‘Will get majority in DSGMC polls’
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Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal Monday said Sikh voters of Delhi would give a resounding punishment to Sarna group for openly inviting Congress party to interfere in the internal religious affairs of Sikhs. Speaking to media after installing Deepinder Singh Dhillon as chairman of District Planning Committee, Sukhbir said that Sikh voters had made up their mind to punish the 'gunda gang' of Sarnas to free Sikh Gurudwaras from their clutches. He said that SAD would clinch more than two-third majority in the DSGMC elections.
'Badals busy with DSGMC polls, Punjab abandoned'
Gurdaspur: Leader of Opposition in Punjab Vidhan, Sabha Sunil Jakhar Monday took a potshot at the Badals saying they were "so desperate to capture power in Gurdwara politics that they remained busy in Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee polls leaving Punjab to fend for itself". Jakhar, who was in Gurdaspur, alleged that civic facilities in Punjab were in a pathetic condition and but was still inviting NRIs to invest. "Which NRI would invest in Punjab under the given sorry state of affairs of civic amenities," Jakhar asked.
25 Kashmir students, teachers visit holy city
Amritsar: The 30 and 32 Rashtriya Rifles, part of Kilo Force of the India Army, arranged an educational-cum-motivational tour for a group of 25 students and teachers from different schools of Rafiabad area of north Kashmir's Baramullah district, one of the most volatile and worst hit areas during the turmoil of militancy. The tour was aimed to expose students to new vistas for their destiny, in areas beyond the Valley and visited Amritsar and the Golden Temple on Monday.
Power body marks Institute Day
Chandigarh: Bhakra Beas Management Board chairman A B Agrawal, was the guest of honour on the occasion of the Institute Day 2013 of Central Power Research Institute of India (CPRI), Bengaluru, an Internationally renowned organization in Research and Testing in the area of Extra High Voltage Power, under Ministry of Power.
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