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HindustanTimes Fri,18 Apr 2014

Jalandhar

CM made poll fund remark in lighter vein: SAD

The Shiromani Akali Dal in its reply to a notice by the district election officer has said the chief minister’s remarks seeking funds for the election campaign of SAD-BJP candidate from Jalandhar segment Pawan Kumar Tinu during a meeting with industrialists were in a “lighter vein”.

Stage set for Maya's first rally in Nawanshahr tomorrow

With a view to giving a momentum to the hitherto sluggish election campaign of Bahujan Samaj Party candidates in the state, party supremo Mayawati on Wednesday will hold her first and only rally in Nawanshahr, a major district in Doaba belt with a sizeable Dalit population.

High drama at school as parents, management spar

High drama was witnessed at the local Shiv Jyoti Public School on Monday when students' parents, who have been protesting for the last 10 days, held a meeting with the school management on three key issues.

Safety goes for a toss at Jalandhar railway station

As security becomes a prime concern in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, the Government Railway Police and Railway Protection Force (RPF) officials have turned a blind eye towards the safety of passengers at the city railway station.

Punjabi films lack good scripts: Gurdas Maan

Famous singer-actor Gurdas Maan feels that the Punjabi film industry lacks quality scripts and better infrastructure to compete with other regional and Bollywood films.

Delay in wheat harvesting may affect poll turnout in rural belt

With the wheat procurement season having officially started on April 1 along the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, the delay in harvesting of the crop due to frequent spells of rain and cold wave may affect voting turnout in the rural pockets of Jalandhar parliamentary constituency.

Chaudhary family worse than outsiders: Kalia

Taking a dig at Congress candidate Santokh Chaudhary, former minister and BJP MLA from Jalandhar Central Manoranja Kalia on Thursday said the Chaudhary family performed worse than the outsiders even as they lived in the city.

SAD gets notice for CM’S poll fund remark

The district election officer has issued a notice against the Shiromani Akali Dal in connection with the remarks made by chief minister Parkash Singh Badal seeking funds for the poll campaign of SAD-BJP candidate from Jalandhar segment Pawan Kumar Tinu during a meeting with industrialists here.

No role in fielding Manpreet’s namesake: Badal

Chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday defended the candidature of independent candidate Manpreet Singh from the high- stake Bathinda parliamentary segment where Badal’s daughter-in-law Harsimrat Kaur and People’s Party of Punjab chief Manpreet Badal are in the poll fray.

Face-saver: MC starts installing new tubewells in city, finally

The SAD-BJP combine- ruled Municipal Corporation Jalandhar (MCJ) is banking on the installation of new tubewells to play it as development card to garner votes in the upcoming parliamentary elections.

25,924 cases settled in mega lok adalat in a day

As many as 25,924 cases were settled at a mega lok adalat organised by the district legal services authority in Jalandhar, Nakodar and Phillaur on Saturday.

In Hoshiarpur, Badal exhorts voters to decimate Cong

Chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday addressed three rallies in favour of BJP candidate from the Hoshiarpur parliamentary constituency Vijay Sampla in Hoshiarpur, Dasuya and Mukerian assembly segments.

9 of 24 candidates in Jalandhar segment from Balmiki community

After two candidates withdrew their names on the last day of taking nominations back from the Jalandhar parliamentary segment (reserve), now 24 candidates are in the fray of which nine belong to the Balmiki community which has a sizeable presence in the constituency.

Won't cast vote if demands not met: Unaided Staff Union

About 7,000 members of the Unaided Staff (Aided-School) Union, Punjab, warned the state government that they will not cast their vote if their demands were not fulfilled.

'Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar' is a family entertainer: Gurdas Maan

Renowned singer-actor Gurdas Maan said his upcoming Punjabi film 'Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar' is a family entertainer.
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