takhat and Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak committee authorities make announcements to take preventive measures.

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Curb Internet, But Rationally

Curb Internet But Rationally

The latest assertion of Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in Rajya Sabha on Thursday that the misconception about the right to the Internet being a fundamental right needs to be cleared and his attempts to justify the snapping of internet services for maintaining law and order and national security have …

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Its Development Vs Divisive Politics

Delhi elections: Its Development Vs Divisive Politics

After curtains fallen on the campaigning in Delhi, all are eagerly waiting for election day to exercise their franchise. The Delhi elections have come at the time when the country is passing through a tough time due to the passing of CAA, the biased used of sedition laws and other …

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Mass Exodus, A Grave Concern

Punjab Youngsters: Mass Exodus, A Grave Concern

The sense of insecurity inculcated among our youngsters has fuelled the mass exodus of our students to other countries. The universities and colleges across Punjab have been seeing a massive decline in the enrolment of new students despite various steps by concern authorities to improve the strength of their students.

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Dhindsas Can Cause Irreparable Damage

Sukhdev & Parminder Dhindsa: Dhindsas Can Cause Irreparable Damage

The expulsion of Rajya Sabha MP Sukhdev Dhindsa and his MLA son Parminder Dhindsa from Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)  has once again set the ball rolling for the formation of the third front in Punjab politics as many other expelled leaders have already been trying for same.

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Disappointed, Voters Understand Everything

Shaheen Bagh protests: Disappointed, Voters Understand Everything

As expected the first speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi Assembly elections campaign, further disappointed residents, who had expected some big announcements to improve their lives. But Modi used his energy to term the Shaheen Bagh protests as an experiment by his political rivals and he also termed …

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