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HindustanTimes Sat,30 Aug 2014

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Lakhs spent on musical fountains project in Faridkot go down the drain in operational

Lakhs of rupees spent about three years ago on installing musical fountains and lights along the bridges of Rajasthan and Sirhind canals, Darbar Ganj and Lieutenant Colonel Abijeet Singh Sekhon chowk (Jubilee Cinema chowk) seem to have gone down the drain.

Uneasy calm in Talwandi Sabo after lash between AAP, SAD supporters

Uneasy calm prevailed in Talwandi Sabo assembly constituency on Wednesday following a clash between supporters of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) at Jaga Ram Tirath village and tension in Shekhpura village.

Man kills brother for alleged affair with his wife

 A man killed his elder brother at Budhlada on Monday suspecting him of having illicit relations with his wife.

Ahead of bypoll, police grapple to control protests

As the administration was gearing up for ensuring smooth polling for Talwandi Sabo assembly bypoll, the police in the town on Tuesday had to grapple with protesters of different organisations.

Violation of election poll code galore in Tawandi Sabo villages

Though the model code of conduct has been in force in Talwandi Sabo, yet the work of installing electric poles has been going on as usual in villages of the constituency, obviously to influence voters in favour of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) candidate Jeet Mohinder Singh Sidhu.

Man kills brother for alleged affair ith his wife

A man killed his elder brother at Budhlada on Monday suspecting him of having illicit relations with his wife.

Congress sees every vote for AAP, Balkar to the benefit of SAD

Congress is a worried lot as Independent candidate Balkar Sidhu got a shot in the arm after Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), on Sunday, decided to extend support to him. The BSP candidate had secured more than 4,000 votes in 2012 assembly elections and 2,100 in the recently-held parliamentary polls.

Over 1 lakh avail services via saanjh kendras: SSP

 

 The saanjh kendras, set up by the Punjab government to improve the coordination by bridging the gap between the police and the people, have so far benefitted more than one lakh people in the district.

Congress worried over division of votes as BSP extends support to Balkar Sidhu

Independent candidate Balkar Sidhu got a shot in the arm as Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), on Sunday, decided to support him in the byelection. The BSP candidate had secured more than 4,000 votes in 2012 assembly elections and 2,100 in the recently-held parliamentary polls.

Take money from others and vote for AAP, Kejriwal tells people

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal stormed into Talwandi Sabo with a long motorcade following him in villages of the constituency where he addressed several small rallies standing on a small truck on Monday.

Kin of man abducted in Iraq have not heard from him since June 15

The family of Dhuri-based Preetpal Sharma, who was among the 40 Indians kidnapped from Mosul in Iraq, has not heard from him since June 15, when he was abducted.

Badal using all oratory skills to neutralise code of conduct

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal has been using all his oratory skills not only to neutralise the effect of the code of conduct on the content of his speeches, but also to make many confessions.

Faridkot grain market needs immediate attention

As paddy will start arriving in September, but the condition of the local grain market remains quite deplorable.

BKU extends support to Congress

The Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU), headed by Bhupinder Singh Maan, on Sunday, extended its support to Congress candidate Harminder Singh Jassi. Maan held a meeting here with state Congress president Partap Singh Bajwa and accused chief minister Parkash Singh Badal of shedding crocodile tears for the welfare of the farming community, saying he lacked vision and commitment to the cause and all his actions were politically motivated with the aim of garnering votes.

Sufi singer Barkat Sidhu passes away; buried in Moga

Legendary Sufi singer Barkat Sidhu, 67, who had been suffering from throat cancer for a long time, passed away at his hometown in Moga district early Sunday morning.
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