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Missing Saroops: SGPC fails to take satisfactory action  

Missing Saroops: SGPC fails to take satisfactory action  

After a delay of years, finally the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) executive has taken action against its 11 employees and a charted accountant firm in connection with the case of missing ‘saroops’ of Guru Granth Sahib. Though the latest action has come on the orders of Akal Takht, but …

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Defer NEET and JEE

Defer NEET and JEE

All state governments must oppose Union government iron handedly to press to defer the   NEET and JEE exams as the spread of Covid-19 has been killing residents across India. The exam during covid is likely to create serious problems for students and authorities as the country is already struggling with …

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No change in Congress as sycophants refuse

No change in Congress as sycophants refuse

Finally, the senior Congress leaders have mustered the courage to write to their party high command, seeking changes in the party from top to bottom. Congress has been on an all-time low, but neither its top nor other leadership are serious to redress the complaints of party leaders to revive …

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CBI probe in Rajput’s death, rekindles hope for justice

CBI probe in Rajput’s death, rekindles hope for justice

The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) to continue its investigations into the mysterious death of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput and it has rekindled the hopes of his family and fans across the country for justice. Apart from it, the court has also rejected a …

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SYL-Centre should play neutral role 

SYL-Centre should play neutral role 

Punjab has all rights to demand fair adjudication of water availability before the construction of Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal as norms require a review after every 25 years to ascertain the status while the water sharing proposed by the Eradi Commission has been 40 years old.

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One day session, Punjab government runs away

One day session, Punjab government runs away

Apparently to run away from discussion on crucial issues like lack of proper health facilities to Covid-19 patients, Punjab congress government has decided to convene a one-day monsoon session of Punjab Assembly. Since it’s a ploy of Punjab government to hide its failures, no reason has been given to justify …

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Finally clean chit to Sikh preachers

Finally clean chit to Sikh preachers

After defaming them, finally, the special investigation team (SIT) has declared Sikh preachers Bhai Panthpreet Singh, Bhai Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale, Amrik Singh Ajnala, Harjinder Singh Manjhi, Giani Kewal Singh and 18 others as innocent in the Kotkapura violence case registered in 2015. But still there is no desired strict action …

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Will gutless Punjab government act ?

Like many earlier committees, another expert group led by former deputy chairman of planning commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia in its latest report, has given recommendations against free power to Punjab agriculture sector. In its report submitted to Punjab government, Ahluwalia has listed various serious consequences of free power. It includes …

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Bajwa loses state security, not Badals

Bajwa loses state security, not Badals

The reason for withdrawal of state security from  Congress Rajya Sabha MP Partap Singh Bajwa,  that he has a central security cover, has failed to convince all as Parkash Singh Badal, Sukhbir Singh Badal and Bikramjit Singh Majithia (Akali leaders) all have been provided security by the Central government and …

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