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Badal tried to blackmail people emotionally at Sangrur rally: Brahmpura

Hindustan Times, Amritsar | By Surjit Singh, Amritsar
UPDATED ON FEB 04, 2020 10:00 PM IST
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SHIROMANI AKALI DAL 99TH FOUNDATION DAY: Will ‘liberate’ SAD, SGPC from clutches of Badals, says Dhindsa

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Anil Sharma, Amritsar
PUBLISHED ON DEC 14, 2019 11:28 PM IST
Splinter groups to meet likeminded, disgruntled Akali leaders to restore lost glory of party
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Dhindsa Jr gives SAD session, splinter group’s event a miss

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Surjit Singh
PUBLISHED ON DEC 14, 2019 11:21 PM IST
Parminder, who is MLA from Lehragaga, was also absent from the party’s delegate session in which Sukhbir Singh Badal was re-elected as the SAD chief
Three of the ten MLAs are expected to be inducted in the cabinet at the expense of current ministers from the alliance partners of the BJP.(Twitter/ Girish Chodankar)
Three of the ten MLAs are expected to be inducted in the cabinet at the expense of current ministers from the alliance partners of the BJP.(Twitter/ Girish Chodankar)

‘Only God can save this country’, says Goa Congress president says after 10 MLAs jump ship

Hindustan Times, Panaji | By Gerard de Souza
UPDATED ON JUL 11, 2019 08:32 AM IST
A group of ten Congress MLAs, including the leader of opposition Chandrakant Kavlekar, announced a breakaway from the Congress party and formed a separate splinter group which they have merged with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Ten Congress MLAs resigned from the Congress party and formed a separate splinter group on Wednesday.(PTI Photo)
Ten Congress MLAs resigned from the Congress party and formed a separate splinter group on Wednesday.(PTI Photo)

After Karnataka, Congress loses 10 MLAs in Goa. Its leader is one of them

Panaji | By Gerard de Souza
UPDATED ON JUL 10, 2019 08:15 PM IST
The group of MLAs in Goa led by Leader of Opposition Chandrakant Kavlekar has met Speaker Rajesh Patnekar to inform him about their decision to exit the submit their resignation.
Sri Lanka bans local Islamist extremist outfits linked to ISIS(REUTERS)
Sri Lanka bans local Islamist extremist outfits linked to ISIS(REUTERS)

Sri Lanka bans local Islamist extremist outfits linked to ISIS

Colombo | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON APR 27, 2019 09:48 PM IST
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Friday said the country needs new laws to deal with threats posed by local terror outfits linked to ISIS.
Protests outside Panvel Tehsildar office.(HT Photo)
Protests outside Panvel Tehsildar office.(HT Photo)

Maharashtra bandh peaceful as heavy security deployed; buses, trains running on time

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By HT Correspondent, Mumbai
UPDATED ON AUG 09, 2018 02:21 PM IST
One of the groups of the Maratha Kranti Morcha has called for a sit-in protest outside the suburban collector’s office at Bandra and another faction has announced a shutdown demanding 16% reservation for the community.
The mob set vehicles on fire in Navi Mumbai on Wednesday.(Bachchan Kumar)
The mob set vehicles on fire in Navi Mumbai on Wednesday.(Bachchan Kumar)

Silent to violent: Have Maratha leaders lost control of protests?

Hindustan Times | By Surendra P Gangan, Mumbai
UPDATED ON JUL 26, 2018 12:17 PM IST
Splinter groups in Navi Mumbai showed that the community leaders may not have their followers under control; the incidents forced Maratha Kranti Morcha to call off the bandh in Mumbai.
Security personnel show the guns recovered from the Maoists killed in an encounter at Broriya forest area in Bhamragad taluka of Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra on Sunday night.(PTI Photo)
Security personnel show the guns recovered from the Maoists killed in an encounter at Broriya forest area in Bhamragad taluka of Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra on Sunday night.(PTI Photo)

After Gadchiroli success, govt moves to choke Maoist funding, develop rebel-hit areas

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Rajesh Ahuja
UPDATED ON APR 28, 2018 11:38 PM IST
Maoists and its splinter groups run their finances through an extortion network, levying what they call “protection tax” to contractors of government projects, kendu leave traders, timber merchants, miners and stone quarry operators.
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