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Congress ahead in 50 seats in Punjab as per early trends
Money Control

Parkash Singh Badal leading in Lambi seat

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal is leading in Lambi assembly constituency, as per early trends. The 89-year-old is locked in a triangular contest with Punjab Congress chief Capt Amarinder Singh and journalist-turned-politician Jarnail Singh of the ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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Captain Amarinder Singh wins Patiala seat

Besides from Patiala, Amarinder also contested from Lambi seat from where he was defeated by SAD candidate and Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal.
 Money Control2 weeks ago Assembly elections 2017: Parkash Singh Badal defeats Amarinder by 22,770 votes in Lambi  Business Standard2 weeks ago Punjab polls: Amarinder wins Patiala seat by a margin of 52,407 votes  Business Standard2 weeks ago Amarinder wins Patiala seat  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Lambi Assembly Elections 2017: CM Parkash Singh Badal wins

Punjab Congress Chief Amarinder Singh is battling the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on his home turf as counting for selecting MLA of Lambi in the Punjab Assembly Polls 2017 began on Saturday. Here are the live updates:- - CM Parkash Singh Badal ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago Amarinder confident of Congress's clean sweep across Punjab  Business Standard1 month ago (REOPENS DES39)  DNA1 month ago Jarnail hits out at Sukhbir on 'allegation of ultra links'  DNA1 month ago
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Parkash Singh Badal stands victorious from Lambi

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday stood victorious from his pocket borough Lambi Assembly constituency.The 89-year-old was locked in a triangular contest with Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh and journalist-turned-politician ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Protesters gain forte right outside Badal's pocket borough  Business Standard1 month ago
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Punjab Assembly Election 2017 Results: Captain Amarinder Singh set to be chief minister as Congress roasts BJP-SAD, AAP

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, 89, led in his Lambi seat over his rivals Amarinder Singh (Congress) and Jarnail Singh (AAP). The post Punjab Assembly Election 2017 Results: Captain Amarinder Singh set to be chief minister as Congress roasts BJP-SAD, AAP ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Chief Minister Parkash Singh  Business Standard2 weeks ago And in Punjab CM Badal still in the lead, son trails  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Will throw Badals, their ministers, OSDs into jail: Amarinder  Rediff.com1 month ago
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With over 30 per cent of the Dalit population, Punjab also

Key constituencies whose results would be keenly watched include the Lambi seat, where the CM is locked in a triangular contest with Amarinder Singh and journalist-turned-politician Jarnail Singh (AAP).
 DNA2 weeks ago Shoe hurled at Badal in Lambi  Business Standard2 months ago Shoe hurled at Punjab CM  Prokerala2 months ago Shoe hurled at Punjab CM Badal in Lambi  Business Standard2 months ago
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(Reopens DES29)

Making a whirlwind tour on the last day of campaigning, Rahul also addressed a poll rally in Lambi, home constituency and pocketborough of Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, where he launched an attack on the Akalis as well as the AAP.
 DNA1 month ago Punjab Elections 2017: PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi to address rallies  DNA1 month ago Punjab Assembly election: Rahul Gandhi will hold rallies in Badal-Majithia bastions  India Today1 month ago Capt Amarinder is Cong Punjab CM face again  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Seher is the daughter of Amarinder's son Raninder Singh

Amarinder is also contesting from Lambi against Chief Minister and Akali Dal stalwart Parkash Singh Badal.
 DNA1 month ago Amarinder pads up against Badal  The Hindu2 months ago Lambi will be Amarinder’s Waterloo: Badal  The Hindu2 months ago Capt. Amarinder willing to contest against CM Parkash Singh Badal  The Hindu2 months ago
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8% polling in Punjab till 9 :30 am

Voting Update: AAP's Bhagwant Mann cast his vote at booth no 126 in Mohali. Meanwhile, voting began in Lambi after security check. "No matter whose govt comes in power, youth wants employment,' said a first time voter to news agency ANI.Punjab has recorded overall polling percentage of 8% till 9 :30 amPeople wait in queues as voting is yet to begin at booth no 35 in Majitha, due to error in EVM ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Business Standard

It's official: Capt. Amarinder set to take on Punjab CM on his own turf Lambi

[India], Jan. 16 (ANI): Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to fight the assembly elections against the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) head and Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal from Lambi. The Congress Party on Monday in a press ...
 Sify2 months ago Assembly Elections: Amarinder Singh to fight against Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal from Lambi  Zee News2 months ago Amarinder to fight from Lambi, Sidhu from Amritsar East  Prokerala2 months ago Captain Amarinder seeks Congress high command's permission to fight Badal from Lambi  Business Standard2 months ago
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