Aam aadmi Party

Do Not Politicise Guru Nanak Dev’s Takkadi, AAP Leader Tells Harsimrat Badal

CHANDIGARH: There seems to be another political row in offing in Punjab — and it’s over election symbol, an old one at that. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab MLA and Kisan Wing State President Kultar Singh Sandhwan strongly condemned Harsimrat Kaur Badal for comparing Shiromani Akali Dal’s (Badal) election symbol ‘takkadi’ with the ‘Takkadi’ of

Women Can Bring Change In Politics: Priyanka During Shakti Samvad In UP’s Firozabad

UTTAR PRADESH: Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who has been assigned the task of reviving the party in Uttar Pradesh where it has been out of power for the last three decades on Wednesday said that the women are being exploited and they are not getting their deserved rights and urged them to come

Congress To Kick Start Its Poll Campaign With Rahul Gandhi From January 3 In Moga

NEW DELHI: The Congress will contest the Punjab Assembly elections next year under the leadership of Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi. Former party chief Rahul Gandhi will kickstart the party’s election campaign formally on January 3 from Moga. In fact, contesting elections in Punjab under the leadership of Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi will not

Is Uttarakhand Cong Headed The Punjab Way? State Leaders Turn To Rahul To Fix Infighting

NEW DELHI: Amid infighting in Uttarakhand Congress, former Chief Minister Harish Rawat and AICC in-charge for the state Devender Yadav on Friday met former party chief Rahul Gandhi at his residence. The two leaders were called for a meeting with the senior leadership after Rawat on Wednesday sent out cryptic tweets over the handling of

8 Yrs On, Punjab Books Badal’s In-Law Majithia In Drug Scam; Uncovers Explosive ED Charges On Him, 2 Canadians

CHANDIGARH/NEW DELHI:  Eight years after the then wrestler-turned-druglord Jagdish Bhola, who was arrested in a Rs 6500-crore synthetic drug scam, had accused Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Badal’s brother-in-law Bikram Majithia of him as a kingpin leading to the summons served by ED on him, Punjab Police has booked the key Akali Dal man on

Rana Lashes Out At ‘Mercenary’ Sidhu For Dividing The Party

CHANDIGARH: In a major development on Monday, a senior Congress leader and minister for Technical Education Rana Gurjeet Singh lashed out at Punjab Congress committee president Navjot Singh Sidhu for trying to create divisions within the party and questioning the loyalty of the true and traditional Congressmen. Rana took a dig at Sidhu’s flip-flops in

In Doaba Leg, Kejriwal Bats For Sport Goods Bizmen, Vows Their Welfare

JALANDHAR: To make its presence felt in the Doaba region of Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday took out a  Tricolor march (Tiranga Yatra) in Jalandhar, a key region where AAP had missed out on getting big leads during its 2017 campaign despite a whirlwind of NRI support. The Tiranga Yatra was led

AAP Workers Stage Protest Outside Legislative Assembly; Injured In Stampede

DHARMSHALA: Several Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) workers were injured in a scuffle with the local police during a protest near the legislative assembly complex on Monday. The AAP workers were protesting the rising prices, unemployment and alleged poor governance of the ruling BJP in this hill state. The scuffle ensued after the police force tried

BJP Trying To Wean Away AAP Leaders, Alleges Raghav Chadha

CHANDIGARH: In what could well prove to be a test of loyalty for its own cadres, the Punjab co-incharge of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Raghav Chadha on Sunday levelled allegations against BJP top leadership of tying to wean away their leaders in Punjab. Chadha alleged that senior BJP leaders including Home Minister Amit Shah and

Delhi Air Pollution: Ban On Construction, Demolition Activities To Continue

NEW DELHI: The Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government on Monday announced that they have banned construction works in the capital until further notice in view of the worsening air pollution situation. Electrical work, interior decoration, plumbing and carpentry have been allowed to continue. Announcing that the third phase of ‘Red Light On, Gaadi Off’ campaign would