Narendra Modi showed good intent with farm law repeal, now he should showcase strong, decisive leadership
In a post-truth, Orwellian world where China is seen as a democracy and India an authoritarian state, and where ‘progressive doublethink’ is a way of life, a strong, decisive government is the need of the hour in India
Punjab and Bengal Assemblies passing a resolution against BSF jurisdiction is petty politicisation of national security
No state government can override a Central legislation passed by Parliament; there are enough remedies already available in case any state feels there is any irregularity in the Central Act
Youth Congress files police complaint against Kangana Ranaut for 'seditious' remarks on social media
Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's announcement on Friday that the Centre will repeal three contentious farm laws, Ranaut posted Instagram stories, saying India is a "Jihadist Nation" and calling for dictatorship in the country
Rs 2 lakh for R-Day violence accused: Congress is welcome to self-destruct, but has no right to destroy the nation
Anti-Modi hate cannot be allowed to become hate for Hindus or Sikhs, or an excuse for supporting break-India forces directly or indirectly
Ahead of the 2022 Assembly elections, the two parties have decided to go with smaller parties that are essentially caste-centric with support restricted to a few districts
His recent announcement suggests that the former Punjab CM has a trick or two up his sleeve and is moving to a plan
Government, party leadership to work unitedly towards steering Congress to victory in 2022 polls: Punjab CM
Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh also said that his government had already fulfilled 93 percent of the poll promises made in the election manifesto and would soon go up to 95 percent
The alliance materialised after Sukhbir Badal announced last week that his party is open to tie-ups barring the Congress, BJP and the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)
Farmer leaders can fill Punjab's 'political vacuum', fight crony capitalism, say activists and experts
Several analysts say that traditional political parties in Punjab have failed to provide transparent governance, and farmer leaders can provide an alternative
Punjab Municipal Elections: Polls see 71.39% voter turnout amid stray incidents of violence, EVM snags
The AAP accused the Congress of booth-capturing in Samana, Rajpura, Dhuri, Abohar and Bhikhiwind, a charge the ruling party denied
Punjab Municipal Elections 2021 Updates: Voting in urban local body polls concludes; results to be declared on 17 Feb
Punjab Municipal Elections 2021 LIVE Updates: Leader of Opposition in the Punjab Assembly Harpal Singh Cheema made the remark amid allegations against the Congress of 'booth-capturing and inciting violence' by the AAP and SAD
Punjab civic body polls: Voting to be held today between 8 am to 4 pm; 9,222 candidates in the fray for 2,302 wards
The Punjab State Election Commission said it has set up 4,102 polling stations for Punjab civic body polls, of which, 1,708 have been declared as sensitive and 861 as hypersensitive
The SAD leaving the NDA, combined with the rise of the AAP in Punjab, has complicated the political equation. With polls less than two years away, it is easy to see why political parties dare not risk the anger of farmers
Parliament LIVE Updates: Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan says that under the leadership of the prime minister, citizens, religious organisations, health workers and others have been fighting against the pandemic for the past nine months and lists the measures taken by the Centre.
'Kamal Nath will be dragged out by collar if he addresses rally in Delhi': Manjinder Singh Sirsa slams Congress for naming MP CM star campaigner
Hours after Kamal Nath's name appeared in Congress' star campaigners list for Delhi Assembly polls, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president and Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa on Wednesday said that Nath will be dragged out by his collar if he addresses a public rally
Nankana Sahib gurudwara vandalised in Pakistan; MEA condemns incident, calls on Islamabad to ensure safety of Sikh community
An angry group of local residents pelted stones at the Gurudwara Nankana Sahib in Pakistan on Friday evening. India, "strongly condemned" the vandalism, called on Islamabad to take immediate steps to ensure the safety and security of the Sikh community in the area.
'Arun Jaitley was an invaluable gem': Narendra Modi joins politicians in Delhi to pay tribute ex-FM, mourns loss of 'very close friend'
Narendra Modi on Tuesday joined leaders from several political parties in paying glowing tributes to Arun Jaitley, saying the former Union minister's life 'inspires us to work harder for the nation'.
Narendra Modi oath-taking ceremony: Ahead of event, PM-elect meets Amit Shah to give shape to Council of Ministers
Narendra Modi on Thursday held a final round of consultations with BJP president Amit Shah ahead of the swearing-in ceremony of his new government in the evening and is learnt to have given shape to his Council of Ministers
Lok Sabha election 2019: AAP releases Punjab manifesto; focus on agriculture, simpler GST among poll promises
The Aam Aadmi Party released its manifesto for Punjab, promising to focus on agro-based industry and putting pressure on the Centre for implementation of the Swaminathan Commission report
Behbal Kalan firing case: Amarinder Singh rejects SIT report giving clean chit to Akali Dal leaders, calls it 'partial investigation'
The chief minister also reiterated that once the probe into the case was complete, anyone found guilty of involvement, howsoever high and mighty he might have been, would be punished as per law. He, however, said that he would not indulge in “political vendetta” to nail the Badals or anyone else in this case.