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.
As AAP Punjab MLA Nazar Singh Manshahia joins Congress, Amarinder Singh takes a dig at party saying it has completely lost narrative
The Punjab chief minister said, "Like-minded people from other parties were joining the Congress in Punjab in large numbers. It was a clear sign of complete disillusionment within AAP, which had lost its 'locus standi' amid a party-wide rebellion."
SAD-BJP delegation meets Punjab governor to lodge protest against ‘false implication’ in 2015 Faridkot police firing
A joint SAD-BJP delegation on Sunday met Punjab governor VP Singh Badnore, accusing the SIT of implicating SAD leaders in false cases linked to the 2015 police firing incidents in Faridkot
Rajiv Gandhi Bharat Ratna row: Attempts to create communal rift in Punjab will be handled with iron hand, says Amarinder Singh
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday stressed that his government will not tolerate any attempt to create a rift between communities and will deal with an iron hand if anyone tries to disturb the state's secular fabric
Rajnath Singh says Pakistan trying to revive Punjab militancy; India must revisit history to prevent second wave of terror
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh flayed Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa for terror activities in Punjab and killings of Indian soldiers at the border
Navjot Singh Sidhu's Pakistan outreach causes Congress rift, seen as attempt to outshine Amarinder Singh
Several of his Congress colleagues now say Navjot Singh Sidhu is not a team player and that the Punjab minister is trying to out-captain the Captain.
Kartarpur corridor: Beyond Navjot Singh Sidhu's antics is plan to be the Yogi Adityanath of Sikh politics
Those under the illusion that Sidhu is letting his heart race ahead of political pragmatism must realise there is a method to his madness
Loved in Pakistan, hated in India? Navjot Sidhu's latest Kartarpur moment aimed at attracting Punjab's electorate
Sidhu not only heaped praise on his 'jigri yaar dildaar," Imran but he also credited the Pakistan prime minister for single-handedly for opening the Sikh pilgrimage route. "He has done what we could not achieve in 73 years," Sidhu said.
Amarinder Singh flays Pakistan over terror attacks in Punjab at Kartarpur Corridor foundation stone-laying ceremony
Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday hit out at Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, blaming him for terror activities in the state and killings of Indian soldiers at the border.
Punjab farmers continue to burn stubble, say they have no option as govt has not provided any solution
As autumn sets in, bringing along with it the harvesting period for Kharif crops, stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana is causing deterioration of air quality in New Delhi.
AAP leader HS Phoolka to quit Punjab Assembly over govt's failure act against those behind 2015 Behbal Kalan firing
Senior AAP leader HS Phoolka to resign over the Congress government's failure to take action against those behind incidents of sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib and police firing in October 2015 on those protesting such incidents
Stubble burning: Delhi at risk of another smog attack as Punjab farmers have little alternative but burn straw
The idea to generate electricity by stubble-burning also never took off, as it was currently impossible to set up powerhouses that could consume 15 million tonne of paddy straw.
Centre hike in wheat MSP a joke on farmers, says Amarinder Singh; Punjab CM accuses govt of not being serious about farmer welfare
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Wednesday termed the Centre's decision to hike the MSP of wheat by Rs 105 per quintal a joke on the farmers of the country
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra's purported crime is describing the iconic Konark temple as a "humple", based on the explicit representations of sex on its façade.
Indian Army low on ammunition and supplies, but Nirmala Sitharaman insists vice chiefs given enough power to solve problem
Hyper-nationalistic sentiments extolling the Indian Army’s glory and supreme valour cannot place an iron shield on the truth that the defence forces are low on ammunition.
Justin Trudeau to meet Narendra Modi in Delhi: It will take combined charm of PMs to mitigate bad vibes
By the time Trudeau returned to Delhi, the Khalistan issue was already at a crescendo, with no modifier. And the bad vibes became amplified
Justin Trudeau in India: Canadian PM may fail to improve ties, but will bag minority votes back home
This confusion, however, reflects the state of India-Canada bilateral relationship, which is fallen into a state of disrepair and mistrust since Trudeau's Liberal Party came into power in 2015.
Punjab will provide power at Rs5 per unit to industry, notwithstanding a two-part power tariff announced Monday.
Congress clinches win in Gurdaspur bypolls: Strong anti-SAD sentiments helped party; premature to write off BJP though
Congress won the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat on Sunday, but only after the demise of Vinod Khanna who had defeated the then sitting MP and Punjab state Congress president Pratap Singh Bajwa in 2014
Gurdaspur Loksabha bypoll: AAP fields Major General Suresh Khajuria for seat vacated after Vinod Khanna's death
AAP announced retired Major General Suresh Khajuria as its candidate from the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat where a bypoll is scheduled next month